Who's ready for another round-up of FREE patterns featuring stitches we've learned here on the blog. Today's featured stitch is the puff stitch!
I, personally, HATE working into a foundation chain. Sometimes it's unavoidable, but when you're working a solid row of single, double, or half-double crochet stitches as your first row, you'll be happy to know that there's another option! Foundation stitches!
Slip stitches are one of the first stitches you learn in Crochet 101, but did you know that you can alter it ever so slightly to get a whole different look? How do you do that, you ask? Easy! Yarn over (yo) before you slip stitch!
One of the fun features you can add to a crochet project to give it a little boho flair is a tassel! I'm going to show you how I make my tassels, without any of the fancy tools you can buy, just using things you can find around your house.
You guys are going to love the picot for its simple execution for a beautiful addition to your crochet fabrics. The trickiest part of this is the slip stitch, but I'm going to walk you through it, so don't sweat it. And if the pictures aren't enough, I've recorded a video tutorial as well, which appears below the photo tutorial.
When you finish a blanket only to realize you worked the stitch wrong the whole time, but it is such a wonderful texture, you go with it!
The Double Crochet 3 Together is a way of eliminating stitches in your work and to give it shape. Who is ready to learn the Double Crochet Three Together Decrease (dc3tog)?
If you have been around for a while, you might know that I am a big fan of the Puff Stitch. Give me all the lovely, puffy, texture! So today, I'm going to share with you how to make this fun stitch, and then you'll be able to start working on your own puffy projects!
I'm here today with a quick crochet tutorial for you for one of my favorite stitches. Who is ready to learn the Three Double Crochet Cluster (3dcCl)?
The Kiss Stitch was originally introduced in my XOXO Throw pattern, worked in flat rows, which is a fantastic way to practice the stitch. But if you want to use this stitch pattern for other fun projects made in the round, the beginning and end of the round will vary from the way rows begin and end when worked flat.