10 Best Crochet Blogs

Hello Everyone. Sorry it has been such a busy past little bit I haven’t been able to write anything. I decided to put together this list of some of my favorite crochet blogs. I hope you enjoy:

Crochet is an exciting and productive craft. With yarn and a needle, you can create anything you want.

Crochet can be a hobby where you enjoy your free time or fill the time waiting in line for anything. It can be a way to personalize gifts and items for your home and loved ones. It can also be a way to make a living by selling your crochet products. Crochet blogs are a place for you to learn different patterns and watch tutorials. Looking for an open platform to master the craft and learn new stitches, patterns, and techniques?

In this article, we’re here with the 10 best crochet blogs you can follow.

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1.  Knit & Crochet

Edie Eckman is a crocket teacher and designer. She created the blog Knit & Crochet. She also wrote a few books about crochet, like Crochet Motifs and The Crochet Answer Book. Not only has she invented and designed several patterns, but she’s also a certified crochet and knitting teacher. She gives online courses on myblueprint.com and CreativeBug.com.

2.  Yarnspirations

Yarnspirations offers free patterns and tutorials for you to follow. It’s an excellent place to start if you’re a beginner or wishing to learn new patterns. Yarnspirations has social media accounts on Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube. On each of them, you’ll find tutorials and tips to help you with your crochet skills. You can also find different types of yarn, threads, and crochet brands’ products in their online store.

3.  The Crochet Crowd

The Crochet Crowd is a blog where you can find articles on different stitches and crochet knitters. They also upload tutorials and videos on their YouTube channel to help you learn and master different patterns. On their blog, you’ll find endless options to different items knitted in crochet and a detailed step by step article on how to make each of them.

4.  AmiguruMEI

AmiguruMEI is a crochet blog dedicated to making crochet stuffed animals or dolls. Mei is the owner of this blog, and on it, she shares some of her favorite patterns and tutorials. Amigurumi is the art of creating animals, dolls, and little creatures from yarn. It’s basically making crochet or knitted small stuffed animals. On the blog, you’ll find two main sections. The first will lead you right to the patterns and tutorials. There, you’ll find pictures, articles, and stories about different amigurumi. The second is an archive for all the posts and uploads back to 2012. The archive is sorted by year and month. This way, you can easily navigate around different posts and find what you need.

5.  Cherry Heart

Sandra is a wife and mother who fell in love with crochet. She found her talent and passion for crochet from early on and she created the Cherry Heart crochet blog in 2009. On her blog, you’ll find several patterns and interesting tutorial videos.You’ll also find a Podcast linked to her YouTube Channel for more crochet talk and shared experience. If you’re a mom who’d like to learn crochet, Sandra is someone who you might be able to relate to and learn from.

6.  The Crochet Dude

Who said crochet is only a lady’s hobby? Because The Crochet Dude is here to prove it’s a talent and skill for everyone. The Crochet Dude blog has sections for different items, like home decor, baby, accessories, and more. You’ll also find sections for tutorials and videos to help you learn different patterns, stitches, and crochet skills. What’s interesting about this blog is a section titled “The Crochet Dude Stitch Dictionary”. It’s practically a list of all kinds of stitches with a description and an explanatory video of the stitch.

7.  Lilla Bjorn’s Crochet World

“Lilla Bjorn” is Swedish for “little bear”. Tatsiana, the creator of the blog, expresses her love for cold weather, fresh air, and little bears through crochet. Believe it or not, Tetsiana learned crochet since kindergarten. Her love for crochet grew with her and she shares it through the blog. On her blog, you’ll find an adorable collection of free patterns and tutorials. She also included a section where she posts her reviews of various crochet products, like needles and yarn.

8.  Moogly

Moogly was the name chosen, or rather coined by Tamara’s toddler daughter. Tamara started her blog as a mom-blog. Later on, she decided to dedicate it to crochet. On Moogly, there are plenty of tutorials on how to make crochet items for decor and accessories. There are also free and paid crochet patterns that you can use.

9.  Divine Debris

On Divine Debris you will find a variety of patterns and designs. You can also sign up for a weekly newsletter, updating you and providing interesting crochet-related topics. Divine Debris dedicates a detailed article for each piece, explaining how it was made and what material was used. We think it’s a great platform for beginners to learn all about crochet.

10.  Stitching Together

Stitching Together is a crochet blog dedicated to modern crochet.

Jessica is a wife and mother of three who has fallen in love with crochet. From blankets, throws, and pillows, to hats and scarves, she has them all covered. In her blog, she offers a collection of tutorials as well as a quick shop where you can buy crochet favorites. She also has a section for each kind of crochet products. She also has a section for “Resources”. That’s where she shares her experience with different crochet products and brands. She reviews items, like needles and yarn, and she lists her go-to brands.

To Wrap Up

Crochet is a craft you can practice anywhere, any time. Following crochet blogs helps you widen your horizons on different techniques and projects. Mastering crochet can also be turned into a business where you can sell your products. There’s a growing market for crochet products starting from personal items, home decor, to even stuffed animals and dolls. We’re sure that you’ll find these blogs useful and interesting!

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