Crochet Rectangle Table Runner with German Shells
1. Crochet Hook
Types of stitches…
1. Chain stitch – the most basic of all stitches and used to begin most projects.
2. Slip stitch – used to join chain stitch to form a ring.
3. Single crochet stitch (called double crochet stitch in the UK) – easiest stitch to master.
4. Half-double crochet stitch (called half treble stitch in the UK) – the ‘in-between’ stitch
5. Double crochet stitch (called treble stitch in the UK) (yarn over once) – many uses for this unlimited use stitch
6. Treble (or triple) crochet stitch (called double treble stitch in the UK) (yarn over twice)
2. Crochet Beanies for, Everybody,
3. Crochet Baby Hats,
4. Crochet Scarves ,
5. Crochet Crochet Flowers,
6. Crochet Cell Phone Chic,
7. Crochet Ruffle Scarves,
8. Crochet Knotted headband ,
9. Crochet Face scrubbers ,
10. Crochet Pretty flowers ,
11. Crochet Braided necklace ,
12. Crochet Cup cozy ,
13. Crochet iPhone case ,
14. Crochet Boot cuffs ,
15. Crochet Flower Coasters ,
16. Crochet Crocheted slippers ,
17. Crochet Bangle bracelets
18.Crochet Jar cozies ,
19. Crochet Crocheted hair ties ,
20. Crochet Pencil pouch ,
21. Crochet Easy slouch hat ,
.22. Crochet Leg warmers,
23. Crochet Crocheted bracelet ,
24. Crochet Leather & crochet clutch ,
25. Crochet Textured bowtie ,
26. Crochet Chunky basket ,
0—Lace (Fingering, Size 10 Crochet Thread) Lace yarn or thread is very thin and often used to give a lacy appearance to shawls and doilies.
1—Super Fine (Sock, Fingering, Baby) Super fine yarn is lightweight and typically used for baby items, sock patterns, or shawls. Lacy items often fall under this category, as this type of yarn works best for creating delicate pieces.
2—Fine (Sport, Baby) Sport weight yarn works best for items such as socks, wraps, heirloom sweaters, and other delicate accessories. It is also used for lightweight afghans.
3—Light (DK, Light Worsted) Slightly heavier than a fine weight yarn, this weight is used for items such as garments and heavier baby items.
4—Medium (Worsted, Afghan, Aran) Worsted weight yarn is the most frequently used. It is easy to work with (making it great for beginners), approximately double the weight of DK or sport yarn, and ideal for working up afghans.
5—Bulky (Chunky, Craft, Rug) Bulky yarn is about twice as thick as worsted weight. It usually works up quickly when using large needles/hooks, and it’s great to use when making sweaters, scarves, rugs, and throws.
6—Super Bulky (Roving) Super bulky yarn is a thick yarn that works up quickly. It is most commonly used for cowls, scarves, and hats.
7—Jumbo (Roving) Jumbo yarn is the thickest yarn weight, added in 2014 to classify the super thick yarns that began to appear on the market. Jumbo yarns are great for arm knitting and work up quiScar