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.
Hi Crochet-Alongers! How are you progressing on your Faux Fade Wrap, our current WeCrochet CAL? If you’d like to join (or just get caught up on all the CAL details), go here to find the Faux Fade Wrap Crochet Along information.
By now, you should have already chosen your fade colors, made a swatch, and have made some progress …Read more »
Two Sparkles the Unicorn Softie
In this episode we’re talking about the best crochet advice we’ve ever received and chatting with a favorite knit and crochet designer, Brenda K.B. Anderson about her work with amigurumi—the art of crocheting toys—and more.
First, Heather and Producer Sarah talk about their current WIPs and projects for the upcoming holidays. Heather finished some of her WIPs and …Read more »
In this post, we will discuss what the Triple Chain Yarn technique is, when to use it in your crochet projects, and how it works with crochet patterns. Read on!
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It’s time once again for your free monthly calendar wallpaper downloads! Enjoy these November 2020 wallpaper images (free download for you!) — featuring a sneak peek at an upcoming design from WeCrochet Magazine, Issue 5: the Hygge Poncho.
Stay tuned — Issue 5 of the magazine, as well as this …Read more »
Pom-poms can take your finished hat to the next level. Sometimes adding a pom-pom is the perfect way to finish a beautiful crochet hat! In this article, we’ll show you how to attach a pom-pom to a hat in various ways, both removable and permanent.
Shopping for a pom-pom will reveal that there are a few different options of what you can get and different ways of attaching them.