As the weather gets cooler, it’s human nature to want get ourselves cosy, to build a den to hibernate in and to protect ourselves from the elements when we are out in the open. There’s something delicious about feeling cosy that’s hard to explain. Maybe it’s a safety thing?
I’m not sure but I’m certainly thankful that crochet has a multitude of cosy stitches we can make to create that feeling at home or outside.Keep reading to get cosy
If you’re not familiar with post stitches, you have probably wondered how on earth those clever cable-work crochet patterns are made.
Back and Front Post crochet stitches (UK raised front / back stitches) are responsible for a whole lot of textured crochet goodness, so today we’re going to focus on what you can create with them and how to crochet them!Keep Reading
The Crochet Moss Stitch, sometimes known as Linen Stitch is one of my hands down, all time favourite stitch patterns for creating fabrics. It is really simple, works up quickly and is a mindless, enjoyable stitch to work so it’s perfect for some couch crochet or stitchflixing!Keep Reading
Ever since I first saw linked crochet stitches being used, I knew I had to try them! Finally I have fulfilled this and enjoyed working with them so much that I decided to create some tutorials so you could give them a go too!keep reading
In this tutorial we will look at how to work linked crochet stitches. I have combined the linked half double and linked double (that’s half treble and treble if you work in UK terms) crochet tutorial into one post as they are very similar.Keep Reading