Watch this video tutorial to learn how add no-sew, attached single crochet ribbing to your crochet projects. Use this technique to add cuffs to mittens and brims to top-down hats. This video tutorial is available from both right and left handed perspective. I also include free crochet pattern links to my most popular free patterns that use this join as you go (JAYGO) technique.Read More
Watch this crochet video tutorial to learn how to start a project (e.g. slouchy hat) with a SC ribbed edging. This video tutorial is available from both right and left handed perspective. I also include free crochet pattern links to my most popular free patterns that use this technique.Read More
The Arcade Stitch is a relatively simple stitch that creates a beautiful, cut-out design perfect for lighter spring or summer garments. I’ve got a right and left handed video tutorial for you to use to learn this stitch, and then a few free crochet patterns that you can practice it with!Read More
The crochet waffle stitch is a simple stitch with amazing texture! This stitch creates a heavy and sturdy fabric that is perfect for home decor pieces and the coziest blankets you could imagine. If you have always been wanting to try this stitch, but didn't know where to start - look no further! I have a right AND left handed video tutorial to teach you the waffle stitch, and a perfect pattern to use it for :)Read More
Gingham print is always hot in the spring and summer months! It can be used in both timeless and trendy projects, and the color options are truly endless. Creating a gingham print in crochet projects is much easier than you would think, and today I have a right and left handed video tutorial to show you how to do it.Read More
This video tutorial will cover every skill you will need to make a beginner friendly crocheted mitten. Once you get this one down, you can start to customize this pattern which is perfect for selling and gifting :) Play with colors, stripes, animal faces...you name it! Once you master this technique you have endless options ahead.Read More
This video tutorial will cover every skill you will need to make a basic premie sized baby hat. Once you get this one down, you can make a hat for anyone in your family :) Play with colors, stripes, animal faces...you name it! Once you master this technique you have endless options ahead.Read More
The Building Blocks Baby Blanket is a perfect pattern for playing with color! Use Loops and Threads Colorwheel yarn or your favorite worsted weight yarn to mix and match as many colors as you'd like. This fun play on a classic granny square is called the block stitch, and I have a right and left handed video tutorial to get you started along with the free crochet pattern.Read More
The Ocean Waves Cover Up is designed to have solid stitching at the shoulders to protect that sensitive area from sun and an open-mesh throughout the rest of the piece for fast drying! It's perfect for a beach day or pool party. This toddler-sized pattern is extremely easy (beginner friendly!) and uses just over 500 yards of yarn. I have tips for you below if you want to increase or decrease the size of the cover up!Read More
Surprise! I have an early video tutorial release for you guys today! I wanted to do this for a couple of reasons. One- I am super excited to get the Fallen Arrows Blanket CAL going! and Two- I want those of you who are unfamiliar with the C2C technique to have a chance to practice ahead of time if you want to.
Part One of the tutorial includes everything you will need to know to complete the first portion of the Fallen Arrows Blanket CAL. You will learn how to crochet the C2C stitch using HDC, how to crochet C2C increase rows, how to read and follow a pixel chart, and how to switch colors mid-row.
I hope you find this video helpful, and don't forget to join me on Wednesday when the first part of the pattern will be released :)
A side note-the yarn for this blanket is on sale at Michaels this week for $2/skein!!! You can make the Fallen Arrows Blanket for UNDER $40!
Hey guys! Last month I posted seven free patterns for "Seven Days of Scafie". The most popular pattern was the Celtic Winters Cowl which uses the Celtic weave stitch in the round, and I had a lot of video tutorial requests! And now I'm happy to say that it is here for your viewing pleasure ;)
Over the past month I have been working on fine-tuning my video filming. I know that video tutorials are helpful for many when learning new stitches or techniques, and it is something that I am going to try to do more of this year! The biggest trick is trying to find a time to film in daylight, while my 2 year old, 2 dogs and 2 cats won't disturb me (ha! That never actually happens). But thanks to my daughter's long nap and my husband's interference with the critters, I was able to get this video shot last weekend :) I hope that you find it helpful!