Learn Advanced Crochet Stitches with a Free eBook

Are you ready to take the next step in your crochet journey and create with advanced crochet stitches like linked crochet, hairpin lace, or crocodile stitch? The newest Crochet Me free eBook uses images, illustrations, and text to share ten advanced crochet techniques with you.Here is just a sample of the advanced stitch techniques included in Advanced Crochet Stitches: A Free Guide to Crocheting Stitches Including Crocodile Stitch, Hairpin Lace and More.The bullion stitch, can be a tricky stitch to master. But with the right tools and a few little tips, this stitch, also called the roll stitch, can let you add texture and visual interest to crochet projects.
Free Guide to Advanced Crochet Stitches | CrochetMe.com 1. Multiple yarn oversThe bullion is a series of yarn overs that are drawn together in the final stitch. The best hook to complete the bullion stitch effectively is a long, slender, in-line hook. The best yarn to use is a tightly plied one.To begin the stitch, loosely yarn over the number of times called for in the pattern. Working the yarn overs loosely is key to easily drawing the hook through all the loops. If you can’t get your loops loose enough, hold the handle of another smaller crochet hook alongside your hook and wrap the yarn over both. Slide the second crochet hook out after wrapping before completing the stitch.
Free Guide to Advanced Crochet Stitches | CrochetMe.com 2. Yarn over and pull up a loopYarn over and draw through all the loops on the hook. As you draw the hook through, firmly hold the loops in place with the hand that is not holding the hook. If the loops do not slide easily, pick up each loop and pull it off the hook as you draw through.
Free Guide to Advanced Crochet Stitches | CrochetMe.com 3. Finished bullionTo close the bullion, yarn over and draw through the last loop on the hook before working the next stitch. If you get this right away, that’s terrific! Most people new to the stitch have to do a bit of ripping out before getting it right. The key to the bullion stitch is to practice it until your hands become familiar with the tension required when making the yarn overs and drawing the hook through.
Download Advanced Crochet Stitches: A Free Guide to Crocheting Stitches Including Crocodile Stitch, Hairpin Lace and More today and add ten new crochet stitches to your library.Best wishes,P.S. Do you have crochet friends who would love to add a few more stitches to their repertoire? Share this with them!

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21 thoughts on “Learn Advanced Crochet Stitches with a Free eBook

  1. Hi, to find the link scroll to the second para at the top of the page where it starts
    with “here is just a sample …………..” put your cursor on the words printed in italics “Advanced crochet …………..” and click. A line will appear underneath and the next
    page will open automatically.
    Hope this works

  2. I can’t open the download either. First tried using the links in the email you sent me and thought it was a problem with the email. So I went to your web site and the links here also take me to a blank white page. Thought it might just be slow to load, so I waited a couple minutes and nothing appeared. Hope the problem is fixed soon. Thanks.

  3. when i click on the link for the e-book on advanced stitches i just brings up a blank white page. why won’t it load? please someone help us. it appears i am not the only one who is unable to get this e-book to load. i recvd notice of it in my e-mail but it doesn’t appear available. please let us know if it isn’t ready yet, when it will be. thank you so very much for all of your e-books. i have found a number of them to be most helpful.

  4. We are working on fixing this problem right now. Thank you for your patience. This is, or course, a problem I have never seen before. We will get it back up and running as soon as possible.
    Best wishes,

  5. Under picture 3 where it says “Download Advanced Crochet…” hover over the title “Advanced Crochet Stitches: A Free Guide to Crocheting Stitches…” a line should appear below it. Click there and it should open a new page with a red button that says “Get My Free eBook”. If you click the button it should open up another page with another red button. Clicking on the last button opens up the save as folder. Voila! You have made it!