This is going to be a different post than the ones I have been publishing. You may not find interesting at all how I choose to grow my blog and the blogging tools that help me every day in my mission, but I bet there are going to be some of you that will find it useful.
Oh, yes! It is that time of year again! The time we all love to hate: Valentine’s day! There have been so many debates on this celebration, but I am not here to argue with you. Whether you believe in it or not, whether you like it or not, I mostly believe that it is another reason for us makers to get craftin’. Or just a little excuse to buy more yarn? Read more
“I will only work on this project for now”, said no crocheter ever! We all have multiple wip (work in progress) at a time, some that we are working on now and again and some hidden in our closets, somewhat forgotten. Read more
This post is dedicated to a favorite material of knitters and crocheters across the world. Wool! And some facts about it… Read more
These crochet small hearts were also part of my handmade wedding decorations. I made them in 2 complimentary colors, the one was the color of our wedding and the other was the color of my wedding dress.
Sometime in the middle of this hot Greek summer, an idea for a simple knit top was born in my head. The “Last days of summer top”, actually. Read more
This handy little list below showcases 5 of the most amazing free crochet summer tops that are beginner friendly and can be made in just a few hours.
Hi, my name is Lou and I am a self-taught crocheter and a newbie knitter. Although my mother taught me the basics of knitting when I was a child, I didn’t pick up my needles again only after I learned how to crochet as an adult.
I first started crocheting at 2012 and immediately fell in love with it and started writing my own patterns. This blog is my creative outlet to share free patterns, with the new or more experienced crocheter, and all the projects in my busy mind that I could not share otherwise in my handmade business.
When I was starting out, free patterns was my go-to source. I didn’t want to invest in something that I was unsure If I could make. Now, I am hooked! Give me all the patterns in the world! Free, paid, I really don’t care. I want to try them all! This is the place that I want to give back to all of those people that are coming after me on this new adventure. I like to make new crocheters feel confident enough to try everything they like.
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