Picking the right yarn to use for a crochet project can leave you full of questions. Will it hold up in the wash? Does this yarn pill? Is it splitty? I’ll share with you some of the resources I use to answer yarn questions just like these!
If you’ve ever worked with black or dark-colored yarn, you probably know how difficult it can be to see your stitches. Here are a few tips to help you out the next time you’re working with dark yarn!
There are many different ways to crochet into a starting chain. Which method should you use?
Slip stitching is a common way to finish off a piece of crochet. But often, the slip stitch comes loose and starts looking a little sloppy. Luckily, there’s a neater way to slip stitch, and I’ll show you how!
Differences in yarns can lead to sloppy and wonky amigurumi. Not all worsted weight yarn is the same size – even if it’s the same brand! By measuring your yarn’s wraps per inch, you can more precisely choose which yarns to use for a more proportional finished object.
Did you crochet a circle that ended up wavy or curled when it was supposed to be flat? Here are two simple fixes you can try.
Have your circles ever ended up looking more like hexagons? I walk you through how to fix this, plus show you how you can modify other patterns to ensure you get a truly round, circular shape.
Sometimes, even the softest yarn can chafe or irritate your tension finger. Here are some easy DIY ways you can protect your skin!
We’ve all heard about pain in the hand that holds your hook, but have you ever had pain in the hand that holds the project?