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!
Welcome back to HOHD! Time to share all the newest yarn crafting projects from your blogs, with my wonderful co-host, Kara from Petals to Picots! If this is the first time you’ve been here and you’d like to link up, be sure to check out the rules section below. For everyone else – let’s enjoy some fresh new projects! Here are the projects that your clicks and I put together for us this round!
The results are finally in! And check out the fantastic winners!
I don’t know about you, but I spend a lot of time looking at crochet patterns… whether it’s to put together a collection for this site, find a pattern for someone who isn’t having any luck, or for my own crochet down time. Ravelry makes it easy to find the pattern you’re looking for – and everyday I talk to people who don’t know how to use it. So here’s how to use Ravelry to find a crochet or knit pattern – you’ll love it!
Over the weekend I got a chance to sit down and watch a Craftsy class I’ve had on my agenda for ages – Curvy Crochet, taught by the super talented Marly Bird. I profiled Marly in a past Designer Showcase here on Moogly, and being a “curvy” girl myself, I couldn’t wait any longer to watch. And I’m so glad I did enroll in Curvy Crochet!
Cars have been a popular plaything since the day they were invented – and you can crochet them too! I’ve put together a collection of free crochet car patterns – includes some accessories to make them even more fun!
We could all use a little extra luck once in a while – and the fun little clovers or shamrocks in the Lucky Day Cowl might just be the token you need! At the very least, it’ll decrease the odds of pinching!
Block #5 – enough to count on one hand! We’ve had some challenging blocks, and now we’ve got one that’s a little more relaxing – and very pretty! If this is the first you’ve heard of the 2015 Moogly Afghan CAL, please CLICK HERE to read how it works! In summary, every 2 weeks I’ll share a new free 12″ crochet block pattern, and we’ll all make them together. All the patterns will be free all year long, and we’ll get to visit a variety of fantastic crochet blogs along the way!