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07 October 2014

Crochet Corner Update


This is a little bit more of a news bulletin than a blog post I'm afraid, but I thought you'd like to know that there's some new things on Crochet Corner for you to have a look at.

You can click on any of the links to fly off and check out the tutorial...

Just a small thing, but I've added a few notes about how I use the term 'Joining' Slip Stitches in my patterns and tutorials to the Stitch Directory.


Joining Slip Stitch (jss)
USA term: Joining Slip Stitch (jss)





I've also updated the Techniques page to include how to work round with a spiral, always useful to know and hopefully for handy for anyone keen on getting started with amigurumi. 


Working in a spiral
Beginner
How to work in the round as a continuous spiral




I've also added a few more tutorials to the Basic Patterns page.  Hopefully these basic shapes will be a handy reference for all crocheters, old or new!


Solid Circle
A very useful shape for all sorts of projects






Solid Hexagon
A favourite shape for blankets






Granny Triangle
Great for bunting







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And last, but not at all least, I'm pleased to say that I've been able to add some helpful links to outside pages that have translated versions of my tutorials.

So you can now find a French version of the Grannie Hearts by Katty at Sur Le Blog de Mes Loisirs...

 a German translation for the African Flower Pincushionby Jessica Nitsch of NadelSpielLust und MamaGl├╝ck...

the Rosie Posie Grannie Square in Danish by Mette Jakobsen of Sommerfuglen...

and even a video guide, using US terms by Emmy Lu for the Clamshell stitch pattern!

All these translations were provided by kind Cherry Heart readers, so thank you very much to each of them.


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I hope you'll find something you like!




S x




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12 comments:

  1. I shall definitely have a look at the spiral tips, it's a long time since I've done anything circular in crochet, although I could do it once. I need to remind myself, I fancy making a basket.

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  2. good to know! when in need for some italian translations, just knock at my door!!!! ;oD
    xxxxxx Ale

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  3. Thank you for sharing ... love the colours that you match .. they are gorgeous.

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  4. Ooh, lovely new tips to discover and try out! Thank you, thank you! How exciting to see your patterns translated into different languages too! International Cherry Heart!

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  5. That's brilliant I'm just starting my crochet journey so this will come in handy. I'm currently doing a continuous big granny square type blanket using left over DK. I'm really enjoying the rhythmic nature despite the rounds getting pretty long now!

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  6. So many translations! You have some great readers I think. :)

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  7. Hi. I am Kris from US I have been enjoying your blog for a while now. Your post regarding Yarndale was great. I so would love to go one day.
    Hugs,
    Kris

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  8. You are quite amazing getting all this up and ready on the new blog.
    Hugs,
    meredith

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  9. I must go and have a look at the spiral! xx

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  10. Love these all and it makes me want to get back into crocheting more than scallops!! ;) Have a lovely day! xo Heather

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  11. You are so awesome and so are those that translated and videotaped. Thank you!

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