There’s something so whimsical about crochet! It’s so so perfect for creating structural objects like toys, hats and hooded garments, even for beginners. Crochet is just fun to do, and a great way to change up your crafting routine. Why not try one of these great new patterns this fall?
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The Peruvian Market Tote is made with a free crochet pattern designed to address the design flaws of amany crochet bags This teardrop-shaped tote is colorful and strong, made with a classic, durable, easy-to-care-for yarn.
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The one in which I open up (a little) about my anxiety. Mostly check out 12 easy-to-make knit and crochet patterns that are perfect for helping you stitch away stress. :)
A close look at some of the supremely affordable yarns you can find in the most surprising corners of Iceland, a country whose love for wool can’t be denied!
I can’t believe it’s Christmas Eve, guys! That means it’s time to put the 12 ornaments of Christmas series to bed for the year. Designing, photographing and sharing these 12 yarn craft ornament ideas has been really fun and even a little challenging in the best way. I’ll definitely have to do another ornament series next year.
Santa’s visit wouldn’t be complete without milk and cookies! Crochet a quick cup of milk to match the cookie ornament in this series. The two of them add the sweetest touch to any tree.
This super festive little tree is so simple, but you can tell right away that it’s supposed to be a Christmas tree. Decorated with scrap yarn and simple straight pins, this little crochet ornament comes together quick!
I once again teamed up with discount craft supplier Blitsy to bring you a set of free video classes for their site. They’re high quality, and both projects I did for this year’s holiday season are quick, fun and beginner-friendly. If you’ve been meaning to pick up crochet, these videos are a great place to start.