Cotton, and wool, alpaca, and linen, Bright shiny hooks that are itchin' for stitchin', Patterns that fly off my hook make me think, These are a few of my favorite things!
Here you will find many of the things I specifically use in my projects, plus a few more. Find tools, materials, and other crochet related things that I Love! Some of the links on this page are affiliate links, which means I make a commision if you purchase through my link. Which I then put back into my business and designs. Thank you in advance for supporting my small business.
These are some of my favourite hooks because I can crochet for hours and not feel any arthritic pain! I also love these for crocheting bulky and blanket yarn. The long shaft gives you quite a bit of leverage which definitely makes yo and pull through much easier.
If you haven't already checked out the Happily Hooked Magazine then I highly encourage you to do so! This group of talented ladies have put together an amazing crochet community of makers and designers. They are so supportive and are growing! Please go check them out and see all the amazing patterns and people you are missing! Click on the picture or the title to go directly to the website!
I love this company! They do not just make yarn, they make skirts then use the left over material to make yarn! No waste! I love that! What makes their yarn perfect is the materials use. One main material is silk which means you can make wearables that will be close to your skin and not have irritation from the yarn! They have a monthly yarn club or you can also purchase balls of yarn and other materials from their store.
Want to shop on the east side of the Atlantic? We Crochet searches out the finest fibers and fiber artists and gathers them in one place. I have used their Knit Picks yarn on many occasions such as, the Mimosa Square and Vining Vinca. The wool/ acrylic blend is so soft and gentle making it perfect for close contact with skin.
How to read knitting and crochet patterns is the prefect sidekick to any crocheters adventure. I have read the "How to Read Crochet Patterns" ebook myself and learned things I did not know, and I also found clarification to things I was confused about.
This is a great tool to have in your crochet arsenal. It will also make a great gift for the crafty person in your life! Click the button below to get your copy.
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