Flower Child Video Tutorial

I've been working away here at headquarters preparing this special video tutorial for the shaping and joining portion of the Flower Child Pullover crochet pattern; this post features some brand new photos, discussion of how to expand the size of the design, and full step-by-step video instructions for the shaping and joining rounds (keep scrolling... Continue Reading →

Morel Mushroom Video

I'm very pleased to bring you all another a full length, real-time crochet tutorial video today! This one demonstrates the making of my Morel Mushroom secret pouch, a cute fungus shaped pocket on a chain loop with an adjustable mushroom cap topper. The written pattern for this handy project is available for free on my... Continue Reading →

Waistcoat Stitch Tutorial

Today I'm sharing a tutorial for the Waistcoat Stitch, aka the Knit Stitch! Despite the name, this stitch is a crochet stitch that's actually very simple - it's basically just single crochet - but creates a distinctive structure that's perfect for tightly formed fabric with a smooth surface texture. Plus, it looks a bit like... Continue Reading →

Pom Pom Stitch Tutorial

The Pom Pom Stitch is one of the first crochet textural details I learned, and I was so excited to discover it - easy, cute, and almost perfectly round, the pom pom bobble is made of two double crochet clusters stacked together and can be inserted into projects for beautiful accents and trims. Crochet really... Continue Reading →

Magic Ring Tutorial

Given how many crochet patterns I have that start with the notoriously useful Magic Ring technique, you'd think I'd have written a full, freestanding tutorial for it by now! Mostly because so many tutorials already exist for the Magic Ring, I hadn't bothered to do my own - but now I am remedying that thanks... Continue Reading →

Oak Sprite Hat

Acorns are easily one of the cutest things produced by trees. Their little round nutshells topped with a perfectly fitted cap, textured in minute detail, forcibly remind me of a wee head wearing a jaunty beret style hat - and I'm certainly not the first to try to recreate such a garment inspired by this... Continue Reading →

Yearling Headband

I've always had a natural love of animals and being raised in the country meant I had a lot of exposure to all sorts of them - in particular I loved the white-tailed deer that would sometimes appear on the edges of the yard, majestic and graceful but powerful as well. Anyone raised around their... Continue Reading →

Gnome Toboggan Video

Just going to keep it short and sweet today, because I'm releasing a brand new full-length video pattern and I'm excited to get to the point! I wanted to do a video for my free Gnome Toboggan crochet pattern to help provide guidance through some of the trickier parts (like increasing in alternating fpdc/bpdc) and... Continue Reading →

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