• 5:36

    Turning Chains

    When you see a chain at the start of a row, what does that mean? Does it count as a stitch or is it simply a turning chain? In this video, Corrina Ferguson explores turning chains and explains how they work in your crochet pattern. Corrina begins by explaining the standard for turning chains: Chain…

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  • 6:45

    Linen Stitch

    The linen stitch is a beautiful stitch pattern that is perfect for crocheted scarves and crocheted baby blankets. It is also sometimes referred to as moss stitch. In this video, Mary Beth Temple demonstrates how to work this simple and fun stitch pattern. To begin, Mary Beth places a slip knot on her hook and…

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  • 7:11

    Foundation Single Crochet

    Foundation single crochet is a method of working the foundation chain while also adding single crochet stitches to the first row of your project at the same time. It creates a nice elasticity to the starting edge of the crochet fabric, making it a great technique to use if you find that your starting chain…

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  • 4:35

    Working into Back of Crochet Chain

    Once a crochet chain is created, new stitches can be made from that chain by working into it. In this video, crochet expert Mary Beth Temple explains how to work into the back of a crochet chain. While the manner of working into a crochet chain often comes down to personal preference, Mary Beth notes…

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  • 5:10

    Working into Front of Crochet Chain

    Once a crochet chain is created, there‚Äôs a variety of ways that new stitches can be created from that chain. In this video, Mary Beth Temple demonstrates how to work into the front of a crochet chain. When looking at a crochet chain, there is a front and a back. The front of the crochet…

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  • 3:03

    How to Make a Crochet Chain

    In this video, crochet expert Mary Beth Temple demonstrates how to create a simple crochet chain. The first step to starting many crochet projects is creating a chain. A chain can also be used throughout the project, both in a stitch pattern and to create other details within the pattern, such as for an armhole…

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