Bobble Stitch Crochet Tutorial

If there’s one stitch that’s trending in crochet design right now, then it is definitely the bobble stitch. You might have seen it used to accent different crochet patterns, or seen sweaters made completely of bobbles. They’re one of my favorite stitches! I’ve been using them in so many of my designs recently that I had to make myself diversify my stitches more, so everything wouldn’t look the same, haha. What I love about them is that they are such a simple stitch that adds a great pop of texture to a design, and they make the crochet fabric thick and cozy. Bobble stitches are perfect accent stitches to use in crochet patterns! I love using the bobble stitch as a brim on a crochet hat, or for a beautiful texture on a crochet bobble blanket wrap. I’ve…

How to Crochet the Crystal Stitch

Do you love learning new stitches?? I love the feeling of learning something new that I get to apply to my craft and use to create anything I want! Since I love that so much, I decided that I want to start doing a series this year called Stitching Saturdays, where I have a new crochet tutorial that I release every Saturday. I’ll do stitches that I enjoy doing, have learned, or have even created myself! This week’s stitch is the Crystal Stitch, which is a stitch pattern that I created to make my Ocean Crystals Cowl. It’s a fairly simple stitch that uses chain stitches and double crochets to create the affect of crystals being grouped together. Very similar to the stitches used for granny squares, this stitch is very easy to pick up rather quickly. Let’s get started! Pin it…

Learn How to Crochet for Beginners Part 6: How to Shell Stitch

Guys, we are almost done with the Learn How to Crochet for beginners series! We’ve gone through so many different stitches, and if you’ve been making the Cake Slice Coaster with this series, then you’re almost done. So far we’ve covered yarn weights & hook sizes, how to hold your yarn, chain stitch, the slip knot, single crochet, double crochet, half double crochet, switching yarn colors, and triple crochet. Phew, so much! Today I’ll be teaching you one of my favorite stitches, the shell stitch. I love using this stitch as a decorative edge on a project, such as with the Cake Slice Coaster pictured above. It’s also a fun stitch to use to make those fun mermaid blankets you see on Pinterest. Let’s get started!     How to Shell Stitch 1. (Before we begin…

Learn How to Crochet for Beginners: How to Triple Crochet

Welcome back maker to the Learn How to Crochet for Beginners Series! We are nearing the end of series, and the stitches we are learning. Just three more techniques to learn, and then you’ll be ready to start your crochet journey with confidence along with completing your first crochet project if you’ve been following along with the Cake Slice Coaster pattern. Today we’ll be learning the triple crochet stitch, which is the stitch that adds the most height per row in your crochet projects. It is the middle layer of the Cake Slice Coaster pattern. Triple crochet isn’t used very frequently in crochet patterns, but is still a very useful stitch to learn how to do. Let’s go ahead and get started on it!   How To Triple Crochet 1. (Before we start, if you’re following along with…

Learn How to Crochet for Beginners Part 5: How to Switch Colors & Half Double Crochet

Hello Maker! Are you ready to learn more about crochet in this next installment of the Learn How to Crochet for Beginners series? Today we’re talking all about how to switch yarn colors and how to Half Double Crochet. Switching yarn colors is used for color work in crochet such as stripes in my Cake Coaster Pattern. The half double crochet is similar to the double crochet, but includes less steps than a double crochet while still adding height to your work. If you’re following along with the Cake Slice Coaster pattern, this post covers row three. Let’s get started!     How to Switch Yarn Colors 1. (If you’re following along with the Cake Slice Coaster, this will be row 3.) If you’re working on a project that requires a color switch, take the yarn you want to switch…