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Free Crochet Tips and Tricks Organization Ideas How to Crochet On the Go How to Change Color and More
Free Crochet Tips and Tricks Organization Ideas How to Crochet On the Go How to Change Color and More

Expert advice doesn't often come free in life, but we've managed to collect some of the best crochet tips and tricks from our crochet friends – just for you. Crochet is meant to be a relaxing hobby and it often is. However, organizing your yarn stash and learning difficult crochet techniques can sometimes be a challenge. If you're ready to tackle your yarn stash once and for all, there's no better time to get your yarn stash organized than the beginning of a new year. If you've been dying to try your hand at changing colors in crochet, or if you've been wondering if there's any easier way to join together granny squares, then you're in luck. We have collected answers to your most commonly asked crochet questions, and gathered words of wisdom from experienced crocheters.

Discover some of the best-kept secrets in crochet with our latest eBook, Free Crochet Tips and Tricks Organization Ideas, How to Crochet On the Go, How to Change Color, and More. No matter what your skill level is in crochet, you're sure to learn a new skill or benefit from any one of the helpful hints in this collection of free crochet tips and tricks. We've gathered the best pieces of crochet advice from our fans and collected them here for you to enjoy.

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If you’ve been meaning to perfect your crochet skills, now is as good a time as ever to becaome the crocheter you’ve always dreamed of becoming. If you need some advice from the experts, we’ve put together this great eBook to help you out. It is chock full of helpful tips and tricks including organization ideas, how to crochet on the go, how to change color, and more. Inside, you’ll find answers to the most commonly asked questions in crochet.

We’ve scoured the Web and asked our Stitch & Unwind readers for the very best crochet advice they could offer. Whether you’re wondering what kind of yarn you should buy, how you join granny squares together, or how on earth you can finally get your yarn stash organized, you’ll find the answer inside our latest eBook, Free Crochet Tips and Tricks: Organization Ideas, How to Crochet On the Go, How to Change Color, and More.

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Yarn Organization Tips & Tricks:
- 43 Ways to Keep Your Yarn Tangle Free: Say goodbye to tangled yarn! Read these 43 ideas from experienced crocheters on how to keep your skeins neat and tidy until you're ready to use them.
How to Organize Bits of Yarn] How to Organize Bits of Yarn: Discover one of the best-kept secrets in organizing your scraps of yarn. If you crochet a lot, then you know how frustrating it can be when you have various bits and pieces of yarn scattered all over your house. It makes your life a lot easier when they are neatly organized so that you can find them easily when you want to crochet one of our awesome stash buster crochet patterns.

Easy Crochet Techniques
- Joining Granny Squares: Crocheted granny squares are cute and pretty easy to crochet. But what do you do with them once you're done? The options are endless: turn them into a crocheted afghan, create an awesome crocheted sweater, make a pillow cover, or a cute pair of slippers. But in order to make any of these free crochet patterns, you would have to know how to join your crocheted granny squares together, which can be a pretty common challenge in crochet. Find ideas here on how to join them together. There are even free crochet video tutorials that show you three different options you have when it comes time to join your granny squares together.
- Changing Color in Crochet: If you're sick of monochromatic crochet designs, now is the time to learn how to change color in crochet. Get ready to create beautiful crochet patterns using as many colors as you want. We've collected the best free crochet tips and tricks to teach you how it's done. You'd be surprised how easy it is to change colors in crochet.

How to Crochet On-The-Go
- Crochet Hook Travel Case: If you're preparing for a business trip or family vacation, be sure you make this free crochet pattern before you leave. This is the perfect travel case to keep your crochet hooks organized when you're traveling. Use any color decorative ribbon to give this free crochet pattern the perfect finishing touch.
- All in One Hook Case: Worked in two layers, this stylish case has plenty of nooks, crannies, and pockets to keep not only your crochet hooks, but other small items such as buttons, scissors, and needles. This is the ultimate all-in-one case that you should definitely keep in your crochet accessory collection.

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Instead of having ugly clip clothes pins with yarn wound on them...I take an ordinary drinking straw...feed the yarn through it...wind the yarn around the straw. (opposite end from where the yarn comes out the top) Make sure you wind the yarn evenly by turning the ball often. Wind the end of the yarn around the outside of the ball and secure it. Take the straw out of the ball and you have a neat ball of yarn, feeding from the middle. It doesn't roll around the table or floor as you're crocheting or knitting since it feeds from the middle. I have used this method for years. You can also just wind your scraps this way, and store them in a plastic bag. Happy crafting! Ann

I have been crocheting for years and my biggest problem is getting AND keeping myself organized. My husband complains about the yarn, half-finished projects, and various and sundry things associated with the craft laying about with no place to go that is not laying in the middle of the living room! Anything that helps me organize myself is extremely helpful and accepted eagerly.

I have had the same problem. It drives my husband crazy all of tge stuff associated with crochet i leave around. I always try to organize and then everythin is all over the place again and then I'll do it again. I think really I just need a craft room. I'm sure everything will be all over my bedroom still.

I am a crochet beginner and and all of the ebooks are REALLY helpful so far, so thank you!!

Please do not put yarn scraps out for bird nest making. Even scraps as small as an inch can wrap around baby bird feet and wings and trap them in the nest to die a slow death.

I just started to learn crocheting. Thank you for the free ebook downloads. I will use them as a help guide in all my crochet projects.

I need help with the magnum crochet stitch for a capele...Thanks alot for the free book. Despina

thanks for the information.... i learn so much from this...

I downloaded the e-book, but received nothing except jibberish. Thank you anyway.

try again, it may have merely been a cyber glitch

This looks great!

Wonderful ideas that I could do on my own

great ideas

I use the hanging closet storage, but prefer the ones with the clear, zippered fronts in order to keep the yarn dust free. Though I used to use wooden spring type clothes pins for yarn bobbins, I have discovered a better idea. Foam hair rollers! Remove the foam cylinders, wrap the yarn around the middle post and snap shut to keep yarn in place. They come in 4 sizes and a bag of 48 is less than $10. On the ones I have, the center post is free to spin and has holes you can thread the beginning of the yarn through. If you buy ones where the center post doesn't spin, cut a length of drinking straw and drop it over the center post so your yarn can unwind easily. If I am sitting in my rocking chair to crochet, I put my yarn in a plastic shopping bag and put the hand hold holes over the arm of the rocker with the yarn coming out from between them...that way my cats can't chase my unwinding yarn!

I like. Crocheting was a favorite of mine as a new mother. Now I can return to this craft/hobby, especially to create awesome new items.

Very nice little e-book! Thank you so much!

SOUNDS VERY HELPFUL

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