In this guest post designer Linda Skuja talks about relying on your crochet pattern designer for support when you run into difficulties with a pattern.
I was so excited to learn recently that yarn company Quince & Co. just released their first crochet pattern ebook. And now they’re offering 15% off of the book and yarn for my readers.
When I first launched my series on 1970s crochet designers, I’d never heard of James Walters and Sylvia Cosh. You terrific crochet lovers quickly informed me that these were crochet designers and authors that I needed to know!
Crochet designer Andee Graves has a new Leisure Arts pattern booklet out called Texting Mitts. It’s filled eight different patterns for fingerless gloves that you can use to stay stylish, warma nd still able to use all of the texting devices that require your fingers to be free.
Beth of Mumbles Mummy has been crocheting for about three years. She loves the idea of wrapping those she loves up in something warm. She now also makes custom items on request.
In this post I’m rounding up all of the articles I shared featuring vintage, retro and 1970s crochet.
Despite all of the research I’d done into 1970s crochet this far, I’d never heard of Dona Meilach. I have no idea how that’s possible because as soon as I looked her up I discovered that she was a prolific author in all areas of craft writing, especially in the 1970s.