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Learn a New Stitch! Bavarian Crochet Tutorial

When you’re looking for a crochet stitch that has dimension, texture, and style, look no further than the beautiful Bavarian stitch. Traditionally worked in two or more colors, the Bavarian stitch is perfect for afghans, purses, shawls, baby blankets, table runners, and any other project that demands the “wow” factor.

Bavarian is a favorite among crocheters

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The Sierra Swoncho Is The Project You Need Right Now

Swoncho? No, that’s not a typo. The swoncho is part sweater, part poncho, and 100% awesome. And when we all emerge from our homes (and we will) you will be glad this is in your wardrobe. Let’s back up just a moment, though.

There is a lot going on in the world right now, and it

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The #1 Crochet Jacket You’ll Wear ALL Winter Long

So many color choices—so much style

The Flying Geese Jacket is a cozy crocheted cardigan-style jacket that will keep off the chill all season. With its striking slanted shell pattern, this jacket is a show-stopper you’ll reach for again and again!

Your hook will fly through this project; the stitch pattern is addicting and rhythmic. “Just one

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The Modern Crochet Home Decor Collection: 15 Trendy Designs

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There’s more to crochet than cozy cardigans and soft blankets. Give your home a little something extra with these crochet home decor ideas sure to brighten up any room. Get the details on all of them when you join the I Like Crochet Gold Club today!

I like to change things around my home every now

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The Chevron Collection: 5 Fresh Classics to Crochet

Join the I Like Crochet Gold Club today and discover the classic (and gorgeous) chevron pattern with 5 designs you’ll love.

The chevron pattern is a classic crochet staple. Vintage chevron designs look great, and the pattern pairs well with modern designs and colors, too. The new classics in this collection are fashionable and fresh with

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How to: Half Double Crochet (hdc)

How do you do a half double crochet stitch? Learn by following the illustrated tutorial below! Half double crochet (hdc) is an easy stitch to learn and it’s only slightly more involved than the single crochet stitch. The resulting stitch pattern is a little looser and taller than the single crochet, and it uses a little more yarn.

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We Love ❤ This Country Basket Pattern

“I love this pattern!” is what crocheters say when they see the Checkered Country Basket design. And who wouldn’t love this fabulous checkerboard basket?

Use this graphic bag at the beach, the farmer’s market, or to store your yarn stash. You’ll want to show it off wherever you go.

The Checkered Country Basket starts off with the

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Make this Dreamy Afghan with Freeform Crochet

Set your imagination free with the Dare to Dream afghan pattern

Blue skies! That’s what people say when anything is possible and there are no barriers. Can you imagine crocheting with no barriers, creating a design as you go? That’s what freeform crochet is all about, and this Dare to Dream Afghan project helps you make

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The PERFECT Crochet Bag for Spring

Inspired by floral granny squares

“Allons-y” is French for “let’s go,” which is what you’ll want to do when you finish this bag. It’s large enough to be an overnight bag, your new crochet bag, or even a carry on for your vacation!

Amanda Saladin’s Allons-y Bag pairs two-color granny square trim with single and double crochet

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Corner-to-Corner (C2C) Borders

Just completed a corner-to-corner afghan, but not sure how to finish it? Watch this video and learn how to make a simple, stunning border that will make your piece pop! Plus, ever have problems with your corner-to-corner blanket not looking like a perfect square? Or don’t know the best way to keep loose ends from falling out of your work? Find out Mikey’s solution to both of these common problems inside this video from Michael Sellick for Yarnspirations.com.

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