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Tiny Free Crochet Fish Pattern For Ocean Lovers
This free crochet fish pattern prepare a fish amigurumi with realistic and professional details. These are tiny and look extremely beautiful.
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Quick and Easy! Owl Crochet Keychain
There are many lovers of owls, they consider them a symbol of intelligence and power, many others love them for their imposing and at the same time tender image. Even many others consider that they attribute luck and good fortune, but the truth is that these little animals are very curious and funny, if you like them, this project is for you. This owl is very easy to make, even if you are a beginner, you just have to know the basic crochet stitches, and with the video tutorial you...
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1.3M views · 1.5K comments | Crochet Moss Stitch | crocheting | If You Only Learn ONE Stitch, Make it THIS one! 🤩 | By Hooked by Robin | Today I'm going to be showing you how to crochet the Moss Stitch, also known as the Linen Stitch. An absolutely beautiful stitch. I love it. It makes a nice flat dense texture. Works wonderfully in solid colours changing colour every row, it looks equally fantastic in one plain solid colour and works really well in variegated yarns. There is nothing I don't like about this stitch! To begin, pop a slip knot onto your hook. Now the pattern multiple for the Moss Stitch is simply two. All that means is you're going to chain in multiples of two, two, two - or an even number - for as wide as you want your project to be. I'm just going to make a small sample today so I'm going to go ahead and chain 16. So once you have your desired amount of chains we're going to begin by working into the fourth chain from the hook. Now this loop on your hook does not count as anything. You only want to count these fully formed chains hanging down below. So count backwards. One, two, three, four and into that fourth chain we're going to work a single crochet. Now chain one, skip a chain, single crochet into the next. So skip a chain, single crochet into the next. Chain one. Skip a chain. Single crochet into the next. You're going to repeat this all the way down the row. Chain one. Skip a chain. Single crochet into the next. Now once you reach towards the end of your row this is where you need to make a decision whether you're continuing in the same colour or if you want to change colours like in my blanket that I showed right in the very beginning. Now because I want to show you how to do that, I'm going to be changing colour on my very last stitch. So I've got two chains remaining. I'm going to chain one. And into this very last chain I'm going to work my last single crochet but I'm also going to change colour. So to do that I'm going to insert my hook into the chain. Draw up a loop as if I was going to complete a single crochet but at this point I'm going to stop when I've got the two loops on my hook I'm going to cut my yarn the colour I'm currently working leave nice long tails that you can weave in afterwards I'm going to bring in my new colour. I'm going to lie it over my hook. Again leaving a long tail and I'm going to draw it through those two loops to change colour. Now if you didn't want to change colour just complete that last single crochet as normal. For row two, row two is the pattern repeat row. What that means is, we're going to repeat row two over and over and over again until your project is the size that you want it to be. So we're going to chain two and turn our work. Now work a single crochet into the chain one space in between your single crochets from the row below. So into that space work a single crochet. Chain one. Skip the single crochet and work into the chain space next to it. So ignore your single crochet and work a single crochet into the space in between. Chain one, skip a stitch, single crochet into the chain one space. Chain one. Skip that stitch. Work into the chain one space beside it. Keep going. Chain one. Skip that single crochet. And then add a single crochet into the space. This is why I love the moss stitch. You're just working into spaces. Chain one. Skip a stitch. Work into the space. Once you reach the very end we're going to chain one. Skip this single crochet and we're going to work into this chain space right at the end here. Now again I want to change colour on this stitch. So in this last single crochet I'm going to change colour. If you're not changing colour just complete your single crochet as normal. So I'm going to work my single crochet right into the end here. And then I'm going to drop the yarn I'm currently working with and bring in my new colour. And pull that through to complete my single crochet stitch. Then I'm going to trim off the silver yarn. So again we're going to repeat the row that we just did. So chain two and turn your work. Place a single crochet into the chain one space in between your stitches from the row below. So just work right into that space. Chain one. Skip your single crochet and work into the chain one space in between them. So right in here. Chain one, skip a stitch, single crochet into the chain one space. Chain one skip a stitch single crochet into the chain one space keep going just repeating that chain one skip your single crochet single crochet into the chain one space next to it Then to end the row once you've finished working in between your stitches you're going to chain one and end with a single crochet into this chain two space right at the very end. Don't forget this little gap here. Right in there. If you are going to change colour, this is a stitch to change colour on. But I'll do a quick recap with the same colour just so you can see the difference. So I'm going to complete my single crochet as normal. And here on, you're just repeating the same thing. Chain two, turn, single crochet into the chain one space, Chain one. Skip the stitch and single crochet into the chain one space. Work that all the way along. Once you reach the other side of your work don't forget to chain one and end with your last single crochet to this chain two space right at the very end. This is the one that you can miss so definitely make sure that you are getting that very last stitch. So you continue repeating row two for as long as you want your project to be. And when you reach the very last stitch on your very last row and your project is the size that you want it to be chain one. Cut your yarn leaving a length to weave in. Pull that up and out. Pull it tight. And your project is complete. So I hope you enjoyed this tutorial on how to crochet the moss stitch. If you are left with lots of ends then I have a video to help you out. That is on screen now or down in the comment section down below. And until next time, Happy crocheting. Bye!
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2.1K views · 2.1K reactions | 🌟 Beginner Crochet Tutorial Alert! 🌟 Today, I'm showing you how to crochet an adorable round smiley face charm. This detailed step-by-step guide is perfect for beginners! 😊 Whether you hang it on your bag or gift it to a friend, it’s super cute and fun to make! 💖 If you enjoy it, don't forget to like, save, and share! 😍 #crochet #handmade #DIY #crochettutorial #beginnertutorial #handicraft #handmadegift #crochetforbeginners #cutecrafts #roundcharm #bagcharm #giftideas #handmadewithlove #crochetlove #crafting #crochetaddict #crochetart #fiberart #diygifts #bagaccessories #smileyface #craftylife #crochetprojects #beginnercrochet #crochetdesign #happymaking #cutecrochet #crochetcommunity #crochetinspiration #handmadecharm | Crochetodo | Gia Sky · Bedridden (feat. Aubrey Wood)
2.1K views · 2.1K reactions | 🌟 Beginner Crochet Tutorial Alert! 🌟 Today, I'm showing you how to crochet an adorable round smiley face charm. This detailed step-by-step guide is perfect for beginners! 😊 Whether you hang it on your bag or gift it to a friend, it’s super cute and fun to make! 💖 If you enjoy it, don't forget to like, save, and share! 😍 #crochet #handmade #DIY #crochettutorial #beginnertutorial #handicraft #handmadegift #crochetforbeginners #cutecrafts #roundcharm #bagcharm #giftideas #handmadewithlove #crochetlove #crafting #crochetaddict #crochetart #fiberart #diygifts #bagaccessories #smileyface #craftylife #crochetprojects #beginnercrochet #crochetdesign #happymaking #cutecrochet #crochetcommunity #crochetinspiration #handmadecharm | Crochetodo | Gia Sky · Bedridden
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157K views · 15K reactions | 🧶 New to crochet? Let's get hooked! 🪝 Dive into the basics with easy stitches and clear diagrams. Perfect for beginners! 🌟 🎥 Watch, learn, and save for later. Share with friends and follow for more crafty fun! #CrochetForBeginners #HookedOnCrochet #CraftingJoy #HandmadeLove #CrochetMagic #DIYCrochet #LearnToCrochet #CrochetAddict #YarnLove #CrochetCommunity #CrochetTutorial #BeginnerCrochet #CrochetPatterns #FiberArt #CreativeCrochet #crochetlife | Crochetodo | 8bite · Frozen Heart
157K views · 15K reactions | 🧶 New to crochet? Let's get hooked! 🪝 Dive into the basics with easy stitches and clear diagrams. Perfect for beginners! 🌟 🎥 Watch, learn, and save for later. Share with friends and follow for more crafty fun! #CrochetForBeginners #HookedOnCrochet #CraftingJoy #HandmadeLove #CrochetMagic #DIYCrochet #LearnToCrochet #CrochetAddict #YarnLove #CrochetCommunity #CrochetTutorial #BeginnerCrochet #CrochetPatterns #FiberArt #CreativeCrochet #crochetlife | Crochetodo | 8bite · Frozen Heart
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30+ Easy Crochet Potholder & Hot Pad Patterns
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So Stylish and So Easy ⚡❤️! You must learn This New Beautiful Crochet Stitch! Crochet Queen
So Stylish and So Easy ⚡❤️! You must learn This New Beautiful Crochet Stitch! Crochet Queen
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Crochet YoYo Puff 3D Motif (Crochet Macarons) & How to Join Them | macaron, crocheting | Learn how to crochet the classic Yo Yo Puff Macaron Motif and how to join them to make a blanket (or any project you fancy!) 😀🧶 | By Hooked by Robin | To start your yo-yo puff, you're going to pop a slipknot onto your hook. And then chain five. Then pop your hook into that very first chain you made to join with a slip stitch. Now you've formed a little central ring here where I'm sticking my finger through. That is where we're going to place all of our stitches for the first round. I'm also going to hold my tail against this chain loop and crochet over it as I go. So for the first round you're going to go ahead and chain five. Now that chain five counts as our very first double treble stitch. Now I'm using American terms and to do a double treble stitch. You yarn over three times before even starting the stitch. So you'll have four loops on your hook. Then go into that central ring that you just created. And pull up a loop. You'll have five loops on your hook. Then yarn over pull through two, yarn over, pull through two, yarn over, pull through two, yarn over, and pull through the final two. This creates your very tall double treble stitch. I'll show you one more time, yarn over three times. So you've got four loops on your hook. Then pull up a loop. You have five loops on your hook. Yarn over and pull through two all the way to the top of the stitch. Now we need 17 double treble stitches in total all worked into this central ring. Now you will start to run out of space as you go around but that's fine you can simply slide your stitches around to create a bit more room. So I've got two and I need fifteen more of them. So go ahead and crochet a total of seventeen double treble stitches into this little space here to complete this round. So that is my seventeenth double treble stitch of the round. Just take a moment now to double check you have seventeen stitches then this chain five would be number eighteen. So you'll have 18 stitches in total. Once you're happy you have the right amount of stitches. We're going to go ahead and slip stitch to the top of this initial chain five. Just here. Now if you have been crochet over your tail as I have so the tail of the beginning of my work is tucked under these stitches. You can go ahead and pull that to slightly close up this central ring. To make everything a bit tighter and a bit neater. Now for the second and final round of your yo-yo puff, chain three, and then working into the next stitch we're going to place a treble crochet now US terms treble so yarn over twice before going into the stitch pull up a loop and just like before, yarn over, pull through two, yarn over, pull through two, yarn over, pull through two. Now that treble and this chain three count as your first treble two together. Now for the rest of the round, you'll find that the front of this yo-yo puff wants to curl in as mine is. So make sure you're pushing it forward so it's more of a sort of a slight dome. Just that makes life a bit easier for you to work on. And we're going to be doing treble two together all the way around for this second and final round so how you do that is yarn over twice go into a stitch pull up a loop you'll have four loops on your hook yarn over pull through two yarn over pull through two and then stop so you have half a completed treble hanging from your hook then ignore that yarn over twice. Go into the next stitch. Pull up a loop and do the same again. Yarn over, pull through two. Yarn over, pull through two, and then stop. So you have two half completed treble stitches hanging from your hook. With three loops in total on your hook. To finish your treble two together, yarn over and pull through all three of your remaining loops. So we're going to repeat this all the way round. I'll show you one more time. Yarn over twice. Go into the next stitch. Pull up a loop. Yarn over and pull through two. Yarn over. Pull through two. Then stop. Slide that along your hook. Yarn over twice. And go into the next stitch. Pull up a loop. Yarn over. Pull through two. Yarn over. Pull through two. And then when you have three loops left on your hook, yarn over and pull through all three loops. Repeat this all the way around. You'll find your yo-yo puff starts to pull in on itself. But don't worry, that's supposed to happen. To finish the round you've got your chain three and your treble stitch that you did right at the very beginning. Skip this chain three and you want to aim for the top of that first treble stitch. Pop your hook under there. Place a slip stitch. Then chain one. And because I sew my yo-yo puffs together, leave yourself a generous tail. Snip it. And then pull through that chain one loop and pull it tight. Tuck your little tail from the beginning of the round into your yo-yo puff or trim it if you prefer and then give your yo-yo puff a squish down. Now when it comes to attaching your yo-yo puffs together you have options. You can either do them offset from each other as I have here. Or you could attach them in line with each other. So they were forming square rows if you prefer. I personally like doing them offset because all the yo-yo puffs are secured at six points. These ones in the middle which makes it just a bit stronger than if you were a attaching at sort of four points. I hope that makes sense. I'm sure you understand what I mean. So to attach your yo-yo puffs flip them over so you have the back of the work facing you and with the puff that you just made grab yourself a large eye needle and you want to pop it under the loop of the next stitch on the row. Then run this yarn down through one of these stitches. It doesn't matter which one. Just pop it down one of the stitches. Be careful you don't want to pull it too tight and misshapen the back of your yo-yo puff so be gentle and then you can see here the front and the back. Just pop your needle through so it is coming out of the side of your yo-yo puff. Then to join it simply line up your yo-yo puff either if you're doing them in straight lines or as I am doing here offset from each other. Line it up with its target. So I know I want to attach them at this point here. And then just run back and forth with a couple of stitches. Then if you want a bit of extra security you can do a little knot. Then run your needle back down the centre of one of these stitches. So it's now attached at that point and I also want to attach it at this point too. So you can use this tail again. Or do I want to attach it to that one? Doesn't really matter which one I attach it to. Let's go for this one because there's more contrast. I'm just going to line it up again by eye so I know I want to join it at this sort of point. So I'm going to run my yarn through these stitches. Back down. The inside of another stitch to get back to that outside edge. Double check your placement before sewing. If you wanted to do the maths and work out how many stitches you could but I tend to do these things by eye. I know I want to join to this point here. I'm just going to pop my needle through there. And go ahead and repeat the same process of a few stitches and knotting it. Then run this back up to the centre point. You can take your time and be a bit neater than I'm being here. Then you can either trim that tail or do what I do which is wrap it up and leave it in the yo-yo puff. So you can use that to attach any subsequent puffs that you make. So I hope you enjoyed this tutorial. Hopefully now you are well on your way to making your very own scraptastic yo-yo puff blanket or scarves. There's so many things you could use these big fat squishy puffs for. So definitely let me know down in the comment section. What would you use yo-yo puffs for? A scarf, a hot pad, a big fat blanket, definitely let me know down in the comments.
Crochet YoYo Puff 3D Motif (Crochet Macarons) & How to Join Them | macaron, crocheting | Learn how to crochet the classic Yo Yo Puff Macaron Motif and how to join them to make a blanket (or any project you fancy!) 😀🧶 | By Hooked by Robin | To start your yo-yo puff, you're going to pop a slipknot onto your hook. And then chain five. Then pop your hook into that very first chain you made to join with a slip stitch. Now you've formed a little central ring here where I'm sticking my finger through. That is where we're going to place all of our stitches for the first round. I'm also going to hold my tail against this chain loop and crochet over it as I go. So for the first round you're going to go ahead and chain five. Now that chain five counts as our very first double treble stitch. Now I'm