Where do you store crochet projects?
- Ziplock bags. The most popular way of storing WIPs was hands-down the Ziplock bag. …
- Cloth tote/ Reusable grocery bags. Many of us have reusable grocery bags in our home. …
- Plastic shoeboxes. …
- Your yarn store’s bag. …
- Fancy project bags.
What is the best way to store crocheted afghans?
What a terrific idea! First be sure the afghan has been cleaned. Do not store it in a plastic bag because moisture can accumulate inside, causing spotting or mildewing. It is much better to wrap it in acid-free white tissue paper or 100 percent cotton muslin for protection.
How do you continue a finished crochet project?
Make sure you crochet the first round/row clockwise. Moisten finished ears, spread them and let them dry. You can crochet the ears as separate pieces and then sew them onto the head. When you finish the first row/round of the ear, you can remove all the additional markers and continue working.
Can you vacuum pack yarn?
For all the left over yarn and the unused balls of yarn, I use my VacMaster to vacuum package them. This makes it easy for me to neatly store them in the back of a closet or in an under the bed storage unit.
Where can I sell my crochet?
Where to Sell Your Knitting or Crochet Patterns
- Ravelry. If you’ve decided that you’d like to focus on selling your patterns rather than your finished items, Ravelry is the place to be. …
- Craftsy. Similar to Ravelry, knitting and crochet designers can post their patterns for sale on Craftsy.