Have you ever gotten several rows into a project... and then realize the rows are all short a few stitches? And pulling out the work so far just isn't an option? I've got a hack for that! In today's lives, get the latest Moogly news on Facebook, and then join me on YouTube for a live demo of adding crochet rows to the side of a too narrow project!
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Yarnspirations, and contains affiliate links. Live videos are unscripted, unedited, occasionally weird, and all opinions are my own.
The Moogly News
Facebook Live: March 9, 2021 - 10:45 am Central
In this month's Facebook live, catch up with the latest Moogly happenings!
What I'm Wearing: Batwing Lace Sweater
How to Add Crochet Rows to the Side of a Too Narrow Piece
YouTube Live: March 9, 2021 - 11:15 am Central
Sometimes you need to add a few stitches to the side of a crochet piece - and pulling out and starting over isn't an option. You can add more stitches using this easy technique!
Get the hook: Susan Bates US - L, 8.0mm
Get the yarn: Bernat Blanket
Upcoming Lives with Moogly!
Lunch and Learn: Three Leaf Clover Pin
March 17 at 11am CT - FREE
Join me for a Lunch and Learn on the Yarnspirations Facebook page! We'll be celebrating St. Patrick's Day by making a quick and lucky three leaf clover!
National Online Class: Crochet "Mockrame" Shawl
March 30 at 6pm CT - FREE
Get a bohemian macrame look with a crochet shawl that packs a lot of texture. Learn this pretty stitch repeat to make the perfect spring accessory.
Have a wonderful day all - see you next time!