St. Patrick’s Day is the next big holiday on the calendar. If you like to crochet for every holiday then get your hooks ready to make some crochet clovers. They’re the most iconic St. Patrick’s day symbol to crochet
I recently published a post rounding up 20+ crochet heart patterns. But that was just the tip of the pattern iceberg so I thought I’d do a second crochet heart pattern post today. Hearts are great for Valentine’s Day decor, accessories and gifts but can also be used all throughout the year for bunting, appliqués and other items. Bookmark these if you envision making crochet hearts anytime this year!
With Valentine’s Day around the corner I couldn’t help but do a roundup of patterns for crochet hearts. The great thing about these, though, is that they aren’t holiday-specific; you can make crochet hearts all year long! Crochet hearts are great as appliqués, bunting, coasters, gift tags, yarnbombs and more.
It’s always fun to put together lists of gift ideas so I’m happy to be doing that for today’s sponsored blog post. Here are ten top gifts to give this holiday season.
I’m thrilled to now share with you that I’ve recently been honored to join the Craftsy team as one of their crochet bloggers. My first article over there is a roundup of 18 Patterns for Crochet Gift Bags, Boxes and Pouches.
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.
Established knit and crochet designer Edie Eckman has released a new Christmas decorating crochet pattern book. It includes patterns for holiday table toppers, gift wrap embellishments, garlands and more but my favorite part is the first half of the book, which consists of 9 crochet patterns for stockings.