Crochet Hexagon Afghan The Crochet Hexagon Afghan is made up of motifs that are about 6″. Daniel did an afghan like this once in light orange, beige and white solid hexagons. For me, having them match up like this afghan is what I would expect. Daniel made his afghan appear to be really random with […]read more >
Crochet and knit projects for categorized at an easy level. These are usually simple patterns that are easy to follow. Turn on the TV and complete your project.
Pinwheel Coasters Enjoy making these fun Pinwheel Coaster and Placemat design for your holiday decor. I’ve been wanting to do this pattern for a very long time but have always been intimidated by the swirl in the photo. Once I sat down and realized how easy it was, I had egg on my face as I […]read more >
Crochet A Simple Slouchy Trendy and in style are simple slouchy patterns. They are pretty easy to crochet. In the summertime, you can be stylish and be cool at the same time when creating slouchies with cotton yarns. Mikey’s pattern is using Schachenmayr Sun City yarn. You will use only 2 skeins to make these […]read more >
Learn to Crochet A Classy Cowl With a touch of Swanky Yarn by Red Heart that has built-in sequins, this cowl is sure to be a crochet and knit pleaser. Swanky Yarn is a really fun yarn with built-in teardrop sequins into the yarn. Currently, there are 7 different shades of Swanky. Choose from colours […]read more >
How To Make A Picture Graph Afghan Making a picture afghan isn’t that difficult as long as you get the picture and basics under your belt. The key to getting started is to figure out how to graph your picture to be set into an afghan. There are people who will charge to have your […]read more >
Holiday Wreaths You can make large wreaths with your crochet hook to be in any shape you want. For Christmas, using a coat hanger is easy to shape into a circle and crochet around it. I love it when our fans get an idea and personalize it to make it their own. Lynn Niehaus, a […]read more >
Camel Stitch Learn a crochet stitch called the Camel Stitch. This simple technique is all about identifying your threads within a stitch. Stitches are made up of two yarn strands. The yarn strand closest to you is the front loop. the yarn strand farthest from you is the back loop. But get this! There is […]read more >