When deciding to learn Crochet, I started a list of bloggers to follow. After many suggestions in various online crochet groups and from friends, my little list grew and grew.
What a great way to launch my new crochet blog, I thought.
So my Top 100 Crochet Blogs post was born 🙂
If you have any favorite bloggers that aren’t on the list, please let me know here or comment below.
Thanks again to everyone who helped me with contributions.
So get out those crochet hooks, find your favorite chair and enjoy the crocheting inspiration.
Moogly Blog by Tamara Kelly
About: The word “moogly” was created by Tamara Kelly’s daughter when she was a toddler. She used it to describe anything wobbly, off-kilter, silly, or teeter-tottery.
When Tamara decided to start a mommy blog a few years later, the name Moogly was a good fit!
Then, she decided mommy blogging wasn’t right for her, but she kept the blog around because she had a crochet pattern she’d written on there.
In 2011, Tamara decided to open a crochet and knit business, and Moogly got stripped down and relaunched to support her commission work.
What We Love: Tamara’s crochet patterns are adorable. She writes patterns for shawls, hats and baby sweaters. There is a library of crochet tutorials both in video and image form that will help you with techniques.
Repeat Crafter Me by Sarah Zimmerman
About: Sarah has always been crafty and has had a love of art, crafts, and creating. In 2011 she taught herself how to crochet and seemed to have unleashed a hidden talent.
She quickly began designing pieces and writing patterns.
What We Love: Sarah’s patterns are inspirational and colorful. There are some fantastic ideas for holidays and gorgeous ideas for kids to wear and accessories. Another one of the gorgeous crochet blogs around.
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A Boy and Bunting by Matt
About: Matt loves to create gorgeous colorful crochet designs and crafts. He started blogging in 2011 with his first blog Crochet and Crafts According to Matt. Now he is regularly featuring his craft projects on this site.
Good news is he sifted through his more popular posts on his old site and has them on A Boy and Bunting.
What We Love: Matt’s crochet patterns are fab! They are full of fun and color and of course there is a pattern for crocheted bunting! You have to check out his Crocheted Clock design, it is adorable.
TL Yarn Crafts by Toni
About: Toni began her blog back in 2013 as a way to share her knowledge about all things crochet. Her passion led her to designing her own patterns. More recently she started a podcast.
What We Love: Toni’s designs are delightful. You should definitely check out her Crochet A Longs, tutorials and her podcast. I love her pattern – The Veronica Cocoon Cardi, an oversized blanket sweater.
Petals To Picots by Kara
About: Kara’s love of crochet started when she was little and would sit and watch her grandmother crochet beautiful afghans, tablecloths, baby clothes, and much more.
When she was nine years old, her grandmother gave Kara her hook for her very own, which she still has now, over 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.
What We Love: There are some great patterns, tips, and tricks to be found on Kara’s site. If you are wanting to learn more about Tunisian crochet, there are some great tutorials.
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Hopeful Honey by Olivia Kent
About: 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.
What We Love: There are some gorgeous patterns to try out such as ponchos, sun hats, backpacks, and sweaters. Olivia also provides easy to follow tutorials for different techniques.
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Pattern Paradise by Maria
About: Maria, from Pattern Paradise, has always loved to create. She can remember making Barbie Doll clothes out of scraps of fabric as early as 6 years old and crochet has been a passion since she was a kid.
Now her passion has led to sharing her patterns and crochet alongs.
What We Love: There is plenty to choose from on Pattern Paradise. Maria has many different styles and creations that will inspire you. There are both free and paid patterns available.
Whistle and Ivy by Bethany
About: Bethany’s passion for crochet clearly shows the dedication she has with creating so many beautiful patterns.
What We Love: There are some fabulous Crochet Alongs, creating Poca the Bear looks fun! Plenty of helpful tips and ideas to inspire you.
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All About Ami by Stephanie
About: Stephanie loves to crochet, specifically Amigurumi. She’s been making them since she was 10, and the love of making them has only grown stronger over time.
What We Love: Her site has a beautiful, pretty design that fits very well. The photography is fantastic, bright and looks great. She’s very talented when it comes to making Amigurumi. One of the top inspirational crochet blogs.
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The Stitchin Mommy by Amy Rammarine
About: 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 help promote her Etsy shop and her finished items. As the blog grew, she found herself solely focusing on designing patterns rather than selling finished items.
Knitter Knotter by Arunima
About: Arunima learnt to crochet as a teen and finds crocheting a stress buster. She loves to design with both regular and Tunisian crochet.
What We Love: If you love different techniques and stitches when crocheting, Arunima has some wonderful Tunisian crochet patterns. The Vajra infinity scarf is lovely.
CrochetKim by Kim Guzman
About: Kim Guzman is a well-known author of Crochet pattern books, many of which feature Tunisian crochet designs. Her business online was established in 1998 and she continues to enjoy developing gorgeous patterns.
What We Love: Since Kim has been designing for many years, there is plenty of patterns to choose from. There are both paid and free versions of crochet patterns.
One Dog Woof by Chiwei
About: Chiwei has been blogging full time for many years. Her blog has evolved over time and is now dedicated to crochet pattern designing.
What We Love: Chiwei’s video tutorials are excellent! They are very clear and easy to understand. Her designs are very modern and the amigurumi patterns are adorable.
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Outstanding Crochet by Natalia Kononova
About: Natalia Kononova is a crochet and knitting designer based near Philadelphia, USA.
What We Love: Natalia’s designs are stunning! There are so many options for gorgeous sweaters, tees, skirts, dresses, bags, for little ones, home decor, and fiber jewelry.
The images are beautiful and there is so much detail in all the designs. You can literally spend hours, just browsing her gallery.
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LillaBjörns Crochet World by Tatsiana
About: 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.
What We Love: The designs for mandalas are exquisite. Tatsiana’s designs for home decor are also lovely. So many great patterns to choose from. Her wide variety of tutorials will help you in your crocheting endeavors.
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Attic 24 by Lucy
About: 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!
What We Love: Lucy’s writing about her crochet adventures is really engaging. The Crochet Along posts are lovely to read as are the designs and ideas shared in each post.
Nicki’s Homemade Crafts by Nicole Riley
About: Nicole Riley provides free crochet pattern with many photos and usually at least one video. This provides extra support for those that are visual learners.
All her patterns are designed with functionality, love, and familiarity in mind. She’s inspired by nature and the things that are part of her everyday world.
What We Love: Niki’s posts about free crochet patterns are a good resource. Her tutorials focus on different techniques and the free patterns she designs are fun.
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Underground Crafter by Marie Segares
About: Marie is a crochet and knitting blogger, podcaster and teacher. She learned to crochet from her maternal grandmother in the early 80s.
What We Love: Marie is a prolific crocheter and is someone who supports other crochet designers by regularly joining them together in a common event.
Her patterns and Crochet Alongs are gorgeous and her honest product reviews are helpful.
My Hobby Is Crochet by Kinga Erdem
About: Kinga is a self-confessed crochet addict and is living in Germany with her husband and three children.
Her crochet adventure began back in 2012 when she created a Facebook page to share her work, links to free crochet patterns and crochet videos.
A year later she started her blog where she loves to do the same. Over the years she has met many wonderful people who share the same love of crochet.
What We Love: There are some resourceful posts on Kinga’s site. Free pattern roundups and helpful tutorials. Her designs are fun and colorful. Her site features designs from other creators which are worth a look.
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Marly Bird by Marlaina
About: Marly learned to crochet in 1999 from her grandmother. Marly is now a well-known designer for crochet and knitting, teacher and the host of her very popular Podcast; Yarn Thing.
Her crafting journey has been an amazing ride and shows no sign of slowing down.
What We Love: The fact that Marly designs patterns for small to 3X shows that she is dedicated to creating designs to suit a wide range of body types.
Her passion for showcasing other designers talents is evident in the interviews she conducts on her podcast.
Heart Hook Home by Ashlea Konecny
About: Ashlea created her blog to share her passion for yarn and crocheting. She also blogs about her home, food and her family’s personal experience of Congenital Heart Defect.
What we love: Ashlea’s crochet designs are gorgeous and her tutorials are super helpful. The range of little people crochet designs are super cute. Lots of great tips for those who are new to crochet.
Ashlea also has a thriving Facebook community that is full of inspiration.
Its All In A Nutshell by Esther
About: Esther lives in The Netherlands. Crocheting is a big love of Esther’s. Her hope is that she can inspire others with the topics she writes about and the crochet goodness she shares.
What We Love: Esther has some fabulous video tutorials and her writing is engaging. It includes her own personal crafting journey and sometimes this involves travel. Her designs for wraps and shawls are lovely.
Jessie At Home by Jessie Rayot
About: In 2007, Jessie became a stay at home mom to twin girls. Shortly after that, she started Jessie At Home as a way to share photos and stories of the girls with her family.
Eventually, she began adding crafty posts in, then patterns, and it just kept evolving until it became the fun crochet, knit, craft and family blog that it is today.
What We Love: There are some great stitch tutorials and free patterns available on Jessie’s site. She does product reviews too.
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Rescued Paw Designs by Krista Cagle
About: Whether you’re brand new to crocheting or you’re a crochet veteran, Krista hopes you’ll find some value in the resources on this blog. She is very thankful that her sister introduced her to yarn.
This led Krista to design patterns and teach crochet. She hopes you will be just as hooked on crochet as she is.
What We Love: Krista’s site is a great resource for free patterns. She often features roundups of free patterns for holidays and special events. Her tutorials are helpful for learning new techniques.
Ayarnyrobin by Nicola Florence
About: Niki from A Yarn Robin and she adores crochet. She is mostly self-taught and has three boys, that are growing fast. She loves her family, her garden, and her bike.
What We Love: Niki’s patterns are lovely. The trio of cupcakes looks like fun to do. She provides some free patterns. Her designs for babies and toddlers can be found in her Etsy Shop. They look lovingly handmade and gorgeous.
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Lil Creates by Lillian
About: Lillian loves experimenting with new designs, colors, and yarns. Crocheted flowers or with a cuff or a button are often a feature of her designs.
A retired teacher who loves to writes and crochet wanted to share the work with a broader audience, and Lil Creates was born.
What We Love: Lil loves to share all her crochet projects and she clearly loves to write. Her posts are engaging.
Lacy Crochet by Olga Poltava
About: Olga Poltava’s blog is all about lacy crochet, hence the name.
What We Love: Olga has provided some excellent tutorials to support the patterns she’s designed. I’d love to create a lace doily one day.
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Lucia’s Fig Tree by Lucia
About: Lucia is originally 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 can gather and create together.
What We Love: On my wish list of projects I’d like to make is one of Lucia’s blanket designs – The Eastern Jewels blanket based on the original Persian Jewels blanket design by Janie Crowfoot. It is simply stunning!
Iniyas World by Iniyaz Richie
About: Iniyaz Richie is a blogger, a mum and a creator of craft.
What We Love: There is lots more to this blog than crochet. Iniya posts about life with her family and travel. What she does share about Crochet are patterns that are easy to do.
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Arne and Carlos by Arne and Carlos
About: Scandinavians Arne Nerjordet and Carlos Zachrison are designers, textile artists, and authors. Their work is highly influenced by their Scandinavian background and their everyday life in rural Norway.
They work under their artist name ARNE & CARLOS, which they established in 2002.
What We Love: More widely known for their knitting designs and projects, Arne and Carlos have a variety of patterns and tutorials for crochet.
Knit and Crochet Ever After by Deja Joy
About: Deja Jetmir is the designer from Knit and Crochet Ever After. She has been crocheting for over 20 years, having been taught by her great-grandmother. Deja has been designing crochet patterns for over 8 years.
What We Love: Although Deja doesn’t seem to be regularly blogging, her patterns are worth a look and her videos tutorials are a wealth of information.
ELK Studio by Kathy Lashley
About: Kathy Lashley has been crocheting for over 30 years. Her teacher taught her how to crochet. In December 2012, she wanted to start a small business. ELK stands for Emory Lashley Kathy.
She married Emory in 2009, and he has supported and given her encouragement.
What We Love: There is plenty of pattern inspiration both free and paid to be found on Kathy’s site. Plus video tutorials and fun to do Crochet Alongs.
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Felted Button by Susan Carlson
About: Susan began crocheting as a nine-year-old, taught by her grandmother. Her first project was a very long scarf for her father.
After many years later, she was inspired by some lovely crochet blogs, and picked up a hook and began crocheting again.
What We Love: Felted Buttons is packed full of colorful designs. Superb blankets, home decor patterns plus scarfs and hats. There are both free and paid patterns available.
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Crochet Memories by Cylinda
About: Cylinda’s goal is to bring customers the enjoyment of working patterns they receive. Having enjoyed many other needle arts, she discovered her calling with crochet and almost everything else was forgotten.
She loves vintage patterns and the look of lace.
Ellen Gormley by Ellen Gormley
About: Ellen Gormley designs easy crochet patterns that help you save money, using affordable yarns.
Golden Lucy Crafts by Olena
About: GOlena 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. Since then, knitting, crocheting, and sewing have been a part of her life.
MJs Off The Hook Designs by Michelle Moore
About: Like many, Michelle was taught to knit at a young age by her grandmother. In Fall 2012 her daughter joined a knitting and crocheting club at school, and Michelle’s interest grew.
She picked up a how-to CD, some yarn and a couple of hooks, and her great love of crochet began.
What We Love: There are some fabulous crochet blanket patterns that kids will adore. The patterns that Michelle designs have a modern look and use high-quality yarns.
Two Hearts Crochet by Alex Mikkelborg
About: Alex helps you to expand your crafting potential by providing lots of free crochet patterns.
Over the last three years of crochet, she’s posted half a dozen crochet along projects and made about a hundred of little dolls based on her favorite fandom characters.
What We Love: Alex’s patterns are fun and often as she herself describes as ‘geeky’. There are amigurumi patterns, crochet alongs, garments, scarves, home decor and patterns for pets.
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The Crochet Dude by Drew Emborsky
About: Drew Emborsky started this blog to showcase his favorite hobby; crochet. One thing led to another and he was designing 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 sometimes even cruises.
What We Love: Drew’s crochet designs are wonderful. There is something for everyone. The designs for men are definitely worth taking a look at.
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CrochetObjet by Moran
About: Mo (Moran) is a textile designer, color enthusiast, and delighted with all things bright and beautiful.
Crafternoon Treats by Kathryn
About: Kathryn from Crafternoon Treats got back into craft later in life and has been sharing her passion for crochet on her blog and podcast. Inspired by her own Mum, who was an avid crafter.
Kathryn’s craft pursuits have bought much joy to her life.
American Crochet by Mistie Bush
About: Mistie is the mother of 5 children who keep her busy and brings her joy regularly. She started crocheting in 2004 and began designing patterns in 2007.
It didn’t take her long to realize that crocheting, caring, and designing was her passion.
What We Love: Plenty of crafty goodness and crochet patterns available on Mistie’s site. Simple patterns to follow for bags, blankets and more.
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Crochetbug by Leslie Stahlhut
About: Leslie began blogging about her adventures of crochet from her kitchen counter in Raleigh, North Carolina. She started with the hope that others will join her on this journey that moves forward one stitch at a time.
What We Love: Leslie writes beautifully and her eclectic patterns are funky and fun. There are pattern tutorials and tips and tricks that are helpful.
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Cream Of The Crop Crochet by Ashley
About: Having had an interest in craft on and off since she was little, it wasn’t until her mid-teens that Ashley became interested in crochet. Her mother originally taught her some techniques.
Later her crocheting passion grew in earnest and so did her designing efforts. The Cream of the Crop Crochet site began and now it is operated by another passionate crafter Brittany Lynch.
Divine Debris by Amber
About: Amber, the designer behind Divine Debris loves to crochet and design. Her mother taught her to crochet when she was little, but she didn’t pick it up again until she was in her 20’s and working in a craft store.
In her crochet journey, Amber found that she loves designing because of the creative aspect and is always thinking of new designs and drawing inspiration from just about everything.
Dadas Place by Dragana Savkov Bajic
About: Dragana Savkov Bajic, the crochet designer behind Dada’s Place and her crochet adventure, when she stumbled upon an amigurumi picture on the Internet and instantly fell in love with the cute little crochet animals.
Since then, Dragana has never put her hook down.
What We Love: Dada’s Place is full of color and creativity. I particularly like the Fenya Vintage Blanket design. The amigurumi patterns that Dragana creates are gorgeous.
Amanda Perkins Crochet Blankets by Amanda Perkins
About: Amanda Perkins loves to experiment with color and shape, her crocheted blanket designs highlight these qualities.
All of the blankets are made using simple crochet techniques and should be do-able for everyone from ambitious beginners to experts.
Amanda believes crochet should be fun and stress-free.
What We Love: Such a kaleidoscope of color to be found in Amanda’s designs. They would be bring joy to any home. The creation of one of her blankets would be such fun.
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Sons Popkes by Sonja van der Wijk
About: Sonja van der Wijk was inspired by seeing crochet animals in a local shop was the inspiration for her to learn to crochet.
She adored the old school look and texture of these stuffed animals and immediately started fantasizing about which animals she would crochet and how they should look.
Her designs are all made with wool and the animals always have a playful element.
What We Love: You are bound to fall in love with the crochet animal patterns featured on Sonja’s site. They are truly adorable.
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Magic With Hook and Needles by Vendula Maderska
About: Vendula used to knit in her childhood. Her Mum taught her how to knit and crochet. She made, what her Mum made, with patience and precision training.
She likes to show that crochet can be fun, colorful, fashionable and cool. She uses many details in her work and thinks that small detail can change something ordinary to something special!
What We Love: Vendula’s patchwork crochet patterns are delightful. I really like the modern take she has with her designs. They do look cool!
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Edie Eckman by Edie Eckman
About: Eddie Eckman is a knit and crochet teacher, designer and editor.
Kerris Crochet by Kerri Brown
About: Kerri lives in Queensland, Australia and was taught to crochet by her Grandmother when she was a child. She has won awards for her crocheting in the past and has continued to crochet throughout her life.
What We Love: There are some great tutorials for beginners. Kerri’s designs feature crochet applique for animals, vehicles, home decor and accessories.
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Ambassador Crochet by Kristine
About: Kristine began designing patterns in 2007 when a friend of hers had a baby. She spent two weeks looking for a preemie blanket she liked, but couldn’t find what she was looking for.
So, instead, Kristine set out on a journey to create something that appealed to her own tastes. She realized she loved designing and has never looked back.
What We Love: Kristine’s stitch guides are super helpful. A proud member of the Amercian Crochet Guild, she is very supportive of other crochet designers and encouraging of anyone wanting to take on the craft of crochet.
Cherry Heart by Sandra Paul
About: Sandra lives in a little village in Bedfordshire with Bertie, miniature dachshund and Stanley, her affectionate cat and home is her favorite place to be. Her interests include crochet, knitting and thinking up new pattern ideas
What We Love: Sandra’s experiments with different yarns and patterns are wonderful. Her podcast covers lots of crafty goodness including crochet, knitting, sewing and other crafts.
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Keep Calm And Crochet On UK by Heather
About: Heather is a busy working wife and a mum of two young daughters and lives in Staffordshire, UK.
Her blog is a place to share her love of all things yarny; mainly writing about her crochet and other crafty things, but she also likes to share little stories about her family and fun activities to do with children.
What We Love: Heather is extremely active within Crochet community. She regularly attends events and supports others. Her Crochet Alongs are wonderful and are sure to help you build your skills.
Sweet Potato 3 by Christine
About: Christine is the voice and the designer behind Sweet Potato. Her Grandmother passed down the ability to crochet and taught her how. She began designing patterns in 2011.
She loves crocheting, but what she likes doing the most, is designing.
What We Love: There are some wonderful Crochet Alongs to enjoy. Christine’s patterns for babies, blankets, kids wear, hats, shawls and garments are lovely. I’d love to try the Dream Catcher.
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Oui Crochet by Susie
About: Susie is the writer and pattern designer for Oui Crochet. Her site is full of patterns, tutorials, and information on all things Crochet!
What We Love: There are plenty of patterns to choose from and also from different designers Susie has featured in her Link parties in the past.
Her stitch tutorials are easy to follow with big pics to make it easier to see what to do. I’ve not come across the Tulip stitch before so I’m keen to give that a go.
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Blackstone Designs by Sonya
About: Sonya Blackstone learned some basic crochet when she was in her late teens. She picked it up again in her twenties and hasn’t stopped. The crochet bug is with her.
She loves to create new and lovely items. She likes all crafts, and loves to use her imagination to make fun things!
What We Love: Sonya’s designs often feature holiday inspiration. There are patterns for hats, gloves, accessories, mittens, and bags.
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Bonita Patterns Blog by Lianka Azulay
About: Lianka Azulay was born in Brazil and picked up her first crochet hook at the age of seven, and hasn’t put it down since.
She specializes in researching and using unique stitch patterns in her designs to bring fashionable and contemporary style to crocheted pieces.
Her first collection of patterns, “Crocodile Stitch Fashions,” was published, which was a big success for her.
What We Love: The crocodile stitch that Lianka uses for many of her designs is really interesting. There is plenty of inspiration to be found on her site for many other designs using other types of stitches.
Hooks N Tales by Jen Tyler
About: Jen lives in Cape Town, South Africa, where she has a traditional Cape cottage with her husband, two dogs, two cats, and three goldfish. Her addictions are Crochet, Coffee, Veggies, and Life.
She is happiest when crocheting in a patch of Autumn or Spring sun, with her Cat, Augusta and a cup of coffee close to her. She learned to crochet in November 2012 and has hardly put the hook down since!
What We Love: Jen’s color mood yarn boards are interesting. Her writing is entertaining and her designs are simply beautiful. Her range of pillow crochet blocks is amazing!
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The Dream Crochet Blog by Ashlee Elle
About: Ashlee Elle is the voice behind The Dream Crochet Blog. Her blog was created to share the love she has for crochet, crafts, DIY as well as personal everyday style.
CraftyRie by Marie Biswell
About: 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 for creating and to be more connected to other crafters.
Annaboos House by Sarah Shrimpton
About: Sarah Shrimpton is a writer, blogger and designer. She has authored many books, such as Super Size Crochet and Beginner’s Guide To Crochet.
What We Love: Sarah’s love for designing crocheted garments, accessories and home decor shines through in the patterns she shares.
Her books have some fabulous projects and she offers a wide variety of free patterns. Her Youtube tutorials cover a range of techniques.
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Damn It Janet Lets Crochet by Janet
About: Janet is a crochet designer and blogger and is based in California. Her passion is amigurumi and baby items.
The Wool Nest by Lynne Rowe
About: Lynne Rowe is a knit and crochet fanatic and can’t imagine a day without picking up her needles or hook and creating something cool.
One of her main aims is to create designs that are perfect for using up the odd ball of yarn and reduce wastage.
What We Love: Lynne writes eloquently and truly loves to share her knowledge of crafting with others. She loves to interview different people on her podcast.
MoCrochet by Melinda Miller
About: Melinda is a crochetaholic. She crochets just about every day. When she’s not crocheting, she likes to spend time with her mum, and her stash of yarn! Her passions in life are family, crochet, and her grandkids are her heart.
Twinkie Chan by Twinkie Chan
About: Twinkie Chan designs and crochets fun, food-themed accessories like cupcake scarves, hamburger mitts, and hot dog purses.
She lives in San Francisco with dogs and a rainbow wall of yarn. A well-known Crafting author who has had a number of books published.
Twinkie encourages everyone to have fun with their crafting and their fashion so that we can all feel yummy and make the world a more delicious place!
What We Love: Twinkie’s designs of replicas of food are truly amazing! The crocheted donut foot pouf is gorgeous and the valentine’s day cookies are fab. Looking through Twinkie’s creations just makes me smile.
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Crochet Spot by Rachel Choi
About: Rachel Choi founded Crochet Spot in 2009, right out of her Philadelphia home, as an adventure to share her crochet patterns with the world, and help others to crochet along the way.
Crochet Spot has hundreds of crochet patterns and tutorials.
What We Love: Crochet Spot has a number of writers along with founder Rachel who all bring their own specialties to the content on the site. There are many tutorials and a huge variety of patterns on offer.
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Beatrice Ryan Designs by Elena Hunt
About: When Elena was ten, her grandmother taught her to crochet, and A Granny Square pattern was her first project. The site is named after Elena’s grandmother.
She invites you to join her in the journey, passed down from generation to generation of keeping alive the skills and beauty of crochet!
What We Love: The Mystery Afghan Crochet Alongs look great. Elena’s patterns range from scarfs, cowls, shawls, accessories, and bags plus much more.
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Connie’s Spot by Connie Hughes
What We Love: If you love to make handmade toys and crochet is your passion, there is so much inspiration to be found in Connie’s patterns. She has generously provided free patterns and has paid patterns to her popular designs.
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Crochet Between Worlds by Michelle and Anne
About: 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 which is crochet (hence the blog name) but they also blog about Australia, Germany, food and other stuff they like too.
What We Love: If you love color then the patterns available on this site are lovely. There are no featured pics on their pattern page, you will need to click on each link.
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About: This site aims to share great free patterns and crochet tutorials.
What We Love: The Magic of Crafting has some gorgeous free patterns available. The tutorials would suit someone who has some basic crocheting knowledge.
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Honouring M.E. Crochet Blog by Seona
About: Seona began crocheting to honor her Grannie. She know helps and teaches others to learn the art of crochet.
What We Love: So many patterns to choose from. Seona offers tutorials as well that cover different techniques and how to read a crochet pattern.
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Little Yarn Friends by Rachel
About: Rachel started her blog back in 2012. It is a place for her to keep track progress of various crafting projects as well as an outlet for her to escape from the never-ending pressure of adulthood.
What We Love: As the name of the blog suggests Rachel’s patterns are all about Little Yarn Friends. Her amigurumi patterns are very sweet. I particularly love the Lil’ Monsters pattern.
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Sophie and Me by Ingunn Santini
About: Ingunn Santini is Norwegian, living outside Rome with her Italian husband. She spends much of her time crafting, creating, experimenting and designing.
Her mother taught her how to sew, knit and crochet. Her father taught her how to fish, climb a mountain, and set tiles, do carpentry and paint.
What We Love: Although not actively blogging, there are still some great patterns to be found designed by Ingunn. Her Etsy Shop and Ravelry store feature wonderful crocheted shoe patterns.
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By Midknight Designs by Jennifer Christensen
About: Jennifer Christensen was taught to crochet at a young age. On her site she shares her pattern designs and some of her own personal stories.
What We Love: Jennifer is fond of the crocodile stitch and many of her patterns feature this unique stitch. She also has amigurumi patterns and accessories and garments.
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Crochet In Color by Elizabeth Pardue
About: Elizabeth lives in North Carolina and used her blog to share her creative side and love of crochet and knitting.
The Crochet Crowd by Michael Sellick
About: This site is all about free crochet patterns and tutorials. The owner of the site and host of the tutorials is Michael. He has created a Studio in Novia Scotia and has been operating The Crochet Crowd since 2008
What We Love: Mikey’s tutorials are easy to follow and the patterns he shares are fun to do. One of the most very helpful Crochet blogs for learning new techniques.
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About: Love Crochet? Well, yes, but we do too, but this is a crochet supplies store that has a blog and a huge collection of content on everything crochet.
What We Love: Clean and minimalistic, this site is very nice on the eyes. There’s a selection of amazing free patterns available, not to mention a great selection of supplies for your crocheting needs.
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B.Hooked Crochet by Brittany
About: B Hooked Crochet is a crochet & knitting site with a wealth of information on both beautiful crafts. Take a poke around and see what content you can find.
What We Love: A selection of free patterns, an ever-growing list of video tutorials and plenty of helpful articles. A lot is going for the site. Brittany has an excellent podcast, called BHooked Podcast.
About: This Crochet blog, run by the popular crafting blog and website, Craft Gossip, is a favorite of many people’s for a reason. They are always consistent with their quality.
What We Love: Something that they do is they have lots of pattern roundups, where they collect all sort of great patterns on a particular subject of crochet — packed with valuable content, well worth a look.
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About: A lifestyle and crochet blog run by Sarah-Jayne, a therapist from the UK. She’s been blogging for about eight years now, and Sarah-Jayne loves to craft.
What We Love: With a focus on crafting and crochet, Sarah-Jayne is very passionate about it and likes to share it with others. The photography is fabulous.
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About: CGOA Now is the blog of the CGOA or the Crochet Guild Of America. An organisation that has been going for many years now, they offer a brilliant way for people to connect with like-minded others
What We Love: Connecting with other crocheters is a bonus, but they have hundreds of tutorials and other freebies. Combined with their excellent blog, which has insights and content galore.
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Beyond The Square by Cassie
About: Beyond The Square is an independent Yarn & Crafts store run by Cassie. She used to work in IT and found it very draining, so she’d knit and crochet to relax.
One day her husband suggested that she put a piece up for sale on the internet. Thus began her journey of becoming a full-time crocheter and blogger.
What We Love: She sells all sorts of crafty, practical and exceptional patterns and items in her shop, well worth a look. Her enjoyable posts on the crafting life and being a mother is something many others can appreciate.
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Crochet Dreamz by Shehnaaz
About: Shehnaaz, who was always moving cities and countries due to the nature of her husband’s job, for her, starting a crochet blog was a piece of solace.
Now, many years on, it’s evolved into a successful site, and she’s now a pattern designer. But she still hasn’t lost sight of what crochet means to her.
What We Love: The slogan of Crochet Dreamz is “Trendy Crochet Patterns,” mixing the timeless craft of crochet with modern touches and colours.
Crochetverse by Stephanie Pokorny
About: Crochetverse. A universe of crochet, imagine that! What wouldn’t there be to love? Well, Crochetverse isn’t exactly that, but it’s a website full of information and tips.
Crochet Australia by Lynda
About: This is an online store that sells information and a wide range of books, hooks, threads and supplies.
What We Love: The tutorials and tips are helpful.
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Lyns Crafts by Marily Smith
About: Marily Smith is the creator of the craft store Lyn’s Crafts. She’s originally from the Philippines, and creating crochet patterns for Lyn’s Crafts is her full-time job. She wouldn’t have it any other way.
What We Love: They share great free patterns! But a real highlight of the blog is the helpful tutorials and information on crochet. There’s a wealth of knowledge that’s bound to be useful.
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Knitting and Crochet by Mike and Amy
About: Knitting & Crochet is run by a wife and husband team Amy & Mike. Amy is the in-house craft expert, and Mike loves tech and photography. They both love sailing, travel, and sustainability.
What We Love: Packed with info and patterns, which are created by Amy with incredible skill and detail. One feature that we like is they teach you how to do specific crochet stitches. Something that would be very helpful!
AmiguruMEI by Mei
About: Mei is a Japanese woman who loves to crochet Amigurumi, which is where the name of her blog, amiguruMEI came from. We think the name is brilliant.
What We Love: amiguruMEI has a nice, clean look to it, and the photos are gorgeous. She’s generous in the fact she publishes many patterns for free that must have taken her hours to do!
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Antique Crochet by Amy
About: Amy has always been crocheting, ever since she was a small child. She was taught how to by her aunt, and never stopped creating. Amy has a degree in textile design and has been a fabric designer for many years.
With a unique focus on everything crochet from years gone by, Antique Crochet is an excellent site if you’re fond of vintage. Amy is passionate about it. (Note: This site is a bit old, but still well worth a look!)
About: Yarnspirations is a successful yarn, knitting, and crochet supplies site. They’re known for having high-quality materials and yarn. You can find all sorts of goodness and inspiration on their blog.
About: Berroco Inc. is a yarn dyer, manufacture and design studio based in Uxbridge, Massachusetts. This is their blog where you can get a behind the scenes look at their processes, and much more.
What We Love: They publish great articles containing free patterns, Q&As with creators, helpful tutorials and more. A great site if you’re wondering how the yarn you use to crochet is made!
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ACCROchet by Julie
About: Julie Desjardins is a French-Canadian crochet designer who loves everything crochet and creative. The name of her blog, ACCROchet, comes from the French word “accro” meaning addict. So it implies crochet addict!
What We Love: Julie loves to make modern, colorful crochet patterns. Her site has helpful product and book reviews, as well as offering crochet workshops.
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About: A successful knit and crochet designer with more than ten years in her field, Emma Varnam loves to make. She says she can’t sit down without a crochet needle or knitting needles in her hands!
Emma loves to share her making journey.
What We Love: Emma has created several books on crochet, all with positive reviews. She also has several helpful video tutorials. Her writing style and blog posts are a joy to read.
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Fiber Flux by Jennifer Dickerson
About: FiberFlux, a site about all things “Stichy” belong to Jennifer, a knitter, and crocheter. She has a background in fine art, having been a painter for several years.
What We Love: An excellent blog for everything fiber arts, she regularly publishes exclusive, great tutorials for easy crafts. The pattern roundups she releases are helpful too.
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The Little Treasures by Maya Kuzman
About: Maya Kuzman is a textile and crochet pattern designer, who loves all things bohemian. She loves to be creative and share her work, and she always turns out amazing pieces.
What We Love:
Like we’ve mentioned above, she’s extremely creative and talented at what she does. Mixing vintage styles with a bohemian flair makes for some fantastic creations.
Find The Little Treasures On Facebook | Instagram | Pinterest
Look At What I Made by Dedri
About: It may come as some surprise, but Dedri from Look What I Made wasn’t always the very enthusiastic crocheter she is.
She used to be passionate about baking. Dedri sometimes still bakes, but her days are consumed by one fantastic project after the other.
What We Love: A highlight of her blog is where she spotlights talented creators and patterns. Many have said her newsletter is excellent and packed with all sorts of goodies. Many of our reader’s best crochet blogs.
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My Recycled Bags by Cindy
About: Cindy, or RecycleCindy as she is known on her blog, was always enthusiastic about helping the environment and crochet. In 2008, she decided to create My Recycled Bags, combining both those loves.
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