When working in rows, do you ever have trouble knowing where the first or last stitch is? Are your “straight” edges really anything but straight? This is a common issue for new crocheters, and even happens to us oldies sometimes, when we’re learning a new technique. It’s easy to fix though, and all it takes is 2 locking stitch markers. … Continue reading →
Some time ago I saw a few tutorials on how to get even edge when working double crochet. Some were simple, some - more complicated. Then I played around and came up with this version, which I love.... ༺✿ƬⱤღ http://www.pinterest.com/teretegui/✿༻
My latest Craftsy blog post. My original title was "6 Tips I Wish I'd Known When I Started Knitting". The editor added the "from an expert" part to the title! I don't claim to be an expert but I do think these tips will help your knitting..
You've finished your very first crochet project! Congratulations! But now how do you tie off the yarn in such a way as to keep the whole thing from unraveling? This video demonstrates a simple and easy technique to finish your project and keep it together.