Published on December 22nd, 2017 | by Mara


The Most Popular Tutorials of 2017!

If you’ve always wanted to learn to crochet you’ve come to the right place! From beginner to advanced, we have brilliant video tutorials to help you on your crochet journey, and to teach you fabulous techniques to boost your skills.

Here are our most popular tutorials of 2017!

How to Crochet the Dragonfly Stitch

This tutorial from Hopeful Honey will show you how to easily work the dragonfly stitch, an incredibly creative and unique stitch that will add some versatility to your crochet projects.

How to Crochet a Fish in Under 10 Minutes!

Make a fish from a crocheted square! All you need is a square of crochet, any size with any weight yarn, some stuffing, a yarn needle and some scissors. You can add safety eyes, or embroider them on afterwards! This simple tutorial video shows you everything you need!

Tunisian (Afghan) Crochet Tutorial

Tunisian crochet (also known as Afghan crochet) is achieved by collecting loops on your hook which then are worked off it. It produces fabric that is beautifully textured and rather dense, quite similar to knitted fabric.

Puff & Shells Crochet Stitch Tutorial

Learn how to crochet the puff & shells stitch with Hopeful Honey in this fantastic video tutorial. By the end you’ll have a full understanding of this lovely and unique stitch!

How to Crochet a Preemie Baby Hat

This adorable little hat is perfect for keeping a tiny preemie warm. Crocheted using dc and htr stitches (UK terms), you could work up a bunch of these in an afternoon to donate to your local hospital.

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loves autumn, drinking unreasonable amounts of coffee and everything creative! So naturally - knitting and crocheting was the perfect fit!

One Response to The Most Popular Tutorials of 2017!

  1. M.Murphy says:

    very in forming for me who’s new to crochet.

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