Crochet Society Box 21 Designer Reveal

FIND OUT THE AMAZING DESIGNERS FOR CROCHET SOCIETY BOX 21!

CLICK HERE to read all of their Q&A’s so you can find out a little bit more and makes some guesses about what you can expect for Box 21!

@desamourdesigns 

@stitchedupbyhannah  

@janetarahowarth

While you’re here, why not treat yourself to some crochet goodies from our past box shop.  Inside the shop you’ll find gorgeous yarn and crochet bundles. We also occasionally list spare Crochet Society boxes so make sure you keep checking for updates.  And, if you’re in search of a creative project while you wait for your beautiful box to arrive, you can find plenty of FREE crochet patterns by clicking here.

Click HERE to read the designer interviews to get to know a little bit more about each designer and their crochet story!

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We absolutely love seeing all your wonderful creations from past boxes. Each month, we’ll pick a beautiful photo posted by one of our fabulous subscribers who will win a voucher to spend in the shop! To make sure we see your beautiful makes, simply post your photos using the hashtag #crochetsocietystar

 

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Take a look at beautiful Box 20 below – any guesses for the theme?!

One Comment on “Crochet Society Box 21 Designer Reveal

  1. Christine Toomey Reply

    February 17, 2021 at 11:58

    Hi Sarah, I’m really excited about this box, I think the theme may be, nature, or recycle, upcycle etc’. I’m a multi – lifetime crafter. I’m disabled so can’t manage social media and crafting, but I craft every day, and have done for my whole life. I crochet, weave, natural dye,naalbind, sew, spin, paper craft, and encourage new crafters via whatsapp messages n videos. One of my protege crafters, says I am a walking book of textiles. I love getting my box, but don’t always get to them for many months after issue. I am currently making a babies unicorn blanket, an intarsia baby blanket, learning to use an overlocker, and waiting until lockdown ends, so my pal and arms n legs, can cut out 4 pinafore dresses, and some wee shirts. crafting has always exercised my hands and my mind, but I am slow .love and light and keep crafting. Chris

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