Tutorials

Learn how to crochet the v-stitch with this easy photo tutorial. The tutorial also includes instructions on how to add rows of other stitches on to your v-stitches. The stitch pattern is also known as the open v-stitch or dc v-stitch. What will you make with these stitches?

How to Crochet the V-Stitch

The double crochet v-stitch is such a fast and versatile stitch made by using only double crochets and chains. It creates a beautiful lacy fabric which has good drape and flow.  If you know how to double crochet, chain, and skip stitches, you can easily learn this stitch. Are you ready to learn how to […] Read more…

No contest, these are the best hooks I have ever used. With them I can crochet longer and faster. Read the full clover amour crochet hook review.

Clover Amour Crochet Hook Review

So you want to crochet faster and for a longer period of time without aching arms?  Crocheting faster and longer means MORE projects and more patterns and, maybe best of all, more yarn! YAAAASSSSSSS! I know there are technique or posture changes you could make to help you improve your crocheting, but I would like […] Read more…

Learn how to crochet the spider stitch with this step by step photo tutorial. It is an easy to follow guide for the spider stitch.

How to Crochet the Spider Stitch

Don’t you just love learning new and simple stitches?   If you can chain and single crochet it will be easy for you to learn how to crochet the spider stitch. Don’t forget to save the crochet spider stitch tutorial on Pinterest so you can refer to it later! (Loving that hook? It’s the Furls Odyssey […] Read more…

Learn how to crochet the Modified Cluster stitch with this full photo tutorial. The stitch creates adorable triangles which are great for scarves or accessories.

How to Crochet the Modified Cluster Stitch

Happy accidents are wonderful things.  I stumbled upon this modified cluster stitch during a failed attempt at another stitch.  Since it is a unique stitch, a tutorial of how to crochet the Modified Cluster stitch seemed appropriate. The stitch is actually very easy and almost identical to a cluster stitch.  Starting a row with a […] Read more…

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