Dear readers, what you may or may not know about me, is I really enjoy sparkles, and glitter. I like incorporating a bit of glamour in my everyday life. I think the more shimmer, shine, and glitz something has the better. Whether it be in fashion, home decor, or simply when you need a gift for a friend.
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.
There are all kinds of reasons why we like to personalize the things we knit or crochet.
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Hats, hats and more hats. We have so many hats we don’t know what to do! Well I know what to do, I’m sharing with you!
I went through our listing of hats and picked a wide variety for you to make the perfect project for yourself or as a gift. This list consist of hats for men, women and unisex in so many styles. I hope you enjoy these designs and can find one that will fit your dynamic personality and keep you warm at the same time.
Are you signed up to receive project emails from Pinterest? I sure am and as I was going through my emails a few days ago, I came across one with the subject line, “Cross stitch your grandma would never do.” Continue reading “Cro-Shayley makes a Cross Stitch Heart Sweater just in time for Valentine’s Day”
February may be the shortest month, but there’s still a lot of knitting or crochet you can squeeze in! Here are some of our favorite “quick” projects to go along with this quick month!
Welcome to the second of our Throw of the Month series! This month’s project is the Ice Crystal Throw made in Red Heart Super Saver yarn. Each month we will have a new themed throw as a featured free pattern. Each throw will have a tip or two in the blog, as well as a giveaway to win the yarn to make the throw. Keep reading for the tip and to access the giveaway! Use the hashtag #throwmonth to talk about the series.
Welcome to the second entry in our ongoing series Learn a Stitch, Make a Cowl! Each month in 2015 we will teach you a new crochet or knit stitch. You can then use the stitch when you make the featured cowl. This month our stitch is a checked pattern, and the cowl is the Candi’s Checked Cowl in Soft. Keep reading to learn the stitch and enter to win! Use the hashtag #learnstitches to talk about the series.