Dayna Perry

How to Make a Custom Sized Crochet Pot Holder

How to Customize the Size of Your Crochet Pot Holder

Hi guys! I am hosting a Pot Holders Galore Crochet-along, which features 6 different pot holder designs. These pot holders range in size from 6″ – 7.5″ in length and width. If you would like to make a different sized pot holder than the one included in the pattern, this post is for you. General …

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Fairy Dust Crochet Pot Holder Free Pattern

Week 1 Pot Holders Galore Crochet-along: Fairy Dust Pot Holder

Hi guys! Welcome to Week 1 of the Pot Holders Galore Crochet-along. We are kicking things off with the Fairy Dust Pot Holder! This crochet pot holder uses the half double crochet stitch to create tons of texture. The trickiest part is Round 1, but after that, it’s an easy repeat. You can find the …

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Crochet-a-long for Pot Holders

Pot Holders Galore Crochet-a-Long (CAL): Main Page

Hi guys! The weather is getting warmer, so I’ve put my blankets on hold, and picked up some cotton yarn. A few weeks ago, I learned how to make a double thick diagonal style pot holder, and I am hooked. I came up with 6 designs, so I thought it would be fun to host …

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Elizabeth Bennet Crochet Bookmark Free Pattern

How to Crochet the Elizabeth Bennet Bookmark – Video Tutorial

Hi guys! I’ve been reading a lot more lately, so bookmarks have been on mind. They are quick and easy projects that use just a few yards of yarn, making them great for stash busting. I love trying out new stitches to see which ones make the best bookmarks. This time, I used the spider …

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Simply Daisy Crochet Bookmark - Free Crochet Pattern

How to Crochet the Simply Daisy Bookmark – Video Tutorial

Hi guys! In this post, you’ll learn how to crochet a quick and easy textured bookmark using the star stitch. These bookmarks use 20 yards of cotton yarn, so they are a great way to use up scrap yarn. This is the perfect project for beginner crocheters, book lovers, or crocheters looking for a project …

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Straight Edges with Single Crochets

How to Crochet Straight Edges with Single Crochets

Hi guys! If you long for straight edges when you crochet, you’ve come to the right place. Today, you’ll learn an easy way to create straight edges when crocheting with the single crochet stitch. Let’s dive in! I rarely use the single crochet stitch, let alone make an entire blanket with it. But when I …

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Maintain Stitch Count without Counting: Crochet Hack

Crochet Hack: How to Keep Track of Stitches and Rows

Hi guys! In this post, you’ll learn an easy crochet hack to keep track of your stitch and row counts, without having to count. One of the most common issues that I hear from crocheters is accidentally losing or gaining extra stitches in their work. Keeping a consistent stitch count is hard, and it’s easy …

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National Crochet Month Challenge 2022

Participating in the National Crochet Month Challenge 2022

Hi guys! March is National Crochet Month. Each year, crocheters can participate in a monthly challenge, sharing one picture and a short caption that relates to the topic for the day. These challenges usually take place on Instagram, but I thought it would be fun to host this challenge in the TPC – Crochet Community …

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