See all the fun we had during the first Read Along Crochet Along, both online and in person.
Spring is about more than just seeing brighter colors in yarn crafts – it’s about getting creative when we’re past simply looking for stuff to keep us warm. Embrace the opportunity to try something different with one of these springy ideas
Get to know Tian Connaughton, a Knit and Crochet Designer, Technical Editor of patterns, Blogger at KnitDesigns by Tian, and an all around yarn craft entrepreneur.
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!