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Crochet Advanced Techniques

How to Crochet - Bobbles

 Learn how to crochet bobbles! Crochet bobbles can add texture and interest to your project.

How to Crochet Yo-yos

Learn how to crochet yo-yos! These yo-yos are made in concentric squares of joined circles, each being made in two parts and joined as they are created, instead of being crocheted individually and joined together later. With this technique you can make squares of any size.

Sugar Sparkles Shawlette - Edging Row 7

Sara demonstrates the Front Post Treble Crochet Five Together stitch (FPTr5tog). It is a lot of stitch but easy to make if you take your time. Purchase the dowloadable Sugar Sparkles Shawlette pattern here.

Sugar Sparkles Shawlette - Edging Rows 1-2

Sara talks you through the beading process, sharing Linda Permann's advice to only string as many as you'll need for a single row. Learn how simple it is to make a beaded single crochet, and the "v-stitch" that sets up your shaping for the edge of the shawl. Purchase the dowloadable Sugar Sparkles Shawlette pattern here.

How to Foundation Single Crochet

Learn Foundation Single Crochet with WEBS teacher Sara Delaney!

How to Foundation Double Crochet

Learn how to foundation double crochet with WEBS teacher Sara Delaney!

Valley Pattern 414 Valley Cowl Tutorial Part 1

 

Crochet along with WEBS designer Kirsten Hipsky for the Valley Yarns 414 Valley Cowl designed by Doris Chan. This luscious, lacy cowl is crocheted infinity or moebius style, beginning with a center strip and worked seamlessly in continuous figure 8's. Worn as a shoulder wrap or double-twisted around the head as a hood, the Valley Cowl is a lovely, practical and quick-to-crochet gift.

Part 1 of this video tutorial, Kirsten shows you how to do the foundation double crochet for this cowl. In part 2 of the this video series, Kirsten shows you how to join the foundation double crochet into the round as a moebius, inserting one twist in it.

Valley Pattern 414 Valley Cowl Tutorial Part 2

Crochet along with WEBS designer Kirsten Hipsky for the Valley Yarns 414 Valley Cowl designed by Doris Chan. This luscious, lacy cowl is crocheted infinity or moebius style, beginning with a center strip and worked seamlessly in continuous figure 8's. Worn as a shoulder wrap or double-twisted around the head as a hood, the Valley Cowl is a lovely, practical and quick-to-crochet gift.

In part 2 of the this video series, Kirsten shows you how to join the foundation double crochet into the round as a moebius, inserting one twist in it. Click here to view Part 1, where Kirsten shows you how to do the foundation double crochet for this cowl.

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