If you're just learning how to crochet, you probably understand single crochet and the chain stitch. With just a few changes, you can learn how to add beautiful textural accents to your crochet pieces. Don't worry -- it's easy to learn how to crochet with this video tutorial!
You're a DIY type of person. You love making things with your own two hands. Learn how to crochet and you'll find an activity that will bring you hours of enjoyment. In this crochet tutorial, you'll learn how to crochet the shell stitch. Make the shell stitch by crocheting three or more stitches -- with or without chaining -- worked in the same place to form a fan-look pattern. The example shown in the video clip is (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in same the stitch.
When you learn how to crochet the V-stitch, you're learning a versatile stitch that can be used in a variety of ways. Think crochet afghans, crochet scarves, crochet hats and more! Whether you crochet the V-stitch open and lacy or tight and compact, you'll love the way this stitch makes your projects come alive with handmade creativity.
Are you confused about how to decrease single crochet? Many crochet patterns will call for you to decrease -- or subtract -- a stitch from a single crochet row. You can easily learn how to decrease single crochet and start incorporating this stitch into your crochet projects by watching this tutorial.
A double crochet cluster, or "dc cl" stitch, is similar to a regular cluster stitch, except that it's worked with double crochet stitches in each cluster. This technique video will show you how to stitch a double crochet cluster.
Create lacy open crochet designs by learning how to crochet a Double Love Knot. With this crochet tutorial video, you can easily master the Double Love Knot stitch. You'll use the Double Love Knot in a variety of crochet projects. From crochet doilies to crochet scarves, your creativity is all that limits you.
The crochet drop stitch creates an interesting, textural pattern. Watch this crochet tutorial video to learn how to crochet the drop stitch. This crochet technique does not require you to carry the yarn across the piece as you work. The drop stitch is worked two rows below the row in which the stitch would normally be worked. The trick to successfully crocheting a drop stitch is to know where to put your hook when you work. The stitch is worked just as it normally would, except for the placement of the hook.
If you know how to double crochet, you can learn how to work the front or back post! Working the front post refers to how you insert your hook into crochet fabric and can be used to create textural interest. Learn how with this video tutorial.