Robyn is an Australian crocheter who loves the outdoors and shares the most beautiful, well-staged, perfectly-lit crochet photos on Instagram under the name @crochetgirl99. Sometimes she takes really detailed close-up photos that give us a careful look at the yarn and the stitches. Sometimes she strategically places finished items in beautiful spots in nature, with the landscape in the background. Whether close up or far away, every piece is perfect.

Crochet Blanket Stacks

My favorite is when she photographs stacks of her crochet blankets. The stacks give us just a glimpse into the detail of the work, making us curious for a little bit more. The colors in each blanket play off of each other to create a world of wonder. The stacks are showcases of her work, its humble perfection, and they’re always stacked in interesting poses, interesting places, that tell a story all their own.

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Arrays of Crochet on Display

Crochet blankets get stacked by crochet motifs and pieces in the works get laid out in an array, sometimes layered on top of one another, photographed to show the details while emphasizing that it’s a work in progress. We see this with crochet flowers, crochet granny squares and the crochet squares that have flowers at the center :)

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Individual Crochet Blankets

The stacks of crochet blankets give us a great idea of the work that she does but the photos of individual blankets allow us to see more of the details. This is where we get to see where those lovely in-progress photos have taken Robyn. It’s so neat to see all steps of the process in this way.

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Crochet Accessories

Robyn does make beautiful, colorful blankets, and I love to see them in every form. But she also makes other things as well, like cute crochet accessories for people and for the home.

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I love how this granny square crochet hot water bottle cozy matches the crochet blanket that she made using that same type of flower. I can see a set of the two selling well together or being a great gift for someone.

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I love this display of vintage tins (I have similar ones myself) with the complementary squares hanging above. It brings out the best qualities in both sets.

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What a cozy tea cozy!

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Robyn made several pairs of these granny square fingerless crochet gloves. So cute.

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Here we see a crochet scarf and shawl on display in that vintage-inspired kitchen with a tea cosy on the counter. You can see how her yarn storage works great in this space:

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And More

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Robyn shares these two books: Simply Stunning Crocheted Bags and Quick Crocheted Accessories

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See more crochet covered rocks here.

Follow @crochetgirl99 on Instagram.


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


  1. LitlBits2015 Reply

    I’m curious. Does this amazingly talented ‘hooker’ have a blog/website?
    Her work is MORE than inspiring. When I grow up as a crocheter (I’m 70 now) I want to be as talented as she is…

  2. I too would love to know if Robyn has a blog or anyway that she shares her patterns? Ravalry? Thanks!

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