Here’s a lacy stitch pattern you’ll love to crochet! Foundation chain in multiple of 7 sts plus 1. (Try 43 ch sts.) Foundation row Work 2 tr in 4th ch from hook, miss 3 ch, 1 dc next ch,*3 ch, 1 tr in each of the next 3 ch, miss next 3 ch, dc in next… Continue reading →
Loving the sparkle in the shops? The party dresses, the jewellery…oh my! Well, now you can add a bit of sparkle to your crochet life too with these hook ideas from Twinkie Chan and the ladies at A Beautiful Mess. Like all the best DIY, it’s quick, simple, and even better, the hooks make the… Continue reading →
About 6in (15cm) from the end of the yarn, make a loop with the ball end on the top. Insert the hook through the loop and catch the yarn, pulling it through the loop. Pull both ends of the yarn to tighten the knot and slide it up the hook.
Step 1 Make a slipknot by folding working yarn in front of the tail end to form a circle then pass working yarn through circle from back to front to form a loop. Loop should slide freely. Hold hook like a pencil in RH and use middle finger to support hook underneath. Place slipknot on… Continue reading →
In these tutorial blog posts, you’ll find simple step-by-step guides to many useful stitches and techniques that you’ll use every time you pick up a hook. MAKING A SLIPKNOT (The first loop on a hook) 1 Hold the tail of the ball of yarn in your left hand and drape the yarn clockwise over the… Continue reading →