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.
Annie’s has published a book by Lianka Azulay of Bonita Patterns called Learn Embossed Crochet. The textured technique is rapidly taking the crochet world by storm. So what exactly is embossed crochet?
Tunisian crochet is a fun niche of the craft that is easier to learn that you might expect. Here you will find 10 Tunisian crochet resources, some to help you learn different parts of the technique and some patterns to help you practice what you learn.
Kristin Omdahl is a fabulous crochet designer who, with this newest title, has authored one dozen knit and crochet books. Her work is widely published, she has her own beautiful yarn line, and she is a great resource for all things related to the craft. Continuous Crochet is another example of her excellent work.
Tapestry crochet is a unique niche of crochet that emphasizes colorwork and graphic patterns. It is made by carrying yarn colors along behind the work and switching out those colors to create your patterns. It can be done using just the very basic crochet stitches that you probably already know. This roundup has nine tapestry crochet tutorials/ patterns plus another 32 photos of tapestry crochet designed to inspire you with all that can be done in this craft.
There are links here to more than 75 terrific crochet tutorials from 2015. Learn crochet basics, advanced stitch patterns, new techniques, and more. Plus explore some basic crochet projects and even some ideas in other crafts.
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.