In this tutorial, I will walk you through the basics of using tapestry crochet in ROUNDS. This technique is used when creating circles, squares, or tubes (like the sides of a bag, a cowl, or fingerless mittens/wrist-warmers) where the right side of the work is always facing you. For the purposes of this tutorial, we […]
Learn how to crochet your own round rag rug using single crochet, half double crochet, and double crochet stitches.
Crochet in the round: This is an in-depth photo tutorial that examines the different methods for working/joining in the round without turning.
The Really Lazy Popcorn is a simple way to crochet Popcorns without having to remove your hook from your work. It is made over 2 rounds and can replace Popcorns in any pattern, provided that the pattern requires you to work into the Popcorns in subsequent rows/rounds.
The Lazy Popcorn Stitch bypasses the need to remove your hook from your work in order to complete the stitch.
Learn how to make fabric yarn using the continuous loop method. This step-by-step photo tutorial has been adapted from my new book, ‘Big Hook Rag Crochet’.
Learn how to crochet a continuous solid square with this easy photo tutorial. This square is perfect for colour change yarns.
Identifying a ch-1 space directly in front of a single crochet can be a bit tricky. In this tutorial I show you how to do it.
This is my favourite method for working away tails of yarn in crochet. I have included links to other methods so that you can choose the one that suits you.
This free printable will help you organize your crochet projects by helping you keep track of the pattern source, hook size, and yarn used.