Are you searching for ways to become a better crocheter?
I put together a list of my top resources for improving your crochet technique. Included are a list of awesome crochet books, a few of my favorite crochet tools, and some links to some awesome free resources and youtube channels. You’ll be crocheting like a pro in no time.
I love that there are so many different crochet tips and techniques out there to learn. I feel like I am in a constant state of learning, heck just the other day I learned all about foundation crochet stitches.
If you’ve been dreaming of tackling that tough crochet project, I say go for it!! Make a list of the skills you need to know for it and start learning them. You’ll never advance your crochet skill level if you don’t try.
My goal for this list is to give you some great options for taking your crochet skills up a notch in a variety of different ways. Whether that is reading a book (my personal favorite), trying a new tool, or utilizing the many free resources scattered around the internet.
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Crochet Skill-Building Books
I love crochet books and there are so many great ones out there.
Crochet Stitch Dictionary by Sarah Hazell (This is my FAVORITE crochet stitch book!!)
Crocheter’s Skill Building Workshop by Dora Ohrenstein (This book has it all, there is so so so much great information in here!)
Essential Crochet tools to Improve your crochet
These hooks have allowed me to crochet faster with more even tension and as a bonus their ergonomic style is easy on my hands. I can’t recommend them enough!
These little stitch markers are my favorite, they are so nice for keeping count of stitches which means less chance I have to rip my work back because I miscounted!
Blocking your work opens up lacy patterns and sets your stitches creating for a nice professional finished look. There are a few different methods for blocking your crochet, but basically you get it wet and pin it to your blocking boards and let it dry. You can read more about blocking HERE.
Ok, I am sure there are more tools I can add here but I’ll keep it short. Do you have any helpful crochet tools?
free crochet tips and techniques
There is so much free crochet information out there on the internet! If you are internet savvy and have some time on your hands, you can learn just about anything. I’ve rounded up a list of links to some of my favorite crochet tips and tricks.
Let’s not forget Video Tutorials!
YouTube has so so so many great tutorials on literally everything. Just type in what you want to learn and you’ll get a whole bunch of relevant videos for that subject.
Some of my other favorite crochet channels are:
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