Emi Harrington


Emi Harrington

Emi Harrington, has been crafting in one way or another ever since she can remember! Her love of crafts began at a very early age, and she is constantly in "crafting mode." Papier-mache, Woodworking, Jewelry making, Sculpting, Wood Carving, Oil Painting, Painting in Acrylics, Clay making, Card Making, Sewing, Knitting and Crochet, are just some of her interests.

She has sold her paintings at local galleries, and craft exhibits, toured the craft show circuit as a vendor, designed craft projects for magazines, taught painting through continuing education classes, and has been knitting and crocheting for approximately 50 years. You can see some of her designs at www.Hectanooga.etsy.com., where her simplified, but still stylish, patterns can be purchased. And best of all, you can sell the items you make using her patterns! Many designers don’t allow that.

Emilda's Projects Have Been Published In:

  • Crafts’n Things
  • Crafting Traditions
  • Pack-O-Fun
  • Leisure Arts Publications
  • Bazaar Best-Sellers
  • Crafts Plus
  • Highlights for Children
  • Craft Works
  • Crafty Kids

Emi's Crochet Patterns and Tutorials on AllFreeCrochetAfghanPatterns:

  1. How Do I Crochet: Chain Stitch and Single Crochet
  2. How Do I Crochet: Left Handed
  3. How Do I Crochet: Double Crochet Stitch
  4. How Do I Crochet: Magic Circle
  5. How Do I Crochet: Cable Stitch
  6. How Do I Crochet: Basketweave Stitch
  7. How Do I Crochet: Checkerboard Stitch
  8. How Do I Crochet: Crazy Shell Stitch
  9. How Do I Crochet: Half Double Crochet Stitch
  10. How Do I Crochet: In the Round
  11. How Do I Crochet: Picot Stitch
  12. How Do I Crochet: Seed Stitch
  13. How Do I Crochet: Treble Stitch
  14. How Do I Crochet: Tunisian Stitch
  15. How Do I Crochet: Popcorn Stitch
  16. How Do I Crochet: Left Handed Double Crochet



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Emi, I think I'm having trouble with the magic circle because of the way I have to hold the crochet needle. I have crocheted before, years ago and find it a little difficult. Do you have any other ways to do the circle? Frustrated and confused. Christine Schott


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