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Unforgettable Lunar Crossings Shawl

Add this project to your Ravelry favorites HERE This weekend, I decided to stitch up a new version of my Lunar Crossings Shawl. Red Heart had recently sent me some “Unforgettable” yarn in the colorway Gossamer and I was excited to try it out. To make this version, I used three full skeins of Unforgettable […] Read more…

Recipe: Spinach and Ham Quiche

I love quiche. It’s fairly painless to make. The only downside is the wait for it to cook in the oven. I especially love using Bisquick because I just mix it right in. No need for a pie crust. And, for my gluten free friends, you can substitute Gluten Free Bisquick. 3 eggs 1 ½ […] Read more…

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Writing Tunisian Crochet Patterns

Writing Tunisian crochet patterns is very similar to writing knitting patterns. If you’re familiar with knitting patterns, it will come naturally. Due to the evolution of Tunisian crochet, I’ve found that there are some things that I wish I’d never done in my older books. Once you write something down in a certain way and […] Read more…

Learn 11 Different Single Crochet Variations

Single crochet is my favorite regular crochet stitch. It can have just as many variations as you see in Tunisian crochet. Join me in an exploration of the single crochet. Enjoy this playlist which currently contains eleven videos. Subscribe to my YouTube channel to be notified when I have added more. Yes, indeed, there are […] Read more…

Tunisian Crochet vs. Double-Ended

On my Facebook business page, I was recently asked the difference between regular Tunisian crochet and double-ended Tunisian crochet. It’s kind of an involved response, so I thought I would make a blog post on it. First, I think that a lot of people understand regular Tunisian crochet. You use a long hook that looks […] Read more…

Video Project Series: Tunisian Crochet Entrelac

In one of my hosted crochet-alongs, group members chose Tunisian Entrelac as the subject of our crochet along. It’s always important to me to try to get people motivated to learn something new when participating in my crochet-alongs whenever possible. It’s a win-win for everyone! For this one, the pattern chosen was from Lion Brand […] Read more…

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