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 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
Worked on the bias from corner-to-corner, this soft washcloth features a diagonal stripe pattern with a textured twist. Crochet it in the stripe pattern shown, your own stripe pattern, or no stripes at all!
Are you intimidated by Tapestry Crochet? Well, it is not as hard as it looks!
Learn to crochet a Hexagon! Crochet Hexagons are quick and easy to make, and can be used in many types of projects.
Learn to Crochet a 60-Degree Triangle! These motifs can be sewn together to make striking geometric designs.