Hello my fellow crocheters or soon-to-be crocheters!
I’m so happy that you found my site. I started The Working Yarn as a creative outlet for myself and help others with the craft.
I’ve always been an arts and crafts type of person since I was a kid. So, when I picked up knitting needles, it really wasn’t a surprise to anyone who knew me back then. I wanted to create something, give it away as gifts, and relieve stress. The last one was a HUGE reason on why I started since I’ve been a long-time sufferer of IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome). If you’re like me, reducing your stress levels plays a BIG TIME part in managing your IBS symptoms.
In 2016, I started getting curious about crocheting and how I wanted to give myself a challenge to learn a new craft and I haven’t stopped since then. I will probably pick up my knitting needles again in the future but I truly enjoy crocheting that I don’t want to put down the hooks just yet. At any given moment, I have a few WIPs (works in progress). Does that happen to you?
Fast forward to 2018, I wanted to take it a step further and start blogging about crocheting. The Working Yarn is my collective thoughts on the craft, help others on how to crochet from basic stitches and beyond, and start creating my own patterns. I want to do all of that in a way where I’m having fun and you are too!
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Another decreasing stitch that could be used in crochet projects is the Single Crochet 3 Together or abbreviated as sc3tog in written patterns. This stitch will have you decreasing your project in no time! Single Crochet 3 Together This stitch will combine three...
Last week, I posted a tutorial on how to do a decrease in crochet using the Single Crochet 2 Together technique. But, there are other decreasing techniques that you could use in your projects like the Double Crochet 2 Together (dc2tog). Double Crochet 2 Together Let’s...
Sometimes you are going to need to make a decrease in your crochet project, and Single Crochet 2 Together is one of those stitches. If you are starting out, you might gravitate towards projects that are only squares or rectangles. Anything outside of these types of...