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.
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.
Today I’m happy to share with you Melissa Leapman’s Indispensable Stitch Collection for Crocheters: 200 Stitch Patterns in Words and Symbols.
I have been looking back at some old crochet blog posts, mining all of the smartest tips from people across the web. Here are fifteen smart crochet tips.
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.
If you are looking to learn how to crochet then it’s great to use online resources. There are many different options online including tons of free tutorials that generous bloggers have created. Here are almost fifty of them, ranging from very basic crochet stitches through advanced crochet techniques and motifs and into some different crochet projects.
It’s that time of year, the time for looking back and checking out all of the amazing things that we’ve seen in crochet all throughout the year. We’ve looked at crochet art, 2015 crochet books, crochet fashion and crochet patterns. Today let’s look back at the year’s crochet tips and tutorials.