There are times when crochet just wows me (and I never wish that it looked like knitting). I’m excited to teach you how to crochet the Alpine Stitch today, because it is one of my favorites! It’s just one of those crochet stitches that is pretty to look at, and[Read more]
Need a stitch pattern that is very pretty but doesn’t have holes? You’ll love the Trinity Stitch, which uses a beautiful single-crochet cluster to give a flower effect!
The Suzette Stitch is an easy way to work up a thick fabric with a beautiful texture. Today I’ll be sharing a tutorial with you on How to Crochet the Suzette Stitch!
Looking for closed crochet stitches that will work for scarves or blankets? I’m so excited to show you this Stitch Collection that includes crochet stitches with no holes!
Have you ever wondered if the alpine stitch is a yarn eater? I searched this question awhile back and couldn’t find a post that addressed it, so I decided to make a comparison of different stitches myself! Let’s dive into the topic and find out if the alpine stitch will[Read more]
Today I want to share with you a fun crochet stitch called the Blue Frost stitch! This is an amazing bobble stitch pattern combined with another stitch that actually looks like knitting. Let’s jump in and learn how to crochet the Blue Frost Stitch together!
I am SO excited to show you how to make bead crochet jewelry today! Bead crocheted jewelry is an amazing technique with a beautiful result…but it is so easy to learn. If you already know how to crochet, bead crochet will be practically effortless! Don’t believe me? Read more to[Read more]
This is the LAST stitch in the #desertblossomstitchalong for 2019! I can hardly believe that this year is almost over. I hope we can end with a bang! I really love this stitch pattern. Read more to find out how to crochet the Angel Stitch!
Only 2 crochet stitch patterns left for December, and this is one of them! Today I want to show you how to crochet the Tinsel Stitch—once again, we’ll be using the surface crochet technique to form a truly unique stitch pattern!
A new stitch pattern here on the blog…today we get to learn how to crochet the Christmas Lights Stitch! I’m super excited to show you how to make this one, because it uses a really neat technique called Surface Crochet.