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.
Stuffing bombs are the perfect way to keep stuffing from peeking out when making amigurumi or crochet balls and stuffies.
Learn how to crochet lazy waves with this step-by-step photo tutorial. Simple without being monotonous, and utterly gorgeous!
The 5-treble cluster or tr5tog is perfect for making triangular petals. This tutorial shows you how to make a back post 5-treble cluster.
The single crochet popcorn stitch is not as puffy as the double crochet popcorn stitch. It is perfect for subtle surface texture and is almost scale-like.
Learn how to increase with front post stitches. This technique yields a lovely, textured “fabric” and lends itself well to spiral detail.
Learn how to crochet the cable stitch, also known as the 3-dc cross-over. It is a gorgeous, dainty stitch. It is also completely reversible.
This is a quick photo tutorial for the crochet Puff Stitch. The Puff Stitch is a fluffy (puffy) stitch that works really well for flowers and blankets.