Crochet is definitely a wonderful form of art that we all know and love. But there are also plenty of other ways to indulge your artistic side! For my birthday a few months ago, I went to The Sound of Music at the =Lyric Opera of Chicago, and I hope to see The Nutcracker at the Joffrey Ballet during the holiday season. Of course, it’s always fun to wander around the Chicago Art Institute and take in all the beautiful pieces of art. For many, simply wandering the aisles of the yarn section of your local craft store can be considered art! Pop culture also presents an opportunity for crochet inspiration; find our favorite pop-culture patterns here!
From music to paintings and everything in between, there are lots opportunities to please your inner artist. To combine these interests with your love of crochet, find some of our favorite art-inspired crochet patterns below. Plus, scroll down to find out how you can win 3 skeins of Ancient Arts yarn from their latest Folk Art collection!
Art-Inspired Crochet Patterns
- Monet Afghan
- Monet’s Lily Square
- Starry Nights Baby Blanket
- Crochet Piano Wrap
- Baby Ballet Slippers
- Two Tone Ballet Slippers
- Elegant Opera Gloves – knit!
- Knit Mini Music Notes – knit!
- Art Deco Clutch
- Painted Desert Scarf
- Crochet Yarn Painting
- American Folk Art Style Heart Motif
- Crochet Folk Quilt Throw
- Artist’s Cap
Enter to win 3 skeins of luxury yarn from the Ancient Art Yarn’s Folk Art Collection: Pysanky, Frolic, and West Coast Waterfall. The Folk Art Collection helps tell a rich, historical story with each skein. This new collection features 30 vibrant colors and is inspired by various folk art traditions around the world. The deadline to enter is November 19th, 2014 at 11:59:59 p.m. Eastern Time. Enter for your chance to win right now!
Who is your favorite artist? Mine is Monet!
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