Let's jump right in today because it's going to be a quick one! If you're a human who crochets, odds are good that you don't LOVE working into the bothersome stitches of a foundation chain. I know I don't. So when I needed a technique that would allow me to add length to the end... Continue Reading →
Update! : To see all available sizes for the FREE Elf Coat pattern and all the free add-ons to the pattern, visit the Elf Coat FAQ page for links! I am very excited to have finally finished my Elf Coat size medium! I rolled out the pattern early, and then worked my butt off so... Continue Reading →
Update! : To view all available sizes of the FREE Elf Coat Pattern and all free add-ons please see the Elf Coat FAQ page for links! <3 Hi there! I'm really happy I am bringing you the Elf Coat Tunisian crochet pattern today, as this piece has been my secret baby for over a year... Continue Reading →
A few days ago I released the Tunisian Simple Stitch Tutorial, mostly from material I had already compiled for my Shaman Coat pattern, which utilizes that stitch. Well, that post was a pre-game for what I have to offer today, which is the Tunisian Knit Stitch Tutorial. Tunisian (also called Afghan) crochet is a method... Continue Reading →
Today I'm bringing to the blog a tutorial for the style of crochet known as Tunisian (also called Afghan) crochet, a method that uses a long hook to keep multiple stitch loops on the hook before working them back off to complete them. There are many different Tunisian stitches, but one of the most basic... Continue Reading →
Hmmm... I seem to be missing almost a whole month! Yikes. But that means we're that much closer to October, which is my favorite (but don't tell September). Luckily I have been holding out on some projects from earlier in the semester when I wasn't as busy, so that I'd at least have something to... Continue Reading →
I've developed an impulse for Tunisian crochet - two of my most recent paid patterns have been in this style and I've recently started exploring different types of Tunisian stitching. One of those little experiments grew up to be a successful project, which I'm excited to share with you here for free! ........... EDIT 8/2020: ... Continue Reading →
If you're a regular reader of this here weblog, you know that I love to spin yarn and that recently I've been spinning a lot of art yarns full of glorious lumpy texture: slubs, coils, beehives, and locks! It's these crazy textures that make stitching with art yarns almost as fun as making them. However,... Continue Reading →
After making a washcloth in Tunisian Simple Stitch, I promise you will swear off all other washcloths.
Free Pattern for the Tunisian Crochet Fantasy Hood - easy, versatile pattern for costumes, renaissance fairs, festivals, or just for fun.