Recently I was contacted by Sean and Holly from Chetnanigans, and they told me all about their shop – and their amazing handmade wooden goodies made with crocheters in mind! I feel in love with every thing I saw, but had to pick just one item to review for you today. I picked the Furls Organizer – something beautiful to show off my most beautiful hooks!
Earlier this year I was lucky enough to get to travel to central California, and spend some time cooling off at the beach. It was peaceful, and surprisingly chilly! And it inspired the Seaside Ruana – a free crochet wrap pattern here on Moogly!
I was lucky enough to get to know Karen Whooley earlier this year at a Craftsy instructors event, so I knew she had a new class coming out. And when I saw what it was, I had to take it! So here’s my review of Mix & Match Crochet Bag Techniques, taught by Karen Whooley!
This tutorial highlights another hand sewing technique that can be very useful for crocheters (and knitters) – the Running Stitch!
Recently I was given a chance to try the Denise Double Ended Tunisian Hooks – but I didn’t know how to do Double Ended Tunisian Crochet! Well, that’s not a problem, that’s a fine opportunity to take the plunge – which is exactly what I did!
Have you seen eWoodStory pendants? They are THE hot ticket item for crafty jewelry, and I am so lucky to get to give away four of these pendants one very lucky Moogly reader!
I’ve got a special surprise for you with block #16… it’s designed by me! I hope you like it!
This year I wanted to design a free 12″ afghan square that was solid, pretty, and fun to make – and the result is the Joyful Afghan Square!
I got to check out Modern Baby Crochet: 18 Crocheted Baby Garments, Blankets, Accessories, and More by Sharon Zientara – and I get to give away TWO copies to Moogly readers!