Add a touch of fall to your home decor with this easy to crochet Herringbone Crocheted Pumpkin pattern from The Birch Cottage. A couple of weeks ago, I shared with you how to crochet the Herringbone Half Double Crochet (HHDC) stitch. The HHDC stitch creates this lovely textured chevron pattern. Because I just love the way the stitch looks, I thought that it’d make a
Learn how to crochet the herringbone half double crochet stitch. The HHDC creates this beautiful textured pattern with a chevron type of look. I’ve been looking forward to sharing the Herringbone Half Double Crochet Stitch with you for a long time. In fact, last year, I crocheted an afghan for our daughter Morgan that incorporated the HHDC stitch. I’ve also crocheted a baby blanket that
Learn how to crochet The Birch Cottage Dishcloth using the moss stitch. The moss stitch creates a beautiful woven almost basket weave type pattern. Months and months ago now, I shared with you how to crochet the moss stitch. Then back in January, I shared with you how to crochet The Birch Cottage Dish Towel using the moss stitch. And, finally, today, I’m sharing with
Learn how to crochet The Birch Cottage Dish Towel using the moss stitch. The moss stitch creates a beautiful woven almost basket weave type pattern. Do you remember that I had previously shared with you how to crochet the moss stitch? I love the woven pattern this stitch creates! As you may recall, this stitch is also called the linen stitch or the granite stitch.
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Learn how to crochet with 14 free crochet patterns for crocheted coasters! When I was looking for patterns and tutorials to crochet a pumpkin, I came across quite a few crocheted coaster patterns. So, I put together this collection of 14 free crocheted coaster patterns just for you (well, and maybe a little for me). Afterall, tis the season to get busy making handmade gifts
Learn to crochet a pumpkin with 5 free patterns. These crocheted pumpkins add the perfect handmade touch of autumn to your home decor! I love to crochet. In fact, I just finished crocheting a large afghan for our daughter for her birthday. I had some yarn leftover and I just thought it’d make the cutest little crocheted pumpkin. So, that’s exactly what I did. You
Learn to crochet a pumpkin with this free crocheted pumpkin pattern. This crocheted pumpkin adds the perfect handmade touch of autumn to your home decor! I love to crochet. In fact, I just finished crocheting a large afghan for our daughter for her birthday. I had some yarn leftover and I just thought it’d make the cutest little crocheted pumpkin. So, that’s exactly what I
The Moss Stitch is also known as the Linen Stitch, the Granite Stitch or the Woven Stitch. I believe it’s most common name is the Moss Stitch – or at least that’s what I was taught to call it when I was learning how to crochet. So, that’s what we’re calling this beautiful crochet stitch and what you’ll be learning today. About the Moss Stitch
Today I’m sharing seven easy half double crochet patterns that incorporate the use of the half double crochet stitch. Each of these patterns were hand-picked with the beginner crocheter in mind. As you develop and grow your crochet skills, you’ll be able to crochet more complicated patterns. And, before you know it, you’ll be crocheting corner to corner and learning all sorts of stitches!
I’ve put together a list of seven double crochet patterns that incorporate the use of the double crochet stitch that are easy to make. 7 Easy Double Crochet Patterns If you’ve been following along with the Learn to Crochet series here on The Birch Cottage blog, you’ve probably been wondering when I’m going to start actually sharing some real patterns with you, right? I mean,
A magic circle is a great technique to use when you’re crocheting in the round. Although the magic circle is more of a technique than an actual crochet stitch, it’s a great skill to master for all those crocheted beanies, baskets, doilies and granny square projects! In this tenth post in my learn to crochet series, we’re going to learn how to make a magic