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  1. These are delightfully fun to make, you can use a lot of colors, or two or three, very fun to do, they work up quickly, and before you know it, you are finished! and plus they are soooo useful in the colder weather too!! best of all, there are no ends to weave in, as you incorporate the longer ends you leave, into the fringe!! Yay! I have made four so far, the mostly blue one, is for a younger person, school age child, Im guessing, the two multi colored ones, are for adults, (women, Im sure, men don't do fringe, ha ha) and the grey and charcoal one is , yep, you guess it, MINE, lol Thanks for looking, I will be making more over the weeks before donation to shelter time rolls around, Hope you like them too!!
  2. Hiya all, hope everyone is doing well. This is one of my first things i made by myself and i hope somone might make use of it. This is a poncho i made for my daughter as i wanted something that could be turned around and used as a blanket in her car chair/ pushchair. http://www.sahmod.com/?q=node/8
  3. I show you my Cow booties pattern, very simple and funny!!! http://caxigalinas.wordpress.com/2013/05/14/cow-booties-patucos-de-vaca-2/
  4. Hi everyone! just want to share this cute hat pattern on my blog www.jennyandteddy.com on free pattern page,please let me know what you think? I did not know I cannot post direct link to my pattern page. Sorry about that thanks.
  5. The Pietra Shrug, my newest free pattern is up on my blog, Wolf Crochet here. This design is worked as a simple rectangle. The sides are then seamed to create armholes. The border and cuffs are worked in the round. Don't be afraid to try this. The "vines" are simply slip stitch rows. On the next row, the slip stitch row is pushed to the right side of the fabric by working into a loop behind the row. Very easy. The rest is all single crochet and double crochet.
  6. Hello everyone, Just here to share my latest free pattern. An easy round crochet placemat. Check out my website and make your set today. Easy to customize for any occasion. Short project you can do with just one ball of cotton yarn. http://www.crochetcricket.com/round-crochet-place-setting-pattern/ Enjoy! ~Cricket~
  7. Pattern Information Pattern Description: "This Cute Bear Hat is sure to get people’s attention in the most adorable way! Wear your inner child on the outside, or make this hat for someone else as very memorable gift! This crochet pattern is fun and easy! Hat measures 18 inches around x 8 inches tall (comparable to an adult size S/M)." Pattern Style: Written pattern with pictures Pattern Photo: Attached Skill Level: Easy Yarn/Material/Tools Required: Information included in pattern Tester Information Number of Testers Needed: 2 Approximate Time Required to Complete Project: About 4-6 hrs Deadline: ASAP (by December 21st) Tester Experience: Experienced testers only please. Tester Responsibilities: I will email the pattern file to be tested, edited and emailed back to me ASAP. Any Special Software Requirements: MS Word Compensation A free copy ($4.99 value) of the revised pattern PDF will be emailed to each pattern tester. Thank you!!
  8. What You'll Need: 6.00mm Crochet Hook 2 Colours of 50g 8ply Yarn Scissors Tapestry/Wool Needle Finished Size 3 - 6 Months Old {Head Circumference 16 inches, 40cm. Hat Height 6.5 inches, 16.5cm} Colours {This is the lift of colours I used.} Periwinkle Blue Apple Green You can find the free pattern HERE!
  9. What You'll Need 12.00mm Crochet Hook -OR- 10.00mm Crochet Hook 4 Colours of 80g Super Bulky Yarn {14ply} Scissors Tapestry/Wool Needle Colours {This is the lift of colours I used.} Navy Honey Wine Cream Finished Size Roughly 38 inches around and 14 inches wide. {Note: This all depends on how loosely or tightly you crochet.} You can find pattern HERE!
  10. What You'll Need 5.00mm Crochet Hook 4.50mm Crochet Hook 2 Colours of 50g 8ply {DK} Yarn Scissors Tapestry/Wool Needle Finished Size: This headband fits all sizes. You can find the free pattern HERE!
  11. http://idesignadventures.blogspot.com/2011/10/leg-warmers.html Please visit the original blog post! Thanks! Super Cute, Fun & Easy Leg Warmers Materials needed: *H hook *Red Heart Super Saver yarn in Coffee *Coordinating buttons - I used 6, 3 on each legwarmer. This could be cute with one button in each shell, going all the way down... or even without buttons! It's up to you! Stitches Used: ch=chain DC=double crochet SC=single crochet Sl st=slip stitch Ch 47 R1: DC in 3rd ch from hook and each ch across. Ch 2, turn. R2-22: DC in each stitch across. Ch 2, turn. R23: DC in each stitch across. Turn work. R24: 5 DC in 2nd stitch (shell). *Skip 2 stitches, SC, Skip 1 stitch, 5 DC in stitch (shell).* Repeat *-* to end of last shell. (9 shells made). Sl st in last stitch. Tie off & weave in ends. Repeat to make second leg warmer.
  12. After my mother passed away a couple of years ago, I got a few things that she had crocheted, including an afghan, scarf, hat and a hotpad. I really liked the hotpad, and it was looking well-used, so I finally sat down this morning and studied it, and then recreated it. I wrote down how I did it, but since I'm not sure if she got it from a book or what I can't publish it anywhere, so I just thought I'd show it off On the right is the original one that I brought home and on the left is the one I did. Now, the other side of hers is solid white, but I made both of my motifs exactly the same. I think I'll make some more, it's a really good stashbusting project.
  13. I'm making Christmas ornaments for my hubby's friends and family this year, however I'm stumped on what to make for two of his Jewish male friends that live in Florida. I can't substitute a hat or scarf, they would not need it in southern Florida. A throw would take too much time (and money). Anything else I can think of seems too girly. Any ideas for a quick, easy project I could make for each of them that would be appropriate? Thanks so much!
  14. What You'll Need 12.00mm Crochet Hook -OR- 10.00mm Crochet Hook 250g Super Bulky Yarn {14ply} Scissors Tapestry/Wool Needle Finished Size: Roughly 40 inches around and 16 inches wide. {Note: This all depends on how loosely or tightly you crochet.} You can find the free pattern HERE!
  15. What You'll Need 5.00mm Crochet Hook 50g of 8ply {DK} Yarn Scissors Tapestry/Wool Needle Finished Size: This headband fits all sizes. You can find the free pattern HERE!
  16. The other day I realized I hadn't crocheted a single scarf since last year! This was obviously much too long ago, so I decided to do something about it, and got my crochet hook out. After multiple days of trial and error I finally created a new scarf! So, I'm very proud and happy to present my newest scarf, the Chunky Button Cowl! I hope you all enjoy it as much as I do! What You'll Need 10.00mm Crochet Hook 3 Colours of 150g 8ply {DK} Yarn ~OR~ Bulky YarnScissors Tapestry/Wool Needle 4 x 4cm {1.6 Inches} Button Finished Size: Roughly 40 inches around and 16 inches wide. {Note: This all depends on how loosely or tightly you crochet.} You can find the free pattern HERE!
  17. For those of you who remember my Skillet Grabber I now have something else even quicker and easier. I was cooking a pot of beans (yes,the picture is of the pot of beans) this morning when I decided to stick the skillet grabber onto the (hot) glass handle of the top, and then I thought [Well, I can do better than this...] and sat down with my crochet hook and yarn. Here's what I made: Top Grabber WW yarn (you will use two strands held together) Crochet hook size 7mm (US K, I think) No gauge Holding 2 strands of yarn together, ch 2, 6 sc in 2nd ch from hook. Place a marker at beg of rnd and work in spiral Rnd 2: 2 sc in each sc around (12 sc) Work 3 rnds even sl st in next sc and end off. Hide loose ends. This is quite customizeable if you want to make it for larger-diameter acrylid lid handles (yes, they get hot too). Simply make another rnd or two of increases (inc 6 sts each rnd), and then 2 or 3 rnds even. That's it! Enjoy! It only takes a few seconds, it works great for all-glass lids whose handles get hot when you're cooking. And since it should never get hot enough to melt it, you can use acrylic instead of cotton if you like, the one in the picture is some scraps from my stash that I have no idea of the brand, but it's WW acrylic. It should only take a few yards to make one, so make a bunch and give them away/sell them!
  18. Hi Everyone! I have often run into beginner crocheters who talked about not finding enough pretty patterns for their skill level. Dannette is a very simple scarflet to make, yet effective enough to make the wearer feel good about her work, and if she gives it as a gift, she will feel satisfied that the receiver will be happy with it! It is a breeze to make for an advanced crocheter and it's an ideal quick gift or charity project. I made it in a rich green, but you can use your favorite color. You will find the FREE pattern here: http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2013/08/dannette.html
  19. I hope that your Easter weekends will be full of beautiful memories, family, and love! Here's the link to, 5 Free Easter Inspired Crochet Patterns
  20. What You'll Need: 6.00 Crochet Hook 50g 8ply Yarn Scissors Tapestry/Wool Needle Size: Fits 13 years and up {I just made a smaller version for my sister to model} You can find the free pattern HERE!
  21. What You'll Need 5.00mm Crochet Hook 4.50mm Crochet Hook 2 Colours of 50g 8ply {DK} Yarn Scissors Tapestry/Wool Needle 2.5cm {1 inch} Yellow Button Finished Size: This headband fits all sizes. You can find the free pattern HERE!
  22. My Textured Turban pattern has just been released in my Craftsy and Ravelry shops. You can get it for the special introductory price of just $2.49 from now through July 28th. (Regular price $4.99) http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/textured-turban http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/crocheting/accessory/textured-turban/62514
  23. This pattern is inspired by "Jamiesjems", with some modifications and bigger size. http://caxigalinas.wordpress.com/2013/04/11/lady-bug-booties-pattern-patron-de-patucos-de-mariquita/
  24. I made this for my youngest granddaughter, Maddie. She turned 2 yesterday. Her party is this afternoon, so that is when I'll be giving it to her. I'm hoping it fits her. To me it looks a bit small, but she is a little peanut, lol. The pattern is called TooDee Frutti by Vickie Howell.
  25. What You'll Need: 6.00 Crochet Hook 5.00 Crochet Hook {If you're making the flower} 2 Colours of 50g 8ply Yarn Scissors Tapestry/Wool Needle Big Button Size: Fits 13 years and up {I just made a smaller version for my sister to model} You can fine the free pattern HERE!
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