Before I tried broomstick lace, I thought that it would be difficult. Although it takes some adjusting to figure out the right position and whatnot for your own comfort, it’s actually a fairly easy version of the craft and one that I find to be so beautiful. I’ve created a beginner’s guide and a cowl pattern for Red Heart Yarns (shown below) and also collected some of my other favorite crochet broomstick lace patterns here to inspire you.
Jessie Rayot makes terrific crochet patterns, which she releases regularly through a variety of channels including her own blog, Jessie at Home. I’ve written about her often because she’s one of my favorite sponsors of this blog. Here are some of her newest crochet patterns and tutorials.
Two days ago we took a look at 12 Tunisian crochet patterns and yesterday we looked at 12 Tunisian crochet photos for inspiration. But what if you don’t know this niche of crochet, yet? Here are some resources to help you learn Tunisian crochet.
There is always something new to learn in crochet. Check out the 45+ crochet tutorials below to find stitches, stitch patterns, techniques, motifs and projects that are new for you.
Jessie shares her patterns on her website and also sells some patterns through Craftsy, Etsy and Ravelry. I thought I’d round up some of the crochet patterns and tutorials that she’s published so far in 2015 for you to enjoy today.
Before we head into 2015, we’re taking a look back at all things crochet that were posted on this blog in 2014. Yesterday we looked at all of the year’s crochet pattern roundups. Today we’ll look at crochet tutorials.
Whether you’re just a beginner or have been crocheting forever, it seems that there’s always something new and interesting to learn in this craft. This roundup of crochet tutorials will help you expand your skills. How to Crochet Stitches How to Crochet the Crocodile Stitch via @crochetme How to Crochet the Magic Ring via @becraftsy How to Crochet a SC Cord. From Sweaterbabe. How to Crochet Stitch Patterns