I also have a new viewer request video. It’s pretty specific, but those are usually the ones that are the most needed when you lease expect it. This video will show you how to decrease FPSC (front post single crochet) and BPSC (back post single crochet ) when working in the round.
A viewer had requested a video that showed how to get back on track once a mistake is made in foundation single crochet. She asked and I delivered.
The video below explains the two parts of the foundation single crochet and how to count your stitches when working it. That way a mistake can easily be frogged out without having to start your whole FSC over again.
Do you have a viewer request? Let me know below (in the comments, or contact me directly) and I’ll add you to the queue.
Working from the center out you can create a triangular motif that can be used for a variety of things. You can even join two together to reform a square — but make if fun in two different colors at least.
I’ll be putting up another tutorial on how to join these triangles for a blanket (a viewer request), so if you’re interested in seeing that be sure to follow the blog so you get notification when it posts.
After a seemingly never ending string of road trips during the holidays, I’m finally back and able to get to work on viewer request videos. Here is the first of many to come.
Learn the basics for Intarsia crochet with the video below. You’ll not only learn how to change colors and read an intarsia chart, but I’ll also give helpful tips on tools to use and the difference between Intarsia, Fair Isle, and Tapestry crochet. I’ll also be putting up a few more Intarsia videos that delve deeper into the technique.
Remember, if you have a request for a video, leave it in the comments and I’ll add it to the list; and be sure to follow the blog so you get the newest tutorials delivered right to your inbox.