My name is Alex and I have a confession to make.
I am a crochet addict. My hook & yarn are always by my side - come spring time, summer time, autumn or winter.
I always have a project on my to-do list to finish.
Whether it's a simple crochet flower that I may use for jewellery, or a wreath, or another decoration ornament, to unicorns, other amigurumi or a doily, my hook can handle it.
Hope you find some ideas here and enjoy working on some of the tutorials and crochet patterns available here.
Have fun & keep hooking
Any yarn can be either knitted or crocheted, provided needles or hooks of the correct size are used, but the cord's properties should be taken into account. For example, lofty, thick woolen yarns tend to function better when knitted, which does not crush their airy structure, while thin and tightly spun yarn helps to achieve the firm texture required for Amigurumi crochet.