Encouraging Hearts and Home: Hooks and Needles

Two skills I've always wished I had the patience for was learning to knit and/or crochet.  I love most yarn projects but have never sucessfully made anything using either crochet hooks or knitting needles.  That doesn't stop me from admiring what others create though.

And Now, for This Week's Encouraging Hearts & Home Blog Hop!

Join your Encouraging Hearts & Home Co-Hosts each week for encouragement and support for your heart & your home. We hope to provide a space that builds each other up and lends a helping hand along the way. With all the negativity in the world, let's shine a positive light!

The post with the most views from last week:

How to Re-Grow Lettuce by Julie's Creative Lifestyle

Some of my favorites from last week:

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  1. Thanks for the party. Knitting/crocheting is the one craft I've never tried either.

    1. My mom and both my sisters can but I just never picked it up.

  2. Thanks so much for hosting each week!! Stay safe, healthy, happy!!

  3. Thanks for hosting the link party. Thanks for the feature this week of how to re-grow romaine lettuce. I appreciate it and enjoy the rest of the week!

    1. Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful posts with us.

  4. A few years ago my daughter wanted me to teach her how to crochet. All I ever did was what I had learned in school many many years ago, but I tried teaching her. While she didn't learn at that time, I did re-teach myself and made a few crochet flowers to use on papercrafts, a doll hat, some baby booties and a coaster. I had purchased a ton on yarn but have then quit crocheting again. Maybe I'll try to teach my daughter again! It really is fun but I have to follow a youtube tutorial on how to do it if it involves anything other than the regular stitch.
    Thanks for hosting the linkup today and for sharing those wonderful projects!

    1. I should try a few YouTube videos; I might be able to figure it out that way.

  5. Thank you so much for joining us and sharing your yummy recipes.


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