Are you a Pinterest fan? Pinterest is a great way to keep track of all the things you find and love on the web. If you have not discovered this fun, addictive form of social media you can go here to register and get started (it’s free). You can then create ‘boards’ and ‘pin’ your favorite finds by topics or projects. You might start a board for a remodeling project in your home, pinning all the neat ideas you find in one place. Or you could create a board to keep track of all the crochet projects you want to make, creating a separate board for gift ideas, or baby sweaters, or helpful crochet techniques. The possibilities are endless, as they say! Other people can look at your boards and repin their favorites adding to the number of repins and popularity.
We look at Pinterest to see what is trending in crochet and to keep track of what is currently popular. It is always inspiring to see all the beautiful crochet that is getting noticed and pinned!
Many people have repinned our November 2014 blog post on how to make the magic loop. We have had loads of comments thanking us for posting these helpful directions. You’ll notice that when you go to this past blog post and hover your curser over the picture, it will give you the option to Pin it to one of your boards so you can find it later when you need it.
Another tutorial that has received a large number of pins, is this one on beginning and ending color changes with no visible join. Read the full post here.
Over 3500 people have pinned this beautiful set of three doilies, Pretty Pineapples. We’re sharing the link to the free pattern here just in case you missed it.
We hope you enjoy sharing and pinning these current crochet trends on your Pinterest board!