Creative Crochet Corner is your go-to online resource for crochet instruction, ideas, and information – a community where enthusiastic crocheters can come together to spark their creativity and create beautiful projects.
At Creative Crochet Corner, we know that crochet goes beyond being a hobby – it’s a lifestyle. We want to nourish your creativity by inspiring you with project ideas, teaching new techniques, and connecting with your fellow crocheters.
What We Do
Our main goal is to help you become a better crocheter. We teach through instructional videos led by talented crochet experts. Our instructors walk you through each technique with step-by-step demonstrations, providing their expert tips and tricks.
On the website you’ll find an entire library of crochet videos at your fingertips, with brand-new videos added throughout each month. You’ll also find interesting articles, project ideas, product reviews, Q&As with expert crocheters, and lots more. Make sure to follow our social media pages too – these are great places to ask questions, share your stories, and connect with your fellow crocheters.
Meet Our Experts
Corrina Ferguson, Contributing Editor
Corrina is a knitting designer, instructor, and technical editor based in sunny Florida, where 60 degrees is sweater weather. This lifelong crafter, with an unreasonable amount of love for math, is the author of two knitting books and is always working to use math to make better knitting patterns. Corrina has published designs in a wide variety of magazines, books, knitting websites, and with yarn companies. She also publishes designs under her own brand Craftstar Studios.
Her favorite type of knitter is the adventurous beginner, because there is nothing better than a knitter who is willing and eager to learn. She believes that there is always something new to learn and fun ways to perfect your craft!
Jen Lucas, Contributing Editor
Jen has been knitting for almost 20 years and designing patterns for over a decade. She has designed knit and crochet patterns for yarn companies and magazines and has self-published dozens of patterns. Jen is the author of six knitting books, including the best-selling book, Sock-Yarn Shawls. She loves to create beautiful, fun, and easy-to-follow knit and crochet patterns.
Mary Beth Temple, Contributing Editor
Mary Beth is a long-time designer of knit, crochet and sewing patterns, and lover of any other type of craft that comes across her path! She can often be found crafting by the beach near her home in Wilmington, North Carolina, and makes no guarantees that there won’t be sand in her samples.
With more than a dozen books to her name, Mary Beth is a prolific designer whose independent work can be found under her brand name Hooked for Life. You can check out her doings at www.HookedforLifePublishing.com/blog, and from there visit her various social media outlets. Mary Beth is particularly fond of making videos for her blog and her YouTube channel, www.YouTube.com/c/HookedforLifewithMaryBethTemple.
Mister Domestic, Contributing Editor
Mathew Boudreaux of Mister Domestic lives in the Pacific Northwest with his spouse, daughter, dog, and lots of fabric and yarn. He’s a fabric and pattern designer, sewing instructor, inspirational speaker, consultant, and global influencer with his TikTok, YouTube, and Instagram each set to surpass over 100,000 this year. But hands down, his favorite thing about his craft-journey is the truly inclusive Mister Domestic community that has been created by all of us.
Brenda K. B. Anderson, Contributing Editor
Brenda K. B. Anderson crochets, knits, and sews into the wee hours after her kids have gone to bed. She loves designing stuffies that make her laugh, and accessories that beg to be worn over and over again by her friends and family. Brenda is the author of Beastly Crochet and Crochet Ever After and also teaches a Craftsy Class: Crochet Mittens and Fingerless gloves. She has contributed to several books and numerous magazines including Interweave Crochet, Crochetscene and Knitscene. She lives in a little House in Saint Paul, MN where it is sweater weather nine months out of the year. Brenda blogs about her crafty adventures at Craftsplosion.com.