Learn these advanced crochet stitches, crochet bullion stitch, crochet spike stitch and crochet loop stitch.
“Swatch Boards Crochet By-Products Swatching is key to good crochet project results. The more projects you do, the more swatches you prepare. If you are experimenting with many stitch patterns multitudes of swatches will result. When the swatch container begins to overflow, it may be time to create a swatch board. These are fun to […]
Lace requires blocking, otherwise it just looks crumply and distorted! I don’t care whether you’ve knitted or crocheted your lace: just please block it once you’re done! (Case in point: Guess which swatch above is blocked and which one isn’t?) In this post, I’m going to talk about the different blocking techniques and provide links to […]
Hey everyone! It’s been awhile since I uploaded my last video because school has been crazy, but I’m so happy to be back 🙂 **Please let me know if there are any videos you’d like to see from me soon!** Crochet Hook: 5 mm Yarn: Craft Smart 7 oz yarn in Turquoise Amigurumi Two! by […]
“This lovely broomstick lace top works up with worsted weight yarn and a size H crochet hook. Pictures will help guide you as you crochet. Using two Size 35 knitting needles, you will create two pieces which are seamed together to make the top. This lovely, trendy top is perfect for warmer weather!”
Inspired by Cancer Awareness is the Pink Ribbon Shawl. The stitchwork is fairly easy to remember. Once you get started, there is only 2 rows to remember. Once you get it into your head, you can crochet fairly quickly. The shawl is made up of 2 parts. It’s in two parts so the fancy frill […]
Foundation Rings are the start to every project worked in crochet rounds. Learn the different ways to create them here.
I’ve made about 20 Stash Buster Blankets over the last 10 years or so. I absolutely love them because they’re like painting with my stash yarn. They are made with the odds and ends of left over and forgotten yarns that I can’t bring myself to donate but never seem to use either. Usually […]