Looking for a classic crochet pullover pattern? This simple, beginner-friendly crochet sweater is made from rectangles, with minimal shaping.
Getting the correct gauge can make or break a knit or crochet project. This tutorial will show you how to properly measure your gauge and why it's so critical, so you can avoid some of the worst knit and crochet disasters.
Want your crochet to look like knitting? Use the HDC Rib Stitch to give your crocheted projects a beautiful knitted look.
This simple, cowl-neck tee is made from just two rectangles! It's a classic style that can be worn many different ways. Grab your favorite worsted weight yarn and make this top today!
This critical mistake can ruin your handmade crochet hooks! Beware of this polymer clay predicament and learn to fix it if it happens to you.
Crocheting into the Back or Front Loop Only can completely change the look and feel of your project. Use these techniques to give the fabric an interesting texture, or to help add structure to your project.
This simple sunhat will keep the bright sunlight out of your eyes all summer long! Crocheted in washable cotton yarn, it's perfect for your next trip to the park, pool, or beach.
This breezy, lightweight cardigan is perfect for summer! It's an easy, beginner-friendly project you can make today, from just two crocheted rectangles.
Sewing a zipper into your crochet bag is not as hard as you may think! This tutorial will show you how to add a zipper with a hand sewing needle, no sewing machine required.
This retro crochet purse looks just like a vintage camera! It's the perfect size for carrying the essentials, and can also be made as a zipper pouch or cosmetic bag.