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-Amanda

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Learn how to crochet an easy small heart applique. I used a 5mm crochet hook for a 2inch applique. Use a bigger or smaller hook to make your applique bigger or smaller. 

I also have a TINY heart applique tutorial if you want an even small heart.
 
STITCHES USED/A...

I love the magic circle and use it for every project that begins in the round. It allows you to work in the center of a circle with plenty of space and then close the circle as much (or as little) as you want after you get all of your stitches in. The alternative is a...

If you can crochet a circle, then you can crochet a pumpkin! My pumpkin design is an oval shape with indented top and bottom. To achieve this shape, I begin with a regular simple circle for the first round, using HDC. Then on the second round, I use SC stitches on the...

Here's a super easy and really cute four leaf clover you can make for St. Patrick's Day or any occasion!

STITCHES USED/ABBREVIATIONS:
CH - Chain
SL ST - Slip Stitch 
TR - Triple Crochet

Magic Circle tutorial here

WRITTEN PATTERN:
Begin with Magic Circle, CH 4.
Wo...

​Sewing a tag or label onto your crochet garments is much easier than you may think. No sewing machine - or sewing skills at all- required. With just a needle and thread, I'll show you how. Check out my video below.

Why would you want to sew a tag onto your crochet item...

Here's an easy way to switch colors, with no knots. This can be used whether crocheting in rows or in the round. It can be used this in the middle of a row or at the end of the row for stripes (the new row will begin in the new color). I also use this technique if I ru...

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