This single crochet thermal stitch potholder uses the single crochet thermal stitch. This stitch is the perfect stitch for crocheted potholders! Last week I shared with you how to crochet the single crochet thermal stitch. This week, I’m sharing with you how to crochet a pot holder using the single crochet thermal stitch. I had a hard time at first trying to understand this stitch
The single crochet thermal stitch creates a solid, dense and very warm textured pattern that is ideal for pot holders, hot pads, warm blankets and mittens. Single Crochet Thermal Stitch I discovered the single crochet thermal stitch after crocheting potholders using the lemon peel stitch. When I made my potholders, I essentially crocheted two dishcloths and then placed them wrong sides together and single crocheted
The Modified Lemon Peel stitch is a combination of single crochet and double crochet stitches. Modifying this stitch gives you nice straight edges. Last week I shared with you how to crochet the Lemon Peel Stitch. If you tried crocheting the lemon peel stitch you may have noticed that the edges are a little jagged. Well, with a slight modification to how we begin and
A review of The Birch Cottage blog reader favorite ideas for 2019. Come be inspired by the most popular craft, crochet, sewing and recipe ideas of 2019! If you are reading this blog post, thank you! It’s because of you and your return visits that I am able to continue to bring you creative ideas from my home to yours! I share a variety of
These 7 easy to crochet hats, scarves and mittens for the whole family are free crochet patterns and just in time for holiday gift making! It’s no secret by now that I love making handmade gifts for my family and friends. I don’t always get to share with you the crochet patterns I’m working on at the moment because they’re gifts for my family members.
The Lemon Peel Crochet Dishcloth Pattern is a beginner friendly crochet project that you can work up in an hour or two, plus they make great handmade gifts. Previously, I shared with you the very simple and easy to learn Lemon Peel Crochet Stitch. So, I thought it would be fun to share with you this Lemon Peel Crochet Dishcloth Pattern so you can put
Learn to crochet this easy lemon peel stitch. Using simple alternating single crochet and double crochet stitches creates this lovely textured pattern. The Lemon Peel Stitch is an easy stitch that is simply comprised of alternating single crochet and double crochet stitches. This stitch is also known as the Griddle Stitch. In fact, my fellow crocheters at Daisy Farm Crafts refer to this stitch as
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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