If you’ve ever wondered what it feels like to crochet with raffia, if you’ve wondered if it will hurt your hands, or if you can make it bend to your will, you’ll get your questions answered as I share my own experiences crocheting with this fun paper medium!
Kelvin is a monster buddy who eats treats, including toy cars, fake food, and marbles. He makes a great Easter “basket” or a gift to any child who has a collection of treasures to tote around.
See how to make these colorful and lightweight DIY crochet size markers. They’re easy to make, and you can whip up several sets in an evening, which can make for a wonderful sense of accomplishment!
I got the chance to review the incredibly eye-catching, super chunky Ohhio Braid Blanket DIY Kit, and make my own super-sized chunky knit afghan. See why it has a permanent home on my bed, and what to watch out for when you make one for yourself!
The Adirondack Wrap uses shapes and colors to create to a long, light and flowing wrap that can also be worn as a scarf. It’s deceptively simple design makes it perfect for on-the-go crocheting, watching-tv crocheting, and sip-and-stitch crocheting!
Here’s a look at my favorite crochet and knit projects from this past year, along with top designs from my fellow bloggers! It’s a trove of inspiration!
No loom? Check. Scrapbuster? Check. Freeform crochet? Check check. See how you can use a simple stitch and your creativity to make a woven-looking crochet wall hanging! (Or a pillow. Or a rug. Or a sweater even!)
Add a modern touch to your winter wardrobe with this tangram-inspired geometric crochet wrap scarf. It’s great for beginners or anyone looking for a simple, soothing project.