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Learn how to Crochet the Wattle Stitch

Heather Fiege

Learn how to Crochet the Wattle Stitch

The Wattle Stitch is another paired stitch. It combines the Single Crochet and Double Crochet, which are linked together with a Chain. For this stitch you will be working into the turning Chain at the end of each row. Notes: This stitch is worked in multiples of 3 + 2, plus 1 for the foundation chain. Materials: Hobby Lobby’s – I Love This Cotton – Lime Dot Print  Size I 5.25mm Crochet Hook Okay, let’s begin!   Begin with your choice of yarn and size crochet hook. I personally LOVE Hobby Lobby’s I Love This Cotton yarn. It’s super soft!...


Learn how to Crochet the Crunch Stitch

Heather Fiege

Learn how to Crochet the Crunch Stitch

Hello everyone and happy 2019!!! I hope ya’ll had a fantastic 2018 — to kick things off I am starting the new year with a tutorial on the Crunch Stitch. The Crunch Stitch will leave you with a gorgeous finished piece. It’s a great stitch for blankets and scarves. This looks like a complex stitch, but it is actually very beginner friendly! Ok so if you’re ready then let’s begin! Materials: Yarn – Big Twist Yarn in the color Lilac Crochet Hook – 6.0mm (J/10) Polymer Crochet Hook from My Tattered Whimsies Notes: This stitch is worked in multiples of 2...


Reading your Yarn Label

Heather Fiege

Reading your Yarn Label

The name of the yarn company will always be on the front of the label When it comes to buying yarn it is important to take a look at the information that is on the label. Trust me when I say there is nothing worse than thinking you bought the right size of yarn for a project only to find out that it’s not the right one size at all, or you thought you bought enough skeins when you are short yardage. So let’s save you the trouble of playing the guessing game and let me help you to read...


Learn how to crochet the Seed Stitch

Heather Fiege

Learn how to crochet the Seed Stitch

Hello everyone  Today I am bringing you guys a super easy crochet tutorial. This stitch is PERFECT for beginners and can be used in many projects, for example, beanies, scarves, and if you have cotton yarn, dishcloths. When you have worked several rows of this stitch you will begin to notice a weaved look, which is pretty similar to the knitted seed stitch.   Knitted Seed Stitch Crocheted Seed Stitch The Seed Stitch involves the foundation stitches – slip knot, chain, single crochet, and double crochet. Go ahead and get your materials ready and let’s get started! Materials: I’m using...