The crochet spider stitch is a classic beautifully textured stitch that I have been using
for many years and love the way it creates a pretty but not too lacy fabric feel, using
just a chain and sc/dc stitches, it is easy and simple to do.
Perfect for scarves, wash/dishcloths or blankets.
My single crochet grit stitch pictorial is for an easy crochet pattern that creates a
tightly textured finish which is sturdy, if you crochet it on a large hook it will have
a much softer feel.
Use for many projects around the home like sets of coasters, place mats etc. or
use to make things like dish/washcloths, blankets or cowls.
Check out my free Grit Stitch Place Mat crochet pattern.
Have you heard about Annies Creative Studio Videos? well don’t worry if you
haven’t as I am really excited to tell you all about this great collection of video’s
for you to view at your leisure.
Welcome to my how to dividing armholes pictorial, I get many requests on how to skip/miss stitches without fastening off when shaping for armholes on my round and square neck
yokes, I use this method in many of my baby patterns, so hope this will help you.
See my Herringbone Half Double Crochet and Ripple stitch Pictorials
My crochet neat edge pictorial is to show you how to get an even look when making a
Have you ever wondered when using a second color why it appears to look rough and
uneven, my pictorial below shows you in four steps how to improve the look.
See my Crab Stitch and Magic Circle Pictorials.