• Five Quick and Easy Crochet Gift Ideas that Your Friends and Family Will Love

    Everyone keeps reminding me that Christmas is just around the corner. So I finally started working on my list of handmade gifts for the holiday season. The best part about making gifts is that I don't have to worry about them selling out! Some of the supplies have been low stock though so keep in mind when choosing your gift projects. Here are four quick and easy ideas for crochet gifts...
  • What's a Crochet Kit? Here's Everything You Need to Know About this Super Fun Project!

    I've gotten several requests for crochet patterns for the bags in my shop. So I decided to start releasing the patterns of my bags AND crochet kits with everything you need to make them. Below are all the details on the crochet kits, the patterns, and how you can get your hands on them!
  • Want to Learn More Crochet Stitches? Here are 3 You're Going to Love

    There are so many crochet techniques out there! It can be overwhelming trying to find a place to start. Learning new stitches is one of my favorite parts of crochet. I enjoy the process of learning new techniques and discovering the best ways of using them. I've compiled a shortlist of crochet stitches with the difficulty level and some ideas for how to use them. Expanding your knowledge of crochet doesn't have to be complicated. Check these out!
  • 3 Ways to Boost Your Creativity when You're Feeling Blocked

    I spent years thinking I was no longer creative. It turned out I was just sleep-deprived! Having two children 18 months apart turned out to be a recipe for chronic sleep deprivation (go figure). As I started getting more consistent sleep and caring for myself better I started to notice the fog lifting. My desire to create returned! Even now that I have a creative business, I still have days of feeling creatively "blocked." I've discovered a few tips that have helped me ride the waves of creativity more consistently...
  • How to Easily Create the Craft Studio of Your Dreams with less than $150

    I started my business with a tote bag of crochet supplies and a basket full of jute. However, I quickly started accumulating more supplies. Before I knew it, my bedroom was a chaotic mess of bags! The kitchen table wasn't cutting it anymore as my workspace/desk/packaging center. My husband and I have been talking about cleaning out the garage for YEARS. It's embarrassing how long it took us to finally make It happen. In the process, I got inspired to create a craft studio in my garage. Here's how I put together my studio for less than $150!
  • How to Easily Make Your Own Cute Crochet Hair Accessories

    I'm not a very patient person which is why I love quick crochet projects. Hair accessories are fun to make and super quick! Crochet hair accessories make adorable and thoughtful gifts. Here are three of my favorite crochet hair accessory patterns..
  • Four Adorable Fall Craft Ideas for the Yarn Lover

    Call me basic but Fall is definitely my favorite season. I like the crisp air, the sweaters, and of course pumpkin spice everything. If you're a yarn lover like me, then you might be looking for Fall craft inspiration. I have four fabulous ideas to fulfill your Fall fantasy...
  • Two Amazing New Bag Styles to Level Up Your Fall Fashion

    The Fall Collection is here! I've been designing and testing out new styles all summer. I finally created TWO I think you're going to fall in love with. Here's everything you need to know about these fabulous new looks...
  • 3 Small Business Hacks That Have Made My Life So Much Easier

    Life as a small business owner can be hectic. Especially when you're business team consists of ONE person. When I first started thinking about starting a business I had the amazing support of seasoned entrepreneurs. I want to do the same for you! I'm a big believer in building a community. We can help each other! Here are 3 hacks that have made running a small business MUCH less stressful...
  • Don't Think You're a Fiber Artist? Here are 5 Clear Signs You Actually are...

    I've gotten really into learning about fiber art lately. Incredible artists are making gorgeous art pieces with textiles like yarn, rope, thread, fabric, wool, and so much more! You might not consider yourself an artist. I didn't for a long time! Many of the creative people in my life tend to downplay their talent and refer to themselves as "crafters" or "DIY junkies" (for the record there is nothing wrong with either of these terms). Is it possible you're selling yourself short and what you're actually making is art?? Below are 5 signs you're an artist...

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