Four Crochet Techniques That Will Bring Your Craft to the Next Level!

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I like to call these the “Fab Four” of crochet techniques because they totally bring your finished projects to the next level.

Foundation Stitches

Foundation stitches are a great way of starting a project without making a beginning chain. In effect, you are working your beginning chain AND your first row of stitches in the same step … awesome, right! Learn how to do it with my step-by-step photo tutorial here!


Seamless Color Changes


No matter the stitch you are working, changing yarn colors within a row can be neat and easy. See how you can seamlessly change colors in my step-by-step tutorial here.


Invisible Join

The “Invisible Join” is by far my favorite little crochet trick. It looks just like a stitch, so it’s virtually impossible to tell where the final join and fasten off was made. FREE tutorial with photos here.

Magic Ring

The magic ring is a handy technique that gives you complete control of the size of your project center when working in the round … great for crocheting hats, amigurumi, granny squares, and other motifs. Follow my step-by-step photo tutorial AND video to learn how!


3 Responses to Four Crochet Techniques That Will Bring Your Craft to the Next Level!

  1. Sandra March 16, 2017 at 2:48 am #

    I love your Fab Four! I already do three of them, but want to learn the foundation stitches which look so good! I also want to learn how to do a really good standing stitch to replace the eternal chain stitches at the beginning of a row or round. It’s easier when you change colours, but not when you stay in the same colour!

  2. D. March 16, 2017 at 11:27 am #

    I couldn’t agree more with learning these 4 techniques!!! The absolutely give your piece the polish to shine!!!!

  3. Nancy September 14, 2017 at 10:06 am #

    I love the tips,and bookmarked so I can refer back. Foundation stitches are terrific ~ they took me a bit longer than I like to admit to learn, but I love them now that I have them (pretty much 😉 ) down 🙂 The other 3 I need some work on still ~ as a visual learner, I love the tutorials <3

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