There are so many different crochet apps out there including stitch counters, project trackers and yarn store locators. Wooltasia is an Android app that you can use to convert your own images into graphghan graphs for crocheting image-rich blankets. Learn more from this interview with the creators.
I love crochet apps of all kinds but I’ve never been more excited about one than I am today, having just downloaded the new CraftMoji app. It’s 99 cents in the iPhone app store and it is filled with adorable crochet art images and emojis for other crafts. Fabulous fun.
Today I thought I’d do a roundup of examples of crochet QR codes spotted around the web. Enjoy!
I thought I’d share some “crochet for Kindle” stuff – some crochet books available on Kindle as well as some Kindle crochet cozies.
As Far As Eye Can See is an intriguing crochet for a cause project that combines art and the virtual world to raise funds for rebuilding earthquake-devastated Churchchrist, New Zealand.
The answer is that although there is such a thing as a crochet machine, there is not a machine that can replicate handmade crochet as you and I know it.
Crochet may be an old art form but that doesn’t mean that it’s out of date. Today’s crochet artists use the hottest technology, including apps on their smartphones, iPods and tablets, to improve their crochet experience. Looking for a crochet, craft or yarn app? Start here! CROCHET SPECIFIC APPS Some of these apps include information related to other needle arts but they all have an emphasis on crochet: CraftVideo: Crochet. This iPhone app has 20+ crochet tutorials in video format to assist you in learning to crochet. It’s good for beginners and for refreshing on the basics of crochet. It has an in-app chat option for people who are interested in communicating with a wider crochet community. It’s $1.99 on iTunes. Crochet Cards. This free Android app lets you store and tag your crochet projects (with or without images) so that you can keep them organized, search through them, etc.…