Reminiscent of the scales of a dragon, this lace pattern is bold enough to stand out- even when worked in a self-striping yarn. Tassels and semi-precious stone beads dress up this shawl, and as an added bonus, add weight to the ends to keep the shawl in place. Make sure to download the free Firedrake Lace Shawl pattern.
Thrumming is a technique, more common in knitting, in which bits of un-spun fleece are incorporated into your project every couple of stitches as you are crocheting. This creates a fluffy, incredibly warm lining on the inside of your project, as well as cute little hearts that decorate the outside. This method of thrumming is developed specifically for use with single crochet stitches, and although it takes a bit of extra time to add the thrums, it is so worth it!Watch Now >>
Brighten up your cleaning routine by using these adorable flower-shaped cloths! Half-way between a small scrubby and a dishcloth, these small washcloths fit nicely in your hand and make cleaning more manageable for little hands. A matching sturdy basket keeps them organized and allows you to keep a stack of cloths on the kitchen or…Watch Now >>
Inspired by a walk through the woods on a chilly fall day, the Woodland Mitts will keep your hands warm while evoking the crunch of leaves underfoot, the organic texture of tree bark, and the wooly warmth of the animals ready for a long-winter nap.Watch Now >>
Join Brenda K. B. Anderson for a Creative Crochet Corner LIVE Q&A session previously aired on March 9th, 2022. Join us next month for an all new LIVE Q&A to get your crochet questions answered LIVE. Make sure to sign up for our free newsletter to receive notifications on when we stream LIVE. Sign up…Watch Now >>