Ombre designs are trending in all areas of craft, fashion and decor. You can create your own ombre in crochet or knitting. This article shows you how to create blue ombres using Red Heart Super Saver Yarn. We’ll cover a basic ombre, subtler ombres using multi-stranding techniques, what happens when you try to ombre a variegated yarn and more. By the end of this article, you should be able to create your own ombre pattern using any section of the color wheel.
Cordial is a braided cord-like bulky weight yarn that’s great for macrame but you can also use it to knit and crochet. Its sturdy durability makes it great to use in crochet patterns for the home. Here we’ll share four crochet coaster patterns that use Cordial in Neon and Natural Colors. The coasters are thick, so they’ll stay flat on tables even in a breeze, and they are absorbent so they’re great for your cold drinks – perfect for all of your spring and summer parties!
This crochet pattern combines the beautiful look of broomstick lace with the unique design of triple treble tall crochet stitches for an infinity scarf that is fun to create and stylish to wear.
Macrame is an easy, affordable craft to learn. It requires very few tools and just some simple knowledge of basic knots. This guide teaches you 6 common macrame knots that you’ll be able to use to create a variety of macrame projects.
Crochet Easter egg cozies are just so cute. Technically they are functional items that are used to keep hard-boiled eggs warm. However, they can also be used for decor, photo props, hiding eggs and so much more. Crochet Easter egg cozies work up quickly, offering an instant gratification project that is great for stash-busting. Here is one free crochet pattern for a V-stitch Easter egg cozy.
This crochet pattern uses the crocodile stitch. The crochet scarf is worked horizontally then the long ends are seamed together to create a tube that shows off the crocodile stitch scales on all sides of the scarf. Finally, the short ends are crocheted together to create a unique infinity scarf.
The crocodile crochet stitch is a relatively new invention in the history of crochet but one that gained quick popularity as soon as it emerged on the craft scene. The layered look of this crochet stitch has an appealing style that really makes a project stand out as unique. Learning to crochet crocodile stitch is a little bit difficult but after you’ve gotten used to it you’ll find that it’s a great addition to your set of existing crochet skills. This guide will show you the basics of the stitch so that you understand how it works along with the most popular variations for how to crochet the crocodile stitch.
Have you always wished that you could do more of the advanced techniques in crochet? Just think about where you would be in your crochet skills if you learned one new technique each month in 2015. This is a 12-month guide for crochet skill-building.