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November 2018
November 2018

19 Bands Who Secretly Love Crochet

Here at TopCrochetPatterns.com we've discovered a secret that the music industry has been keeping quiet for decades. Some of the biggest bands in history are actually keen crocheters, just like us! And these are just the ones we're sure about...

19 Bands Who Secretly Love Crochet

1. AC/DC

And you thought their name was about electricity!

19 Bands Who Secretly Love Crochet

2. MANIC STREET PREACHERS

Spreading the crochet word through yarn bombing.

19 Bands Who Secretly Love Crochet

3. NEW ORDER

Just waiting for it to arrive so we can crack on with our next project. Hurry up!

19 Bands Who Secretly Love Crochet

4. ALICE IN CHAINS

Named after our favourite stitch.

19 Bands Who Secretly Love Crochet

5. RUN DMC

That's D-M-C. Demand More Crochet. And do it quickly.

19 Bands Who Secretly Love Crochet

6. SIMPLY RED

They only use one colour.

19 Bands Who Secretly Love Crochet

7. THE CURE

Crochet is the solution to all of life's problems.

19 Bands Who Secretly Love Crochet

8. SKID ROW

That's the one where you made a mistake.

19 Bands Who Secretly Love Crochet

9. SLIPKNOT

Celebrating the start of a new project.

19 Bands Who Secretly Love Crochet

10. MAROON 5

A handy instruction in a complicated colourwork design.

19 Bands Who Secretly Love Crochet

11. WHITE STRIPES

They might be stuck in colour pattern...

19 Bands Who Secretly Love Crochet

12. METALICCA

Only use sparkly yarn.

19 Bands Who Secretly Love Crochet

13. ACE OF BASE

That's the first stitch of your foundation chain, didn't you know?

19 Bands Who Secretly Love Crochet

14. YEAH YEAH YEAHS 

That stands for Yarn Evenly Around Hook, right?

19 Bands Who Secretly Love Crochet

15. DR HOOK

Need we say more?

19 Bands Who Secretly Love Crochet

16. PUBLIC ENEMY

An observation on anyone who calls our crochet "knitting".

19 Bands Who Secretly Love Crochet

17. NEW RADICALS

They invented freeform crochet...probably.

19 Bands Who Secretly Love Crochet

18. HERMAN'S HERMITS

Only ever want to stay in and crochet. We know how they feel.

19 Bands Who Secretly Love Crochet

19. THE FOUR SEASONS 

Also known as Calmly crocheting for Christmas, Speedily crocheting for Christmas, Stressfully crocheting for Christmas and Not yet crocheting for Christmas. But it didn't fit on the album cover.

19 Bands Who Secretly Love Crochet

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