5 Amazing Crochet Blogs for Tips and Tricks

If you hate sitting still and want to keep your hands from fidgeting, try crocheting,

It’s fun, relaxing and very easy to get started in. Start up costs are relatively low, averaging about $10 for a skein of yarn and a crochet hook and you can find tons of free patterns online.

Crocheting is a craft in which yarn is made up into a patterned fabric by looping yarn with a hooked needle.

It may seem daunting or frustrating trying to read crochet instructions but once you get the hang of it, it’s a really great hobby to have.

Check out these Top 5 crochet blogs for beginner tips and tricks to get you started!

Crochet 101 for Beginners

crochet 101 for beginners


Craftsy is an amazing blog that you should subscribe too. They cover a wide range of craft topics but they also sell pretty much everything you’d need to get started.

How to Hold a Crochet Hook

how to hold a crochet hook

The Spruce

The Spruce has great how-to articles that covers everything home related from cooking to decorating. Give them a chance and you won’t be disappointed.

Learn Single Crochet

learn single crochet

Craft Yarn Council

Craft Yarn Council is solely focused on everything yarn related, you’re sure to find any answers that you may have easily.

7 Simple Crochet Tips for Beginners

7 simple crochet tips for beginners

Make and Takes

Make and Takes is a community of creative Mamas giving you tips from kids to crafts.

10 Tips and Tricks for Beginners

10 tips and tricks for beginners

I Like Crochet

I Like Crochet is solely dedicated to everything crochet, they also have a magazine that you can subscribe too.

We also have our own crochet terminology chart Check it out here. as well as other helpful articles in our How-To section.

I hope these blogs give you the confidence to get you started with crochet, follow me on instagram @illuminecreative and tag me in your projects, i’d love to see what you can come up with.

Pikachu Amigurumi

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