Our friend and blogger Olivia of Hopeful Honey has designed an exclusive festive pattern just for you! She talks you through a step by step tutorial of how to make a sweet Santa Claus Hat, over to Olivia!
This week, we’re working with Hopeful Honey to teach beginners the front post double crochet stitch.
We’ve been hosting Olivia from Hopeful Honey for the past few weeks as she teaches beginners the how-tos and the what-fors of crochet. From foundation chains to slip stitches and more, we’re on a journey with a destination of crochet fabulousness. This week, Olivia is tackling the front post double crochet, the foil to last week’s back post double crochet tutorial. Olivia says,
A front post double crochet is also known as front raised double crochet, and creates a beautiful texture. Front post can be done using most stitches, but for this video we will only focus on a double crochet stitch. You will need to know the basics of crocheting before attempting this stitch.
Take a peek at her tutorial video, and take on the front post double crochet stitch!
Are you learning to crochet? This tutorial on how to back post double crochet will guide you on your journey.
Olivia from Hopeful Honey has been teaching beginners how to crochet with clear video tutorials on simple techniques like slip stitching, chains, and more. This week, she handles the very interesting back post double crochet stitch, also known as a back post treble crochet in UK terms. This stitch can frequently be seen in more intermediate patterns to achieve unique patterns and textures. Olivia says,
A back post double crochet is very similar to a front post double crochet, they both create a similar texture. If you already know how to crochet a front post double crochet, then learning this stitch is going to be a breeze! You will need to know the basics of crocheting before attempting this stitch.
Start your crochet hooks, get ready, get set, go!
This week, beginners can learn how to double crochet (UK treble crochet) with a helpful video tutorial.
Olivia from Hopeful Honey has been teaching beginners the basics of crochet. So far, she has covered chains, slip stitches, single (UK double) crochet, and half double (UK half treble) crochet stitches. This week, she’s taking on the double crochet (UK treble crochet) stitch. Once you’ve mastered this, you’ll be able to make almost anything. Olivia says,
The double crochet is one of the most common crochet stitches, and is approximately twice as tall as a single crochet. You can combine the double crochet stitch with many other stitches to help produce interesting patterns and textures.
With the wide array of yarns, fibers, weights, and shades, where is a crocheter to turn? This intro to color theory will guide you to choosing shades that look stunning together.