Knit-Crochet

How to Knit the Baby Pom Scarf

The Baby Pom Scarf knits up quickly in a beginner-friendly two-row pattern that’s a cinch to memorise. This flexible pattern works for toddlers, preschoolers, tweens, teens and even young-at-heart adults! The pattern is designed for bulky weight yarn for a quick, weekend knit. Credit Video : Sheep & Stitch Sheep & Stitch Read More »

How To Crochet A Doily

In this video I will show you how I crochet this beautiful doily. I am using a 2.5MM crochet hook and 100% Mercerized Cotton size 3 yarn. I’m sure you could use a regular cotton yarn and a larger crochet hook to come up with something much bigger. As you see at the end of the video my white doily ... Read More »

Learn to Crochet a Basket for Earth Day

Learn to crochet different size basket to celebrate Earth Day 2016. Theses baskets can be made in different sizes to meet your needs. They can be used to store yarn, clothing, toys, etc. I hope you enjoy this video tutorial. Please be sure to Subscribe and hit the Like button. Follow me on all my other social media sites. Happy ... Read More »

Hemp basket

This crochet accessory for the home is made with hemp yarn which has a different and interesting texture. It’s also perfect to decorate. This type of yarn is made by Ice Yarns and you can give a look at their lovely color collection here http://www.iceyarns.com/hemp#db97. It’s made of one seamless piece with single crochet (UK double crochet). Turn on the ... Read More »

Left-Handed Version Quick and Easy Headband (FREE PATTERN at the end of video)

This is the Left-handed Version of the Popular crocheted Headbands. Right-hand version is also available under the popular video section of my channel or under Craft Show favorites section of my channel. This is a quick and easy pattern. A wonderful headband for these Hot Summer Days. Have fun crocheting. Credit : Creative Grandma Creative Grandma Read More »

No Border Dishcloth (Crochet for Beginners) FREE PATTERN end of video

No Border Dishcloth is a pattern I made for a viewer who requested a simple dishcloth pattern for a beginner crocheter. This little dishcloth is perfect to learn the single and double crochet stitches. No Border required. This dishcloth can also be made larger by adding 2 chains for each increase, for each increase wide, add 2 rows per increase ... Read More »

Crochet Easter Rabbit Child Sweater Part 1 of 2 DIY Video Tutorial

This video tutorial will show you how to make this adorable crochet Rabbit Child Sweater. I show how to size your sweater. The graph and sizing chart that I used are shown in the video tutorial, and I also have them available for free download in my Helenmay Crochet You Tube Channel Facebook Group Files. It is free to join ... Read More »

Stitch of the Week #220 Double Trouble Stitch (Free Pattern at the end of video)

Hello Everyone, It’s Stitch of the week time. This week’s stitch is called Double Trouble Stitch made using single crochet and double crochet. Very simple pattern great for potholders, dishcloths, afghans, pillows, etc. Have fun crocheting. Credit : Creative Grandma Read More »

Special Request Stitch of the Week Brick By Brick Stitch 218 By Creative Grandma

Stitch of the Week Brick by Brick. I was asked to do a video on this stitch as a special request. Great stitch pattern for beginners. Single crochet stitches forms the bricks and treble crochet seperates the bricks. (Free Pattern at the end of video) Let me know what stitch patterns you may be interested in seeing. Have fun crocheting. ... Read More »

Christmas in July – Crocheted Christmas Dishcloth – Gift ideas

Hello Everyone, It’s time to get started on those Christmas Gifts early. In my video I give a few gift ideas you can do with a simple crocheted dishcloth. If you have ideas of what can be done with a dishcloth to make a gift, please share your ideas in the comment box. FREE PATTERN is at the end of ... Read More »

How to Knit – Knit Stitch

You’ve learned how to put stitches on the needle with the cast on. Now in Act 2, it’s time to knit them up. We’ll do that with the most fundamental stitch (and namesake of this craft), the knit stitch! Master the knit stitch and you can officially call yourself a capital-K Knitter! Credit Video : Sheep & Stitch Read More »