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  1. You can find a lovely, quick and easy Narcissus flower applique pattern here. https://thoresbycottage.com/2018/08/03/free-narcissus-crochet-pattern/
  2. Here is the link to the my Video Tutorial - how to make crochet jewelry flower ring.
  3. Hi, I've been working on making this beautiful toque originally by Magic Doll, but I am now having difficulties with the flower. Every pattern I find isnt the right stitch/look. Would anyone happen to know a good pattern or video I could follow to recreate this? Any size is fine, I'll adjust to make it this large. Also, I'm looking for the red parts, the black parts seem to be a faux fur yarn she has added in. If I were more trusting of online shopping, I would gladly buy it, I find it stunning. I've included the link below as well as attached pictures. http://www.dezzal.com/hats/petal-knitted-hit-color-hat-p_63812.html Thank you!
  4. Good Day I am translating this shawl into a pattern. I have gotten through the first two rows (from the inside out) but can't identify what the pattern is for the bottom two petals of the flower. I would love your help with this The part that is unclear to me is how the petals attach to the row below.....
  5. Add a little sass and texture to your crochet projects with this pretty floral folk art inspired 'Daisy Dukes' Granny Square made using treble crochet, Puff stitch and Bobble/Popcorn stitch. I just can't stop making this cute little textured Daisy flower Granny Square! They are so quick and easy to work up and add texture to your crochet projects. Full pattern on my blog! http://setfreemygypsysoul.blogspot.co.uk/2016/06/daisy-dukes-flower-granny-square-free-crochet-pattern.html
  6. Hi, all! I am new to crocheting I came across this bag from Christopher Kane and would really like to make the flowers to add on to my current plain bag. This is the bag: I have this flower from the top left done so far: I also tried the daisy flower but it did not turn out well: Would appreciate any guidance I can help to make my flowers better, especially for the daisy and the big red flower on the right. Thank you in advance!
  7. http://dragonchick1988life.blogspot.com/2016/06/crochet-eyeball-flower.html
  8. Hi all. I have this afghan I'm trying to replicate. I can't figure out the pattern for the petals of the flower. Please help!
  9. This spring flower beanie is just blooming! Would look great in any spring time color! http://www.thelavenderchair.com/2015/04/13/free-crochet-spring-flower-slouch-beanie-pattern
  10. Pattern Description: A perky double layered flower with 5 petals per layer. Pattern Style: Written instructions including pictures documenting technique and stitch directions Pattern Photo (optional): Skill Level: Advanced Beginner Yarn/Material/Tools Required: Any worsted weight yard. Approximately 20 yards I Hook/ 5.5mm. Materials to be supplied by tester. Tester Information Number of Testers Needed: 3 Approximate Time Required to Complete Project: 30 minutes Deadline: June 30, 2014 Tester Experience: All stitches are basic, but pattern requires working some slip stitches back to front. Tester Responsibilities Please respond with approximate time taken, finished dimensions, pattern corrections, questions on any needed clarifications. Photos would be appreciated but not required. Tester will receive a copy of final pattern, acknowledgement in final pattern, and my everlasting gratitude!
  11. lynnf2012

    Baby Afghan

    Here is a baby blanket that I finished recently. The pattern is Floral Baby Blanket by Adi Keren on Ravelry.com. Beautiful pattern, not difficult. Used scraps.
  12. I have designed this flower brooch few months ago. and since I've published its pattern on Ravelry - it was a big success The pattern is really easy to follow, with lots of pictures of work in progress. If you are in need of some flower brooches - please, feel free to check my Ravelry shop http://www.ravelry.com/stores/lilla-bjorn-crochet-designs
  13. Hi! I have made & posted a free crochet pattern for Christmas Poinsettia Wreath. It is on my very young, very new website. Please take a look, and I hope you enjoy it! Christmas Poinsettia Wreath
  14. This is my new pattern of a pillow cover published on Ravelry yesterday. This crocheted Dahlia decoration for pillow cover consists of 9 square motifs made in Overlay crochet technique. If you use other colour palette for this pattern, your pillow cover will look completely different, and unique. Many Popcorn stitches used in this pattern give the whole design nice volume and structure. This square motif can be also used for blankets, bags or just as an appliqué for clothes, curtains and so on. The motif is very thick as it has two layers due to large amount of overlay stitches. So if you decide to crochet a double sided pillow cover – you will not even have to buy or sew a fabric pillow case.
  15. My latest completed projects! Two great patterns from two really great designers!! Flower Puzzle Ball http://creativecrochetworkshop.blogspot.com/2014/10/flower-puzzle-ball.html Taz Baby Booties http://creativecrochetworkshop.blogspot.com/2014/10/taz-baby-booties.html
  16. I'm making a donation to The Royal British Legion (a veterans' support charity) for every sale in October and November. Click here for the pattern: https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/192202919
  17. Three of my newest blankets! Giant Shell Stitch Blanket: http://creativecrochetworkshop.blogspot.com/2014/10/giant-shell-stitch-blanket.html Granny Flower Blanket: http://creativecrochetworkshop.blogspot.com/2014/09/granny-flower-blanket.html Mini Hello Kitty Blanket: http://creativecrochetworkshop.blogspot.com/2014/09/hello-kitty-mini-blanket.html Please visit the links for more information and the patterns! Happy Crocheting! Joanita
  18. Hi everyone! I'm new to the forum, and to crocheting in general (I'm self-taught through the magic of YouTube videos) and have been crocheting for about 2 or 3 years now; I have a background in sculpture so that's kind of helped I just wanted to share a few of my latest and favorite creations (Slimer from Ghostbusters, a bonsai tree, an iris, and the Jersey Devil {based off of the famous 1909 sketch}): None of these are pattern-based (I free-hand everything, and base my work off of photographs of the objects I'm creating), but if there's enough interest in anything I do, I would consider taking the time to work out the patterns. Hope you all like them
  19. My cousin's baby doesn't like hats (as many babies ) and I was asked to make some headbands. So I did; And here you can see what do I do to fit the head perfectly
  20. I was inspired by some beautiful overlay crochet motifs I saw on Pinterest and decided to make a pattern of my own and put it on a cute tote to carry around my projects in progress. My flower is not as bulky looking as other overlay crochet motifs I have seen because it doesn't overlay multiple rows over the entire motif. I used the technique sparingly to give the flower some dimension. Pattern available here. The pattern is written in great detail and includes in-progress pictures to help explain it better. Enjoy! Feel free to check out my blog for many more FREE crochet (and knit) patterns and project ideas.
  21. I'm making a donation to The Royal British Legion (a veterans' support charity) for every sale this weekend. Click here for the pattern: https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/192202919
  22. Find the pattern here: Arianna Headband
  23. This is a project I made for my mom. I should have used a 4.5 mm hook to get the gauge, but here it is (and here is my last blog post on the topic):
  24. Flower Garden Tea Set A pretty and colorful flower themed tea set. Perfect for a garden tea party! http://creativegraphicsworkshop.blogspot.com/2014/01/flower-garden-tea-set.html Thank You Joanita Creative Graphics Workshop
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