GREAT CROCHET: SIMPLE TIPS TO MAKE IT HAPPEN PART 1
- Getting Started. // Crochet Holiday Collection;2001, p156
The article presents guidelines in using yarns and hooks in crocheting. Always use the weight of yarn specified in the pattern. It is best to purchase extra of each color needed to allow for differences in tension and dyes. The hook size stated in the pattern is to be used as a guide. Always...
- STITCH GUIDE. // Crochet!;Sep2011, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p96
The article offers various information related to crocheting including stitch abbreviations, yarn conversion and definitions of words used in crocheting.
- Cute Get it now! Crochet! // NW;1/2/2012, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p66
Several photographs of crochet clothing for women are presented including one from Kuku, another from Just Jeans and one from Payless ShoesSource Inc.
- Supplies. // Making Eyelash Crochet Leis 2;2003, p2
The article presents the supplies needed in making eyelash crochet leis. A list of yarn stores in Hawaii is presented. It describes the Susan Bates Quicksilver size K crochet hook. It outlines the yarns that are interchangeable and can be substituted if the specified yarn is unavailable. It...
- HOOK GRABBER. Reich, Anna Victoria // Crochet World;Feb2006, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p11
The article offers a tip on how to hold a crochet hook through the hole of a crochet cushion.
- General Instructions. // Crochet With Bits & Pieces;2005, p174
The article offers several crocheting tips. The size of crochet hooks to be used in a project depends on the weights of yarn and thread, while the size of stitches a hook can make will become smaller as the hook number increases. Gauge refers to the tightness or looseness of stitches, which is...
- Annie's Answers. // Annie's Favorite Crochet;Aug2006, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p19
Presents tips in crocheting. Use of rug yarn instead of sport yarn when crocheting slippers; Importance of using a single crochet when making an afghan or sweater; Stiffening solution for fabrics.
- BRITE IDEA. // Crochet World;Jun2006, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p21
The article describes a fancy work whipped by New London, Connecticut crocheter Louisa Eddington through the use of her leftover yarn. Two circles make a coaster, and she inserts a circle cut from plastic canvas between them before whipstitching them together.
- LILY CHIN SIGNATURE COLLECTION OF FASHION YARNS AND PATTERNS. // Crochet World;Jun2006, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p37
The article evaluates the Lily Chin Signature Collection of Fashion Yarns and Patterns for hand-knitters and crocheters and offers information on the product's key features and cost.