The aim of The Crochet Project is to design and write promote beautiful, modern crochet patterns.
Beautiful, wearable designs – garments and accessories with special attention to beautiful details, great fit, and drape.
Fantastic yarns – We believe that knitters shouldn't have all the fun when it comes to the very best yarns on the market. All our designs feature beautiful yarns with natural fibres.
Quality, consistent patterns – Taking the best practices from crochet patterns and knitting patterns, they will be easy to understand and follow and with clear charts where appropriate. They will all be thoroughly checked so you can be confident in buying them.
Fairness - we aim to create a fair deal for our customers, designers, yarn sponsors and advertisers.
Individual patterns are available to buy as pdf downloads from our Ravelry shop.
Books are available as pdf downloads from our Ravelry shop or in print from our Etsy shop or one of our stockists.
All of our printed products are available to buy wholesale. Please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org for more details or sign up to our mailing list and check the box for wholesale enquiries. All of our digital patterns on Ravelry are available for instore sales.
Kat is an award winning blogger with a flair for presentation. She is the author of Crochet at Play and Hook Stitch and Give (published by Kyle Books.) Her work has been featured in The Guardian, Etsy's Look Books, Ideal Homes, Simply Crochet, Inside Crochet, Mollie Makes, and Juno magazine. Kat is behind the gorgeous aesthetic of The Crochet Project , in charge of all the photography, branding and layout. Kat lives passionately by the motto that life is too short to match socks and will often be stepping over piles of laundry or leaning over a tower of dirty dishes to get the perfect shot. Her 3 children don’t recognise her without a Canon in front of her face and balls of yarn in her pockets.
Joanne Scrace (aka Not So Granny) specialises in seamless knitting and crochet, often vintage inspired but always with a fresh modern feel. Her work has been featured in Inside Crochet, Knit Now, The Knitter, Simply Crochet and Love Crochet. Joanne keeps an eye on the technical aspects of The Crochet Project, ensuring quality and consistency in the patterns. She blogs about the crochet design business and the perils of mixing small children and knitting needles at notsogranny.com