There’s more to see...
Join millions of other people on Pinterest!
Visit Site

What Does "Block" Mean in Crochet?

by Laura Terwilliger
Finishing off a crochet piece can be satisfying, but there's another step that can take your project to the next level: blocking. Blocking a piece of crochet is a very easy process that can really change the character of your work for the better.

Related Pins

Crochet Cheat Sheet | Crochet stitches | Learn Crochet Stitches | Crochet Abbreviations.... I have been wanting to find something like this forever cause I do not know how to read charts and have seen some really cute patterns if only.

crochet stitches...great way for me to learn to read diagrams, makes my crocheting experience more versatile

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!

Amy Hall....how to read crochet patterns!! read this...you will like her stuff!!

Crochet Moss Stitch Instructions (also called Granite stitch)

Great Guide of Symbols Used for Crochet Stitches. Also standard abbreviations and explanation of stitches. (don't be fooled, it's on a knitting blog.)

Crochet stitch: Would be pretty for an afghan; just add a big, lacy border!

Crochet method - a nice way to use up the left overs. I think you could also use strips of T-shirt or other fabric and do the arching row of crochet over that.