Join Brenda K. B. Anderson for a free LIVE tutorial and make sure to download the free Silent Night Christmas Tree Skirt pattern. 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.
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Join Brenda K.B. Anderson to learn how to make a watermelon clutch. This super-easy project is a great introduction to felting! A large circle is transformed into a structured bag simply by running it through the wash a couple of times. The felting process allows us to cut a slit for the zipper- after the…Watch Now >>
Big, squishy cables are nice and warm… and so much fun to crochet! Make sure to choose your yarn wisely to ensure your hat has a pleasant drape to it. Using a soft, fluffy yarn will keep your post stitches from becoming too stiff and give you an ultra-comfy finished product. The wide, ribbed cuff adds extra warmth for those chilly winter days and boosts the cozy factor of this super cute hat!Watch Now >>
Join Jen Lucas for a CCC GOLD LIVE event. Do you have a hard time keeping those indoor plants alive? With yarn, hook, and small flowerpot, you can create a crochet cactus that you can enjoy for years to come. The best part is that you don’t need to remember to water it!Watch Now >>
These sweet little hamsters make wonderful companions: they are excellent listeners and are always up for a cuddle when you need one. Although they are made with quite a few separate pieces, each piece is quick to crochet, making this a great project to bring with you when you are travelling, or if you just…Watch Now >>