A few weeks ago, I shared four tips to keep you crocheting in the heat of summer, and today, I’m adding another: working with crochet lace. Summer is the perfect time to explore the many varieties of crochet lace. You
This post contains affiliate links. This week’s pick: Coats & Clark’s Book No. 208 Edgings Source: Purchased from CountrynMore2 on Etsy. Publication date: 1971 Status: Out of print but available online. Condition: Edges are worn. Crafts: Crochet, knitting, and tatting. I’ve mentioned this booklet before on my blog.
This week’s pick:The Harmony Guide to 100’s More Crochet Stitches (Harmony guides) Source: Lacis Museum of Lace and Textiles online store Publication date: 1992 Status: Out of print. Available online with prices ranging from “reasonable” to “apply for a line of credit.” Condition: Very
This post contains affiliate links. Today, I’m really excited to interview Sharon Silverman. Sharon is a crochet designer, author, teacher, and now, TV crochet expert. I was first introduced to her work through her book, Tunisian Crochet: The Look of
This post contains affiliate links. This post is part of my Year of Projects: Crochet Master Class series. You can read the other posts in this series here. I am having great fun with Bruges lace, which I’m learning from the master herself, Tatyana Mirer,