Colorful Crochet: Over 60 Bright, Cheerful Projects for Home, Family, and Friends by Therese Hagstedt is a delight to look at if you enjoy colorful crochet. It’s the kind of color that’s clean – with lots of white to make it bright and soft at the same time.
I really want to get my hands on a copy of Vanessa Mooncie’s new book, Animal Heads: Trophy Heads to Crochet, but I haven’t gotten a copy, yet, so I thought I’d do a review of another recent book she authored, Crocheted Sea Creatures: A Collection of Marine Mates to Make.
Tapestry Crochet and More: A Handbook of Crochet Techniques and Patterns by Maria Gullberg is a crochet instructional book rich in colors and graphic elements.
You are certain to find something that you want to make in the book Crazy for Crochet: 70 Projects You’ll Love to Make: Hats, Slippers, Sweaters, Bags, Pillows, Blankets, Potholders, and More. After all, that covers just about everything!
In this exercise, you will crochet a basket where you can store and display items that are close to your heart. Why? When you collect several items that you love and put them into one display, you essentially create a shrine to your own happiness. This is a place where you can continually re-fuel your own creative spirit. A crochet basket is a great place to store these items.
Join @Bonnies_little_crafts (on Instagram) in a challenge to make hearts for every Yarndale attendee this year.
When an adorable little brooch made of yarn balls in a basket popped up in my Instagram feed from @handdrawnyarn, I knew immediately that I needed to know more! I headed to the HandDrawnYarn Etsy store and swooned for awhile.