Magic Loop. In this method, you can crochet a large number of stitches and then close the middle, no more struggling to put 18 double crochets into a chain 4 ring. Great idea Yarntomato!

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The Magic Ring. In this method, you can crochet a large number of stitches and then close the middle, no more struggling to put 18 double crochets into a chain 4 ring.

Crochet symbols and abbreviations tutorial

Our Crochet Cheat Sheets Post has loads of tips and tricks that will be valuable to beginner and experienced Crocheters alike.

When working on a crochet pattern, it's good to get a feel for the different yarn weights and hook sizes out there to help you decide what to work on. This crochet size and weight infographic breaks down the different yarn weights out there and the specifics of each in terms of type, weight, wraps per inch and ply, as well as the different crochet hook sizes with both the letter designation and the measurement.<br /> This infographic even includes a handy description of what projects w…

Complete Crochet Hook Size and Yarn Weight Guide

This crochet size and weight infographic details all the different yarn weights and the specifics of each. It breaks down the yarn type, weight, wraps per inch and ply. This infographic also includes a chart of different crochet hook sizes.

THE WEAVERS KNOT…….HOW TO TIE - great for joining thread/yarn

The Weavers Knot…….how to tie

podkins: “ The Weavers Knot found via Yet Another Canadian Artisan who says: “ I ran across this page in a very old weaving book. The is the knot that is used in the spinning mill to join yarn when it breaks while being spun. The advantage being that.

No Ends to Weave In! Join Wool Seamlessly with the Felted Join!

No Ends to Weave In! Join Wool Seamlessly with the Felted Join!

Whether you call it the Felted Join or the Spit Splice, this way of adding on a new ball of wool is perfect when you want to avoid having to weave in ends. A few drops of water help wool fibers bin…

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Intersection crochet stitches including the crossed treble (a favorite of mine) and the Y stitch.

How To Join with a Single Crochet Stitch #tutorial #crochet

How To Join with a Single Crochet Stitch

I like to use this technique to join new yarn for amigurumi and any other project I am working in single crochet. How To Join New Yarn with a Single Crochet Stitch Step A: Place a slipknot on your .

Weaver’s knot tutorial - an important join to know. Very useful for knitters and crocheters.

Weaver’s knot tutorial - an important join to know. Very useful for knitters and crocheters. I actually use this knot to join thread on my serger but never thought to use it for knitting or crocheting.

You've finished your very first crochet project! Congratulations! But now how do you tie off the yarn in such a way as to keep the whole thing from unraveling? This video demonstrates a simple and easy technique to finish your project and keep it together.

How to Tie off the end of your crochet project so it does not unravel

You've finished your very first crochet project! But now how do you tie off the yarn in such a way as to keep the whole thing from unraveling? This video demonstrates a simple and easy technique to finish your project & keep it together

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