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8 Different Crochet Stitches: Learn to Crochet Something New with Free Crochet Patterns

8 Different Crochet Stitches Learn to Crochet Something New with Free Crochet Patterns Its time to learn something new. With this new free book, 8 Different Crochet Stitches Learn to Crochet Something New with Free Crochet Patterns, you can learn to crochet in new and exciting ways, simply by switching up your stitch. No matter how long youve been crocheting, theres always something new that you can learn. By mastering these different crochet stitches, you will expand your crocheting horizons. Youll be able to make new, fabulous scarves and hats as well as update those sweaters that are wonderful but now a little old.

 

How to Crochet the Bobble Stitch + Free Crochet Patterns

What is the bobble stitch you ask? It's a combination of four double crochet stitches in the same stitch, but you leave each double crochet stitch incomplete and link them together at the end. Find some free crochet patterns using the bobble stitch.

Mile A Minute

Certain crocheted afghans use the term mile-a-minute. What this is, is fast cast on and cast off projects such as headbands or anything with narrow strips.

Learning the Crochet Stitches

There are four basic crochet stitches every crocheter needs to know how to do. We start with single crochet, to half double crochet, to double crochet and triple crochet.

The History of Crochet

If you're unfamiliar with crochet it "is a process of creating fabric from yarn, thread, or other material strands using a crochet hook. There are millions of free crochet patterns to learn from, starting with the basics.

Crochet Abbreviations

Before you can start crocheting you need to know the basics. Learn what abbreviations stand for, you need to know this in order to read patterns.

How Do You Read a Crochet Pattern?

Learn how to read a crochet pattern from this amazing video by Michael Sellick of the Crochet Crowd. If you're just learning how to crochet you'll find this video very helpful.

Basket Weave Stitch

When using free crochet patterns you may come across a basket weave stitch which is a simple crochet technique involving the posts of crochet to create the effect of a wicker basket. This causes material to be more compact and warmer.

DIY Shell Stitch

Shell stitches, or fan stitches, can produce some of the most dramatic results in a free crochet pattern. When used to finish a piece, the shell stitch can create elegant scallops. Creating a rounded edge can also be done with shell stitches.

Beginning with a Slip Knot

After choosing your project and hook size you need to start your project with a slip knot. This is the first step in beginning your crochet pattern.

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