I have finally finished the tutorial for Part 2, Crocheting the Strips, and all I have to say is "Holy Schnikes"! I swear the project itself is extremely easy, but writing the tutorial was a tad bit overwhelming! There are almost 40 photos! I try to be detail minded when I write tutorials so our beginning crafters and our global friends that can't read English can tackle our projects. So, for those of you that have been waiting, it's finally good to go! There are 2 more parts to the tutorial. Part 3 focuses on joining the strips, and Part 4 shares how to finish your project. I'll get those up sometime in the next week. 

So, whether you are ready to learn how to crochet the strips, or just want to marvel at the colossal size of this tutorial, Part 2 of the Hairpin Lace Tutorial is available HERE or with our FREE patterns.   



I have never crocheted before but I liked the sound of this last week. I looked over the tutorial. You are right. WOW. But the directions look so clear I think I can do this. I already bought the loom. I'm ready to get started. Wish me luck!

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