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  1. Sock Patterns For All Levels https://blog.iceyarns.com/2022/12/22/free-easy-sock-patterns-for-all-levels/
  2. Iceyarns Blog with free patterns , educations ,projects and yarn reviews. https://blog.iceyarns.com/
  3. I made this Baby Yoda from a free pattern on Ravelry. I chose Brava Sport yarn from Knit Picks. Still a lot of yarn left over! I made some slight changes to the pattern including making a belt. Baby_Yoda_Pattern.pdf
  4. I'm a beginner crocheter and this is the first pattern I've created. I wanted to try a doily but I could find a pattern to match the size yarn and hook I wanted to use so i decided to try my own. I used 2 skeins of embroidery thread and it has a wpi of 12/13 and a size F hook. I believe though that as long as you use the same number of stitches per round, then it should work with any weight of yarn and hook. I plan to try it again with worsted weight yarn and a 5mm, 5.5mm or 6.5mm hook. Sunday afternoon doily or coaster Written in US terminology Stitches used: Single Crochet (sc), Chain (ch), *Treble Crochet (tc), Slip Stitch (sl st), V-stitch shell (2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc) *if you experience cupping substitute Double Crochet (dc) for tc Materials: Yarn or thread with a 12 wpi (2 fine yarn, 3 light, 4 medium) F-5/3.75mm hook Size: between 5.5 inches and 6 inches depending on yarn or thread used and dc substitution Pattern: Create a magic circle R1: ch 1, 9 sc in magic circle, join to the first sc with a sl st. <9> R2: 2sc in each st, join to the first sc with a sl st. <18> R3: sl st into 1 st of prev round, ch 4 (counts as first st), 1 tc in same st, *1 tc in next st, 2 tc in next st, repeat from * all around ending with 1 tc, join to first tc (chain) with a sl st. <27> R4: ch 1, 1 sc in same stitch, *ch 6, sk 2, 1 sc in next stitch, repeat from * all around ending with ch 6, join to first sc with a sl st <9 ch-6 sp> R5: sl st to 3rd st in ch-6 sp, ch 1, sc into same st, *ch 5, sc into 3rd st in next ch-6 sp, repeat from * all around ending with ch 5, join to first sc with a sl st <54> (NOTE: substitute ch 6 for ch 5 if you experience cupping but do not add an extra tc in the next round) R6: ch 4 (counts as first st), 1 tc into same st, *5 tc in ch-5 sp, 2 tc into sc, repeat from * all around ending with 5 tc in ch-5 sp, joint to first tc (chain) with a sl st <63> *R7: ch 2 (counts as first st), v-stitch shell in same st, *sk 2, v-stitch shell in next st, repeat from * all around ending with v-stitch shell, sk 2, sl st into 1st stitch of prev round, fasten off <21 v-st shells> * I seem to have unintentionally done one dc in place of a v-st shell in 1 st, I counted this in the 21 but if you have issues with it let me know and if you have any suggestions or corrections, let me know, because I'm only a beginner and I'm not sure if I might have done anything wrong.
  5. https://myfingersflyblog.com/2020/04/28/elephant-ear-saver-crochet-pattern/
  6. I am an experienced crocheter, and am designing some cute and simple patterns to start with. I do need some pattern testers, and you would keep the pattern of course, all I ask is a good photo and any comments and/or corrections. If you would like to test my patterns, send me an Etsy Convo here: www.craftingatthepoole.etsy.com Or email me here: craftingatthepoole at gmail dot com. Or reply to this post! I hope to hear from some enthusiasts soon! Edit: Most of what I make is in Bernat blanket yarn, and the pattern I have available for testing at this moment uses it.
  7. I don't know if this is a new pattern or if I just haven't seen it before, but I thought I would post it for all the C2C lovers. https://www.yarnspirations.com/caron-c2c-pop-art-flowers-crochet-blanket/CAC0502-030462M.html?cgid=patterns
  8. Have a happy and safe New Year 2021. My first work this year, hope you like it. Please try when you get time. Pattern and video tutorials if needed. https://youtu.be/DY_djiF0m0U
  9. Here is a free c2c blanket pattern for you: https://knitterknotter.com/connected-squares-blanket-free-crochet-pattern/!
  10. Get a free pattern, which includes a YouTube video tutorial to teach you how to do the jasmine stitch decreases for this fun triangle scarf! https://kickincrochet.com/jasmine-stitch-triangle-scarf-free-pattern/
  11. This scarf is made up of a simple lace pattern that makes a beautifully textured and breathable fabric. Since it is made up of bulky weight yarn, it works up quickly too. I made this scarf for my husband but I could wear it too! This is a really fun pattern and can be easily made while relaxing or watching Netflix https://knitterknotter.com/frosty-ridge-scarf-free-pattern/
  12. This dishcloth is made using the Feather Stitch. It was one of those instances when my swatch turned into a project because once I started making this stitch, it was really hard to stop! The stitch is very dense so the fabric it builds is very thick and sturdy and is perfect for making dishcloths. Free pattern: https://knitterknotter.com/pankh-dishcloth-free-pattern/
  13. If you are looking for a new pattern to work on while you stay at home, here is something you might be interested in: https://knitterknotter.com/luxury-plaid-tunisian-poncho-free-pattern/ Plaid was a favorite this winter and I wanted to make something for myself. I decided to make this poncho because I was pregnant and this was something I could wear even after the baby was born! The poncho is made with the entrelac technique and is really easy to make. I have photo and video tutorials to follow along that cover all the basics of making this poncho along with some tips - including how you can carry yarn for the diagonals that have blocks of alternating colors so you won’t have a million ends to weave in! In the end, I added a faux fur trim to give it a luxurious feel and look. The pattern consists of a chart, and a photo tutorial. Since the pattern works up slightly differently for left and right handed people, you will receive two sets of PDF documents - one set with left handed instructions and the other with right handed instructions.
  14. A great project, filled with texture, that uses just one skein! https://thoresbycottage.com/2019/12/16/frosted-glass-cowl-one-skein-crochet-cowl-pattern/
  15. I had a lot of fun working up this hat in two different yarns and color styles. After working up my first hat with Caron Pantone Yarn I knew I wanted to make another one. And I had recently been working with Red Heart Hygge, so I check gauge and found this yarn works great as well! And it’s super soft. So whatever bulky yarn you choose, this is a quick, fun, and cozy project. Even my puppy think so and gave me a little wink 😉 Free Pattern found here: https://brianakdesigns.com/fade-two-ways/
  16. This is a cute and clever sunglass case designed by my first guest designer, Chelsea Roberts of TheCrafterLife.com. It's an adorable bee bag designed to protect your sunglasses. A great Spring and Summer accessory that will have people BUZZING! Free pattern link: Bee Drawstring Sunglass Bag
  17. Pattern link: Easy Crochet Easter Basket This super easy crochet Easter basket features the beautifully textured bead stitch combined with basic crochet stitches to create a unique look you’ll absolutely love. It’s the perfect extra special gift for your extra special little one this Easter! It is beginner-friendly, quick to work up, and super cute! Add buttons, flowers, ribbons, appliques or embellishments to make an awesome Easter basket that is as unique as the little one you made it for. So easy!
  18. This easy “knit-look” cropped sweater is both classy and stylish. It uses a combination of stitches to create a unique ribbed effect that’s absolutely eye-catching! Add on the rolled collar, rolled cuffs, and hem and you’ve just created a fabulously unique sweater that you’ll love to wear all fall and winter long!  Link to the free pattern: Easy Knit-look Crochet Sweater
  19. I don't mean to spam, but I accidentally posted it in the wrong topic earlier, so I thought I would try again! Happy New Year! Last year, I decided to take up adult ballet having absolutely no previous ballet experience! To make the experience even better, I came up with a couple of ballerina-inspired crochet patterns like these Odette (Swan Lake) Ear Warmers! To celebrate this new year, I am sharing this free crochet pattern on my blog hope you come celebrate with me! Hope you get a chance to find the ballerina inside this year! http://www.onceuponacheerio.com/2018/10/odette-swan-lake-ear-warmers-crochet.html
  20. You can find a lovely, quick and easy Narcissus flower applique pattern here. https://thoresbycottage.com/2018/08/03/free-narcissus-crochet-pattern/
  21. I found this pattern wonderful. Has anyone ever made a crochet quilt? Free Pattern: http://freequiltpatternsforbeginners.com/kaleidoscope-crochet-granny-blanket-easy-and-fast/
  22. Pinterest cites tags in crochetville.com, ravelry, yarn.com but can't find free (or for sale) pattern on these sites.
  23. Pretty Granny Square Free Pattern | Crochet PDF Download Free Pattern: http://freecrochetfashion.com/pretty-granny-square-free-pattern-crochet-pdf-download/
  24. This is the first one I made

    © Zoe Deterding

  25. One of many covers I've made. This is from one of my free patterns.

    © Zoe Deterding

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