How to Crochet: Front Crossed Tunisian Stitches

By Candace – September 1st, 2014 Be the first to comment

Crossing stitches can add visual interest to an otherwise simple project, and it’s actually pretty easy to do in Tunisian crochet. Front crossed stitches will give you stitches that lean to the left (to the right for left-handed crocheters). Once you get the hang of it, mixing crossed stitches with different relief stitches gives you defined cables.
Click Here To Read More »

Crochet Pattern: Helene Shawlette

By Candace – August 31st, 2014 Be the first to comment
If you need just a little extra warmth, a shawlette draped over your shoulders might be just right for you. The Helene shawlette hugs the shoulders nicely and has a hint of ruffle along with its open zigzag pattern. It is a warm project great for the upcoming crisp fall days. The shawlette is crocheted from the top down in rows, and opens in the front. crochet helene shawlette

Click here to see full pattern details!

All purchases help to support Crochet Spot and are greatly appreciated! Please log in or create a new account at the Crochet Spot Store to purchase this pattern. Premium Pattern Members may log into the store and download the pattern for free.

Crochet Pattern: Down-to-Earth Soap Envelope

By Amy Lynn Yarbrough – August 29th, 2014 2 Comments
Having personally crocheted covers for the necessities in the bathroom adds the right touch of personalization every home needs. For a warm, earthy bathroom crochet this soap envelope in a hearty cotton yarn. By folding a simple square like an envelope you achieve an easy to make soap cover to use for the backup. Made to fit average size bars of soap. Down-to-Earth Soap Envelope

Click Here To Read More »

Crochet Stash Too Large? Is That Even a Thing?

By Caissa "Cami" McClinton – August 27th, 2014 24 Comments

So here I am asking a question I never thought I would ask: Is it possible that I have too much yarn?

Image modified from CollegeDegrees360 via flickr license

Image modified from CollegeDegrees360 via flickr
license


Click Here To Read More »

30% OFF Scarf Crochet Patterns!

By Rachel Choi – August 25th, 2014 1 Comment

Scarves are one of the most popular items to crochet! There’s no wondering why, there are so many different styles that can be worn in so many different climates. Scarves also come in all sorts of skill levels from beginners to advanced crocheters.

Click here to view scarf patterns

Starting now and ending at the end of the month, all scarf crochet patterns are on sale at 30% OFF. Have fun shopping and crocheting!

Crochet Pattern: Striped Cap (6 Sizes)

By Amy Lynn Yarbrough – August 23rd, 2014 Be the first to comment
Some of the most popular hats to crochet are beret and tam-like styles, but caps and newsboy hats are becoming more available in the crochet market. To add to this growing interest, here is a cap pattern with a cute little bill that’s sure to suit you. This pattern gives you 6 different sizes to choose from, from baby all the way to adult, so make one for each of the family members. Choosing a lightweight cotton yarn will allow you to wear this cap during the summer months but it will guard against the cold just the same. Striped Cap

Click here to see full pattern details!

All purchases help to support Crochet Spot and are greatly appreciated! Please log in or create a new account at the Crochet Spot Store to purchase this pattern. Premium Pattern Members may log into the store and download the pattern for free.

Crochet Pattern: Corner Square Earrings

By Candace – August 21st, 2014 Be the first to comment
If you like to play with color, these earrings are great for experimenting with combinations. Two squares in one are made by adding another color along two edges of the first. They are a good way to use up any scraps you may have in your stash that are looking for a project. crochet_corner_square_earrings

Click Here To Read More »

“Professional Auntie” Goes Baby Crochet Crazy!

By Caissa "Cami" McClinton – August 19th, 2014 3 Comments

I am a “professional auntie!” This means I have a huge number of nieces and nephews (at least a Baker’s Dozen), and I’m not actually related to any of them! It’s great being a professional auntie who crochets because if I ever feel the need to impulse crochet something cuter than cute I have an instant reason to do so!

Look!  I found a baby-friend!

Look! I found a baby-friend!


Click Here To Read More »

Crochet Pattern: Lacy Shell Baby Dress (5 Sizes)

By Rachel Choi – August 17th, 2014 1 Comment
Here is a cute lacy summer dress for babies! This pattern contains 5 sizes ranging from 0 – 24 months. This baby doll style dress has a fitted chest when a lacy skirt that flares out. The dress can easily be made as long or as short as desired. The lace pattern is made up of shells and V-stitches to make a striping effect. Ribbon is used for the straps, but the straps can also be crocheted if desired. The thread used in this pattern creates a thin fabric which is great for layering or wearing as-is on a warm day.

crochet lacy shell baby dress

Click here to see full pattern details!

All purchases help to support Crochet Spot and are greatly appreciated! Please log in or create a new account at the Crochet Spot Store to purchase this pattern. Premium Pattern Members may log into the store and download the pattern for free.

Crochet Pattern: Child’s Tunisian Cuff

By Candace – August 16th, 2014 Be the first to comment
This child’s accessory is simple enough for a child to complete and narrow enough for a regular crochet hook. It is worked widthwise with just a little seaming. If made with cool, absorbent yarn, it also makes a good sweatband. crochet_child_tunisian_band

Click Here To Read More »