I believe you should never stop learning, and practical skills are always something that might come in handy one day - so I'm currently learning to crochet. 
These are the things I've made and learned, and links to the tutorials I've used along the way!
Granny Squares Decoded

Crocheting a Dish Scrubbie

Plastic Bottle and Crochet Hanging Pots

Crochet on Soda Tab Earrings

Personalised Crochet Bag Tutorial

Crochet Jellyfish

A crochet bookmark

How to spin plarn with a sewing machine

Crochet Granny Square Bracelet

A Granny Square Scarf


  1. Jill,

    Thank you, thank you, thank you, for taking the time and effort to put all your tutorials together. I've downloaded about a dozen - don't know when I'll get them done because I've gone back to college.

    I'm now in my 4th semester (I'm taking only 2 or 3 classes a semester), and I'll be 70 in September! Better late than never! It'll be so cool to have my AA degree. Here in the U.S. an AA degree is a community college, or two-year-college, degree. I'll keep you posted on how it goes. When my brain can't handle any more studying, I sew for relaxation. Now I have a dozen new projects to do!

    Again, thank you for all your time and effort in pulling together all your tutorials and organizing them so well.

    1. Kate - thank you so much for taking the time to leave such a lovely comment. I'm glad you've found some tutorials that interest you! Good luck in your studies and keep enjoying your sewing!

  2. The apron was a great idea...simple - easy and perfect....great pictures...thank you...

    1. Thanks Tina! I'm glad it was easy to follow!!


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