After designing the Moogly Crochet Uppercase Alphabet, Lowercase Alphabet, Numbers, and Punctuation, there was yet another request – the Greek Alphabet! While I don’t plan on covering every language out there, Greek letters are indeed commonly used in English speaking countries – in math, science, and of course fraternities, sororities, etc. Last week I shared the first half in Part 1 – so here is Part 2!
The 2015 Moogly Afghan Crochet Along is coming along swimmingly, and in each new square post I’ve included a link to alternative squares, in case you didn’t care for the latest pick. But that list has become a bit outdated… so it’s time for a new one! Here are 10 free crochet afghan square patterns – use them as alternatives in the CAL, or just plain use them to make something pretty!
Crochet Savvvy is a free, online magazine that focuses on the crochet designers – not just their designs! It’s also got great articles on crochet, yarn, classes, book reviews, and this latest issue includes one on photographing your crochet items! So I am thrilled to share that Moogly (and well, ME), is not only inside the latest issue – it’s on the cover!
Welcome back to HOHD! Time to share all the newest crochet and knitting projects from your blogs, along with my fantabulous co-host, Kara from Petals to Picots! If this is the first time you’ve been here and you’d like to link up, be sure to check out the rules section below. For everyone else – let’s enjoy some yummy yarny projects! Here are the projects that your clicks and I put together this round!
Earlier I shared 10 Free Crochet Patterns for Dog Lovers – and now it’s time for things the dogs themselves can enjoy! Remember – dogs are all different, and not every toy will be appropriate for every dog. Stuffed toys in particular require supervision – or just try leaving them unstuffed, like the flat ones you see in stores. I know my pooch enjoys those too! And if you don’t have a dog on your gift list, some of these would also be popular with kids!