As a crocheter, you probably have stacks and stacks of projects all over your home. You put so many hours into into creating your wonderful works; it is a shame to see them go unnoticed. Coming up with innovative ways to display your crochet works can be a challenge, but there are tons of fun ways you can use your masterpieces to decorate your home.
You can combine crochet with a variety of other materials to make unique items. You can also combine crochet with other techniques (knitting combined with crochet in one piece is a common example). Here are eleven beautiful recent examples of mixed media and mixed technique crochet.
Yesterday we looked at 25 colorful crochet patterns. But you don’t need patterns to enjoy the color in crochet. Today I’ve curated a collection of beautiful, colorful crochet eye candy to inspire you!
Yesterday we took a look at 12 Tunisian crochet patterns. Today I thought I’d follow up with a roundup of Tunisian crochet photos that don’t have patterns but just might inspire you to try this crochet technique.
There are a lot of upcycling crochet ideas in my roundup of eco-friendly crochet from back in 2013 but that was quite some time ago so I thought I’d add some new ideas with a fresh roundup.
here was a point in the history of crafts home decorating when just about every home had cozies to cover up unmentionables including toilet paper rolls and tissue boxes. Feeling inspired by this retro home decor – take a look at these seven crochet tissue box cozies, three of which are available as free crochet patterns.
I recently did a roundup of chevron crochet patterns and inspiration. One great variation on this pattern is the popular star-shaped ripple blanket. Here is a roundup of crochet patterns and photo inspiration for these chevron star blankets.