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Our Top 25 Favorite Instagram Crocheters

October 31, 2018 5 min read

Earlier this week, we shared with you our 25 favorite Instagram knitters. Today, it's time for us to talk about the crocheters of Instagram that awe and inspire us with their phenomenal talent and excellent skill with a camera! Read on to find out who you need to follow as a crocheter and fellow fiber artist. 

1. @Crochet.By.Ellen

 Ellen's Instagram is full of colorful images featuring headbands, hats, scarves, and more that she has made with her exceptional skills. She not only crochets, but knits as well. We love the Cozy Lux Adventure Cowl Knit Pattern that Ellen designed for us. Follow Ellen for project inspirations and links to new crochet patterns! 

2. @othcrochetnook (April)

April's selection of crocheted blankets, sweaters, household items and more will have you feeling cozy every time you scroll through your feed and see her posts! Oh, and she also offers free crochet patterns to her followers through her website! 

3. @funkycatcrochet (Rachel Maeroff)

Rachel loves colorful yarn and uses it to create hats, scarves, household items, and accessories. Her channel features beautifully crocheted items that are sure to help spark your creativity!

4. @coco.crochet.lee

In her bio, Lee shares that two of her greatest loves are yarn and coffee. This is reflected through her images of awesome DIY clothing and household items! From Narwhals to sweaters, Lee does it all with her crochet hooks and her imagination! 

5. @juliarayesdesignco

Right now, we are very exited about an infinity scarf pattern that Julia Raye has made for us using our Variegated Thick and Thin Wool Yarn! But that's not all. Her Instagram channel is full of great treasures ranging from colorful quilts to fashionable decor. 

 6. @crochetedbytess

Tess's channel is focused primarily on stunning crochet decorations! If you'd like to see intricate flowers, bright table mats, or an adorable moth plush made of yarn, Tess's channel is for you! Tess is a decor artist who has made yarn her primary medium. 

7. @my_crochet_fun (J. Cook)

J. Cook specializes in skillfully made household items. Her channel features crocheted blankets, pillows, and decorative mats. This is an awesome channel to follow for both crocheters and quilters! 

8. @thecrochetcabinet (Savannah)

Because I LOVE scarves, Savannah's channel is a personal favorite of mine. I can honestly say that the images of her work have make me want to be a better crocheter so I can make more warm winter scarves! When you follow Savannah, your feed will be graced with not only scarves, but bags, hats, and more! P.S., Savannah is the designer of our Boho Fringe Pillow Pattern!

9. @nightowlknots (Nikki)

A self described crocheter, maker, and designer, few people ar better ast keeping life cozy and colorful than Night Owl Knots. Nikki designed our Bow Ear Warmer Pattern and has made a plethora of other masterpieces including scarves and animal costumes for kids!

10. @thecraftyfoxcrochet (Hannah Hutchinson)

Hannah's channel is your go to place for adorable pictures of plush animals and characters that she has made! Hannah has created a an owl, a llama, and even a mermaid through the power of crochet! 

11. @ColdMtnCrochet (Kelsey Dauth)

If you've been following DGY for a little while, you may remember Kelsey Dauth from Episode 2 of our Wine Down Wednesday Series. She is also the designer of our Mommy + Me Pack Crochet Pattern. Follow Cold Mountain Crochet to see sustainably sourced crocheted items for every season if the year! 

12. @acupofcrochet (Kay Wiley)

Speaking of Wine Down Wednesday, who remembers Episode 3 of the podcast? This episode featured Kay Wiley of A Cup of Crochet. Kay designed our adorable Recycled Silk Baby Hippo Crochet Pattern! Kay's Instagram channel features fantastic crocheted clothing, pillows, and even more cute yarn animals! 

13. @cozymoondesigns (Abby)

Abby of Cozy Moon Designs is not only an amazing knitter, but a skilled photographer as well. If you're all about ascetically pleasing pictures of yarn and yarn projects, follow Abby right away. Abby makes hats, shawls, home decor, and more!

14. @designsbyphanessa

Phanessa is a crochet and knit designer who creates impressive clothing and accessories using a variety of yarn and techniques. She also designed our Simple Tunisian Crochet Scarf Pattern

15. @hooknstein (Bri H.)

Woman's hand holding out a crochet pumpkin

Following Bri means that you will start to see a lot of unique and awesome homemade yarn decorations in your feed, such as a fall pumpkin and a rainbow ring, as well as flawlessly crocheted cold-weather accessories! Thanks to Bri's channel, I am inspired by a recent post to try my hands at simple, yet warm and stylish fingerless gloves! 

16. @kaidys.creations (Kaidryn Varner)

Woman's hand holding a rainbow crocheted coin purse over a wooden surface

We were recently impressed with a coin purse that Kaidy made with our Watercolor Worsted Weight Roving Silk yarn. A skilled fiber artist, Kaidy also makes beautiful bags and scarves! 

17. @hillarys_hook (Hillary Thompson)

3 stacked crochet pumpkins sitting on a concrete surface in front of a brick wall

If you're going to follow Hillary's channel, get ready for cuteness overload! From small pumpkins with little eyes, to baby hats with beards, to a crocheted Tinkerbell doll, Hillary's pictures will melt your heart. Hillary is also responsible for our fall-themed Darn Good Pumpkin Stack Pattern

18. @theknotowl

The talented women behind The Knot Owl  Instagram channel loves yarn and has made a number of creations, including an adorable stuffed unicorn! 

19. @lisapinenotes (Lisa)

We love Lisa's channel not only because of the stunning needle and hook work represented, but also because of her fantastic use of color in each one of her projects! Follow Lisa to see all kinds of yarn projects in, literally, every single color! 

20. @Krafty.Katt

The fiber artist behind Krafty Katt owns a cat that she adores. her cat is often features in her photos as she and her feline friend wear matching knitted accessories. All this to say, this is an excellent channel for people who love cats - and dragons. That's right, dragons. Krafty Katt has made freaking DRAGONS with yarn and a crochet hook, and it's awesome. 

21. @hookychia (Chiara Acquistapace)

If the site of bright colors and well made items tends to make you happier (which it probably does), following Chiara's channel will undoubtedly make your life better! Follow Chiara if you need crocheting inspiration and more color in your daily social media experience! 

22. @k.h.joyfullymade(Krista Harrington)

The variety of handmade accessories and clothing on Krista's channel is incredible! We love her hats, sweaters, tops, and baby clothes!

23. @lehhandmade (Emilie)

Emilie's channel is filled with both crocheting and knitting projects and images. Emilie has created a large variety of clothing, household items, and accessories with her exceptional yarn crafting skills. These projects are captured gorgeously through the photos of her Instagram channel. 

24. @divinedebris (Amber)

Amber's bio states that she is a "Crochet designer, yarn enthusiast, geek, & coffee codependent." Does that sound like your type of person? Same here! Amber's channel features some of the coolest crocheted accessories, decorations, and accessories I have ever seen. Oh, and, followers of her channel are privy free patterns! 

25. @taliacrochetcreations (Talia)

Last, but certainly not least, Talia is a crochet designer who creates sweaters, scarves, and other awesome fashion items that you need to see! Follow talia to see some of the coziest crochet projects on the Gram!


We hope that these Instagram channels have helped inspire and motivate to keep going or begin with your next crochet project! As always, tell us about what your working on in the comments!