Uneven Edges in Your Crochet Projects? | B.Hooked TV Episode 7

Uneven edges? No problem. In this episode of B.Hooked TV I’ll share the main reason your crochet project is getting bigger or getting smaller.

Having uneven edges is one of the most common problems for new crocheters and yet it’s one of the easiest to fix! By learning where to work your first and last stitch, you can completely avoid uneven crochet edges and the turning chain is the key to figuring it all out. I’ll share everything you need to know about turning chains and the first and last stitch of the row in today’s episode.

B.Hooked TV is a new weekly series dedicated to helping you get better at your craft. I share a new video every Monday so you can start your week with yarn! Sometimes we talk about crochet techniques, sometimes knitting techniques, other times we may dive into project planning and productivity strategies.

Either way, the goal of the show is to make you a better crocheter and/or knitter. If this sounds like something you need in your crafty life, you can subscribe to the show on YouTube so you never miss an episode.

B.Hooked TV is based on your feedback which means each episode is created with your struggles in mind. Tell me your current struggle with crochet or knitting (or both) in the comment section below and you just might see me talk about it in a future episode!

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Uneven edges? No problem. In this episode of B.Hooked TV I'll share the main reason your crochet project is getting bigger or getting smaller.

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