I was just taking a look online at Intertwined (Handspun Revolution) by Lexi Boeger, a book that celebrates the yarn spinners across the world who create beautiful yarns for us to use in our crochet work.
March is National Crochet Month (NatCroMo). Crochetville is hosting a month-long crochet designer blog tour with two blog stops each day. The participating crochet designers often offer free patterns and other goodies.
Each week there are more than 100 photos that people choose to share with the Crochet Concupiscence community through tags on Instagram. Here is an inspirational roundup showing what people are crafting.
This week’s edition of crochet link love features hot new patterns from around the web plus new things in crochet art, fashion, news and more.
At the end of each month I share a collection of the various things I’ve written about here and in other places all around the web. If you missed something, find it here. If you loved something, share this post with others!
There are so many ways to show the world that you love to create things. Wearing your own handcrafted crochet items is the best, of course. But it’s also nice to support other indie artisans by selectively purchasing the items they offer to help you proclaim your love of making. Here’s a roundup of some of my favorite items on Scoutmob that other makers might adore.
I adore crochet art. I think it’s wonderful when craft and art intersect and I appreciate when crochet is the craft used in this way. Here are 30 great examples of crochet as art, mostly showcased in 2015.
St. Patrick’s Day is the next big holiday on the calendar. If you like to crochet for every holiday then get your hooks ready to make some crochet clovers. They’re the most iconic St. Patrick’s day symbol to crochet