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How To Work A 4 X 4 Left Cable in The Round

In this video, Brenda K. B. Anderson demonstrates how to work a crochet cable in the round. This is a 4 X 4 left leaning cable, meaning that there are 4 post stitches that cross over another set of 4 post stitches and the cable slants to the left. Download the 4 X 4 left…

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…

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…

Moonlight Socks Pattern

Description Pattern: Moonlight Socks The Moonlight Socks by Karen Whooley are a cuff-down crocheted sock that are fast to make and can really fit your feet perfectly. The simple cluster stitch in the leg gives a lacy look while the extended single crochet in the main body of the foot creates a comfortable and stretchy…

Creating a Vine Cable Pattern on a Background of Extended Single Crochet

Crochet expert Brenda K.B. Anderson loves both knitting and crochet. She enjoys exploring crochet patterns that look like they could typically only be achieved with knit stitches and converted this lovely vine lace stitch pattern to a crochet pattern worked in the round. She demonstrates how to work the stitch pattern in this video. Since…

Crochet Fundamentals with Kim Werker 3-Class Set

Description 3-Class Set: Crochet Fundamentals with Kim Werker Strike up a new hobby and learn crochet fundamentals alongside Kim Werker in this tell-all 3-class set. Begin by learning the stitches, tools, and basic techniques to get you started, then eventually discover skills to create an adorable baby sweater! Each class in this set comes with…

Linked Double Crochet Linked Stitches

Linked double crochet stitches are an intriguing way to create double crochet fabric. In crochet, the taller the stitch, the more open and airier the resulting fabric tends to be. Such is the case with double crochet fabric. The stitches are relativity tall and therefore tend to create a loose fabric. Learn how to turn…

Treble Crochet Decrease

The treble crochet decrease is a decrease that takes two treble crochet stitches and reduces them to a single stitch. This decrease may be used when a piece worked in treble crochet needs to be shaped, like a bottom-up shawl or lacy crocheted sweater. In this video, Jen Lucas demonstrates how to work a treble…

14-Day Learn to Crochet Series

Have you been curious about crochet, but don’t know where to start? This 14-Day Learn to Crochet series will help you begin your crochet journey, teaching you the basics and guiding you through two easy crochet projects. The first lessons cover supplies and terminology. From there, the lessons move on to teach you how make a crochet chain and work basic stitches. In the second half of the series, you’ll learn how to make a sampler cowl and beanie, along with some other techniques to expand your crochet skills. It’s going to be a fun-filled 14 days of learning to crochet. Let’s get creative with our crochet stitches!

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Comparing Popcorn, Bobble, and Puff Stitches

There are so many different crochet stitch patterns that can add loads of texture to a project. Puff stitches, bobble stitches, and popcorn stitches are stitch patterns that all look fairly similar but are constructed differently. In this video, crochet expert Mary Beth Temple compares all three stitches so you can choose which one you…