The following posts were published by bloggers in 2015, offering more than five dozen tips to improve your crochet no matter what level you are at!
I tend to get creative with my clothing. I look at pieces that I own and think, “how can I twist this, turn it, reverse it, alter it to make a new look?” This is a great approach to take with your crochet clothing accessories if you want to get more style mileage out of the things that you’ve created.
The best tip I ever learned that I personally use all of the time is that you can crochet over yarn ends as you go instead of leaving them hanging and having ends to weave in when the project is complete.
For today’s 2013 Awesome Crochet Blogger Awards I’d like to give an award for the best crochet design information. This award goes to Doris Chan.
In this guest post designer Linda Skuja talks about relying on your crochet pattern designer for support when you run into difficulties with a pattern.
I have the opportunity today to write a post about the benefits of a color label printer in the home and I wanted to use that opportunity to share some tips on using labeling to organize your stash.
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.