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Free Edgings Crochet Pattern Link Directory

Free Edgings Crochet Pattern Link Directory

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How to Seamlessly Change Colors in Crochet Today I want to show you how you can seamlessly change colors in crochet. Changing yarn colors within a row can be neat and easy. The trick is to prepare for the color change while working the stitch before the one that you want to show the next color. Put another way, the new color is introduced on the final yarn over of the stitch before. Grannie Patches Border Tutorial ★☆☆ - Beginner Crochet Terms: This pattern is written in UK terms. American terms are given below in green. sp - Space Towel Edging & Pot Holder 3 Pattern Printer-friendly version Send by email PDF version

Block Stitch Afghan : the way I do it !!!! .....what about two more pictures of my blanket to be???? Some of you asked me how the "dots" ( I call them "rice grains"!!!) can pop out in this way, so I thought it will be nice if I show you how this happens!!!! Happy about that??? Crochet Santa Pixel Square The other day I gave my social media followers a peek at this crochet Santa square and now I am going to give you the graph pattern and tell you a little bit about a large project I have in the works! Santa is square number 1 of 9 total squares that are going to make up a Crochet Christmas Character Afghan! As I finish each square, I will post the graph and reveal the next character/image in the blanket. Feel free to work along with me! After all the squares are complete I will sew them together and add a border. By Christmas (but hopefully soon before) we will have ourselves a fun holiday themed afghan!

How to Crochet The crocheted Woven Stitch is one of my favorites to use for baby blankets and afghans since it is easy to stitch, using only chain stitch and single crochet, and it works up quickly into a nice single thickness lightweight blanket. It can be worked in one solid color, in a variegated yarn or in stripes and each combination looks great. Here's how it works: Start out with a beginning chain in multiples of 3, plus 2 extra. For the first row, skip the first 2 chains and work a single crochet into the third chain. Then chain 1, skip 1 chain, work 1 single crochet, as shown above.

Bunny Mummy: Adding a Chain Round to Granny squares...a tutorial Hello Lovelies , Have you ever made a motif that calls for a "chain round"? The first time I encountered this technique was when I tried Lucy's much loved Hexagon pattern back in 2009. HERE is a lovely image of one of these hexagons at the chain round stage.I will admit I found it rather tricky at first....all those slip stitches........ not the easiest when you are starting out in (or in my case getting reacquainted with) crochet. As I've become better at crochet I don't find it so difficult and I can spot when a chain round has been used In this stunning SQUARE....a chain round has been used to define the circle to excellent effect.It's visible as the little white stitches in THIS gorgeous blanket where it has been used every alternate round to create an interesting variation on the traditional granny. In my own Kaleidoscope BLANKET It's used to attach the final , joining round . Lets look at a photo, this is a granny square made in the conventional manner......

Joining Granny Squares When I join my Granny Squares together I always choose to crochet them rather than stitch them. Its just the way that appeals to me, although many of my hooking buddies prefer the stitching method. I guess it's a personal preference. SHARING YOUR LOVE OF CROCHET Teaching Guide Most crocheters learn from someone else — a parent, grandparent or friend. Even if there were no how-to books, the art of crochet would flourish down through the generations. Here are some suggestions from experienced teachers that will help you get started. You can teach anyone — women, men, teens and young children from about 6 on up. You can even share the skill without sharing a language. Get them started by learning just the basics — the chain, single and double crochet stitches.

Dorothy Crochet Hexagon Motif Ready for something a little different from the usual crocheted square? Try a hexagon instead. This pretty one features a little bit of overlay crochet with the treble crochet V-stitches dipping down into previous rounds. Dorothy Hexagon Motif Size Once Upon A Pink Moon: Pom Pom Edge I was looking for a cute border to put on a granny square blanket I just finished I needed to modify it

Crochet Tutorial: Granny Squares I fell in love to Granny Square!!! Where did the name come from? Must be related from a granny that designed and made it, I searched but can’t find, even wikipedia didn’t tell….

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