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  • Granny Squares to Design With

    A crochet afghan is a big project to finish. I think that's why crocheters love sample afghans. A variety of squares, techniques, and colors make each motif exciting. You'll be finished with your afghan before you even realize it. I love curling up with a granny square dictionary and marking...
    Posted to How to Crochet by Toni Rexroat on Sep 15, 2014
    Filed under: Granny Squares, Crochet Blankets, Crochet
  • Tapestry Crochet for Gorgeous Colorwork

    My first adventure into crochet colorwork, outside of simple stripes, was tapestry crochet. Probably one of the easiest colorwork techniques, tapestry crochet is perfect for geometric designs that really stand out. To create the gorgeous designs of tapestry crochet, you will carry your unused yarn across...
    Posted to How to Crochet by Toni Rexroat on Sep 11, 2014
    Filed under: Crochet Stitches, Crochet Techniques, Tunisian Crochet, Crochet Lace, Crochet Me, Crochet
  • You Can Do It! Two-Color Tunisian Crochet In-the-Round

    I realize how daunting Two-Color Tunisian Crochet In-the-Round must sound to someone who has little to no experience with Tunisian crochet. Images of tangled strands of yarn attached to various parts of your project; long, double ended hooks; two colors at one time; I can see where this is going in your...
    Posted to How to Crochet by LindsaySmith on Sep 10, 2014
    Filed under: How To Crochet, Crochet Stitches, Crochet Techniques, Tunisian Crochet, Crochet
  • It's All About Crochet

    What do they talk about on Knitting Daily TV: brioche knitting, knit socks, fit? Yes, they do talk about those things, but there is also LOTS of crochet! Host Vickie Howell is a contributor to Interweave Crochet , and a passionate crocheter. She has also brought a great deal more crochet to the Knitting...
    Posted to Crochet Me Blog by Toni Rexroat on Sep 8, 2014
    Filed under: How To Crochet, Crochet Techniques, Crochet
  • Crochet Jewelry Ingredients

    Looking for a quick crochet project, something that will draw attention with only a minimal number of stitches? Crochet jewelry not only is an eye-catching accessory that is great for year-round use, but necklaces, earrings, and bracelets are easy to whip up in a few evenings. There are a few essential...
    Posted to Crochet Daily by Toni Rexroat on Sep 4, 2014
    Filed under: How To Crochet, Crochet Embellishments, Crochet Patterns, Crochet Jewelry, Crochet
  • "Just to be Cute" Slouchy Beanie

    Author Kathy Lashley Introduction Here's a great hat to wear for no other reason than "Just to be Cute". It's lightweight and fairly quick to work up. The Pattern http://www.elkstudiohandcraftedcrochetdesigns.com/2014/09/02/just-to-be-cute-slouchy-beanie/
    Posted to Free Member Patterns by ELK Studio - Handcrafted Crochet Designs on Sep 3, 2014
    Filed under: crochet, beanie, slouchy beanie
  • Seaming Crochet Slippers

    Afghans, jewelry, sweaters, and even slippers, you can create anything with the crochet granny square. And there is something inherently homey about this classic motif; it makes me want to curl up with a view of the mountains, a good book, and a cup of hot chocolate. Ella Slippers by Dora Ohrenstein...
    Posted to How to Crochet by Toni Rexroat on Sep 1, 2014
    Filed under: Crochet Stitches, Crochet Techniques, Crochet Accessories, Crochet Socks, Crochet Me, Granny Squares, Crochet
  • Crochetscene: Jazz Topper

    Have you started whipping up things from Crochetscene yet? I just made the Jazz Topper by Lynn Wasylkevych. In the process, I learned a thing or two that might help you if you're making it (or maybe sway you to add it to your queue!) I should note that I made this in about a week, in two different...
    Posted to Inside Interweave Crochet by Marcy Smith on Aug 31, 2014
    Filed under: Crochet Stitches, Crochet Techniques, Easy Crochet Patterns, How to Crochet, Crochet
  • coldwave sweater

    Has anyone worked this pattern? I am having issues with the ending on round 1 - I am probably over thinking it but it doesn't make sense... thanks
    Posted to Crochet Chat by martiadams on Aug 14, 2014
  • Please help me identify this stitch and how to make it

    Front of blanket Back of blanket This blanket dates from about 1960-70. I haven't counted but there are at least 25-30 colors It appears that whoever created it changed colors every 1-3 "stitches" and then tied the next color and left the threads hanging on the underside. The threads were...
    Posted to How do I? by foodoglaster on Aug 14, 2014
  • Re: Selling your crochet

    HMMM, not yet. I have sold my crochet patterns in Etsy, but not that much. I'am publishing my first kindle book all about Crochet that comes with five patterns! :) And I'll message you up once its up on a free promotion :)
    Posted to Crochet Me by valeriegoopio on Jun 30, 2014
  • Hello from County Tipperary, Ireland

    I am an American married to a Tipperary man living in Ireland. I learned to crochet as a young one but had put it aside until a few years ago. I was mainly doing Granny Squares until I joined a local craft group. I have since learned to do some bears and burial gowns for still born babies. These last...
    Posted to Introduce Yourself by librachild on Jun 22, 2014
  • Re: Need help working with super bulky yarn

    Yes, you need to feel the stitches. Be careful not to twist your work, especially when you first start. You need to make the stitches larger than you think you should. Pull the yarn as far as you need to in order to make each stitch flat. When you join to the previous row or round, instead of slip stitching...
    Posted to Tips by Cdanireed on Jun 21, 2014
  • Re: Crocheting on Knitting Daily

    I finally have seen more shows of the 1st new season - and YEAH more crochet!! Hopefully this will continue - here's a suggestion or two - a segment or two on finishing tips , and using crochet edgings etc. And how about a project done in both knitting and crochet ( like mitered squares scarf) the...
    Posted to Knitting Daily TV by sskeller on Jun 2, 2014
  • Correction found for Picea Hat - Interweave Crochet Accessories 2014

    Hello, I was making this wonderful hat but ran into a problem with the instructions of making this 4 loop star stitch. I figured it out with a lot of 'trial and error' only to find that the designer of the hat had posted a video with the corrections on YouTube. Check out the corrections on YouTube...
    Posted to How do I? by lizard58 on May 18, 2014
  • Sick Sock Monkey Free Patterns

    this whole pattern set is now available for free, the wheelchair, the monkey and the IV Drip pole are all linked inside this pattern Stop by my facebook page Amigurumi Freely for more free daily pattern postings!
    Posted to Member Photo Gallery by Sharon Ojala on Mar 23, 2014
    Filed under: amigurumi, crochet, free pattern, gift, DIY, how to, hospital, sick
  • "Miranda" Adult Slouch Hat Pattern

    Author Lorene Eppolite Introduction Adult slouch hat pattern made in puff stitch with front post double crochet and crab stitch edging. Pre-teen size also available on blog. Intermediate pattern can easily be changed to suit a beginner, instructions included in pattern. Materials List Any worsted weight...
    Posted to Free Member Patterns by cre8tioncrochet on Jan 1, 2013
    Filed under: hat, crochet, slouch, slouchy, double, stitch, post, crab, puff, front
  • Crochet Pattern Newborn to Adult Beanie

    Pattern is from my blog http://www.crochetdreamz.blogspot.com The pattern is written to include all sizes.
    Posted to Member Photo Gallery by crochetmagic on Oct 3, 2011
    Filed under: crochet, women, pattern, Baby, beanie, children, kids, pdf, newborn, adult
  • Baby Raindrop Boots Crochet Pattern 18

    Illustrated step by step instructions in PDF file includes tutorials and tips. Sizes birth to 12 mo. Written in American English crochet terms with British English conversion chart. Crochet Pattern #18. Crochet pattern for baby rain boots in a raindrop texture pattern. Booties feature bumper around bottom...
    Posted to Member Photo Gallery by Genevive on Feb 18, 2011
    Filed under: crochet, Etsy, Baby, booties, infant, boots, genevive, shoes, pdf, ravelry, artfire, epattern, rainboots
  • 10 Free Granny Square Patterns

    The basic granny square is a series of shells worked with increases at the corners to create a square. You'll find directions for the basic granny square motif on page 5 and tips for joining the motifs on page 14. If you're just venturing into granny squares, we have some great starter projects...
    Posted to Free Crochet Patterns by Toni Rexroat on Aug 3, 2010
    Filed under: Interweave Crochet, Easy, Blanket, Afghan, Crochet, Interweave Free Crochet Pattern, robyn chachula, granny square, Valentina Devine, Judith L. Swartz, Tracy St. John, headband, pullover, Vest, MK Carroll, bracelet, Crocheted Socks
  • "Princess Crown"

    Author Beloved Woman Introduction A Fabulously Decorative "Crown" for your next Gala or Holiday Party! This beautiful hat works up wonderfully in any of the regular and/or metallic crochet threads, however you must use at least four balls in order to get the 4 ply thickness that will enable...
    Posted to Free Member Patterns by Beloved Woman on Apr 11, 2009
    Filed under: For women, 2 - Fine, Hats, crochet
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