This technique allows you to work the foundation chain and the first row of crochet at the same time! FREE Tutorial + FREE Foundation Stitches Cheat Sheet
Are the edges of your crochet wavy? Are there gaps from turning chains along the sides? Fix that problem NOW with a Chainless Starting Stitch!
The Invisible Slip Stitch and Chainless Starting Stitch eliminate the typical turning chain and slip stitch for a seamless, nearly invisible join, perfect for working STRIPES!
Learn to SEAMLESSLY GRAFT CROCHET – Join Foundation & Top Edges + Fix Mistakes Without Unraveling
This technique will STOP the edges of your flat panel from curling!
The Russian Join is one of my favorite ways to join a new yarn in a project. It does make the join area a bit thicker, but is still pretty inconspicuous in most yarns. This method creates a seamless, secure join, and does not require a knot, or weaving in any extra yarn tails.
Are you intimidated by Tapestry Crochet? Well, it is not as hard as it looks!
The Invisible Slip Stitch and Chainless Starting Stitch eliminate the typical turning chain and slip stitch for a seamless, nearly invisible join.
Are you intimidated by Tapestry Crochet? Well, it is not as hard as it looks! If you can crochet back and forth in rows and color by the numbers, you can work tapestry crochet!
Free Pattern! This Brioche Slouchy Hat is warm, squishy, and airy, knit in 3 colors. This tutorial will teach you to work my Shortcut Brioche stitch in the round. If you can work in the round and work “knit 1, purl 1” ribbing, you can knit this hat! There are no decreases at the crown, or anywhere in the pattern, it’s just ribbing and Shortcut Brioche Stitch. I added a large pom pom at the back.