Crochet Hooks

If for any reason you’re unsatisfied with your Furls product, we’ll provide a full and complete refund. If we make a mistake We’re focused on giving you an ecstatic crochet experience, and have absolutely no other agenda. Let Furls take care of you, risk-free; we want our clients to be the happiest crocheters on earth. For the investment of a Furls Crochet Hooks, this is an investment to my health and over all enthusiasm for crochet. Hooks are a one time investment and trust me when I say that these are hooks that you won’t just casually leave lying around because if you take care of these hooks, they will take care of you! I’ve crocheted for hour after hour with my Furls and never suffered the hand fatigue that used to slow me down. I can’t wait to use it again – my Furls has pride of place in my collection!

Olaf from Frozen Crochet Amigurumi Pattern

It was so much fun working with 3 kg of gorgeous merino wool and 50 mm knitting needles from Mama Knows Luxury. I had always wanted to try my hand at extreme knitting, and I had so much fun throughout the process! I am so proud of my incredibly soft and luxurious blanket! This lightweight hook is made from poplar and is so much fun to work with!

It was a bit of a challenge determining what I should attempt to crochet as I did not know how far the wool would go for example, I could try a blanket, but it would probably be a very tiny one.

Round 5: No build-up as before, sk next 2 sc, 5 dc in next sc, sk next 2 sc, ss in next sc, *Sk next 2 sc, 4 dc in next sc, on 4th dc, ch 3, then ss in 3rd ch from hook (picot made), dc in same st, (5 total dc in this cluster), sk next 2 sc, ss in next sc*. Repeat from * to * one more time.

What yarn to use with which hook for a particular pattern???? Here I will try to introduce you to the basic varieties of yarn…. As you already know or will discover , the available selection of yarn all over the world is too numerous and almost impossible to collate and present in one blog post. This is but a modest attempt on my part to make yarn selection easier for beginners to crochet.

I have used Coir, Jute, Hemp and seen work done with plarn ripping plastic bags into long strips, rolled into balls , old bedsheets, T-shirts, dupattas, old sarees, skirts etc that are also cut into strips and crocheted into mats, bags, etc. Twine,cord, wash line cords, nylon ropes, any of these can be hooked into very useful and strong baskets, bags, pot holders.

So basically you can crochet with anything …Well Almost….: Good quality cotton yarn is easy to maintain, wash and comfortable to use. Outside India…DMC has a lovely and large collection of cotton yarn. So has the Korean yarn Soft Feather. I will leave my discussion to yarn that I have used.

One Hook-Up at a Time

Begin at 3 sts before the beginning sts of previous round, this is the center of the side of the purse. There is 20 sts altogether from side to side, i. Dec, ssc 16, dec. Dec, ssc till end. Dec, ssc 8, dec. Fasten off and weave in all ends.

Crochet hooks are the must-have tool for making crocheted clothing, accessories, and home décor items. Find the crochet hook sizes you need at Annie’s. – Page 1.

By Rachel Choi — Comments The foundation single crochet fsc is a stitch that can replace the foundation chain and the first row of single crochets in your work by completing them at the same time! This is also known as chain free crocheting!!! Often times crochet foundation chains are tighter than the rest of the work, but with fsc it will have the same tension without having to use a larger hook. Even if you prefer making a traditional foundation chain.

You can use fsc to add extra stitches to your work without having to take the whole thing apart if you accidentally miss count the number of chains. Being able to complete a chain and a row of single crochets at one time can save you time. Here is a picture tutorial for making the foundation single crochet. This tutorial is for both right and left handed people. For left handed pictures, roll your mouse over the image and it will change for you. Start with a slip knot on your hook and chain 2.

Insert your hook into the second chain from your hook which is also the first chain that was made Step 3:

One Hook-Up at a Time

Slip stitches are usually used to move yarn across a group of stitches without adding height, or they may be used to join work when working in rounds. First we will demonstrate how to use the slip stitch to move yarn across stitches. We will begin by chaining

Simple Boho Crochet Sweater (Pattern Review) This pattern boasts about it’s incredibly simple crochet cardigan made of just one giant rectangle, and worked on a big hook. A few variations of the pattern have popped up as well, and I wanted to write up a compilation and review of a few of these things to try and spread the joy of making.

Making Her Notice You 1 Flirt with her. If you want to hook up with a girl, you have to flirt with her first to show that you can play ball. To flirt with a girl the right way, you have to let her know that you’re interested without giving too much away. After you make eye contact, don’t be afraid to approach the girl and get a flirty conversation going. Here are some ways to flirt: Flirt with your body language.

Extreme Crocheted Rug

Addi Comfort Grip Hook 5. Kollage Square Hook 7. Hamanaka Raku Raku Hook 8. Clover Soft Touch Hook 9.

– I9/mm Crochet Hook – Tapestry Needle for Weaving in Ends. You could easily work this up in one, two, three or four colors! All up to you. Time Spent: you may get one through my EyeLoveKnots Etsy Shop or EyeLoveKnots Craftsy Shop for a small fee. This fee is to compensate for the view/s lost once you no longer need to return to.

Cotton dishcloths have become enormously popular, especially considering the trend to try and protect the environment by cutting down on paper products wherever possible. Crochet dishcloths are practical, beautiful and functional. I especially like to use dishcloths as facecloths, though. So I made a stack of these cloths to use when washing my face, and I love them. There are tons of gorgeous dishcloths out there, and while I have made plenty of them, I prefer a more uniform, tidy appearance.

They are very easy to make, so the very beginning crocheter should be able to whip one up in no time flat. I can usually make one of these in about 45 minutes. And the pattern is very easy to customize as well; you can make it bigger by adding a few extra stitches on your foundation chain, or using a larger hook. Cotton is the preferred yarn for dishcloths and facecloths, because it is water absorbent and machine washable.

Acrylic yarn tends to push water around, and if you use it as a potholder, high temperatures can melt it. So here is the pattern in a nutshell.

How to Crochet an I-cord

My Pinterest Welcome to my Blog! Hi there, nice to have you visiting! I’m Heidi and this is the blog for Heidi Bears. Here is where I post all the happenings in my work and daily life. Here and there you’ll find info on things that have caught my attention as well as the odd tutorial.

Check out the Clover Amour Crochet Hook Review and learn why you should upgrade your hooks. Save time and shop the materials online! Lily’s Sugar and Cream Yarn – Amazon.

Seaspray Slippers plus TWO new patterns released!! I’ve got a free pattern for you all, but first I want to share TWO newly released patterns in my etsy, ravelry, and craftsy stores! The first is my Ruffly Baby Flats! These are so cute with their little ruffles and their adorable shape. And the next is my Ruffly Baby Boots, the boots version of the flats!

These are great for the colder days ahead, and they are so adorable! Both of these patterns come in sizes months, months, and months. They also both come with complete photo tutorials with pictures of every step of every size , stitch explanations and abbreviations, gauge, and extra notes to make the pattern easier to read! So be sure to check these out:

How to Crochet: Adding a New Ball of Yarn