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Simple, neat way to join afghan squares: Whit's Knits: Bear's Rainbow Blanket - The Purl Bee

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Heirloom Crochet - Vintage Crochet Stitches You must check out this awesome resource!

Larksfoot Crochet Stitch Tutorial - Dream a Little Bigger

Crochet slip stitch through a YO edging for a gorgeous, two color edge!

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Crochet slip stitch through a YO edging for a gorgeous, two color edge!

If you can double crochet, you can make an impressive pattern that doesn't require counting after row three. Check out the v double crochet stitch!

Basic Double Crochet Circle Pattern. for any placement or rug or whatever. so helpful!

Crochet - how to do surface crochet/surface slip stitch to monogram or put designs on crocheted items.

DIY Crochet Heart Gift Tags with

Blocking crochet squares and motifs to the same size. Brilliant!

Crocheted earrings tutorial, but this idea could be used for all kinds of things

How to crochet a ball...

Ever wondered how big your crochet blanket should be, or when to stop stitching that scarf? Well wonder no more! This guide tells you all you want to know about standard measuremens.

attaching zipper to crochet item - (text in swedish and in English) clear and detailed.

A photo-tutorial on how to fill the gaps when crocheting a hexagon blanket.

so lovely. mix of crochet and vintage handmade quilt-esque

How to Keep Crochet Edges Straight. Maybe this would help with a scarf Mama


A Common Mistake when Crocheting Beanies or Hats - I did not know this. Good info, short video!

Crochet pictorial- how to get smoother edges on appliqués and small crochet details... (This is what works for me) -side note: this is for single crochet stitches. If you're working with taller stitches just pick up the same #of stitches according to the height of your stitch (ex: the side of dc= 2sc)

Am happy to bring you (crochet lovers) my personal most useful tips to make crocheting easier.. I find bobby pins very useful and you can just stick them back in your hair when you're done.. :)