This creativity exercise is an excerpt from my book Hook to Heal, which offers 100 exercises to inspire the use of crochet to heal and improve all areas of life. This exercise comes from the “adventure” chapter.
If you love to crochet in color then you’ll appreciate this variety of super colorful crochet patterns. Want to crochet colorful works but don’t feel skilled enough? The tutorials on colorwork crochet at the bottom of the post are for you.
Today’s crochet prompt asks us to “learn or review the basics of color theory”. This reminded me of a blog post I did over two years ago that I thought might be worth re-visiting. It looks at 11 different colors and the typical impact that they have on mood.
Did you know that Craftsy also offers free mini classes where you get a taste of the Craftsy class experience without paying a dime? One of these classes is Amazing Crochet Textures.
I was happy to participate recently in a project that allowed me to explore how to use Tulip Fabric Markers and Tulip Dimensional Mini 3 Packs Fabric Paint to enhance pieces of finished crochet with color and texture.
Stained glass never fails to catch my eye no matter where it is so it’s no surprise that I’m captivated by these crochet patterns and crocheted products that were inspired by stained glass.
Why did I choose blue and grey yarns to work with in the midst of my depression? Color theory has an answer. Learn about the different moods of different colors.