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Check out Bhooked’s Comfy Chevron Crochet Super Scarf pattern and learn how to make this great scarf featuring Patons Alpaca Blend!
Check out Bhooked’s Staircase Crochet Afghan pattern and learn how to make this great blanket featuring Caron Simply Soft Tweeds!
A super easy Christmas Stocking made with a double strand of Caron Simply Soft yarn! The best thing about this stocking is that it is crocheted in one piece.
This lovely crochet baby blanket, designed by BHooked Crochet, shows off the self striping Bernat Pop! Yarn in a unique way!
Love is in the air! With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, a festive crochet wreath is the perfect handmade piece to add to your holiday décor.
The Yarnspirations Baby Lookbook has me going gaga for wee projects — there is so much cuteness within its virtual pages, I don’t know where to begin…
Perfect for the winter season, this crochet will keep heads warm and looking oh-so-cute! A simple take on my original owl hat.
Based on the classic fairy tale, this Little Red Riding Hood Cape is the perfect crocheted costume accessory for dress up or Halloween!
To celebrate International Yarn Bombing Day (June 8th, in case you missed it), we decided to spread the yarn bombing love around our neighbourhood...
The Yarnspirations team and I are having so much fun with arm knitting, that we thought we’d try arm crocheting (this actually may not have even been a thing
This November citizens of countries all over the world will be donning bright red poppies as a symbol of remembrance.
Hi, I am Sarah Zimmerman, the crochet designer behind the blog Repeat Crafter Me. It is such a treat to be guest posting here at Yarnspirations!
Hi, I am Sarah Zimmerman, the crochet designer behind the blog Repeat Crafter Me. It is such a treat to be guest posting here at Yarnspirations again!
The Cute Crochet Carry-All from the Pic-Knit lookbook caught my eye this month for one big reason – the shaping. But first, a little back story.
This year all three of my kids, for the first time, are in school. The littlest started kindergarten and we’re all still trying to get used to it.
When was the last time you saw a gorgeous ripple throw but thought for sure it would be too complicated for you to make? I’m here to show you how!