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It is easy and affordable to learn how to crochet. All you need is yarn, a crochet hook, and a little bit of instruction. That said, there are many different types of crochet hooks, and it can be confusing for a beginner to figure out which hook is the right hook to purchase. This guide [...]
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Although many of the doilies that you see in stores today are made from paper or machine lace, there are still people who crochet doilies by hand. Crocheted doilies were especially popular in the early days of crochet. They were a common home decor item featured on tables all throughout the house. People still use [...]
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The crochet bobble stitch is a stitch that can actually be worked in a number of different ways. What all of those methods have in common is that you work multiple stitches together into the same stitch, beginning each of them but not completing any of them until the very last step. The result is [...]
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The crochet shell stitch is created by working a number of crochet stitches together in one stitch, which causes them to fan out and create a shape that looks like a shell. This is an easy crochet stitch that you can learn after you learn the very basics of how to crochet. There are many, [...]
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There are several different textured crochet stitches that look similar but each has its own unique way of being made. Bobbles, clusters, shells and popcorn stitches are all advanced beginner crochet stitches that you can learn after you have learned the basic crochet stitches. Many people find that it is a lot of fun to [...]
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Amigurumi crochet bunny by Iradumi   If you have spent any time in the world of crochet then there’s a good chance that you have heard the term “amigurumi”.  Browsing through amigurumi crochet patterns, you might get a sense of what this niche of the craft is, but you may not know for sure. That is [...]
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One of the best ways that you can support small businesses is by purchasing their yarn to use in your crochet projects. You can purchase yarn from fiber farms, yarn spinners and yarn dyers. Each option has its benefits, but today we will be talking about yarn choices that come from yarn dyers. More specifically, [...]
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Even if you have just learned how to crochet, you probably know the basic choices when it comes to yarn fiber: wool, cotton and acrylic are the most well-understood yarns. However, when you go to shop for yarn, you’ll see that although you can certainly find 100% wool (or 100% cotton, or 100% acrylic) yarn, [...]
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As a crocheter, you probably love yarn. And as someone who loves yarn, you probably pay attention to it both when shopping in stores and when browsing online. If so, you have undoubtedly come across the term “superwash merino wool” as a popular yarn option. What exactly is this fiber and why is it trending? [...]
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The winter season gives us the opportunity to crochet with some of the most luscious, squishiest, coziest, warmest yarns that exist on the market. This is especially true if you live in a place with distinct seasons – where it’s too warm to crochet with heavy yarn during the summer months (vice versa if you’re [...]
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