14 Insane (but True) Facts about Crocheters

From "12 Insane (but True) Things about Crocheters" at crochetersanonymous.com
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Crocheters are an interesting bunch.

Some are twisted, others loopy. Few are spun from the same cloth, but there are traits common to nearly every crocheter.

Completely insane, but true.

  1. Crocheters have stashes. Sometimes they covet them…

    From "12 Insane (but True) Things about Crocheters" at crochetersanonymous.com

  2. And other times they bust them.

    From "12 Insane (but True) Things about Crocheters" at crochetersanonymous.com
    Happy Harlequin Stashbuster Blanket
    Pattern (click here)
  3. Crocheters are shameless hookers.

    From "12 Insane (but True) Things about Crocheters" at crochetersanonymous.com

  4. With incredible survival skills.

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  5. Their kids? They’re animals!

    From "12 Insane (but True) Things about Crocheters" at crochetersanonymous.com
    Hatchling Turtle Cuddle Critter Cape
    by Elisabeth Spivey
    Pattern
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    Mystic Owl Hat
    Pattern

    From "12 Insane (but True) Things about Crocheters" at crochetersanonymous.com
    Acorn Owl Crocheted Poncho Pattern from Ira Rott on Etsy
  6. Crocheters can never have enough yarn. Never. NEVER. N E V E R. Insane but true!

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    Plymouth Marley Yarn
    73% Off – Click Here
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    Shrek the Sheep
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    Yarn Ball Valentine Box
    source

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    Yarn can be made from pet hair!
  7. Crocheters love balls.

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    Pom Pom Parasol from Pom Pom Factory

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    Tunisian Yarn Ball Wreath via DIY Network
  8. Absolutely nothing is off-limits to them. Nothing.

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    The Amazing Olek
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    Custom Crocheted Spare Tire Cover by De’Anna of Unique2Who
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    Crocheted men’s shorts
    source

    Locals walking next to the finished yarnbomb
    Locals walking next to the finished yarnbomb5
  9. Some are even “gangsta.”

    From "12 Insane (but True) Things about Crocheters" at crochetersanonymous.com

  10. And they ALL have WIPs and chains.

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    Crochet WIP (Work in Progress)
    source

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    How to Crochet a Chain
    source
  11. Crocheters DO things to men.

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    source
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    Crocheted Patchwork Longjohns
    source
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    “Weird as Hell” Project by One Man Crochet
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    Bacon and Egg Scarf
    source

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    Crocheted Liederhosen from the blog JeffandBonnie
  12. Their pets alternate between bliss

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    Rasta Pug

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    A Goaticorn in a sweater. That is all.
    By What Knots by Tiffany
  13. And utter humiliation.

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    From Handmade Monster on Etsy

Crocheters are strangely obsessed with owls.

From "12 Insane (but True) Things about Crocheters" at crochetersanonymous.com
Owl Mittens From The Green Dragonfly
Pattern
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Crochet Owl Keychains/Ornaments By Vendulka of Magic with Hook and Needles
Pattern available on Etsy
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Owl by Tutsee Toy
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Owl Basket by Deja Jetmir of Crochet Ever After

But the most important thing to know about crocheters is to never, EVER, refer to their craft as knitting!

From "12 Insane (but True) Things about Crocheters" at crochetersanonymous.com
It’s Crochet!

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