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Tuesday, 21 August 2018

Cheerful Double Strand Coaster


I love working with Double Strand for Crochet Projects. They just work up quickly and add bulk and texture to any project.

Double strand crochet is the same as regular crochet, it is just that you will be using two strands of yarn at a time instead of one. 

Play around with the color combination and you can make pretty coasters for any occasion!!!

You just need to take care of one thing, that is be sure you have equal tension on both strands and are pulling both strands through each loop. 

Here am sharing the next pattern of my Crochet Coaster Series.

Monday, 13 August 2018

Spring Square Coaster




Here is a simple and quick pattern for a Spring Square Coaster.This is the Second coaster in my coaster series.

I was planning on making a simple square coaster. Then I thought , why not make it in spring colors!!!!! 

Just use spring colors and you would end with nice pretty Spring Coasters.This coasters are perfect for a variety of any season. 

This same pattern can be used in different colors to make coasters for any occasion. Use Red and Green to make a Christmas themed coaster or use Brown and Yellow to make a Pumpkin themed coaster or use them to make fruit themed coaster.....the list is just endless!!!!


Friday, 10 August 2018

Single Crochet Square Coaster


Crochet Coasters are one of my all time favorite project to whip up.Crochet coasters are among the easiest patterns to make.

They are quick and easy to make and they are also just easy enough for a beginner. Small and easy to complete.

They also make great gifts for friends, family and colleagues be it any occasion.

Wednesday, 8 August 2018

How To Double Crochet Straight Edges



Having a Straight edge is always very pleasing.Now the big Question....... how to keep straight edges while working rows and rows of double crochet stitches.

One of the most important things with crochet is to count your stitches at the end of every row. Whether you are a beginner or an expert, believe me counting your stitches is always advisable. Nothing is more frustrating than having to rip out hours and hours of work, just because it doesn't have a straight edge.