Like a pop song, a crochet project is warm and fuzzy and built around a hook that would be annoying to get stuck in your head. Today's Groupon has a good beat and is easy to dance to: for $15, you get $30 worth of merchandise from Maggie's Crochet's online store.
An expansive all-crochet site, Maggie's Crochet helps yarn wielders hone their craft by stocking more than 4,000 patterns and 100 instructional videos, as well as supplies from distributors worldwide. Harness the warmth-providing power of afghans with the instructional book of patterns called Take-Along Afghans ($7.95), or stock up on a spectrum of colorful yarns from Twinkle Yarn ($2.59 each). Crocheters can prevent pots from calling potholders black by creating a vibrant, vintage floral potholder ($7.99). A crocheted tea set ($7.99) won't break when ill-mannered guests claim a seat on the tea tray.
Founder Maggie Weldon's crochet designs have been featured in magazines, on TV, and as suits of armor for thrill-seeking jousters. She has published a series of 24 books of crochet patterns and seeks to stimulate the creativity of hook handlers of all skill levels through her website's vast selection of crochet content and free patterns.