An Introduction To 3 Crocheters that will inspire you.
Some of you may find these games a bit silly? but I have to tell you I have found so many new designers, crocheters and projects to inspire me, that I am so glad I took the time to organize and host it. I hope if you are playing along you agree? PLEASE NOTE: There are many, many more people I could share with you. I will keep taking notes. BTW I am driving my other half nuts with bedtime note taking anyway. Watch this space
I realise that some of you are not on Instagram, therefore I feel it is my yarny duty to introduce you to each other. Two of these ladies have blogs so you may be interested in following their blogs?
In no particular order may I introduce…
Just Pootling Crocheter no.1
“a blog about crochet knitting and a love of all things yarny, with a few snippets of loveliness thrown in for good measure”
Kate has a pretty blog here
I particularly admire Kate’s choice of colour palettes and I adore her blankets. I really wish I could be more subtle in my colour choices. The bag on the right is a free pattern the link for it is on Kate’s blog. I predict Kate will be a future crochet superstar!
Flower House Jane Crocheter no.2
Jane describes herself thus:
‘a lover of flowers with a big crochet crush’flower house Jane
I like that don’t you? it probably describes most of us? It is this project that caught my eye, I love, those ice cream colours! Jane also has some gorgeous blankets on her blog.
Pony Tales Crocheter no. 3
I love this lady’s sense of style and fun; no blog yet! She makes star wars figures, what’s not to love? I only wish she lived in the same country as me then one day I could hope to bump into her!
Two crochet Facts
Two facts: all garnered from my ig game LDJCROCHETHOOKUP its fascinating, I cant wait to see what comes up next)
The most popular crochet book, that many of us have, want or have made something from is Nicki Trench’s ‘Cute and easy crochet’ I have it do you?
You all love crochet borders more than fringes! I love both, but I am a huge fan of knotted fringes, I add them to everything after the crochet border!
You can find my crochet poncho here
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