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As promised, this week I am bringing you the second half of my list of the best crochet blogs for newbies. By no means is this list exhaustive, but if you follow me on Pinterest and Facebook, you will definitely see posts and links from these bloggers more than most. Many of them offer free patterns, tutorials, and recommendations for all sorts of products to up your crochet (and in some cases knitting) game.
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Practical, earthy, chic. When I visit Sewrella, I know I will find a project that can be used around the house, or by the family. Her designs have a really earthy chic feel to them that I haven’t seen matched anywhere else. She also offers a fantastic subscriptions service, Happy Yarn Mail, that brings unique designs and carefully curated yarn selection right to your door.
7. Lakeside Loops
Classic, modern, clean. One of my absolute favorites, Lakeside Loops never misses with designs that have a crisp clean modern feel without going over the top. Of all the designers out there, Lakeside Loops takes up the most space on my hard drive. I particularly love the crochet rope she uses in her Bryce bag pattern. You can read more about how I used it in another project in my post on the Suzette Stitch Market Tote.
8. Meg Made with Love
Rustic, decorative, trendy. Meg Made with Love is the perfect blog for anyone looking to try something new. From dyeing fiber to crafting home decor, her designs never disappoint. One of my recent favorites is her collection of adorable pumpkins. I had a lot of fun making this plaid one and definitely plan on making some of her other designs in the coming months.
9. All About Ami
Flirty, fun, fresh. Featuring some of the cutest amigurumi designs out there, All About Ami doesn’t stop there. All of her designs carry a fresh fun vibe.
10. The Friendly Red Fox
Sassy, playful, and dare I say, friendly?! This blog is the go to for fun amigurumi patterns. Whether you are looking for something to brighten your mantle, or the perfect plushie friend, she has the pattern you need. Oh, and let’s not forget all of her awesome yarn memes!