Block #8! We’re now a third of the way through the 2014 Moogly Afghan Crochet-a-Long, and it’s been going swimmingly so far! Hundreds of squares have been made, and I’ve loved peeking at each one you’ve shared. If this is the first you’ve heard of the CAL, don’t worry – it lasts til November, so there’s still time to catch up! Start HERE to read how it works, and then get to crocheting! For those who’ve been following along so far, read on!
The change of seasons has inspired lots of fibery goodness over the last 2 weeks, and I’m so excited to get to share it all with you in Hookin On Hump Day! This link party runs on both My Merry Messy Life and Moogly – remember that an entry on one site shows up on both – and we both promote the featured projects on Facebook, G+, Pinterest, and more. You guys are the stars! It’s one party with double the exposure for everyone who wants to share their best crochet, knitting, felting, and sewing projects! Here are the featured projects from the latest round of HOHD!
Flowers, bees, ladybugs, and now butterflies! The outdoors is calling me lately, and crochet is ready! Check out these 10 free butterfly crochet patterns – a reader request roundup!
Rain rain go away… until I make you in crochet! It’s the rainy, wet, blechy season here – a necessary evil on the way to spring. In fact it’s windy and raining as I write this! It’s the May Flowers we want, but the April Showers we must endure first. Luckily there are rainbows, soft and fluffy clouds, and sweet little raindrops to keep our hooks happy! Here are 10 free crochet patterns inspired by the rain and clouds!
Sara from My Merry Messy Life (link party co-hostess extraordinaire!) approached me and several other crochet bloggers and designers recently about joining forces in a crochet-a-long for charity – so of course I said yes! The Crochet for Cancer Crochet-a-Long is a wonderful opportunity to use crochet as a force of good, and to make it extra exciting, Red Heart Yarn has donated a lovely prize package for one super quick crocheter! Read on for details!
It’s the change of seasons, and sudden shifts in temperature are guaranteed! A wrap is just the thing – easier to put on and take off than a sweater, and a lot easier to lug around than a blanket! There are so many great patterns, so to narrow it down, I’ve decided today is all about rectangles. So here are 10 free rectangular wrap crochet patterns!