BHP032: Five Types of Crochet to Try

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Types of Crochet: There’s Always More to Learn

One of my favorite things about crochet is that there is always something new to learn. With so many types of crochet, the “learner” in me is always satisfied.

When I first got into crochet, I had no idea just how big this craft is. As my passion for crochet grew and I researched and searched for patterns, I began to realize just how many types of crochet there are. I have made it a personal goal to try each form at least once and of course share as many with you as possible!

This week on the Bhooked Podcast, I’m here to introduce you to five of my favorite types of crochet. I’ll tell you a bit about the history, the types of projects you can create with it, the skills and tools you’ll need and I’ll provide some resources for you to dig a little deeper and try the style that gets you excited.

You’ll Learn

  • About Amigurumi
  • About Tapestry Crochet
  • About Tunisian Crochet
  • About Broomstick and Hairpin Lace
  • About Filet Crochet

Now if you haven’t done so already, click on that play button at the top of the page to hear my five favorite types of crochet!

Links & Resoources

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