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Note Folding
 
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How To Make A Flower On A Loom
 
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In this video, I show how to make a daisy-like flower on a 12 peg flower loom. These make great accessories to go on hats and headbands. You could even add a hair clip or a bobby pin and wear one in your hair. Find me elsewhere: http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com http://www.facebook.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.instagram.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.ravelry.com/people/craftingclaudie http://www.pinterest.com/craftingclaudie/
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Zippy Loom Scarf
 
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This Zippy Loom really is zippy! It took me about 20 minutes to get a 6 foot long scarf using 1 skein of Red Heart Grande yarn which I would definitely classify as "zippy!" Another yarn option is the "ruffle yarn" used to make ruffle scarves or chain scarves like I show here: https://youtu.be/JMYL8IJEPHk Find me elsewhere: http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com http://www.facebook.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.instagram.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.ravelry.com/people/craftingclaudie http://www.pinterest.com/craftingclaudie/
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Easy Loom Knitted Hat With A Brim
 
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In this video, I show you how to make a hat with a brim on a round knitting loom. I used the 36 peg loom which measures about 9 inches in diameter. If you use a different size loom than I did, you will use the same techniques just on a different scale. :) I bought my looms in a 4 pack set. They are the Knifty Knitter brand, but there are lots of brands out there now. I recommend doing these with either bulky weight yarn or two strands of worsted weight. Then all you need is the loom and a pick-style tool that comes with it and you're ready to go! Oh, and a tapestry needle of course! Thanks for watching!!!
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Easy Loom Knitted Scarf
 
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For this easy scarf, I used a long rectangular loom with 18 pegs across, but only used 8 of them so a shorter loom will work just as well. These work up so quickly and are easy to do while you're watching something on TV as they don't require too much intense concentration! :) You can do these with either bulky weight yarn or two strands of worsted weight. Then all you need is the loom and the pick-style tool that comes with it and you're good to go! People have asked for a tutorial on how to weave in the ends, so here's a link to how I do so: http://youtu.be/APboks_dWww
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Basic Crochet Beanie Hat For A Newborn
 
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This hat is great to make for gifts or charity. It works up quickly, is easily modified, and looks great as is! Find me elsewhere: http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com http://www.facebook.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.instagram.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.ravelry.com/people/craftingclaudie http://www.pinterest.com/craftingclaudie/
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Traditional Crochet Granny Square
 
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When I think of a granny square, I see the blanket from the sofa on the show Roseanne. That's just where my mind goes! This tutorial shows how to make a multicolor granny square which I suppose is considered traditional or classic to most people since it is what is most often seen. It's a great way to use up scraps! Find me elsewhere: http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com http://www.facebook.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.instagram.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.ravelry.com/people/craftingclaudie http://www.pinterest.com/craftingclaudie/
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Easy Men's Scarf
 
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This crocheted scarf has a very slight texture which I really like. It's also a really quick scarf and great for beginners! The yarn I used ended up creating almost a camouflage effect which was a happy accident. I had never worked with that colorway before so I wasn't sure how the yarn worked up. Originally, I had intended to call this pattern an easy textured scarf or slightly textured scarf, but the more I thought about it, it just seemed more suited for a man (or anyone into camo pattern!) so I went a different direction with the name. Now onto the pattern... Easy Men's Scarf Materials Size K (6.50 mm) Crochet Hook 2 Skeins of Vanna's Choice Yarn (Total of 290 yards) Tapestry Needle Abbreviations Ch = Chain Stitch ~ http://youtu.be/Jwb4jkZDfZs ~ Sc = Single Crochet Stitch ~ http://youtu.be/L8Z6aT5dac4 ~ Dc = Double Crochet Stitch ~ http://youtu.be/afsUMg6wj9c ~ Sl St = Slip Stitch ~ http://youtu.be/PzOVw7vaRd0 ~ Gauge and Size Information This scarf ends up being about 5.5 inches wide and just under 70 inches long. Two repeats of rows 6-9 should be 4 inches long. Instructions Ch 21 Row 1: Starting with second chain from hook, sc across (20 stitches). Chain 3, turn. Rows 2-3: Work 20 dc, Ch 3, turn. Row 4: Work 20 dc, Ch 1, turn. Row 5: Work 20 sc, Ch 3, turn. Rows 6-7: Work 20 dc, Ch 3, turn. Row 8: Work 20 dc, Ch 1, turn. Row 9: Work 20 sc, Ch 3, turn. Repeat Rows 6-9 until scarf has reached desired length. I recommend making sure you end on a sc row. *Optional* Final row: sl st across (20 st). Weave in ends. ~~~~~~~
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Organizing Knitting and Crocheting Supplies
 
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My method for keeping my crochet hooks, knitting needles, and notions organized. Also, this method is very handy when traveling. The exact binder pouches I use: http://www.walmart.com/ip/Binder-Pouch-Clear/17331780 ~ Crafting With Claudie ~
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Round Loom Knitted Scarf
 
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In this video, I show you how to make a simple scarf on a round loom. If you have a rectangular loom instead of the round one, check out my tutorial for that here: http://youtu.be/UU_sxq6aH44 Find me elsewhere: http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com http://www.facebook.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.instagram.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.ravelry.com/people/craftingclaudie http://www.pinterest.com/craftingclaudie/
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Using Pipe Cleaners To Make Spiders For Halloween
 
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This is one of the easiest projects you can do. All you need are pipe cleaners. You can even have your kids help you with this one! The finished spiders look great on the fake webbing you can buy during Halloween. You could even string them up to look like the spiders are descending from the ceiling (which I have to say is just about the creepiest thing ever). ~ Crafting With Claudie ~
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Finger Knitting / Finger Weaving
 
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The kit I bought from Michael's was the Color Zone Finger Weaving Kit. What you're doing is actually knitting with your fingers so that's why I tend to call this finger weaving, but call it whatever you like. :) Find me elsewhere: http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com http://www.facebook.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.instagram.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.ravelry.com/people/craftingclaudie http://www.pinterest.com/craftingclaudie/
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Quick And Easy Cowl
 
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This pattern is my go-to when I need to crochet a quick cowl. It's really easy too, hence the name: Quick And Easy Cowl. :) The Pattern: Quick And Easy Cowl Materials Size N (10mm) Crochet Hook 1 Skein Super Bulky Weight Yarn. (I used the color Claret from Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick and Quick.) Stitch Marker Tapestry Needle Abbreviations Ch = Chain Stitch ~ http://youtu.be/Jwb4jkZDfZs ~ Sl St = Slip Stitch ~ http://youtu.be/PzOVw7vaRd0 ~ Sc = Single Crochet Stitch ~ http://youtu.be/L8Z6aT5dac4 ~ Hdc = Half Double Crochet Stitch ~ http://youtu.be/yk1uB_Sg3wc ~ Instructions Chain 50. Being careful not to twist chain, join round with sl st. Row 1: Ch 1. Place stitch marker into top of chain. Sc into each remaining stitch (49). Sl st into marked stitch. Row 2: Ch 2. Place stitch marker into top of chain. Hdc through remaining stitches (49). Sl st into marked stitch. Continue alternating rows 1 and 2 until you have reached your desired height. I did a total of 11 rows. I recommend ending on a row of Sc. On last row, sl st to join round and do another sl st to even out edge. Bind off and weave in ends.
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How To Do A Russian Join
 
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I think the best way to join two strands of the same yarn is to do a Russian Join. The biggest bonus of this technique for me is that I have less ends to weave in and that's always going to be something I'm a fan of! I wouldn't use this join for color work unless I didn't care where the color change happened, but it would be good if you're doing a scrap project where it doesn't matter to you. Thanks for watching!!!
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Weave In Ends For A Long Loom Knitted Scarf
 
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Since I posted my tutorial for a scarf made on a long knitting loom (found here http://youtu.be/UU_sxq6aH44), I've had some people ask how to weave in the ends. So I went ahead and filmed a how-to for those of you that are interested. I know my methods aren't whatever the official one happens to be, but this is what works for me and it might work for you as well! :)
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Crochet Heart
 
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Crochet - Easy Chunky Infinity Scarf
 
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Today I show you how to make an infinity scarf using chunky yarn so it works up quickly and easily. **Easy Chunky Infinity Scarf** Materials - 1.5 Skeins of Bernat Softee Chunky (Listed as Super Bulky, but I think it's a bit closer to Bulky weight) - Size L (8mm) Crochet Hook - Tapestry Needle - Scissors - Stitch Marker (optional) Pattern Notes - The pattern repeat is 7 stitches across, so if you wish to change the length of the scarf make sure that your chain count is a multiple of 7, then add 6. - My scarf is approx. 50 inches in circumference and 6 inches wide. - The initial chains at the beginning of a round do not count as a stitch to be worked into for this pattern. This helps make the join less noticeable. - If you have a hard time reading your work, use a stitch marker to mark the 1st completed stitch of each round so you know where to join into at the end. Abbreviations - Ch = Chain Stitch - https://youtu.be/Jwb4jkZDfZs - Sl St = Slip Stitch - https://youtu.be/PzOVw7vaRd0 - Dc = Double Crochet Stitch - https://youtu.be/afsUMg6wj9c Instructions Ch 118. Join in round by sl st in 1st chain being careful not to twist. Round 1: Ch 2, Dc into same ch that you sl st in. (Place Stitch Marker into the top of that st if you need to). 2 Dc. {Ch 2, Skip 2 chs, DC into next 5 chs} x 16. Ch 2, sk 2 chs, Dc into next ch. Sl st into top of 1st Dc to join. Round 2: Ch 2, Dc into same st that you sl st in. (Place Marker if needed). 2 Dc. {Ch 2, Skip 2 sts, Dc into next 5 sts} x 16. Ch 2, sk 2 sts, Dc into next st. Sl st into top of 1st Dc to join. Repeat round 2 until you have reached the width that you like. My scarf is 8 rows high. Bind off and weave in ends. Find me elsewhere: http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com http://www.facebook.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.instagram.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.ravelry.com/people/craftingclaudie http://www.pinterest.com/craftingclaudie/
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Ribbon and Bead Tree Ornament
 
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Crochet Market Bag
 
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http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com/2014/07/easy-crochet-market-bag.html is where you can find the written pattern. Thanks so much for watching! Find me: Instagram - http://instagram.com/craftingwithclaudie Ravelry - http://www.ravelry.com/people/CraftingClaudie Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/craftingwithclaudie Pinterest - http://www.pinterest.com/craftingclaudie/ Website - http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com
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Crochet Stocking Ornament
 
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For the written pattern: http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com/2015/12/crochet-stocking-ornament.html Find me elsewhere: http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com http://www.facebook.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.instagram.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.ravelry.com/people/craftingclaudie http://www.pinterest.com/craftingclaudie/
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Easy Removable Stitch Markers For Crochet Or Knitting
 
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Today I show you how to make removable stitch markers! These are so fun to make and super simple! This is an easy way to make something functional and pretty to go along with your crochet or knitting. You can use these as zipper pulls or anywhere you want a little charm! :D Find me elsewhere: http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com http://www.facebook.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.instagram.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.ravelry.com/people/craftingclaudie http://www.pinterest.com/craftingclaudie/
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Easy Chain Infinity Scarf / Necklace
 
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This is one of the easiest and simplest projects you can do with yarn, yet I think it makes a really lovely finished object. Depending on the yarn you use, it can be really dressy and would look nice if you were going somewhere fancy or upscale. It is quick too since it can easily be completed in less than half an hour! All you need is about 30 yards of yarn (which was the whole skein in this instance) and you create an infinity scarf which can then be looped around your neck in a variety of ways. I think the combination of yarn I used and the way I draped it made it into more of a necklace style, but it can be worn anyway you like. Materials used: 30 yards of sparkly yarn ( I used Red Heart Boutique Sashay Metallic in the Diamonds colorway) Q sized crochet hook (or your fingers, if you prefer) Tapestry needle if you decide to weave in the ends. Stitches Used: Chain Stitch: http://youtu.be/Jwb4jkZDfZs Instructions: Make a slipknot then chain stitch until you've reached the desired length. Join ends. Loop scarf however you prefer around your neck. You can use the ends to secure the scarf in the way you have it or just weave them in. I'll be uploading a picture of me wearing the scarf so you can see how it wears on a real person, not a hanger, a little later and will update this description to include the link. Thanks for watching!
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Crochet Hat With Earflaps - Adult Male Size - Part 1 of 4
 
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This tutorial turned out really long so I broke it down into sections so it would be easier to watch (see below for links to the other parts). This is a fairly easy hat to make. Mine is sized for a 23.5 head circumference, but you could make this smaller by not doing as many increasing rounds and adjusting the pattern to take that adjustment into consideration. If people are interested, I can do this tutorial for other sizes. I plan on posting the tutorial in one complete video at some point for those that prefer to watch tutorials like that. ~Related Videos~ Playlist of all the parts of this tutorial: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsJf5VGCPrev9th6C15hVj_qoCCdvWFc7 Part 1: http://youtu.be/ryuwSHT3UQo Part 2: http://youtu.be/VkZpCyDc7aQ Part 3: http://youtu.be/0aVOU4BbLRc Part 4: http://youtu.be/tDIh4sFtIss Stitch Tutorials Used: ML = Magic Loop ~ http://youtu.be/iyYELlq35dI ~ Hdc = Half Double Crochet Stitch ~ http://youtu.be/yk1uB_Sg3wc ~ Sl St = Slip Stitch ~ http://youtu.be/PzOVw7vaRd0 ~ Ch = Chain Stitch ~ http://youtu.be/Jwb4jkZDfZs ~ Hdc2tog = Half Double Crochet Decrease ~ http://youtu.be/pjqC6ZLdb0U ~
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Knit Picks Cyber Monday Yarn Haul
 
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The yarn and things that I bought from knitpicks.com during their Cyber Monday Sale. :) Find me elsewhere: http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com http://www.facebook.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.instagram.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.ravelry.com/people/craftingclaudie http://www.pinterest.com/craftingclaudie/
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Zig Zag Paper Streamers
 
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These Zig Zag Paper Streamers are a great alternative to the crepe paper streamers that you see so often. All you really need is paper, scissors, and maybe some tape if you need them to be longer (and to attach them). A tutorial on the banner shown at the end of the video can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qek2lWoSnqA
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Knit Picks Cyber Monday Haul #2
 
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I bought ALL the yarn! Okay, not really, but it might seem that way when you see what all I did buy from Knit Picks during their Cyber Monday Sale. What? It's not Cyber Monday yet? Well, Knit Picks does it early and I bought lots and lots. If you're interested, they are having a coupon code right now for 20% off (which would mean you'd get some of the things for less than I bought at full price). Good deal! http://www.knitpicks.com Find me elsewhere: http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com http://www.facebook.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.instagram.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.ravelry.com/people/craftingclaudie http://www.pinterest.com/craftingclaudie/
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Expansion - Crochet Baby Blanket
 
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Written Pattern: http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com/2016/04/expansion-crochet-baby-blanket.html I was inspired to make this mitered square crochet baby blanket by all of the fun and gorgeous knitted blankets I've been seeing. Instead of doing small squares, I decided to just make a big one and break it up with different colors. Please let me know if you make this! Find me elsewhere: http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com http://www.facebook.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.instagram.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.ravelry.com/people/craftingclaudie http://www.pinterest.com/craftingclaudie/
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Loom Knitting - Beginning Stitches Too Loose
 
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When you do the basic e-wrap cast on (like I did for the hat shown in this video: http://youtu.be/uoXPHIJvFqg), your beginning stitches will look really loose. I've received some comments about this and I thought I'd share with you a look at what that looks like. The beginning is definitely loose. There are different ways to cast on and that can help tighten those stitches. There are also looms where the pegs are closer together which will create tighter stitches. The stitches look loose like this on the long knitting loom when using the figure 8 cast on as well as the e-wrap cast on on the round knitting looms. I hope this helps you if you have questions regarding this! Thanks for watching!
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Crochet Hat With Earflaps - Adult Male Size
 
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I originally posted this tutorial in 4 parts because my computer was having a hard time saving this and I know that most people tend to prefer shorter videos. I thought others might prefer the entire project to be contained in one video so that's what this is about. I'm also including the full written pattern below. Here's a link to the pattern on my site which has different formatting and might be easier for you to print out: http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com/2014/01/crochet-hat-with-earflaps-adult-male.html Pattern: Crochet Hat With Earflaps - Adult Male Size ~Materials~ Size K (6.50 mm) Crochet Hook Tapestry Needle Main Color = 2 skeins of various shades of grey worsted weight yarn Accent Color = 2 skeins of black worsted weight yarn (or use both ends from the same skein) ~Abbreviations~ ML = Magic Loop ~ http://youtu.be/iyYELlq35dI ~ Hdc = Half Double Crochet Stitch ~ http://youtu.be/yk1uB_Sg3wc ~ Sl St = Slip Stitch ~ http://youtu.be/PzOVw7vaRd0 ~ Ch = Chain Stitch ~ http://youtu.be/Jwb4jkZDfZs ~ YO = Yarn Over TC = Turning Chain Hdc2tog = Half Double Crochet Decrease ~ http://youtu.be/pjqC6ZLdb0U ~ ~Pattern Notes~ - This hat is made by working two strands of worsted weight yarn together. - The turning chain (though you don't do much turning) does not count as a stitch. When joining the rounds, you will sl st into top of first hdc, not into the chain. - This hat is sized for a head circumference of about 23.5 inches. - If you wish to make the hat a different size, you should stop making increasing rounds (Rounds 2-6) at the desired diameter. Round 7 is an increasing round as well, but it only increases 6 stitches and I would recommend keeping a round with 5 or 6 stitches before making the rest of the hat. If you change the size of the hat, the overall number of stitches will, of course, change. ~Instructions~ Using two strands of Main Color held together, make a Magic Loop. Round 1: Work 10 hdc into ML. Pull yarn tail tight to close the circle. Sl st into top of first hdc. Round 2: Ch 2. Work 2 hdc in each stitch. (20). Sl st into top of first hdc. Round 3: Ch 2. {Work 2 hdc in next stitch, 1 hdc in next stitch.} Repeat from { to }. (30). Sl st into top of first hdc. Round 4: Ch 2. {Work 2 hdc in next stitch, 1 hdc in next 2 stitches.} Repeat from { to }. (40). Sl st into top of first hdc. Round 5: Ch 2. {Work 2 hdc in next stitch, 1 hdc in next 3 stitches.} Repeat from { to }. (50). Sl st into top of first hdc. Round 6: Ch 2. {Work 2 hdc in next stitch, 1 hdc in next 4 stitches.} Repeat from { to }. (60). Sl st into top of first hdc. Round 7: Ch 2. {Work 2 hdc in next stitch, 1 hdc in next 9 stitches.} Repeat from { to }. (66). Sl st into top of first hdc. Round 8: Ch 2. Work 1 hdc in next 65 stitches. For last stitch, work hdc as normal until right before you would make last YO. Using two strands of Accent Color held together, YO and pull through the 3 loops on hook, completing the last hdc of the round. (66). Sl st into top of first hdc. Cut Main Color leaving 5 inch tail to weave in later. Round 9: Ch 2. Work 1 hdc in each stitch. (66). Sl st into top of first hdc. Round 10: Repeat Round 9 Round 11: Ch 2. Work 1 hdc in next 65 stitches. For last stitch, work hdc as normal until right before you would make last YO. Using two strands of Main Color held together, YO and pull through the 3 loops on hook, completing the last hdc of the round. (66). Sl st into top of first hdc. Cut Accent Color leaving 5 inch tail to weave in later. Round 12: Ch 2. Work 1 hdc in each stitch. (66). Sl st into top of first hdc. Rounds 13 - 17: Repeat Round 12. ~Earflaps~ - Ch 2. Work 1 hdc in next 17 stitches (we are not counting the TC as a stitch). **Ch 2. Turn. - Work 1 hdc in next 8 stitches. Ch 2. Turn. - Work 1 hdc2tog, 1 hdc in next 4 stitches, 1 hdc2tog. Ch 2. Turn. - Work 1 hdc2tog, 1 hdc in next 2 stitches, 1 hdc2tog. Ch 2. Turn. - Work 2 hdc2tog. Sl st down the side of the earflap, joining at where the earflap meets Round 17.** - Work 1 hdc in next 39 stitches. - Repeat from ** to ** - Work 1 hdc in next 10 stitches. For last stitch, work hdc as normal until right before you make last YO. Using two strands of Accent Color held together, YO and pull through the 3 loops on hook, completing the last hdc of the round. Sl st into top of first hdc. Cut Main Color leaving 5 inch tail to weave in later. - Work hdc around the entire hat and earflaps. You might need to do 2 hdc in the same stitch at the rounded parts at the end of the earflaps. Sl st into top of first hdc. Bind off and weave in ends.
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Easy Crochet Chevron Baby Blanket
 
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Easy Chevron Baby Blanket Pattern Notes: I chose to carry up the yarn when changing colors instead of breaking the yarn and weaving in all those ends. Do whatever works best for you. Final Measurements: 34" x 41" Gauge: Gauge isn't super important with this blanket, but each chevron peak = 5 inches across and 3 inches from top of peak to base line (if a straight line had been drawn from tip to tip). Materials -Yarn: I used 1 skein of Caron One Pound in Forest Green (Color B), 1/2 skein of Caron One Pound in each of Pale Green (Color A) and Soft Sage (Color C). -Size I/5.5 mm Crochet Hook -Stitch Markers -Scissors Abbreviations Ch = Chain Stitch = http://youtu.be/Jwb4jkZDfZs Dc = Double Crochet Stitch = http://youtu.be/afsUMg6wj9c Dc3tog = Double Crochet 3 Together St = Stitch Sc = Single Crochet Stitch = http://youtu.be/L8Z6aT5dac4 Sc2tog = Single Crochet 2 Together = http://youtu.be/14Swe3BNG8Q Sl st = Slip Stitch = http://youtu.be/PzOVw7vaRd0 Instructions Starting With Color A, Ch 178. Row 1: Skip 2 ch, work 2 dc in next ch, *1 dc in next 7 ch, dc3tog x 2, 1 dc in next 7 ch, 3 dc in next ch x 2. Repeat from * 6 more times. 1 dc in next 7 ch, dc3tog x 2, 1 dc in next 7 ch, 3 dc in next ch, ch 2, turn. Row 2: 2 dc in 1st st, *1 dc in next 7 sts, dc3tog x 2, 1 dc in next 7 sts, 3 dc in next st x 2. Repeat from * 6 more times. 1 dc in next 7 sts, dc3tog x 2, 1 dc in next 7 sts, 3 dc in top of turning chain, ch 2, turn. Attach Color B Repeat Row 2 until blanket is desired length alternating colors every 2 rows. If you are using 3 colors like I did, after the 6th Color B stripe, attach Color C and continue alternating every 2 rows. Bind off and weave in ends. If you are doing the border, you don't have to break the Color B yarn if you are okay with starting where it's located. Border Sc around entire blanket (using Color B). In the peaks and valleys, do the increases (3sc) and decreases (sc2tog). In the corners, do 2 sc sts. Join to 1st sc with a sl st, bind off and weave in end. Find me elsewhere: http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com http://www.facebook.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.instagram.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.ravelry.com/people/craftingclaudie http://www.pinterest.com/craftingclaudie/
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How To Use A Niddy Noddy
 
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Make your own Niddy Noddy out of PVC: https://youtu.be/1DLtWKy0JPE Thank you for watching!!! Find me elsewhere: http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com http://www.facebook.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.instagram.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.ravelry.com/people/craftingclaudie http://www.pinterest.com/craftingclaudie/
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Tiny Crochet Heart
 
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Single Crochet Stitch (sc)
 
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In this video, I show how to do the single crochet stitch. The single crochet stitch is usually written as 'sc' in patterns. How to do a chain stitch: http://youtu.be/Jwb4jkZDfZs
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Buying A Spinning Wheel
 
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On November 15, 2016, I bought a spinning wheel! I purchased a Schacht Ladybug from The Woolery in Frankfort, KY. :D http://www.woolery.com Find me elsewhere: http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com http://www.facebook.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.instagram.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.ravelry.com/people/craftingclaudie http://www.pinterest.com/craftingclaudie/
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Crochet Dish Scrubber
 
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Written pattern can be found here: http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com/2015/10/crochet-dish-scrubber.html Find me elsewhere: http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com http://www.facebook.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.instagram.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.ravelry.com/people/craftingclaudie http://www.pinterest.com/craftingclaudie/
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Michael's Yarn Sale Haul
 
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Michael's has a yarn sale going on and a 25% off coupon on top of that so I lost my mind and bought way too much yarn. :) It's lovely though! Find me elsewhere: http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com http://www.facebook.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.instagram.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.ravelry.com/people/craftingclaudie http://www.pinterest.com/craftingclaudie/
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Square Weaving Loom
 
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In this video, I show how to use a square weaving loom to make a pot-holder shaped item. I call it pot-holder shape because I'm using fabric loops that aren't suitable as an actual pot-holder, but they make great coasters! I bought mine (Color Zone Weaving Loom Kit) in-store at Michael's, but they have it online as well: http://www.michaels.com/color-zone-weaving-loom/10384500.html Find me elsewhere: http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com http://www.facebook.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.instagram.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.ravelry.com/people/craftingclaudie http://www.pinterest.com/craftingclaudie/
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Crochet Star Ornament
 
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Check out the written pattern here: http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com/2015/12/crochet-star-ornament.html Find me elsewhere: http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com http://www.facebook.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.instagram.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.ravelry.com/people/craftingclaudie http://www.pinterest.com/craftingclaudie/
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Easy Striped Crochet Baby Blanket
 
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This easy and quick baby blanket took me about 8 hours working time to complete. Using two strands of yarn together tends to make things go faster! I'm including links to videos showing how to do the stitches used. The pattern itself follows that. ~ Crafting With Claudie ~ Chain Stitch (ch) = http://youtu.be/Jwb4jkZDfZs Half Double Crochet (hdc) = http://youtu.be/yk1uB_Sg3wc THE PATTERN: Final Measurements Approx. 41" x 28" Gauge 8 stitches x 6 rows = 4 inches Materials Size N (10mm) Crochet Hook (or hook needed to obtain gauge) Color A: Caron One Pound in Soft Sage 580 Color B: Caron One Pound in Pale Green 587 Color C: Vanna's Choice in Dusty Purple 146 Abbreviations Ch = Chain Stitch Hdc = Half Double Crochet Stitch Instructions Using 1 strand Color A and Color B, Chain 80 loosely. Row 1: Starting with 3rd chain from the hook, hdc across (77 stitches). Ch 2. Turn. Rows 2-4: Work 77 hdc. Ch 2. Turn. Row 5: Work 77 hdc. Before pulling through last pass on last stitch, join 2 strands of Color C. Ch 2. Turn. Rows 6-7: Work 77 hdc. Ch 2. Turn. Row 8: Work 77 hdc. Before pulling through last pass on last stitch, join 1 strand each of Color A and Color B. Ch 2. Turn. Rows 8-36: Work 77 hdc. Ch 2. Turn. Row 37: Work 77 hdc. Before pulling through last pass on last stitch, join 2 strands of Color C. Ch 2. Turn. Rows 38-39: Work 77 hdc. Ch 2. Turn. Row 40: Work 77 hdc. Before pulling through last pass on last stitch, join 1 strand each of Color A and Color B. Ch 2. Turn Rows 41-44: Work 77 hdc. Ch 2. Turn. Row 45: Work 77 hdc. Bind off and weave in ends.
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Introducing 12 Days Of Craftmas
 
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12 Days of Craftmas Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0_1qFW2nIc&list=PLsJf5VGCPrevydMvUYSzowQZ-Kq3xuICQ For more details: http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com/2015/11/introducing-12-days-of-craftmas.html Find me elsewhere: http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com http://www.facebook.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.instagram.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.ravelry.com/people/craftingclaudie http://www.pinterest.com/craftingclaudie/
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2016 Yarn Stash Flash
 
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I filmed this in December to have ready to go early this year. The only thing that has changed is I received 2 skeins of yarn in a swap package and I have started using 2 of the skeins shown. I have updated my Ravelry stash and it is current as of today so check that out if you'd like. Thanks for watching!!! Find me elsewhere: http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com http://www.facebook.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.instagram.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.ravelry.com/people/craftingclaudie http://www.pinterest.com/craftingclaudie/
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Half Double Crochet Decrease (hdc2tog) - Two Variations
 
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I show two variations of the half double crochet decrease in this video. There is the "official version" according to my friend and then the way I do it which I think makes the decrease look a little nicer. Both ways are effective in the sense that they decrease the stitches so choose which way looks best to you. :)
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Finished Objects - Scarves!
 
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~I just hit publish on the Facebook page I made for all this crafty goodness. Check it out if you're interested! https://www.facebook.com/CraftingWithClaudie I thought it would be nice to show you what I've been working on (when I've not been playing The Sims - Into The Future, that is). It's mainly been scarves so that's what you're seeing. I finished one for my husband and the other three are for a charity that provides scarves, hats, and gloves to those in need called Scarf It Up. Their website is http://www.scarfitup.org/ if anyone is interested. I've got videos coming up with tutorials on these in case anyone else wants to make them for themselves. Oh, and I'd like to do more of these types of videos in the future and maybe there will be a little more variety then. :) Now I need to get back to perfecting my Sim's jet pack abilities!
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Yarn Haul - Joann's Clearance
 
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Joann's currently has yarn on clearance (they might have other things on clearance too, but I went straight to the yarn section). In this video, I show you what I picked up. Yay, yarn!!!! Other videos about Joann's Clearance: Crochet.Knit - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AxVt2Rocyn0 1molander - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nxb4ZtZ5PiE Find me elsewhere: http://instagram.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.ravelry.com/people/CraftingClaudie http://www.facebook.com/CraftingWithClaudie http://www.pinterest.com/craftingclaudie/
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Using A Stitch Holder: How To Save Your Work For Later
 
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In this video, I show you how to use a stitch holder so you can keep your stitches safe until you need them. ~ Crafting With Claudie ~
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Knit Picks Summer Sale Yarn Haul
 
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I bought yarn! I mean, it's Felici so how could I not? :D The Knit Picks Summer Sale ends on July 25, 2016 so if you're watching this soon after the uploaded date, you can probably get these same items. :D http://www.knitpicks.com Find me elsewhere: http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com http://www.facebook.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.instagram.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.ravelry.com/people/craftingclaudie http://www.pinterest.com/craftingclaudie/
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Crochet Hook Types
 
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Just some of the crochet hooks that are available.
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Wool Warehouse Yarn Haul
 
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I bought some yarn from Wool Warehouse! http://www.woolwarehouse.co.uk Find me elsewhere: http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com http://www.facebook.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.instagram.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.ravelry.com/people/craftingclaudie http://www.pinterest.com/craftingclaudie/
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Plarn: Yarn Made From Plastic Bags
 
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You can knit or crochet with pretty much anything that is shaped like string. That's my untested theory, at least. Yarn made from plastic bags, AKA plarn, has been around a while and it can be a great way to use up those plastic bags you have sitting around (even if you did fold them up nice and neat -- see: http://youtu.be/ggLXoc7jygY). I tend to use it to make more utilitarian items rather than fashionable ones, but it can be adapted to almost any knitting or crochet pattern I'm sure. Thanks for watching!
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A Gift From Knit Picks
 
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Knit Picks sent me a gift and also something to do a giveaway for you! I didn't sign any contract or make any agreement with them. I never even agreed to include any of this in a video, but I'm sure that's what they were hoping! :D All opinions are my own. http://www.knitpicks.com http://www.craftsamericana.com Find me elsewhere: http://www.craftingwithclaudie.com http://www.facebook.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.instagram.com/craftingwithclaudie http://www.ravelry.com/people/craftingclaudie http://www.pinterest.com/craftingclaudie/
Views: 1726 CraftingWithClaudie

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