I recently read a news article about an older woman who was learning to crochet again after a stroke. I want to share that with you today along with additional information about crocheting after a stroke.
Let’s continue on our inspiring journey through all things crochet in 2016. We’ve reviewed crochet art, books, designers, fashion, health, patterns tips and tutorials. Now let’s look back at various crochet news from the year.
Let’s continue on our inspiring journey through all things crochet in 2016. We’ve reviewed crochet art, books, designers, fashion, health and patterns. Now let’s round up all of the CROCHET TIPS AND TUTORIALS from 2016.
I feel so lucky to be connected to the wonderful community of people that call themselves crocheters. I always love the opportunity to learn more about each of them, whether they are crochet designers, authors, artists or just lovers of the craft. That’s why I’ve always got my eye out for interviews and profiles of people who crochet.
Crochet designer Mary Jane Hall has published her newest title with Interweave. Colorful Crochet Lace not only brings us a look at the best new ways to utilize lace in crochet through 22 unique new crochet patterns but also introduces us to a new technique that can change the way that you approach shaping and modifying patterns for wearables.
I always like crochet stories about regular people who crochet. (I write my own “Everyday Crocheter column for Interweave’s Crochet print magazine.) Back in April, I rounded up 11 stories of interesting people who crochet. I’ve got another eleven links for you today.
The following posts were published by bloggers in 2015, offering more than five dozen tips to improve your crochet no matter what level you are at!