Working in the back loop only (BLO), you can create a ribbed version of the crochet V-stitch, adding some texture and a bit more openness to the design without having to make any other changes.
Check out this video which shows how to take different types of yarn and fabric and use simple finger crochet techniques to upcycle a chair with those fibers.
Craftsy is one of the best places online to learn new techniques in crochet. I’ve taken several Craftsy courses myself. They offer complete instruction, often with teacher support, in a format that allows you to work at your own pace. Each class teaches you different things, usually letting you create great projects in the process. And now, for just a couple of days, you can get two classes for the price of one.
Let’s continue on our inspiring journey through all things crochet in 2016. We’ve reviewed crochet art, books, designers, fashion, health and patterns. Now let’s round up all of the CROCHET TIPS AND TUTORIALS from 2016.
Crochet can be a very affordable craft but it’s easy to spend a lot of money on it, too. Here are some ideas for being a frugal crocheter and saving money on crochet.
Today I’m happy to share with you Melissa Leapman’s Indispensable Stitch Collection for Crocheters: 200 Stitch Patterns in Words and Symbols.
Crochet tutorials allow you to learn crochet step-by-step. You can learn how to crochet the basic stitches and then move on to more advanced techniques. These crochet tutorials provide you with tips and instructions for improving your crochet.