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Here are the top ten articles for the Crochet Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. How to Make Hairpin Lace
Hairpin lace crochet looks intricate and difficult but it's not. Here's a step by step tutorial on how to make a hairpin lace strip and join it to other hairpin strips to make beautiful projects.
2. About Hairpin Lace Crochet
Hairpin Lace, also known as Hairpin Crochet and Fork Work, waxes and wanes in popularity as fashions come and go. Here's some background on this technique and how you can use it to make your own elegant creations.
3. Vintage Crochet Patterns
Vintage crochet patterns, crochet abbreviations, crochet rag rugs
4. Unfound and Disappearing Patterns
If youíre wondering what has happened to a specific pattern that you've always been able to find here at the crochet site but not anymore, please read this article.
5. Free Online Crochet Lessons
Use some of the great free online crochet tutorials to learn to crochet. There are some excellent sites giving clear, illustrated instructions for beginners.
6. Shamrock Hot Pad
You donít have to be Irish or celebrate St. Patrickís Day to enjoy making this cute Shamrock Hot Pad (or pot holder). Itís a perfect design for spring.
7. Easy Crocheted Hats and Scarves Book Review
Add a touch of color and texture to your fall and winter wardrobe with these crocheted hats and scarves that are fun to wear or make as gifts.
8. Free Crochet Pattern for a Garden Candle Holder
Add some candlelight to your garden by making these handy candle holders from an old glass jar and some crocheted string. By crocheting a container for a glass jar, small candles or tea lights can be hung from trees or other suitable places in the garden. The candle holder is made to fit the jar.
9. Elegant Hairpin Lace Scarf Pattern
Hairpin lace is perfect for light and airy lace projects. This elegant scarf pattern is ideal for spring when days and evenings can be temperate and cool. This is an intermediate level pattern.
10. Crochet with Charts and Graphs
You don't have to be able to read a written pattern to make a crochet project. Here's the information and tips you need for crocheting with charts and graphs.
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