In the third and final segment of the Amigurumi Basics series, I'm sharing my top 5 tips for making amigurumi dolls and critters. Ready? Grab your favorite refreshing drink and let's do this!
BIG NEWS, my friends... The Amigurumi Crash Course is BACK!
In this post, I'm going to show you how I made my tassels. Whether you make them for the Kraken Shawl or for another project, this tutorial will show you how it's done and hopefully give you some ideas for making your own!
Last week, I went on a much-needed vacation. It was supposed to be a restorative, exciting adventure trip with one of my best friends--a girls trip to NYC and Orlando, Florida. We were going to go sightseeing, eat some delicious food, visit some yarn shops, and visit the Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Disney World. It was going to be amazing! While it started out well, it quickly spiraled into an anxiety-ridden nightmare of a trip
To celebrate all of the good things that March brings (but especially National Crochet Month!), I've teamed up with the super-talented Angie from Harper Baby Shop to give one lucky follower a fantastic prize... It's everything you'll need in order to make your very own Kraken Shawl!
In Part 2 of the Amigurumi Basics series, I'll be discussing the different tools and materials that are necessary for making amis, and I'll even provide you with recommendations on the items I love using most!
Amigurumi can be a bit overwhelming, so I have prepared a three-part amigurumi series to help! In this series, I'll cover the some basic amigurumi information, the tools you'll need (and what I recommend), and some essential amigurumi tips. Let's get ready to make some amis!
Cake? Check. Party hat? Check. Presents? Check! Three years has passed by incredibly fast--where did all that time go?
Now that the Solar System CAL has launched, I'm very excited to take a little bit of a breather... I'm so very ready for a nice, quiet weekend. I don't know if that's what I'll have, but that's what I'm hoping for!
After spending my New Years with a bunch of food (and Netflix), I think I'm finally ready to start thinking about some crafting resolutions for this brand new, shiny year.
As 2017 begins to wind down, I've taken some time to reflect on all of the wonderful projects and happenings that this year has brought to the Two Hearts Crochet family. It's been a magical year!
This year, I've put together a gift guide of some of my favorite yarn-related things! This guide includes 15 gift ideas for the yarn-lover in your life. Now all you have to do is decide which of these many great gifts to buy!
Treat yourself this holiday season - with the gift of crochet!
Remember: hand-wash items should be HAND-WASHED ONLY! Hopefully you won't ever need this tutorial again! *fingers crossed*
This week, I have published two different sets of patterns: Elphaba and Glinda (from Wicked) & Phantom and Christine (from Phantom of the Opera)!