When deciding to learn Crochet, I started a list of bloggers to follow. After suggestions in online crochet groups and from friends, it grew.
So my Top 100 Crochet Blogs post was born 🙂
Have any favorite bloggers not on the list? Let me know here or comment below. Thanks to everyone who gave contributions.
So get out those crochet hooks, find your favorite chair and enjoy the crocheting inspiration.
I reviewed and updated this post on July 5, 2022.
The word “moogly” was created by Tamara Kelly’s daughter when she was a toddler. She used it to describe anything silly.
When Tamara started a mommy blog, Moogly was a good fit! In 2011, Tamara opened a crochet and knit business, and Moogly got relaunched.
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Sarah has always been crafty and has had a love of art, crafts, and creating. In 2011 she taught herself how to crochet.
I Love: Sarah’s patterns are inspirational and colorful.
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Toni began her blog back in 2013 to share her knowledge about crochet. Her passion led her to designing patterns.
I Love: Toni’s designs are delightful. I love her pattern – The Veronica Cocoon Cardi, an oversized blanket sweater.
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Kara’s love of crochet started when she was little and would watch her grandmother crochet beautiful afghans and much more.
When she was nine years old, her grandmother gave Kara her hook, which she still has 30 years later, she has been crocheting ever since.
From trying new patterns to designing her own, Kara always has got a crochet project stashed in her bag.
Hopeful Honey by Olivia is where makers gather to make crochet cool again and to change the world one stitch at a time.
As a crochet-wear company with a modern approach to a timeless art form, they are big advocates of the slow fashion movement.
They believe fashion should be made with love and in a sustainable way.
Maria has always loved to create. She remembers making Barbie Doll clothes from fabric scraps at 6.
Crochet has been a passion since she was a kid.
I Love: There is plenty to choose from on Pattern Paradise. Maria has many styles and creations to inspire you.
Bethany’s passion for crochet clearly shows the dedication she has to creating so many beautiful patterns.
Check out my guide to gifts for crocheters for ideas on spoiling yourself or a loved one 🙂
Stephanie loves to crochet Amigurumi. She’s been making them since she was 10, and the love of making them has grown stronger.
Amy Ramnarine is a freelance crochet designer and the owner/blogger behind The Stitchin’ Mommy.
She has been crocheting since 2009 and knitting on and off since 2010.
She started this blog in 2012 to promote her Etsy shop. She found herself focusing on designing patterns than selling finished items.
Arunima learnt to crochet as a teen and finds crocheting a stress buster. She loves to design regular and Tunisian crochet.
I Love: If you love different techniques and stitches when crocheting, Arunima has wonderful Tunisian crochet patterns.
Kim Guzman is a well-known author of Crochet pattern books. Many feature Tunisian crochet designs.
Her business was established in 1998 and she continues to enjoy developing gorgeous patterns.
I Love: Since Kim has been designing for many years, there is plenty of patterns to choose from. (Paid and free.)
Chiwei has been blogging full time for years. Her blog has evolved and is now dedicated to crochet pattern designing.
I Love: Chiwei’s video tutorials are excellent! Her designs are modern and the amigurumi patterns are adorable.
Natalia Kononova is a crochet and knitting designer based near Philadelphia, USA.
I Love: Natalia’s designs are stunning! There are gorgeous sweaters, tees, skirts, dresses, bags, for little ones, home decor, and fiber jewelry.
Lilla Björn means “little bear” in Swedish. Tatsiana originally studied journalism and opera singing.
However, crocheting and knitting have always been a great passion of hers and she is a self-educated designer.
I Love: The designs for mandalas are exquisite. Tatsiana’s designs for home decor are also lovely. Great patterns to choose from.
Lucy, from Attic24, is a mum with three children. She lives with her family in a cozy terraced house on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales in England.
Lucy has a passion for crochet and color and loves to share her creative journey. She hopes you enjoy your peek into her colorful little world!
I Love: Lucy’s writing about her crochet adventures is really engaging. The Crochet Along posts are lovely to read.
Nicole Riley provides free crochet pattern with photos and a video.
All her patterns are designed with functionality, and familiarity in mind. She’s inspired by nature and the everyday.
I Love: Niki’s posts about free crochet patterns are a good resource. Her tutorials focus on different techniques.
Marie is a crochet and knitting blogger, podcaster and teacher. She learned to crochet from her maternal grandmother in the early 80s.
I Love: Marie is a prolific crocheter and supports other crochet designers by regularly joining them together in a common event.
Her patterns and Crochet Alongs are gorgeous.
Kinga is a self-confessed crochet addict and is living in Germany with her husband and three children.
Her crochet adventure began in 2012 when she created a Facebook page to share her work, links to free crochet patterns and crochet videos.
I Love: There are resourceful posts on Kinga’s site. Free pattern roundups and helpful tutorials.
Marly learned to crochet in 1999 from her grandmother. Marly is a designer for crochet and knitting, teacher and the host of Yarn Thing.
I Love: Marly designs patterns for small to 3X.
Ashlea shares her passion for yarn and crocheting. She also blogs about her home, food and her family’s experience of Congenital Heart Defect.
I Love: Ashlea’s crochet designs are gorgeous and her tutorials are helpful. Lots of great tips for those who are new to crochet.
Ashlea also has a thriving Facebook community.
Esther lives in The Netherlands. Crocheting is a big love of Esther’s. She hopes to inspire others with the topics she writes about.
I Love: Esther has fabulous video tutorials and her writing is engaging. It includes her crafting journey.
In 2007, Jessie became a stay at home mom to twin girls. She started Jessie At Home to share stories of the girls with her family.
Niki adores crochet. She’s self-taught and has three boys. She loves her family, her garden, and her bike.
I Love: Niki’s patterns are lovely. The trio of cupcakes looks like fun to do. She provides free patterns.
Her gorgeous designs for babies and toddlers are in her Etsy Shop.
Olga Poltava’s blog is all about lacy crochet, hence the name.
Lucia is from a small village in northern Italy but has been living in Scotland for over 25 years.
She started to crochet when she was young during her summer holidays in Tuscany with her family under a massive Fig Tree.
It was an oasis for chatting, learning crochet, knitting plus cooking. Lucia has created a virtual Fig Tree where people gather.
I Love: On my wish list of projects I’d like to make is one of Lucia’s blanket designs – The Eastern Jewels blanket.
It’s based on the original Persian Jewels blanket design by Janie Crowfoot. It’s stunning!
Scandinavians Arne Nerjordet and Carlos Zachrison are designers, textile artists, and authors.
Their work is influenced by their life in rural Norway.
They work under their artist name ARNE & CARLOS, which they established in 2002.
I Love: Known for their knitting designs and projects, Arne and Carlos have a variety of patterns and tutorials for crochet.
Deja Jetmir is the designer from Knit and Crochet Ever After.
She’s been crocheting for over 20 years, taught by her great-grandmother. Deja has designed crochet patterns for over 8 years.
Kathy Lashley has been crocheting for over 30 years. In December 2012, she started a small business. ELK stands for Emory Lashley Kathy.
She married Emory in 2009, and he has supported and given her encouragement.
Susan began crocheting as a nine-year-old, taught by her grandmother. Her first project was a long scarf for her father.
Years later, she was inspired by lovely crochet blogs, and picked up a hook and began crocheting again.
Cylinda’s goal is to bring customers the enjoyment of patterns. Having enjoyed other needle arts, she discovered her calling with crochet.
Olena loves crocheting, cooking, gardening, doing all kinds of crafts and she wishes she’d had more time for doing all these things.
She grew up in Ukraine, and Olena’s mother taught her how to knit and crochet when she was a young girl.
Michelle was taught to knit at a young age by her grandmother. Her daughter joined a crochet club at school, and Michelle’s interest grew.
She picked up a how-to CD, yarn and hooks, and her great love began.
I Love: There are fabulous crochet blanket patterns kids adore. The patterns Michelle designs are modern and use high-quality yarns.
Alex expands your crafting potential.
She’s posted half a dozen crochet along projects and made hundred little dolls based on her favorite fandom characters.
Drew Emborsky started this blog to showcase his favorite hobby; crochet. He designs knit and crochet patterns full time.
He has authored 9 books and has been featured on T.V. He teaches classes at fiber-related events and cruises.
Mo is a textile designer, color enthusiast, and delighted with all things bright and beautiful.
Kathryn from Crafternoon Treats got back into craft later in life and has been sharing her passion for crochet on her blog and podcast.
Mistie has 5 children who keep her busy and brings her joy. She started crocheting in 2004 and began designing patterns in 2007.
Leslie began blogging about her adventures of crochet from her kitchen counter in Raleigh, North Carolina. She hopes others join her.
It wasn’t until her mid-teens Ashley became interested in crochet. Her mother taught her.
Amber, the designer behind Divine Debris loves to crochet and design. Her mother taught her to crochet when she was little.
Dragana Savkov Bajic, the crochet designer behind Dada’s Place stumbled upon an amigurumi picture and fell in love.
I Love: Dada’s Place is full of color and creativity. I like the Fenya Vintage Blanket design.
Sonja van der Wijk was inspired by seeing crochet animals in a local shop was the inspiration for her to learn to crochet.
I Love: You’re bound to fall in love with the crochet animal patterns featured on Sonja’s site. They’re adorable.
Vendula used to knit in her childhood. Her Mum taught her how to knit and crochet with patience and precision.
Eddie Eckman is a knit and crochet teacher, designer and editor.
Kerri lives in Queensland, Australia and was taught to crochet by her Grandmother when she was a child.
Kristine began designing patterns in 2007 when a friend had a baby. She spent weeks looking for a blanket, but couldn’t find one.
Kristine realized she loved designing and has never looked back.
I Love: Kristine’s stitch guides are helpful. A proud member of the Amercian Crochet Guild, she supports other crochet designers.
Sandra lives in a little village in Bedfordshire with Bertie, miniature dachshund and Stanley, her affectionate cat.
Her interests include crochet, knitting and thinking up new patterns.
I Love: Sandra’s experiments with different yarns and patterns are wonderful. Her podcast covers lots of crafty goodness.
Heather is a busy working wife and a mum of two young daughters and lives in Staffordshire, UK. She shares her love of all things yarn.
Christine is the designer behind Sweet Potato. Her Grandmother passed down the ability to crochet. She began designing patterns in 2011.
Want more inspiration? See my post on crochet magazines.
Susie is the writer and pattern designer for Oui Crochet. Her site is full of patterns, tutorials, and information on all things Crochet!
Sonya Blackstone learned basic crochet when she was in her late teens. She picked it up again in her twenties and hasn’t stopped.
I Love: Sonya’s designs often feature holiday inspiration. There are patterns for hats, gloves, accessories, mittens, and bags.
Ashlee Elle is the voice behind The Dream Crochet Blog. Her blog shares the love she has for crochet, crafts and DIY.
Marie aka Rie lives in Hobart, Tasmania in Australia. She has a passion for crochet and sewing. Her blog was her way to share her talents.
Sarah Shrimpton is a writer, blogger and designer. She has authored books like Super Size Crochet and Beginner’s Guide To Crochet.
I Love: Sarah’s love for designing crocheted garments, accessories and home decor shines through in the patterns she shares.
Janet is a crochet designer and blogger and is based in California. Her passion is amigurumi and baby items.
I Love: Her crocheted Amigurumi designs are adorable!
Lynne Rowe is a knit and crochet fanatic and can’t imagine a day without picking up her needles or hook and creating.
I Love: Lynne writes eloquently and loves to share her knowledge of crafting with others. She loves to interview people.
Melinda is a crochetaholic. When she’s not crocheting, she likes to spend time with her mum, and her stash of yarn!
Twinkie Chan designs and crochets fun, food-themed accessories like cupcake scarves, hamburger mitts, and hot dog purses.
Rachel Choi founded Crochet Spot in 2009, right out of her Philadelphia home, as an adventure to share her crochet patterns with the world.
When Elena was ten, her grandmother taught her to crochet. The site is named after her. Elena invites you to join her in the journey.
She provides free and paid patterns to her popular designs.
Michelle and Anne have been friends for ages even though they live on different sides of the world (Australia and Germany).
They share a common passion but they also blog about Australia, Germany, food and stuff they like.
I Love: If you love color, the patterns on this site are lovely. There are no featured pics on their pattern page, you need to click on each link.
This site shares great free patterns and crochet tutorials.
Seona began crocheting to honor her Grannie. She teaches others to learn the art of crochet.
Rachel started her blog in 2012. It’s a place to track crafting projects.
Angunn Santini is Norwegian, living outside Rome with her Italian husband. Her mother taught her to sew, knit and crochet.
Jennifer Christensen was taught to crochet at a young age. On her site she shares her pattern designs and her stories.
I Love: Jennifer is fond of the crocodile stitch and her patterns feature this unique stitch. She also has amigurumi patterns.
Elizabeth lives in North Carolina and used her blog to share her creative side and love of crochet and knitting.
This site is all about free crochet patterns and tutorials. The owner of the site and host of the tutorials is Michael.
Love crochet? This is a crochet supplies store with a blog and a huge collection of content on everything crochet.
B Hooked Crochet is a crochet and knitting site.
I Love: A selection of free patterns, an ever-growing list of video tutorials and plenty of helpful articles. Brittany has an excellent podcast.
This Crochet blog, run by the popular crafting blog and website, Craft Gossip, is a favorite of people for a reason.
A lifestyle and crochet blog run by Sarah-Jayne, a therapist from the UK. She’s been blogging for about eight years.
CGOA Now is the blog of the Crochet Guild Of America. An organisation that’s been going for years.
Shehnaaz, who was always moving due to her husband’s job, starting a crochet blog was solace. She’s now a pattern designer.
I Love: The slogan of Crochet Dreamz is “Trendy Crochet Patterns,” mixing timeless crochet with modern touches and colors.
A universe of crochet, imagine that! Crochetverse isn’t exactly that, but it’s a website full of information and tips.
I Love: Tips, tutorials, patterns and more abound here! The trouble is knowing where to start reading!
This is an online store that sells information and a wide range of books, hooks, threads and supplies.
I Love: The tutorials and tips are helpful.
Marily Smith is the creator of the craft store Lyn’s Crafts. She’s from the Philippines, and creating crochet patterns is her full-time job.
Knitting & Crochet is run by a wife and husband team Amy & Mike. Amy is the craft expert, and Mike loves tech and photography.
I Love: Packed with info and patterns, which are created by Amy with incredible skill and detail.
About: Mei is a Japanese woman who loves to crochet Amigurumi, which is where the name of her blog, amiguruMEI came from.
Yarnspirations is a successful yarn, knitting, and crochet supplies site. They’re known for having high-quality materials and yarn.
Berroco Inc. is a yarn dyer, manufacture and design studio based in Uxbridge, Massachusetts. Get a behind the scenes look.
Julie Desjardins is a French-Canadian crochet designer who loves everything crochet and creative.
I Love: Julie loves to make modern, colorful crochet patterns. Her site has helpful product and book reviews, and crochet workshops.
A successful knit and crochet designer with over ten years in her field, Emma Varnam loves to make.
I Love: Emma has created books on crochet, all with positive reviews. She also has helpful video tutorials.
FiberFlux, a site about all things “Stitchy” belong to Jennifer, a knitter, and crocheter. She has a background in fine art.
I Love: An excellent blog for everything fiber arts, she publishes exclusive, great tutorials for easy crafts.
Maya Kuzman is a textile and crochet pattern designer, who loves all things bohemian. She loves to be creative and share her work.
I Love: She’s creative and talented at what she does. Mixing vintage styles with a bohemian flair makes for fantastic creations.
Dedri from Look What I Made wasn’t always the enthusiastic crocheter she is. She used to be passionate about baking.
Cindy, or RecycleCindy as she is known on her blog, was always enthusiastic about helping the environment and crochet.
In 2008, she created My Recycled Bags, combining those loves.
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