• 20:47

    Split Single Crochet Colorwork

    Working colorwork charts in crochet can be a fun way to turn your project up a notch. By using split single crochet stitches for colorwork, the result is crisp, clean stitches that really make your colorwork pop! In this video, crochet expert Brenda K.B. Anderson demonstrates how to work split single crochet for colorwork. Brenda…

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  • 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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  • 22:13

    Colorwork Using Extended Single Crochet

    Crochet colorwork is a wonderful technique to work cool designs into your crochet projects. Extended single crochet is the perfect stitch to use for crochet colorwork. This stitch is taller than a standard single crochet stitch and has a nice drape to it. In this video, crochet expert Brenda K.B. Anderson demonstrates how to work…

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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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  • 4:19

    Simple Picot Edging

    Looking for a delicate edging to add to you next crochet project? Try a simple crocheted picot edging! This easy edging can be added on everything from crocheted baby blankets to top of crocheted socks. In this video, Corrina Ferguson demonstrates how to work a decorative picot edging. This edging uses single crochet stitches along…

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  • 32:30

    Basic Bunny Toy Pattern

    Crocheted amigurumi projects are not only super fun to stitch, but they are perfect for beginner crocheters and experts alike! These little stuffies are super “kawaii” (meaning “cute” in Japanese) and are often easy to make, using only single crochet with basic increases and decreases. In this video, crochet enthusiast Mister Domestic demonstrates how to…

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  • 11:41

    How to Crochet a Ball Toy

    Want to learn how to crochet toys and other crochet amigurumi projects but aren’t sure where to start? Let Corrina Ferguson teach you all the basics and show you how to make a cute and simple ball toy. This toy is easy to customize, and the best part is you’re learning the basic skills you…

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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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  • 3:01

    Adding a New Color to Your Project

    When working on a crochet project, the time often comes to change your ball of yarn. Whether you are working in one color and simply need more yarn, or you’re adding in a new, fun color, the process of adding the new ball of yarn is the same. In this video, avid crocheter Mister Domestic…

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