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Saturday, July 5, 2008

Time to Get Organized -- Crochet

It's time to do a little administrative organization for this site, so I'm starting off with links to crochet projects and information.

I'll update this list as necessary and a link to it will be available on the sidebar for easy access.

Learn to Crochet Video Tutorials:

Learn to Crochet articles:

Crochet Patterns:

Crochet Pictures:

Other Tutorials and helpful hints Crochet Websites:

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  • Hello,

    I've been browsing your blog here and am VERY impressed at how you've archived/organized so much information about crochet/patterns/stitches.

    Just wanted to THANK YOU!


    By Anonymous Crochet Mom, At November 21, 2009 at 2:54 PM  

  • That list is fantastic! Thanks so much. I have bookmarked your site and will be back.

    By Blogger Kate, At March 5, 2010 at 5:35 AM  

  • Thank you so much for taking the time to share these wonderful videos. They are clear and simple easy to follow. I found your blog when I was looking for tunisian how-to's... you made it easy and I'm having fun making my sister's baby blanket. Thanks again!

    By Anonymous Sheri, At September 1, 2010 at 12:36 AM  

  • Oh my goodness. I would like to thank you so much for your videos, patterns, pictures and ideas. I taught myself to crochet last year (i'm 24) and wanted to make things that were usefull like winter hats for my children and build my way up. well in 2 weeks i've made 4 hats (1 is a baby gift), and i've began following your video for the "ma ingalls shawl" which is going to be a gift for my grandma who lives in northeast WI and is always cold. Iused a dark raspberry color with a black stripe, and it is turning out magnificently. I made one mistake which unfortuneatly i didn't notice til a couple rows later (i dc 6 in one gap instead of 3)oops, but you can't really tell....my next project will be those cute double hot pads. You are wonderful, and you are doing a wonderful servic to those of us who want to learn this wonderful art! THANK YOU

    By Blogger Unknown, At November 1, 2010 at 3:56 PM  

  • I have recently started crocheting because I am hoping to make a few different baby afghans for whenever my husband and I conceive. I love how easy your videos are to follow, and without your help there is no way I could be crocheting right now! I found a photo of a crocheted piece and was hoping that you may be able to tell what type of stitch/what pattern was used in creating the piece. It's a long shot but i didn't know who else to ask. here is the link http://www.istockphoto.com/stock-photo-7735698-crochet-stitches-with-blue-yarn.php

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At May 23, 2011 at 7:40 PM  

  • Thank you for the video tutorials. These are wonderful. I have been knitting for about a year, and I learned off of youtube videos. But for crochet, I couldn't find any that worked for me. I have now mastered the basics of single, half, and double just this morning!! Again, you are a great instructor, and your videos are well made, clear, and slow enough to see what is being done.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At July 23, 2011 at 11:56 AM  

  • hey thanks for all your tutorials and instructions+patterns ;.)

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At September 18, 2011 at 1:24 PM  

  • Question for you, I am currently working on a blanket and due to your videos it is turning out beautifully. the pattern I am currently working on I found on google called the tiramisu blanket. I love it but because i crochet fairly tightly it's taking a long time.I am wanting to start a second project a baby blanket... but don't have very much time (i'm due in 9 weeks) I was hoping that you would have an idea for a baby blanket pattern that will work up very very quickly. Any help you could offer would be great!
    thank you so much for all your help

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At January 9, 2012 at 4:52 PM  

  • Hi Alex, congratulations on your impending delivery. What an exciting time in your life! For a quick baby blanket, I would suggest finding a stitch that you are comfortable with and then super-size it! Pick out a chunky or bulky weight yarn, or hold two strands of worsted weight together as one, and use a large hook like a size N. Work a beginning chain as wide as you want the blanket, then just work your chosen stitch back and forth until the blanket is as big as you want it. And there you have it! I love using the woven stitch for projects like this, but the ripple stitch or just plain old single, half double or double would work great as well. Tutorials for all of these stitches are listed above.

    Good luck!


    By Blogger Mary Grace McNamara, At January 9, 2012 at 8:36 PM  

  • Thanks for this wonderful site, it really is inspiring and helpful!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At January 25, 2012 at 1:35 AM  

  • Hi MaryGrace,

    Do you have any easy to understand crochet patterns for legwarmers? My daughter wants me to make her a pair but I don't understand the instructions.


    By Blogger Unknown, At November 18, 2012 at 6:59 PM  

  • Hi Holly! No, I don't have any leg warmer patterns, but you might just try to google crocheted leg warmer pattern and see what comes up. Also Ravelry is a great source, as well as websites for Lion Brand Yarn, Red Heart Yarn, Bernat and other yarn brands. Lots of free patterns available from all of them! Good luck with your search!


    By Blogger Mary Grace McNamara, At November 18, 2012 at 11:02 PM  

  • Hello Mary Grace,

    I´ve found your website by chance and now I´m enchanted!
    It´s very complete, mainly for begginners like me.
    So, I´m trying to subscribe your post but I don´t know why there is an error message always I try to put my email in the field.
    So, I´m wirting to ask you (if it´s possible, of course) to put my email in your list.

    Congratulations and best wishes from Rio de Janeiro / Brasil

    Valeria Braga

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At November 3, 2014 at 10:45 AM  

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