Category Archives: Tutorial

Blue Boy Transformed

Long-time blog readers will have read about the demise of my favorite sock, Blue Boy, who with his boon companion Wildfoote, shuffled off this mortal coil in February. If you’re unfamiliar with that story, spend the 15 seconds required to read about … Continue reading

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Tunisian Crochet Sewn Seam

Way back when, I finished up my first Wedgie Blanket sample by joining the first and last wedges together with crochet slip stitch. There was absolutely nothing wrong with that choice: The slip-stitch join is a classic seaming method, and is easy to do … Continue reading

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Jump on the Bandwagon, Part 3: Making and Attaching Mitered Squares to Subsequent Rows

Have you enjoyed my free Bandwagon Blanket recipe? Take a look at my other Tunisian crochet designs. Purchasing my work helps keep me designing, teaching, and blogging. Row 3  of the Bandwagon Blanket is easy as pie. Way easier than my recipe instructions might … Continue reading

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Jump on the Bandwagon, Part 2: Making and Attaching Mitered Squares to Base Row

Are you enjoying my free Bandwagon Blanket recipe? Take a look at my other Tunisian crochet designs. Supporting my work helps keep me designing, teaching, and blogging. In the previous post, I explained how to make the base row of squares … Continue reading

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Jump on the Bandwagon, Part 1: Base Row Mitered Squares

This post contains a Craftsy affiliate link, which means that if you make a class purchase through it, I’ll receive a commission that’ll keep me blogging and crafting. A few years ago, inspired by Shelley Kang’s awesome Sock Yarn Blanket, … Continue reading

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