It’s that time of year when crocheters and knitters are sending their handmade goodies to the Red Scarf Project. If you aren’t familiar with the Red Scarf Project, it is a program operated by Foster Care to Success: America’s College
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. 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.
This post contains affiliate links. I am so excited to share an interview with Vashti Braha today. I first learned about Vashti’s work because, as you know, I love Tunisian crochet, and she has designed some amazing Tunisian crochet patterns.