Back in May I had an interview featured in Inside Crochet! It took me forever to get my hands on this issue because I wasn’t able to find it in stores locally, but I’m excited to be able to share it with you now! :)
Today I want to tell you about something new that I’ve been working on! Since the beginning of the year, I’ve been creating video crochet tutorials for the American Crochet Association. Each month I post two new videos, each teaching a different stitch. You can find all of the stitches I’ve done so far on their YouTube channel. There are even more videos available exclusively to American Crochet Association members. In addition to just learning how to do a new stitch, members also have access to video tutorials where I show how to use that stitch in the round to make a coffee cup cozy and I also show how to use it to make a washcloth. You should see the stack of washcloths and coffee cup cozies I’m accumulated! haha! :)
Here are a couple of my favorites so far:
The American Crochet Association offers so many useful resources to it’s members, the videos I create are just a small part of it. If you love crochet, and especially if you sell your crochet, you should check out what they have to offer! :) I really enjoy teaching via video, so I hope you enjoy the tutorials!
These owl rocks are so cute! If only I could paint this well!
You can seriously never have enough baskets to store things in and I love the texture and ombre gradient of these from 1DogWoof!
And now making a Moon Dreamcatcher is on my to do list! How pretty!
This crochet teepee from Felted Button is SO cute! I wish I had space for an adult sized one.
I need these tie dye bell bottoms in my life!
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I designed my Wilderness Leg Warmers crochet pattern using Lion Brand Amazing, which I love! It’s listed as a worsted weight (#4), but I think it’s definitely on the lighter side of worsted, which is close to DK weight (#3). I really like working with this weight of yarn! So I wanted to share some alternate yarns that I think would also work well with this pattern (and any other pattern that calls for this weight, of course!). I tried to choose yarns from a variety of price ranges and a variety of fibers, so hopefully there’s something for everyone!
Have you made the Wilderness Leg Warmers yet? I’d love to hear what yarns worked well for you! :)
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