So you've just crocheted your first chain! Hooray! But now you may be looking at your chain and finding it hard to recognise what you've just created...
I love all things kawaii, and couldn't pass up the opportunity to subscribe to the Yume Twins monthly box! Check out what was inside...
Besides knowing how to create a slip knot (or even a magic circle) - crocheting a chain is *always* the first step to getting your crochet project up and running!
I'm a creative soul. I just can't walk past a challenging crochet pattern and a beautiful cross stitch!
While technically you can use almost any type of yarn to make almost anything, did you know that different thickness (i.e. weight) yarn are actually better used for some projects than others?
*hold the phone* I just realised that you might want to know a bit about yarn before you get stuck into your first / next crochet project! Let's talk about yarn fiber.
This is exactly how I pulled together pieces of three different patterns to make the Very Hungry Caterpillar hooded baby blanket for my friends' new baby.
One of my closest friends was having her first baby... I just *had* to make her something 'Very Hungry Caterpillar' themed!
This scarf is light and elegant, easy to wear all year round. And remember: it's Mother's Day this weekend here in Aust!
There's no right or wrong way to hold your hook and yarn... But here are some examples you might want to try.