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  1. Hello Everyone, I am from China, I love crochet very much.....
  2. I am looking for a Dalmatian Puppy crochet afghan or blanket pattern. The pattern that I'm looking for is made in squares. (12" or so) They are red with the white and black speckled Dalmatian head crocheted right into the pattern. (Single Crochet stitches or possibly the Afghan Stitch, not sure.) The ears are made to be floppy or sewn on after the square is made. They hang loose and floppy from the blanket. I came across this pattern in my crochet pattern library around 10 - 12 years ago and have not seen it since! My pattern collection is so extensive, it takes up 2 bedrooms in my house. Every time I start going through every book I have, I get distracted and want to make half of what I find! I can never get through my collection enough to find it. Does anyone know the pattern I'm speaking of? At least the name of the book or subscription it is in? Please help! Thanks, Sherry
  3. I found this beautiful pattern on the Internet very well explained and decided to make some pillows for my couch, everything seemed fine until I realized I would not get to follow the pattern, but I still didn't give up the idea and changed a bit until I got a similar outcome. What do you think? The second is the result. The instructions for the first image pattern found here along with a video tutorial: Free crochet pattern Pondoland Square – Tutorial I hope I have more talent for the next to succeed in following the pattern, because lately I have been without time for crochet. Kisses Love you all!
  4. Here's another free pattern perfect for spring https://holyrollinhooker.wordpress.com/2017/04/10/aqua-lass-poncho/
  5. Crochet this beautiful 18 inch tree skirt for your twig tree to complete your spring decorations. Inspired by primroses and cherry blossom and the colours of spring. Matching 8 inch mandala included. Click here for more details or to download the Tree Skirt and Mandala Pattern. Little Conkers Schedule
  6. Simple pattern for an EU Flag Click here to go to the free EU Flag crochet pattern. Little Conkers Schedule
  7. RAVELRY: http://www.ravelry.com/stores/pd-designs/ ETSY: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PDDesignsStudio?ref=hdr_shop_menu&section_id=21015453 ARTFIRE: https://www.artfire.com/ext/shop/home/PDDesigns COUPON CODE: MARCH
  8. Here's another free pattern from my blog. Super simple design that works up in about half an hour. Enjoy https://holyrollinhooker.wordpress.com/2016/12/12/the-charlotte-victorian-neck-wrap/
  9. Hello! I'm a beginner at crochet, and so far the only thing I've made was a basket, and the instructions were written in print. I thought I had gotten the hang of it now and wanted to try something more complex and found a coin purse pattern. Unfortunately, I have no idea how to read this chart. I could figure out the double crochet, but I have no idea what the slanty ones are, or the round ones, or how to connect what looks like the bottom part of the pattern to the walls. If someone could provide some clues or point me to a chart, that would be a great help!
  10. Check out my newest pattern the Apple Orchard Cowl download here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/apple-orchard-cowl
  11. Howdy all! I've got a new free crochet pattern to share for a fun and quick to work up water bottle holder, for hands free hydration. Happy hooking! "Trendy Triangles Water Bottle Holder" - Free Crochet Pattern
  12. Hello! I would like to introduce you the shop of my grandmother. She is making crochet patterns in a very nice way. The patterns are mainly motifs found in nature or are mostly based on the ageless style of Art Nouveau. She is from Graz / Austria, and she would be very proud if you like her work. In the shop you can load one pattern for free after registration. So i hope you like it. www.modernoldart.com Thanks for your time, and have a nice day! Kind regards Corry
  13. Free PDF baby crochet pattern for beanie & cocoon, easy to follow instructions, hope you enjoy it guys. http://www.justcrochet.com/beanie-cocoon-usa.html
  14. Hi all. I have a new crochet pattern to share for a little button bag with basket weave detail. Hope you like it. Happy hooking! Little Button Bag - Free Crochet Pattern
  15. Howdy all, Today I'm sharing the "Skinny Ripples" Scarf - Free Crochet Pattern. Makes a nice spring scarf and there are no ends to weave in! Happy hooking, Joanna
  16. Big and bold the Donna Hoodie is perfect for long walks with the dog on chilly morning. The top down construction and no seaming make this pattern a stress free make. Ice Yarns Diablo Aran S – M 1338m L – XL2 1526m 2XL – 3XL 1803m 4XL – 5XL 2044m 8 X 27mm Buttons 5 mm hook 14 SC + 16 rows = 4 inches Special instructions; Foundation SC/DC INC (increase); DEC (decrease); Size (S/M, L/XL, 2XL/3XL, 4XL/5XL) Sizes correspond to Craft Yarn Council sizes http://www.craftyarncouncil.com/womansize.html The model is 5 ft 2 inches and wearing a 2XL/3XL **The pattern is available in US and UK terms** All of my patterns will be available as an instant download, after payment is cleared. So no more waiting for an E-mail or *gasp* the post man. You will need Adobe to read this PDF pattern. The program can be downloaded for free at http://www.adobe.com. After payment you will be given the choice of two files to download one for UK terms and one for US terms, you will also be sent a email with download links for safe keeping. Please feel free to contact me with any queries or comments.
  17. The "Try Me" Infinity Scarf is easy to make and has just a touch of texture. Pick three fun colors or make it all in one color. Try Me Infinity Scarf - Free Crochet Pattern
  18. Easy Wrist Warmers - Free Crochet Pattern is now available on my website: http://www.goddesscrochet.com/2016/01/05/easy-wrist-warmers-fingerless-gloves-free-crochet-pattern/
  19. Latest free crochet pattern available on my website - "The Bucket Basket". Measures about 9" wide by 12" high, great for a variety of uses. http://www.goddesscrochet.com/2015/12/30/free-crochet-pattern-bucket-basket/
  20. Free crochet pattern available on my website: Stained Glass Stripes Beanie - Free Crochet Pattern
  21. The "Through Thick and Thin" striped beanie is a fun play on the traditional slouchy beanie. Works up quick and would be a lovely gift to give for the holidays. Free crochet pattern is available on my website. Happy hooking! Free Crochet Pattern, Thick and Thin Striped Beanie
  22. Latest free crochet pattern on my website: Single Crochet Beanie for Beginners - with Video Tutorial Happy Hooking!
  23. The "Easy Peasy Poncho" free crochet pattern, available in adult and child sizes: Easy Peasy Poncho - Adult Easy Peasy Poncho - Children Happy hooking!
  24. I recently started a new afghan and am really truly in LOVE with this pattern. I honestly cannot figure out how to join the second second square in the row. 1st and 2nd rnds: Work as given for first square. 3rd rnd: Join to previous square. Ch 5.*(Dc3tog. Ch 1) in next arch. Insert hook from RS in center ch of corner of previous square and sl st. (Ch 1. Dc3tog) in same arch.* **Ch 2. Insert hook from RS in center ch of ch 5 arch of previous square and sl st. Ch 2.** 1 sc in next arch. Rep from ** to ** once more. Rep from * to * once more. 2 squares joined.[Ch 5. 1 sc in next arch. Ch 5. (Dc3tog.Ch 3. Dc3tog) in next arch] twice. Ch 5.Sl st in top of dc. Fasten off. I get that you are creating rows and they need to be in a straight line. What I don't get is how you are getting from the sides. When it says Join to previous square - is that like slip stitch somewhere? Or just letting you know that's what you do in this round? If that's just what you do then where is RS? I'm just generally confused -- any help would be amazing!! http://www.allfreecrochetafghanpatterns.com/Lace/Irish-Lace Thanks!!