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  1. Get Festival Feels With This Geometric Crochet Boho Wall Art | Home + Living DIY Tutorial + Free Crochet Pattern This little wall hanger is SO quick and easy and really cute and quirky... See the full tutorial here: http://setfreemygypsysoul.blogspot.co.uk/2016/05/free-crochet-pattern-geometric-bohemian-design-fibre-wall-art-diy-tutorial.html
  2. Hi, hello! I'm new to the forum in desperate need of help! I'm brazilian and on sunday there will be a very cool event in which people get together to crochet granny squares and subsequently attach them together to make afghans for donation! We get a few very cold days here in São Paulo and a lot of people suffer and even die from exposure every year. Last year they managed to make more than 200 afghans which is already a big help. Every one counts. This will be my first time participating and I wanted to start making them ahead, so I'm looking for a pattern that will meet some requirements: - It has to be 30 cm x 30 cm (11.8 in x 11.8 in). - It has to be simple to be FAST so I can make as many as possible. - It has to make a warm afghan. (I'm saying this because maybe if it has a lot of "holes" in it, it might not make a very warm afghan when sewn together. Maybe?) Can anyone help me with a pattern? Thank you so much in advance!!
  3. Here's a doll I designed last year. It does not require much yarn, it's good if you have some leftovers. One photo is by me, one by ravelry user madebyrosie, who tested the pattern. You can find the free pattern ON MY FACEBOOK.
  4. http://idesignadventures.blogspot.com/2011/10/leg-warmers.html Please visit the original blog post! Thanks! Super Cute, Fun & Easy Leg Warmers Materials needed: *H hook *Red Heart Super Saver yarn in Coffee *Coordinating buttons - I used 6, 3 on each legwarmer. This could be cute with one button in each shell, going all the way down... or even without buttons! It's up to you! Stitches Used: ch=chain DC=double crochet SC=single crochet Sl st=slip stitch Ch 47 R1: DC in 3rd ch from hook and each ch across. Ch 2, turn. R2-22: DC in each stitch across. Ch 2, turn. R23: DC in each stitch across. Turn work. R24: 5 DC in 2nd stitch (shell). *Skip 2 stitches, SC, Skip 1 stitch, 5 DC in stitch (shell).* Repeat *-* to end of last shell. (9 shells made). Sl st in last stitch. Tie off & weave in ends. Repeat to make second leg warmer.
  5. For those of you who remember my Skillet Grabber I now have something else even quicker and easier. I was cooking a pot of beans (yes,the picture is of the pot of beans) this morning when I decided to stick the skillet grabber onto the (hot) glass handle of the top, and then I thought [Well, I can do better than this...] and sat down with my crochet hook and yarn. Here's what I made: Top Grabber WW yarn (you will use two strands held together) Crochet hook size 7mm (US K, I think) No gauge Holding 2 strands of yarn together, ch 2, 6 sc in 2nd ch from hook. Place a marker at beg of rnd and work in spiral Rnd 2: 2 sc in each sc around (12 sc) Work 3 rnds even sl st in next sc and end off. Hide loose ends. This is quite customizeable if you want to make it for larger-diameter acrylid lid handles (yes, they get hot too). Simply make another rnd or two of increases (inc 6 sts each rnd), and then 2 or 3 rnds even. That's it! Enjoy! It only takes a few seconds, it works great for all-glass lids whose handles get hot when you're cooking. And since it should never get hot enough to melt it, you can use acrylic instead of cotton if you like, the one in the picture is some scraps from my stash that I have no idea of the brand, but it's WW acrylic. It should only take a few yards to make one, so make a bunch and give them away/sell them!
  6. http://idesignadventures.blogspot.com/2011/10/leg-warmers.html Cute, easy and fast to whip up!
  7. Hi Everyone! I have a pretty and super simple scarf I would like to share. This one's ideal for those of you who make charity items! It doesn't take that much yarn and it can be made pretty quick, and since it is ruffled and has a medallion gathering strap, it looks really nice. Here is where you will find the free pattern: http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2011/03/waterstone-scarf.html Take care! Clotilde
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