I have uploaded a number of videos into my YOUTUBE channel which you will hopefully find helpful. There are other arts health video on the above channel, and some fun creations ones…
I have written a PDF document, as a crochet aid, which you can download from the following link: VISUAL AID
It describes four basic Crochet stitches and shows you how each of them looks when worked in various ways. The letters that have been crocheted in each stitch are how they are referred to in most patterns (UK crochet terminology) double crochet (DC), treble (TR), double treble (DTR) and half treble (HTR), which is a hope to be a visual reminder to help recognise them. It is helpful to me to see what they look like, so that if I struggle with a pattern, I can try to deconstruct the finished piece, and it is very important for me to be able to do that, as I don’t often follow patterns, change them half way through, as you can read HERE, and in various other posts HERE. In the visual aid, each stitch is shown in front loop only (FLO), back loop only (BLO), and in various forms of decreasing (DEC) and increasing (INC) as the letters take shape.
If you like me work on a Freeform crochet basis, or if you are a visual learner, hope these Aids may be of some help to your work. If you need any further help, do not hesitate to CONTAC ME and I will do my best to answer any of your crochet conundrums.
Just for fun, here are some of my crochet related help videos:
- My most recent video and also a bit of a preview of one of my cotton squares blanket:
Another sample videos include
- Help on Front Raised double trebles when working Bavarian Crochet:
- Help with Back Raised double trebles when working the Bavarian Crochet Stitch as these could be tricky to get used to:
- Short and sweet, well i hope, this video shows you how to start a new row when working Bavarian crochet stitch, whether it is a triangle or a square you are working on: