Tutorials


Disclaimer: I am a believer that crochet is an art form. I do not believe there is a right or wrong way to it. With that said, I may skip a stitch or work something differently than you may have been taught or read in a book. This is just how I do it...

Note: If you would like to sell items you have made with my patterns, please do give credit to Tillie Tulip. Thank you.


How to crochet a simple granny square

How to add a new color to a granny square

How to create a tassel/add fringe to a project

How to crochet a daisy

Adding rounds to the daisy

Join-as-you-go method (part I)

Join-as-you-go-method (part II)

7 comments:

  1. Oh!!! I LOVE the daisy's with that color around them especially :)))) And that mermaid stitch is gorgeous. What a good Mommy you are to learn a lovely new stitch for your little mermaid~to~be. Happy Stitching!

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    1. Thank you Danette for such a nice note. I hope you are having a very nice week! :)

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  2. I love the daisy x could you tell me what yarn and size hook you used? I'm a newbie and I need a little extra help!

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    1. I used (and use for almost all of my worsted weight) a size "I" hook. Hope that helps!

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  3. How do you connect your monkey face parts with the additional thread tail?

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  4. Hi, I just love your crocheted daisies. I'm new to crocheting. The only thing I was taught as a child was how to do a granny square. For whatever reason, mine always turned into a granny circle (as a kid that is LOL!). I was wondering, you had mentioned you were going to do a video tutorial for those of us who need a little more visual learning, did you post a video somewhere? If so, could you let me know the link? Thank you!

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  5. I used granny squares I had already made and then put one daisy on each corner and in the middle. Turned out really lovely thank you for the daisy instructions and the bind as you go also.

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