Two Faced Scrubby free crochet pattern from
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Two-Faced Scrubbie

I love doing CALS with my friends at CAL Central! This is my entry in the 2020 Scrubbie CAL, the Two-Faced Scrubbie. Materials: Approximately 2 oz/90 yds worsted weight yarn (CYCA 4, Medium) in two colors. Model shown in Re-Up from Lion Brand Yarns, 1 skein each Raspberry (MC) and Cotton Candy (CC). Crochet hook… Continue reading Two-Faced Scrubbie

How to join crocheted mitered squares as you go from Hooked for Life

How to Join Crochet Mitered Squares

This post has a friend! If you already know how to make crocheted mitered squares in single crochet, welcome! If you don’t, head on over to Moogly Blog to see two variations on how I do them! In this post, we are going to take a look at joining these little beauties as you go… Continue reading How to Join Crochet Mitered Squares


How to Crochet a Center-Out Mobius Scarf – New Video

One of the most popular paid patterns I have ever designed is the Arches Cowl. It's a very versatile piece to wear and super simpler to stitch, but a lot of folks get fooled by the first row/round where one turns a row of single crochet into a mobius. So I made a video about… Continue reading How to Crochet a Center-Out Mobius Scarf – New Video


Two Single Crochet Decreases

When stitching along in single crochet, I have always used an sc2tog (single crochet 2 together) decrease when a decrease is needed. But recently I have been reading about a different one, frequently used in amigurumi, that makes a less visible, smoother decrease. So I decided to compare them and see which one I would… Continue reading Two Single Crochet Decreases