Crochet Picot Stitches Crochet picot stitches are really useful for adding a little interest to edgings, great in crochet lace patterns and are perfect for enhancing the points of stars, petals and leaves. If you are struggling with how to make picot stitches – read on!
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Crochet Through Horizontal Bar / Crochet in Third Loop Working into the horizontal bar, or, third loop gives a lovely texture to the surface of your crochet. The top loops of stitches are on display and give a neat chained-looking ridge. Here I’ve worked a sample in rows without turning and in different sized stitches […]
Crochet Foundation Chains Foundation chains are the start of all crochet patterns worked in rows. There are alternatives to the foundation chain which I’ll be covering in the future but this guide will help show you how to crochet foundation chains and get your crochet work off to a stable start. We’ll begin by looking […]
Its Saint David’s Day today!!! I thought I would revisit my Daffodil pattern from ages ago and post a Daffodil Hexagon photo tutorial for you. Here’s how the finished Daffodil hexagon will look. Take a sneak peak at the material list and grab your hook at the ready!
I use the Magic Ring for a lot of my designs because it makes a nice tight and neat center for blocks and motifs. You can use the magic ring instead of chain 1 when working in the round. Its easy an easy technique – here’s how to make it… Magic Ring Tutorial Begin with […]
I’ve been meaning to share some of my joining methods for ages. I shall start with my Invisible Seam Reverse Mattress Stitch which joins squares flatly (no big ridges at the front or back) and is a nice sturdy join. It’s almost the same as the Mattress Stitch but is worked with the wrong sides […]