Crochet—the art of creating textiles by using a hook to interlock loops of yarn—has been around for a long time, and it continues to stay relevant to people all around the world. A good example of this is the subreddit called, you guessed it, r/crochet.
This online community has 465,000 members, who are using the platform not only to discuss the craft, but also to share their works. It doesn’t matter if they’re creating an intricate wedding dress, a giant mural expressing support for Ukraine, or a little bouquet of daisies, these folks know what they’re doing and their projects successfully show that crochet is virtually limitless. Everything depends on your imagination.
So to provide the subreddit with the attention it deserves, we at Bored Panda have started a mini-series on it. To catch up, fire up our first and second publications on it, and continue by checking out the latest pieces that were uploaded to it below.