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How wikiHow can help you learn

crochetBetsy HugginsComment

I LOVE the idea behind wikiHow.

"Imagine a world where anyone can easily learn how to do anything. A world where access to comprehensive step-by-step instructions in multiple languages enables billions of people to improve their lives, in both ordinary and extraordinary ways. That’s the world we want to create."

I'll most happily share in some of that!

So a big thank you to all the knowledge philanthropists {someone who freely shares, organizes, creates, or improves information with the intent of helping others} on WikiHow.

Now hurry along and check out their knowledge on crochet...there's a lot to learn!

Craftyminx Crochet School

crochetBetsy HugginsComment

One of the most beautifully documented crochet tutorial sets that I've found online are over on craftyminx. Not only has Dana obviously gone to a lot of effort to create all the great videos and lovely charts, she has also managed to organise them in a really palatable way. 

Thank you Dana! The amazingly useful, lovely and FREE lessons can be found over on craftyminx here

Bunting Inspiration

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Saturday mornings, Pinterest and coffee. 
Next tutorial taking shape, who knew bunting could be so bountiful!

Lovely little squares embellished with embroidery and Liberty fabric. From Giova Brusa in Amsterdam.

Lovely little squares embellished with embroidery and Liberty fabric. From Giova Brusa in Amsterdam.

Classic triangles, with a free little pattern from ROEST (Rust) in Amsterdam.

Classic triangles, with a free little pattern from ROEST (Rust) in Amsterdam.

Bright bunting from Sarah London

Bright bunting from Sarah London

Simple circles with coloured centres. Couldn't find original source, but share if you know.

Simple circles with coloured centres. Couldn't find original source, but share if you know.

Granny squares from Jane at Teawagon in the UK.

Granny squares from Jane at Teawagon in the UK.

A bucket-full of stars, and a lovely little pattern from Ingrid in Amsterdam.

A bucket-full of stars, and a lovely little pattern from Ingrid in Amsterdam.