This year, SUNYLA 2021 is virtual, and they are hosting an awesome series of online activity hours. I am very pleased to be offering Crochet as Self-Care on June 16th at 7pm as part of this event. In order to attend live, you must be registered for the conference. However, if you can't attend SUNYLA … Continue reading Crochet as Self-Care is Coming!
Hello! If you've been wondering where I've been, I'll tell you: I have been busy making... videos! That's right, in addition to making all the things out of yarn, I love, love, love to produce videos. I just completed a six-part series for the Levittown Public Library Teen Department entitled, How to Write a Research … Continue reading It’s Been a Minute!
Imagine this: You're surfing the web, you see an image of an amazing crochet project, and you click the link to access the pattern but, to your utter disappointment, the only thing you find is a 404 error message. I'm new to crochet, and this already happened to me a handful of times. BUT, just … Continue reading Perfect Pattern, Dead Link? Do This!
I'm working on a few things right now: samples for my CIP certification, a baby blanket, a basket weave stitch scarf for my dad, a waffle stitch scarf for my mom, and the beautiful winter scarf from Crochet Society box #18. Perfect time for another project, right!? To be fair, this wasn't so much a … Continue reading An Amigurumi Intermission…
In mid-December, I received my first Crochet Society box (box #18), and let me tell you: it was a winner! The yarn was gorgeous, the notions were delightful, and -- most important -- the patterns were absolutely stunning! Now, I've learned from YouTube that there is an unwritten rule that you *do not* reveal your … Continue reading Crochet Society #18 Unboxing!
In this post, I cover three questions you should ask yourself before taking the plunge and purchasing a crochet subscription box.
Photo by Debby Hudson on Unsplash Welcome to Learn Make Repeat! I'm so happy you found your way to this site. Let me tell you a little bit about my journey as a creator and a maker, and I why I ultimately decided to start Learn Make Repeat. It all started with a Facebook post. A mom in … Continue reading Welcome!