25 best cities for crochet lovers, the places where it’s amazing to go because there are terrific yarn stores, great craft museums or simply the top places for relaxing with hook in hand.
625 more inspiring things for crocheters kicks off today with the 25 most inspirational works of art.
2011 on Crochet Concupiscence also included lots of other blog posts made up of lists.
Although I read niche crochet blogs all of the time, I also like to see what the mainstream public is seeing about crochet and crochet-related topics.
Awhile back I compiled 25 lists for crocheters. Each list is itself made up of 25 things and I’ve slowly been making up each of the individual lists. This week I’ve made a list of 25 things I’ve learned from crochet:
I’m continuing on with my series of 25 lists of 25 things to inspire crocheters. Up on the list this week is “25 crochet hooks to try”. That’s good timing since I just looked at a bunch of hooks last week for my Amazon feature of the week. Including the ones from that list, here is my personal list of 25 different types of crochet hooks I’d eventually like to try: 1. Light-Up Crochet Hooks 2. Widget Products Crochet Lite Crochet Hooks 3. Susan Bates SmartGlo Crochet Hooks (these don’t light up but are made from glow-in-the-dark plastic so I assume you get a similar effect) 4. Clover Takumi Getaway Soft Touch Crochet Hooks I want to try ergonomic hooks at some point 5. Boye Interchangeable Head Crochet Hook Set 6. U-nitt Bamboo Crochet Hooks 7. Clover Reflections Larger-Size Crochet Hooks Plastic crochet hooks in K,L,N size 8.…
Here are the 25 patterns I’m going to use for my crochet Christmas bags, part of Ravelry’s blog-along.