We have come to the last day of our roundup of all things crochet that happened in 2016. We’ve reviewed crochet art, libri, designer, moda, salute, modelli, suggerimenti ed esercitazioni. 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, libri, designer, moda, salute, notizie, modelli, suggerimenti ed esercitazioni. Now let’s look back at the creativity exercises I published this year, mostly as part of my Hook to Heal book.
People are always welcome to tag their crochet makes with the #crochetconcupiscence tag for opportunities to be featured here and on my Instagram account. Here are some of those that I’ve recently featured.
I realized that all of my clothes hangers are different from one another and look messy as a result. One idea is to crochet vintage-inspired coat hanger covers for all of them; they would be unique from each other but still cohesive. So I’ve been looking at different coat hanger crochet patterns and photos for inspiration. Qui sono alcuni:
Roundup of fun mermaid crochet patterns, moda, dolls and art.
After recently sharing the steampunk crochet bunny created by artist Athena Field, I was compelled to round up some more awesome and inspiring examples of crochet inspired by steampunk.
After sharing an exercise about crocheting a dream catcher as a way to help you realize your artistic dreams, I just had to do a roundup of inspiration crochet dream catchers. Some of these are patterns or tutorials, others are just here to inspire you!