Date: 2nd October 2014
Tutorials, What are?
Clusters are groups of stitches worked into the same stitch, but rather than an increase, they still only equate to one stitch overall.
Date: 14th August 2014
Fun with yarn, Tutorials
Kids hesitant to learn crochet? Teach them the joy of yarn craft with some of our favourite 'no crochet' projects
Date: 6th August 2014
Free, Kids, No Crochet, Tutorials
Pom-poms have long been a staple in many craft cupboards. They can be added to hats and winter-wear, used for household decoration, accessories, toys, and even...
Date: 18th July 2014
Our technical editor Charles Voth explains the inner workings of written-out crochet patterns.
Date: 19th June 2014
As with UK and US crochet terminology, hook sizes can vary from country to country
Date: 6th June 2014
With so many uses for the basic crochet trim, there’s bound to be a perfect project for everyone, so take a look at how to create some of Inside Crochet’s favourite edges and give one or two a go.
Date: 5th June 2014
Crocheted edgings can give a professional finish to many of your craft projects. Claire Montgomerie looks at everything you need to know
Date: 16th May 2014
Following on from last weeks guide to getting started with Hairpin Lace, this week we look at removing the strip from the loom, joining strips, open loops and edgings.
Date: 9th May 2014
Claire Montgomerie explores this simple technique that gives stunning results. Part 1 looks at how to get started with Hairpin Crochet
Date: 8th May 2014
Hairpin Lace is a very pretty, simple crochet technique that is worked using a regular hook, plus a fork or loom consisting of two...
Date: 3rd May 2014
Tutorials, What is?
What is plarn and how do you make it?
Date: 18th April 2014
Last week we looked at the basic stitches and history of Tunisian Crochet, this week join us as we progress onto other stitches such as Tunisian Simple Stitch (TSS) and Tunisian Knit Stitch (TKS).
Festive folklore: Joyful makes to add colour to your Christmas! Read more...
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