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Rickrack stitch. This is a gorgeous stitch. I may make a cowl out of this!



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Anna Zilboorg’s Perfect Buttonholes | Whistling Girl Knits



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Beautiful knit as you go double or triple icord edge - just perfect for neat scarves and cardigan fronts



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7 Things I Wish I Hat Known When I Started Knitting



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Chain selvedge This is a simple trick that produces a neat and attractive finish on a selvedge edge. All you have to do is slip the first stitch of every row purl-wise and knit the last stitch of every row.



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Single Crochet Cluster Stitch - Learn how to crochet this cluster stitch and start making blankets, scarves, hats and much more!



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Crochet for beginners..yeah I did it! I love this tutorial



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Crochet is easy once you learn the different stitches! See step-by-step diagrams with accompanying videos for making some of the most common crochet stitches, and get started on your first crochet project today.



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a pattern ive just recently used again just making the color changes much farther along...makes a quick blanket



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Want to start making amigurumi (tiny crochet toys)? Grab some free beginner amigurumi patterns here and you'll have dozens of cute creations in no time!



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How to Knit a Perfect Edge with double selvage that knits an i-cord along edge. This is great for edges I won't be seaming!



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Are you a knitting know it all? Double check you basic know-how as we explore 5 different knit edge techniques that every knitter ought to know:



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How to make a nice edge stitch. At the beginning of the row, hold the yarn in front (instead of in the back as it usually would be). Insert your needle in the back of the first stitch (knitwise) and slip it (without knitting it). Continue knitting your row as usual. The last stitch is knit normally. Only the first stitch is treated differently. You can use this technique for stockiness or garter.



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One of the disadvantages of knitting a pieced sweater is all the finishing that’s involved, and...



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The IRISH MOSS Stitch Pattern with Studio Knit



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Ravelry: Herringbone Knit Scarf pattern by Originally Lovely by Kaitlin Blasing



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Alright, time for a new crochet pattern! This time it’s for this cute little striped bear, which is actually a revamp of an old pattern from maybe 5 years ago. Unfortunately I can’t find any pictures of it, but this new version is way cuter anyway!! I made 2 different critters with this pattern & they’re identical except for color changes and the ears. Let’s get started! Supplies - ww yarn in 3 colors for the bear, or 2 colors for the bunny. [I used vanna’s choice, but any ww ya...



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Everyone needs their "crochet basics" patterns in their repertoire.  This…



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Whip some of these up with some really nice soaps and one would have a sweet gift. ༺✿Teresa Restegui http://www.pinterest.com/teretegui/✿༻



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Crochet Flower Shower Scrubby Free Pattern - Crochet Spa Gift Ideas Free Patterns



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