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Saffron Chain Link Necklace | You can find the tutorial to m… | Flickr

You can find the tutorial to make this necklace here: www.sharalambethdesigns.com/2011/07/crochet-chain-link-ne... Have fun!

Ravelry: Granny Yarn Chain pattern by Alessandra Poggiagliolmi

crochet some colourful granny rectangles, join them into links and in a very short time you will enjoy a happy decoration for your home, good for any occasion !!! The good thing is that you can use any kind of yarn and this project is perfect to use yarn from your personal stash!!! All details, as usual, are on my blog !!! Have fun crocheting, xxxx Alessandra

Chain stitches are an integral part of crocheting. There are several essential stitches that a beginner must become familiar with; the chain stitch is the first of these. You can expect to begin most crochet projects with chain stitches. Show you how to work a slip knot to get you started in crochet, and how to chain. Try to work neatly, creating small V shapes, and practice before this before moving on, as it will save you so much time later on.

Chain stitches are an integral part of crocheting. There are several essential stitchesthat a beginner must become familiar with; the chain stitch is the first of these. You can expect to begin most crochet projects with chain...

Have you ever tried to crochet a really tiny tube or cylinder? I find that single crocheting in a ring with 5 stitches is challenging enough; let alone trying to make a 4-sc cylinder, or, almost impossibly, a 3-sc tube. Knitters are lucky; they have a great way to make a very fine tube – it’s called an i-cord and it’s really easy to knit up on dpns (if you knit). But I have great news for you: you can also make i-cord using your crochet hook #crochet #urbakicrochet #crochetstitches #crocheticord

Have you ever tried to crochet a really tiny tube or cylinder? I find that single crocheting in a ring with 5 stitches is challenging enough; let alone trying to make a 4-sc cylinder, or, almost impossibly, a 3-sc tube. Knitters are lucky; they have a great way to make a very fine tube – it’s called an i-cord and it’s really easy to knit up on dpns (if you knit). But I have great news for you: you can also make i-cord using your crochet hook #crochet #urbakicrochet #crochetstitches…

free crochet christmas garland patterns holiday bunting patterns free

Christmas garlands, buntings, pennants... whatever you call them, they're everywhere this year! Both classic and new, holiday garlands are a great way to decorate for the season. Wrapped around a tree, draped across a mantle or doorway, pinned to the curtains, or even in that proverbial hallway, garlands go everywhere. These 10 free crochet Christmas garland patterns are some of the best I've seen! Amigurumi Holiday Lights by Jill Watt - According to the pattern, each bulb only takes 15…

Margo Bracelet - Hilaria Fina - The Art of Crocheting

Margo Bracelet | It works up in less than 15 minutes and can be crocheted to any size easily. This free pattern will explain how you can make one too!

Start crocheting without a chain, directly with single crochets. Also called foundation single crochet. See full video.

Whether you're working on a nature themed crochet project and require various leaves or you're simply looking to add some texture to your work this video tutorial is fab. It looks complicated but this crochet fern leaf is simply made up of chain stitches and slip stitches - that's it! This tutorial was created as part of my Joining Lines in Nature project to represent textures from nature, this technique is my go too pattern to add texture to my woven fibre art wall hangings.

Whether you're working on a nature themed crochet project and require various leaves or you're simply looking to add some texture to your work this video tutorial is fab. It looks complicated but this crochet fern leaf is simply made up of chain stitches and slip stitches - that's it! This tutorial was created as part of my Joining Lines in Nature project to represent textures from nature, this technique is my go too pattern to add texture to my woven fibre art wall hangings.