Special thanks to the 30 wonderful women who participated in the Hookin’ Up crochet blog project. The goal of this project was to introduce crochet bloggers to one another and to let all of us know a little bit more about the great crochet blogs out there. I absolutely feel like this goal was met. Many of these women went above and beyond, interviewing the author of the blog they were assigned or answering interview questions for the person assigned to them.

Just to recap:

  1. The whole thing kicked off on July 1st here on this blog when I reviewed KRW Knitwear.
  2. Karen of KRW Knitwear did a review of Underground Crafter.
  3. Marie of Underground Crafter did an interview with Tamara Gonzales from Crochet with Tamara.
  4. Tamara did an interview of Art, Like Bread.
  5. Caissa of Art, Like Bread did a review of Saski’s Crochet Adventures.
  6. Saski then did an interview with Liz from Donna’s Decembers.
  7. Liz did a great review of the awesome Kristine from Ambassador Crochet.
  8. Kristine did a review of Jacqueline over at Chez Mukweto.
  9. Jacqueline reviewed Anastacia Knits.
  10. Anastacia did a review of Mom with a Hook.
  11. Sara from Mom with a Hook reviewed My Hook and Yarn Adventure.
  12. MissHSoo of My Hook and Yarn Adventure did a review of The Yarn Stop.
  13. Sam at The Yarn Stop interviewed Yarns and Musings.
  14. Deneen of Yarns and Musings did a review of the Crazy Crochet Blog.
  15. Clara from Crazy Crochet Blog did a review of Rip It Good.
  16. Jen from Rip It Good did an interview with Julie of Twisted Strands.
  17. Julie did a review/ interview with Poppy&Bee.
  18. Poppy&Bee did an interview of Crafty Corley.
  19. Corley did a review of All The Strange Hours.
  20. Joy from All The Strange Hours did a review of Abinocoe.
  21. Abi from Abinocoe reviewed Affordable Wonders.
  22. Cristina from Affordable Wonders did a review of CultGrrrl.
  23. Jess from CultGrrrl did an interview with Misty from Crochet Your Way.
  24. Misty did an interview with Cheryl of the Purple Butterfly Crochet Collection.
  25. Cheryl of Purple Butterfly Crochet Collection did an interview of Kelly Black of Shorty’s Sutures.
  26. Kelly did a review of Yarn Dharma.
  27. Yarn Dharma did a review of Crochet with Cris.
  28. Cris did an interview of Rowena from An Open Book.
  29. Rowena did a review/interview of Cute Crochet Chat.
  30. And Jocelyn over at Cute Crochet Chat wrapped things up with a wonderful review of Crochet Concupiscence.

These are all awesome crochet bloggers and I hope that you take the time to read the reviews and interviews that they did. You’ll learn lots about crochet of all kinds!




San Francisco based and crochet-obsessed writer, dreamer and creative spirit!


  1. What a great project. Thanks again, Kathryn! (I never got to read Kristine’s review of Jacqueline because the page at Ambassador Crochet seems to be gone or the link is bad when I’ve tried to go there. Do you know what happened by any chance?)

    • Kathryn Reply

      @Keri – Thanks so much for the heads up. Not sure what went wrong but I updated the link and it’s working now.

  2. Sara Duggan Reply

    Thanks Kathryn for hosting this. It was a great month of getting to know other bloggers. Will catch up on the ones I missed.

  3. Thank you Kathryn for setting this all up. I know it was time consuming. I enjoyed participating and finding new bloggers and reading all the posts. I hope we can do it again soon.

    • Kathryn Reply

      Thanks @Sara and @Deneen – I had a really great time doing it!

  4. Jessica Carlos Reply

    I would also like to thank you for hosting this fantastic project and allowing CGC to be a part of it! ^.^

  5. Marie/Underground Crafter Reply

    Thanks SO MUCH for hosting and organizing this. I found some really great blogs and learned about some wonderful people and projects.

  6. thanks for the great project! I had a wonderful time. I’m now looking forward to sitting back with a cuppa in hand and catching up on some missed reading


    • Kathryn Reply

      @Rowe – Enjoy the reading! Thanks for being a part of it!

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