Between homeschooling three children, keeping two blogs and publishing knitting patterns, Christine Guest spends a lot of time at her local library. So much time, in fact, that library’s architecture actually inspired a recent design! Read more
Posts tagged ‘crochet’
You might say that Lisa Clarke inherited her love of crochet from her grandmother. More specifically, she inherited 123 granny squares when her grandmother passed away in 2011. She then taught herself how to crochet and used her granny’s squares to make special gifts for other members of her family. It wasn’t long before she was hooked and designing patterns of her own! Read more
I have to say that I really enjoyed reading all of your comments for our Santa Cocoon Giveaway! Whether you’re expecting a new addition to the family or simply wanting to share your talents with others, it is nice to see so much generosity. Not that I’m surprised…crocheters and knitters are the best! Read more
Adriana Aguirre has been crocheting and knitting for years, but she only recently started designing. She published her first three amigurumi crochet patterns this year, all inspired by animals she loves. Read more
Lorna Watt likes to knit fast and crochet creatively. And she uses both of these talents for good. For every item she sells, she donates a tree to The Nature Conservancy. She’s like a superhero with an Esty shop – saving the planet one design at a time. Read more
I love when designers share their knitting inspiration. If you’re like me, you’ll want to check out tomorrow’s KnitBits.
It’s official: the first snowflakes of the season are falling outside the Berroco office! And what better way to spend a snowy day than tangled in yarn working on a new project? With that in mind, I’m sharing a few independently designed patterns using Berroco yarn.