• 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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  • 3:15

    Changing Colors on Your Project Mid-Row

    Changing colors mid-row in your crochet project may seem like a complicated task, but it’s not that difficult. In this video, crochet expert Rebecca Velasquez demonstrates how to change the color on your project in the middle of a row. After this lesson, you’ll be ready to make the most colorful of crochet projects! Rebecca…

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  • 3:30

    Triple Crochet Increase

    The treble (or triple) crochet stitch is a tall and airy stitch. It’s commonly used in lace patterns and it’s the perfect stitch to incorporated into a crocheted lace edging. When working a pattern in treble crochet, sometimes shaping needs to happen, like in a crocheted sweater. Increases and decreases are used in order to…

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  • 2:18

    Half Double Crochet Increase

    The half double crochet stitch is a quick and easy stitch that can be used on projects from hats to socks. For some patterns, increasing within a half double crochet fabric is necessary and an increase may need to be used. Fortunately, the half double crochet increase is easy to work. Typically, you’ll work two…

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  • 3:21

    Double Crochet Increase

    The double crochet stitch is a workhorse stitch – it’s used for all kinds of crochet patterns and you can make just about anything with just this stitch. The double crochet increase is one of the easiest increases to work into a project. Typically, you’ll work two stitches into a single stitch. In this video,…

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  • 2:31

    Single Crochet Increase

    The single crochet increase is one of the easiest increases to work into a project. Typically, you’ll work two stitches into a single stitch. In this video, crochet expert Corrina Ferguson demonstrates the single crochet increase. An increase in crochet can be used simply to make a piece of crocheted fabric wider. It can also…

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  • 3:51

    Working with Multiple Yarns Held Together

    With so many yarns to choose from, it can sometimes feel overwhelming to decide which ones to use in a project. Why not combine yarns and hold them together as you crochet to create something totally unique? In this video, Mister Domestic talks about working with multiple yarns held together and demonstrates combining yarns to…

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