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Welcome ! Can you believe it's Christmas time already ?
Not only is it the crazy time of year its also time for our Christmas Eve Cast on !
Last year we did the scraptastic granny project and this year we are doing a scraptastic basket weave project
I am so excited because this year because I have teamed up with the wonderful Rhonda from Oombawka Design
We will be using her free crochet pattern that you can find on her website
I used Red Heart Super Saver left overs from this years projects. This pattern will work with any thickness of yarn. More details can be found in the video below
Place you can find Rhonda
Free written pattern
Below is all the information you need for the Christmas Eve Cast on
The second video is the video tutorial for the basket weave stitch
This shawl pattern is rated as easy and puts a twist on the traditional granny stitch and works up fast
I love this shawl and its easy to adjust where you want your contrast colour and hardly any ends to sew in YAY !
My pattern is available in a video tutorial and a written pattern
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In today's tutorial you will learn how to make the cowl neck poncho. Easy and can be made in sizes from toddler to adult ! If you have made many of my projects you may recognize the pattern, its the cowl poncho with a makeover !
Claudia from the Crochet Luna Podcast recreated the old version with style and brought it into 2017
Claudia also has a crochet podcast on youtube
Crochet Luna Podcast
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Hi! My name is Clare and I am the voice behind Crochet with Clare YouTube channel, a place where you can learn to crochet. I love teaching crochet and even after 12 years, I still can't believe I get to do this every day! I have met many wonderful people through crochet, many of which have become great friends. I hope your crochet journey is as enjoyable as mine.
Kinga from myhobbyiscrochet.com has fabulous free patterns on her blog