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.
I just love the ease with which this Linen Stitch Manghan worked up. The pattern is perfectly simple and wonderfully manly.
I loved making these linen stitch squares for my linen stitch manghan. They work up quite quickly and there are only 4 tails to sew away!
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 […]
Join me on this hand dyed yarn adventure as Geertje de Groot shares the process of creating two cakes of hand dyed yarn, one of which I was blessed to receive.
How To Make a Little Zoo Mobile By Anette Vestergaard Bak – a manic hoarder of crocheted Little Zoo Animals. (Notes in Italics by Dedri) I have had success with gifting Little Zoo Animals as mobiles or at least ready to be turned into a mobile. So here are the instructions for making a 5-animal mobile […]