Tutorials

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Sewing up your colourwork mittens
You have all your three mitten bits made, and it's time to sew them all together.Here's how I did it: First …
A reverse TSS2tog for a neater mitten
Tunisian Crochet has a symmetry problem, insofar as it has none.You may have noticed that each row's stitches are drawn from …
Make your Ogham Mitten UNIQUE!
Ogham (either pronounced OW-am or OG-am, depending on who you ask), is a native Irish writing system that is all of …
Duplicate Stitch / Swiss Darning
Mistakes happen! But that doesn't mean you have to rip back all your beautiful work. Try a little Swiss Darning, "Tunisian …
Catching Floats in Tunisian Crochet Stranded Colourwork – Part 1
Have you tried Tunisian Crochet colourwork yet? This satisfying technique will have you hooked in no time.
Catching Floats in Tunisian Crochet Stranded Colourwork – Part 2
Have you tried Tunisian Crochet colourwork yet? This satisfying technique will have you hooked in no time.
Joining Yarns in Tunisian Crochet
This little trick works well for both solid fabrics and lace. The idea here is that the joined yarns will be …
Turn your FAILED Scarf into a SUCCESSFUL Something Else
FO ahoy! Get out your failed scarf fragment, thread your darning needle and prepare to bathe in a sense of accomplishment …
How do I stop Tunisian Crochet from CURLING?
Oh my gosh, the CURL! It's the bane of a Tunisian Crocheter's day, isn't it? Curing the curl seems almost impossible, …
Herringbone seam for Tunisian Crochet
Creating a truly invisible seam in any form of crochet has so far proven virtually impossible. The complex texure of crochet …
What is the EASIEST GIFT to make with Tunisian Crochet?
If you want to make a handmade gift, but you're short of time AND yarn, then this free nautical-themed Seashell Scrubbie …
Is Tunisian Crochet faster than Regular Crochet?
Is Tunisian Crochet Faster than Regular Crochet? And which uses more yarn? Do they come out the same size? I decided …
Getting the MOST out of a Stretchy Crochet Chain
So, you have your stretchy crochet chain done, right? Now what? Here's how you use it.
The Ultimate Stretchy Crochet Chain
Basic old CHAIN STITCHES don’t stretch! This is a perennial problem for both Traditional and Tunisian Crochet. But luckily, I’ve found …
How to make a SLIP KNOT
The SLIP KNOT! It’s a rare crochet or knitting project that doesn’t begin with this versatile little knot. In this photo …
How to Make the Sunny Hat with a Crochet Band
For those of you keen on the Sunny Hat, but not so keen on the whole "knitting" thing, here's a version …
7 Ways to make YOUR next crochet pattern test a success
Running a pattern test can be a mindfield.Let me run you through the basics. "You haven't made it in the industry …

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  1. Do you make it a policy never to respond to e-mail questions? I have been a fond supporter of you work in the past, however, that will no longer be the case.

    1. There is a very high chance that your email just slipped through the cracks, Richard.
      Being a sole trader, running all aspects of a small business, there are often days I don’t get to everything.

      With messages coming in over Twitter, Instagram, Email, Patreon, WordPress, Etsy, Ravelry,
      and even notices from Facebook that I can’t access (FB randomly wiped my account about 6 months ago, and won’t let me back on), my attention is understandably divided.

      And that’s all before I’ve worked a single stitch during my working day!

      If you would like to, feel free to add your question below, though, and I’ll be sure to get to it.

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