Reaching Out, One Stitch At a Time

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Mentoring the Youth

Mentoring the Youth

For a long time it was said that “crochet is a dying art”. In the last few years there has definitely been a resurgence in popularity, but with that I believe there is a responsibility to pass on our love of crochet so that the […]

3 Tips for Teaching Left-Handed Crochet

    Out of my 6 children, 5 of them are girls. So, naturally I want them all to love crochet as much as me. I taught the oldest 2 girls when they were 7 & 6 years old. At the time my 4th child […]

A Crochet Designer in the Making

This is how the conversation started, “Mom, do you have any yarn with all different fall colors?” My response, “What do you want to make with it?” Her reply was simple, “Josephina’s shawl.” Josephina is an American Girl doll. And while our daughters don’t own […]

Tips for Teaching Children to Crochet

My mother taught me to crochet when I was 5 years old.  I was in my 20’s when I picked up a hook again, but it didn’t take me long to become hooked (pun intended).  Naturally, now that I have 5 daughters of my own, […]