New Videos This Week!

Welcome back to this week's videos! Each week I will be sharing the week's video tutorials. In case you missed them, here's another opportunity to learn something new or help you with a project. Thanks for watching and if you have an idea or suggestion for a new video you haven't seen yet on Fiber Flux, be sure to comment below! There is also a link to each project for the written tutorial, if you'd like to have the written version too.

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First up is the April Showers Scarf...soft, light and airy!

Next is the foundation double crochet stitch, also known as the "fdc"  This stitch eliminates the need for a long starting chain when starting a project...awesome!

Next up are super cute butterflies made from granny hexagons!  This easy little project is perfect for spring!

Last but not least is the Freshwater Pearls Necklace...this stunning bracelet makes a fabulous gift!

That's all for this week lovelies! Again, be sure to leave any suggestions you may have for new videos...and of course, happy stitching!

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1 comment:

  1. Thank you for all your helpful and well-explained videos! I have just enjoyed making a hexagon butterfly!


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