Improve Your Crochet: Essential Techniques is a detailed skills-building crochet class taught by Edie Eckman through Craftsy. You can use this class to improve upon your existing crochet techniques as well as to learn new ones.
I love the technique. It’s beautiful and it’s a lot easier than I originally expected. So I’ve got a new broomstick lace crochet make to share.
The world of crochet is a world of never-ending options for those who want to delve into all of the many different advanced crochet techniques that are available!
Some people always swatch for gauge before starting a crochet project. Many of us don’t. Here is a look at all of the reasons why from both sides of the fence.
I might want to produce the results but I don’t enjoy the process so I won’t say never, because you never know, but right now here are five super awesome crochet techniques that I adore looking at and probably won’t ever do myself.
Earlier this week I did a book review of the great crochet finishing techniques book by Betty Barnden. As I mentioned then, this book starts off with Barnden’s “10 Golden Rules for a Great Finish”. They’re smart instructions so I thought I’d share what they are here.
So here’s a curious question for all of you crochet-ers out there. How do you feel about the thought of tying knots into your work?