After weeks of crocheting then donating then selling then creating patterns for adult Pussyhats – after spending thousands of dollars on Icy Hot Patches for my aching shoulder (maybe an exaggeration but you tell that to my rotator cuff), I opted to take it a bit easier and smaller by whipping up a few newborn […]
Can you believe we are almost a month away from kicking off the OUTH Sailor Moon CAL? It will be time to get started on it before we know it!
This will be my first time doing a graphghan so I have been searching around for some tips to help with the project. You a first timer too? Don’t worry! This post is for you! Filled with tips for us attempting a graphghan for the first time. Click on the links below for c2c help.
- How to start a c2c crochet
- How to change colors
- How to decrease c2c
- How to weave in ends for c2c
- Complete tutorial for a small c2c project
Modular Crochet Bobbin Holder (to help prevent tangling)
I don’t know if I’ll be able to make a bobbin holder like the one in the link above but I have seen/read of different ways to keep the yarn separates. Some range from using a basket with knitting needles (used to hold the yarn) while some are more simple with using something you have one hand, such as cardboard to wrap the yarn. I have even seen one that used a hanger and clothespins and paper clips. I’m going to have to make it on a budget so I need to find something that is cheap. If anyone has an ideas, please do share!