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How to Crochet an I Cord



In this video tutorial, Connie Haney teaches you how to crochet an I-cord, which is used for cinching skirts, baby bonnets, bags, and more.


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Dec 14, 2012

Wow! That is so cool. Very easy, too. Thank you for posting the video.


May 1, 2012

I am trying to find a pattern or video pattern for crocheting a beanie cap for kids and adults with thread yarn.


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Feb 24, 2012

This is cool! Wish I had thought of this!


Dec 28, 2011

This is lovely-looks like you braided it. I just want to thank ya'll for all the help you are! Your videos have helped me over some "knotty" hurdles in my journey of learning to do crochet better--I have no one left that is alive to teach me, so I depend on your website, and you always come through! Also a little thank you for featuring fellow Southern voices--they are such a pleasure, to me, to listen to!


Apr 13, 2011

I have found that the easiest way to thread a cord through a blind opening or even loops in a piece of clothing, attach a safety pin to the end, and thread the pin through - you can feel that it's different from the yarn. Hope this helps.


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Nov 22, 2010

How do you attach an I cord to a hat... My biggest problem is attaching items and weaving in ends. I never think I am doing it right.


Oct 16, 2010

Wish I would have known about this when I made all those baby outfits with all those bonnets and booties! Thanks!


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