6 Reasons why you need to join Tangle Tree Creative

It's been such an explosive journey for me setting up my website from concept to where it is now.

I don't want any of you to miss out on what's already started and what is to come.

1) Free patterns

If you register with Tangle Tree Creative you'll have access to my free patterns. There are ones suitable for the novice crocheter as well as ones for the professional crafter. I update this page regularly with new creations so be sure to pop in and check what's new.

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2) Free gift

On registration you'll receive this crochet wine glass holder pattern. A practical welcoming gift that's quick and easy to make, and that's suitable for all skill levels.

It is only available once you register and can be found in your welcome email.

3) Video tutorials

Today I'm sharing tutorial 3 in which we learn how to increase and decrease in single crochet.

If you're completely new to crochet, check out tutorial 1 and tutorial 2 to get you started.

The tutorials lead up to our 7 day crochet challenge in which you'll crochet your very own star.

4) Crochet challenge

The star is unique as it is worked in rows unlike the traditional rounds that Amigurumi technique uses.

This simple method means that my Ami without the grrrumi patterns are accessible to the beginner while also being desirable to the crochet pro.

If you're not a beginner and want to dive straight into making your stars, the pattern is available for download in my pattern store.

They would make fabulous garlands and tree decorations for this festive period as would my nativity patterns which you can find in the Christmas section of my store.

5) New patterns

My star pattern is not a one hit wonder; my sausage dog and Llama use the same technique as introduced by the star pattern and both can be found in my pattern store. In other words, my animals without the amigurumi technique.

6) Free downloadable infographics

Please check out my Crochet hack sheets which you can download in the learn to crochet section.

Learn the 'slang' terms used in the crochet world, US and UK stitch abbreviations, different yarn types and hook sizes.

Wow what a week it's been. Thank you for your support in the early stages of my new site and journey.

My tutorials are currently aimed at making crochet accessible to the beginner. I will progress through to intermediate and expert level patterns and stitches so please subscribe to my YouTube channel to get notified of new videos as and when I make them.

Please share your creations via your social media platforms and use the hashtag #amiwithoutthegrrrumi or #tangletreecreative