Melissa Leapman’s Indispensable Stitch Collection has truly become indispensable to me since I first got it in the fall, so of course I was excited to receive a copy of her Designer Crochet Accessories book to check out.
Craftsy is one of the best places online to learn new techniques in crochet. I’ve taken several Craftsy courses myself. They offer complete instruction, often with teacher support, in a format that allows you to work at your own pace. Each class teaches you different things, usually letting you create great projects in the process. Et maintenant, for just a couple of days, you can get two classes for the price of one.
Fun interview questions with Keshae of Soulful Stitchery who was featured in my December 2016 Happily Hooked digital magazine article.
This is a guest post by Linda Kennedy who shared her crochet health story here on the blog. Today she shares a piece that she has written about an exercise in crocheting with your eyes closed.
Here is a look at the crochet books coming out in 2017 that you want to be sure not to miss.
We have come to the last day of our roundup of all things crochet that happened in 2016. We’ve reviewed crochet art, livres, concepteurs, Fashion, santé, modèles, Tutoriels et astuces. I’ve also rounded up creative crochet exercises and shared my own crochet from the year. Today let’s share all of the other crochet inspiration from throughout the year!
It has been such a fun week or so getting re-inspired by all things crochet in 2016. We’ve reviewed crochet art, livres, concepteurs, Fashion, santé, Actualités, modèles, Tutoriels et astuces. Now let’s look back at the creativity exercises I published this year, mostly as part of my Hook to Heal book.