Tag: inspiration

Currently… during June 2016

I thought it would be fun to share what I’m currently up to during the month of June. This is my spin off of Lisa’s post over at Marketing Creativity.     *This post contains affiliate links, which means that I may receive a small commission 

Look How Far You’ve Come!

Are you frustrated with your crochet skills, or the lack of progress you think you’re making? Don’t put your hook down yet! Below is a picture of my first crochet project. There are 5 stitches in the left corner, and 3 stitches in the right. 

My Mother Understands My Yarn “Issues”

Winner of Thursday’s giveaway is…….Tami Dragon. As I think back to all my mother has taught me, I am reminded of just how dedicated she was to her children. Her second greatest accomplishment (in my opinion) was teaching me to crochet. ;)  As I began 

Crocheted Wedding Ideas

With spring just around the corner, I thought it would be fun to look for some crocheted wedding ideas.  Looking back, I would have loved to make my own dress, but I had just started crocheting again after a many years absence, and don’t know 

How To Display A Yarn Stash

In a perfect world, I would have a way to display my yarn addiction stash :).  So, I thought it would be fun to go searching for some “what if” inspiration. I LOVE this heart! For now it’s stashed away in totes, but someday….. Happy 

A Crocheted Playground for Kids

Yesterday, while looking for some really cool things people crochet, I found this….. A playground that is actually crocheted!  I knew my girls would love it, and when I showed them the pics, they all said in unison “Coooollllll”…..I might even climb for a while 

What Wouldn’t You Crochet?

Is there anything too wacky/weird to crochet?  I guess that depends on the artist, and the recipient.  My husband and I recently had this discussion.  I was surprised at his answer.  He thinks nothing for the bathroom should be crocheted.  Why?  Because, in his mind, 

Yarn Bombing Pros and Cons

With International Yarn Bombing Day right around the corner (June 11) I wonder if I’m the only one on the fence about this “sport”.  From everything I’ve read people either love it or think it’s ridiculous, so I’ve decided to put together a list.  (just 

>Crocheting For A Cause

>I have added a link at the top of my page called “Crocheting for a Cause”.  It will have charities you can donate your finished products to.  If you have a charity you donate to, and you would like me to add it, please let me 

>Crocheting For A Cause

>There are plenty of crocheters (and knitters) who donate to worthy causes every year.  But, because of my background, my friend Ruth’s story touched my heart.  I wanted to share it with you. I recently ‘met’ Ruth through Facebook.  I had graduated high school with her