Monthly Archives: November 2020

WeCrochet Podcast BONUS Episode – WarmTheLine

Welcome to a very special Bonus Episode of the WeCrochet Podcast! If you’re a listener and crocheter here in the United States, you might have noticed we just wrapped up a big election season! But, voting is not over for everyone. The state of Georgia is having a run-off election for two senate seats so everyone who voted in …

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WeCrochet Podcast Episode 24 – Crochet Your Holiday

Pictured: Winter Mosaic Pillow and the Warm Lights Pillow

The winds have shifted and fall is here which means it’s time to get serious thinking about the end of year gifting and giving. Whether you’re someone who is not really into the holidays or you’re someone who has had your home decked out in winter holiday decorations since August, your friends at …

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9 Holiday Crochet Patterns

WeCrochet Magazine Issue 5 is out, which means: NEW holiday crochet patterns! Today we’re talking about the patterns of the Warm Wishes collection, our winter holiday crochet patterns collection, featuring 9 brightly-colored projects to carry you through holiday celebrations this year. Customize the color palette to suit your home or celebration for any of these projects. 

Revelry crochet cardigan is one of WeCrochet's holiday crochet patterns shown with all the possible pocket options: snowflake, ...
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Free Crochet Pattern: Winter Cable Hat – 12 Weeks of Gifting

It’s the most wonderful time of year: when we give away free crochet patterns every week leading up to the holiday gift-giving season. We’re featuring a new free pattern every Tuesday for 12 weeks. This week’s free crochet pattern is the Winter Cable Hat.

To help you with your holiday gift list, we offer our favorite annual tradition: the 12 Weeks of Gifting, …

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Crocheting a Temperature Blanket

So you want to learn about crocheting a temperature blanket? Temperature blankets are a crocheted snapshot of the weather over a given time period in a given area. In other words, you use the temperatures of your area to dictate the colors you use to create a blanket. The great thing about temperature blankets is that you can pick any colors, yarn, stitch pattern, geographic location, and time span that you want.

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