Learn how to add an easy, decorative edging to your crochet pieces in this tutorial.
Learn how to find the back bump of the foundation chain and how to work your crochet stitches into the back bump in this tutorial.
If you’ve been intrigued with Wiggly Crochet and would like to learn how to do it, check out this tutorial to find out how.
If you’ve crocheted some snowflakes, but don’t know how to stiffen them, here’s some great information to help you stiffen your snowflakes successfully. Check out this tutorial with instructions, helpful hints and photos.
Have you ever wondered if you’re making your slip knot correctly or not? Do you have trouble closing the hole in the center of your crochet motifs? Then check out this tutorial with instructions and photos on how to make a slip knot correctly.
I had a blast dyeing some wool yarn with Easter Egg dyes. Check out this tutorial and story to find out how I did it. You’ll really enjoy dyeing your own wool yarn once you know how!
Here are the written instructions for working a foundation double crochet (fdc).
I also have a YouTube video to help you learn to make the foundation double crochet.
I was just viewing your wiggly crochet video, and at the very end there is an extra part you might not want on there.
I am very interested in trying this, thanks again for a great video!!
I’m glad that you enjoyed watching my Wiggly Crochet video. Please let me know how you like this crochet technique when you give it a try. And don’t forget to download the free pattern from my website.
The extra part at the end is an outtake or blooper. My husband thought this one was especially funny because I got upset about the knot and said a 4-letter word! I don’t curse very often, but the knot was upsetting to me!
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