Jan 2, 2023
In this podcast episode, Meghan Fernandes, co-founder of Pom Pom Quarterly, explains how she and a friend she met while working at a yarn shop created and launched an independent knitting magazine that now spans two continents.
Jun 20, 2022
Cropped shrugs, sometimes called bodiless sweaters or super crops, are trending in knitting and crochet.
Apr 18, 2022
In this podcast episode, crochet artist London Kaye talks about how she went from being a dancer to working at the Apple Store to creating yarn installations for major brands all over the US.
Jan 17, 2022
Although they’ve been around since colonial times, granny squares are new again! We explore modern applications of the granny square on unique items such as home decor, hair accessories, and sweaters.
Nov 10, 2021
In this webinar, TikTok influencer and crochet designer, Vincent Green-Hite, will show you how TikTok can help your brand grow.
Aug 2, 2021
Crochet designer Alessandra Hayden has made it into the Guinness Book of World Records for the longest marathon crochet session. On May 30, 2021, Hayden, a resident of Gig Harbor, Washington, crocheted for 34 hours and 7 minutes, beating the previous record of 28 hours and five minutes set by two women in 2020.
Jun 18, 2021
Crochet and knit collars are trending right now as a fun way to accessorize your outfit or use up spare materials. We round up some designs and patterns in this edition of What’s New in Craft.
May 25, 2021
Open, airy market and tote bags are a spring and summer trend we have been seeing a lot of lately. Here’s a roundup of where you can find a stylish crochet or macrame bag, or learn to make your own.
Apr 19, 2021
In this podcast episode, Cecilia Neslon-Hurt talks about the development of her career working in diversity, equity, and inclusion both for national corporations and in the fiber arts community.
Mar 1, 2021
Alyson Chu launched a Kickstarter campaign for Moorit, a biannual, print-and-online crochet magazine dedicated to showcasing the dazzling possibilities of the craft many see as marginalized in yarn shops and the handwork media.