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  • 22:13

    Colorwork Using Extended Single Crochet

    Crochet colorwork is a wonderful technique to work cool designs into your crochet projects. Extended single crochet is the perfect stitch to use for crochet colorwork. This stitch is taller than a standard single crochet stitch and has a nice drape to it. In this video, crochet expert Brenda K.B. Anderson demonstrates how to work…

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  • 16:29

    Half-Double Back Loop Only Ribbing As You Go

    Have you ever wondered how to add a stretchy crocheted ribbing to the end of your project? In this video, crochet expert Brenda K.B. Anderson demonstrates how to work a back loop only ribbing that is joined as you go. It’s the perfect technique to finish off crocheted hat patterns and crocheted baby blanket patterns.…

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  • 3:54

    Joining a New Ball of Yarn to a Project

    For many crochet projects, at some point, you’re going to run out of yarn and need to join a new ball to continue. If you’re new to the craft, it might seem a little confusing on how to join a new ball of yarn to a crochet project, but it’s amazingly simple. In this video,…

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  • 3:17

    Crocheting Over Ends

    Crocheting over your yarn ends is an easy way to hide your ends into a crochet project. In this video, crochet expert Corrina Ferguson demonstrates just how simple this technique is for your next project. It hides the ends nicely, even when changing colors. Corrina has a swatch of double crochet, worked in two colors.…

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  • 5:42

    Working in the Round

    Working in the round in crochet is a versatile technique that can be used on everything from crochet baby hat patterns to amigurumi toys. There are two standard ways for working in the round: Working in rounds, joining with slip stitches at the end of each round. Working in a continuous spiral. Which method is…

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  • 5:18

    Filet Crochet Basics

    Looking to try something new and unique in crochet? Try filet crochet! This interesting technique uses double crochet stitches separated by spaces created with chains in order to create open and closed blocks on the fabric. With these blocks, you can create all kinds of designs and motifs. In this video, Corrina Ferguson explains the…

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  • 16:29

    Half-Double Back Loop Only Ribbing As You Go

    Have you ever wondered how to add a stretchy crocheted ribbing to the end of your project? In this video, crochet expert Brenda K.B. Anderson demonstrates how to work a back loop only ribbing that is joined as you go. It’s the perfect technique to finish off crocheted hat patterns and crocheted baby blanket patterns.…

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  • 3:54

    Joining a New Ball of Yarn to a Project

    For many crochet projects, at some point, you’re going to run out of yarn and need to join a new ball to continue. If you’re new to the craft, it might seem a little confusing on how to join a new ball of yarn to a crochet project, but it’s amazingly simple. In this video,…

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  • 1:00:24

    Avoid Holes When Making Cables

    Crocheted cables are a fun technique to try, and they can be added to just about any crochet project. One issue with crocheted cables is that sometimes holes can form where the cable has crossed. It makes the fabric less warm and some crocheters find these little gaps to be unattractive. In this video, crochet…

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  • 22:13

    Colorwork Using Extended Single Crochet

    Crochet colorwork is a wonderful technique to work cool designs into your crochet projects. Extended single crochet is the perfect stitch to use for crochet colorwork. This stitch is taller than a standard single crochet stitch and has a nice drape to it. In this video, crochet expert Brenda K.B. Anderson demonstrates how to work…

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  • 9:40

    Identifying Mistakes in Post Stitches

    Post stitches in crochet are fun to work and create a ton of texture on your crochet project. They have all sorts of uses from creating cables to making incredibly unique stitch patterns. Like any crochet stitch, sometimes mistakes can happen. With post stitches, it can sometimes be a little tricky to navigate what went…

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  • 15:21

    Easy Crochet Hat with Yarn Over Slip Stitch Ribbing

    Looking for an easy crocheted hat pattern? The Ribbed Watch Cap by Brenda K.B. Anderson is the perfect hat to practice the unique yarn over slip stitch ribbing stitch pattern. In this video, she explains step-by-step how to crochet this textured, stretchy hat. To begin, Brenda notes that it’s important to start with a gauge…

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  • 5:52

    Spike Stitch Edging

    The spike stitch, also sometimes referred to as the blanket stitch, it an easy crochet edging that is takes your project up a notch. While it most commonly used on blankets, you can use spike stitch edgings on just about anything – it would look adorable worked along the edges of a crochet baby sweater…

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  • 4:19

    Simple Picot Edging

    Looking for a delicate edging to add to you next crochet project? Try a simple crocheted picot edging! This easy edging can be added on everything from crocheted baby blankets to top of crocheted socks. In this video, Corrina Ferguson demonstrates how to work a decorative picot edging. This edging uses single crochet stitches along…

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  • 7:08

    Crocheting a Block Edging

    Looking for a fun and dramatic edging to add to your next crochet project? In this video, crochet expert Corrina Ferguson demonstrates how to make a block edging, that’s perfect for crocheted afghans and crocheted baby blankets. To create this edging, Corrina is using chains and triple (or treble) crochets. She works the edging as…

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