The Y Stitch is a great crochet stitch for all sorts of lacy projects - and the Chainless Starting Y Stitch opens up even more possibilities! Today, get the latest Moogly news on Facebook and see where you can sign up for my next live class. Then, join me on YouTube to learn how to crochet the Chainless Starting Y Stitch (with a little review of the Y stitch of course)!
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The Moogly News
Facebook Live: May 11, 2021 - 10:15 am Central
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Moogly Community Group on Facebook
WonderArt Latch Hook Kit Giveaway
Bucilla Weaving Looms All-In-One Kit Giveaway
Sneak Peek: The New Crochet Stitch Dictionary
How to Crochet the Chainless Starting Y Stitch
YouTube Live: May 11, 2021 - 10:45 am Central
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The Y Stitch is a big, lacy crochet stitch that doesn't get used too often. But like every stitch, it should be the best it can be - and the Chainless Starting Y Stitch opens up even more crafty possibilities!
Yarn: Red Heart Unforgettable (Stained Glass)
Hook: Susan Bates Bamboo Handle
Pattern: Circe Shawl
For more on the Y stitch, click here
Upcoming Lives with Moogly!
National Online Class: Fringe Hoop Decoration
Craft this boho yarn adorned mirror with a few easy steps.
- Lily® Sugar 'n Cream - 1 ball
- 1 - 10" [25.5 cm] diameter metal hoop
- 1 - 10" [25.5 cm] diameter circular mirror
- 1 - 1" [2.5 cm] metal ring
- Ruler or measuring tape
- Hot glue gun and glue sticks
- Spray starch
- Click Here to Download Handout
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Have a wonderful day all - see you next time!
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Do you have any recommendations for a crochet project book?
Well of course I'd like to recommend my own - Quick Crochet for the Home https://amzn.to/3fUnbsA 😉
But of course, there are lots of amazing ones out there. Be sure to check out your local library too!