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Welcome to Crochet Maze!

ElaineI’m Elaine, the founder and publisher of Crochet Maze. I’m an Internet entrepreneur and blogger with a passion for crochet. You could say I’m an addict and I’m actively avoiding the cure (if there even is one!). Since you’re reading this, perhaps you’ve got that crochet passion too!

I started crocheting was I was eight years old and I’m at least the third generation of crocheters on both sides of my family. I have fond memories of being mesmerized as my grandmothers and my mother turned yarn into beautiful doilies, table runners and afghans.

I’m no expert in crochet, believe me, but I’m always happy to find creative and innovative patterns and tutorials and I love to share them.

I update the site daily because there’s always something new and awesome out there in the wonderful world of crocheting. I also love to investigate new products and services that will help you in your crafting journey.

I hope you’ll visit Crochet Maze again and again. And be sure to subscribe to our twice-weekly newsletter so you’ll never miss out! And please feel free to share, Like, link, Tweet and Pin anything you find here!

I’m always looking for fantastic content, so if you’d like your crochet patterns or tutorials featured here at Crochet Maze just let me know. Likewise if you have products or services you’d like me to review, please do get in touch!

All you have to do is โ€œContact Meโ€ and I’ll get back to you as soon as possible!

Thanks for stopping by!

Elaine
Founder & Publisher, Crochet Maze

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Comments
  1. Rozlyn Conway

    Thank you. You are very kind to give away free patterns. Take care..

    • My pleasure, Rozlyn! Enjoy and thanks for stopping by! ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Rose

    What a lovely person. God Bless

    • Thank you for the kind words, Rose! God bless you too! ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Carole Rodgers

    Thank you for being so nice and sharing your beautiful patterns.

    • My pleasure, Carole! I’m happy to share these patterns as I find them! ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Marina Taylor

    I look forward to cruising your site. Thanks for allowing me to do so.

    • Hi Marina,

      Likewise thanks for visiting! Happy crocheting! ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Jacquie

    Help! I can’t get to the place I need to get the tutorial. When I saw this knit stitch but done with crochet I was definitely impressed. Help!

  6. Gina

    Just wanted to say hi and thank you !!
    Have a blessed day !

    • Hi Gina,

      Thanks for stopping by! Wishing you a blessed day too! ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. Tina

    I am so happy that I have found your blog. I also love crocheting and love to find others that share the passion. Thank you for sharing the patterns.

    • Hi Tina,

      Thank you so much for visiting and sharing your comments! It’s my pleasure to share crochet patterns and I wish you all the best with your crochet projects! ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. Do you have any crochet patterns for gloves? For men? Iโ€™d sure appreciate it if you did, because my husband keeps asking why I canโ€™t figure out how to make fingers on fingerless gloves. But, after a stroke at 53, a five week coma at 59, where I was on life support and a feeding tube, because resuscitating me 27 times a day just wasnโ€™t an option, then a severe concussion, when I fell in the washroom and hit our cast iron tub with my head and shoulders. I moved the tub 1 and 3/4โ€™sโ€. It had never been moved in 37 years. I was sent to the city for emergency MRIโ€™s twice, in the ambulance, sirens and lights all 50 miles, because the Dr thought I had bleeding on my brain. Then, this past April, I had pneumonia so bad, oxygen was forced through my nose. I couldnโ€™t breathe and my body was rejecting the antibiotics. After 4 runs of different antibiotics, my Dr had one more antibiotic to try. He didnโ€™t think I was going to live. 99.9% sure I was going to die. And, after 7 days of the last antibiotics, on May 11, I started to improve, and was released from the hospital May 18th! I was unaware that I couldnโ€™t breathe. God in His infinite wisdom, put me in a state, that I was blissfully unaware I couldnโ€™t get a breath! I kept telling my husband that every night, My Precious Mom came and held me all night. She had died in that hospital on June 12, 2015. When I was getting better, my husband told me, I was in the bed My Precious Mom was in when she was diagnosed with Stage 4, aggressive uterine and ovarian cancer. That was May 17, 2015. And, I was in her bed. God made me feel Mt Precious Mom hugging me every night! I know He did. The same as I know He letโ€™s me and my husband smell her favourite perfume in the room. Our Gibson, our 14 year old puppy, has looked in up in the stairwell at My Precious Mom, ever since we came home the night she died. She had lived with us for about 18 months. Gibson loved her to pieces. He still looks up at the stairwell, for up to a minute at a time. Heโ€™s never looked like he was looking for something, heโ€™s always looked like he was looking at something. And, heโ€™d smile. He still goes and sleeps on her bed… I donโ€™t have a website. Sorry.๐Ÿคท๐Ÿปโ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿ™ƒ๐Ÿ˜Ž

    • Hi Lois!

      Thank you for stopping by! I’m happy to hear you are prevailing by the grace of God.

      As for crochet patterns for men’s gloves with fingers, here’s a free pattern I found that looks promising: http://www.lindadeancrochet.com/blog/?p=2300

      I wish you all the best with everything, including your crocheting endeavors. God bless you! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  10. Chris

    I just found your site. Love it!! Glad you have written patterns too as I find it difficult to follow the videos and symbol patterns.

    • Hi Chris,

      Thank you for stopping by! I’m happy to hear that you’re finding the written patterns useful. I wish you all the best in your crocheting endeavors! ๐Ÿ™‚

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