Video: Jogless Stripes while Crocheting in the Round


I've received a few requests for clarification regarding the jogless stripes tutorial that I made a while back, so, here are a couple of videos demonstrating the technique.


If you would like to check out the original tutorial, it's available here:

http://needlenoodles.com/home/node/139


When working in spirals:


When working in joined rounds:


Not familiar with what "jogless stripes" are? If you've every tried to make stripes while single crocheting in the round, you might have noticed a "stairstep" pattern which shows up where you switch colors. These techniques seek to remove, or at least minimize the effect.

Video: How to Crochet the Loop Stitch



Here I walk through the steps used to crochet the loop stitch used in my pufferfish pattern.


You can also see the tutorial that I put together
here

Video: Trojan Helmet from Creepy Cute Crochet




Here's a quick demonstration of how I make the Trojan's helmet from my book, Creepy Cute Crochet


I've split the video into two parts, since it ran a little long. Both are included above.

Finishing Amigurumi: Stitching Pieces Together



Stitching crocheted pieces together is often one of the trickiest parts of making amigurumi. Here's how I do it.


If you've used mattress stitch or ladder stitch before, this should look pretty familiar. Otherwise, these resources might be helpful:


http://www.knitty.com/ISSUEspring04/mattress.html


http://turningturning.com/tutorial-invisible-ladder-stitch-for-quilt-binding/

Making the Nosferatu's collar in Creepy Cute Crochet



I've together a video of how I make the Nosferatu's collar from my book, Creepy Cute Crochet.


The "sl st in the front two loops" bit is what most folks find tricky, so, I also have a drawn- out diagram available here:
http://needlenoodles.com/pics/tutorial/front_loops.png

(the diagram shows working in the front two loops of a tr instead of a dc, but it works essentially the same way)


If you need a quick refresher on basic crochet stitches, I like

http://learntocrochet.lionbrand.com/


Of course, a good old YouTube search will usually prove useful as well :)


Happy crafting!

Attaching the Base to the Cyber Zombie in Creepy Cute Crochet



Here's a demonstration of how to attach the base to the body of the Cyber Zombie in Creepy Cute Crochet.


You can use the same technique for the Nosferatu and Medusa patterns as well.


Happy crafting!

Making the Basic Head from Creepy Cute Crochet


Still having trouble getting the Basic Head to come out just right? Well, I've posted a video showing it being made from start to finish.


Check it out here:


Part 1:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dujAxCSn6Rg&feature=youtube_gdata_player


Part 2:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=szDGy1bY7mw&feature=youtube_gdata_player

Pattern: Cow Tipping!

It's Saturday night and you're bored. We've all been there: your friends have tried to float idea after idea, but nothing really seems to appeal. Then, in desperation, someone says, "let's go cow tipping!" and you have a brief chuckle.

...but really, who has cows near where you live anyway? ...and does that even work? ...plus, you're pretty sure that you read somewhere that cow tipping is a good way to injure yourself and the animal. Not cool.

Luckily, I've provided you with directions to make your own cow tipping toy. Convenient and cruelty-free!



Click here to go to the pattern

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