Whether you are beginning to crochet or have been crocheting for years, there is always something to learn. I’ve put together a list of 50 crochet tips and tricks that I hope will leave you feeling excited and inspired on your crochet journey.
You’ll find ideas for organizing, tips for growing your skills, mixing fibres and learning what works best for you! Find all 50 tips and tricks below…
Learning new crochet stitches is a great way to expand your skills and allow for creative growth. They can add texture, drape and provide a fun change from working with traditional stitches. Check out my collection of crochet stitch tutorials below…
As crocheters, there are certain tools we absolutely need to do our work. Of course, our favourite hooks in a variety of sizes and obviously yarn. Those are definitely the two most important items but I was curious as to what others found to be essential tools and accessories. I was very excited to ask this question recently in my Instagram stories because everyone has different needs and different focuses when they crochet.
I have some of the most wonderful Instagram followers. They are so supportive, kind and creative and I knew that they would totally help me out with this one. And no surprise, they shared some wonderful insight into their most frequently used accessories. So, I’ve put together a post sharing the most popular items mentioned along with some of my own favourite crochet tools that I find useful.
You’re crocheting a beautiful scarf or blanket and after some time of repetitive rows you look down to see the width is smaller than when you started. Somewhere along the way, a few stitches have accidently been dropped and you’ve accidently decreased your stitches.
I have to be honest, I love my little travel crochet bag. Since it’s not really that practical to carry around large projects, this is a great way to bring your crochet with you and whip up some quick makes. Items like mittens, cowls, hats, scarves, small baskets, headbands, coasters, etc. are all fantastic and easily portable project ideas. But what should you keep in it?
Hello and welcome! Today’s post focuses on crochet resources for new crocheters and those starting their crochet journey. I’ll be sharing some ideas, items and accessories that I hope you will find helpful. I’m so happy you’re here and I hope that you will find this post beneficial as you start crocheting.
Have you ever found yourself working on a project and when it’s time to take a break, noticed that you’re covered in yarn bits? It’s especially common when working with multiple colour changes and after weaving in ends. I have a simple solution to help!
Crochet groups are fabulous. They offer a number of benefits and can be a huge source of knowledge and information. The best part is, you can join them from home and connect with other makers from all over world. But what are the benefits? What makes them so great?