Learn How To Crochet With My Favorite Video Tutorials

Learn how to crochet, a collection of Stitches, abbreviations, and video tutorials curated by Habiba from CraftifyMyLove.com

Everyone can learn how to crochet!

It’s super easy, although I thought differently for the last 30 plus years.

Now, as I already told you the story about HOW I started to crochet in my popcorn stitch beanie and loop post, I will cut to the chase, and just remind you of the reason WHY I learned to crochet: It was the love, love, love I feel for my goddaughter <3

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How to read crocheting patterns

In order to learn how to crochet you need of course to be able to understand the instructions. But oh my, crocheting patterns are written in a funny foreign language, which is made up out of weird letter combinations and funny signs. But once you’ve got the hang out of it, it’s all fun and games. Pinky Promise ;-)! If you want, you can go find yourself a cheat sheet for crocheting abbreviations on Pinterest – I pinned several on my pinboard Granny squares and such things – go have a look! Especially if you want to work a foreign crocheting pattern (Yes, ummmm USA, UK, or Germany use different words for the same stitches. I think this might be because different people might have invented crocheting parallel. But I could also be terribly wrong – hahaha ;-)).

A collection: Stitches, abbreviations, and video tutorials

Learn how to crochet, a collection of Stitches, abbreviations, and video tutorials curated by Habiba from CraftifyMyLove.com

I figured I’ll save you the time of watching youtube video after youtube video, to find the really good ones (meaning: videos that cut to the chase, because impatient me can’t wait 10 minutes till they finally start explaining how to do the actual stitch!!!). So I started a summary – sorta an ever-growing video dictionary so you can learn how to crochet.

I’ll make sure to update it regularly, so you’ll always find all the stitches necessary for my projects. Promise!

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Learn how to crochet, a collection of Stitches, abbreviations, and video tutorials curated by Habiba from CraftifyMyLove.com

Passed the class?

Here are some crocheting projects you can make for your entire family. If you need any help, don’t hesitate to contact me!

Babygirl Hat with Flower

Free Pattern For A Crocheted Newborn Hat With Pink Flower made by Habiba from CraftifyMyLove.com

Darling Baby Flip Flops

handmade crocheted baby flip flops with a flower

Puff Stitch Beanie and Infinity Scarf for the Mommas

Free tutorial for a puff stitch hat and infinity scarf by Habiba from craftifymylove.com

Cosy Wrist Warmers

crocheted wrist warmers, handmade by Habiba from craftifymylove.com

Basic Men’s Hat

Quickly done crocheted basic men's hat or beanie in dark grey

Striped Men’s Hat

Crocheted men's hat in brown and rust stripes.

How did you do?

I’d love for you to share your experiences on learning how to crochet!

  • What were your difficulties?
  • What was your first project you finished?
  • Did my summary of tutorials help you in any way?
  • What else would you wish was out there to help you learn how to crochet?

Please reach out to me if you have any questions at all…

 

Video Collection On Learning How To Crochet

magic ring
June Gilbank shows you the right-handed version of a magic ring:

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slip knot
Katie Shaw explains how to do a slip knot

ch – chain
and shows you how to chain

sl st (join) – join with a slip stitch
fast forward to 6:30 – this is were Katie Shaw explains how to join the chain

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both loops
blo – back loop only

flo – front loop only
June from PlanetJune explains where to insert your hook when there is NO info in your pattern and where exactly to insert your hook when the directions say: Crochet in back loop or front loop only.

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pf st – puff stitch
B.hooked crochet explains in the very beginning how to puff stitch

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sc – single crochet
Bobby Thomson from Crochet Guru teaches you how to single crochet

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hdc – half double crochet
The Knit Witch explains the half couple crochet

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dc – double crochet
The Knit Witch explains the double crochet

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fpdc – front post double crochet
bpdc – back post double crochet

CreatiKnit explains you both ways and what you’ll be creating when doing so.

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inc – increase
LionBrandYarn shows how simple this really is

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sc dec – decrease single crochet
How to crochet shows you how to do a single crochet decrease.

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hdc dec – decrease half double crochet
hdc2tog – half double crochet two together
Crochet Guru shows you how it’s done.

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invisible decrease
WEBS – America’s Yarn Store teaches you how to do an invisible decrease.

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change colors
Hectanooga1 explains you how to do a color change at the end of a row and also in the middle of a row.

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fasten off
Crochet Guru rocks – here’s how to fasten off

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Comments (5)

  1. I’ve always wanted to learn to crochet! I just never got around to it, but I’m sure I’d get obsessed with making things.

  2. This is really nice, I used to do alot of knitting and macrame, I should try crocheting some time!

    1. Thank you Lisa! I want to do a macrame potholder since forever! I even have all the supplies at home, I just can’t bring myself to start 🙄

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