You’ll love the look of this new stitch. The Y-stitch is a great crochet stitch to utilize in lace or open work designs. Follow along with this photo tutorial to learn how to crochet the Y-Stitch.
This is an easy gender neutral crochet baby blanket pattern that you are sure to love. The different textures create eye catching stripes without the need to change colors.
You will love working with the extended single crochet stitch! Follow along with this stitch tutorial to learn how to create the extended single crochet stitch.
You will love this new stitch. Follow this stitch tutorial to learn how to make the extended double crochet stitch! A perfect stitch for many projects.
This unique cowl design is a free crochet pattern that uses only 1 skein of yarn. You’ll not only love crocheting this slightly textured design but you’ll also love wearing it too!
At some point in your fiber arts journey you may have encountered the dilemma of what it’s like working with black yarn. Here are some of the BEST tips to help you when working with black yarn.
This year I had the pleasure of working with Tiffany of Tippy Tree Yarns in designing 2 crochet patterns for her Christmas Yarn Advent Calendars that she offered this year. This was her first year adding crochet Advents into the mix along with her knit Advents. The 2 themes were Elegant Christmas and Whimsical Christmas!…
Pattern Details: The Seaside Shawl is a beautiful triangle shawl crochet pattern that uses contrasting colors to really show off the texture of the different stitches used. The color combinations are endless! This shawl design is worked from the top down. It is also worked in sections rather than written with specific row counts. This…
How early do you start thinking about decorating for the Christmas holiday? Do you absolutely love to incorporate handmade items in your holiday decor like I do? There is just something extra special when your home is decorated with handmade pieces either made by yourself or another maker. If you do plan on adding some…
Learn what crochet gauge is, why it is important and a little trick to create a ‘cheat’ gauge swatch.