Russian join, my favorite way to add new yarn balls. Great to see someone pin it!

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 Wind a Center-Pull Ball of Yarn

Knitting Crochet Tutorial - How to Wind a Center Pull Ball By Hand. Good for winding yarn that's in a skein rather than the already center pull yarn pictured at the beginning of this tutorial!

Do your hands hurt when you crochet? Make your hands more comfortable with this easy photo tutorial for making polymer clay crochet hook handles - Dabbles & Babbles

DIY Polymer Clay Crochet Hook Handle

Oh check it out Thompson-Harner - customized crochet hook handles out of clay! Do your hand hurts when you crochet? Make your hands more comfortable with this easy photo tutorial for making polymer clay crochet hook handles - Dabbles & Babbles

Ingenious way to hold your yarn while crocheting. Box, one large knitting needle, and yarn!!

Ingenious way to hold your yarn while crocheting ~ Box + one large knitting needle+ yarn.put some weight in the box

how to crochet with beads

Crochet beaded jewelry - instructions are in another language, but I can probably figure that out.

Turn this common closet accessory into an easy way to organize yarn.

The New Patternworks

Turn this common closet accessory into an easy way to organize yarn. * obviously not for yarn in my case, but great idea for organizing items saved for crafts or toys

picot, cluster and waffle stitch PLUS tons more easy to understand photos here LD

picot, cluster and waffle crochet stitch PLUS tons more easy to understand photos here LD

knit and crochet printable gift tag - Cobberson & Co.

Crocheted with love - free printable gift tag

free knit and crochet printable gift tag - Cobberson & Co, nothing like proclaiming your crafting skills

Top 5 Stretches For Knitting and Crocheting Pain And Stiffness

Knitting pain comes from overuse of joints and muscles. Massage therapist Kate Howe demonstrates to top 5 hand stretches for relief.

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