These cute little crochet bracelets are the perfect summer accessories, and are quick and easy to make!
Learn to Increase and Decrease in my Shortcut Brioche Stitch! These techniques are great for creating textured stitch patterns or shaping your project.
If you don't like the line of starting chains going up the work when joining in the round, you'll love the Invisible Slip Stitch and Chainless Starting Stitches!
This sweet, yet simple headband is quick and easy to crochet! Make it in a lightweight yarn for a feminine summer hair accessory, or make it in a thicker yarn for a chunky winter earwarmer.
Here’s a simple trick for knitting flawless fabric on your Addi Knitting Machine, even with yarns your machine doesn’t like! This will prevent dropping, skipping, splitting, and tucking stitches and produce an even, consistent knitted fabric.
Learn how to Bind Off Part of a Row on your ! Use this technique when you need to eliminate more than one or two stitches at the begining of a single row, or instead of holding stiches on waste yarn to bind them off later.
Learn to work Increases at the edges of a flat panel on your Addi Express Knitting Machine!
Free Pattern! A simple, textured, close-fitting, unisex hat for the whole family. Knit in #3 Sport / DK or #4 Worsted weight yarn, with instructions for 10 different sizes, from Preemie to Adult Large.
Free Pattern! The Double Gradient Boomerang Shawl combines two different gradient or self striping yarns. This shawl can be made in any size, with any needles, any yarn, and any gauge you like.
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!