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I hope this brings you creative joy and inspiration.
Crochet Practice Squares Blanket - perfect crochet practice
When I first started crocheting I really wanted to learn a large number of different stitches quickly. I came across “Harmony Guide: Basic Crochet Stitches 250 to Crochet by Erika Knight which, as with most books, I got from the library (FREEBIE). This book is reasonably easy to follow. However, for some, I have needed to look up online tutorials but this has only improved my learning. I decided to crochet squares approximately 15cm by 15cm each, following every stitch from the book. This is an ongoing project that I will continue with until I have completed every stitch in the book. Although, I am a bit behind on it at the moment but I will update as I progress.
I use any yarn in white, aqua and sometimes yellow that I have in my yarn stash. I have used Robin DK (shade - Aqua, yellow and White), Knitting Essentials Poundland (Shade - Aqua and White), and James C Brett Value DK (shade - white).
(Hover over any picture and it will tell you the name of the stitch I used)
I hope this brings you creative joy and inspires you to start your own yarn-tastic journey.
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