The crochet Granite Stitch, also known as the Linen Stitch or Moss Stitch, is a beginner friendly crochet stitch pattern that can be used for many projects!
One question I see almost daily in the crochet groups is “what do you watch while you crochet? I need tv show suggestions.” I mean, we all like to Netflix and Crochet, right?
Do you ever see crochet tools and other themed novelties and wonder where you can get them for yourself? Or are you looking for gifts for that special crocheter in your life? That’s why I made the Crochet Lovers Gift Guide.
I have scoured the web and put together a comprehensive list of some of the best items that are sure to excite any crocheter!
Buffalo Plaid is certainly all the rage in the colder months and especially for holiday decor. It’s popping up in all craft mediums and I’ve worked with it a lot in Crochet, so I thought it would be great to teach others how to create Buffalo Plaid for crafting projects!
Fringe is a beautiful final touch on so many projects! It works well on blankets, sweaters, bags, and so much more! Let me show you how to add fringe to your crochet or knit projects quickly and easily.
Learn how to add a clean edge to your crochet projects with this free tutorial!
Edging is a big part of making a crochet project. Whether it’s a ribbed edge on a sweater or a scalloped edge on an afghan, it’s an important detail.
Make a Messy Pom Pom using your hands! I use this technique to make pom-poms; it leaves the “tails” loose and flowing. No need for cardboard or special tools! This technique is quick and easy too!
Yarn Over vs. Yarn Under: Is there a right way? Whether working with single crochet, half double crochet, or a post stitch, we want to make sure we do it right.
This is a question that gets asked a lot in the crochet community: “How do I keep my tail weaved in, so my project doesn’t fall apart?”
Learn how to add a liner to crochet (or knit) Christmas stockings with this free tutorial. It includes sew and no-sew instructions.
Learn how to add a liner to a crochet (or knit) bag with this free tutorial. It includes sew and no-sew instructions to add fabric to crochet bags or knit bags.