Free Crochet Tutorials

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    • Heather says:

      Hi Shona, you need to hover over the link on the main page and then click on the links that drop down. It’s a bit clunky I’m afraid but I haven’t had time to make it better x

  1. charlotte says:

    Hiya, just a little question!
    Ive been reading your blog for a few months and have printed out your elmer squares tutorial, mine just dont seem to be working. Ive started again a few times, its the corners dont lool square. Im doin two TR in corner space, chain three then Tr into top of stitches, but should i be doing 2 TR chain 3 then 2 TR in corner space again?
    Sorry thats a long little question but i’m sure it will be an easy answer!

    Many thanks

  2. Anne Marie says:

    Thank you so much for this. It`s very clear and helpful. I was trying to make trebles from a book last night and nearly threw everything across the room. Having seen your explanations this morning I have now made two trebles (yay!) and the book now makes sense too. I love your website and will continue to visit.

  3. charlotte says:

    oh thanks. i had to put it away and do the usual granny squared while i waited forva reply! will try again tomorow x

  4. David says:

    Hello Heather. Thank you so much for your granny square tutorials. After several months of making one big square with an extreme hook and several strands of yarn, I decided to learn different styles at a far smaller gauge to make my friend a blanket. I have so far completed the bullseye and honey rose squares, and want to try them all. They are very interesting and clearly written.

  5. Jonica Francis says:

    Thank you so much for making everything look so do-able! I was a bit nervous to learn granny squares as I’m a beginner, but you’ve really helped me a lot!

  6. Patty says:

    I am using DK wool – what size crochet hook should I use. I want to try and crochet your Granny Alice bkanket.

  7. Patty says:

    Apologies, didn’t read the whole thing about you using DK cotton and 4mm crochet hook. Just did a sample and found the spaces (holes) are rather big.

    • Heather says:

      Hi Patty,
      Nowadays I always use a 4mm hook for dk weight yarn and I very rarely work in cotton because it’s quite tough with very little give. I mainly use stylecraft special dk which is a nice acrylic and that works well on a 4mm hook. x

  8. Christine says:

    Hi Heather,
    Just wondering where the pattern is for the baby ripple blanket, I love your website :)
    Vancouver, Canada

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