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Simple Seamless Double Crochet Hat

Simple Seamless Double Crochet Hat

This Simple Seamless Double Crochet Hat pattern is crocheted from the top-down in one piece. You work in continuous rounds, without slip stitching or chaining extra stitches. This creates a completely seamless hat. These hats will make perfect chemo hats…

dc2tog photo and video tutorial

dc2tog photo and video tutorial

Learn how to decrease your stitches easily using a dc2tog (double crochet 2 together). This crochet tutorial post includes my quick dc2tog video tutorial and my step-by-step photo tutorial. dc2tog tutorials A dc2tog is a crochet term that is used…

dc3tog photo and video tutorial

dc3tog photo and video tutorial

Learn how to decrease your stitches easily using a dc3tog (double crochet 3 together). This crochet tutorial post includes my quick dc3tog video tutorial and my step-by-step photo tutorial. dc3tog tutorials A dc3tog is a crochet term that is used…

The Beginner Crochet Stitches You Need to Know.

The Beginner Crochet Stitches You Need to Know.

I thought it would be handy to have a list of crochet abbreviations and terms available for you on the site. I have created a searchable list below for UK Crochet Terms and I have created a pinnable image for…

Double Crossed Hat Pattern in 11 Sizes

Double Crossed Hat Pattern in 11 Sizes

The Double Crossed Hat features crossed double crochet stitches (Xdc) worked in rounds. The pattern includes 11 different sizes, ranging from Preemie to Adult Large and is available for free in my post below. I had a little yarn left…

Stitch Tutorials: sc, hdc and dc

Stitch Tutorials: sc, hdc and dc

Here are some helpful photo tutorials to get you started with some of the basic crochet stitches. Stitch Tutorials: sc, hdc and dc Single Crochet (sc): Insert your hook into the specified stitch, yarn over the hook and pull up 1…

How To Make a Double Crochet Stitch

How To Make a Double Crochet Stitch

Unless otherwise indicated, when you chain 3 to start a row of crochet it is counted as the 1st double crochet of the row. This means you already have a double crochet stitch in the first stitch of the row…