I’ve recently developed a bit of an obsession with looking at other people’s bullet journals. I currently use a combination of calendars, to-do lists, end of day roundups, and journals for a variety of different purposes. I find that I’m getting lots of good inspiration and tips from people’s bullet journals that are helping me to improve my own on-paper logging systems. In looking through all of this inspiration, I started wondering how people who crochet are using their bullet journals.
April is National Stress Awareness Month. There are many different types of stress, all of which can cause significant mental and physical distress for those undergoing the strain. Crochet has the power to help combat stress and its associated issues.
Let’s continue on our inspiring journey through all things crochet in 2016. We’ve reviewed crochet art, books, designers, fashion, health and patterns. Now let’s round up all of the CROCHET TIPS AND TUTORIALS from 2016.
Crochet can be a very affordable craft but it’s easy to spend a lot of money on it, too. Here are some ideas for being a frugal crocheter and saving money on crochet.
Crochet lovers everywhere will tell you again and again just how addictive this craft can be. If you have a family and are addicted to crochet, it certainly won’t be long before your kids start asking to make their own scarves, sweaters, and doilies. Our solution? Teach them from home!
I have been looking back at some old crochet blog posts, mining all of the smartest tips from people across the web. Here are fifteen smart crochet tips.
I’ve been looking back at a bunch of my old articles and newsletters, and I realized that there are a lot of little tips sprinkled here and there. I wanted to share twenty of those quick tips with you today.