When crocheting it can be extremely helpful for designers and makers alike to use the same abbreviations when writing or reading a pattern. Abbreviations can almost seem like a reading a different language and we want to keep them as similar and simple as possible.
All abbreviation terms are shown in the US version (There can be variations when reading U.K or Canadian terms)
Learn how you can crochet the drop stitch.
Learn how you can crochet the Herringbone Half Double Crochet stitch.
Learn how you can crochet the puff stitch.
The Foundation Double Crochet Stitch is great for most projects. This stitch allows for a stretchy edge, working great for most headbands, necklines, sweaters anything really!
The wave stitch is the perfect baby blanket stitch pattern, a simple one row repeat that creates a gorgeous “wave” look! You can find the FREE crochet pattern for a baby blanket using this stitch HERE.
Today I have a simple tutorial for you guy’s that can really improve your (already amazing) crochet skills.
So if you have ever wanted to learn how to crochet a stitch that looks "knit" I have the perfect (and of course easy) stitch tutorial for you all!
Easy Mattress stitch seaming tutorial. A clean and precise method to seam two pieces of work together.