Your choice of crochet edge can make or break your design. Leaving an edge unfinished is not the end of the world, but if you really want your project to soar, choosing an appropriate finishing stitch can really take it over the edge! - Crafting In Line
There is just a 1 row repeat so it is easy to memorize and it creates its own lovely scalloped border. Learn to Crochet the Tulip Stitch! This quick working zig-zag patterned stitch is perfect for your next crochet project.
The Cabbage Patch Stitch: A Crochet Tutorial and Spring Yarn Giveaway
Free Pattern - Crochet Chevron Blanket
The Wonders Crochet Chevron Blanket is fun to crochet and looks so much more complicated than it really is! (My favorite!) It consists of 7 different colors color blocked in an unique chevron pattern worked in the back loops only. Crocheting into the back loops of a stitch creates an awesome ridged look and gives projects …