Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'boy'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Crochetville Basics
    • Introduce Yourself
    • Crochetville Announcements
  • Crochetville Essentials
    • Crochet Help
    • Seeking Patterns
    • Crochet-Alongs (CALs)
    • Crochet Show-and-Tell
  • Crochet Discussion
    • Crochet Patterns
    • Crochet Yarn
    • Crochet Hooks and Gadgets
    • Crochet Shopping
    • Crochet in Popular Culture
    • Crochet Web Sites
    • Crochet Publications
    • Crochet Reference
    • Special Crochet & Fiber Techniques
    • Crochet Discussion: Everything Else
    • Get to Know You: Crochet Q&A
  • The Exchange
    • Crochet for Charity
  • Crochet Activities
    • Crochet Events
    • CGOA: Crochet Guild of America
  • Crochet Business Center
    • Crochet as a Business
    • Seeking Pattern Testers

Product Groups

  • Meetups
  • Crochetville Patterns
  • Online Classes
  • Pin Looms
  • Needle Felted Sheep and Mice
  • Unavailable
    • Online Business Classes
    • Pattern Uploads

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


Real name


Ravelry ID


Short bio


Location


Hobbies


Occupation


Favorite hooks


Favorite projects


Crocheting since...


My web site

Found 16 results

  1. I am pregnant with my first child and I have been killing time by crocheting and knitting for him. I thought waiting to get the positive test was hard - waiting 40 weeks is unbearable! I can't wait to put him in this little sweater < 3
  2. I am posting the pattern for my tear drops on my Facebook page. Please feel free to make some for yourself or others. I have gotten positive feed back on them. It's been such a muggy day today. My skin is sticky from the moisture. Three more days of this them maybe some relief. Please take the time to like my Facebook Page. Tear Drop pattern by The Laughing Fox www.facebook.com/laughingfoxcrochet I got my extension. I'm no longer a bunch of numbers.
  3. 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.
  4. Hello everyone. I hope you are all doing well. I am making a bunny with a slouchy beanie hat and a scarf on my face book page. I invite everyone to make a cute bunny with me. I am posting a pattern piece by piece on Facebook. I am also posting tips and tricks to make your plushies perfectly seamless. So come join me in making something cute and cuddly. The link to my Face book page is..... https://www.facebook.com/The-Laughin...6913717726349/ Please like my page. I would appreciate it. All patterns posted are my own so no one has to worry. I make stuff up out of my head. yay!
  5. Hi, I just finished my baby amigurumi pattern. Aren't they cute? You can find them here: http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/crocheting/toy/baby-boy-girl-amigurumi-crochet-pattern/158917 or here: https://www.etsy.com/nl/listing/243333431/cute-baby-boy-and-girl-amigurumi-doll?ref=shop_home_active_2 I hope you like them Tinneke
  6. Hello there! It's been so long since I've been on here! I'm so happy to see it's still going, and looks to be going strong. Any way, I've been making berets for a few months now. I live in the Ft. Bragg area, and EVERYONE here is Army, so there's a lot of demand for them. I finally typed up a pattern for them. Got some friends to test. I had to share the photo of my friend's kid. TOO CUTE not to share:) .https://www.flickr.com/photos/97712210@N00/19190921084/in/dateposted-public/
  7. Hello everyone. I made a girl turtle to match the boy one I had. check it out. If you would like to learn how to make your own, check out my blog at http://crochetsoup.blogspot.com/ or you can visit my website at www.crochetsoup.co.nf
  8. crochetsoup

    Cute Little Bee

    Here is a bee I made. He has a cute hat and a baby bee! Hope you like it. If you like making amigurumis join my facebook and lets be friends! www.crochetsoup.co.nf Check out my website! http://crochetsoup.blogspot.com/ Follow my blog for cool updates!
  9. Hey peoples! So I made this awesome little cat. He is made of 100% wool! He's so soft and cuddly. I love working with natural fibers. Safe, clean and awesome for the environment. No oily film or toxic fumes yay! Crochetsoup Check out my website! Follow my new blog at http://crochetsoup.blogspot.com/
  10. Hey peoples! Here I am again up to no good. I made a new pattern. I took the old tear drop pattern I had and revised and reinvented them. Well, they look great! All my patterns are free and can be used by anyone. If you make it you can sell them. just give me credit and link or let people know of my website. Just don't sell my pattern. Thanks. www.crochetsoup.co.nf Look for the patterns link on the home page. www.facebook.com/pages/Moises-Flores/393862037482092 Please follow us on Facebook for future patterns and free giveaways. I am currently giving Tear Drops away... you just have to make a comment under the giveaway picture and like my page. The winner will be announced via Facebook. If my website happens to be down because of too many visitors, LOL. Just message me on Facebook and I will email it to you. Thank you.
  11. I'd like to make a baby sweater for my new grandson for Valentine's Day. My preference in yarn is worsted weight - usually Red Heart. He is 3 months old, but it seems everything I make to fit a 3 month old is too small. He doesn't seem to be an extra big boy, so maybe it's because I crochet tightly. So I'm probably looking for a 6 month size. If you can recommend any patterns (preferably free, but I am not ruling out paid patterns) please point me in the right direction. I'm easily overwhelmed right now, so the easier the better. Thanks!
  12. our new crochet boys and girls hooded top http://www.shifio.co.uk/patterns/275.html our new boys knitted set http://www.shifio.co.uk/patterns/274.html
  13. http://www.shifio.co.uk/patterns/wintermatinee35.htm
  14. http://www.crochetaddictuk.com/2013/10/jester-scarflettescarf-free-crochet.html Items required 5mm (H) hook Double knit (8 ply) Jester yarn available from Designer Yarns – 1 skein used for scarflette or 2 for scarf Stitch marker Wool needle If you have any problems please email me at: susand1408@gmail.com or find me at http://www.crochetaddictuk.com Gauge 8 sts & 6 rows = 2” Approximate Size Scarflette Length: 34” (86.3cm) Width: 5 1/2” (14cm) Scarf Length: 68” (172.6cm) Width: 5 ½” (14cm)
  15. Aang Beanie Hat Crochet Pattern 1 yr+ http://www.crochetaddictuk.com/2012/09/free-aang-crochet-hat-pattern.html
  16. Hello everyone! I have been working on a lot of hats and beanies this year. Here is a pattern I wrote for my son. It's an "Easy Boy Beanie". Hope you like it. I used worsted weight wool. Patons Classic wool. The colors are natural mix and dark olive. 4mm hook (you can use a larger hook but it may make your beanie larger) Two ways to begin Round 1: R1-R5 color A Ch 4. Join. 11 Dc into the ring. (12 stitches) Magic Ring. Ch 1. 12 Dc into the ring. (12 Stitches) pull on tail to close the loop *note* For a less noticeable seam replace the ch 3 at the beginning of each Dc row with a *ch 1. sc in same sp. ch 1*. Then join into the top of the ch 1 to end the row. Also, avoid joining the new color to the same st as the end of the previous round for a less noticeable seam. Crown R 2 - Ch 3. Dc in same st. 2 Dc in each st around. Join. (24) R3 - Ch 3. 2 Dc in the next st. *Dc in the next st. 2 Dc in the next st* repeat around. Join. (36) R4 - Ch 3. Dc in next st. 2 Dc in next st. *Dc in the next 2 sts. 2 Dc in next stitch* repeat around. Join. (48) R5 - Ch 3. Dc in the next 2 sts. 2 Dc in the next st. *Dc in each of the next 3 sts. Dc in the next st* Repeat around. Join. (60) *note* This is where I stopped increasing to make my beanie. If you want a larger beanie, continue to increase in this manner 1-2 more rounds is usually enough for adult sized hats. I did a striped pattern for this hat to make it look more boyish. The pattern is single stripe/single stripe/double stripe/double stripe. Again if you are making larger beanie just continue that pattern. Beanie Body R6 - (color B) Attach yarn. Ch 1. Sc in the same st. 1 Sc in each st around. Sl St to join in the beg sc. Fasten off. *note*beg ch 1 stitches on sc rounds are not counted. R7 - (color A) Attach yarn. Ch 3. Dc around. Sl St to join in top of ch 3. Fasten off. R8 - (color B) Attach yarn. Ch 1. Sc in the same st. 1 Sc around. Join. (60) *note* work your tails in as you go stitching over the top of them R9 - ch 1. sc in the same st. Sc around. Join. Fasten off. R10 - (color A) Attach yarn. Ch 3. Dc around. Join. R11 - Ch 3. Dc around. Join. Fasten off. *note* you should see a set of single stripes and a set of double stripes now. You can choose to do only single stripes or only double stripes for your beanie. R12 - (color B) Attach yarn. Ch 1. Sc in same st. Sc around. Join. Fasten off. R13 - (color A) Attach yarn. Ch 3. Dc around. Join. Fasten off. R14 - (color B) Attach yarn. Ch 1. Sc in same st. Sc around. Join. (60) R15 - Ch 1. Sc in same St. Sc around. Join. Fasten off. R16 - (Color A) Attach yarn. Ch 3. Dc around. Join. R17 - Ch 3. Dc around. Join. Fasten off. Brim *note* the brim is where you will make the beanie fit snugly on the head. It is here you need to do your decreasing. If the beanie fits well already you can just keep the stitch count the same. If not on Round 18 decrease 1 sc every 6 stitches. If you need more decreasing repeat this on Round 19 as well. Until your beanie fits how you would like it to. R18 -R21 (color B) Attach yarn. Ch 1. Sc in same stitch. Sc around. Join. R22 - (optional) I did a fpsc/bpsc ribbing to add a slight edging detail. This can also be done with hdc or dc. If you use hdc or dc to make a ribbed detail like this do Round 21 with the same stitch as round 22. If you pick HDC then do rounds 21-22 in HDC etc. Here are the directions to do round 22 with double crochet: --DC ribbing--Must have an even number of stitches. Always Begins with a Bpdc and always ends with a Bpdc. Ch 3 counts as a Fpdc. Round 21 - Ch 3. Dc around. Join. This is the foundation for round 22. Round 22 (ribbed round) Ch 3. Dc around the back of the next Dc post(bpdc). Dc around the Front of the next Dc post(fpdc). Alternate this pattern in each stitch around. Ending with a Bpdc. Join in the top of the Ch 3.
×
×
  • Create New...