I first learned about conceptual knitting through the work of Lea Redmond, an artist and knitting designer who brought conceptual knitting into the mainstream with her Sky Scarf and Mood Scarf patterns. Conceptual projects can easily be created using crochet, too.
Conceptual designs challenge crocheters to step outside their typical comfort zones to create unpredictable projects.
Whether you have one or two balls of yarn for your current project or you’ve achieved SABLE (stash acquisition beyond life expectancy), organizing your yarn stash can be the difference between enjoying the yarn in your collection and being overwhelmed by it. But organizing doesn’t have to be difficult. Let’s start with a few basic
Getting that project done as quickly as possible is always a great motivator, isn’t it? When I was just learning to crochet I would get frustrated with my speed too. Since then I’ve come up with some ways to really get things moving. While these techniques may not work for everyone, I find that when I try them with my students they do well.
It’s that time of year again! Time to crochet warm and cozy things for yourself and for the ones you love. If you find yourself crocheting things for your crochet group of friends and you are looking for the perfect card to accompany the perfect crochet gift, these cards are for you.
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