Published on April 27th, 2017 | by Eric


Find inspiration in these 10 awesome Instagram accounts!

Instagram is my favorite source for inspiration. I use it to discoverΒ photographers, get travel ideas, and find the best new crochet patterns. Here are ten of our favorite accounts to follow at LoveCrochet:

1. Amanda O’Sullivan @crochetbyredagape

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A member of the LoveCrochet Flock, Amanda is based in Australia and has beautiful imagery with awesome color combinations.

My Simply Chunky yellow @paintboxyarns cushion is almost finished! Yay πŸŽ‰hmmm what colour next? πŸ˜‰

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2. Stephanie Lau @allaboutami

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Canadian based Stephanie Lau fills her feed with incredibly cute crochet toys, cozy chunky knitwear, and photos of her super-cute kids!

It’s here!!!! 🌟 Get your crochet hooks ready because the FREE PATTERN and step-by-step blog post for my “Snuggle Bunny Pillows” with @lionbrandyarn are up! 🐰🐰 Don’t forget to check out BOTH blog posts to see all the process pictures and better understand the design! . We finished Brielle’s white bunny over the weekend- isn’t she so sweet with her closed, smiling eyes? ☺️ These pillows are the perfect size for cuddling and such an adorable and whimsical touch to any room! . Who’s going to try making their own #snugglebunnypillow ? πŸ™‹πŸ»Use this hashtag to show your progress and final adorable pillows! What colours will you use and with what expression: open eyes or closed smiling eyes? Have fun, everyone, and let me know what you think! πŸ’—

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3. Jess Coppom @makeanddocrew

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Hailing from my favorite state in the US, Colorado, Jess has some of the most innovative crochet ideas we’ve seen at LoveCrochet for a long time. Be sure to check out her boots and shoes that use sandals for soles!

NEW PATTERN + VIDEO: Named after one of my favorite places in the Rocky Mountains, these Breckenridge Boots are my newest free pattern that combines crochet and inexpensive flip flops! πŸ‘£ πŸ”Έ Of all my flip flop patterns, I think the construction of these boots will fit the most people and be the easiest to achieve the results you want! πŸ™ŒPlus, there is an super thorough video tutorial that will take you through the pattern step-by-step. πŸ”Έ Make and Do Crew readers are seriously the best and I appreciate all the support, pinning and lovely feedback you guys send my way. I really hope this tutorial is helpful and fun for you! πŸ”Έ Since some readers had trouble playing the Cabin Boots tutorial with four videos embedded on one page, I’m splitting this tutorial into three parts. Part 1 is up on the blog right now and I’ll be sharing Part 2 and 3 this weekend (link in my bio or search “Breckenridge Boots” on πŸ”Έ Now go buy some flip flops! πŸƒπŸ½β€β™€οΈπŸ‘ŠπŸ½(Mine are from @oldnavy!) This awesome UGG-colored yarn is Wool-Ease Thick & Quick from @lionbrandyarn in “Toffee.”

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4. Hattie Risdale @petalshed

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British maker Hattie Risdale’s feed is a great place to find bright colors, patterns to make you cheery, and flowers galore!

5. Emma Friedlander-Collins @steelandstitch

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Emma Friedlander-Collins, a frequent contributor to this blog, uses bright playful colors and fantastic shapesΒ on her feed of seasonal crochet patterns. Her creative photography and awesome designs make this a no brainer must-follow account!

6. SabinaΒ @crochetgallery

The Crochetgallery feed is full of earth tones and chunky, hygge garments, and clean, modern photography. Sometimes simplicity is key.

Routine βœ”πŸ–€β˜•οΈβž° #MadeToCreate

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7.Β Sandra Eng @mobiusgirl

Sandra Eng is a Minnesota based crocheter who loves mandalas, bright colors, and her cute calico cat!


Juniper, Queen of the Yarn, is holding court now πŸ‘‘

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8. Miki @sfmgs

Set Free My Gypsy Soul is one of myΒ favorite crochet designer name. The vibrant colors, funky designs, and use of traditional stitches with a modern twist make this enthusiastic crocheter’s feed a great browse!

Eek… it’s SOOO awesome to see some of you awesomely talented lovelies starting on the Boho Spike Stitch Bag I designed for the @lovecrochetcom blog already 😍😍😍 AMAZING!! πŸ€—πŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ’•πŸ’• If you want something a little smaller, or just matching… yayy… here’s the “Baja Boho” 2 in 1 handbag and clutch bag βœŒπŸŒΉπŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ’•πŸ’• β€’ β€’ β€’ β€’ β€’ β€’ β€’ β€’ ✌🌹 Get the pattern via link in my profile with -20% off tonight using code: GIRLWARRIOR20 ✌🌹✌ Also on Ravelry or πŸ˜˜πŸ’•πŸ’• β€’ #crochet #crochetgirlgang #crochetersofinstagram #instacrochet #crochetlove #lovecrochet #craftastherapy #yarn #yarnporn #hekle #haken #ganchillo #creativehappylife #handmade #handmadelife #abmcrafty #livecolourfully #sfmgs #crocheteveryday #crochetaddict #crochetgeek #bhooked #crocheting #crocheted #crocheter #makersgonnamake

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9. Alexi TavelΒ @twoofwands

New York crocheter and knitter Two of Wands has a feed that I could look at just for the awesome photography, but the wonderful garments are a welcomed bonus. Focusing on fashion, she utilizes neutral tones, interesting stitches, and the occasional puppy pic to make her feed phenomenal.


When you gotta stand on your kitchen counter to get the shot πŸ€·πŸ»β€β™€οΈ

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10. Jessica Carey @the.hook.nook

Pacific Northwesterner Jessica Carey brings her positive nature and chunky crochet projects to her Instagram feed of lovely muted garments and wonderfully styled imagery.


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is a photographer, copywriter, rock climber, skier, traveler, and aspiring knitter. His work has been been published in many international newspapers, magazines, websites, books and even a billboard in Brooklyn.

One Response to Find inspiration in these 10 awesome Instagram accounts!

  1. Fabulous recommendations! People might also be interested to know that anyone is welcome to tag their crochet with #crochetconcupiscence for opportunities to be featured on my Instagram (@kvercillo) and the Crochet Concupiscence blog.

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