Holidaze

I'm so grateful for the gorgeous autumn we've had here this year, and the abundant opportunities to go play outside before the weather got truly chilling. Now unfortunately my toes are icicles when I go out to exercise in the morning and the slush season appears imminent, but why bemoan that when I have a... Continue Reading →

Morel Mushroom Video

I'm very pleased to bring you all another a full length, real-time crochet tutorial video today! This one demonstrates the making of my Morel Mushroom secret pouch, a cute fungus shaped pocket on a chain loop with an adjustable mushroom cap topper. The written pattern for this handy project is available for free on my... Continue Reading →

Video Game Guy Backpack Tutorial

Let's say for the sake of imagination that there's a story featuring an adventurous youth and his acerbic canine best friend, who live in a slightly macabre and trippy video game world and have adventures. We'll call it "Adventuring Friends." I think that in that world, they'd probably have a sentient portable video game console.... Continue Reading →

PBT: Wrap-Up

This post is part of a series of tutorials on how to create your own unique crochet pixie pocket belt – to read more about this series visit the Intro page. Maybe it's just because I worked on the tutorial for this so much, but this newest pixie pocket belt may be my favorite ever. To... Continue Reading →

Simple Stylish Market Bag

For the grocery store, farmer's market, or even beach - these cotton mesh bags are incredibly useful, expandable, and durable. Plus they take up virtually no space when empty. AND they're super easy to crochet. Update 11/2020: I've completely revamped this design, please see this new, still-free version with improved tutorials and sizes! 🙂 :)... Continue Reading →

Upcycled Market Bag

Remember these guys from my Lazy Luna project? The bright red yarn wrapped around my spindle and niddy noddy is a 100% cotton fiber that I had unraveled from one of my copious amounts of thrift store sweaters and then re-spun to tighten the plies. But once that was finished, I had a sturdy, screamingly-red... Continue Reading →

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