Jonah’s hands are, for lack of a better word, amazing. They’re incredible. They’re an integral part of the amazing crochet items that he makes. At his site, we do everything that we can for the crochet community.
There's been much talk of “what are you going to get out of quarantine?” This is a time to, if you’re up for it, learn something new, develop a new hobby or skill, so that you’re getting everything that you can out of this time. This is absolutely the perfect time to learn how to hand crochet.
This blog was written in quarantine. That means the COVID-19 pandemic is going on, so everyone is doing their part to social distance by staying home. During this time, plenty of folks are trying to learn something new. As so many of us have time that we didn’t have before, there’s been a real groundswell of people trying to take up something new, to learn something they didn’t know, something that they could use in the future. Jonah’s Hands crochet tutorials are perfect for this. If you’re a beginner, they can help you to get started. If you’re already experienced, they can help you to find a higher level.
“April showers bring May flowers.” That’s something we’ve all heard before in a literal sense. The idea is that the more it rains in April (when, for much of North America, it tends to rain a lot) will eventually lead to a beautiful month of May. In our year of 2020, we hope that it's true metaphorically: that the difficulties of this month of April, when we’re all doing our part by staying inside and self-distancing, can lead to a future time when it’s beautiful, where we’re able to go out and enjoy all of nature’s splendor, together. At Jonah’s Hands shop, you can find items that will fit in at any time of year.