Devotees of crochet will refuse to let sweaty fingers get in their way of crocheting – even under the heat! Those sticky fingers cannot come between you and your beloved crochet. Even if you have to keep wiping away the dampness that clings onto your work.
When I noticed that June is just around the corner, I went into a panic mode! Suddenly, flashbacks from my New Year’s resolution is hanging visibly in front of me. Seriously, the idea to share your New Year’s resolutions is not an option that you can take lightly.
The effects of daylight are exhilarating and energising. The results are due to longer days, and shorter nights. Naturally, our body goes into a perk-up mode, as if there are a good supply of energy in the reserve tank! This new power gives a perfect opportunity to revive those little fingers to catch up on crochet.
St Valentine is a third-century Roman saint remembered on February 14 of each year. During the high Middle Ages, he was associated with a tradition of ‘courtly love’.
Building a smooth relationship between the crochet hook, the yarn and me can be challenging, but learning how to crochet can also be a lot of fun too. Today, I will share some of the ways that have taught me how to crochet.
Autumn is probably a favourite time to learn how to crochet. The days are getting cooler, and there are less outdoor activities to take part to stay active. So, it can be quite cosy to cuddle up with some yarn and a hook to start crocheting. Also, it’s much easier to find inspiration to start a new project, since you’re heading towards the festive season.