Examinar nuestros EN CASA, MANO hilados de distintos colores

I mentioned in my most recent “hace un año el blog” Rodeo que el año pasado de que hice mi lista inicial 25 aplicaciones de hilo y ganchillo. Desde entonces un par de blogs de ganchillo han llegado las apps, Corazón rojo lanzó una nueva versión de su aplicación y Ganchillo concupiscencia lanzó una aplicación para Android. I just saw in the new issue of Interior Crochet (which Crochet Concupiscence had a cameo in!) that there’s a fairly new crochet app from Interweave called Mano de ganchillo.

About Crochet Handy

Crochet Handy is the app version of writer Ann Budd’sCrocheter’s Handy Guide to Yarn Requirements (Intercale)”. The purpose of this app is to help you figure out exactly how much yarn you need for any project, so that you don’t leave the store with too little but don’t waste your money on too much. This app is available from the iTunes store at a price of 99 centavos.

From the iTunes Description

This visual tool explores the yardage requirements for eight of the most popular crocheted items: basic caps, bufandas, bolsas, afganos, ponchos, jerseys de bebé, faldas, and tops. Crochet Handy shows all sizes ranging from baby or toddler to large adult, using five standard yarn weights—from fingering to bulky.

About Interweave Apps

I’ve never used one of Interweave’s apps so I can’t vouch for it but they say that they offer 24 hour customer service to answer any questions you have if you encounter a problem with their apps including the Crochet Handy app.

Do you use crochet and yarn apps? I actually don’t typically use them. Sin embargo, I want to start reviewing them here on the blog so in the months to come I’ll be downloading and using some of them on my iPod.


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  1. I am getting out my tablet right now and heading to the Andoid market. Can’t wait to download your app!

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