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  1. Here are 3 Christmas stockings I crocheted for the grand kids. The red one is for my 1 year old grandson so I didn't put the bell on it as he loves to put everything in his mouth. The girls got theirs crocheted in their favorite colors. These are about 7 inches long and we put some little stocking stuffers inside.
  2. Hi everyone. I have started the Peppermint Throw. If anyone would like to do a CAL with this, I am currently at 12/30 on the small ones and 1/42 on large ones (rounds 1-10). I hope you all will join me! Peppermint Throw from Red Heart http://www.redheart.com/free-patterns/peppermint-throw-and-pillow using Mikey's video from the Crochet Crowd https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GdEyAozyBFs.
  3. Today I was thinking of Christmas and started experimenting with some ideas appearing in my head. That's how I created these paper clip bookmarks. Tiny and nice, aren't they? But don't be deceived - those little snowmen are so time consuming, because of all the details... so I won't be making hundreds of them In case you still miss the summer, here are two versions of watermelon bookmarks too. All the bookmarks are made with cotton yarn.
  4. The old tried and true Herrschners pattern but the first one I have made, I think he is pretty darn cute!
  5. These are made with the 2 inch cabone ring, and the pattern is by Doni Speigle and it is free. Her blog is Whiskers and Wool. Lots of cute free patterns.
  6. Here is a new free pattern that I wanted to share. It is the Mini Cuffed Christmas Stocking pattern. This crochet Christmas stocking is 6 inches high and features a fold down cuff. You add a contrasting trim and hanger to finish it off. We have been crocheting mini Christmas stockings for the Warmth for Warriors and this is one pattern that I created for the drive this year. Here are a few I crocheted using the pattern.
  7. Hello everyone. I hope you are all doing well. I made a pair of bunnies. The first in a long line of new bunnies that I have come up with. I recently created a facebook page to display all the creations I have made over the years. If you want to see them here is the link. https://www.facebook.com/The-Laughing-Fox-1056913717726349/ If you like what you see, please like my page. I need 25 people to like it so I can get a dedicated link. Thanks all.
  8. Hi. I ordered the pattern for the stockings shown from the following link: http://www.momof5daughters.com/crochetstocking.html I haven't heard anything back and was wondering if anyone knew of any similar patterns? I haven't had any luck with my search and have never made socks so I don't feel confident that I can come up with something on my own. Any and all help is greatly appreciated! Thanks! KJ
  9. Here are a few Christmas crocheting projects I finished up yesterday. I am finally finished - Yea! Merry Christmas everyone!
  10. Here are several Christmas ornaments I made from recycled cards. You can use a big needle and yarn like the first one or crochet around the holes. Here are more I made. Details can be found here if you want to make any of these from your old cards.
  11. I LOVE this type of gingerbread - the kitchen stays clean and tidy, you don't have to keep your eye on the owen, and "baking" is relaxing….
  12. These are a flat variation on those little Danish heart baskets. It wouldn't take much to make a whole lot in a hurry. They take maybe two yards of two different colors, any yarn, hook to suit the yarn, gauge unimportant. With Color #1: Ch 18. DC in fourth ch from hook and in next five ch. 9 DC in next ch. DC in each remaining chain to end. Fasten off, leaving a 6" tail. You should have a hairpin-shaped, two-legged piece with a round top. Do the same thing with color #2. Lay the pieces at right angles to each other and weave the legs. Tack down the ends with the tails you left. If you crochet them, it tends to leave odd-looking bumps, so this is one case where sewing looks better. Use them as you see fit, just don't sell the pattern or claim it's yours.
  13. I was hoping someone here could help me find the pattern for my Christmas stocking (pictures attached). It is in granny squares that I haven't been able to identify from google searches but I'm not sure what terms to use. The stocking was made for me by a work friend of my mom's when I was a baby and I have always loved it. When I got it out this year I realized that I might be able to find a pattern so I can try to make one for my son. Does anyone recognize this pattern and know where I could buy it or find it in a book or online? I would love to make one for my son so he can grow up with the same style of stocking as me. Thank you so much!
  14. I made an exTREMEly tacky sweater for my husband to wear in the Ugly Christmas sweater contest. He walked away with the blue ribbon. I'm sharing the directions for the sweater base that I embellished, heehee. Tacky Christmas Sweater Hope you enjoy it. Merry Christmas!
  15. Here are some Christmas towel toppers I crocheted for gifts. The first two towel toppers have jingle bells for the button holder. I used the waffle towel topper pattern to make all of these towel toppers. The dark green topper has a shorter handle as I was running out of yarn and just finished it up as best I could with the remaining yarn.
  16. Shared my Christmas star ornament free crochet pattern on my blog today! You can whip up a bunch of these in no time flat to decorate your Christmas tree! http://www.thepaintedhinge.com/2015/11/14/christmas-star-ornament-free-crochet-pattern/
  17. Here are two little Christmas star ornaments I crocheted using Michelle's pattern she shared on the pattern's link thread. I crocheted the one on the left with recycled plastic bags cut about 3/4" wide and just followed the pattern as written. The other one was crocheted using scraps of ww yarn.
  18. The Warmth for Warriors organization is again calling for anyone to help crochet, knit, or sew mini handmade Christmas stockings for the troops. Here is the link to the 2015 Stocking Drive. Last year over 1600 miniature stockings filled with soaps, toiletries, and candies were sent overseas to our troops as a little Christmas gifts. I just crocheted this stocking and am working on more. I try and do some during the summer and more in the fall and winter months. This is my 4th year participating in the drive. You can use any materials or patterns to make the stockings and just try and make them about 6 inches long. I will post more of my crocheted stockings as soon as I get some photos taken. Please jump in if you'd like to help out the project. Thanks!
  19. LA Kitchen angels, LA angel snowflakes and gardlands, Beginner crochet 25 small projects by Sue Penrod, LA crocheted edgings. Please post will pick someone on Wednesday. 2 redrosedz 3 ratdog 4 alp 1 5 shuttlebuggy 6 nana 7 #1crochetfan 8 Avon Lady 9 mamarose22 10 bgs 11 beckyb My husband drew for me again and the person is nana
  20. AA Christmas globes and bells, La stars, Coats and clark older ornaments crochet leaflets. having problems with camera but will have pic later. Please post and I will pick someone on Wednesday. 2 becky b 3 peggy 85225 4 Avon lady 5 olg 6 mammarose22 7 bgs 8 luckybmr My husband picked this one and it is luckybmr
  21. [ Hi all, Just today took a pic of a Yarn ball wreath I finished up today!! I think it turned out sooo cute, can't wait to hang it up for the season, lol....Hope you like it, I had plans on making a couple more, but we'll see!! Its not as easy as it may at first look to be, lol...enjoy!!
  22. Here is a drawstring pouch perfect for all your little treasures. It works up fast and uses up all those bits and bobs you've been hoarding. Size is 3 1/2 x 4 inches. It uses worsted weight yarn and an F/3,75mm hook. Here is the link to the free pattern: Jewelry Gem Pouch
  23. boksie

    Elf Hat

    I haven't been here for a while, life has just been busy. I wanted to share this hat with you. A friend requested this hat for an "elf" she is friends with. Pattern information is on my blog. Thanks for looking.
  24. A garland for my home Free pattern (chart)
  25. Here are some Christmas ornaments I crocheted using old recycled Christmas cards. Just use a shape and cut around it. Here is more details on how to recycle Christmas cards into ornaments.
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