Enroll in our FREE Meet the Makers virtual event and get a BONUS Garden Walk blanket pattern from Rachele Carmona as our thank you!

Inspiring Creatives + Crochet = The Art of Crochet Blankets

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Do you love crocheting beautiful blankets? Want to expand your pool of inspiration? Are you interested in designing your own unique afghans?

Join Rachele Carmona and other crocheters from around the globe as they embark on an exclusive adventure. The Art of Crochet Blankets’ Meet the Makers is a unique 3-week virtual event that will introduce you to a new world of inspiration.

Plus, when you sign up, you’ll receive the Garden Walk blanket project designed by Rachele as a FREE BONUS.

The Garden Walk blanket pattern is our gift to YOU!

Inspired by the beautiful work of potter Leigh Anne Thompson of ElanPottery.com, Rachele has designed this bold, graphic crochet afghan. It’s your FREE gift for joining our exclusive Meet the Makers event.

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Meet the Makers

Join author Rachele Carmona as she shares new sources of inspiration for your crochet designs.

SOFT TOUCHES TO HARD SURFACESMeet weaver Maryanne Moodie and cement tile artist Caitlin Dowe-Sandes. From the soft fibers being woven into modern tapestry designs to the rock hard surfaces of decorative tile design, crocheted texture and patterns get a jolt of inspiration.

DIGITAL EFFECTS TO CLEVER CUT OUTSMeet digital artist Francisco Valle and paper cutter Maud Vantours. Whether lost in the world of computer design or going analog with paper and scissors, these makers inspire bold blanket style.

BOLTS OF COTTON TO STUNNING STITCHESMeet fabric designer April Rhodes and quilter Tula Pink. Two powerhouse cloth experts see their iconic cotton patterns and quilt designs interpreted into on-trend, jaw-dropping crochet projects.