Week 4: Crochet Llama Blanket Stitch Along

Welcome back to The Crochet Crowd, as well as my friends over Joann.com. Week number four. Yes week number four of our Bernat Blanket Stitch Along. This is the Festive Afghan. We’re moving on to this section right here. So this section is just requiring us to do a three single crochets, and we’re just […]

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Left Hand Week 1: Crochet Llama Blanket Stitch Along

Left Hand Week 1: Crochet Llama Blanket Stitch Along

Welcome back to The Crochet Crowd as well as our friends over at joann.com week number one. We’ve already shown you this in our introduction and now we’re ready to play together with you. So let’s begin week number one. We’re gonna be starting off here that with the Sunsoaked and then going to Vintage […]

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What Is Llama

What Is Llama

llama facts the llama is a South American member of the Camela tea family it is a relative of the camel and looks very similar to it except that it does not have a hump its scientific name is llama glama Kame lids originally inhabited North America before they migrated to South America about three […]

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Vicuna Roundup: Chasing Peru’s Priceless Golden Fleece

Vicuna Roundup: Chasing Peru’s Priceless Golden Fleece

Vicuñas. The Golden Fleece of the Andes. In Inca times only the nobility were allowed to wear clothing spun from their precious wool. Back then, if you killed the vicuña, you died for it. But once the empire fell vicuñas were hunted to the edge of extinction. They live high up in the unforgiving Andes […]

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Week 2: Crochet Llama Blanket Stitch Along

Week 2: Crochet Llama Blanket Stitch Along

Welcome back to The Crochet Crowd as well as my friends over at joann.com. Week number two of our Bernat Blanket Stitch Along. Hey, we’re gonna progress through the fun stuff right here. The bobble work that we’re gonna have the colors just pop. Just like popcorn coming out of your afghan. Hey, what’s better […]

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Week 1: Crochet Llama Blanket Stitch Along

Welcome back to The Crochet Crowd as well as our friends over at joann.com week number one. We’ve already shown you this in our introduction and now we’re ready to play together with you. So let’s begin week number one. We’re gonna be starting off here that with the Sunsoaked and then going to Vintage […]

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Why Do Llamas Spit?

Why Do Llamas Spit?

Llamas do have a funny reputation for spitting, a trait they share with other South American camelids. Thankfully, most llamas are gentle, curious, and well-socialized creatures that rarely spit at humans, normally reserving their spit for members of their own species. Llamas are descended from wild guanaco and were domesticated in the Andean Highlands of […]

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