When people find out I crochet, they say one of two things. They either say, “I wish I had time for that” or “I’d like to learn, but I don’t have the supplies I need.” Today, we’re going to address that second objection. We’ll eventually get to the first one, but for now, let’s talk… More Finger Crochet Basics
Links in this post are not affiliate links. I will not make anything from them if you click or purchase. First I would like to give a little background. It is no secret that this blog has had a few iterations. You only have to look at the archives to discover that. The primary consistency,… More Ambition in Creatives in a Time of Crisis
It feels a little awkward to talk about something as frivolous as self-expression with the things that are going on in the world right now. However, I decided that, awkward or not, it’s important because it’s a part of self-care, so it should be addressed.
In the past, I have shown you how to do a star stitch as well as shared a couple patterns. Today, I’m going to show you how to do the camel stitch. It’s a key part of a pattern I will be releasing on Ravelry soon. You do need to know how to do the… More How to Crochet the Camel Stitch
This week, I have two things in one post. They’re not really related, but I’m going to include them in one post anyway. First, the ear savers. A friend sent me a link to what were called “mask companions.” It’s a knit or crocheted strip with buttons attached at either end. The elastic from the… More Making Ear Savers and Adventures in Blogging
I’ll be honest. I’ve struggled with what to put on this blog in the face of current events. I thought about skipping this week. Then, a couple things happened that helped change my mind. Joann’s is the main one I want to focus on. They are one business among many coming from a place of… More Heroes Who Help