Crochet Flower Rug // So I was trying to think of a way to make a rug with yarn using a braiding technique that I have used to make coasters in the past. This shall be my inspiration... :o)
Revisiting the Granny Mandala….
Helloooooo!!!!!! I hope you’re all having a fabulous week!! I certainly am and it is very much due to the amazing and beautiful sunny weather we are STILL having! It seems that summer has ar…
How to Crochet Circles Part 2
To continue my series on circles, for this post I’ll be talking about how to single crochet flat circles in continuous rounds. I’ll also be showing you a method I use to mark ends of round on these continuous circles. Just as with flat circles with joined rounds, it’s good to start with 7...Read More
How to Crochet a Magic Circle
What's the difference between the <a href="https://www.allfreecrochet.com/tag/Magic-Circle" target="_blank">magic circle</a>, the magic ring crochet technique, and the magic loop? They're all ways to start a crochet project in the round and... they're all different names for the same technique!<br /> <br /> The <strong>crochet magic circle</strong>, also known as the magic ring and the magic loop, allows you to pull the hole closed for a more defined look. Follow this crochet tutorial to…
things to note on a monday... (dottie angel)
thing to note #1:my crafty cogs have been churning nineteen to the dozen. they are whirring so fast i am having quite the trouble focusing on anything else. thing to note #2:i have the urge to purge.
Rag Doily Rug
Here's a twist on a traditional doily pattern. Knitted with recycled rag yarn it moves from a delicate table-top accessory to a chunky floor covering. Once you've made your yarn it's a super quick knit...with very fun results! See it on Ravelry