A closer look at the Read Along Crochet Along prize pack on Hands Occupied, featuring a Darn Good Yarn yarn bowl, bag handles from Jul Designs, a Love & Leche lotion bar, and yarn from Why Knot Fibers.
Finally, things are looking like spring (at least a little, teensy bit) around here, and this set of picks are as springy as you get!
Love & Leche’s lotion bars are a knitter and crocheter’s best friend, moisturizing and protecting hands with all natural ingredients an a non-greasy feel.
Spring doesn’t mean that the weather will always cooperate – cast on one of these ten new patterns to keep cozy!
If you’re looking for a quick layering-friendly project, some of this week’s picks might just fit the bill.
Bobble stitches can be found in all kinds of crochet, adding texture and dimension to an otherwise-flat piece of fabric. The good news, especially if you’re a newer crocheter, is that if you can manage a double crochet stitch, you can manage a double crochet bobble. And the same goes for triple crochet bobbles!
With picks this fun, it’s hard to narrow it down to a single favorite!
Learn how to start a crochet project with an oval, great for starting baby booties, totes, and more!
Throughout the month of April, everyone is welcome to crochet the Worker Bee Bag and read & discuss The Beekeeper’s Apprentice by Laurie R. King. The pattern was inspired by the book we’re reading too – it’s really fun!