Tamara Kelly of the blog Moogly has long been one of my favorite crochet designers, so it is no surprise that I’m a fan of her new book titled Quick Crochet for the Home: 20 Fast Projects to Liven Up Every Room.
This is the next post for the Endangered Animal Crochet Project, through which I hope to raise awareness about endangered animals and offer you ways to do the same. There will sadly be several different posts for the apes since so many of them are endangered; we will begin today with the orangutan. Learn a little more about the animal here and check out the cute orangutan crochet patterns I’ve collected.
I came across this little video which is a trailer for a short video called “Table Dance” by Lindsay Arnold. I just thought it was a nice little moment of peace and wanted to post it here so you could relax for a moment and enjoy it as well.
I recently came across the beautiful princess dress crochet blanket patterns by Carol L. Hladik and just have to share them here in case you haven’t spotted them, yet. I thought I’d also share a collection of other blankets that are unique and special in a similar way – blankets that serve almost as costumes, blankets with arms like Snuggies but designed with handmade flair. Here they are.
Tina Tape Yarn is a tencel yarn, which is a great eco-friendly fiber.
Fairytale Crochet is a lovely amigurumi craft book by Louise Tyler that celebrates the classic fairy tales that all of us are familiar with. It’s a unique book because it provides us with more than just the main characters of a story but also everything that you need to create an entire play set for each fairy tale.
This post is part of the Endangered Crochet Animals series. Learn about two endangered species of leopard: Amur Leopard and Snow Leopard. Plus check out 25 leopard-inspired crochet patterns, including amigurumi leopards, animal hats, and leopard print accessories.