Do something special for yourself in 2017. Take the time to go on a crochet vacation. Take a trip to a crochet retreat, book yourself on a crochet cruise or attend a crochet workshop / convention in an interesting area. Here are some of the best options for 2017 crochet travel.
Jessie Rayot is hosting a really interesting Yarn and Wine Tasting event in Maryland next month, and even if it’s not something that you can attend, it’s worth learning a lot more about it because it’s an inspiring, creative idea.
March is National Crochet Month (NatCroMo). Crochetville is hosting a month-long crochet designer blog tour with two blog stops each day. The participating crochet designers often offer free patterns and other goodies.
If you want to take some crochet classes at Stitches West next February then it’s time to select your classes and sign up.
Did you get a chance to check out the awesome interview I got to do last week with San Francisco Etsy crocheter nerd JERK? I’m a huge fan of the work that she’s doing combining modern nerdy loves with traditional crochet capabilities.
We’ve all heard of the Stitch n Bitch, when a group of people get together to crochet (or knit) and converse. But have you ever heard of a Stitch n Pitch? It’s a new event that is being held this year during baseball season and I think it’s a genius idea. So what is a Stitch n Pitch? As the name suggests, this is an event that combines needlework and baseball. It’s a themed baseball game that is designed specifically to attract crocheters and other needleworkers who want to work on their craft while they watch baseball. Why do a Stitch n Pitch? The main reason is the same reason that you do a Stitch n Bitch, so that you can work on your craft in the company of other people who also love it. However there are some other cool reasons to participate in a Stitch n Pitch: It…
Intertextile Beijing 2011 is being held March 30 – April 1 at the China International Exhibition Center. Do you wish that you could be there?