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!
Are you a process or product crocheter? Figuring out which one you are can help you focus on what will give you the most enjoyment.
Looking to befriend crocheters? Looking for a group where you can crochet with other crafters? Here are some ways you can find a crochet group near you!
My Palm Tree Beach Island pattern is now available on Ravelry! This cute tropical toy doubles as a crochet hook, knitting needle, or pen holder. The best part? There’s NO SEWING required!
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!
Want the look of knitted fabrics, but without knitting? I’ll show you how you can crochet a stockinette look-alike!
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.