Crochet a warm winter muff and revel in the memories! This project was designed as a throwback to my younger days when every winter, kids would yank off their mittens to create that perfect snowball with their bare hands and
I’m so pleased to announce the winner of the third installment of the HodgePodge Crochet Showdown: Laurie Kahn of Spider Mambo Designs! This time around our theme was hat, scarf, and scoodie. Each of the six crochet artists within this round were
My friend Angela over at Crafty Ridge has just blogged about a project she’s been working on…and it’s AMAZING. Not amazing like, “Yeah, that’s kinda cool.” I’m talking amazing like, “Holy Smokes, Batman. I need that in my life RIGHT
Sometimes you start a really cool project by chaining a TON of chains and every now and again you fall asleep at the wheel and miscount. It happens! (My kids are usually the reason I miscount because they choose the
A huge congratulations goes out to Michelle Warwick of From Home for winning the 2nd HodgePodge Crochet Showdown with her AMAZING Classic Lace Bolster Pillow!!! If you’d like to pick up a copy, hurry on over to Ravelry where you’ll find
Welcome to the 2nd HodgePodge Crochet Design Showdown!! The theme this time is PILLOWS!!! I can’t tell you how much fun it has been to watch six amazing designers create their masterpieces and now it has come down to voting!!
Lately I’ve been having a ball with other crafty projects like clay, paper mache, painting, and book making. (Not to mention countless other things I’ve yet to blog about!!) But recently, I put all things crafty on hold while the family took a
Do you have a prince or princess in your life that needs a crown?? Now you can crochet one and save the kingdom!! Grab a hook, some yarn, your FREE copy of the Let’s Play! Royal Crown pattern, and come
Looking for a cute and fun project to try your hand at Tunisian crochet? Let’s crochet some leaves and do just that in this quick tutorial!
Ever wonder how to create crochet eyes for your amigurumi projects? Let me show you how in this quick tutorial! Quick tip before you start!! If you want to make these eyes smaller, use thinner yarn. I’ve chosen worsted weight