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The Website

Craft Passion is a craft website with hundreds of free patterns & tutorials covering sewing, crochet, knitting, beading, paper crafts and more. The site also offers many tutorials on how to recycle unwanted materials into a useful handmade. All patterns and tutorials in Craft Passion come in full details with step-by-step photos which are easy to follow.

Started in late 2008, Craft Passion has been growing rapidly and gaining popularity and recognition and is now one of the biggest independent patterns & tutorials site on the internet.

Currently, Craft Passion accepts advertisements, affiliate programs, guest tutors posts, giveaway contributors and product reviews. If youโ€™re interested, please fill out the contact form.

You may find some standard information under FAQ section.

The Author

Craft Passion is authored by Joanne.L, who holds a MSc. in Engineering Business Management and together with her husband, own and run an engineering company. Joanne spends most of her work-free time taking care of her 2 kids while developing patterns and tutorial for Craft Passion. Her passion in sharing crafts and positive feedbacks from readers motivate her to up her game in creating craft.

When Joanne is not crafting at home or working in the office, she sources materials online or on the ground and streets. She is constantly looking for inspiration from the latest trends and fashion and finding ways to turn them into work for her craft. If sheโ€™s in front of her computer, she is editing and compiling her tutorials and patterns to be shared in Craft Passion. Occasionally, Joanne cooks for her family and share some family recipes there.

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171 comments... read them below or add one

  1. I’m interested in purchasing the chenille socks for the reindeer. But, the links don’t appear to be working. They brought me back to the original link page. Is there something that I’m not doing, or does this need to be fixed? ๐Ÿ™‚

    Thanks!

  2. Just a quick thank you for the many wonderful things you have shared with the rest of us out there. You are a very talent and creative person who does not go unappreciated

    Thank You

  3. Do you have this pattern:

    Amigurumi French Bulldog [Pattern from Ami Ami Dogs]

  4. Do you have this pattern “Crocheted Turkey Coasters and Ornaments”, an older pattern from 2011, my favorite, got lost in moving. Please help me find it, so I can print it.
    Sandra D. Greenbaum
    thelazygourmet10@aom

  5. I read that you took a bread making class. I have been searching for one in Southern California. By chance, did you take it in that area?

  6. Hi! I found you Straw Beach Bag and have been looking for raffia yarn and there are some choices but not sure if they are right. I have tried to get ahold of YiYi Craft on FB, but have not gotten a response. Is there anyway which I could pay you and you get it and ship it me?
    Thanks,
    angela

  7. Can you tell me where to buy the Fuwu Fuwu wool for the Hedgehog Amigurumi that has a little apple beside him please, I can buy online por anywhere near Barrie Ontario

  8. Hi

    I am wondering if you can please help me. I saw a Lace Bead Charm pattern on Ravelry by Johanna. It said that the pattern was written for a guest post tutorial on Craft Passion and gave a link to your site. Unfortunately when I click on the link it says that the page is not found (http://www.craftpassion.com/2010/09/crochet-lace-bead-charm-guest-tutor.html)
    Is it possible to get a copy of the tutorial or the pattern?

    Thanks

    Louise

  9. Hi Joanne, I am very interested in your Mic-O-Pear Pattern. But I bought a 5cm round metal clasp. Would really appreciate if you could tell me how to modify your current pattern for 8.5 cm metal clasp to be used for a 5cm round metal clasp. Or would you be able to post the pattern for the 5cm metal clasp? Thank you so much. Really like that design. So cute and pretty.

    • Hi Serene,
      I haven’t tried it on 5cm metal clasp but it should work if you scale down the pattern by 5/8.5 which is about 59% size of the original pattern. in other words, please set your printer to print out the pattern in 59% of the original pattern.
      Hope this helps.

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  10. Hi Joanne,
    If possible, please email me directly. Thank you very much.

  11. I have a question about using your patterns? My women’s group at church get very involved with donations to many organizations in our community here in Cedar City, Utah. Each month we donate to a different organization. This month it will be our local hospital emergency room. We are making stuffed animals for the emergency room to give to children who are brought their for treatment. It helps to calm the children. And comforts them to have something to hold on to. So my question is can I copy patterns to have the women make these. there is no charge to the hospital. It is totally given as a donation.

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