When designing Squish, a fab one skein cowl, I came up with a brand new stitch – at least, it’s new to me! It creates a ton of texture, and a light, springy, but solid fabric. And I’m calling it the Split Bullion Stitch!
Fortune’s Shawlette has been made many times over since it’s release into the wide world, but it’s not the easiest pattern! So for those who need a little more help, here are the charts – and the right and left handed video tutorials!
The Artfully Simple Angled Scarf is a fun and free pattern here on Moogly! And at your request, there is now a video tutorial! Here are the Artfully Simple Angled Scarf video tutorials – right and left handed!
The Mini Magic Mandala Square is a great little 6″ square when worked in Worsted/Aran weight yarn. It’s also the basis of the Magic Rainbow Baby Blanket! Here’s how it’s made.
The Chevron Lace Infinity Scarf features a two row repeat – easy enough, but getting a chevron pattern established can be tricky! So here’s a video tutorial!
This video tutorial has been a long time coming, as it showcases a technique I used in one of my first crochet patterns! I’ve learned a lot since then – including the need for this tutorial. What I haven’t found is an official name for this technique – so if you know of a “real” name for what I’ve termed the shallow post stitch, please do let me know!