“There’s something rebellious about indulging in a time-consuming craft without it requiring purpose and utility.” Yes! I’m going to remember this sentiment next time I see a complaint about yarn bombing’s wastefulness and how it…
I love Ringo Starr! His positive vibe is infectious, he just makes me smile. Get the pattern for this fab cross stitch silhouette of Ringo Starr from LeRayonDeSoleil via Etsy.
Made and designed by Lucy Ravenscar who says, “These dragon hatchlings will make great presents for anyone who loves dragons, especially anyone who is a fan of the Dragonriders of Pern books, with their little…
Make it happen! Amazing work by knitwear designer Carissa Browning … and the pattern is FREE!
“I’m late, I’m late, for a very important date. No time to say “Hello, Goodbye”. I’m late, I’m late, I’m late.” Made by Bella McBride of Bella McBride Designs and McBride House.
Made by LolaNova and you can access the tutorial here.
July 4, 1862 is Alice in Wonderland Day, the day that commemorates Lewis Carroll’s first telling of the famous children’s story to his young inspiration, Alice Liddell.
Yes, ALL of the patterns are available! Designed by Claudia Giardina. h/t to The Crochet Crowd, I miss you guys!
Finn’s been studying birds at school, so this week he has a bird for his Finn’s Pick. It’s common tern and the amigurumi is designed by Grietje Karwietje. Get the FREE pattern here.
Astonishing, simply astonishing. One commenter astutely noticed, “you did not cross over the veins.” I’m SO EXCITED – this piece is coming to New York as part of Muriel Guépin Gallery’s “Garden on Orchard” group…
UPDATE June 27, 2017! The Kinder Surprise as I know and love is still banned here in the USA. Ferraro, the company who manufactures them, is releasing an “American-proof” version – a pink one for…
Max Alexander of Max’s World continues to blow my mind with these amazingly detailed moths. Her attention to detail is worth noting. This here is a knitted representation of the chrysiridia rhipheus aka Madagascan Sunset…
How long has it been since you’ve seen such uncaged cuteness? And wait, what? There’s a pattern? But there’s a catch … These lovely elephants were made by Simply Jo Leen, visit her on Instagram…
Mmmmm, chocolate … I’ll take any excuse to celebrate chocolate in any form! Did you know that pudding is considered a “lunch dessert”? Well all right, bring it on! Free tutorial by Happie Scrappie.
Improvisation encouraged! More bobbles! Get tips and tricks from Solveigg here.
Fun hat from Cassie of Little Red Window who says, “little babies still need hats in summer, especially if they’re inside in the chilly air conditioning.” Yes, they do! Get the FREE pattern at littleredwindow.com.
Isn’t this perfect for Pride weekend? Get the pattern via Ravelry.
Canada turns 150 this year! Get the FREE pattern from Spin A Yarn Crochet.
A yarn bomb planter that works and looks good too! Excellent photograph by Monceau.
This would make a great gift for the Charlie Brown fans in your life … I made some yarn recommendations below! Get the crochet FREE pattern from Knotted Love Crafts. SUGGESTED MATERIALS: This post contains…
This German-style plushie knits up quick – perfect for a gift! His little bear friend Lutz is worked up with the leftover yarn. Horst the Rabbit is designed by by Steffi Hochfellner of Cats &…
Betibettin fuses together crochet and embroidery and the results are incredible! See more of this artist’s innovative and interesting work via YouTube.
The truth is out there! Knit by Katharina, get the Roswell Hat pattern by Alexandra Davidoff via Ravelry.
I love Hiroko‘s dog cosplay! Remember her unicorn? See more of Hiroko’s amazingly detailed work via Flickr.
Beth crocheted a Lorenzo the Llama amigurumi! Get the pattern by Julie Chen, via Ravelry.
Many doilies are crocheted, here’s one that’s knit and it’s lovely too! Get the FREE pattern via Red Heart.
Every so often I come across a pattern like this one that I just can’t get out of my head … The beautiful sweater seen seen here was knit by Cindy (aka Gussie on Ravelry)….
These innovative pieces by Clara Malonda are so inspiring! Read more about her award-winning work via Bucks.