Have you ever considered getting a job crafting professionally? Want to parlay your craft experiences into a career, but not sure how to turn all that into a resume? Mary Walton has put together a guest post for Moogly today on just that topic! Thanks, Mary!
Today I’m excited to bring you a guest post by Mary Walton! Mary Walton is an editor at UK Writings. She loves everything DIY and inventing new crochet patterns. And today she is sharing her thoughts on Teaching a Child to Crochet!
Crocheting is a hobby and a passion loved by many people around the world. I know a tonne of people that would spend all their time crocheting if they could as I’m sure you would! However, for those of us with children, trying to encourage your child even to try the hobby can be a daunting, if not an overwhelming, task. However, if introduced correctly, your child can enjoy the many benefits, including an increased level of patience and the ability to create some awe-inspiring creations as well as instilling a sense of achievement. In this article, we’ll explore several tips to introduce your passion in the best possible way.
Today I’m pleased to bring you a guest post by Carly Jacobs from Melbourne, Australia. She runs Crochet Coach (crochetcoach.com), an online crochet school and community. Thank you, Carly!
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The lovely and talented Edie Eckman is back with another fantastic book – Every Which Way Crochet Borders! And lucky me, I get to be part of her blog tour – which is lucky for you, because that means I can share one of the patterns from her new book here for free! Isn’t it gorgeous!?
I thought this was very exciting – and who can resist a fun infographic!? Please enjoy this guest post by 10x Digital and Coupon Box!
No longer considered an out-dated diversion to help housewives wile away the hours, over the past 15+ years, knitting and crocheting have become popular pastimes, enjoyed by crafters across various generations. In fact, the Craft Yarn Council estimates that over 38 million people worldwide participate in these creative outlets.