Join Brenda K.B. Anderson to learn how to make a crochet pencil pouch. This playful bag can house all the school supplies: glue, scissors, crayons, markers, erasers, tape, and of course pencils! The extra details, such as stripes and spike stitches, keep the crocheting interesting, and make the finished piece really stand out. Click here to download the material list and instructions!
This project is dedicated to those of you who love using up scrap yarn! Made of 8 colorful granny squares and a bit of single crochet, this whimsical bag is the perfect size to hold your crocheting essentials and your current small-scale project. This zippered pouch is fully lined – but don’t let that scare you away! Brenda will show you how to add the zipper and make the simple lining – it’s easy. We promise!Watch Now >>
The Irish-ish Lace Cowl was inspired by the rich tradition of Irish Crochet Lace. Normally the flower and leaf motifs would be created first, and then joined together while the lace background is created. For this project, to keep things simple, the cowl is created first and the leaves and flowers are stitched to the…Watch Now >>
Reminiscent of the scales of a dragon, this lace pattern is bold enough to stand out, even when worked in a self-striping yarn. Tassels and semi-precious stone beads dress up this shawl, adding weight to the ends to create a beautiful drape and keep the shawl in place. Make sure to download the free Firedrake…Watch Now >>