Learn how to make stitches by following step-by-step written and/or video instructions for Beginner Crocheting. Find a list of stitches in the collection bellow.
|Short Definition of Crochet: A succession of interlocked loops by using a hook and yarn to make a fabric. For a more complex definition click Wikipedia.|
The Basic Stitches to make a pattern or start a project are: slip knot, slip stitch, chain stitch, and single crochet stitch. Once you have an understanding on how to make these stitches, there is a multitude of project you can work on. Find an array of easy crochet projects, from pot-holders to stuffed toys, on this website.
The Chain Stitch is the very Basic Crochet Stitch to begin any project. Start by making a chain and get familiar with the movements. A succession of chain stitches, loops interlocked one by one, forms a chain. Feel the yarn around the hook. Notice if the yarn is tight or loose. Adjust your grip to make the yarn more manageable.
The second stitch to know is the Single Crochet. With the knowledge of this stitch, simple projects can already be made. Try it at first with coaster, placemats, scarves listed in the easy project section.
The Crochet Projects are split in three sections:
- Easy Projects
- Medium Projects
- Advanced Projects
Come back to this collection whenever you need, and to find new stitches in advanced stitch section or alternative instructions.