Hairpin Lace Refashion

When it comes to hobbies, I push myself to try new things. I'm not sure if this is due to my hyperactive Pinterest-ing disorder, an excess of caffeine, or possibly some sort of mania. Fast forward to the point: something I've been experimenting with recently is hairpin lace. Hairpin lace is a technique that wraps... Continue Reading →

Tattered Fairy Vest

I wind up making a lot of bright pieces because I love playing with color, but I have a personal bias for earthy tones and neutrals (like over half of the things I own are brown. I love brown). So when I was thinking about the color scheme for this Forest Fae Vest pattern I... Continue Reading →

Time and Tied

My ideas have seemed a bit dammed up lately, to be honest. Not for lack of inspiration, and not even for lack of time  - okay, maybe a little bit for lack of time. Even though I have tons of time to work on crochet et cetera, it never seems to be enough for the... Continue Reading →

Lotus Mandala Duster

After seeing some great circular vests and talking about them with a fellow crocheter last festival, I came home inspired to do something I've had in my notebook for a while - rework my Lotus Throw pattern into a mandala-based circular vest! Which I did, and actually I did twice, which is why this post... Continue Reading →

T-Shirt Rug Tutorial

Here's another project that fits firmly into the "tired of staring at it because it's been sitting on my desk for over a year so I might as well finish it" category! There's no real reason that it took me so long to finish, other than I got continuously distracted by other projects and lost... Continue Reading →

The Sweet and the Sass

  Yep, used to be a boring, unwanted, lonely, sad white sweater. Don't get me wrong, it's not that sweaters aren't good enough. Some of my best friends are sweaters. But I could see this sweater was suffering, yearning for a transformation, wanting desperately to better itself. So I pulled out the lovely yarn (a... 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 →

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