Today, we are going to give Rex a bit more characteristics. You will find Rex in Africa. Cute to look at, dangerous to get up close to.
By Salena Baca, on behalf of the Design Wars Challenge
As the founder and host of the Design Wars Challenge, I’m always looking to put a spotlight on the best our crochet community has to offer! This week I’m really proud to share designer, author and professional instructor, Edie Eckman! Continue reading “Designers I Adore | Meet Edie Eckman! By Guest Blogger: Salena Baca”
Today, we are going to give our Rex a little lift. He can run pretty fast, in fact, he can run faster than a human being. Now I can say for sure that I cannot run as fast as this creature, he would certainly take the gold medal. Continue reading “Mikey’s Mystery Crochet Adventure Clue #2”
Welcome back to the Checkerboard Textures Throw Crochet-Along! This week we will be working on the Raised Crochet Treble Square (LW4132-5), which you can find here. This is the 6th square posted for this challenge; the links to the previous weeks are listed at the bottom of this post. Continue reading “Raised Crochet Treble Square in the Checkerboard Textures Throw Crochet Along”
Let’s start a mystery crochet adventure together. Today, we are going to explore 1 component of our project. Just to keep myself organized and stop from slipping up saying what the project is, I’m going to nickname my project as Rex.
It’s that time again….#tbt!!! Today’s Throwback Thursday features Red Heart’s Striped Mini Skirt. This easy skirt design was first published in 1971 when Twiggy was the star of the fashion world. Crochet it today in colors that suit your wardrobe and show off your new tall boots. Accessories and add a thick or thin belt. Continue reading “Throwback Thursday’s Striped Mini Skirt”
Are you ready for a Mystery Crochet Along? Continue reading “Mystery Crochet Along with Mikey from the Crochet Crowd”
One lucky crocheter who completes the challenge will receive a Fully Loaded Red Heart Yarn Bag with Crochet Crowd Gifts! Continue reading “Spring Has Sprung Crochet Challenge”
To remember those whose lives were taken, brave responders, and those still recovering from the Boston Marathon tragedy, the Old South Church in Boston is putting together the Marathon Scarf Project. They are collecting handmade (knit or crochet) scarves for runners of the Boston Marathon. Organizers of this project say, “In this year of Remembrance and Hope, our vision is to wrap each runner in the love poured into stitches of handmade blue and yellow scarves. We promise to wrap runners in your love until all your scarves are distributed.”
What’s new you ask?
Sashay Mini – the same Sashay you love in a narrower version making a thinner scarf perfect for kids and anyone who wants a little less ruffle. Available in 8 fun, bright shades perfect to chase away those winter blahs and welcome spring!!