How To Join Crocheted Fabrics With an Invisible Seam Stitch
One of my favorite ways to join two pieces of crocheted fabric together is with an invisible seam stitch. I have also seen variations of this stitch referred to as a mattress stitch and a ladder stitch. It is a very easy stitch, once you get the hang of it. Step 1: Place the 2-pieces of crocheted fabric on a flat surface with the right sides facing up and the edges you wish to seam touching. Step 2: Cut a length of yarn at least 3-times the length of the edge you wish to seam and thread one…
I LOVE when snappy peeps come up with variations of my patterns. I will be featuring different shops that step out of the box and put their own snappy spin on my designs. Our first featured shop is "The Sassy Hooker". Owner Melissa Johnson has been a snappy friend for over a year. I consider her a "headband queen" because she has made more bands then I have I think! Melissa first stood out to me with this amazing photo of her daughter's cross country team. It is still one of my all time…
Crochet Headband Pattern - Free Pattern and Video Tutorial
Keep your ears toasty warm this fall and winter with this free crochet headband pattern and video tutorial from B.hooked Crochet.
Retro Rabbit Ears
It's cold. It is very cold. I don't like the cold. I am bundled up in a rainbow granny square blanket with a cup of hot coffee, a kitty, an...
Crochet Tutorial: Moss Stitch Ear Warmer
Welcome to my third crochet tutorial. As requested by Instagram followers, here is my favorite pattern for an ear warmer. If you have any questions regarding...
The Genius Headband pattern by Elizabeth Alan
Since I first began crocheting, I’ve searched for the perfect headband. I’ve followed dozens of patterns, and tried dozens more of my own.
Free Crochet Flower Headband Pattern
An adorable crochet flower headband pattern that is perfect for a sweet girl. The band is made of crocheted shells and the simple flower completes the cuteness.
Back in October, I was perusing Facebook when I noticed a picture that my fashionable friend Erika posted of herself wearing a crocheted earwarmer/headband. She is studying overseas in the UK, and she told me that she purchased this headband from Topshop for 10 British pounds, or about $15. I thought her headband was so cute and chic, and I immediately wanted to try making one, especially since hers was crocheted and looked so simple to make! I had seen some other knitted and crocheted…
Mind the Gap: Avoiding the Turning Chain Hole
Do you dislike the pesky little gaps left by the ch 3 turn when working rows of double crochet? Part of the problem is that a ch 3 just does not have enough width and substance to look like its neighboring dc. Secondly, it is supposed to replace a dc, so you skip that stitch right after the ch 3 which only exacerbates the problem. Hence, ugly hole. An additional