In the Magical Stitches Crochet Course, we will focus on ONE magical project at a time.
No matter your crochet level, our best-finished projects capture the love of the craft, not deadlines or in-person class restrictions. This is done on your own time.
First, we will start with a solid understanding of the stitches we will use and create a fun fall pumpkin.
Then, we will work through 4 unique patterns to build the skills for success.
Plus, extra BONUS projects!
The knit version of the antler cable is one of the most desirable cables. It takes on a new look in crochet, adding swirls of design across each side of a crochet bag.
The end result of this fairy tale story is a bag worthy of showing off.
A crochet sock with a cable that’s comfortable? I promise you aren’t dreaming; this is a real-life storyline.
A dream sock pattern you will want to make again and again.
You may have seen this stitch style before, but only in knit. After experimenting, I finally figured out how to easily replicate this stitch in crochet. How these stitches lean reminds me of ocean waves, which is how this bag got its name.
No more wishing and waiting for that perfect stitch to come along. This one will dance across your hooks with ease.
Have you heard of steeking? If not, you are going to want to join this crochet course.
Step aside Anastasia and Drizella; this clutch is luxurious enough to be taken by a princess to the ball.
You could. But you don’t need to. If you already have the tools to crochet (hook and yarn), why not give this a go?
But the main reason why these stitches are so unique is they are pretty different from knit. They mimic a knit stitch to some degree, but they aren’t exact, in a good way.
These magical crochet stitches would be difficult to achieve in knitting with the same drape and textures.
So really, this is just a brand new thing you won’t want to miss out on.
I’m not even kidding when I say this is Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo-type spells with yarn. It really takes something from boring to glam.
And just like Cinderella, you don’t need to bring anything special; let me be your godmother and do the figuring-out part.
All you need is some yarn, a hook, and a belief in magic.
If you still need more reasons to jump on this incredibly magical course:
This course includes bonus crochet projects for creating extra magic.
If The Shoe Fits Crochet Mock Cable Pouf Pattern
One of a kind home decor.
Swirls On The Water
Crochet Bag Pattern
Create a large mock cable plus new textured side stitches.
Cinderella’s Crochet Pumpkin
While we can’t turn a pumpkin into a carriage, we can create gorgeous decor.
I want you to be thrilled with learning new stitches and feel great about it. But just in case, if you are not loving it or having fun, email me within five days of purchase, and I’ll refund your money.
These stitches are made with a crochet hook and will fool all your knitting friends. But let’s get down to what you want to know.
We’ve all seen designers attempt to mimic knit stitches.
But when I tried to dive into it, I felt like I was doing crochet gymnastics. And I’m too old for vaulting, a balance beam, or flips. So I don’t enjoy doing that with my crochet hook, either. I was left confused and not happy with the bulky results.
I wanted a simple solution, and I know you might be wondering how it’s done. But first, let me tell you what this is not. Don’t assume this uses previous methods, attempts, knit-look cable, and lace stitches.
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