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3 09, 2020

Juju Scarf – My Latest try

By |2020-10-28T12:40:38+00:00September 3, 2020|Crochet, Last Blog Post|1 Comment

Ola! I am so much in love with this Juju scarf I crafted recently. I love crocheting but whenever I have started a big project it never got done so I generally don't start projects like these. They will just sit there in wip and remain there forever and that [...]

3 09, 2020

Crochet Bookmark or Lace

By |2021-01-15T06:08:28+00:00September 3, 2020|Crochet, Last Blog Post|0 Comments

Hello beautiful people... Crochet Bookmark it is !!! Yes, you read it correctly, in this post, you will learn how to make a crochet bookmark or lace. Finally, I made some time to film the making of this beautiful Crochet Fan Lace. I am in love with this Lace because [...]

31 08, 2020

Crochet Earrings- For Beginners

By |2020-10-31T15:27:17+00:00August 31, 2020|Crochet, Last Blog Post|0 Comments

How to Crochet Earrings? Hello people !!! Are you guys as excited as I am? Today you will learn how to Crochet Earrings. I hope you find this post interesting. I love to crochet the most, amongst everything creative I do. Though I am personally not fond of jewelry I [...]

17 08, 2020

List of Standard Crochet Hook Sizes

By |2020-09-30T05:56:28+00:00August 17, 2020|Crochet, Last Blog Post|0 Comments

The Craft Yarn Council of America (CYCA), an industry trade association, has collated a table of crochet hook sizes from de facto industrial standards and elicited the cooperation of its member organizations in adopting them to regularize sizing in the United States. The listed gauge systems are also widely used internationally. Their [...]

15 08, 2020

Understanding Crochet Thread

By |2020-09-30T05:58:57+00:00August 15, 2020|Crochet, Last Blog Post|0 Comments

Make Sure You Understand Thread Sizes Before you buy crochet thread, it's important to understand all about it. The biggest thing to know is how to choose the right thread size. Bigger is smaller. With yarn, the bigger the number, the thicker the yarn; the opposite is true with thread. [...]

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