• 4:25

    Crochet a Corkscrew

    Crocheting a corkscrew is a fun and easy project that can be done using only basic crochet skills: a foundation chain and single or double crochet stitches. In this video lesson, Jen discusses the many uses for a crocheted corkscrew: vine decorations on a crocheted pumpkin, components for an amigurumi project like octopus or jellyfish…

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  • 10:31

    How to Weave in Ends as You Go

    Do you hate to weave in ends on your crochet projects? Dealing with all your yarn tails doesn’t have to be a daunting task. In fact, it’s possible to secure your ends in as you go! In this video, Rebecca Velasquez demonstrates how she likes to weave in ends on a project as she goes.…

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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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  • 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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  • 3:17

    Crocheting Over Ends

    Crocheting over your yarn ends is an easy way to hide your ends into a crochet project. In this video, crochet expert Corrina Ferguson demonstrates just how simple this technique is for your next project. It hides the ends nicely, even when changing colors. Corrina has a swatch of double crochet, worked in two colors.…

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  • 5:52

    Spike Stitch Edging

    The spike stitch, also sometimes referred to as the blanket stitch, is an easy crochet edging that takes your project up a notch. While it is most commonly used on blankets, you can use spike stitch edgings on just about anything. For example, it would look adorable worked along the edges of a crocheted baby…

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  • 8:40

    Double Crochet Ripple Pattern

    Crochet ripple stitch patterns are a go-to pattern for crocheters because of its simplicity and texture. It’s possible to make just about any project using this fun and easy crochet stitch pattern. It’s perfect for crocheted ripple afghans, crocheted baby blankets and more! In this video, Mister Domestic demonstrates just how easy this stitch pattern…

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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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  • 8:49

    Single Crochet Ripple Pattern

    The single crochet ripple pattern is a basic wave pattern that can be created simply with single crochet stitches and chains. It’s a great beginner-friendly stitch pattern that can be used to create beautiful crochet afghans or garments. In this video, Mister Domestic demonstrates how to works the single crochet ripple pattern. SINGLE CROCHET RIPPLE…

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