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  1. I am looking for a pattern for the attached picture. My daughter saw it on Pinterest and wants me to make her one.
  2. I made these two blankets for my daughter's dolls. The second one really needs to be washed and dried, as it is all stretched out and so lays funny.
  3. crochetbug13

    Dotghan 1.5

    This is the third in a series of blankets inspired by the mobile video game, DOTS. Here is my blog post about this most recent adventure, and here is a photo:
  4. I recently finished two large granny square blankets. I really had fun making these now that I have mastered my granny square technique. The blue, white and yellow one is for my daughter. The teal and beige one was for me! So rare that I make something for myself. http://www.crochetcricket.com/large-granny-square-blanket/
  5. Hello everyone, Recently I finished this ocean waves baby blanket for my new nephew due this August. I am really happy about how it turned out. This is a free pattern from Red Heart Yarn. Mikey from the Crochet Crowd was doing another Crochet Afghan Challenge. I did not enter into the challenge but still wanted to try the pattern. I can only advise you to use a 5mm instead of a 5.5mm if you want the blanket a little tighter. This is what I plan to do if I make another one of these. Overall I really enjoyed this pattern. It is really simple and Mikey has some really good tutorials on youtube. http://www.crochetcricket.com/ocean-waves-baby-blanket/
  6. New Free Mini Class Available: Angel Afghan Square Free Pattern: http://www.crochetkim.com/patterns/angelafghan.html Free Video Mini Class Part 1 (right-handed) Part 2 (right-handed) Part 1 (left-handed) Part 2 (left-handed)
  7. Once the holidays are over, you may want to start thinking about Spring with this pretty afghan. One of my favorites! Link to My Blog Post About Pattern Link to Pattern on the Yarnspirations Site
  8. Hello all! Would you like to participate in a Christmas Charity Blanket Project? It is very easy, just crochet a square or 2 and send them to me in an envelope, I will take care of the rest! More details in my blog here: http://bestofcrochet.com/2013/11/10/help-needed-would-you-like-to-crochet-for-charity/ Please write a comment on the blog so I will know if we have enough interested! Thank you very much for reading! Iida
  9. Hey everyone! Hope you are all enjoying your day! My time this Summer has been spent designing a Zebra Blanket for my daughter. I first made a crochet chart and then used the Tapestry Crochet technique. I love this blanket, it turned out perfect. I also designed a simple border for around the body. So many more neon colors await this blanket, and I want to complete one in black/white as well. This chart is listed in my Etsy Shop and it comes with 4 files. They are all high quality and the following are included: a full chart in .jpg and .bmp format, a quick tutorial page on how to read the chart, single crochet, and change colors. This is just a quick tutorial, suited for those who have completed one or two charts recently. The last page contains the border instructions for this afghan and it can easily be used for any blanket you choose. My favorite part of the border is the bold color on the outside with a feminine touch and small amount of texture. If you need help learning how to perform the Tapestry Crochet technique, I am always available via email: Shawna@PurpleKiss.Co Attached to this post are pictures of this afghan. I used Caron Simply Soft for this item and it is just smaller than Twin Size. It is perfect for my toddler daughter to grow into for a long time. I am now making one in baby size with Lion Brand's Pound of Love with 3.75mm hook and it can also be made bigger by using a 6mm hook and Super Saver yarn. The possibilities are endless. Happy Hookin' everyone, I love seeing all of your projects here! ♥ Zebra Blanket Crochet Chart Pattern
  10. Here is my free seed stitch baby afghan pattern. Hope you enjoy! http://crochetncrafts.com/crochet/seed-stitch-baby-blanket.html
  11. Hello my name is Tonya Craig From CraigLoves2Crochet I am hoping I can find a few lovely people with a small amount of time to make a huge difference to a family in USA. This story has really taken my heart and had an idea to make a recovery blanket using Granny Squares made with Love for Tracee (see link) I have also popped over to ask if you would share this very special link with as many fans as you can. We are hoping that people could spend 30 minutes to make a granny square to make a recovery blanket. I am hoping we can bring a little love to a family almost destroyed by domestic violence See Below: If you can share as many of your granny squares patterns, tutorials also to assist with the cause too. Please post on my fb page under the link so others can share. Thank you so very much in advance https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151884099924523&set=a.10150173710834523.316552.810224522&type=1&theater
  12. Hello! I am a new, excited designer. This is my newest pattern. I'd love some feedback! Thanks. Ravelry http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/paris-baby-blanket-and-hat-set-with-eiffel-tower-applique Craftsy http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/crocheting/accessory/paris-baby-set-with-eiffel-tower/71332
  13. New free Baby Pram Blanket Crochet Pattern http://www.crochetaddictuk.com/2013/09/baby-pram-blanket-free-crochet-pattern.html
  14. This Ten Stitch Blanket Crochet Pattern is a conversion of Frankie Brown’s Ten Stitch Blanket Knitting Pattern. I would like to thank Frankie for giving me permission to write the crochet version of her lovely blanket. For those of you who have never seen (or heard of) the Ten Stitch Blanket, let me break it down for you: The Ten Stitch Blanket is worked in a spiral (or “rounds of rows”) around a central square of 10 stitches by 10 rows. The beauty of the project is that the short rows (10 stitches per row, less on the corner rows) propel you forward like you wouldn’t believe and it is the perfect pattern for using up any and every scrap of yarn in your house. You can find the pattern for the Crochet Version of the Ten Stitch Blanket here. Happy hooking, ladies x dedri
  15. Here is my wavy ripple lapghan crochet pattern. This was designed to fit over a person's lap and down over their legs. I crocheted this blanket for the Warmth for Warriors to use for a person in a wheelchair at the VA hospitials.
  16. Finished this baby blanket for a high school friend's first grandchild. The little one isn't due until December but for once I finished a project with a deadline ahead of time The new grandma and I have been friends since the early 70s! It's hard to believe we're so OLD lol!
  17. I just finished this baby blanket tonight. Pattern information is available on my blog if anyone is interested. I did use 1 fewer colors than the pattern called for. The color I omitted was the one that is only used on the edging.
  18. A pretty "cow" fleece blanket made with the EdgeryDoo squares.
  19. Now you can be an Angel even if you don't do Facebook! Please join us at our new Rav group! http://www.ravelry.com/groups/aubreys-angels-charity-crochet-knitting-quilting-sewing-and-crafts We would love to meet you, hear what craft you enjoy most, what you are working on, answer any questions you might have, and maybe join our blanket drive!
  20. Aubrey’s Angels is non profit, charitable ministry, in San Antonio built of love, to help meet the very special needs of precious sick babies and parents who are in need of a smile. We want each family to know, without a doubt, that there are people who love their tiny angels, are praying for them, and want to help by crocheting, sewing, knitting, and quilting hats, booties, afghans, mitts, angel layettes (burial layettes), diaper shirts, etc. working from home. We also make afghans, lap blankets, and chemo caps for chemo and dialysis patients in San Antonio. You dont have to live close to participate! We also make parent bags for moms and dads who spend an enormous amount of time in the hospital waiting room. Thank you and God Bless you for helping me continue this ministry! The group is named after my precious grandaughter, Aubrey, who left us to be with Jesus on March 18, 2011 at the age of 9 months. If you would like to join us or just drop by to see what we are doing and look around, please visit us at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/192813870824207/ New Angels are always welcome!!!
  21. Project Linus Conference 2013 is almost her (June 19-22), and while I could not fit it into my summer schedule, I still get to participate as there is a blanket challenge, and I finally finished my entry and will be sending it off today. Here is a blog post about it, and here is a photo:
  22. I did this set (Pillow, Rug, and Afghan) for my grand daughter, she loves sitting on her rug and playing with her toys there. The set has the square in softer colors, but I like the bright darker colors better. Would be great for children or in a sun room to brighten it up. It's available at http://www.sonsuray.com/afcat1.asp?type=baby
  23. Just finished a baby blanket for a co-worker who is expecting her first baby. I got the patterns from Leisure Arts "Make One for Baby" and I used Loops & Threads Snuggly Wuggly yarn. I did not care for the picot border so for the last row I did sc in one st, hdc in one st, 3 dc in one stitch, hdc in one st and repeated that all the way around.
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