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Friday, January 14, 2011

Some great beginners crochet Patterns on

Good Morning Crafters,
Since it's the beginning of a new year, I know many of you are planning on tackling some new crafts. Some crafts don't require a lot of learning and practicing, such as decoupaging or scrapbooking. Others, like crocheting, must be taught. If you've always wanted to learn how to crochet, now is your chance. Learn about the basic stitches used in crochet, and then try a few of the easy, beginner projects below.
Basic Stitches
  1. 6 Favorite Granny Square Projects (shown)
  2. How to Crochet a Cord
  3. How to Crochet a Granny Square
  4. How to Crochet in the Round
  5. Beginner's Guide to Free Crochet Patterns
Getting Started
  1. How to Crochet: Patterns and Videos (shown)
  2. 10 Free Crochet Patterns for Beginners
  3. Organizational Tips for Crocheters
  4. How to Make Plarn
  5. 9 Easy Crochet Patterns
Afghans for Beginners
  1. Classic Ripple Afghan (shown)
  2. Bright Red Afghan
  3. Coffee and Cream Afghan
  4. Beginner Squares Throw
  5. 8 Free Crochet Afghan Patterns
More Beginner Patterns
  1. Mop or Sweeper Cover (shown)
  2. Beginner Tote Bag
  3. Remix Cuff
  4. Beginner Hat and Scarf Set
  5. Loop Fringe Choker
Happy Crafting, Editor

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