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Tutorial: The best way to weave in ends without them popping out.

Tutorial: The best way to weave in ends without them popping out.shared by Vivikene

How to read a crochet pattern, explained in easy to understand terminology, graphics to help.

Excellent write-up on how to read crochet patterns. Great tips on things that aren't specifically written into patterns their just inherent. Plus the basics on learning stitches, what to do with asterisks, parenthesis, etc. Love this! by Kharis

Ravelry: Knot Stitch Baby Blanket pattern by Beth Michon

This Knot Stitch Baby Blanket is knitted flat and constructed using a repeating textured ‘knot’ pattern, complete with a non-rolling edged border.

This easy stitch is perfect for an afghan or blanket. It is just sets of 3 stitches, one single crochet and two doubles. Once you get into the hang of it, you can do it in your sleep! Use it for a baby blanket in a pretty pink or blue or for a regular afghan with bright colors! You can change colors after a few rows for a multicolored effect.

This easy stitch is perfect for an afghan or blanket. It is just sets of 3 stitches, one single crochet and two doubles. Once you get into the hang of it, you can do it in your sleep! Use it for a baby blanket or for a regular afghan.