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  1. 6 points
    Hello, I will show you some pictures of my latest project, the dragon lamp. This is my version of the pattern found on www.dinegurumi.com. The color of the lamp can be adjusted.
  2. 5 points
    My SIL's youngest granddaughter is having a baby. The theme is Llama's or Alpaca. I made a blanket and a stuffy for her. The blanket is 3 by 2 panels. Each panel is 13 1/2 by 14 inches, that is 70 stitches by 80 rows. With the edging the blanket comes out to be 28 by 43 1/2. The stuffy is 12 inches from the toes to the top of the ears. Each panel can be an afghan in itself, if you use c2c instead of single crochet.
  3. 5 points
    This isn't a gift...thought it IS for me...lol. My quarantine blanket, using up odds and ends. It measures 48 by 66.
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  5. 5 points
    I had several older skeins of Fun Fur in my stash and when I came across this pattern, decided to make one for each of my great grands for Christmas. The eyes, claws and body shape are just a tad different, but all in all, I think they will like them. Fur Bird pattern
  6. 4 points
    Here are two pics I took of the shawl/wrap I made for my friend. Used 2 cakes of Mandala Baby in Magic Moon.
  7. 4 points
    Good Morning. Very cool things you made for your niece. You all have probably seen this, but thought you could use a laugh.
  8. 4 points
    Here are a few new hats I crocheted recently for Warmth for Warriors. I used a new method on the brim of crocheting all FPDC. The pattern and details can be found here if anyone wants to make the hat. Works up quickly and the new brim tightens up nicely for a good fit.
  9. 4 points
    I got the new Crochet World the other day and DH saw this turtle. We have a friend who has had a turtle from a baby. Remember the kid you or your kids got? Well she still has hers. This pattern is using ww yarn and it is 14 1/2 inches long. I made it in thread and it is about 7 inches long, from head to tail. Took only a couple of days to make it, but I am sure it can take just one, this small one anyway.
  10. 4 points
    Ажурная овальная скатерть. Вязаные крючком 1.1. Нитка Yarnart называется компания violet. 100% хлопок. Размер 180 см на 135 см. в 67,5 см 104 ряда. Он весит 800 грамм.
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  12. 4 points
    Well, here are two little pups I have been working on. I made the light colored one and then decided I needed the 12mm noses. So I ordered some and the second one has the nose. Now they will be leaving soon for their new home. They are from a kit from Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/Crochet-Dogs-Adorable-Projects-Lovers/dp/1684124972 They are 4.5" tall and 4" long. I bought the kit, because it had a Dalmatian. They also have a cute pug and schnauzer. So here are the boys.
  13. 4 points
    On New Year's Day we were at Disney World's Animal Kingdom Lodge having lunch at one of our favorite restaurants and then went to some of the other resorts to see the decorations and gingerbread buildings and carousel. We saw a girl carrying a small crocheted Baby Yoda and of course my daughter immediately said to me "you can make one of those for me, right?" A pinterest search led me to this pattern: https://tokenandbliss.com/babyyoda/ and here is my daughter's Baby Yoda
  14. 4 points
  15. 4 points
    hope to follow along this year. I plan to donate a lot of craft items to our "Redeemed Goods" store. I hope to make some wreathes and such things. I can do crafting if not crochet I did make this one from a pic on Pinterest and donated:
  16. 3 points
    Starting to get settled in to our new home at a senior community. Prayer shawl ministry meets across the street from me. Just finished this one. They want rectangular 24 by 60 inches. This used up some old Red Heart Wintuk in Pebble with a little I Love This Yarn in Greybeard. Stitch pattern is Jamie from this baby set. https://m.lionbrand.com/item/313435353231 This pattern works really well to adapt it to work from center out and if you do it that way there is no need to add a border.
  17. 3 points
    Enjoying all the projects shared above. Here is my last batch of mini stockings that I crocheted for Warmth for Warriors for this year's Christmas stocking drive.
  18. 3 points
    My GD's dog won the Cutest Dog contest at the local fro-yo shop out of 50 dogs entered. They offer puppy frozen yogurt (non-dairy) and she loves it. This is just one of her photos used in the contest with the scarf I made her and her pose when she's told to "be cute".
  19. 3 points
    I forgot to take a pic of the cat toys I made for my GS's 2 kittens so he took one for me. The mice were easy and quick to make. I chose not to put eyes on the grey mouse since the other 2 wound up looking like zombie mice. LOL. The blue toy is made with a piece cut from a paper towel tube, then stuffed. It has a tail on the other side with a small bell on the end. I closed both ends of the toy since I wanted to stuff it to keep it's shape. Patterns: Mouse, Blue Toy
  20. 3 points
    This is my Bob Ross moment... I'm giving my gnirly gnome a happy little friend. I love making these gnomes and everyone seems to love them - sort of a throw back to "Precious Moments" but with noses instead.
  21. 3 points
    I finished the praying hands throw....hubby chose the colors and asked for the cross to be added to it... Placing it on the floor gave me plenty of distance to show off the pattern.
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  23. 3 points
    Off the hook is my brown grocery/beach bag. I used Scheepjes Catona and 3.5mm hook. It is my pattern.
  24. 3 points
    Finished these for niece's birthday on Wed.
  25. 3 points
    I wanted some Halloween decorations for me so I started with another 8" Baby Doll. Halloween Kitty Pumpkin My yarn arrived today to try out the mug rugs from Annie's mug rugs in their new Spooktackular leaflet. I'm hoping to turn them into hot pads as I've a collection of holiday hot pads. Not sure I really need mug rugs.
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  27. 3 points
    Just thought I'd share my latest mini stockings I have been working on for Warmth for Warriors. I call these the camo series with several different patterns all using a small leftover skein of SS camo and some green yarns for trim.
  28. 3 points
    Looks like I can't get enough of them... One of my favourite: Klaziena shawl Free pattern: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/klaziena-shawl Geometrica - a shawl for my brother 's wife. Pattern: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/geometrica-shawl Kalinda shawl (another one for me). Free pattern: https://mycrochetory.com/kalinda-shawl-free-crochet-pattern/ And the biggest one - also for me. Transkokonkinental shawl. Amazing pattern by 6 designers. Not the easy one. I made it during free CAL. The name is combination of words: transcontinental and Kokonki - the name of company that produces yarns. Free pattern: https://kokonki.pl/pl/i/TransKOKONKInental-Shawl/30 For all these shawls I used my own choice of color, blend of cotton and acrylic, from Kokonki.
  29. 3 points
    Round ripples I made over the last few months. I used an size H hook. Thanks for looking. 🙂
  30. 3 points
    I totally love this technique for making a wreath with the cheap vinyl tablecloths. I have the 'cloths' to make a circle one in 4 different colours/patterns but I saw this gingham and wanted to try it. I recommend the "Sissy can do it" version on You Tube - I find her easy to follow and she is so down home. I do 'see' the gingham in this - no , really
  31. 3 points
    I just realized that I didn't share the two baby blankets that I crocheted for Kathryn's NICU drive. She hasn't posted on Crochetville but I emailed her and see is doing the baby blanket drive again this year through Facebook. Here are the blankets I sent her recently.
  32. 3 points
    Not likely, that's only (about) half the diameter the pattern calls for. You are probably going to have a hard time wrangling the yarn, and then undoubtedly will end up with a sheet of cardboard-stiff fabric instead of something fluffy. Good grief, I just looked the yarn up--absolutely this hook is too small. This will be a very difficult yarn to work with in the first place because of the extreme thick and thin (I imagine it will be really hard to see your stitches even with the bigger hook), so...no.
  33. 3 points
    My "coronatime" crochet indoors & stash busting lead to these bright sunny daffs filling the vase!🙂
  34. 3 points
    This is the last dress for this dolly. I made 2 Cowgirls outfits, with hats and boots. 2 Native American Indian outfits and I thought it would be great to have a Cinderella type dress. This doll will be going to Bailey4 for her charity.
  35. 3 points
    My latest baby afghan. Colors are: ILTY in tropical pink and cream (although the cream looks very yellow).
  36. 3 points
    Making flower dishcloths just wanted a smaller project. Pattern by Doni Speigle
  37. 3 points
    The pattern states the dimensions, width is 35.5". For the swatch, chain 6". This will result in a square slightly less than 6", but the point was just to be more than 4" to avoid the edge stitches, so should be OK. Work back in pattern, you will have a few chains hanging off the end probably but don't worry about it. Based on your swatch, figure out how wide 1 stitch is - don't measure 1 stitch, measure across the 4"--example, if your gauge is spot on, 18 sts=4", so 4 divided by 18 is .22222". 35.5" divided by .22 is 161.36 stitches. I would chain, say, 170 (notice the pattern says 164, which I looked at after I picked 170 out of the air - I picked a number that I knew would be slightly too many. Reason: your may not hit gauge exactly, and you need to think the same way -- you can pick out extra chains after working back (the piece will not unravel) and it's better than being to conservative and having to start over. Don't worry about the stitch count matching the pattern repeat, just figure a rough number and add a few extra, and work back to the nearest pattern repeat, and pick out the extra chains later & weave in the end. edit- meant to add, I used the pattern gauge, but you will need to do some math on YOUR gauge to figure out a ballpark number to chain, plus a few extra. Fun fact: I've seen really vintage patterns (circa 1900) not say 'chain x', but rather 'make a chain x inches long, turn, xyz instructions for working back, cut off the excess chain'. Eek! But older patterns didn't spell everything out like like modern patterns, it was assumed the crocheter knew what they were doing to get the result they were after, and didn't need to be told how to finish it off properly.
  38. 3 points
    Beautiful work, Ladies! I just finished this small baby ghan (keeping it in case there's a need- I always seem to be caught short) I made it using donated yarn (thank you!) except for the deep rose I already had in stash. It'll drape better after a wash
  39. 3 points
    Birthday candy-whale, anyone? 🐳🎂 Here are the baby whales I made for my daughter. Well, I made many more - I stopped at 80 - and very soon they will find their new homes. More pics here: https://forum.crochetville.com/topic/162464-birthday-baby-whales/
  40. 3 points
    My granddaughter wanted me to paint her a flower for her bedroom. It is a small painting on canvas. I used acrylic paint. I scanned that and those colors did not came out right . Those colors looking a lot more muted than they really are. Now I just need to frame that. Krys
  41. 3 points
    I'm sooo proud! Here I introduce to you my daughter's FIRST SERIOUS CROCHET WORK! She will be 9 in a month and had tried crocheting before, but never succeeded - until now! One day she wanted to try making a chain and when we had many metres of it I showed her how to make scs. As I was making baby whales for her class (that's another story), she decided to make one too. And here it is. I'm proud, my daughter is proud, all the family and friends are proud 😁 Oh happy day 😁 The pattern is free from the site www.letscrochet.org
  42. 3 points
    I was asked to make cat, but my so called client wasn't sure what exactly he wanted... So I made two 🐱🐱 The small one is from Cute Kitty Cat pattern by Crafty Bunny Bun. The big cat is Crochet Kitten Amigurumi pattern by Nelly Handmade (found on Amiguroom Toys site). Both pattern are free.
  43. 3 points
    What a pain, what a pain, oh my gosh I'm soooooo glad this is finally done!!! Going to Ga to my son's best friend who asked me to make him one. I am pretty happy with how it turned out though.
  44. 3 points
    Found on ravelry. It was a labor of love and I actually put it in a competition and won 2nd prize.
  45. 3 points
    Hi all!! I finished the second mer-corn and finished off 2 skeins there, then made major headway on my ginormous dragon FINALLY and used up 6 skeins there!!! WTD +16 YTD +97 At this point, I'm nearly done with the dragon's wings and then he's all done! And because he's all together, he's huge and taking up a lot of space in my living room lol so I really need to get him done ASAP just fyi for size comparison....my daughter is a typical sized 4 year old laying on the dragon and Hubs is 4 ft 10 inches tall holding it lol
  46. 3 points
    Hello - My name is Tricia and I have a yarn problem... Excited to join this CAL!
  47. 3 points
    So yes I know, I’m not the forum much, but I’m sure below you will understand as to why.... I finished him 😀
  48. 3 points
    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Everyone. I love this time of the year. Lights and (old time) tinsel. Cookies, Fruit Cake ( yeah I love it) and lots of good smells in the air. Right now we even have some cool crisp air for Florida. I remember as a kid the many things going on at home. It never failed, the day we decided to put the lights up outside, it was the coldest day, but we knew Mom would have hot chocolate waiting for us and Dad would make his vegetable beef soup with HOME made bread. One year we had a machine that had a tube up the middle of the tree and when it was turned on, Styrofoam pebbles would fall all over the tree like snow. There was a large tub under the tree to catch it. That went out, when me and my oldest sister shot the stuff at each other when we were taking it down. Our last real tree was the year my brother was home from the Navy and he went for a real tree. Beautiful till we took it down. By the time we got it out the door, there was not a needle on it. They were all over the floor. I have a million of fun stories from my childhood, when life was easier for us kids anyway. Tell me some of your favorite stories.
  49. 3 points
    I finished this project last night. I already had all the supplies except the trees and the bell so it cost me $3 total from the Dollar Tree. I may put a string of tiny lights around the base if I can find them. I couldn't find any boots so, I used a vase that looks like a tree trunk. The whole thing measures about 24 inches tall. Link for instructions: https://diycuteness.com/diy-tree-gnomes/ ETA: Hahaha, looks like he's leaning a bit! Fixed.
  50. 3 points
    I found a pattern for woodland animals, Santa & Mrs. Clause. They were all suppose to be done in ww yarn, but for me 4" was to big, so I made them in size 10 thread. I made the little angel with the candles on her head in size 3 thread. Something new for my tree.
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