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10 Thrifty Crochet Tips

Who wants to talk about Thrifty Crochet Tips? In this post, I’m going to reveal all my tips and tricks for saving money on crochet accessories. From stitch markers to stuffing, we’re covering it all!

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WeCrochet Podcast Episode 22 – Craftivism

Get your purple yarn for your emPower People Bandana at crochet.com People have been creating and contributing to social good for as long as people have been creating. Today we’re talking about craftivism, or the act of combining crafting with activism, and talking to Laverne of BzyPeach about the emPowerpeople 2020 movement.  First, Producer Sarah checks in with Sara and talks about how she’s been using ...

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WeCrochet Podcast Episode 21 – Some of Your Crochet Questions Answered

Whether you’re brand new to crochet or have been doing it for decades, questions about a pattern, yarn or technique can come up. In this episode of the WeCrochet Podcast, we added an extra person to our team and we answer some your most important crochet inquiries. First, meet Katelyn, our new Outreach Coordinator (what does that job title mean? Katelyn does just about ...

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WeCrochet Podcast Episode 20 – Cool Crochet

Dancing in the Sun Wrap by Janine Myska On this episode of the WeCrochet Podcast we’re celebrating our new collaboration with crochet designer Janine Myska of Knits ‘n Knots, and her new collection, Cool Crochet for Warm Days and also touching upon size-inclusiveness and why it’s important in crochet designs. First, now that it’s officially fall Sara and Heather chat about their completed crochet projects this summer. Sara ...

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WeCrochet Podcast Episode 19 – Crochet Self Care

What does your self care look like? How long is too long to crochet in one sitting? What’s the best ergonomic crochet hook for pencil-grip style of crochet? These are just some of the questions we are answering in this crochet self-care themed WeCrochet Podcast episode. First, Sara reads a letter from Hannah, who asks all kinds of questions about how to keep crochet pain ...

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Simple Crochet Stretches for Hand & Arm Health

Today we’re talking about simple crochet stretches to help keep your hands and arms limber! Even though crochet is great for helping us de-stress, the repetitive nature of crocheting means we occasionally need to take breaks. Stretching keeps our crocheting hands and arms from becoming sore (as well as other not-so-obvious body parts like our necks and backs — everything is connected!).

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WeCrochet Podcast Episode 18 – Rage Against Gauge & Able to Cable

Picture features a model wearing the Midtown Mantle Mock-Neck Top by Liz Salazar In this episode of the WeCrochet Podcast, we’re talking about new quarantine hobbies, crochet gauge, and our favorite crochet cable pattern of the Off the Beaten Path collection from WeCrochet Magazine Issue 4.  First, Heather and Sara discuss their new quarantine hobbies. Sara has been getting really into baking ...

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WeCrochet Podcast Episode 17 – Hooks Down, Level Up!

Rainbow Garden Throw being blocked Crocheting a project is sometimes more than just simply crocheting stitches. Sometimes additional steps  and notions are needed to finish a project. This episode is all about those little things that make your crochet that much better, from crochet hacks to learning the best way to block your project to make it look its best. First, Heather and Sara chat ...

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WeCrochet Podcast Episode 16 – The Art and Business of Crochet

Masked: Best Face Inward | Jo Hamilton2019 Mixed crocheted yarn 36×41 inches Crochet can be a lot of different things to different people—for some people it’s a way to relax and express themselves, while others like to create useful items. Some people turn their crochet into a business (or side-hustle), and of course, crochet can also be celebrated as an Art. Today we talk all ...

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