A crochet stitch that is basic and easy to make, and produces the crochet fabric that is dense with smallest holes possible like Single Crochet and Half Double Crochet is the best choice for a crochet stitch for a baby blanket. You want a stitch that will also make crocheting the blanket a breeze and will create a blanket that stands the test of time.
DTR crochet stitch is another fun crochet stitch to have in your pocket. With it you can now tackle new fun projects like lace work on scarves, shawls, doilies, or even tablecloths! If you use chunky yarn and large hook, you can incorporate this tall fast double triple crochet stitch into your blankets.
A cold and windy weather calls for soft and cozy cowl to keep you warm and stylish! Stepping Stone Crocheted Cowl is here to make your crochet dreams come true. It uses only 1 skein of yarn and is beginner-friendly.
Fog Horn Single Crochet Blanket is designed to be easy, layback and relaxing project. It uses SC stitch, that is the stitch that every beginner crochet starts with and it looks great no matter what you make with it.
Crochet is a simple but amazingly versatile and rewarding craft. It is friendly to makers of all levels and allows you to begin creating project almost right away. Only knowing one stitch you are able to create a variety of items that can be used around the house, worn and given as gifts.
At the end of a crochet pattern you might see something like this: Cut yarn, leaving 6 in tail. Fasten off.
What does ‘fasten off’ mean? Fasten off means taking the yarn, threading it through the last stitch and pulling it tight. Fasting off secures the last stitch and prevents your crochet work from unraveling.