As long as you don’t have to skip any chains, you can start a project with foundation stitches – even when you have to increase and decrease! Today, I’ll share the latest Moogly news on Facebook, and then I’ll head over to YouTube so I can show you how to increase and decrease crochet foundation stitches of any height!
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 approx 10:50 am Central
In this month’s Facebook live, catch up with the latest Moogly happenings!
What I’m Wearing: Ripley Shawl
How to Increase and Decrease with Crochet Foundation Stitches
YouTube Live approx 11:15 am Central
I love starting a pattern with foundation stitches – whether it’s single crochet, half double crochet, or double crochet. And recently, I showed you how to combine a variety of these stitches in one row!
But what about when that first row also includes increases and decreases? You can do that too! I’ll show you how to increase and decrease with crochet foundation stitches – sc, hdc, dc, and beyond!
Upcoming Lives with Moogly!
National Online Class: What is a Crochet Gauge? Tips and Tricks
September 16 at 12pm CT
Want your crocheted projects to look just like the photos? That’s where gauge comes in! Find out what gauge is, how to make a crochet gauge swatch, and how to “get gauge.”
National Online Class: O’Go Virtual Showcase
September 21 at 6pm CT
Join Yarnspirations for a new product showcase. Learn about our newest yarns for the fall and get inspired with project ideas. This class will feature Tamara Kelly from Moogly and Seema Persaud!
This class does not include a project and instead will be a forum for discussion and showcasing these great new products!
National Online Class: Stitch N Win Virtual Showcase
September 28 at 6pm CT
Join Yarnspirations for a new product showcase. Learn about this year’s Stitch and Win yarns and get inspired with project ideas. This
Have a wonderful day all – see you next time!