This site is underused as a blog, mostly because I reached the end of my original mission and wasn't sure what to do with the site after that, but I'm leaving the site up for anyone who is still interested in learning crochet and might find this site helpful. The tutorials are available via the… Continue reading Welcome to Maddy Crochets!
Hello! Welcome to my slipknot tutorial! This is the first in the Maddy's Mini Tutorial series. Each tutorial is a little tidbit of crochet knowledge for tiny, specific things to help you focus on your weak points. If you're wanting longer tutorials encompassing more of the process, you can find my rudimentary tutorials under… Continue reading How to Crochet: the slipknot (Maddy’s Mini tutorial)
Welcome to my tutorial for the Granny Stitch! A lot of people think of granny squares when they think of granny-patterned crochet, but did you know that you can get the same effect (with more power over shaping) with the Granny Stitch? It's a very easy stitch pattern that works wonderfully for blankets, shawls, and… Continue reading How to do the Granny Stitch (How to Crochet series)
Welcome to my tutorial for the crunchy stitch! We've had a couple of weeks of two-row stitch patterns, so I thought we could go back to basics this week and do a simple two-stitch repeated pattern. To do this stitch, you'll need to know how to do a slip stitch and a half-double crochet, and… Continue reading How to do the Crunchy Stitch!
Hi Friends! Welcome to my tutorial for The Primrose Stitch. This one is another of those two-row stitches, where the stitches on the upper row complete the stitches on the row under it. As such, you'll want to end your piece on the second row of the two to have an even, complete ending to… Continue reading How to Crochet: The Primrose Stitch
Hello my friends! Welcome to my How To Crochet tutorial on the floret stitch! I thought this would be an appropriate choice for the first week of April, and to make things even better, it's a super easy stitch to do. All you really need to know (beyond the basics of chaining, etc.) is… Continue reading The Floret Stitch (How to Crochet)
The bobble stitch is one of my favourite stitches. It uses quite a lot of yarn, but it's fun to do, it looks really neat, and it makes for great texture in things like dishcloths, a good thick surface for things like trivets and pot holders. And did I mention that it looks really neat?… Continue reading How to Bobble Stitch (How to Crochet)