Crochet 101

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Below are My Favourite Tutorials

It gives me great joy every single time I make each crochet piece, whether it be a fun animal hat for my devoted customers, or a custom crochet headband for my beloved daughter. This is why I wanted to share with you the magic that is crochet and all the trappings that go with it. I learned most of what I know about crocheting on YouTube.... in my 40's... and I wasn't good at any sort of fabric-based crafting when I was in school back in Manila. We were given formal schooling for such things, apart from cooking and sewing (and you can guess my teachers' disappointment with those things as well). If I can learn something new and challenging and beautiful as crocheting, then so can you. Below are some of my go-to video tutorials that can either start you off with this new hobby / addiction. Once you get the hang of it, it's going to be such a joy creating what you want at your pace whenever, wherever. I've also provided video tutorials for the crochet patterns that I've created. Once you've purchased a pattern, you'll get exclusive access to the specific video tutorial/s.

At any time you need assistance, you can always contact me for relevant questions.

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Where to Begin: Basic Crochet Stitches

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All crochet terms are in US version. Here’s a translator if you prefer to use the UK terms.

Left-Handed

Right-Handed

All crochet terms are in US version. Here’s a translator if you prefer to use the UK terms.

Left-Handed

Right-Handed

All crochet terms are in US version. Here’s a translator if you prefer to use the UK terms.

Left-Handed

Right-Handed

All crochet terms are in US version. Here’s a translator if you prefer to use the UK terms.

All crochet terms are in US version. Here’s a translator if you prefer to use the UK terms.

Left-Handed

Right-Handed

Left-Handed

Right-Handed

Working in the Round: the Bare-bones of Hat-Making

All crochet terms are in US version. Here’s a translator if you prefer to use the UK terms.

All crochet terms are in US version. Here’s a translator if you prefer to use the UK terms.

Left-Handed

Right-Handed

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