This blog post is a masterpost of lots of ways you can make money with crochet! I will outline lots of ideas and summarise them and hopefully in the future I can expand and go into more detail in other blog posts. I hope you find this list helpful and it inspires you to make money with crochet!
This is my free pattern for how to make an amigurumi Coffee Cup! It’s the same size as a regular coffee cup and there’s lots of scope for you to decorate it however you want. This pattern is a great introduction to amigurumi techniques and it is suitable for a beginner crocheter.
This is my pattern for a crochet Daisy Pen Topper. This is a really cute little flower that will brighten up your stationery in no time. It can be made in any colours you wish! This is a small and simple project that is great to give as gifts.
I posted this blog post yesterday as a way to use Story Pins for your business. Well, today Pinterest changed the name to Idea Pins and rolled it out for everyone! So this is my updated blog post. There are lots of new features on Idea Pins that I haven’t tried yet so I may do a Part 2 sometime. In this blog post I will tell you my experience of using Idea Pins for my business so far and why there are benefits to using them.
I released the Flame Ear Warmer over a year ago and now it’s available for free on my blog! This ear warmer was inspired by the colours of flames. I used a crochet stitch called spike stitch. I think this ear warmer is so pretty and it reminds me of Fair Isle knitting. To give the effect of little flames I turned the whole project upside down so that the spike stitches point upwards instead of down.
The Geometric Headband is a simple, pretty headband. This is a free crochet pattern on my blog. The pattern uses simple crochet stitches in a unique way to make a comfortable headband that isn’t constricting on your head. Perfect for hot, summer days when you want your hair out of your face!
2020 was an interesting year! I actually didn’t write any blog posts in 2020 so before I move forward into 2021 I thought I would look back at 2020 through the lens of my Instagram.
I recently wrote an article for Piecework Magazine’s blog about some old knitting books I have that were passed down to me. They originally belonged to my Great-Grandmother and they were all published during World War Two.