As soon as I started seeing all of the Bernie/mittens memes after the inauguration, I knew I had to “come out of retirement” as it were just so that I could make my own Bernie doll.
Happy #geekprideday, fam!
To celebrate this supreme day of geeky glory, I wanted to share with you my 5 favorite geeky patterns, most of which are available here at Two Hearts Crochet for FREE!
Happy Halloween, friends!
If you’re looking for some last-minute Halloween projects, I’ve got you covered!
In the third and final segment of the Amigurumi Basics series, I’m sharing my top 5 tips for making amigurumi dolls and critters.
Ready? Grab your favorite refreshing drink and let’s do this!
BIG NEWS, my friends…
The Amigurumi Crash Course is BACK!
In Part 2 of the Amigurumi Basics series, I’ll be discussing the different tools and materials that are necessary for making amis, and I’ll even provide you with recommendations on the items I love using most!
Amigurumi can be a bit overwhelming, so I have prepared a three-part amigurumi series to help! In this series, I’ll cover the some basic amigurumi information, the tools you’ll need (and what I recommend), and some essential amigurumi tips. Let’s get ready to make some amis!
Now that the Solar System CAL has launched, I’m very excited to take a little bit of a breather… I’m so very ready for a nice, quiet weekend. I don’t know if that’s what I’ll have, but that’s what I’m hoping for!
As 2017 begins to wind down, I’ve taken some time to reflect on all of the wonderful projects and happenings that this year has brought to the Two Hearts Crochet family. It’s been a magical year!
Treat yourself this holiday season – with the gift of crochet!
This week, I have published two different sets of patterns: Elphaba and Glinda (from Wicked) & Phantom and Christine (from Phantom of the Opera)!
Not a big Frozen fan? LET IT GO! PDF patterns of these mini Anna and Elsa amis will come soon. For now, enjoy this really long blog post with both patterns!
In my blog life, I have a tendency to be, well, not so punctual. So I’m celebrating America’s birthday one day late!
It’s graduation season, and you know what that means! *cue Pomp and Circumstance*
If you’re a Star Wars fan, then you know how much fun May 4th can be! To celebrate in my own crafty style, I’ve made a mini Princess Leia! And best of all, I’m offering her pattern FREE and IMMEDIATELY!