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  • 21:17

    Making A Top Down Hat Without A Pattern

    Have you ever wanted to make a hat without using a pattern? Maybe you want to use some yarn from your stash and you are having trouble finding a pattern to go along with it. Or perhaps you just want to be able to stitch away without following someone else’s directions. Whatever the reason, this…

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  • 8:56

    Working Evenly Into Your Row Ends

    One of the great features of crochet, is the ability to easily switch directions, and start working across the row ends. Sometimes our pattern directions will tell us to “work evenly into the row-ends” or sometimes we just want to create a border around a piece that we crocheted, in order to make the edges…

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  • 29:53

    Sewing A Zipper into Your Crochet Project

    Zippers are a scary topic for many crocheters! In this video, Brenda shares many techniques for working with zippers, from shortening them, to pinning them, to stitching them in place. First, Brenda demonstrates how to make a separating zipper into a non-separating zipper. She begins by showing us how to fit the zipper into a…

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  • 25:39

    Crochet a Puff Stitch Cowl

    In this video, Brenda K. B. Anderson walks us through how to crochet the Puff Love Cowl project. This pattern is a free download! This cowl uses a bulky weight yarn (CYCA #5). Brenda notes that this pattern needs to be worked over an odd number of stitches in order for the Puff Stitch pattern…

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  • 44:38

    Crochet Lavender Sachet

    In this video lesson Nathalie O’Shea demonstrates how to make a lovely crochet sachet. This can be filled with lavender or it can be used as a small gift bag. This project uses a CYCA #2 yarn (a fine gauge yarn) and a 2.5 mm hook, however this bag can be made larger by using…

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  • 19:51

    Front Post Double Crochet Colorwork

    There are many different ways that colorwork can be created in crochet. Different stitches provide a different look to the fabric. Join crochet expert Brenda K.B. Anderson as she works a colorwork chart using front post double crochet stitches. She’ll show you how to read a colorwork chart, work the front post double crochet stitch,…

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  • 8:56

    Working Evenly Into Your Row Ends

    One of the great features of crochet, is the ability to easily switch directions, and start working across the row ends. Sometimes our pattern directions will tell us to “work evenly into the row-ends” or sometimes we just want to create a border around a piece that we crocheted, in order to make the edges…

    Watch Now >>
  • 29:53

    Sewing A Zipper into Your Crochet Project

    Zippers are a scary topic for many crocheters! In this video, Brenda shares many techniques for working with zippers, from shortening them, to pinning them, to stitching them in place. First, Brenda demonstrates how to make a separating zipper into a non-separating zipper. She begins by showing us how to fit the zipper into a…

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  • 19:18

    Creating Neat Seams for Your Crochet Project

    There are so many different ways to seam your crochet projects! In this video Brenda shows us her top 5 favorite methods for seaming her work. First, Brenda shows us how to crochet an edging of single crochet along her row ends. This makes the seaming process a bit clearer, resulting in a tidy seam.…

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