Every Monday during National Crochet Month 2013, I’ll be interviewing crocheters. Today’s interview is with Johnny Vasquez, a crochet teacher. As a crochet and knitting teacher, I’m constantly looking for online resources to share with my students so they have
This post contains affiliate links. Today, I’m interviewing Amy Shelton, the co-owner of Crochetville and the current President of the Crochet Guild of America. Amy is obviously a big supporter of the crochet community, both online and “in real life,” and
This post contains affiliate links. I’m so excited to be embarking on a second Year of Projects along with the folks in the Come Blog-A-Long group on Ravelry. Last year, I aimed to work my way through Crochet Master Class:
This post contains affiliate links. I finished up nine granny squares this week to donate to the Crochetlist April charity challenge, the Binky Patrol in Arizona. These were all made with acrylic stash yarns. Since the squares need to be
This post contains affiliate links. In the early 2000s, when I first learned to read crochet patterns, there weren’t many good crochet websites. One that I would visit time and again for help understanding a new technique was Crochet Cabana.