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  1. https://kickincrochet.com/christmas-gift-crochet-ornament/ New free crochet pattern - enjoy!
  2. Here's my latest free pattern - a super simple Santa/Elf hat - comes with video tutorial. https://kickincrochet.com/santa-hat-free-crochet-pattern/ Enjoy, Mary
  3. Well I thought I should start the 2020 thread for the mini Christmas stocking drive for Warmth for Warriors (W4W). I've been heading up this charity stocking drive for several years now here at Crochetville. Each year people crochet, knit, or sew mini handmade Christmas stockings for the troops. Stockings should be around 6 inches long and any pattern style or color is accepted. Stockings that are a little smaller or larger are okay too. The miniature stockings are filled at W4W Headquarters with soaps, toiletries, and candies for overseas to our troops as a little Christmas gifts. The littl
  4. Join us in the Countdown to Christmas Blog Hop from October 1 - November 1, 2020 where over 30 designers are sharing one new PDF Christmas freebie each day! Patterns are available only for 24 hours - from 12am - 11:59pm EST. That's a total of 32 FREE patterns by the end of the event. Each pattern in the blog hop has been handpicked to be perfect for holiday gift giving, home decor, or a festive addition to your winter wardrobe! Just click on the link below and scroll down passed the giveaway to get started. Click HERE to go to the blog hop.
  5. I was asked by our niece if I could crochet her kids a personalised stockings, never done anything like this before, for a first attempt, I think it went well!
  6. On the run up to Christmas 2018, my youngest felt left out with his friends as they all had a elf, so November 2019 I created this one, and made my youngest smile..... And yes we had fun
  7. Warmth for Warriors organization is again requesting for crafters to help crochet, knit, or sew mini handmade Christmas stockings for the troops. Stockings should be around 6 inches long and any pattern style or color is accepted. Stockings that are a little smaller or larger are okay too. The miniature stockings will be filled at W4W Headquarters with soaps, toiletries, and candies for overseas to our troops as a little Christmas gifts. The little stockings filled with goodies are a wonderful way to say thank you to our troops and give them a little Christmas cheer during the holidays. W
  8. This pattern link was in an email today. Cute thread snowflake: https://blueraindrops.com/crochet-pineapple-snowflake/
  9. For all the Peanuts/Snoopy lovers in the group, here is an Advent calendar with Snoopy on his doghouse. http://crochetverse.com/free-crochet-advent-calender-pattern-snoopy/
  10. Hello, I'm pretty new to crocheting. I am looking to create a stocking for Christmas. The easier it is the better. I'm not looking for anything fancy right now. The less pieces te better. I have never read a pattern before, but am fine with looking things up as I go for anything needed. Any help would be great! Thank you
  11. Here are some early Christmas gifts I have been working on lately. I got all these towels after Christmas last year and add toppers to them. More details and the free pattern links found here.
  12. Here are more towel toppers and one Christmas Mandala cloth I crocheted. Also one dollar store towel and potholder set. These are all Christmas charity items for a local youth organization. The kids give these gifts to their parents or foster families as Christmas gifts.
  13. Here are some of the recycled Christmas card ornaments that I've made this year. I just love doing these as it's just so nice to save and repurpose all the beautiful cards I get each year. Here is a link to an instructional tutorial that I posted about how to make the cards.
  14. Hello all! I am not sure if someone can help me, but I hope so! I was asked (practically begged) to crochet a llama (last minute) for my niece got Christmas. How could I say no? So, the pattern I have is a free pattern from Red Heart. As I started I noticed that my counting and what the notes were, were completely different. For instance, row 17 calls for [8sc in next 8 st, 2 sc in next st]6 times-60 sc. The problem is that the math is wrong... 8 + 1 (2sc in ONE st) is 9 (not ten) and 9x6 is 54 not 60. So, do I make sure there is 60 total or do I just do the row pattern 6 times? Can so
  15. It looks like a head but its actually a mini pillow 😂!!!!! Enjoy for all TNMBC fans!!!!! Every full pattern can be found on my youtube channel Crocheters Creed!!!!!
  16. Here are some dollar store towels transformed using this double layered towel topper pattern. You just fold over the towel and crochet the towel topper onto the top without sewing or cutting. The jingle bells were also from the dollar store. I crocheted these for our local nursing home fundraiser this week.
  17. Free little pattern for a non-fattening, gluten free, vegan friendly Christmas pudding!
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