Hello, lovely people! If you have been a part of the online community of crochet-enthusiasts for some time now, you must be aware that the number of ideas and new sources of inspiration is enormous here. Well, our mission is to help you find the best ones! Worry no more then, you will never feel lost and confused again! Let’s get to the theme of today’s post though as it is really special. This mini-collection of Millstone Stitch Crochet Projects includes the most impressive, inspiring variations on the awesome technique you have probably heard about before. It is a real crème de la crème, so don’t hesitate any longer!
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Millstone Stitch Ideas – Article by Crochetpedia
Hello, yarn-lovers, Crochetpedia here! If your first millstone stitch project is still ahead of you, consider yourself lucky. You have just found the best source of knowledge and inspiration possible. Dive in right away, it will be a fascinating adventure!
Go to the article: Millstone Stitch Ideas.
Millstone Stitch Blanket Free Crochet Tutorial
Are you planning to become the queen of baby showers this season? Do you want to win the auntie of the year title? Well then, this awesome tutorial for millstone stitch will get you there! Use soft shades like this author did and enjoy the most delightful baby blanket of all time.
Millstone Stitch Pillow
Millstone stitch is great for blankets and throws, obviously, but you can also use it to give the good old sofa a new life! Is there a better way to change the character of your interiors than adding a set of handmade cushions here and there? We don’t think so!
Millstone Stitch Blanket Crochet Pattern
Yellow and green, such a timeless combination! It looks really lovely with the addition of white and light grey, doesn’t it? This version of the classic millstone stitch blanket makes us think of the first days of spring. Will you follow in this author’s footsteps?
Oh, look what I found today! It’s an old, vintage stitch. It’s so beautiful and it will be perfect for any baby blanket or bedcover. The structure of the millstone stitch will give you lots of possibilities of joining hues to make unique and incredible colour combos.
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