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Holy crap! Yarn and stuff! • No-Holes Crochet

People are always looking for a stitch or stitch combination that leaves no holes in the created fabric. Well, this one might be for you. Clever crocheter Rhondda Mol found this stitch in an anti…

Waffle Stitch Crochet Diamond Ridges Hat Free Pattern

Beautiful Waffle Stitch Free Crochet Patterns and Projects

Isn't chevron so HOT right now?! So is the miniature version of chevron... the Arrow! I know there are many patterns for chevron scarves, bu...

Chevron Arrow Skinny Scarf - Free Pattern

Living the Craft Life: Chevron Arrow Skinny Scarf - Free Pattern

How To Make A Center Pull Ball Of Yarn                REALLY SMART IDEA!!!!!

How to Make a Center Pull Ball of Yarn

Ever wanted to make your skein of yarn easier to use? The How to Make a Center Pull Ball of Yarn tutorial will guide to making a center pull ball of yarn without having to have a store-bought yarn winder.

Urban Shells Crochet Scarf: free pattern

Urban Shells is a quick and easy scarf that is lacy enough to be feminine. Ridges created by post stitches add an interesting and stylish dimension. The two row repeat is easily memorized, but interesting enough to keep you engaged until you finish.

Easy Top Down Sweater Free crochet pattern

This post contains affiliate links // I’m extremely excited to announce the birth of my third baby, Bailey! Days before her birth I made this easy little sweater for her. To celebrate her bi…

Great Tutorial on How to Seamlessly Change Colors in Crochet ❥ 4U // hf

How to Seamlessly Change Colors in Crochet

If you’re looking for a crochet stitch that works up fast and is easy to master, the v-stitch is perfect! And I love how one row of v-stitches looks like a zig-zag. You could alternate colors every row, make blocks of colors, or stripes. This baby blanket was made for my friend Shannon (you may remember her from …

Gender Neutral Crochet Baby Blanket Roundup

If you’re looking for a crochet stitch that works up fast and is easy to master, the v-stitch is perfect! And I love how one row of v-stitches looks like a zig-zag. You could alternate colors every row, make blocks of colors, or stripes. This baby blanket

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