Learn to Waterfall Crochet Pattern
- This new technique uses chain spaces to form a lattice to work over.
- No more carrying the dropped color across the row, and no more midrow color changes.
- Colors are worked the entire row and color changes are only done at the ends of rows.
- Over 100 color photos and tips are included to make learning this new technique fun!
- Plus, video stitch tutorials are added to your bookshelf with each purchase!
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June 2, 2020
Do you have a video on crochet waterfall dishcloth
Annie's Customer ServiceEllissa - You can access the video by logging in to your account and accessing your bookshelf. Then click on the "Video" tab for the video.
May 1, 2020
This book is great. The patterns are fun to do. I made several practice pieces that were not hard. However, I don't seem to have access to the video.
Annie's Customer ServiceLinda - you can access the video by logging in to your account and accessing your bookshelf. Then click on the "Video" tab for the video.
March 14, 2020
I also purchased this book from Joanne Fabrics here in Upstate New York. I have tried to learn the waterfall stitch by the book but I am just not getting it. Do I have to purchase the download in order to get the video tutorial? I started with the Hot Pad - the first color went smooth - I am now stitching into the lattice and it has me stumped. I love the pattern though - very pretty.
Annie's Customer ServiceSandra - The video for the pattern has been added to your bookshelf. Please log in to your account and access your bookshelf for the video.
March 10, 2020
I bought this book at AC Moore's closing sale. I've read that there is a video as well. How do I go about getting that?
Annie's Customer ServiceSusan - We have added the video for the book to your bookshelf. Please log in to your account and access "My Bookshelf & Videos" for the video.
December 28, 2019
Just bought the Book at JoANN Fabrics and have the video. While I think it's a great thing, maybe there should have been a how-to video for the first pattern in the book (dishcloth).