Crochet cables add pattern, texture, and interest to all sorts of projects! Unfortunately, they can also leave a “hole” in your work. 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 close holes behind crochet cables!
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The Moogly News
Facebook Live: May 25, 2021 – 10:00 am Central
In this month’s Facebook live, catch up with the latest Moogly happenings!
What I’m Wearing: Olive You Cardigan
Sneak Peek: Caron One Pound
How to Close Holes Behind Crochet Cables
YouTube Live: May 25, 2021 – 10:45 am Central
What do you do when you’ve crocheted some beautiful cables… and you’re left with ugly gaps behind them? Sew them up – I’ll show you how!
Yarn: Bernat Blanket Extra
Pattern: Plush Hourglass Floor Pillow
For more on the crochet cables, click here
Upcoming Lives with Moogly!
National Online Class: Crochet Mock-Rame Wreath
Achieve a pretty macramé look with just a hook! Stitching in your shade of Lily Sugar’n Cream, this crochet wreath is worked over a metal ring, with back post crochet stitches that mimic the deep texture of macramé knots
- Lily® Sugar’n Cream® – 4 balls or 375 yds/342 m
- U.S. K/10½ (6.5 mm) crochet hook
- 14″ [35.5 cm] metal craft ring
- 2″ [5 cm] piece of cardboard for tassels or tassel maker
- Optional: Spray starch
- Click Here to Download Handout
National Online Class: Crochet 101
June 15 at 6pm CT
In this class, we’ll cover how to read a crochet pattern, how to get started and chain, single crochet and double crochet. You’ll be able to use these skills to make a variety of projects. Plus ask our instructor questions as you stitch.
- 1 ball of worsted weight yarn
- Susan Bates size U.S. H/8 (5 mm) crochet hook
- OR any yarn and corresponding hook size
National Online Class: Crochet Tote Organizer
June 24 at 12pm CT
Keep your summertime totes better organized with a simple pocket organizer. Class taught by the designer – me!