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Crochet.Community Gazette: Issue 1.01 (May 2014)

Our first issue of “KnittingCrocheting Gazette” is now available. Feedback /questions / comments are appreciate .. join the conversation in the comments below. Hi! My name is Debbie and I’ll be putting together our monthly Gazette. I have...

KnittingCrocheting Awards: Shades of Green #3: And the Winners Are ...

Our very first Awards are behind us and I’m glad that I can say that you submitted 9 beautiful entries. Thank you all for submitting as well as voting for your favorite creations. Here are the winning creations Winner $100 Cash Prize...

Crochet.Community Theme: HAT

Hi everyone! First, let me introduce myself: My name is Debbie and I have worked with Martin & Michal in the past and am really excited to be part of their team again! I am not a knitter (although I have tried … and tried) but I do dabble...

KnittingCrocheting Awards: Shades of Green #2: Cast Your Votes and Win a T-shirt!

Our very first awards with the Shades of Green theme entry period is over and we ended up with 9 amazing entries. Now it’s time to pick your top 5 list and cast your votes. Voting deadline is on Apr 30, 2014 at 6 PM GMT. Please note that if you...

KnittingCrocheting Awards: Shades of Green #1: Announcement

We are pretty excited to announce you the very first KnittingCrocheting Quarterly Awards! Theme – Shades of Green The spring is here and everything around us is lush and green. To celebrate this season, knit or crochet anything using shades of...

requests #1: invader zim

Crochet.Community Interview: Manualnia - Magda Mucha

Bio My name is Magda Mucha. Manualnia (place where you “handmaking” something) was the name for my blog, which I set up to share with others. I am Polish living in Czech. I completed university studies (polish literature and language),...

Tools #1: Markers

What is it for? I had been knitting without it for a very long time but when I’ve started to knit something more complicated than scarf in garter stitch, I found MARKERS very useful. Of course, piece of yarn or a paperclip may be enough to mark...