A discussion of various crochet techniques, including Interlocking Crochet™, a unique crochet technique which creates a double-sided fabric.
Doris Chan has done it again creating her signature lacey garments! If you are an intermediate or advanced crocheter who is looking for some new ways to use motifs, this is the book for you.
Make a sea of ruffles using a ribbon yarn and a base yarn.
Also known as a reverse single crochet, backward single crochet and the pie crust stitch, the crab stitch creates a cord edging for your crocheted projects.
When looking at a single crocheted or basic Afghan/Tunisian crocheted item, you'll notice blocks are created by the vertical bars and horizontal threads. These blocks form a mesh on which embroidery stitches can be worked to create a beautiful design. The most popular stitch used is the cross stitch.
If you are someone who crochets a lot of doilies or motifs such as granny squares, you might already own a doily stretcher. However, these are usually vintage and can be rather pricey. Another inexpensive way to block a motif is by using a Styrofoam board or square. Lay your item down, pin around it and then steam or spray it with clear water. However, I had an afghan involving a number of large granny squares. I thought I needed something that would be quick and easy to use – like a Blocking Board.
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