Hooked on Crochet! AfghansI I'm normally not a huge fan of afghans, although I've pinned a few; this particular booklet has several patterns (including this peacock afghan) that I actually would be willing to try!
When working on a crochet pattern, it's good to get a feel for the different yarn weights and hook sizes out there to help you decide what to work on. This crochet size and weight infographic breaks down the different yarn weights out there and the specifics of each in terms of type, weight, wraps per inch and ply, as well as the different crochet hook sizes with both the letter designation and the measurement.<br /> This infographic even includes a handy description of what projects w...
If you have ever considered knitting a vintage pattern you may yourself confused over the required yarn. Terms such as fingering and worsted can be enough to cause you to give up on your project before you begin.
This is a free crochet pattern for a small, sitting teddy bear. This teddy is made using the same basic body structure as my free Sunny Bunny pattern. He measures approximately 3.75” tall and was made using Sugar n’ Cream cotton yarn and a 3mm hook. You can use any yarn and hook desired, it will only change the size of your finished teddy.