Knit and Crochet Ever After
  • Easy Blocking With Spray Starch Tutorial

    Have you ever made a small lacy motif like a snowflake or doily and was dissapointed at how misshapen it turned out? These types of small projects need special blocking. Wet blocking might pull it into shape, but it’s “lacy-ness”…

  • Slip Stitch Join Tutorial

    Today’s tutorial will show you how to join any two pieces of crochet with the slip stitch join. This join, unlike most others, has an added benefit of being able to join your pieces anywhere throughout the work. You can…

  • Mattress Stitch Join Tutorial

    This join I’m about to show you has to be one of my favorites. It leaves a flat almost invisible seam and is very easy to do. All you will need is a piece of yarn  (usually in the same color…

  • Wet and Spray Blocking Acrylic Yarn

    You can check out the video tutorial for this topic here. I’ve showed you how to steam block acrylic yarn, now I will show you the less stressful method of wet and spray blocking. I say less stressful because even…

  • Working Fair Isle Crochet in Rows

    I keep getting asked by people if it’s possible to use Fair Isle crochet in rows instead of the round. The simple answer is yes, and this tutorial will show you the basics of how to do it. However, before…

  • Steam Blocking Acrylic Yarn

    My favorite way to block any project is with steam. It’s a fast, easy and clean way to get your project to the correct size, make it lay flat, or just make it softer. The tutorial below will show you…

  • Back Up and Running

    Whew! I finally got everything (well almost everything, my blog is highly disjointed at the moment) transferred over from my old site. So why move everything you ask? I finally came to grips with the fact that I am horrible…