This year, I decided crocheting a cute little Santa inspired bowl for teachers’ appreciation in my daughters’ school. By applying Santa’s colors with the red yarn and the accent with the white furry edge this bag filled with goodies has a big success. Especially the children asked if they could get one.
Follow this step-by-step picture instruction on how to crochet this Rippled Baby Beanie Hat.
Now that the cold season is around the corner, and we need to wrap ourselves up to keep warm, a comfortable and warm Crochet Beanie would be a great addition to your wardrobe. By alternating the colors this children sized crochet hat gets a dimensional look with sharper visual texture.
Follow the step-by-step instructions in this tutorial on how to make this Small Crochet Snowflake to add a cute decorative accent for a wintery look as an ornament on a tree, on clothing, bag, headband, hats, cards, etc. It has the dimensions of ∅ ca. 1.5 inches or 3 cm. Combined with the ca. 10 cm crochet snowflake it gives depth to your project.
This snowflake is fun to make with chain stitches, and single crochet stitches. Find written instructions on how to make this Small Crochet Snowflake or watch the video for a better understanding.
Joining the creativity of crochet and card making is a way to design unique, personal, and unusual combinations. This combination can be fun, entertaining, and display the crochet we love in an different way.
I am so excited about this crochet project and can’t wait to share it with you. So let’s get started:
This rectangular crochet placemat is fun to make and shows only the right side of the single crochet stitch. The angles from the center to the four corners give it a slight 3D-look. Choose the type of single crochet look you want to achieve and go for it. Read on for a written instruction on how to make this placemat or click on this video-link.
Single crochet stitches are versatile and the appearance can change not only by the usage of the starting loop: front, back, or both; it can also change it’s appearance by changing the leading thread’s position, as shown in this short video.
Learn how to make a double crochet by wrapping the thread around the hook once. The stitches can be made through the front, the back, or both loop thread parts, depending the look you want to give your project. In this example we insert the hook through both thread parts of the loop. Both sides, front and back, of the project will look the same.