Crochet Cheat Sheet
When you are first learning to crochet, things can get a little confusing, and that’s why I made you this little Crochet Cheat Sheet! How many times do I loop the yarn over my hook? How do I make that stitch? What in the world is a sc? This cheat sheet is perfect; you can print it or take a screen shot and have it handy on your phone or tablet to look back at whenever you need a little reminder.
I printed patterns, cheat sheets and everything in between, when I first started learning to crochet. I put all of these papers into a pretty binder with document protectors so my papers wouldn’t get wrinkled and crumpled. If you would like to print this cheat sheet, click here for a printable version of this cheat sheet.
Still not sure if you want to crochet?
If you still aren’t sure if you want to learn how to crochet, take a look at the items I have in my shop. I want you to get an idea of the things you can make, and possibly sell. Crochet goes beyond making hats and scarves. For example, who wants to make or buy crochet scarves and hats in the summertime? Not me! But what about beach bags, or crochet jewelry made with cotton yarn? That just screams summer, with a Boho flair! The sky is the limit! You can make so many things for the summer; beach bags, jewelry, headbands, barefoot sandals, bracelets, ankle bracelets, baby blankets, and more!
Need some help getting started?
If this is all so overwhelming and you need some help getting started, take a look at my previous posts. You will find some tips on getting your supplies, how to hold your crochet hook and yarn, how to make your foundation chain, and how to make the single crochet stitch. (You can click on those…it will lead you right to the post you are looking for).
Where to find great crochet supplies to get you started.
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If you are looking for some great yarn to start on your crochet journey, check out Knit Picks. They have a wonderful selection of yarn and some awesome crochet hooks. If you are looking to make a beach bag or something else for summer, their cotton yarn is amazing!
Next, I will walk you through how to crochet a single crochet washcloth. I will provide you with a free written pattern, as well as a video tutorial showing you how to read that pattern and make the washcloth. This is an easy project to complete since it is made using only the single crochet stitch.
Make sure you subscribe to my blog and sign up to receive my Newsletter. When you subscribe to my blog, you will receive an email every time I publish a new blog post, making it easier for you to keep up with the crochet lessons and projects. My Newsletter is awesome too! No spam, I promise! Each one of my Newsletters is written, and sent, by me and includes some special coupons for my own shop. The Newsletters also let you know what I’m working on next and where you can get the supplies to crochet along with me. You also receive my “10 Things I Wish I Knew Before Learning to Crochet” when you sign up for my Newsletter. That could save you some frustration as you go through your crochet journey.
Until next time, my lovelies!