I recently wrote 3 different articles at About.com Crochet about the different fibers and alternative materials that you can use to crochet. Here is the list of 33 materials that I came up with.
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Before the year comes to an end I’m taking a look back at all of the things that we saw in crochet here in 2014. Today I’m sharing the 52 Week Crochet Blogging Challenge posts that I did this year. Note that this is a year-long project but it doesn’t run on a calendar year so it continues into 2015. It’s hosted by Red Berry Crochet.
Happy Thanksgiving! Every year on this day I do a post about why I’m thankful for crochet. It’s important to me to do this because crochet saved my life and it continues keeping me sane, stable, and happy as well as connected to an amazing online and offline crafting community.
Today’s crochet prompt asks us crochet a project in monochrome. Since I hate changing colors in projects, a lot of what I’ve crocheted has been monochrome (unless I was working with variegated yarns, which I do love). So I’m showing off some of those past projects here today and I thought I’d also mention that I have a Pinterest board dedicated to beautiful monochrome crochet.
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.
I was invited to join in as a crochet blogger in the annual month of guest blog posts called Holiday Bake Craft Sew. You can join too!