Crochet Society Box 19 Designer, Emma Moss

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Here we chat to Crochet Society Box 19 designer, Emma Moss (@stitchedupbyemma on Instagram)

Hi! What are you up to today?

My days are pretty much the same every day, looking after my little ones without too much chaos and trying to find time to squeeze in a few stitches every now and then.

What inspired your design for this box?

I love filet crochet and my daughter has a cloud and rainbow wall sticker in her bedroom which inspired my pattern.

What is your favourite type of project to crochet?

I absolutely love making blankets.


Which of your crochet projects are you proudest of?

There are two. I made a Tunisian Pokemon blanket for my son when he was born. It was massive. The second is my linked hearts blanket pattern. Its was my first pattern published on the Bella Coco Blog.


What’s the biggest challenge you’ve ever faced with your crochet?

Finding time. I work part time and have two small children so finding enough time can be challenging.

What’s the best piece of crochet advice you’ve ever received?

Count! Always count your stitches.


Where’s your favourite place to crochet?

I do most of my crochet in the living room sat on the sofa.


Do you have any big crochet plans coming up?

I am in the process of building my own website and have a few new patterns that I will be releasing soon.


Where can people find out more about you?

All my work can be found on Instagram and Facebook @stitchedupbyemma


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3 Comments on “Crochet Society Box 19 Designer, Emma Moss

  1. Crochethugenot Reply

    December 9, 2020 at 1:38

    Hi are the calendars still for sale

    • Lorna Malkin Reply

      December 9, 2020 at 2:57

      Hi Anna,

      I’m afraid we’ve sold out of the calendars – sorry! Do keep an eye on the Crochet Society shop as any spares will be listed there. x

  2. Peggy Powell Reply

    October 7, 2021 at 10:24

    Iam trying to figure out how many stitches it would take to make the Linked Hearts crochet pattern by Emma Moss wider.
    Please help
    Struggling in Louisiana

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