Two Hearts Helpline


Announcing the Two Hearts Helpline!

Got questions? We’ve got answers!

Crochet can be challenging, especially if you’re new to the craft. So contact us if you’re:

  • working on a project and totally stuck,
  • trying to figure out what kind of yarn or hook you need,
  • confused about a New Stitch Wednesday tutorial on the blog,
  • want to see something new (or something specific),
  • or basically anything else!

Leave a comment on any blog post and we’d love to help you out! You can also fill out the Contact Us form to get answers to your questions sent directly to you! I will make a weekly post to address questions that multiple people ask.

If you need help, you’re just a question away!

10 thoughts on “Two Hearts Helpline”

  1. Hi Alex and friends!
    I’m new to your site and enjoy crocheting. I’m interested in making the Star Wars Graphgan…but after reading through the pages, I’m concerned about getting started right: I’d have to order the metallic black yarn and have it sent to Europe…that means I’m then really committed to the project!
    Several crocheters mentioned that the dbl stitches worked out fine and looked good – instead of the hdc doubles. Any other feedback or photos on the finished project with dbl stitches?
    Once all the panel sections were finished how did you stitch them all together? In the finished photos, it looks like the sections were somehow framed in a grey color?
    Is this information available somewhere else?
    I’m just a bit nervous… my first graphgan.
    Thanks for you response and happy crocheting in 2018!


      1. I also have another problem. When I was crocheting one of the sides for the sheep pillow, it was kind of crumpled and wrinkly if you get what I mean. This is the first time I have bobbled before so I don’t know if it’s supposed to look like that. Your instructions are very clear by the way and it is really helpful! 😀


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