+-*The Mistake Rib Stitch is a deceptively simple pattern that uses offset stitches to create its signature seeded ribs. Unlike most ribs, this stitch doesn't pull the fabric in. It is a wonderful reversible pattern with a rich texture that would work well for scarfs, blankets, and other cozy projects.
+-*The double crochet two together decrease (dc2tog) is a basic decrease stitch that helps shape your project by removing stitches from your pattern in a row that uses the Double Crochet stitch. It is used in everything from sweaters to hats to bags.
+-*This video will help you learn how to knit the slip slip knit (ssk) decrease. This technique is used to remove stitches from your knitting and help shape your work. You will need to know how to decrease in order to knit hats, sweaters, and some mittens and gloves.
+-*The Problem There’s a small debate over whether or not a Yarn Over is considered an increase. This post discusses the similarities and differences between traditional knitting increases and a yarn over. Definition Of An Increase Before we can talk about what makes a Yarn Over, we first need to …
+-*Clusters VS. Decreases If you have not been crocheting very long it’s easy for certain techniques to be confused with each other. Two that are often mixed up are clusters and decreases. While both of these elements have similar methods of creation, they have completely different purposes. The Definition of …
+-*The Bloque Stitch is a nice solid textured stitch. Using only chains, double crochet stitches, and the occasional half-double crochet, this stitch forms into a strong interlocking pattern. An easy stitch, it would work well for bags or cushion covers.
+-*This classic Shetland lace pattern is a breeze to knit. With it's beautiful scalloped edges, it's a great way to edge a piece. It would work great on a shawl, cardigan, or a lacy skirt.
+-*The Textured Cable Stitch is a beautiful seeded cable pattern. While this cable can look intimidating, all you need is to keep you knits and purls in check, and this cable will come out great in a snap. Its syncopated cable pattern would look great on Aran Sweaters or a …
+-*The Two Color Interlocking Block Stitch is a colorwork stitch with a lot of visual impact. Using only chains and double crochet stitches, this stitch forms into a strong vertical stripe pattern. Easy to make, it would work well for bags or cushion covers.