This bewitching beanie features Broomstick Lace; a unique type of crochet that uses a large knitting needle, jumbo hook, or even a large dowel to make elongated loops. These loops twist as they are crocheted into groups, making a very lovely lace pattern. Because of its construction, this lace takes up less yarn than most other forms of crochet, so it’s just perfect for those special lone skeins we all have in our stash! Most often, broomstick crochet is worked in turned rows, but this pattern will show you how to work it in the round. Don’t worry if you’ve never made anything in this stitch pattern before- it’s much easier than it looks!
Bad hair day got ya down? Throw on this cute bucket hat and gain some extra style points! This warm weather hat will shade your face while allowing a breeze to pass though it’s paper-y fabric. A variation on the half-double crochet stitch creates a brim with enough substance to keep its shape.Watch Now >>
Inspired by quiet Christmastime memories, watching the snow fall outside my living room window, the Silent Night Christmas Tree Skirt evokes a calm, cozy version of the winter holiday season. The tree skirt is worked in turned rows from the center out. Puff stitches are sprinkled throughout a background of simple single crochet stitches. The cabled pine tree stitch pattern is simpler than it looks and makes for a fun ending to this large project.Watch Now >>
Reminiscent of cornfields ready for harvest, parallel ridges run the length of this cowl, narrowing as they flow across the back neck for effortless styling – no primping needed!Watch Now >>
This project is dedicated to those of you who love using up scrap yarn! Made of 8 colorful granny squares and a bit of single crochet, this whimsical bag is the perfect size to hold your crocheting essentials and your current small-scale project. This zippered pouch is fully lined – but don’t let that scare you away! Brenda will show you how to add the zipper and make the simple lining – it’s easy. We promise!Watch Now >>