Can you crochet at a quilt shop?

Yes!  If that quilt shop is Country Home Quilters in the tiny burg of Leadington, Missouri.  Leadington is near Farmington, about 40 minutes south of St. Louis.  It’s a hidden treasure that I would not have known about except for … Read More ...

Like Yarn??

Mandy's Yarn

 

If you love homegrown, hand spun, hand dyed, to die for yarns, I’ve got a new site for you!  My friend, Mandy Pedigo, has just launched her new site – and she’s got a Giveaway going on … Read More ...

SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL CROCHET DESIGNER

Well, local may be a misnomer.  The designers featured on hyenacart.com may not live near you.  They are, however, individuals, mostly young moms, trying to support their families with the work of their hands and designs from their heads.  There … Read More ...

MORE ON EDIE ECKMAN

After I wrote my recent review of Edie Eckman’s latest book, “Around The Corner Crochet Borders”, I began thinking about how much I like her crochet books.  What makes this gal tick?  So, I emailed her some questions and she … Read More ...

MARTHA WINGER’S ART

The first crocheter’s work that caught my eye at the recent Green with Indie craft show was that of Marti Winger.  I saw that plarn from afar and made a bee line to see if there was other crochet at … Read More ...

PLARN WORLDWIDE EXTRAORDINAIRE

We’ve all seen plarn, right?  The plastic bags cut into strips (plastic yarn) and crocheted into rugs and totebags.  There are some good crocheters out there cutting away on their huge stash of plastic shopping bags to save the world … Read More ...

DYEABOLICAL

I recently met Rachel, the owner of Dyeabolical Yarns and Spinning Fibers.  And, I quickly snatched up a hank of her beautifully hand painted cotton warp yarn in a colorway that includes lavenders, roses, and golds.  Can’t wait to get … Read More ...