How Do I Keep The Fringe From Unraveling?

How Do I Keep The Fringe From Unraveling?

One of the biggest challenges in making handmade items is how to keep the fringe on your projects from unraveling. After all, fraying yarn at the ends of your handmade items can be really frustrating, especially if you have to re-do certain sections over and over...
What Size Sweater Should I Make?

What Size Sweater Should I Make?

There is no secret formula to proper sizing. That’s because every pattern has a recommended ease and every person’s preference on the fit can be very subjective. Some people may like their sweaters a little bit more loose and relaxed, while others prefer their...
Why Do My Rows Keep Getting Smaller?

Why Do My Rows Keep Getting Smaller?

If you’re new to crocheting and wondering why each row is shorter than the last, you’re not alone. This is a really common problem for beginners and even experienced crochet enthusiasts alike, and there are simply three reasons why this would happen. It’s either...
Changing the Hook Size of the Pattern in Crochet

Changing the Hook Size of the Pattern in Crochet

Crochet is a technique to make garments and accessories by using a needle with a hook at the end to form and weave loops in a thread. It sounds complicated, but crocheting should be easy and fun! Depending on your creativity, you can make a project from scarves to...
Precautions to Keep in Mind when Washing Yarn

Precautions to Keep in Mind when Washing Yarn

Crochet is considered to be one of the best stress-reducing hobbies for those who are willing to go through the knick and knacks of learning how to do it. Yet, there are a lot of factors crocheters need to take in careful consideration – from yarn weight and yarn bulk...
How to Substitute Yarn in Crochet

How to Substitute Yarn in Crochet

Crochet is basically a handicraft art that makes use of yarn and a hooked needle to create different kinds of fabrics. From scarves and baby booties to rugs and tapestries, it’s often surprising that all you ever need to crochet is just the yarn and the hooked needle....

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