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  1. Here is a wash mitt I crocheted from recycled t-shirts cut very thin. Here is the free pattern for the crocodile t-shirt yarn wash mitt. You could use the same pattern with regular cotton yarn but just make sure the width of the mitt is wide enough. Add another crocodile stitch shell if needed for a wider mitt.
  2. Here is my latest free crochet pattern. It's a crocheted oven mitt using the crocodile stitch and is crocheted in the round. Here is the link to the crocodile stitch oven mitt pattern. Enjoy!
  3. Here is my crocodile stitch baby bib pattern. These are very quick and easy once you learn the crocodile stitch. I have made four of them already. Here are two that I have crocheted. Enjoy!
  4. Hi Everyone, I finally finished the Crocodile stitch Baby Blanket on July 15, 2012 Sunday. But couldn't post it till they got it in the mail. I made the time today to get this in Ravely and Flicker. Seems every day goes by another day gone, so today I didn't do anything till I got it done. Below are the links to my Thread Addicts, Flicker, Ravelry page. http://www.ravelry.com/people/sunnywolfgar It took me a long time to finish this blanket, Altho it is easy stitch once you learn it. I learned it over on You tube as everyone was talking about it.. But life just got in the way- alot just to much going on. Crocheted on it when I could. There are 97 rows. But you have to crochet 2 rows to get the Crocodile Scales Effect so I actually crocheted 194 rows for this baby blanket. Plus 5 rows of Front Post stitch and 2 rows of Crab stitch for the border. The yarn is Hobby Lobby Baby Bee yarns and used Sweet baby line. Baby Cameo Variegated color and Teddy Bear color. The Border: Rows 1-3 is crochet using Front Post Stitch, I had 3 yarns -2 Baby Cameo with 1 Teddy Bear, 4th n 5th rows 1 Baby Cameo yarn and 2 Teddy Bear yarn. Crab Stitch 2 rows using 1 Baby Cameo yarn and 2 Teddy Bear yarn. I did not use the whole 14 skeins. 12 Skeins of Baby Cameo, and 2 skeins of Teddy Bear. There was about half left over from each color. I did buy 19 skeins total. Always buy extra yarn as everyone crochets different. I did take 6 skeins back to Hobby Lobby for a refund as I didn't use it all. Baby James will be very warm during springs, fall, winters for the next several years of his life. I picked this stitch for baby james cause when his daddy--our nephew was little, he grew up in Florida around Crocodiles's and Lizards and many more animals. He is now married, in the military and baby James comes along. :-) I used the same yarn to crochet baby James Baby booties crocheted in the form like tube socks, they will adjust with him as he grows. He will get a little wear from them to keep his feet warm. Would I crochet this stitch again for the whole baby blanket…….no. But I would use the Crocodile stitch on borders and trimmings--yes. WARNING: The Crocodile Stitch eats up alot of yarn!
  5. Sorry but I dont have the pattern written up yet I hope you enjoy the video
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