Thought I would share a project I have been working on for quite awhile now. It's an interactive children's book for the iPad called "Loopy Lost His Lettuce".
All the objects and creatures in the book have been crocheted by myself :)
It just came out on iPad and I'm too excited not to share it!
iTunes link - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/loopy-lost-his-lettuce-hd/id563135236?ls=1&mt=8
Website - http://www.crochetcreatures.com
Any feedback is welcome, the response so far has been great. Kids love crochet! hehe
I tried checking the site and it is impressive crocheting idea, I will definitely try this one for my iPhone. I am thinking if I can also made something unique like the patterns from http://www.kekacase.com/candy-cases.html, which are also unique.
I have a general question and I need some opinions please? Since teaching a crochet class; working at a yarn store I have discovered all these beautiful yarns although they are more spendy than a Walmart yarn. The yarns are rich in color, nice to work with and some of the yarn comes right off of the owners Alpaca's. I've used the thrifty yarn also, however looking back at my projects; I still love them but now prefer the other yarns. What is your or anyone opinion on yarns, and how do I get my students interested in the more extraordinary yarns for their projects?? Or should I? Thanks bunches! Laura
Great,thanks for sharing with us