Do you love those gorgeous woven wall hangings but you just know how to crochet? Use this beautiful and stylish crochet wall hanging pattern to make one for your home.
This is going to be a slightly different blog post from the ones you are used to seeing from me. I decided to make a compilation of the best posts I published in 2018. How do I define which ones are the best?
If you are reading this blog it can only mean one of two things. You are either a crochet lover and you are here because you enjoy the free patterns and the inspiration behind this blog about your favorite hobby, or a fellow designer who is actively engaged with the yarn-related community.
I always get way too excited about new projects. Usually, time can’t pass fast enough from idea to completion. The Aspen rug was one of those projects.
The Aberdeen crochet shawl was on the back of my mind for a while now. I always loved the look of all those fabulous knit shawls and wanted to make a crochet version. Read more
I have always loved making blankets! There is something really soothing about making a project that can literally keep you warm, while you are making it! Maybe it is the repetition of the stitches, that most blankets consist of, that keep your hands occupied and your mind is set free to wander.
At first I thought this post was going to be a short one. Useful, but short. I never would have thought when researching for crochet podcasts that I would find so many of them, besides the 3-4 I knew for myself.
Has anyone in your family ever said to you that you are hard to shop for? If yes is the answer, then this gift guide is for you. Well, not you exactly, but you are responsible to get this list to the right person. Whether this person is your husband, fiance, mother, aunt, significant other… Read more
Happy Halloween! This post might be a little off when it comes to timing, but I have two excuses for that.
1. I wanted to celebrate with all you guys on the same day since Halloween isn’t really a thing where I come from.
2. I am always way behind on things because I always fail to plan ahead. You choose the answer that works better for you or is more believable. Read more