Whether you travel to Port Jefferson by ferry or private boat, you must take the time to stop by the Knitting Cove and Yarn Shop. This delightful shop is located within a five minute walk of the ferry terminal and Danford’s Marina. Don’t let the name fool you: this is not only a crochet friendlyView Project
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Welcome to the addictive world of crochet! You are embarking on a thrilling creative path, which will introduce you to a global network of fellow crafters and a whole new avenue of gift-giving and decoration. We have collected some basic tips and tricks for crochet beginners to make sure that you get off to aView Project
First-time author and self-proclaimed “geeky hooker” Cindy Wang has gifted all the nerds and bibliophiles in the crochet world with a fantastic new book, Literary Yarns: Crochet Projects Inspired by Classic Books. If you know Jane Austen’s novels by heart, have ever referred to yourself as a Dickensian, or own a book of Shakespearean insults, thenView Project
It is time for the final stage of this beautiful February pattern from Janaya Chouinard. I hope you and your loved ones have been staying snug, and now you have one more cozy accessory to help keep those ears warm. The whole family will be able to enjoy this one, so this pattern has been wellView Project
We’re sending you even more crochet love today with the second stage of our February Crochet Along. It’s still quite icy where I live, so I’ve really been looking forward to the rest of this pattern to keep me cozy. Loved ones will melt when they receive this as a gift—but don’t forget to makeView Project
Valentine’s Day is one of my favorite times. My family always invested a lot of energy into making everyone feel special, so we were constantly surprising each other with cute stuffed animals or chocolate desserts on the big day. It wasn’t until I was much older that I realized some people consider it a holiday solelyView Project
The end of January is drawing near, and hopefully you have all enjoyed working up this fresh new design as a way to really set the tone for a bright and happy 2017. The Wonderland Mittens’s vibrant colors and eye-catching wave stitch have both contributed to a fabulous start to another year of crocheting. ThisView Project
The crisp, icy tones of the Wonderland Mittens are calling my name today—but they’ve been doing that every day since we gathered the materials! Waiting for the next step of this crochet pattern was like anticipating the first snow, which is one of my favorite parts of the year. Janaya Chouinard’s cozy crochet mittens promiseView Project
Happy 2017 to all our Crochet Along followers! It’s the time to start mapping out New Year’s resolutions, setting goals to feel happier, learn something new, give acts of kindness to others. Of course, crocheting can do all of those things, especially due to its relaxing qualities, innovative designs, and homemade goodness.
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The holidays are so close, I’m already tasting the peppermint and sugar cookies. The last stage of Janaya Chouinard’s Snowflake Coasters has arrived, and the finishing details are waiting to be added. This easy pattern produces beautiful results, and the inside of your house can soon become a winter wonderland.
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