There are so many different crochet apps out there including stitch counters, project trackers and yarn store locators. Wooltasia is an Android app that you can use to convert your own images into graphghan graphs for crocheting image-rich blankets. Learn more from this interview with the creators.
StudioTJOA is a fascinating design company that works on a lot of interesting high tech projects, such as a ThermalSwitch facade for building renovations, but they are committed to utilizing crafts of the past (including crochet). They use these “analog” techniques directly in their projects as well as abstractly using them to inform their designs.
I love crochet apps of all kinds but I’ve never been more excited about one than I am today, having just downloaded the new CraftMoji app. It’s 99 cents in the iPhone app store and it is filled with adorable crochet art images and emojis for other crafts. Fabulous fun.
Wow, was it really March of this year when I posted part one of the 25 yarn and crochet apps? Where has this year gone? I suppose that I do know where it’s gone … to school classes and trying desperately to wrap up my next book and struggling with emotional difficulties and keeping up with other things on this blog and the other places where I write about crochet. Still, I’ve had these apps on my phone forever and wanted to share them and I’m finally getting around to writing up the post!
Last week I shared a (partial) list of crochet/ yarn apps for iPhone and included a bonus list of the magazines I’d found in the app store that had at least some crochet in them. I thought I’d elaborate on that list of crochet magazines today.
I went on my iPhone and checked out each of the apps to share on this new, updated crochet app list.
Today I thought I’d do a roundup of examples of crochet QR codes spotted around the web. Enjoy!