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Knit Crate Review – First Impressions

I'm sure you've seen ads, or even your favorite yarny influencer showing you their new box of Knitcrate and you're just sitting there drooling over the gorgeous yarns. A lot of the time you'll see they have codes for a percentage off, or even one to get your first crate for only $5! And if … Continue reading Knit Crate Review – First Impressions

Tutorial – Unicorn Wall Hanging

So I'm not sure if just anyone has a metal unicorn shape just laying around, but you could just as easily do it with whatever you have laying around your house. I got unicorn one in a little kids activity kit that was given to me as a gag gift one Christmas, but a circle … Continue reading Tutorial – Unicorn Wall Hanging

E’Claire Makery Winter Fashion Crochet Blog Hop Pattern – Peekaboo Pullover

Oh my lanta, guess who is one of the designers on the amazing E'Claire Makery Blog Hop?? ME!! She has had so many amazing patterns by super talented designers so far, and I can't wait for you to see my pattern that you can get FOR FREE today (11-25)! You want to know how to … Continue reading E’Claire Makery Winter Fashion Crochet Blog Hop Pattern – Peekaboo Pullover

Learning to Crochet – How to change colors

While crocheting, changing colors can seem like no big deal. Until you do it and it just looks.....funky. But how are you SUPPOSED to do it?? Well stick around, cause I'm about to show you! So starting off, working with one color. Before you finish the last stitch in that color, you're going to want … Continue reading Learning to Crochet – How to change colors

How to grow an Instagram Following in the Crochet Community

People keep asking me, "How did you get so many followers so fast?!" or "What's the secret to getting followers?!" Honestly? I don't know. People don't usually see the struggle behind the screen. The years of trying to figure out Instagram algorithms, which content does better, etc. And sometimes you'll be struggling to keep your … Continue reading How to grow an Instagram Following in the Crochet Community

Learning to Crochet Lesson 11 – Lemon Peel Stitch

This one is another one that I really like! I love using this stitch to make dish rags because it gives great detail and also looks cute too. Grab your hooks and yarn and we'll get started with chaining 21. Skip 1 stitch and then single crochet in the next stitch. Now you're going to … Continue reading Learning to Crochet Lesson 11 – Lemon Peel Stitch