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  1. Here's a link to my Kissy! Kissy! Fish Hat and a coupon code for 50% off the pattern. Read a blog post about how the hat pattern was used to help collect 29 hats for Halos of Hope. Coupon code "HOHFishFace" valid on Ravelry only. expires 3/15/2013 midnight EST sooooo, I'm new to Crochetville, trying to figure out how to get pictures loaded. Here's one:
  2. heres some things I have gotten ready so far for the first of the month donation to the local homeless shelter. There are a few more, but these were handy, ha ha. Sorry for the red, my camera doesn't like red, or purple much these days!
  3. Mrs. Micawber and I each designed a hat in honor of those facing battles with cancer, an informal hat drive, and we hope many will jump on board to make a hat for charity this month. Curly Q Hat A Hat for a Cause
  4. This is a super fast and easy scarflet to make. It would be a great addition to your collection of patterns if you're planning to make gifts for the Holidays at the end of the year, because you can make one after the other rather quickly. It is also an excellent project for charity. You can even make it from scraps from your stash. You will find the free pattern here: http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2012/05/ablaze.html Enjoy! Clotilde
  5. This one is pretty too. The green-on-green combo is really attractive in this very easy to make hat. An ideal project for a gift or for charity! You will find the free pattern here: http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2012/04/new-bucket-hat.html Enjoy! Clotilde
  6. A little something for all of you lovers of green out there! This one works up fast and is really lovely. It is also a great one for a quick gift or for charity projects that you want to work up fast and in a series. You will find the FREE pattern here: http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2011/06/peridot-scarflet.html Enjoy!
  7. Hi! I usually crochet for Warming Families, but a few years back, we got involved with another worthwhile charity on the side, a shelter for orphaned children. We are making clothing for them and toys. That was how my line of Funmigurumi toys got started, and it still fund-raises for very worhty causes, while the originals go to the orphans we help. If you crochet for a children's hospital, a hospice with children, a children's shelter, an orphanage or any other children's charity and would like truly cute, easy as pie and lovable toys for them, toys the children will really LOVE (that is the reaction we have gotten so far), then go to my Funmigurumi blog and start making them! The patterns are absolutely FREE for charity and personal use. You will find the URL in my signature. Blessings! Clotilde
  8. Hi Everyone! I have a pretty and super simple scarf I would like to share. This one's ideal for those of you who make charity items! It doesn't take that much yarn and it can be made pretty quick, and since it is ruffled and has a medallion gathering strap, it looks really nice. Here is where you will find the free pattern: http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2011/03/waterstone-scarf.html Take care! Clotilde
  9. I would like to let all of you know that I have two blogs bursting at the seams with FREE patterns that you can use for charity purposes. One is full of toys for children and the other one has mostly scarves and some capelets for women. I have found that some crocheters who work for charity have found me and have expressed joy at the discovery, because it has saved them time in searching for free available patterns. So if you do Amigurumi for little ones in need or like to make scarves, take a look at these sites, they are there in a special sense for charity! I like to give back some of the blessings I receive. God bless! Clotilde P.S. You will find my sites in my signature.
  10. I am making hats for a huge baby shower Soldiers Angels is throwing for some military families. I'm making hats and booties not sure what else. I worked up this pattern since the shower is in Texas I thought sun hats would be good. I'm offering it to be tested But only if you're on Facebook because I really need people to like my new page http://www.facebook.com/pages/Fuzzy-Feet-Boutique-Crochet-Patterns/191396234214389
  11. i had to buy another skein of the navy...it wasn't on sale this time so i didn't buy the other three colors... it's a bit small. it will be going to charity it's red heart soft yarn in navy, denim and guacamole. i used Lyn's RR pattern again
  12. 5 " Prayer Cloth Filet Pattern Finished size: Approx. 5 inches square Materials: 34 yds Size 10 crochet cotton, white #7 steel hook Boye or #5 steel hook Bates Pattern Notes: Pattern is worked in 4edc blocks. Entire pattern is worked in Edc. Follow chart beginning at the bottom right corner of Row 1. Chart is then followed back and forth until completed. This pattern is symmetrical. Pattern Stitches: Edc - Extended Double Crochet - yo and insert hook in specified st. yo and draw through st (3 loops on hook). yo and draw through 1 loop. Complete as you would a normal dc. (Yo and draw through 2 loops, yo and draw through remaining 2 loops). Mesh Block - Edc, ch2, skip 2st’s, edc in next st. Each mesh block is made up of 4 st’s. Blocks that are next to each other share the center st. Example - 2Mesh - edc, ch2, edc (shared), ch2, edc. Solid Block - 4 edc. Each solid block is made up of 4st’s. Blocks that are next to each other share the center st. Example - 2 Block - 7edc Instructions: Chain 52 Row 1 - edc in 4th chain from hook and in each chain across. Row 2 - ch3, turn, edc in next 3 st's, *ch 2, skip next 2 st's, edc in next st* repeat 2 more times, edc in next 3 st's, *ch 2, skip next 2 st's, edc in next st* repeat 5 more times, edc in next 3 st's, *ch 2, skip next 2 st's, edc in next st* repeat 2 more times, edc in next 3 st's. Continue following chart through completion. Finish off, weave in ends and block. You can also download the PDF for your files by clicking the link below Prayer Cloth -.pdf Copyright 2007, 2011 ~ Michele Shirley ~ All rights reserved. This pattern and it's derivative works are for personal, private and charitable use. The original posting of this pattern can be found here.
  13. RoseRed Designs presents: Survivor's Ribbon Shawl crochet pattern in pdf format There are 2 charts in this pattern. You can make this shawl with crosses (as shown) or without. I did this so anyone - regardless of denomination or religion can use this pattern. This shawl measures approx. 20x60 inches when made with an I or J hook (depending on tension and preference) and 4ply WW acrylic yarn The shawl can be worked in either dc or edc. This 6 page pattern is available in PDF format free for anyone who has a need for it. The pattern includes charts and instructions for both shawls, Prayer Shawl Ministry Information and Prayer & Care Instructions that can be printed out to be given with the Prayer Shawl. These shawls can be worked in any color. Awareness Ribbon colors are listed in the pattern for your convenience. ********************** Copyright 2007. This pattern is copyrighted for personal & charitable use only. This pattern may be freely distributed in it's entirety in any format This pattern and it's derivative works are not to be sold for personal profit. Use for fund-raising is encouraged. ********************** Please click below for PDF download. Survivors Ribbon Shawl 2011.pdf ********************** Note from ~RR~ : Please feel free to post pics of the shawls that you've made here. It'll be a great help in choosing which design and color for others to choose. Edited to add updated version of pattern. If you have previously downloaded the pdf you do not need to do so again.
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