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.
It has been a long time since I published a new pattern, but I hope with this one I will get back on track with my regular posting schedule. Personal life just got too much in the way! It happens from time to time. If you wanna stay in the loop, remember to subscribe in my mailing list, plus receive a little freebie for your trouble in the box at the end of this blog post.
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
Cup cozies, besides being useful to hold our hot, take out coffee is also a great way to practice new stitches. Small projects such as the coffee cup cozy are a great way for beginners to learn a new stitch and practice crochet while making something useful. 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.
Making a ridge in crochet is a very easy technique that can be performed in two different ways with different results. A ridge is a visible line which separates -or better- gives an accent to a certain area of a finished crochet piece.
Are you a beginner crocheter? I believe you have seen all those round crochet stuff like coasters, mandala, and rugs. Did you ever wonder how to make a flat crochet circle? Read more
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.
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