crochet

Ravelry On-The-Go: Options for Mobile Ravelling

Ravelry On-The-Go: Options for Mobile Ravelling

Last year I spent about six months without an internet connection, and one of the things I missed the most during that time was Ravelry. I had a phone that had browsers capabilities and an occasional 3G signal, but the functionality of Ravlery was lost […]

3KCBWDAY7 – Crafting Balance

3KCBWDAY7 – Crafting Balance

3KCBWDAY7 – Crafting Balance Are you a knitter or a crocheter, or are you a bit of both? If you are monogamous in your yarn-based crafting, is it because you do not enjoy the other craft or have you simply never given yourself the push […]

Gift Tags With Care Instructions For Crochet

Gift Tags With Care Instructions For Crochet

After yesterday’s gift tags for knitters, here are some similar gift tags, but this time for crocheters, at the request in yesterday’s comments from melsdaisypatch. The gift tags can be downloaded for free from here. Note about download: The above link leads to a large, very high […]

FO: Cthulhu Ski Mask

FO: Cthulhu Ski Mask

There are not many things I like more than a nice cup of tea, but it does dribble down my tentacles a bit. You can tell I’m English by the dainty bone china cup I am holding. So yes, the Cthulhu mask is finished and […]

WIP: Cthulhu Mask

WIP: Cthulhu Mask

Have you ever knit or crocheted something with the power to actually scare you? I think this may have been featured in an episode of the X-Files once; the melty wool face episode that gave you nightmares for 6 months and burned the image of […]

WIP: Granny iS Too Hip To Be Square

WIP: Granny iS Too Hip To Be Square

The ‘problem’ with crochet, some would have you believe, is that in the eyes of folk uneducated in the ways of hook twirling it’s all acrylic granny squares. The poor, misunderstood granny square. Coverer of sofas, cushions, and armchair rests throughout the seventies – usually […]