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

Learn how to crochet some neat new crochet stitches with these step-by-step picture tutorials!

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8 Different Crochet Stitches Learn to Crochet Something New with Free Crochet Patterns Volume II
8 Different Crochet Stitches Learn to Crochet Something New with Free Crochet Patterns Volume II

Just by changing up your crochet stitches, you can experience crochet in a whole new way. There are some basic stitches like the half double crochet stitch and the long stitch, but then there are gorgeous new crochet stitches like the pretty pebble stitch and tread stitch. Don't stick to the same old boring stitches you've been doing over and over again for your afghans, scarves, and hats; learn one of these fabulous crochet stitches instead. Routines can be good, but sometimes you get into a crocheting rut and you need something fresh to get you going again, especially during and after the holidays.

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Even though I have been crocheting for some years I often look at tutorials to keep up with stitches, new ideas and tools, etc. In my opinion this is a really good basic tutorial for the stitch basics that will give you a good grounding for crocheting many items. Crocheting is really quite simple to do because most of it is really just a combination of a few basic stitches.

Love to crochet, and like mulberrygalprincess I am in my 60s have been crocheting since I was 9.I still learn something new just about ever day or so. I enjoy the tutorials. I helps me to "see" how the project or stitch should be done how it will look.

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It's not true what they say about not being able to teach an old dog new tricks.i am in my 60's and I have been crocheting since I was 16 and these books have taught me stitches I have never done before. Just making the same item I made before but adding. Few new stitches gives it an entirely new look.

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