An intricate texture in crochet can be easily achieved by working around the post of stitches or in front / behind of previously made stitch(es).
I can’t stress enough the importance of knitting and crochet GAUGE when it comes to making items that are meant to fit a specific size.
Finishing quilts without binding is easier than you think. In my previous post about Finishing Irregular Quilt Edges Without Binding, I used 2 pieces of
Here are 2 of my favourite methods for joining crochet motifs with a slip stitch. Using these methods, you can finish all your motifs individually,
It might seem tricky when you need to bind a quilt with irregular edges, but not to worry, as there are a few non-traditional methods
When you are making quilt blocks, a true 1⁄4″ seam allowance is crucial for achieving accurate measurements, especially when it comes to large blocks with
Traditional Log Cabin Block Traditional log cabin quilt blocks are made of dark and light strips of fabric that are sewn around a small square
Oh I just love those perfectly rounded sock toes without “EARS”! To achieve this result in kitchener stitch, you just need to work the first
If you already made crochet rugs from my PDF patterns or from my book (Crochet Animal Rugs), you can also use these patterns to make
Short Rows is a knitting technique, commonly used for shaping & curving knit sections (sock heels, gussets, bust shaping, shoulder shaping, etc) or for creating