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  1. My 12 yr old was looking at my FB pages concerning crochet and was appalled to see a bunch of women downgrading the circular knitting machines as being "useless" (we have the Addi kitting express and several other less expensive machines). She decided to prove those people wrong. Attached please see a blanket made with 10 tubes which are 83 rounds in length on the addi. I slip stitched the ends of the tubes, single crocheted down each tube and the joined the tubes with a slip stitch. The enitre blanket has 1 single crochet around it, a row of double crochet, then about 10 rows of alternati
  2. I am pregnant with my first child and I have been killing time by crocheting and knitting for him. I thought waiting to get the positive test was hard - waiting 40 weeks is unbearable! I can't wait to put him in this little sweater < 3
  3. Hello Everyone! I'd like to share with you guys my latest design. It is a simple cowl but it would look wonderful on you or on anyone you make it for as a gift! Here is where you will find the free pattern: http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2015/10/erin.html#.Vi-Pk7erTIV Enjoy! Clotilde/Craftybegonia
  4. Hello Everyone! I'd like to share with you guys my latest design. It is a very pretty cowl. It is quite simple to make and it would look wonderful on you or on anyone you give it to as a gift. You will find the free pattern here: http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2015/10/erin.html#.Vi-Pk7erTIV Enjoy! Clotilde/Craftybegonia
  5. Hey peoples! So I made this awesome little cat. He is made of 100% wool! He's so soft and cuddly. I love working with natural fibers. Safe, clean and awesome for the environment. No oily film or toxic fumes yay! Crochetsoup Check out my website! Follow my new blog at http://crochetsoup.blogspot.com/
  6. Well after making my wedding bouquet for my wedding in March 2015, our three year old son asked me to make him a bright green blanket. Now I'm not very good at straight lines in crochet let alone straight lines on paper lol, so I opted for a granny square throw. It consists of 63 squares (7x9) Each square has 6 rounds in it! I finished off with a double crochet border to make it more square. I have attached a few photos, one is off the blanket up close and personal, one is one with my son asleep with it on top of him, He went to sleep while I was finishing the border on the bl
  7. Hi Everyone! I would like to share my latest pattern with those of you who love light neckwear. Allison is an easy, feminine cowl, a joy to make and uses less than a full skein! You will find the FREE pattern here: http://www.craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2015/05/allison.html#.VUr7AI5Viko Enjoy! Clotilde/Craftybegonia
  8. Hi Everyone! I have a new free pattern for those of you who love cowls. Alynne is a lovely cowl with an unusual shape. Light and easy to make, with or without a bow. You will find it here: http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2015/04/alynne.html Enjoy! Clotilde/Craftybegonia
  9. Well half way through making the small squares for a checkered blanket, I lost hope in the whole tension of the squares, IMO it looked rubbish, so I started again but this time with the green (See Below) I am going to continue until I run out of the yarn. I am really happy with the outcome of this one so far, what do you think? I'm using a 8 ply yarn with a 2.50mm hook! A lot of people have told me I'm using the wrong hook but I only have this hook and a 5.50mm I really need to get a whole hook kit with all the hooks but at the moment haven't got a lot of spare cash but I think it
  10. OPEN: Launchable Grenade (toy) Pattern Description: This unique toy hand grenade contains a retractable cord. Pull it back and let it fly! Hang it up in the office or on the rearview mirror. It’s fun anywhere you might want to let off a little steam, all in good fun. The grenade is an unusual Amigurumi, because it’s made with fingering weight yarn. This creates a tight weave and a finer look. Pattern Style: written Pattern Photo: Skill Level: Intermediate Yarn/Material/Tools Required: supplied by tester · Deborah Norville Serenity Sock yarn, or any fingering weight
  11. A small bag to store toys or clothes for a sleep over. Will stretch some so u can stuff it full http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/frog-belly-bag
  12. Please meet "Pookie". I made her for a friends Birthday. It was well received! LOL, she called me the minute she opened the box; it was so cute. She was beside herself, and kept saying "Oh my gosh, oh my gosh"! I am thrilled she liked her!
  13. My 12 year old DD has been into making these lately. They take her about 2 and 1/2 hours. What do you think? She does some craft fairs, and she is making them to sell. Pricing suggestions?? She learned how from a youtube video from yolandasotolopez.
  14. Hopefully this pattern will inspire you to create something beautiful for a loved one What You'll Need: H or 5.00 Crochet Hook DK or 8ply Yarn Scissors Tapestry Needle 7x7 Inch Foam Board 1x1 Inch Button Pins Iron or Spray Bottle Colours: These are the colours I used. {You can use different colours, and in any order at all} Colour 1 ~Dark Spring Green Colour 2 ~ Scarlet Finished Size: This headband fits all sizes. Find Free Pattern HERE!
  15. This is a lovely scarflet which is feminine, chic and also easy on the wear! It is fast to make and doesn't take too much yarn. An ideal project to keep you warm this cold season, it is also a wonderful gift-giving and charity project! You will find the free pattern here: http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2012/11/vibrant-girl.html#.UK8D7eThqrg Enjoy! Clotilde
  16. Hi Everyone! I have noticed that another pattern I have on my blog which is green on green has been very popular, so I made this one, which is in the same colors, but even simpler and faster to make. Here is Shannon: http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2012/03/shannon-scarfie.html Enjoy! Clotilde
  17. This one's straightforward and turns up really fast and really cute. If you love green, this one's for you! If you want quick gifts or do charity projects, this scarflet is an easy and very fast project for an intermediate or advanced crocheter. You will find the free pattern here: http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2011/10/unfussy.html Hope you like it! Clotilde
  18. A little something for all of you lovers of green out there! This one works up fast and is really lovely. It is also a great one for a quick gift or for charity projects that you want to work up fast and in a series. You will find the FREE pattern here: http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2011/06/peridot-scarflet.html Enjoy!
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