Finding and Sourcing Yarn When It’s Less Available In Your Area | The BHooked Podcast Episode 140

In this episode you’ll hear from Caitie of Thoresby Cottage, talented designer and crochet addict located in South Africa where yarn resources are a bit limited. In order to grow in her craft and pursue her passion as a designer, Caitie has needed to be resourceful to create patterns and projects she loves. She shares tips for finding and substituting yarn in patterns, ordering online as well as some clever projects for those one or two special hanks in your stash that weren’t easy to get.

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Links & Resources Mentioned in this Episode

Thoresby Cottage | Caitie’s Blog

Five Tips for Ordering Yarn Online | BHooked Podcast Episode 123

Scheepjes | the amazing yarn who’s name we couldn’t pronounce 🙂

The Ultimate Granny Square Sourcebook

3D Granny Squares: 100 Crochet Patterns for Pop-up Granny Squares

Thoresby Cottage on Instagram @thoresbycottage

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