Russian Join - No more weaving in ends! Hate weaving in ends? The Russian join is an excellent technique for attaching a new skein of yarn or for changing colors. Best of all, it creates a secure join, so you can keep crocheting or knitt.
How to Crochet Understanding Gauge FINALLY someone explained this to me. What an outstanding post (and it is in a series of a how-to-crochet tutorial.)And the other 10 posts in the series are also available.
The puff or bobble crochet stitch is as simple as single and double crochet. This stitch that will provide amazing texture to your hooked bits! -- I think I might try this as a border on a granny square blanket to add a bit of texture.
It’s time to put those crochet needles to good use! This collection of crochet classes for beginners from Creativebug can help you learn how to make handmade items like rugs, blankets, and even pom poms!
Going back to the basics when it comes to creating works of art with yarn has never been easier. Thanks to these 19 Crochet Classes for Beginners from Jo-Ann and Creativebug, you can learn to create woven wall hangings, potholders, rugs, and more.
Get your daily dose of Vitamin Yarn with Twinkie Chan’s newest food-themed creations: crocheted fruits and veggies! Thes nine delicious (in)edible designs are perfect for those days when you want to feel healthy, but don’t necessarily want to eat healthy.
Side-to-side shawls can appear daunting, but it’s actually one of the easiest shawl styles to construct. Join Marly Bird as she shows you how to create this fabulous shawl that will definitely catch everyones attention.