The short answer is that term “Corner to Corner” (c2c) crochet is used interchangeably to describe both a stitch pattern and a design technique! This article will explain what both versions of the term mean.Keep Reading
I’ve said it before and i have no doubt i’ll say it again but i love just how versatile crochet is. You can shoehorn it in anywhere.
This weekend I’m up in Yorkshire and am stopping in on some friends in Leeds on Saturday night. I went to university there and I will use any excuse I can to visit. My old housemate and her husband run a bar, well a couple actually because they are brilliant at it, but the one in question is called Sela, and you should all visit if you’re ever in the city. I may be biased but it’s still an awesome bar with amazing live music and delicious pizza. They also have a Pizza bus and an Ice-cream van cocktail bar but that is going a little off topic – you can check out their exploits on instagram @selabarleeds
Another Friday has come around, which is fast becoming my new release day, and this week it’s a 100% free pattern!
One of the things I love about crochet is it’s versatility. There’s not much you can’t make with it and if you can’t make it then you can yarnbomb it.keep reading