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Free Pattern and Tutorial: Infinity Scarf

Favorite or Queue on Ravelry here. This pattern and tutorial is for our Infinity Scarf. I teach crochet classes and I believe the best way to learn is by using the tubular crochet method. This method allows a beginner to repeat one stitch without turning rows. The beginner is then able to master that one stitch and… Continue reading Free Pattern and Tutorial: Infinity Scarf

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Tutorial: Starting and Ending Double Crochet Row in Tubular Crochet

So far in our Tubular Crochet series, none of our patterns have required rows to connect. Rather, we've worked rows in a spiral. Now we are adding to our repertoire. The sunglasses case requires three distinct rows of double crochet, so the two strings for the cinch can weave in the center row. The infinity scarf… Continue reading Tutorial: Starting and Ending Double Crochet Row in Tubular Crochet

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Tutorial: Whip Stitch a Flat and Closed Bottom for Sunglasses Case

In this tutorial we will demonstrate how to close the bottom of a project (pictured here is our sunglasses case) with a whip stitch. This is a very simple way to close one side of a project. 1. Fold the tube in half. I placed two hooks in the first two stitches to help you see… Continue reading Tutorial: Whip Stitch a Flat and Closed Bottom for Sunglasses Case

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Tutorial: Tubular Crochet Steps

Tubular crochet is perfect for first time crochet projects. Most of our patterns do not require rows to be connected or work to be turned, allowing the beginner to focus entirely on mastering one stitch at a time. Crochet is all about muscle memory. Our hands need to be trained first, then we can move on and add to our… Continue reading Tutorial: Tubular Crochet Steps

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Tutorial: How to make a cinch (for the cinch hat)

This tutorial will show how to close your cinch hat once you are finished crocheting. We will close the hat using the tail of yarn from your chain at the beginning. If you need assistance with other stitches, please refer to our previous tutorials (see tab above). If you need a closer look at a… Continue reading Tutorial: How to make a cinch (for the cinch hat)