Learn to Crochet for Beginners Part 3 ~Elegant Washcloth Border

Welcome! This is the 3rd video in a Beginners Series for those who want to learn (or relearn) crochet. I hope that through this video you’ll feel like a friend who is sitting right next to me!

In this video you’ll learn how to add the Elegant Border to your washcloth or just about any project you’d like. I’ll be teaching you the single crochet (sc) and double crochet (dc) stitches and how to turn a corner. This comes in handy when you want to turn just about any corner in crochet.

In case you missed the washcloth beginning, you can find Part 1 here

Go get your supplies (listed below) and we’ll get started.

Supplies needed:
**Yarn size and type: Worsted Weight, 4-ply. 100% Cotton.
**Hook size: H/5.0 mm
**Scissors
**Darning needle
**Stitch Markers : Scrap yarn, Bobby pins, or Plastic Crochet markers

If you make this Elegant Washcloth I’d love to see it! Come on over to my Facebook Page and show me!

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Twitter: https://twitter.com/CrochetShay

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I am only human after all, so if you find a mistake in the pattern please let me know so I can amend it. My email is crochetshay at gmail dot com.

This is an original Shannon Hendon pattern: Owner / Designer of Crochet Shay. This pattern is copyright protected and may not be redistributed for free, sale or trade. Finished products may be sold as long as a link back to my website and/or etsy shop for this design is provided.

Learn to Crochet for Beginners Part 2 ~ an Elegant Washcloth

In part 2 of this Beginner’s Series I’ll teach you the half double crochet (hdc) stitch and how to use 3 types of stitch markers (stM). I go slowly and demonstrate each step several times. This gets you used to hearing how the stitch is done. The text on the screen also gets you used to crochet abbreviations which will be handy if you want to learn to read patters in the future.

In case you missed it, you can find Part 1 here

Go get your supplies (listed below) and we’ll get started!

Supplies needed:
**Yarn size and type: Worsted Weight, 4-ply. 100% Cotton.
**Hook size: H/5.0 mm
**Scissors
**Darning needle
**Stitch Markers : Scrap yarn, Bobby pins, or Plastic Crochet markers

If you make this Elegant Washcloth I’d love to see it! Come on over to my Facebook Page and show me!

Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/crochetshayshookers/

Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/CrochetShayshay/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/CrochetShay

IG: @CrochetShay


 

I am only human after all, so if you find a mistake in the pattern please let me know so I can amend it. My email is crochetshay at gmail dot com.

This is an original Shannon Hendon pattern: Owner / Designer of Crochet Shay. This pattern is copyright protected and may not be redistributed for free, sale or trade. Finished products may be sold as long as a link back to my website and/or etsy shop for this design is provided.

How Crochet Helped Me Heal ~ These Crochet Hearts Will Give You a Sense of Accomplishment

Hi I’m Shannon, my friends call me ShayShay, and I’m just a bit crochet crazy. I want to share with you the story of how little crochet hearts helped me heal. Browsing the internet I’ve found it’s full of magnificent, creative crocheters and I really struggled with the decision to go forward with a blog. But, as one of my bff’s always says, “What else ya got ta do?” Haha!  I’ve come to realize that each of us is entirely unique and has something special within us that comes out in our particular forms of art and that is worthy of sharing.

I just have to do my own thing and not get discouraged. I’m not competing with anybody except myself.

In Feb 2015, in an effort to physically push myself out of a particularly difficult depression I went for a walk, stepped wrong on uneven pavement, and snapped my ankle…On the FIRST day! I know, I know! Continue reading How Crochet Helped Me Heal ~ These Crochet Hearts Will Give You a Sense of Accomplishment