• The Crochet Waffle Stitch

    The waffle stitch is one of my favorite textured stitches! It is such a fun stitch to do and is easier to execute then it looks. The waffle stitch is a dense and sturdy stitch that makes for a heavy and warm blanket that would be perfect for the cold months! This stitch can be…

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  • The Single Crochet Stitch

    The single crochet stitch is one of the first stitches that you should learn when you are just starting out in learning how to crochet. The single crochet stitch can be used for almost any crochet project. It can be used for blankets, clothing, hats, stuffed animals/dolls, etc! It can also be worked in a…

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  • Puff Stitch

    Crochet – Puff Stitch

    Hello! Hope you are having a nice day! Here I am sharing a pattern for crochet Puff Stitch. This is a very simple and easy to make the stitch. It gives a beautiful raised texture to the garment. In this pattern, I have made the puff stitch in a way that it looks like a…

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  • Kids Winter Crochet Cap – Pattern

      Here is a simple crochet cap. This cap is very warm and comes in very handy in winter. There are no gaps/holes in the stitch that is used, so air does not pass through. It covers up the ears fully, unlike the traditional winter hats, which need to be pulled down all the time.…

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  • Lacy Medallion Crochet Scarf

    Lacy Medallion Crochet Scarf

    Hello and thanks for stopping by today! I just love the look of lacy patterns. There is something about that I have always found attractive. Irish lace is one of my favorite techniques. While I have yet to try Irish crochet, I like patterns that have the look of it. While on Pinterest (the great…

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  • Filet Crochet Graphs

    How to Read and Work Filet Crochet Graphs

    Hello and welcome to today’s blog! I’m glad you stopped by today as I have a very special tutorial for you. I have always liked the look of lace but never had the chance or time to learn how to create it. A few years ago I discovered filet crochet. Filet crochet gives you the…

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  • Easy Crochet Mandalas

          Hello and thanks for stopping by today. Recently I got into coloring while I was recovering from being in the hospital. A friend of mine brought me some mandala patterns to color and I was hooked. Getting lost in the pattern and creating something of beauty was something I really enjoyed. I…

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  • 6 Free Crochet Dishcloth Patterns

        Hello and welcome to today’s blog! I like to make dishcloths and washcloths. I’d have to say they are some of my favorite projects. Not only do they work up quickly and make good gifts, but I use them to try out new stitches and patterns I find, sort of like mini blankets.…

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  • 4 Free Crochet Motif Patterns

      Hello and welcome to today’s blog! I like to use scraps of yarn from my stash to make little motifs. Today I’ve come up with some free crochet motif patterns to share with you. I hope you enjoy them.   What’s in your stash? I really enjoy designing crochet patterns and sharing them. It’s…

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  • How to Crochet the Catherine Wheel Stitch

    The Go-to Guide on How to Crochet the Catherine Wheel Stitch Hello, and thanks for stopping by! Do you have your favorite stitches you like to crochet? I have a few. Today I thought I’d post a tutorial on the Catherine Wheel Stitch. This is a real yarn eater, but the finished crochet project is…

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  • Crochet Pattern Basics – Reading and Understanding Crochet Patterns

    Crochet patterns can be written out or make use of symbols or grafts. Crochet patterns may seem a bit confusing and intimidating unless you know the basics of how to read and understand them. Most designers use a standardized set of symbols, abbreviations, and terms when writing their patterns. In this post, we’ll learn these…

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