Over the last few days, there has been a real shake up within the fibre community about inclusivity. One that I am glad to see and fully support. The Crochet Circle Podcast always has been and always will be about sharing our wonderful fibre related hobbies and talents. Being perfectly honest, I would have previously said that the podcast was an inclusive place, however, having read so many of the comments from our community, it is clear that I can do more on both a personal level and within the podcast. I am generally a woman of actions...
Review of wild wood yarn by Erika Knight I first learned of this yarn in early 2018 and was instantly excited about it. I love the idea of blending sustainable fibres to bring strength and durability as I step ever further from nylon blended yarns. If you haven't come across nettle fibres in yarn before, then you can do some more digging here. A general webs search for nettle fibres will yield a lot of readying. The review I was sent a skein of 'wild wool' in the colour 'mooch' by Erika Knight, so that I could review it. If you...
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A quickie little freebie crochet intarsia project of a Christmas cracker.
You can use it for giving little gifts or as a cracker garland.
There's a full photo tutotial in case you are new to intarsia crochet.
Well hello there fellow sock crocheters! This is the second post in a Blog Hop for the Sock CAL 2018. Last week, Tamara from @craftyescapism kicked it all off with her blog post on ‘Sock Making Tips’. Next Saturday (29th) the blog is hopping over to Caroline from Mind and Muse Crafts as she takes us through ‘To knit or to crochet? That is the question’ and on the Sunday it hops again to Deanne of Addydae Designs as she tackles ‘Sock Anatomy’. I have popped links to all of the blog hop contributors at the bottom of the blog....