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October 2018
October 2018

7 Online Pitstops For Crafters

There's a whole host of creative websites just one click away, but if you don't know where to look it can be tricky. Luckily for you, we've compiled the knitting and crochet pages you need on your online radar, so grab a cup of tea, put your feet up and get scrolling – they could change the way you craft forever.

7 Online Pitstops For Crafters

1. LGC Knit & Crochet on Facebook

Here you'll find multiple posts each day about your favourite hobby. It's a safe online space where like-minded crafters show off their latest makes, enter giveaways and have heaps of fun. Click here to take a look.

7 Online Pitstops For Crafters

2. Pinterest

Pinterest is certainly one of our favourite websites when we need ideas for our next project – if only there was time to make them all! If you haven't come across it before, it's a life changer. Simply search crafty terms and a world of creativity awaits. Enjoy.

7 Online Pitstops For Crafters

3. @knitcrochet on Instagram

Find sneak peeks, amazing inspiration and the occasional Instagram takeover with a crafty celebrity! Make sure you click follow to see the content on your feed.

7 Online Pitstops For Crafters

4. Let's Knit on Facebook

If knitting is your passion, give Let's Knit a visit and join thousands of fellow knitting enthusiasts.

7 Online Pitstops For Crafters

5. Deramores

Deramores stock all of your favourite yarn brands in plenty of fibres and weights – it's a wonderful woolly world waiting to be explored, don't blame us when your shopping cart is full of skeins!

7 Online Pitstops For Crafters

6. Keep Calm and Crochet On U.K

Run by Let's Get Crafting designer Heather Gibbs, this blog is an absolute must-visit for us crafters. Read all about what she's been up to, join crochet-alongs and enjoy free patterns too.

7 Online Pitstops For Crafters

7. You're already here

Look no further, this website is jam-packed with exciting free content for crafters. New patterns are available to download every day, and if that wasn't enough you can also get your hands on amazing giveaways, subscribe to our newsletter and read interesting blogs, just like you are right now.

7 Online Pitstops For Crafters

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