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  1. RecycleCindy

    Double Post Baby Hats

    Here are some new hats I crocheted. I call them double post baby hats. It is just the basic baby hat but with a double post for the ribbing. Here is a free pattern link if anyone wants to crochet the hat pattern. These went to my local hospital's nursery last week along with a few other hats I crocheted.
  2. Iris.F

    Crochet Hippo

  3. Shirley930

    Pattern understanding

    Hello, I am crocheting a cape called “The Snow Charming cape. I am not a newbie at crocheting and usually don’t have a problem with a pattern. I am having difficulty understanding how parts are written.Row 3: Ch 2 dc in first stitch,[2 dc in next stitch, bpdc in next st] 11 times, 2 dc in next stitch, dc in last stitch; turn (37 st)This is actually how it is written. My problem is how to interpret the last part of the instructions. What do you do between the two dc in same stitch and the last dc? There are always stitches in between. I appreciate any suggestions.Sincerely Shirley McLain
  4. Brandonmartin

    Trying to locate Afghan pattern*

    Grandma wants to finish an afghan she started years ago but can't find the pattern , this is part of it . Any help is useful . Looking for resources on the pattern so she can finish it . Thank you
  5. Nikki Ranson

    WIP Star Wars R2D2 Pixel Blanket

    So the son asked me to make him a Star Wars Blanket! So I decided to have a try at making a pixel art blanket! Making small granny squares (2 rows in each) and joining them as I go. I will add to the thread as I go! Thanks for reading
  6. Hi all! I have been crocheting for ~8 years but only amigurumis with single crochet, and after Swedish patterns (I am Swede). I decided that now I will try some slight more advanced patterns, even in English, with double crochets. I found this beginner's pattern but I have started over about 4 times already. I don't get it. The pattern can be found here: https://hannicraft.blogspot.com/2013/03/simple-beret-crochet-pattern.html I have attached how my work looks like. I am now working on round 3 and it really does not look like the beret on the photo in the pattern. What I do not get is: The beret on the pattern has 12 sections, they are very clear. They are not seen on my beret.. I simply don't understand why. I have crocheted according to what it says: R3: 3 chain stiches and then make 1 double crochet in the same stich. Then continuing with 1 double crochet in next stich. Then 1 chain. Then 2 double crochets in next stich, then one double crochet in next stich + 1 chain. Repeating that that 11 times starting with the 2 double crochets. My work is all bubbly at the edges. I suppose it's since I am increasing the work, making two double crochets (dc's) in one stich here and there according to the pattern. But when I see the finished beret on the photos, it does not look bubbly at all; it's flat. I have never crocheted like this before, so I do not know if it's normal and will even out when it's finished..? I am using hook 3.5. Also tested with hook 4, no difference. I do not know yarn size, I just found a ball of this yarn at home. Anyone know what's wrong..? Thank you ❤️ - Emelie
  7. Little pea crochet

    Free bumble bee keychain pattern

    https://littlepeacrochet.wordpress.com/2019/01/14/free-bee-keychain-crochet-pattern/
  8. Britty89

    Hello from the North!

    Hello I’m Brittany. Im 29 years old til February. I’m a mom of 4 lovely adorable sweet girls. I live in Vermont (it’s very cold here atm). I love to crochet and knit. Have been crocheting for at least 20 years but been doing it daily for the past 4-5 years. I taught myself how to knit about 4 years ago. I’m a left handed crocheter/knitter. I CANNOT go a day without crocheting/knitting but I tend to do more crocheting as knitting too much hurts my hands. Crocheting saved my life and sanity (sometimes it causes me to go insane) and I wouldn’t be here if I didn’t pick up the hook again. 😍💚 🧶 🧵 🧶🧶💚💕💗💞💜 I My page is www.facebook.com/lilkritterskrafts/
  9. Easily add a crocheted edging to fleece, towels, tablecloths, etc. using the EdgeryDoo Templates. You can also use the square templates to create a fleece quilt. Take a look at EdgeryDoo.com
  10. Nikki Ranson

    CROM January 2019

    Crochet Finished Objects of the Month for January 2019... Whether you started your project in January or not, but finished it in January, let's share what we have finished in January 2019...
  11. 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.
  12. RecycleCindy

    Kitchen Towel Toppers

    Here are several double layered towel toppers that I have crocheted. The first ones are the pointed towel topper pattern. The last blue one is the waffle towel topper pattern. All of these towel toppers were made using the no-sew double layered method. I look for towels after the season and buy most at 50% off clearance. These will be for a fundraiser at my local nursing home.
  13. RecycleCindy

    Blues Round Ripple Lapghan

    Here is my latest and last round ripple for year. This lapghan blanket is 36 inches wide for the Warmth for Warriors blanket drive. This was crocheted using Aggie May's RR pattern.
  14. AuntJohanne

    Woodland Baby Rattle

    This is a free crochet pattern and 2 videos showing how to crochet and assemble the rattle. The pattern is here [link] The videos are here [link]
  15. RecycleCindy

    Cast Iron Handle Cover

    I crocheted myself a new cast iron handle cover this weekend. My old one was all scorched and the stitching was frayed so I got out a ball of t-shirt yarn I had and crocheted a new one. Here is a photo of my new handle cover. I used this free handle cover pattern which is compatible for bulky yarns or T-yarn which is cut very thin from an old T-shirt and stretched. The T-yarn works wonderfully for handle covers. My old one lasted 5 years and makes it so handy to just leave on the cast iron pan. You never have to look for a potholder.
  16. AutumnBower

    Hello and intro

    Hello everyone, My name I Autumn. I am, since December 20 was my B-day, now 41. I have three kiddos; Brianna (20), Ricky (10), and Ashley (will be 9 in month and a half). Like to crochet, and knit a bit too. Really, I do a little of several crafts, just have phases that rotate! Like trying new crafts, or maybe new technique for an old craft. Love to bake, and candy making has pushed up recently. Hope that's what you were looking for, if not you'll get a better sense of me, in time, in any community interactions here! Looking forward to all the possibilities from this site, and maybe being able to share something I do or know back to brighten your experience here, too.
  17. reefefered

    butterfly afghan

    looking for this pattern or name of it ...anything
  18. 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!!!!!
  19. Karen's Crafty Cards

    Learning to read patterns

    I'm so confused... please someone help!!! It's times like these that I miss my grandma so much.. but, enough of that before I cry... Problem: Row 2: ch 1, sc in first st, *ch 3, dc dec (see Stitch Guide) in next 2 ch-3 sps, ch 3**, sc in center dc of next dc group, rep from* across, ending last rep at **, 2 dc in last st, turn. The first row had me dc multiple times in one stitch, and I am pretty sure I have that figured out... it resembles the picture, lol, but I'm stumped on row 2, I think it means: chain 1, then single chain into first stitch, then chain 3, and stitch guide gives 2 definitions for dc dec, one is two phrases, double crochet, and decrease, the other acts like dc dec is one phrase, double crochet 2 or more stitches together, as the pattern states???? Then 3 spaces???? Then chain 3, then single chain into the center of the double crochet group from row 1, repeat until the end and do 2 double crochet in the last stitch, turn.... I'm horribly confused by dc dec, and the spaces... please help
  20. RecycleCindy

    Christmas Towel Toppers

    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.
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