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Technique :: Good tip! "Most of us were taught to start the first row by crocheting into the front of the starting chain. Instead, try inserting your hook into the bump on the back of the chain. Surprisingly, this actually creates a much neater, smoother, & more elastic edge that will mirror your final row perfectly. Since crocheting into that back bump creates a mirror stitch to your last row, it makes seaming & adding a border or edging much easier!"

{Embroidery} of embroidery. [A group meatball]

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duitang.com

Love this intricate stitch. Great for scarf, wrap, or blanket

ingthings: Calm & crochet

ing-things.blogspot.com

Making a beautiful bow tutorial. Could work well on wreaths, especially since I tend to have leftover ribbon

DIY Summer Wreath and Huge Announcement! | The Happier Homemaker

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Cap Sleeve Cardigan crochet pattern. Made with Lion Brand Modern Baby yarn. FREE pattern! ✿⊱╮Teresa Restegui www.pinterest.com...

Repeat Crafter Me: Cap Sleeve Cardigan Crochet Pattern

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Flower crochet pattern - diagram and step by step instructions by MyPicot | Free crochet patterns ✿⊱╮Teresa Restegui www.pinterest.com...

MyPicot | Free crochet patterns

mypicot.com

Crochet Flower Earrings ~ Free Pattern

Happiness Crafty: Crochet Flower Earrings ~ Free Pattern

happinesscrafty.blogspot.gr

These Iridescent Foil Curtains make a shiny backdrop for your event. Hang these 3 feet wide by 8 feet vinyl high curtains quickly and with ease. You'll have a beautiful photo op in seconds!

Iridescent Foil Curtain

stumpsparty.com

8 Crazy Cool DIY Chandeliers

8 Awesome DIY Chandeliers

mylistoflists.com

crocheted lace - can be a lovely adding to anything you wear, a belt or if put together side by side, it can become a scarf, a stole, an afghan or a bed spread!! I like it!

Tea Rose Home: Link Party No.46!

tearosehome.blogspot.com

K1, *(y/o, K2 tog)*, ending the row with K1 Repeat row 17 until you reach your desired length. Repeat rows 1- 16 for the other end of the fabric and bind off. Add fringe if desired. NOTE: This pattern comes out of my head and I don't usually write things down, so please know it was processed to be as flaw-free as possible.

reposting prayer shawl picture with pattern

knittingparadise.com

The Diaphanous Shawl crocheted in Classic Elite Yarns Firefly – beautiful airy and light fabric with nice drape. Free.