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.
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,
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
Vintage lace has always had a magical impact on me. Its enchanting appearance is filled with historical values passed down through generations. Here are a few samples
I am often asked about how I design and write my patterns, so I thought to answer this questions with introduction of my new crochet
Here is another joining technique I often use in my patterns – Join-As-You-Go with arches. Using this method, we join motifs through the corresponding arches while
Ten years ago or so, this Coffee & Cream clothing collection was one of my signature designs inspired by Irish Crochet and was featured in
Steam-blocking is a very simple and quick method that helps to improve the finished look of your knit/crochet projects. However, keep in mind that not
When it comes to purchasing polyester stuffing, the cost of your materials might increase greatly if you make a big amigurumi or a crochet cushion