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  1. http://www.womanmateandmother.com/2017/11/12/crochet-snowflake-sweater-instructions/ fairly quick pattern. The snowflake blocks make it look much more difficult than it really is.
  2. *PATTERN ONLY* https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/562772356/crochet-pattern-for-our-slouchy-rainbow Another one of Jan's beautiful hats! We love the colour of this wool; it reinds us of the autumal colours of the leaves in the trees. The wool is soft and warm and is a lovely addition to a warm winter walk! We can't stop wearing this style and always recieve compliments on the unique appearance of this hat! You will need: a 5.5mm crochet hook, yarn needle, some polyester toy stuffing and a chunky yarn; I have used the following yarn: James C Brett Marble Chunky- colour MC7 What you'll recieve: -digital download with full making instructions to make this beautiful slouchy beanie hat -our thanks and gratitude Any queries don't hesitate to email us: designdivasjr@gmail.com
  3. I made this headband using an older pattern called "Jazzy Headband" by Christina Budd. I think it came out nicely! I used Lion Brand's Vanna's Choice acrylic yarn in "dusty purple". It's for sale in my Etsy shop. I hope someone buys it, though I haven't had luck selling things.
  4. When I started to crochet I went to poundland for my first couple of yarns to test out and see how well I could do it, so if I failed at it and couldn't work out how to hold the yarn or the hook etc then I knew I hadn't spent money and wasted it!
  5. 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!
  6. 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!
  7. The 2012 Special Olympics Scarf Project, sponsored by Red Heart yarn co., is underway and I designed this scarf specifically for this project. Go to the Special Olympics Scarf Project website to find out more, and to see where in your state you can send a completed scarf or two or twenty! Chain Loop Special Olympics Scarf Pattern Instructions Chain 22 with Color A Row 1: DC in 3rd ch from hook, DC across, 20 sts, turn Row 2: CH 1, 1 SC in front loop of first DC, *8 CH, 1 SC in front loop of next DC, repeat from *, ending by changing to color B with SC in front loop of last DC, turn Row 3: CH 2, DC in back loop of each st across, turn Repeat rows 2 &3 8 times for pattern, 6 rows or looped sts At end of 12th row change to color A turn Row 13: CH 2, DC in back loop of each st across, turn Row 14: CH 1, SC in each st across changing to color B at end of row, turn Row 15: CH 2, DC in each st across, turn Row 16: CH 1, SC in each st across changing to color B at end of row, turn Repeat rows 15 & 16 61 times for pattern, ending with color B row Row 17: CH 2, DC in each st across, turn Row 18: CH 1, SC in each st across, change to color B, turn Row 19: CH 8, SC in back loop of 1st st, *CH 8, SC in back loop of next st, repeat from * to end Row 20: CH 2, DC in back loop of each st across, changing to color A, turn Repeat rows 19 & 20 8 times for pattern, 6 rows of chained st ending with color A DC row. Bind off, weave in ends and send!!! NOTE: This pattern is slightly longer than the maximum length of 60" so repeating rows 15 & 16 55 times ending on a color B row should reduce the length to guidlines. http://sedruola.etsy.com © Yarn Obsession, May 2011
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