Learn how to crochet a continuous solid square with this easy photo tutorial. This square is perfect for colour change yarns.
Identifying a ch-1 space directly in front of a single crochet can be a bit tricky. In this tutorial I show you how to do it.
This is my favourite method for working away tails of yarn in crochet. I have included links to other methods so that you can choose the one that suits you.
I am sure you all have plenty of scrap yarn lying around. I certainly do! So today I want to talk about using your scrap yarn (and, let’s face it, making space so you can buy more yarn)! I am also sharing a quick scrap-buster project in the shape of a crochet organza bag (or […]
This free printable will help you organize your crochet projects by helping you keep track of the pattern source, hook size, and yarn used.
Part 5 of the Joining Crochet Squares Series shows you how to turn 4 squares into Foursquares (larger, bordered squares consisting of 4 individual squares).
Part 4 of my Joining Crochet Squares series looks at joining crochet squares with different stitch counts using a solid join.
In Part 3 of the Joining Crochet Squares series we will be looking at 5 ways to join crochet squares (using a solid join). Enjoy!
Part 2 of “Joining Crochet Squares” is a tutorial for doing a (sc, ch 1, skip 1) join and attaching squares to each other diagonally (like steps).
This is the first of a 5-part series on Joining Crochet Squares. In part 1 I will be discussing all the things you need to consider before starting your joining journey.