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EASY crochet baby ballet slippers – dainty crochet baby booties / shoes

EASY crochet baby ballet slippers – dainty crochet baby booties / shoes

hi everyone so in this video I'm going to show you how to crochet these baby ballet slippers with this really pretty detailing at the front for my ballet slippers I used a 4 millimeter crochet hook and my slippers fit 0 to 3 months so thank you very much for watching and please subscribe to my channel for more crochet videos the first thing that we're going to do for our slippers is we are going to make a…

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How to Crochet Front Post Treble Crochet Stitches

How to Crochet Front Post Treble Crochet Stitches

welcome back to record calm as well as the crochet crowd I'm your host Mikey and in today's tutorial we're going to explore this stitch this is called the front post treble crochet square now this particular stitch is really interesting because in actual fact you're not doing the front post on every particular row you're doing it every other one and in fact if I was just to pop it up like this you will see this yellow see…

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How To Crochet a Sheep – Yarn Scrap Friday

How To Crochet a Sheep – Yarn Scrap Friday

okay so this pattern we're going to be using some DK light wall stood weight yarn it's a yarn weight of three and I've chosen a white and a gray color I'm going to use grey for the head and the feet in the ears I'm going to use white for the main body if you can mixer mix and match all any colors that you want to use for your sheep I am you can of course use black…

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Triple Crochet Stitch for beginners

Triple Crochet Stitch for beginners

hey guys in today's video I'm going to teach you how to do a triple crochet also known as a treble crochet you're gonna start off chaining how many chains you'd like if you're making a scarf or a blanket you're going to want to chain five extra to do the treble crochet you're going to do your treble crochet in the fifth chain from the hook you're going to wrap your yarn over your hook and then wrap it…

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