In this post I will show you a way to join rounds seamlessly for perfect stripes.
In this tutorial I will show a quick and easy, but neat way to change the yarn when working in single crochet stitch (double crochet stitch in UK and Australia).
Decreasing is nothing more than taking two or more stitches and turning them into one. There are many ways to do so, in this post I will show two of my favorite methods for decreasing when working in single crochet stitch (double crochet in UK and Australia).
Crocheting more than one stitch in the same hole will stretch it out a little and there will be a small gap under the increase. And if you want to use firmer and tougher yarns like linen, hemp or cotton, it may be worth to use this little trick.
Crocheting in spiral is the basis of amigurumi making - unlike crocheting in rounds, this creates a nice even fabric without a seam where the round ends.