If you’ve kept up with my other videos, you know the basic stitches: chain, single crochet, and double crochet. At first, they might not seem like much. However, simple patterns like this one prove the basic stitches can create amazing projects. One such pattern is this Shell Crochet Pattern. Once you learn the steps, it… Read More Shell Crochet Pattern: Easy for Beginners
As promised in my video Easy Crochet Tutorial for Beginners: Granny Square, I have typed up a pattern for crocheting a granny square. Get your yarn here! The pattern gives detailed steps for the first three rounds. Then, it explains the pattern that you might have noticed so you can crochet as many rounds as you… Read More Granny Square Pattern
Ready for another stitch? Let’s learn to half double crochet! In my latest video, I share a new stitch that is perfect for beginners. This particular stitch took me awhile to discover, and it’s one I always seem to forget about. However, every time I use this stitch, I fall in love with it again.… Read More New Stitch: Learn to Half Double Crochet Fast!
In the world of crochet, new ideas are always hatching. But some patterns are timeless icons of the crochet world. Take, for instance, the granny square. This simple pattern is easily learned and quickly worked. With just a little bit of practice, you can whip up several squares and assemble them into something larger. Or,… Read More Wise Beyond Years: Granny Square Tutorial!
Hey, fellow crafters! I hope you’ve been practicing your crochet stitches! Now that you know how to chain and single crochet, let’s add another stitch to your repertoire, the Double Crochet! Abbreviated “dc,” this stitch is my favorite because it is simple to master, has a fluid motion that allows for speedy progress, and can… Read More New Stitch: Learn How to Double Crochet!
…Aaand the long-awaited second Single Crochet Stitch video is here! 😉 Watch to learn how to complete the Single Crochet stitch. Now that you’ve mastered the stitch, why not try working a few rows? Keep practicing! Good luck! -Amanda