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Crochet ~ Stitches and HowTo

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Styled by @CraftyLi4 years ago
  • Make a button hole. Step 1
  • Make a button hole. Step 1

    Step one: Locate where you want your buttonhole or pocket to be. Join a new yarn to the stitch right before where you want to start your hole. Make sure you have the front of the stitch.
  • Remove a buttonhole. Step 2
  • Remove a buttonhole. Step 2

    Using a smaller hook, insert hook through the bottom of first stitch on chain, again left to right. Re-hook loop, pull loop through.
  • Make a buttonhole. Step 2
  • Make a buttonhole. Step 2

    Chain as many stitches as you need for your hole. In this case, I am chaining 4 to make a 4 stitch buttonhole. Slip your last loop off the hook.
  • Remove a buttonhole. Step 3
  • Remove a buttonhole. Step 3

    Perform stitch as normal. In my case, I just did one hdc. Take last loop off of hook.
  • Make a buttonhole. Step 3
  • Make a buttonhole. Step 3

    Using a smaller hook, insert hook (from left to right) into the bottom of ea stitch you want to go on your chain. In my case I want 4. Re-hook the last loop of the chain.
  • Remove a buttonhole. Step 4
  • Remove a buttonhole. Step 4

    Using a smaller hook, insert hook through the bottom of the next stitch on the chain. Re-hook loop, pull loop through. Repeat steps 3-4 to the opposite end of the hole.
  • Make a buttonhole. Step 4
  • Make a buttonhole. Step 4

    Pull loop through stitches. SL to the stitch at opposite end of the buttonhole. In this case its the fifth stitch from where I started. Fasten Off
  • Remove a buttonhole. Step 5
  • Remove a buttonhole. Step 5

    SL working loop to stitch at the opposite end. Fasten Off.
  • Make a buttonhole. Step 5
  • Make a buttonhole. Step 5

    Cut the middle stitch of the stitches under your chain, the ones you want to get rid off. Unwind the stitches to the ends of the buttonhole. Fasten off yarn at either end. Weave in all your ends and you got yourself a new buttonhole!
  • Remove a buttonhole. Step 6
  • Remove a buttonhole. Step 6

    Optional- Cut chain in the middle. Unwind yarn to the ends of the hole. (you can leave it there too- if its not that noticeable)
  • Remove a buttonhole. Step 1
  • Remove a buttonhole. Step 1

    Join new yarn to stitch at opening end of hole. Take loop off of hook.
  • Remove a buttonhole. Step 7
  • Remove a buttonhole. Step 7

    Fasten off, and weave in all ends.
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  • 2 dc, ch 2 pattern - easy pattern!
  • 2 dc, ch 2 pattern - easy pattern!

  • afghan stitch front
  • afghan stitch front

  • Cool crochet pattern
  • Cool crochet pattern

  • Long Stitches
  • Long Stitches

  • Similar to zig-zag pip stitch. How-to: Ch 32 loosely. Row 1 (RS): Sc in 4th ch from hook, * ch 1, skip next ch, sc in next ch; rep from * across; turn. Row 2: * Ch 3, sc in sp; rep from * across; turn. Row 3: Ch 3, sc in sp, * ch 1, sc in sp; rep from * across; turn. Rep Rows 2 & 3 until 8 3/4" from beginning, end Row 3. Fasten off.
  • Similar to zig-zag pip stitch. How-to: Ch 32 loosely. Row 1 (RS): Sc in 4th ch from hook, * ch 1, skip next ch, sc in next ch; rep from * across; turn. Row 2: * Ch 3, sc in sp; rep from * across; turn. Row 3: Ch 3, sc in sp, * ch 1, sc in sp; rep from * across; turn. Rep Rows 2 & 3 until 8 3/4" from beginning, end Row 3. Fasten off.

  • Playblocks
  • Playblocks

  • How to crochet a "rope" joining edge, also known as Crab Stitch
  • How to crochet a "rope" joining edge, also known as Crab Stitch

  • Very nice
  • Very nice

  • crochet stitch
  • crochet stitch

  • like the black/brown vs double color ~ number of stitches devidable by 2 ~ sc around ,ch above sc do ch, above ch do sc
  • like the black/brown vs double color ~ number of stitches devidable by 2 ~ sc around ,ch above sc do ch, above ch do sc

  • Crochet How to achieve that woven look - Tutorial - love this!
  • Crochet How to achieve that woven look - Tutorial - love this!

  • Pineapple stitch---  it actually looks knit!
  • Pineapple stitch--- it actually looks knit!

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  • Number of stitches devidable by 8 4sc,4dc above sc do dc, above dc do sc. always work even number of rounds.
  • Number of stitches devidable by 8 4sc,4dc above sc do dc, above dc do sc. always work even number of rounds.

  • nice crochet diagonal granny rows!
  • nice crochet diagonal granny rows!

  • star stitch like
  • star stitch like

  • How-to Tunisian crochet! Looks like knitting but is actually a super easy crochet stitch.
  • How-to Tunisian crochet! Looks like knitting but is actually a super easy crochet stitch.

  • 12 different Tunisian stitches
  • 12 different Tunisian stitches

  • Oombawka Design: An Old Crochet Stitch, Done in a New Way
  • Oombawka Design: An Old Crochet Stitch, Done in a New Way

  • I may have to try this stitch on something...  Solomon's Knot
  • I may have to try this stitch on something... Solomon's Knot

  • FIG. 446.  SLANTING PLAITED TUNISIAN STITCH.
  • FIG. 446. SLANTING PLAITED TUNISIAN STITCH.

  • stitch
  • stitch

  • Stitch ~ incr with sc, skip next (not through loop but through row below in the stitch)
  • Stitch ~ incr with sc, skip next (not through loop but through row below in the stitch)

  • stitch
  • stitch

  • Beautiful stitch
  • Beautiful stitch

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  • Use safety eyes for moving libs, wonderfull!!
  • Use safety eyes for moving libs, wonderfull!!

  • How to Make Jointed Limbs for Amigurumi
  • How to Make Jointed Limbs for Amigurumi

  • Movable Head for your Amigurumi - Tutorial
  • Repeat Crafter Me: a unique way to attach a zipper to a yarn-craft project.  Comes with a coin purse pattern tutorial.
  • Incredibly detailed photo tutorial: Sew A Lining Into A Crocheted Bag
  • Zipper in knitwear, the no-sewing way- I didn't even know this was possible!.
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  • Joining knitted (or crochet?)  squares with crochet.
  • Joining knitted (or crochet?) squares with crochet.

  • Invisible stitch to join crochet blocks tutorial - will come in handy one day!
  • Invisible stitch to join crochet blocks tutorial - will come in handy one day!

  • hairpin lace instructions
  • hairpin lace instructions

  • joining-tshirt-yarn
  • joining-tshirt-yarn

  • Joining crochet blocks with a grid stitch.
  • Joining crochet blocks with a grid stitch.

  • invisible join
  • invisible join

  • Crochet technique
  • Crochet technique

  • Russian method for joining yarn ends.
  • Russian method for joining yarn ends.

  • Joining granny squares
  • Joining granny squares

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