If you're familiar with foundation crochet stitches, linked stitches, or Tunisian crochet... then you actually know how to do all three! It's true! Today on Facebook live we'll go over all the latest Moogly news. Then on YouTube live, I'll let you in on a crochet secret - foundation stitches, linked stitches, and Tunisian are all the same technique!
And don't forget to keep scrolling to sign up for my upcoming Michaels Community Classrooms and lives!
Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. Live videos are unscripted, unedited, occasionally weird, and all opinions are my own. This post is sponsored by Yarnspirations.
Moogly News - Facebook Live - approx 10am
In this month's Facebook live, catch up with the latest Moogly happenings!
What I'm Wearing: Work From Home Cardigan
Foundation Crochet Stitches, Linked Stitches, and Tunisian - It's a Matter of Direction!
YouTube Live - approx 10:30am
You might have learned foundation crochet stitches, tried a linked stitch, or maybe even dabbled in Tunisian - but did you notice they are riffs on the same few moves? Today I'll show you how all of these techniques are related on YouTube!
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Upcoming Lives with Moogly!
Next Moogly Live
October 25, 2022 at approx 10am CT - I'll have an interview with a surprise guest! Stay tuned!
Crochet a Leaf for Fall with Tamara Kelly - Free Online
October 18 at 6pm CT
In this class, you will learn how to make a crochet leaf for your autumnal décor! No raking is necessary for these festive fall leaves. Create a garland as shown or use them for loads of other seasonal decorations. Stitch a circle in double crochet and then create the leaf petals using a combination of double and treble crochet.
- 3 balls Red Heart Super Saver (2 Redwood, 1 Carrot, 1 Guava) 1 ball makes many leaves
- Size U.S. H (5 mm) Susan Bates crochet hook
- Yarn Needle
- Hemp cord
- Wooden Beads
- Click Here to Download the FREE Crochet Pattern
Learn to Crochet a Beginner Shawl - Free Online
Oct 18, 2022 11:00 AM CT
Join us on Tuesday, October 18, 2022 at 11am CT and learn how to crochet a beginner shawl in three colors! Sponsored by our friends at I Like Crochet, this free one-hour class is a great opportunity to make a beautiful, cozy accessory for brisk weather.
WHAT TO BRING:
- US-N, 10.0 mm hook
- 375 yds Patons Inspired (5 Bulky; 75% acrylic, 25% wool; 150g/5.3 oz; 203 m/222 yds)
Shown: 1 ball each of
Color A: Ginger
Color B: Honey Spice
Color C: Soft Cream
- Stitch Markers
3 Great Stitches for Crochet Blankets - Premium Online
October 27 at 12pm CT
Take your crochet to the next level with three versatile textured stitch patterns:
- Brick Stitch
- Cluster Panels
Have a wonderful day all - see you next time! And before you go, here's a Pin for today's post, so you can add it to your favorite crochet tip Pinterest boards! We appreciate (and need) your shares!