Hi everyone! Welcome back to my blog! I am happy to have you here and might I just say you look stupendous today!
Have you ever scrolled through one of your favorite crochet related Facebook groups only to come across a term or acronym you don't quite understand? We have all been there or perhaps are now! I am here to help!
In this week's installment of my Back to the Basics blog series we will be covering crochet slang terms you should definitely know!
Hi everyone! Welcome back to my blog! I am happy to have you here and might I just say you look marvelous today!
In this week's installment of my Back to the Basics blog series we will tackle some of the simplest techniques of all: the single crochet and foundation single crochet. WAIT!! If you already know how to single crochet.. Please don't click away! I will be including a free pattern using the techniques taught here today!
Are you tired of spending your hard earned money on a crochet pattern only to find it poorly written? Is a free pattern or tutorial really better?
This is a segment where I review a crochet pattern and give my honest opinion! I am doing these reviews secret shopper style! The pattern designer doesn't know!
This month's pattern review is the Squishy-Wishy Jellyfishy crochet pattern by Chateau Bornais Crochet. Please remember that this pattern review is just my own honest opinion! Scroll down to find out if I thought this pattern was a bargain or a bust!
Hi everyone! Welcome back to my blog! I am happy to have you here and might I just say you look beautiful today!
As many of you may know I am a self-taught crocheter! I initially learned to crochet 19 years ago! Yep.. You heard that right! 19 years ago my aunt handed me some yarn and hook I was 7 years old. I presided to teach myself to chain! I'm 26 years old now and oh boy are there some things about crochet I wish I knew then or even any of the time between!
This is my first post in my new series! Back to the Basics! So if your new to crochet I plan to let you in on some of the trade secrets and hopefully leave you more confident in yourself than when we began! If your a veteran to crochet I am sure you will find this post extremely relate-able!
Jennie Stewart of JMS Handmade
Jennie Stewart is the maker behind JMS.Handmade. She resides in London Ontario Canada with her husband of 6 years and their little black kitty. She taught herself to crochet four years ago and learned to knit only one year ago! When she is not playing with yarn Jennie likes to go for walks or runs through her local parks and trails, drink coffee and vanilla latte's, and watch way too much Netflix. Jennie created JMS.Handmade from a newfound love for fiber arts, the longing to design her own clothes and accessories, and a need to help support my family.
Scroll down to read the full feature and catch a glimpse at some of the new things Jennie has been working on!
I am the sole designer behind Osage County Crochet!