More serious stuff this week than last, but the posts were just too good to pass up. Click on through to read about misgendering raptors, ~*~sarcasm~*~ online, and lots of other cool stuff!
A social media network just for knitters and crocheters? Sign me up! If you’re looking for a great way to keep track of your projects and get inspired to start new ones, look no further. Ravelry is an amazing resource, and you can get more out of it than you ever dreamed possible.
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Amigurumi look intimidating, but they’re actually surprisingly quick and easy to make, even if you only know how to crochet a chain and make a single crochet. Don’t believe me? I decided to make cat toys for some of my kitty friends for Christmas, and when the initial pattern I found had some confusing bits, […]
To celebrate our birthday, I’m going to crochet for one of our readers something made just for them.
There’s nothing we love more here than unicorns*, so I’m crocheting a custom amigurumi unicorn for one lucky winner!
P-Mag is stylish, and so are its readers. To celebrate our birthday I’ve crocheted one lucky reader a suitably stylish wrap in comfy cotton.
It’s December already! Time to get to work on holiday gifts if you haven’t already (unless you’re already done because Hanukkah was so early this year). If you’re crafting, the days are just flying by, aren’t they?
Last year, I got together with a few friends and spent most Friday nights in November and December crafting. What started as just another idea turned into the most fun I had had in a while, with impressive results and a lot of handmade presents. There were decorated wooden blocks, crocheted Christmas puddings, papercrafts, and […]
My mother taught me how to crochet when I was 28. It took me this long to get into anything remotely crafty – I have never used a sewing machine and would never entertain the idea of darning socks. But that time, I was keen, and I realised crochet is really quite easy (knitting still scares […]
I had the absolute delight to view an example of the Hyperbolic Crochet Coral Reef Project at a local museum yesterday. The project was started in 2005 by Margaret and Christine Wertheim of the Institute For Figuring and was inspired by a presentation by Cornell mathematician Dr. Daina Taimina (read her original paper Crocheting the […]