Popcorn and Bobble Crochet Patterns In most cases, the wow factor in a bobble or popcorn stitch crochet pattern goes up the moment to decide to use it. We love to see texture like this as a focal point or even trim to add dimension or draw attention to an area away and from another. I tend to imagine them as little pockets of warmth.
Free Chevron Crochet Patterns Click HERE to Pin to Pinterest The first time I really noticed and payed attention to this stitch, I was a beginner. It takes but a breath to become enticed by any chevron crochet pattern. This combination has also been known as the ripple or zigzag stitch, probably a few others that just aren’t coming to mind right now. Nonetheless, the
Free Hat Crochet Patterns Don’t be intimidated if you have never done a post stitch. It’s way easier than you imagine. Basically, a post stitch refers to inserting your hook around a single stitch of the previous row. Of course, the design could call for you to work into different stitches, but the concept is the same. Either way, this can be accomplished as a
What is the difference between Bobble stitch, Popcorn stitch, and Puff stitch? One perfect day, some designers were hanging out under a tree, spinning wool directly off a sheep’s back with their perfectly manicured nails while sitting in a swing…. Seriously. We would love to think that is true, but it’s far from it. Some designers barely have time to run errands, much less meet
Afghan Crochet Patterns Plus a Free BONUS Cables Scarf Pattern from Kim Guzman Not only are they glamorous and gorgeous, but the multitude of designs and patterns created with cables are simply captivating. AllFreeCrochetAfghanPatterns compiled this roundup of cables and says, “I just love the texture…. Where as lace patterns create a unique design with their use of negative space, cabled patterns jump from the
Broomstick Lace Broomstick Lace technique is so beautiful and can be quite mysterious. The number of loops worked together can differ slightly making the fabric appear so completely different, comparing one from another. Click HERE to save to Pinterest Virtually anything can be made with broomstick lace once you figure out how many fit within the row and how tall they are (aka gauge.) There