Yarn review of Wendy Wools Knit’s Recycled Super Chunky recycled yarn, polyester yarn made from plastic bottles. Learn all about it and what it’s like to use.
Unbiased honest yarn review of King Cole Limited Edition Recycled Acrylic DK yarn, a very popular weight yarn that is made from 100% recycled acrylic.
Woodland and fairy lovers will love this adorable crochet bag, it looks just like a fairy toadstool! Quick to make in either super bulky weight ribbon yarn or 2 strands aran/worsted weight, or single strand for the mini version.
Learn all about the different types of recycled yarns and the best things to make with them. Including links to crochet patterns.
Free Crochet Pattern for a quick, easy, and trendy boho skinny scarf. It’s made in eco-friendly ethical banana yarn! A gorgeous sustainable fashion essential.
A cute Summery clutch bag for summer parties and weddings. Quick to make in recycled ribbon yarn, the crochet bag that’ll be the ‘greenest’ belle of the ball.
10 fantastic eco crochet pattern ideas that use recycled yarns. You’ll find oodles of eco-friendly crochet inspiration here.
Perfectly sized tote handbag that’s brimming with texture. Quick to make in chunky recycled ribbon yarn, an eye-catching eco-friendly crochet bag.
Unbiased honest yarn review of Paintbox Recycled Cotton Worsted yarn, a popular weight yarn that is 100% recycled cotton.
An unbiased and honest yarn review of Paintbox Recycled Ribbon yarn, a super chunky weight 100% recycled yarn.
Crochet a beautiful crystal embellished mandala to help get a better nights sleep. A beautiful dreamcatcher style design that is easy and quick to make and lovely with or without crystals and a tassel.
Free Crochet Pattern for an easy, super quick, cowl made in eco friendly ethical banana yarn! Alternatively, you can use any #5 weight bulky yarn if you prefer.
Banana yarn review. It’s a bit bonkers, deliciously soft and silky, ethically produced and as environmentally friendly as it gets. Read all about banana yarn.
Want to be a ‘greener’ crocheter or knitter? It’s easier than you think. Here’s my top 10 tips to help you be more ecofriendly.