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Repeat Crafter Me

Repeat Crafter Me
We have about one more week until Easter which means you still have time to crochet a couple of these Chevron Striped Eggs! Don't let the pattern intimidate you. I am adding in a lot of extra notes to help guide you through it. Once you do one, the next one is a breeze. Materials: - Worsted weight yarn in a main color and then an accent color for your stripe. - Size G crochet hook - Poly-fil stuffing - Tapestry needle Abbreviations:Magic Ring Tutorial Sl St = Slip Stitch Ch = Chain SC = Single Crochet SC Decrease = Single Crochet Decrease HDC = Half Double Crochet DC = Double Crochet

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12 Ways To Join Granny Squares 12 Ways To Join Granny Squares These are the basic methods to join granny squares. SINGLE CROCHET JOIN METHOD [Photo and Tutorial Source: Repeat Crafter Me] This is one of the most popular joints among the granny square. It leaves a ridge separating each square and gives the blanket texture and dimension.

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How to make: a modern crochet evening bag The triforce evening bag is trendy yet timeless, making it the perfect homemade gift for a friend or sister this Christmas BY Molla Mills | 06 December 2014 This stylish triangle pattern is formed using a technique that changes colours regularly on each row. You'll need to set aside several evenings for this project, but once you get the gist of it the work will go smoothly. Sun Catcher Afghan Square pattern by Julie Yeager This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download This pattern will be a free Ravelry download throughout the end of the year 2015 (December 31, 2015.) Feel free to link to this pattern for CALs, blog posts, etc. Like light shining through a stained-glass window, this afghan square will brighten your day. It is easy to stitch with only a few post stitches; most is single and double crochet. Thoroughly tested and clearly written, Sun Catcher Afghan Square can be crocheted by a beginner.

Tw-In Stitches: Wobbly Squares Blanket - Free Pattern I have a confession to make. I'm not a fan of granny squares. For some reason I have yet to figure out, they annoy me. The first few rows are fine, but the never ending grannies just don't do anything for me. However, square blankets fascinate me. I love the idea of working in rounds that join and color change effects are equally satisfying. Top Tech Tips – the perfect crochet circle You know the score. You’ve been making crochet circles the same way since I Don’t Know When, but they are never quite right – the seam, having to smooth out the corners… I’ve been trying to find a way of improving on the basic crochet circle where you close off each round with a slip stitch. This is easy to work and easy to count, but the slip stitch at the end of the round creates a visible seam, and you also need to stagger the increases to stop the ‘corners’ becoming obvious. The second way of doing it is the spiral. This has the advantage of losing the seam, but it is more tricky to keep track of the stitch count (stitch markers may be needed!), and when you have finished there is a visible ‘step’ at the end which needs smoothing out.

Featured Member Crochet: November 2 - Starting Chain Featured Member Crochet: November 2 It's been a beautiful Saturday where we are and we hope that you're finding that Fall just seems to enliven the creative spirit. Here are a few works of crochet that have been recently shared with our community at Starting Chain. We hope they inspire! Two-colour Linen Stitch Square ⋆ Look At What I Made Phew! I have finally written the instructions for the Two-colour Linen Stitch Square, as used in my Linen Stitch Manghan. The linen stitch has always been one of my favourite stitches, and I am very pleased to present you with this pattern. The stitch itself is very dense, so I will be using a much larger hook than recommended for the yarn weight.

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