Get That Bohemian Look with Crochet

Ever since bell-bottoms, head wraps, and flowy tunics hit the fashion scene in the 1960s, the bohemian-chic look has been a fixture on the runway. As the look evolves with up-to-date colors, fabrics, and accessories, one constant remains: crochet. Crochet is practically synonymous with bohemian style—it’s part of what defines the look, contributing lacy, flowery […]

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If you have an old rug that isn’t what it used to be, today is the day to send it on its way. That’s right, it’s Lumpy Rug Day: the holiday where you take a moment to appreciate the good rugs in your life and say goodbye to the bad. While you’re celebrating Lumpy Rug […]

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I have been going to the New York Sheep and Wool festival every year without fail since I moved to the East Coast from metro Detroit in 2005. It’s an annual excuse to acquire at least a little bit (if not a lot) of interesting yarn. Several years ago, one of those purchases was a […]

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3 Tips for Crocheting Home Décor

As a stitcher, no one needs to tell you what a versatile needlecraft crochet is. This versatility is a big part of what makes it ideal for crocheting home décor. If you haven’t yet sunk your hook into making home dec items, consider these 3 tips to get started: 1. Showcase some not-mass-produced personality. There is […]

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Designer Q&A: Tamara Kelly

Tamara Kelly is the designer and blogger behind Mooglyblog.com, where she shares her crochet patterns (and a few knitting ones, too), video tutorials, and whatever fun yarny goodies she can find. Her new book, Quick Crochet for the Home, recently hit shelves, so I figured this was a great time to sit down for a […]

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