Happy #geekprideday, fam! To celebrate this supreme day of geeky glory, I wanted to share with you my 5 favorite geeky patterns, most of which are available here at Two Hearts Crochet for FREE!
In this post, Helen discusses three different hand-sewing techniques that you can try out on your next graphghan project. You can read more about these techniques in her post below!
I've broken down the entire graphghan-making process into five small steps. By following these steps in order, you'll be able to easily work your way through the process of designing and actually crocheting your own graphghan. And the best part? These five steps work for any crocheted graph project!
I've never been more proud of anything than I am of this Graphghan Boot Camp ecourse. In fact, I love this course so much that I'm giving away TWO free spots in the class!
BIG NEWS, my friends...
The Amigurumi Crash Course is BACK!
In this post, I'm going to show you how I made my tassels. Whether you make them for the Kraken Shawl or for another project, this tutorial will show you how it's done and hopefully give you some ideas for making your own!
Treat yourself this holiday season - with the gift of crochet!
Remember: hand-wash items should be HAND-WASHED ONLY! Hopefully you won't ever need this tutorial again! *fingers crossed*
Maybe you can crochet anything you set your mind to, but can you design anything you set your mind to? Of course you can! Graphghans are all the rage right now. They make wonderfully personalized gifts for people of all ages, and they're so versatile! You can do them in straight SC/HDC/DC, in bobbles, shells, waffle… Continue reading Tuesday Tip: How to use Microsoft Excel to make your own graphs
The Corner-to-Corner crochet stitch (or C2C) is really easy to learn, but it can look pretty daunting when you're just starting out. It's a new kind of technique and with the increasing, decreasing, and color changes, it can look a little scary. Never fear! I've put together a series of C2C video tutorials to help… Continue reading The C2C Basics: A Video Tutorial Series