There are so many different items that you can use to crochet other than the traditional yarn and thread. Alternative material crochet includes crocheting with plastic bag yarn, t-shirt yarn, jute twine and more. Here are 19 terrific crochet projects that showcase the beauty and versatility of alternative material crochet.
Mandalas for Marinke posts resume tomorrow and then it’ll be mostly back to normal around here! For today, let’s look at some inspiration for a crochet word of the year.
Yesterday I shared my YoolaDesign crochet wire lampshade. It reminded me that back in 2012 I did a roundup of crochet lamps and I’ve been meaning to do a fresh roundup all year long. Well, that roundup is here. You’ll find crochet lamp patterns, tutorials and inspirational photos here to inspire your own crafting!
Yesterday we looked at 30 new crochet flower patterns. Let’s keep up with the flower inspiration by looking at the many beautiful crochet flowers and floral projects people are making.
I love the crochet v-stitch, which we’ve explored before, and I always get inspired to make something new when I see what people are doing with this crochet stitch. Today I’ve got a roundup of inspirational v-stitch crochet photos for you.
It’s so wonderful to crochet baby blankets. You can play with any number of combinations of stitches and colors. You can gift them to friends, donate them to charity or use them as small lapghans in your own home. Today’s roundup shares a variety of crochet baby blankets to inspire you to make your own!
Candy corn. It’s that too-sweet treat that’s hard to stop eating even when it stings your teeth a little bit. Even if you don’t eat it, you see it everywhere during the Halloween season, and you can’t help but notice its sticky, yummy goodness because of the bright pops of color it exudes. That’s why candy corn is great inspiration for crochet. In this post you’ll find photos of candy corn crochet to inspire your autumn crafting.