15 Most Popular Crochet Blogs

15 Most Popular Crochet Blogs

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15 Most Popular Crochet Blogs

15 Most Popular Crochet Blogs

15 Most Popular Crochet Blogs

Writing a popular crochet blog is a balance of education, entertainment, connection and relevance all-in-one click. Speaking from first-hand experience, it comes naturally to me to write.

Blogging is a window to the world of anyone. What you say, how you say it and the tone through writing can either be the connection between that writer and their communities or it can be the wedge that separates them from who they are trying to attract.

Crocheters get a sense from the bloggers on the kind of person the blogger is.

  1. Is the blogger someone they would like to meet one day?
  2. Does the blogger share a similar story or connect with another person?
  3. Is the blogger being responsible for the platform they are curating?
Mikey's Rooster Crochet Bird

Mikey’s Rooster Crochet Bird. Designed by Michelle Moore.

Mikey’s Writing Blogging Format

I started writing for the FaveCrafts Blog back in 2010. It was painful. I had words to say but the structure in which I want to say those words were being corrected by the editor. Eventually, I wondered, “Why on earth are they having me to correct this and that?” It’s then I realized, they are training me to be a better blogger and what they are correcting me, though not said at the time, is the basic training for being a blogger. You can either fight the system, or you learn what is being corrected and think of the bigger picture.

I’m a storyteller and it comes naturally to me. The truth is simple. No one wants to be sold to. It’s that simple. People want to be inspired.

Mikey & Diva Dan in Crochet Popcorn and Crochet Hot Dog Snuggle Sacks

Mikey & Diva Dan in Crochet Popcorn and Crochet Hot Dog Snuggle Sacks

How Were the 15 Top Bloggers Decided?

The Crochet Crowd has enjoyed being in the top bloggers for a few years now. It makes me proud, to be frank. It’s decided by FeedSpot, who regulates a blog by analytical reviews. Essentially, statistical data.

Top 15 Blogs

You can see the current line up of Best Crochet Blogs. A pop up will appear. You don’t need to sign up to see the results. Below, I have attached the direct links to each one of the bloggers.

I am placing the bloggers in Alphabetical Order, not based on the order in which they are appearing in the Top 15. I have personally visited each site for an assessment and do agree with FeedSpot on their list. Each one is special and definitely worthy.

Some of these particular websites have YouTube Learning Channels and Facebook Communities. Some have a mix of free and paid patterns, while other sites, like The Crochet Crowd, the patterns are free. Either way, these 15 bloggers will definitely have something for everyone. This list is made up of English based language blogs.

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Mikey, aka Michael Sellick, of The Crochet Crowd, started this online journey back in 2008. A mere hobby in trying to reach out to others as he was mentally struggling with his own issues. His goal was simple, find others in the yarn communities, like him, that have a common interest.

The journey and main baby of the whole idea started with a YouTube Channel and then in 2011, an official website was developed. Michael is not only the face of The Crochet Crowd but also the working engine behind the crowd in self-taught programming, social media and so much more.

Enjoy the stitching journey. Life is short, enjoy this wonderful hobby and all of the learning opportunities that come with it.

7 thoughts on “15 Most Popular Crochet Blogs”

  1. lisa says:

    I have a question if some one can explaine it to me please. I’m making a toddler cardigan for my grand daughter and there is a part that is confusing me. it for the frontand coller. It says now it’s time to work DC up one side of the sweater and around the neck and back down to the other side then start with a chain 3 it will act as your 1st DC work 2DC per the side of a Dc and work 1Dc per the side of a HHDc

    1. Mikey says:

      Do you have a pattern for a reference point to follow your train of thought?

  2. Debra says:

    Hi Mikey! I am 62, still a beginner. I have made a few projects trying to followDebra patterns and youtube. I enjoyed being able to follow your tutorial on making the Super Start Baby Blanket. I couldn’t have started without you. I am making it for my daughter in law so I will make it bigger. Can you tell me how you made the frayed finished edge? It really makes this Star blanket pop…thank you

    1. Mikey says:

      I’m not sure what you mean about frayed edging. Do you have an example?

      1. Debra says:

        I printed out the picture of the crochet Super Star Baby Blanket, which I have finished making, and it looks like the border has a unique edging. What pattern did you use the border? Thank you

  3. Terry says:

    Mikey I think you taught me a lot. Keep rockin.

  4. Christine Brown says:

    Great list! I have visited six of these on a regular basis for several years. They are great for reference, patterns and learning new things. I can’t wait to visit several of those which are unfamiliar to me to see what I can learn from them. Thanks for sharing, not only your knowledge on your blog, but this list so we can learn more. Love the photo of you and Diva Dan in costume!!

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