wool school: how to make a magic ring (left handed edition)

For lots of my patterns, I start with a magic ring - a good way to start a project working in rounds where you don't want to leave a hole in the middle (like a little leg or arm). You can close a magic ring nice and tight. Here is how to do it (at least how I … Continue reading wool school: how to make a magic ring (left handed edition)

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wool school: how to double crochet (dc) left handed lesson

My favourite things to crochet are little friendly birds and creatures and this is called amigurumi - the japanese for cute stitched friends. The best stitch for this sort of crochet is the double crochet stitch which is nice and dense and has a simple look. It is also known as a single crochet in … Continue reading wool school: how to double crochet (dc) left handed lesson

chain stitch friendship bracelets for you to make

It is a good first skill in crochet to be able to chain stitch, and here is a nice simple first project to help use up your chains - friendship bracelets. You can make them in all colours for all your friends. It's nice to spread some woolly love. They are very easy if you … Continue reading chain stitch friendship bracelets for you to make

wool school: learn how to chain stitch (for left handers)

If you are new to crochet and want to have a go at this new skill here is a good place to start your amazing journey of creations - learn how to chain stitch (ch) Creating a chain will help you to get the feel for crochet and practise the basic elements - wrapping your … Continue reading wool school: learn how to chain stitch (for left handers)