We love crochet flowers! They are quick and easy projects made for trying out new yarns in all your favorite colors. If you’re looking for 10 Ways to Use Crochet Flowers, be sure to pick up the latest issue of Read more »
A crochet flower crown is the perfect spring accessory and so much fun to make! There are so many opportunities to customize this project exactly as you like it. Try it with a handful of colorful flowers and crochet leaves, as pictured OR pack the entire headband …Read more »
School is out; summer is here! On this episode of the WeCrochet Podcast, the team flashes back to some nostalgic memories of high school.
Heather and Katelyn reminisce about who they were in high school and wistfully chat about that feelings of fun and silliness intrinsically tied to more youthful days of their pasts.
Katelyn sits down to talk to Selin Kocalar of …Read more »
Crochet Foundry is back with their third magazine and this time everything’s coming up cozy! With seven brand new crochet patterns for sizes XS-5X, this size inclusive collection has something for everyone! Let’s look inside the Winter 2020 issue, and behind the scenes with the Crochet Foundry Team.
Photo from April Gopwani of OTH Crochet Nook
With Thanksgiving over and done, we have moved on to the part of the fall that gets erased and just becomes everyone’s default winter. Our crafting queues are now full of fun projects that will brighten our homes for the holidays and beyond. In this episode of the WeCrochet Podcast, we’re talking about our …Read more »
Temperature blankets are a crocheted record of the weather over a given time period in a given area. The great thing about temperature blankets is that you can pick any colors, yarn, stitch pattern and time span that you want. In this post, we’re talking about how to pick what crochet stitch pattern (or blanket pattern) to use for your temperature blanket, as well as sharing some storage ideas for your year-long WIP.
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 …Read more »