Learn how to make fabric yarn using the continuous loop method. This step-by-step photo tutorial has been adapted from my new book, ‘Big Hook Rag Crochet’.
This is a free crochet shawl pattern for the Monday Blues Shawl. Made with Scheepjes Noorse Sokkenwol, it can be worn as a scarf too.
This lazy waves shawlette is worked from the top down. It lends itself perfectly to using a slow colour change yarn.
This continuous crochet baby blanket is perfect for a preemie or for a car seat blanket. It is worked in a spiral.
This is the pattern for my ‘Summer in Swanage’ crochet blanket. It contains plenty of photos and helpful tips. Enjoy!
Learn how to crochet a continuous solid square with this easy photo tutorial. This square is perfect for colour change yarns.
These chunky crochet slippers are super comfy and they work up quickly. You can make them with yarn, t-shirt yarn, or plarn, so they suit every budget!
I love this Winter Cottage Square. The busy center is off-set by a simple (peaceful) border. For me it is the calm after the storm.
This week I am sharing the pattern for a regular Linen Stitch Square. You can change colours as little or as often as you like!
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.