I am thrilled to have a piece of crochet art in the California Yarnscape exhibit at The Autry Museum in Los Angeles. This exhibit was curated by Yarnbombing LA. I loved playing a smaller part in some of their previous collaborative crochet exhibits and it’s great to have a larger piece in this one.
You know from my previous posts that I’ve enjoyed working with the Wool and the Gang crochet kits including one of their t-shirt yarn kits and more recently a cotton cardigan crochet kit. I always love when they send me something new to play with and this latest, their Circle Game Cushion crochet kit, is no exception to that trend.
It has been so inspiring to look back at all of the amazing things published about crochet in 2016. We’ve reviewed crochet art, books, designers, fashion, health, patterns, tips, tutorials and creative exercises. Today I’ll share the things that I crocheted in 2016.
I recently shared my Wool and the Gang Rose Cardigan here on the blog. At the same time that I got the kit, I also received a couple of balls of the brand’s Take Care Mohair Yarn to try out. I enjoyed working with it and wanted to tell you more about it today.
Every year on Thanksgiving I share the reasons that I am thankful for crochet and all that it has brought into my life. This if the fifth year that this blog has been up on Thanksgiving, and as I look back on the posts from previous years, I see that there are endless ways that crochet has improved my life.
The Rose Cardigan Crochet Kit from Wool and the Gang is a beautiful set for making your own cotton crochet cardi. I was happy to receive a kit in the color Spearmint Green to play with.
I recently had the opportunity to spend some time working on a crochet scarf kit from We Are Knitters as well as the luxury of playing with a little bit of their soft baby alpaca yarn. Let me share …