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  1. In 2018 the Warmth for Warriors organization is once again collecting handmade Christmas stockings to send to our troops.They collect the stockings and fill them with little items such as soaps, candy, toiletries and other small goodies. The stockings can be crocheted, knitted, sewn or woven. Stockings should be around 6 inches long and any pattern style or color is accepted. Stockings that are a little smaller or larger are okay too. We had a wonderful year in 2017 with 2,819 stockings received for the Warmth for Warriors. Let's have another banner year for our troops and give them a little extra Christmas cheer during the holidays. Thank you to everyone that has helped in the past and those stepping up again this year. Shipping address for all USPS packages: Warmth for Warriors PO Box 353 Rudyard, MI 49780 Deadline for shipping stockings to Warmth for Warriors and delivery to them is November 1, 2018.
  2. RecycleCindy

    Early Holiday Towel Toppers

    Here are some early Christmas gifts I have been working on lately. I got all these towels after Christmas last year and add toppers to them. More details and the free pattern links found here.
  3. redheartyarns

    9 St. Patrick's Day Patterns

    We have 9 projects to crochet for St. Patrick's Day! Click on the name to go to the pattern page, where you can download the free pattern and buy the yarn to make it. LW2983 Four Leaf Clover Throw LW4675 Top o' the Mornin' Throw LW4063 St. Patrick's Day Chapeau LW4070 Lucky Shamrock Banner LW4071 Shamrock Can Cozy LW3567 Kitrick the Leprechaun LW4078 Shamrock Charm Necklace LW3045 Lucky Clover Throw LW4683 Go Green Cozy
  4. I got the idea to make this a while back, and I just couldn't pass up the opportunity. I finally finished it and I absolutely love the way it turned out! What do you think? I've posted the pattern to my blog here: http://whirlsandswirlsofpurls.blogspot.com/2014/09/cozy-cottage-christmas-tissue-cover.html and to ravelry here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/cozy-cottage-christmas-tissue-cover if anyone is interested
  5. First, I want to thank you for the amazing response I had from this Forum with my Zebra Blanket Crochet Chart pattern. I am so thankful you all loved the design so much. About a month ago, I released a new pattern into the PKC Shop. Knowing that Valentine's Day is coming up, I had to design something with that theme! Cute hearts felt perfect for this project. The Valentine Hearts Dishcloth Pattern is used with 100% cotton, in any colors you choose. I used a dark red and cream color for the photos shown in this post. There are also WRITTEN Instructions and a Crochet CHART! Therefore, you do not need to know how to crochet from a chart to complete this pattern. You can follow the Written Instructions if you prefer! There are 13 layed out pages with this pattern. Also, there is a Table of Contents that can help you find where you need to be in the pattern! Border Instructions are also included with this download. I love the border on this dishcloth because it makes this item have a vintage style (when worked in the cream main color). 9 images are placed within the pattern to help you guide you along. There is also a main section about How to Change Colors for reference for newbies. You are expected to know how to do the following when purchasing this pattern: Chain, Single Crochet, Half Double Crochet, Double Crochet, Slip Stitch. You should also be familiar with the Tapestry Crochet technique. The Quick Guide can help you along if you get stuck & I am also available during weekdays to help you out! Pictures will be attached below for your viewing pleasure. Please stop by to check out the Valentine Hearts Dishcloth Pattern in the PKC Shop! Who will you make this for on Valentine's Day? ;D Click here to visit the Valentine Hearts Dishcloth Pattern!
  6. I'm making Christmas ornaments for my hubby's friends and family this year, however I'm stumped on what to make for two of his Jewish male friends that live in Florida. I can't substitute a hat or scarf, they would not need it in southern Florida. A throw would take too much time (and money). Anything else I can think of seems too girly. Any ideas for a quick, easy project I could make for each of them that would be appropriate? Thanks so much!
  7. Santa Pants place setting silverware holder. very easy to make. Takes about an hour start to finish http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/santa-pants-silverware-holder
  8. iCrochetEweCan2

    Holiday Elf Hat

    My newly released elf hat pattern is on sale until tomorrow evening for just $2.99 (reg. price $4.99). This would be really cute for a Christmas family photo --- especially if you also get the Santa hat that I'm releasing later today. http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/elf-hat---newborn-to-adult http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/crocheting/accessory/elf-hat---newborn-to-adult/70313
  9. craftyone

    Easter duck on Grass

    Here are a few pictures of my crochet ducks. These cover the plastic fillable eggs, the small ones, that you can put a few jellybeans in.
  10. I'm sure there are many shamrock patterns out there, but this is my version. I hope you like it. (I know a shamrock technically has 3 leaves, but I like the word! It sounds so much better than a regular old clover!) The pattern is all one piece, no sewing needed. It's rather large, probably around 5", though I'm sure you could use other yarns and hooks to achieve a smaller size. I used Vanna's Choice in Kelly Green (the pics are the same shamrock! just under different lighting conditions). The lighter looking one is pinned to my dark teal cubicle wall. I pinned 3 in all, and they look perfect for March. Rnd 1. Ch 2, 8 sc in 2nd ch from hook Rnd 2. (Sc, ch 1) around [8 sc] Rnd 3. 2 sc in each sc (skip the ch 1's), 3 sc in last sc. Ch 1, turn. [17 sc] Rnd 4. Sc in first st (mark this stitch, it will be used later for the stem), then start leaves as follows, working in regular back-and-forth rows: * 2 sc in next st, sc in next 2 st, 2 sc in next st. Ch 1, turn. [6 sc; 4 st used] Row 5. Sc in each sc. Ch 1, turn. [6 sc] Row 6. Sc in first sc, 2 sc in next sc, sc in next 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc, sc in last sc, Ch 1, turn. [8 sc] Row 7. Repeat row 5. [8 sc] Row 8. Repeat row 5. [8 sc] Row 9. Sc in first sc, 2 sc in next sc, sc in next 4, 2 sc in next sc, sc in last sc, Ch 1, turn. [10 sc] Row 10. Sk first sc, (sc, hdc) in next sc, (2 dc) in next sc, (hdc, sc) in next sc, sl st in next 2 sc, (sc, hdc) in next sc, (2 dc) in next sc, (hdc, sc) in next sc, sl st in last sc. Sl st all the way down the side of the leaf until you reach the base of the leaf (i.e. the st at the base of the last st on row 4 for that leaf - you can just join new yarn instead of sl st'ing all the way down if you prefer). Repeat from * for leaf 2 & 3 Leaf 4: On row 4, from *, change as follows: 2 sc in next st, sc in next 2 st, 2 sc in next st, st st in marked st. Ch 1, turn. Row 5. Sk first st you just sl st'ed into, sc in ea sc. Ch 1, turn. [6 sc] Continue in leaf pattern above. Stem: Sl st into marked sc (if not sl st'ing down the side, just join new yarn here). Ch 16, dc in 3rd ch from hook and in next 2 st, hdc in next 4 st, sc in remaining ch's, sl st to marked sc. Finish off.
  11. Peppermint Stripes Christmas Stocking Simple crochet seed stitch is transformed into something special with just a change of color. Using nothing but single crochet and chain stitches, even beginning crocheters can create this charing seamless stocking. Use your favorite worsted weight yarn and change up the colors to make stockings for the entire family.
  12. dbkn5

    Thread ornament

    A little size #10 thread + a little size 5 steel hook + a little iron-on/glue-on applique + Holiday Motif pattern = one Christmas ornament! Stiffened with tacky glue/water mixture.
  13. I put 10 Holiday Motifs together in a 3-4-3 arrangement to create this festive mini-ghan! Motif pattern
  14. lisawilder39

    Crochet Lamb Hat

    http://idesignadventures.blogspot.com/2012/03/crochet-lamb-hat.html Fun and fluffy lamb hat!
  15. PBLKNP

    Blog: Hectic Holidays

    Now for a word on preparing for the holidays if you're a crocheter or knitter... http://wildknitter.blogspot.com/2011/12/hectic-holidays.html :lol
  16. sarisue

    Christmas wreath

    Christmas wreath Christmas wreath one skein each red and green WW yarn size G aluminum hook, 12" or size wanted wreath form crochet in BACK LOOPS ONLY 1.-ch 31, sc in 2nd ch from hook and sc across ch, ch 1 turn(30 sc) 2.-6--working in back loops sc across rows. changing to green for next row 7.-12 with green sc across row ch 1 turn Work in pattern 6 rows red and 6 rows green until size needed to fit around wreath form stitch tog short ends of piece, fit around wreath form and stitch long ends tog. Decorate with beads around the outside or other decorations as wanted. Copyright 2004 by SallyAnn Hopping
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