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How To Crochet | Learn How to Crochet for Beginners

Updated on September 28, 2014
Learn How to Crochet and start making beautiful gifts today
Learn How to Crochet and start making beautiful gifts today | Source

Teach Yourself How to Crochet

How do you crochet? Where to start when you want to learn how to Crochet especially if you are a beginner. Undoubtedly the most popular Question I get asked is "How to learn to crochet when you are a beginner." "Is it easier to learn crochet by reading crochet books, or is it better to learn crochet by watching crochet video tutorials" and in today's world you really "can learn how to crochet online". I taught myself how to crochet and indeed learned how to crochet online. I live in the UK but can confidently convert patterns easily from the US.

By the end of reading this page and watching the crochet videos, you will feel confident enough to try your own crochet projects even if you are a complete beginner!

My crochet addiction has rubbed off on my friends, and I keep getting asked How do you crochet? or can I teach people to learn how to crochet when they are beginners. So I have made this page especially for those who want to learn how to crochet, and where to start especially if you are a beginner.

Believe me you will be crocheting in no time.

Image is Authors Own And one of the first Crochet Hats and booties set I ever crocheted.

All images on this page Belong to LisaAuch and should not be used without express written permission

Feel Free to Pin this Learn to Crochet Page and share with your fellow pinners on Pinterest

Easy to crochet Baby Hat and booties set
Easy to crochet Baby Hat and booties set

Learn How To Crochet

When I was learning to crochet I found watching videos helped me learn how to crochet. It was so easy to find out how to hold the Hook and Yarn to create the basic crochet stitches. Crochet really is a series of knots and twists repeated to create the Pattern. and it is really easy to turn those stitches into beautiful crochet items.

In no time at all I was crocheting easy Baby hats and booties sets.

As I started to understand the basics I bought some (and then some more) crochet books. Like the The Crochet Bible: The Complete Handbook for Crochet which really is the ultimate guide to learning crochet and crochet techniques and stitches. I highly recommend this bible as a must read for crochet beginners.

This how to crochet book not only helped me understand easy crochet patterns, but learn the most basic crochet stitches, needed to complete simple easy crochet projects, and I was hooked!

In no time you will be crocheting little baby hats and bootie sets like the one in the picture here.

How Do You Crochet | What Do You Need to Start Crocheting - All You Need to Crochet

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learn to crochet-how to crochet

To Crochet you need: A Hook and a ball of smooth yarn. (worsted or slightly thicker, or UK baby double knit)

There are several sizes of crochet hooks available for a beginner I would recommend a medium sized hook (F,G or H | US) (4.00, 4.50, 5.00 UK) ( for an awesome conversion chart for hook sizes, as it does vary you can print this page out easily for reference later visit HERE

Learn How to Crochet NOW! - this video will show you how to crochet the 5 basic stitiches

Possibly the best ever how to crochet video made, and I guarantee you WILL be able to crochet the 5 basic crochet stitches after watching this!

If you have a basic knowledge and your hook and Yarn then watch this video and get started crocheting.

Learn How to Crochet Book - ...visually teach yourself how to Crochet

If you know of someone who also wants to learn how to crochet, then i highly recommend buying this how to crochet guide. Makes a great gift too.

If like me you are a visual learner, this is an excellent book, not only taking you from how to hold your crochet hook, but also extras like crochet communities to join, and finding crochet resources on the Internet. This Crochet book even has good clear instructions for left handed crocheters. Explains the basics of how the crochet stitch is made up of parts of the chain stitch. And learning the most important basic crochet Stitches. Slip Stitch, Single Crochet, Double Crochet, Treble Crochet. (I will demonstrate these crochet stitches below)

Great photographs to show you How to increase, decrease in crochet, and then taking you onto more advanced crochet stitches. well worth its money.

How to Start your Crochet Projects | Learn to Crochet for Beginners Slipknot

Learn How to start your crochet project

Chain Stitch is your foundation row to what you will build your crochet on. Crocheted starting chains is also called the foundation chain, and is used to begin crochet patterns.

To start the chain you need to create a simple loop with the yarn and slip the yarn onto the hook. (See Picture) tighten the loop (but not so tight you cannot work it on the hook, loose enough to slip over the hook back and forward as you work)

Learn to Crochet how to Create a Slip knot Start chain Crochet Stitch

How do I Crochet a Chain / Make a Chain Stitch - in pictures

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Understanding Crochet Talk

Crochet Terminology explained usually crochet patterns will simply start with

Ch 20 (chain 20)

This means we are going to create 20 chain Stitches.

Holding the yarn in the throat of the crochet hook, draw the hook and yarn back through the slip knot. This brings a new loop with it ( you have now created your first chain) Repeat these movements.

Practice creating chains, just keep practicing until you start to get the tension - a good tip is to move your finger and thumb along the chains and nearer the hook as you work.

TOP TIP: Keep these chains, especially if they are starting to look really good! You can make easy crochet baby head bands using these foundation chains and attaching a crochet flowers to it! so pop them in a bag and keep for later.

What Does The Chain Stitch (Foundation Chain) Look Like

Basic crochet Stitches
Basic crochet Stitches

Learn How to Crochet Slip Stitch - How to crochet slip st (Sl st)

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Slip stitch terminology

You will see

Sl St

slip into next stitch

you will also use a slip stitch to join. = sl st to join

This is also good for making circles to start your crochet projects usually to create a small circle to work into for the start of a crochet hat or the start of a crochet flower you will be asked to

Ch 4,

sl st into 1st chain

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make a loop, chain 4 slip stitch into 1st chain you created to join in a circle. You will then work into the circle to start your crochet project.

See you are already understanding how to read crochet patterns

How Do You Crochet Slip Stitch (sl st)

The slip stitch is the shortest of the basic crochet stitches. I use it to form a firm edge, to join when working in the round (such as crochet hats) Or even as a decorative edging for an existing piece of crochet

Single Crochet

Single Crochet is the simplest and shortest of the crochet stitches. Single Crochet is a firm crochet stitch and looks the same on both sides right side (RS) or Wrong side (WS)

At this stage I also want to clarify the difference between US and UK patterns is not very much, but you do need to watch out for the terminology, and with access to millions of patterns available online, why not start learning what each term is, it saves converting patterns when you find a nice one you like you can just carry on to make it!

SC US is Double Crochet (dc) in UK

How do you Crochet Single Crochet (US) Double Crochet (UK)

Crochet for beginners How do you crochet the foundation chain, (CH) Single Crochet (SC)

This crochet tutorial video is more intensive and will take you through the basic crochet stitches to start any crochet project.

How to hold your Crochet Hook

Learn How to hold your Yarn

Learn How to make your 1st crochet loop.

Learn How to chain Stitch (CH or ch)

Learn How to Single Crochet (SC or sc)

Learn how to finish off your crochet project and you will have made a simple crochet washcloth.

The second Crochet video takes you through the Double Crochet (dc) Half Double Crochet (hdc) and Treble Crochet Stitches (trc)

Red Heart is surely the best known yarn for Quality and also for its price. I love the color selections of yarn available from

Crochet Starter Kits - A great gift idea for those who want to learn how to Crochet

A great way to get started learning how to crochet is by buying one of these easy crochet kits, with your yarn, hook, patterns and instructions included. These also make a great gift idea for those who you know want to learn how to crochet too!

Congratulations You can Now Crochet in Rows

Easy crochet headband earwarmer
Easy crochet headband earwarmer

Crocheting in rows you can make lots of crochet projects like easy crochet headbands Scarves, dishcloths baby blankets afghans and so much more

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How to Crochet

You have now learned How to crochet in ROWS

5 basic crochet Stitches

chain Stitch (Ch)

Slip Stitch (sl st)

Single Crochet (sc)

Half double crochet (hdc)

Double Crochet (dc)

I love crocheting and I want everyone to know how easy it is please let us know you stopped by we love hearing what you have to say. What would you next like to learn how to make?

If you want to see more beginner friendly Free Crochet Patterns you can find more at

Free Crochet patterns and Designs by Lisa Auch

and if you get stuck or need help remember to leave a message

© 2012 Lisa Auch

Did you learn to Crochet? Are you a Complete Beginner at Crochet - and did you find this page helpful?

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      Carol 8 months ago

      I am working on the 3-layer crochet flower. In round 4 it says "bpsc." How do I do this?

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      craftdrawer 2 years ago

      I have a bunch of leftover yarn purchased from an estate sale and was wondering what to make this gave me some helpful tips and great ideas! Wonderful tutorial!

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      Audrey Howitt 3 years ago from California

      Such a great article! I crochet a bunch and actually like it as much or more than knitting--maybe because I learned it earlier--passing this around!

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      Mary Beth Granger 3 years ago from O'Fallon, Missouri, USA

      I haven't crocheted in years but this page has just given me the incentive to give it a try again.

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      VioletteRose LM 3 years ago

      This is something I would love to learn, thank you :)

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      Marie 3 years ago

      I'm just learning. This page is incredibly useful with the videos that I can watch too. I have watched lots but there are so many that are really hard for a beginner to follow so it is great that you have picked out ones specifically for newbies. I can knit but crochet escaped me - my mom tried to show me years ago but she's a left hander while I'm right so I never got it! Now I think yes I can do this - just need to practice!

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      Tamara Kajari 3 years ago from Zagreb, Croatia, Europe

      Such a nice reminder for my very basic level. I've never learned to do boots or hats but I remember enjoying trying different patterns a lot. Maybe it's time for me to bring that joy to the next level :)

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      Mary Norton 3 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      I was lucky that my mother taught me how to crochet.

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      MariaMontgomery 3 years ago from Central Florida, USA

      I'm back again to check out your instructions. I liked it before, so I Pinned it tonight. Thanks again for the tips.

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      sha-ron 3 years ago

      Very helpful lens on learning how to crochet

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      Rock Artist 3 years ago

      I decided one day that I wanted to get over my fear of confusing looking crochet patterns and learn how to read them, so I asked my friend Mary to teach me because I knew her grandmother had taught her. Once I learned the basics, it was easy! Love to crochet, and thanks for this wonderful lens that helps beginning crocheters!

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      Johanna Eisler 3 years ago

      I am not a very advanced chrocheter (does that word look funny to you?), but I've enjoyed doing basic crochet for many, many years. This is an excellent beginning instructional page! Well done!

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      k4shmir 4 years ago

      wow . full of information on how to crochet. thanks for sharing :)

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      Lorelei Cohen 4 years ago from Canada

      This is an amazing tutorial for learning how to crochet. I both knit and crochet and self taught myself from a book. I much prefer crochet over knitting as it is such a much more versatile craft.

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      kavalonthatsme 4 years ago

      Thank you, this is something I am trying to do again!!

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      Blueyes01 4 years ago

      Awesome Lens! Thank you so much for breaking it down to easily understand.

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      sabyanky 4 years ago

      very helpful pictures and videos, now i know more about Crochet and thanks to you dear... :)

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      OneHappyFeet 4 years ago

      Very helpful for me. Thanks.

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      caketech 4 years ago

      Blessed by an angel on this Valentine's day! You have inspired me to pick up my crochet hook again. I want to make some crocheted snowflakes for my Christmas tree this year, and hopefully I can make a few extra to share with family and friends. I would also like to try to the hat and booties!

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      Lisa Auch 4 years ago from Scotland

      @norma-holt: I love to see you at one of my pages It always brightens my day! x

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      norma-holt 4 years ago

      You have a lovely lens here and great tips and advice. I crocheted a doll's outfit when I was about 8 and it was raffled by the school. It's a pleasure to read your lenses, Lisa, as they are so well crafted. Featured on Blessed by Skiesgreen 2013. Hugs

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      gadgetbuff 4 years ago

      Great lens! I love to crochet and some of my friends always tell me they want to learn how. I love to show them. For you, "lefties", have some one teach you using a mirror. Then you see it as left handed.

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      MyBlue1 4 years ago

      I'm a lefty too. Please put the lefty photos in! Thanks for your help

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      Lisa Auch 4 years ago from Scotland

      @jntnevins lm: Do you want to know something I am also left handed!!! (I flipped the photos hhhmmmm maybe I should just put the left handed ones back in!)....... just practice those chains single crochets and double crochets! just keep going no matter what they look like! I made a blanket just practicing by the end it was gorgeous!

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      Gloria Freeman 4 years ago from Alabama USA

      I am a complete beginner at crochet, very helpful page. Thanks for sharing. Blessed by Squid Angel flinnie.

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      jntnevins lm 4 years ago

      I have always wanted to learn how to crochet. I am left handed and I have had a few people

      try to teach me without any success. I am going to be crocheting alot now. Thanks

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      irminia 4 years ago

      I used to crochet - I've been making crochet cups with lid. Put them in sugar-water syrup, then let them dry on a mold (a glass or something). It gets very firm - a nice trick.

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      kingston123 lm 4 years ago

      Nice tips and tricks , thanks

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      diy_fun 4 years ago

      Loved that headband ! Need to crochet one for myself!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      I am always on the lookout for new projects. Thanks you.

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      nanafisher 4 years ago

      I like your lens, now I have a place to teach my grand daughter to crochet. I don't think I would be good a teaching her but she will love this instruction..thanks

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      mrknowitall54321 4 years ago

      I'd love to learn how to Crochet, maybe 2013 is the year!

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      marsha32 4 years ago

      I learned to crochet in 8th grade home-ec class---been crocheting every since! Of all my crafts, it really is my favorite.

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      Valentina Cabral 4 years ago from U.S.A.

      Congrat's on LOTD, this brought back memories of my grandmother she loved to knit and crochet. :)

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      dawnsnewbeginning 4 years ago

      Nice lens. I crochet and am teaching my grand girls how. This lens will be great!

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      kimbesa 4 years ago from USA

      Enjoyed this lens and I'll come back when I'm ready to re-learn crochet! Thanks, and congratulations on LOTD!

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      lewisgirl 4 years ago

      I love to crochet. I don't do it as much as I would like. Congrats on your LOTD!

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      poldepc lm 4 years ago

      congrats on your LOTD

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      Marika 4 years ago from Cyprus

      Congrats Lisa on your LOTD - a great lens! Blessed.

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      tiptopcats 4 years ago

      My aunt taught me to crochet. I was so suprised at how easy and quick it was to pick up. Great lens. Brought back some lovely memories.

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      Lisa Auch 4 years ago from Scotland

      @fredginni: Crocheting is VERY therapeutic! and so relaxing go I know you can do it!

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      Christine Hulme 4 years ago from SE Kent, England

      Thank you Lisa for inspiring me to do something I've been thinking about doing for years! Congrats on LOTD and purple star! Now lets see if I can find that crochet hook!

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      darciefrench lm 4 years ago

      Congrats Lisa! Lovely to see you with LOTD. I know where to come to learn to crochet.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Very nice lens. Congratulations on getting LotD!

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      Statocyst 4 years ago

      I just got into crochet. Picked up a good amount of yarn during the Black Friday sales (with some suggestions from the girlfriend). So far, we're having a blast digging into it.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      The neighbor lady started to teach me when I was 5... must have been the world's longest chain... well for a 5 year old anyway. I really learned much later, and love the craft, second only to counted cross stitch. I'm not surprised you made LotD, this is a great lens. Congratulations.

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      happynutritionist 4 years ago

      Congrats on the LOTD :-)) You know I love this one, love crocheting!

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      Kay 4 years ago

      I would love to learn and attempted it once. I just could not get the hang of it. Might attempt again!

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      texan203 lm 4 years ago

      Congrats on LOTD. Great lens

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      MichaelDubrovnik 4 years ago

      Lovely lens!!

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      ohcaroline 4 years ago

      Congratulations on your LOTD lens. This is a wonderful tutorial.

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      SuzyShopping 4 years ago

      I used to crochet years ago so this page has re-awakened my interest and given me a refresher course, thanks!

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      fredginni 4 years ago

      My mother taught me how to knit and crochet when I was a teenager, but I haven't done it in so many years that I have forgotten how. I had to retire on disability and would love to learn to crochet again so I could do it in the evenings while watching TV with my husband.

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      Lisa Auch 4 years ago from Scotland

      @anonymous: thanks for recognising how much it means to me, and why crochet is so close to my heart:)

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Great instructions, resources and tips! Thanks, Lisa! Congrats on LOTD!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      I love looking at your crochet lenses and now how wonderful that you have received both a purple star and LotD for your efforts that were born out of a time that was so hard...and what a niche you have created out of love!

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      aliciamaggie54 4 years ago

      I never tried to crochet before. Thank you for the information.

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      carocwn 4 years ago

      I'm going to start learning how again. The attraction was making neat stuff with just one hook and some wool and quick. Congratulations on LOTD.

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      LynetteBell 4 years ago from Christchurch, New Zealand

      Well done on LOTD!

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      bookdrawer 4 years ago

      This is very well written and informative for beginning crocheters. Well done!

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      webmavern 4 years ago

      Congratulations on LOTD! I would love to learn to crochet but never seem to find the time. This year I really must make the time to learn and at least try to make something simple. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and tips, I'll be back!

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      MVSquid 4 years ago

      Thank you for the instructions. I have always wanted to learn how to crochet.

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      soaringsis 4 years ago

      Refreshing my memory. I love to crochet and your lens is so helpful. Congratulations on your LOTD.

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      AlleyCatLane 4 years ago

      Congratulations on your LOTD and purple star. Excellent tutorial. My mother crocheted a lot and taught me how when I was a teenager. I haven't crocheted anything in decades though. It was much easier to learn than knitting...never could get that hang of that.

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      Ruthi 4 years ago

      This is a great beginner crochet tutorial, Lisa. I plan to get back to crochet this year as I miss the warmth of hook and yarn in my hand and on my lap.

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      nicey 4 years ago

      Thanks for the training.I have all the tools to start-I just need to create time

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      Lisa Auch 4 years ago from Scotland

      @MomwithAHook LM: thanks Sara! and thanks for your awesome tutorials too! :)

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      Titia Geertman 4 years ago from Waterlandkerkje - The Netherlands

      I studied Textile Art&Textile History long time ago and crocheting was one of the embroidery skills we had to learn.

      Congrats on a well deserved LotD.

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      seedplanter 4 years ago

      Lisa, you've inspired me! I tried crocheting when I was in my 20s but my round "doily" turned into the shape of an iced tea glass! :) (Are you laughing?) This lens looks like something I could seriously use to try my hand at making a scarf or something for a grandchild. I'm 62 now. It's probably time to try again! Thanks so much, and congratulations on a well-deserved LOTD!

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      Debbie 4 years ago from England

      My nan taught me how to crochet when I was a child and I remember crocheting some very brightly coloured ponchos in the early 70's. I have all her needles somewhere. Congratulations on a well deserved LOTD!! ~~Blessed~~

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      patinkc 4 years ago from Midwest

      Congrats! Great lens. After years of not doing any crochet, I started a hat recently. I forgot how relaxing it is. I also have forgotten a lot howto's, so your lenses are very helpful.

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      Fay Favored 4 years ago from USA

      Congratulations on LotD. This is something I've always wanted to do, but never could. Thanks for the tips and videos. Maybe I'll try it again.

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      myspace9 4 years ago

      Congrats on Lens of the Day. I used to crochet, when my kids were little, but now I don't do anymore. Thanks for this nice lens.

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      KimGiancaterino 4 years ago

      Congratulations on LOTD!

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      Vikki 4 years ago from US

      Yay, Lisa! Congrats on LOTD :) Well-deserved!

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      Sara Duggan 4 years ago from California

      Loving that this article got LOTD. Congrats Lisa and here's to more people learning my favorite craft. :)

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      Deadicated LM 4 years ago

      Great Lens, nicely illustrated; congratulations on LOTD.

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      fifta 4 years ago

      Congrats on LotD. I love crochetting, though only the basic ones. My mom loves to make her own tablecloth by crocheting too.

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      Lisa Auch 4 years ago from Scotland

      @ThreeQuarters2Day: I know you can do this!!!

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      rosha-edy 4 years ago

      Very good lens , I just squidlike it. Keep good work.

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      ViJuvenate 4 years ago

      I have not learned how to crochet yet. I took on knitting a few years ago and amazed myself. Crocheting looks harder. Maybe because it's more delicate looking? I love this, though and I'd really like to try it. What a wonderful job you did - congratulations on the winning Lens of the Day. It is well deserved. :o)

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      pkmcr 4 years ago from Cheshire UK

      Many congratulations on a very well deserved Purple Star and LOTD!

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      Dawn Romine 4 years ago from Nebraska

      Great lens, and congrats on your LOTD, hopefull I'll earn one at some point. I've tried to crochet many time over the past 30+ years and my problem is I can't keep the same tension, so my scarves get tighter and tighter. That and I drop stitches and split yarn. I'd love to try again though and just might.

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      Renaissance Woman 4 years ago from Colorado

      Congrats on LotD! Wonderful resources here. I know how to knit, but would enjoy learning to crochet. My grandmother was always crocheting wonderful afghans and more. Thanks for the excellent instructions. Appreciated!

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      Lisa Auch 4 years ago from Scotland

      @Hurlserv: My goodness, 6 bedspreads!

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      Hurlserv 4 years ago

      Lisa, congratulations on a well deserved LOTD! Additionally, thanks for bringing back warm memories of my late mom and grandmother. They were both crocheters. As a child I often watched them, seemingly effortlessly, converting long pieces of string into coasters, doilies and other useful objects. Mom, in her later years, crocheted bedspreads for each of her six grandchildren.

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      Kaellyn 4 years ago

      Great lens! I haven't crocheted in a while. I need to start again.

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      youndyd lm 4 years ago

      What an amazing, practical and helpful lens. I really enjoyed reading it.

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      bikerministry 4 years ago

      Congratulations on LOTD. That's awesome and well-deserved. I learned to crochet very young, but didn't really take up the art until last year! Had a request for a baby Christening gown for my new granddaughter, and tried knitting, but that went no where, found a great YouTube video of one, step-by-step. It was so easy to take up again, I couldn't believe what all I remembered after 40 years! Used to make doilies with cotton thread, now baby clothes are so awesome in crochet. Thanks for all the hard work. Off to see your other crochet lenses. Blessings.

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      dimitry168 4 years ago

      Very interesting thank you! Great way to lose time at home when there's nothing to do.

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      atala1 4 years ago

      This is excellent! I used to be able to do a very basic stitch years ago but haven't done anything ever since. I'm definitely going to try my hand again using the guidance you've given in your lens.

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      Frischy 4 years ago from Kentucky, USA

      Congratulations on making LOTD! It is certainly well-deserved. This is a wonderful lens for anyone who wants to learn how to crochet.

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      WebWriteGirl LM 4 years ago

      Congrats on lens of the day! I taught myself how to crochet some time ago but it's only super beginner's style lol so your lens is great for learning how to do stitches.

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      Lisa Marie Gabriel 4 years ago from United Kingdom

      Congratulations on such a well deserved LOTD! :)

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      Lisa Marie Gabriel 4 years ago from United Kingdom

      Congratulations on such a well deserved LOTD! :)

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      Angela F 4 years ago from Seattle, WA

      I can only do a basic stitch but this might inspire me! *blessed

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      MrsMaya 4 years ago

      love learning new things, great lens!

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      C A Chancellor 4 years ago from US/TN

      YAY for you -- so happy to see you get LOTD! This is a great lens. I've been thinking about trying crochet so I'll bookmark this lens for future reference. :-)

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      Eileen 4 years ago from Western Cape , South Africa

      I haven't done this craft for a long time - you've inspired me . Like the headband .

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      acreativethinker 4 years ago

      Hi LisaAuch,

      Crochet is such a quick and easy craft to learn and very rewarding. I taught myself to crochet as a young girl.

      This is a great lens for beginners. Thanks for sharing and congratulations on lens of the day. Take Care :)