This stitch sampler crochet baby blanket pattern will have you not wanting to put down your hook! Beginner crocheters can learn 5 new crochet stitches, and intermediate or advanced crocheters will find this pattern will keep your interest. The soft textures are perfect for babies! This blanket is the perfect baby shower crochet gift.
This chunky crochet scarf makes the perfect gift. It works up fast and is SO warm and cozy! This free crochet pattern is made for adventurous beginners who want to learn new stitches to make this beautiful modern scarf.
This hair scarf crochet pattern is quick, easy and fun to make - and it's a great way to start off with lacy crochet patterns if you are a beginner. I'm loving the fact that hair accessories are in right now - headbands, scrunchies, hair scarfs, you name it! They are a quick way to add cute, feminine details to a look when you are running out the door. So of course, I had to design a few hair accessories to add to my own collection!
Learn how to crochet a scrunchie with this easy crochet scrunchie pattern and photo tutorial. Make your own DIY scrunchies with as much or as little "scrunch" as you'd like! This is a free crochet pattern and beginner crochet project.
These mug rugs/ coasters are the perfect quick crochet gift - they are festive enough for Valentine's Day, but will also be cute to use all year long! This is a quick and easy crochet project with photo tutorials. Use this free coaster crochet pattern to make a set for yourself or a friend!
Chunky yarn hats are my favorite things to crochet. They work up quick and are SO cozy! And super bulky yarn is just so fun to use. This chunky crochet beanie pattern is free and comes in sizes toddler through adult large.
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This modern dish towel is the perfect housewarming gift – or gift it to yourself! It has a beautiful texture to it while remaining simple, clean and modern.
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The Half Double Crochet Slip Stitch is great for any time you need a stretchy fabric. Half Double Crochet Slip Stitch (HdcSS): Yo, insert hook into next stitch, pull up a loop so that you have 3 loops on your hook. Pull first loop on hook through remaining 2 loops. Stitch complete.
This Waistcoat Stitch tutorial shows just how easy this crochet stitch can be! Learn how to do the Waistcoat stitch and make crochet hats, bags, cup cozies, and more with this dense and versatile crochet stitch.
If you know how to Single and Double crochet, you can do this stitch! Learn the Crossed Double Crochet Stitch - a simple stitch that fun and easy to work up, and has gorgeous modern texture. This is a complete photo Crossed Double Crochet Stitch tutorial.
Have you been on the hunt for modern crochet stitches? This stitch looks clean, fresh, and looks like it could even be knit. But it's all crochet! The Herringbone Single Crochet stitch has a true herringbone look to it.
Who doesn’t love a good textured stitch? The Rice Stitch, also known as the Mini Basket-Weave Stitch, is a fun textured stitch with a modern look. While it is similar to the Alpine stitch, this method is stretchier so keep …
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Hello! I’m Ashley, creator of Tiny Couch Crochet. And I’m happy you’re here! I’m a 30-something new mom with a tiny (but deceptively comfy) couch and a passion for crochet.
Although I learned the basics of crochet as a kid, I wasn’t consistent for a long time. I would just pick it up to make some granny squares now and then. A few years ago, after going through a rough time with infertility, I needed something to do with my hands and occupy my mind. So I dusted off my hooks and got back to it.
This time, I challenged myself to more advanced patterns and new techniques. And now I like to use those techniques to create modern patterns that are simple to create, but full of details and texture.