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  1. Hi Crochetville! I'm doing a crochet-related project for my senior year of high school and I could definitely use some help as I'm starting to run out of time. I'm looking for individuals to send me newly or recently crocheted blankets. These blankets will be donated to my local crisis nursery which functions as a safe haven for children in rough situations. The kids there range in age from birth to 12 years old, so baby blankets as well as child sized blankets would be much appreciated! I have more information on the project in a google doc here. My goal is to have at least 10 blankets by the deadline, which is the end of March. As of posting this, I have 3. Thank you in advance for any and all support! Feel free to contact me here or via email: kittncakes@gmail.com -Elise
  2. This pattern is for a great white shark blanket, in the cocoon style, that will fit most kids. The finished size ends up being about 4 1/2 feet from the tip of the nose to the end of the tail. This project is worked mostly in single crochet, involves sewing pieces together with a whip stitch and does take some time to complete it but it is worth the effort in the end because you get a detailed, more realistic looking shark. The pattern is written in American english terms and comes with a second document that includes a photo guide. The photo guide is not a step by step photo tutorial but it does include lots of pictures that show how each piece should progress throughout the pattern, what the finished pieces look like and how they should be assembled. I suggest buying 27 oz of the grey yarn, 20 oz of the white, and a small amount of burgundy. If you have any questions about the pattern, please contact me and I will be happy to help. ​The pattern is available for purchase at: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/great-white-shark-blanket
  3. goodtaste

    Spring love Bug Amigurumi

    Let this rib-tickling, crazy cute Spring Love Bug come into your life for a laugh every time you see him! He is super easy to make. You can also give him away to someone in need of some cheer or to your favorite child or charity. You will find the free pattern here: http://funmigurumiandkidsstuff.blogspot.com/2016/03/funmigurumi-stripers-spring-love-bug.html#. Enjoy!
  4. Itchycrochet

    Bear hat

    I bought Geek Girl a new coat last week, we only noticed once it was on that the fur was just a collar not a hood, this made her sulk so I promised her a new hat too. I am rather proud of it and she didn't take it off until bathtime.
  5. RecycleCindy

    Fun Fur Sets

    Here are some fun fur sets I did for Christmas gifts for my granddaughters. I just did I row of fun fur around the tops of the gloves in single crochet to match the ear warmer headbands. Here is the headband pattern I used.
  6. Hello all! Looking for some help! I'm a teacher, and I may start teaching an afterschool class at my school with crochet. It would be potentially 2nd grade-middles school ages. I'm pretty comfortable with how to teach and in what order (thinking I'm going to start with chains and see how it goes). What I'm really looking for is specific recommendations for yarn and hook size. The kids will be picking the yarn up before class, so I'm looking for a yarn that is readily available at a chain store like JoAnn Fabrics or A.C. Moore. Doesn't have to be the absolute cheapest available, but not expensive, available in a variety of colors (I'll tell them to pick a light color). It also can't be wool (allergies). Any ideas? If anyone has other recommendations about a specific pattern (probably going to start with chain, go to single crochet and make a simple scarf) or ideas for teaching them how to position hands correctly, I'd certainly love to hear that as well! Thanks so much!
  7. The Holidays will be here in no time at all. If you have in your list a little girl who loves teddy bears but you don't have the time to crochet one that is too elaborate, try this one, it is super easy to make and wonderfully cute! You will find the free pattern here: http://funmigurumiandkidsstuff.blogspot.com/2015/09/funmigurumi-stripers-huggums-bear.html#.VgkJmPlViko
  8. Hi Everyone! I would like to share my latest design. This is Chirpie Canary. She's a totally precious little birdie, wearing a jumper, matching bonnet and sandals. Lots of fun for anyone who loves Amigurumi of any age. You will find Chirpie here (available ONLY from Monday thru Thursday, weekly): http://friendsofcraftybegonia.blogspot.com/2015/08/funmigurumi-birdlies-chirpie-canary.html#.VeL5IflViko Enjoy! Clotilde/Craftybegonia
  9. Would you like to make a precious and totally silly anteater? Here's the free pattern: Funmigurumi Stripers: Sniffy the Anteater Girl http://funmigurumiandkidsstuff.blogspot.com/2015/07/funmigurumi-stripers-sniffy-anteater.html#.Vbm2lfNViko Enjoy! Clotilde
  10. Hi Everyone! I'd like to share with you this funny little fellow, his name is Snorty and he's a Funmigurumi Anteater. He's pretty easy to make, hope you have fun making him. You will find the free pattern here: http://funmigurumiandkidsstuff.blogspot.com/2015/07/funmigurumi-stripers-snorty-anteater.html#.VZ4Zf19Viko Enjoy! Clotilde/Craftybegonia
  11. Thanks for the replies! I have enough testers now :-) Pattern Description: This is a carefully designed basset hound (amigurumi dog), intended to be a kid's toy or just a fun thing to have at home. The finished size is about 15" long and 9" tall. It's meant to look more realistic than typical amigurumi....with fat folds on the legs and jowls on the face to show off some basset hound features :-) Pattern Style: Detailed written instructions for all parts and how to assemble (sew and stuff). Skill Level: intermediate to advanced. some of the more unusual stitches include chainless foundation sc, and linked dtr and linked tr. Everything else is done in sc. I can help you with learning any stitches that are unfamiliar. The hardest part is probably assembling it at the end. Yarn/Material/Tools Required: I'm not providing any materials. All you need is acrylic 4-ply yarn such as red heart super saver, in 3 colors (white, brown, black) and a size F crochet hook. I used safety eyes on mine but you can just embroider them on, use buttons, etc...that's up to you. Tester Information Number of Testers Needed: 2 or 3 Approximate Time Required to Complete Project: less than a week Deadline: Dec 31, 2014 Tester Experience: oh I don't care...you don't need previous experience with pattern testing. Tester Responsibilities: Please complete the pattern in a timely manner, and give me any feedback you have. I'm looking for typos and written errors, suggestions for improving the pattern (e.g. actual changes in how the final product looks), review of the ease of following the instructions as written, etc. I do plan to add more step-by-step photos, which are NOT currently in the pattern that you will be sent (but you can ask me for any help as needed)....so keep in mind those are coming, and if you have suggestions on which parts you feel definitely need photos for clarification, that would help me, too. Any Special Software Requirements: PDF reader Compensation There is no monetary compensation, but here's what I can do: you will receive a free copy of the final pattern (the version that will be posted to Etsy for sale), and of course you get to keep the cute dog you make :-). I will also send you a promo code for half off another pattern in my Etsy store. You CAN sell the finished product, and make as many as you like to sell! That's fine with me, and I always include that disclaimer in my copyright info on the pattern. So that's your chance to make some profit from this. I do ask however that you give credit to me as the designer by mentioning my name or Etsy store when describing the item for sale.
  12. My crocheting has been a little slow lately but I've been keeping busy in my sewing room. My grandkids picked out the fabrics and told me what they wanted made with them. Except for the My Little Pony outfit which my granddaughter knew nothing about until it was finished, she was squealing soooooo loud and jumping around when she saw it that I think the neighbors might have heard her. My grandson insisted on putting on the jacket right away, the air conditioner was set at a comfortable 76 degrees but he loves his jackets. Thanks for looking. Sorry for the sideways pictures, I don't know why they are like that and I don't know how to fix it.
  13. Kristy Taylor

    Frog Belly Bag

    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
  14. Free Halloween Skeleton Beanie Hat 1 yr+ Crochet Pattern http://www.crochetaddictuk.com/2012/10/free-skeleton-beanie-hat-pattern.html
  15. Marysll

    Magdalena doll

    This is my Magdalena doll: More information in my blog: http://caxigalinas.wordpress.com/2013/07/18/magdalena-doll-muneca-magdalena/
  16. Marysll

    Lion

    I would like to show you my lion: http://caxigalinas.wordpress.com/2013/07/14/lion-leon/
  17. This is Kiki Gumpaw, she's Kiwi's baby and twin sister. Now the Koala twins are a complete set. You can find the FREE pattern here: http://funmigurumiandkidsstuff.blogspot.com/2013/05/kiki-funmigurumi-koala.html#.UZrONaJJ6mA Enjoy! Clotilde
  18. Hi Everyone! Well, the Funmigurumi koala woods have produce a new sensation! Colored koalas. You have gumballs to blame or so the story goes, lol! Here's where you will find Kiwi's free pattern: http://funmigurumiandkidsstuff.blogspot.com/2013/05/kiwi-funmigurumi-koala.html#.UYhX16JJ6mA
  19. Kristy Taylor

    flower toddler afghan

    Toddler afghan I made. Was pretty simple. pattern came from free-crochet.com
  20. From now through Cyber Monday!!! Buy 3 Patterns, Get 3 Free!!! Click on the link below to browse through all of the patterns available on the Crochet Village website. http://www.crochetvillage.com/ :cheer:cheer
  21. Hi Everyone! This is an amusing, super easy and fast to make, ingenious toy for baby. Huggable, and light for baby to carry or to drag along. You can find the FREE pattern here: http://funmigurumiandkidsstuff.blogspot.com/2012/11/oodles-of-smoodlescashew-monkey.html Enjoy! Clotilde
  22. Here's for all of you who have loved the Clop Clop family of barnyard characters, Honker is a distant cousin, but a whole lot of fun as well! You will find the pattern here: http://friendsofcraftybegonia.blogspot.com/2012/10/honker-funmigurumi-donkey.html#.UJC4H2_A8ug Enjoy! Clotilde
  23. Hi Everyone! This for those of you who have a baby in the family or among your friends and would like to make a toy for him or her. Also for those of you who crochet for children's charities. You will find Troubles here: http://funmigurumiandkidsstuff.blogspot.com/2012/10/mookie-tookies-troubles-cat-soft-toy.html#.UIjez2_A8ug Enjoy! Clotilde
  24. Hi Everyone! I would like to share with you my newest free pattern: Sweet Potato the Cat, the new kid in the Mookie Tookie bunch. He's very easy to make, cute and well, he's very round and pudgy because the little rascal won't leave his couch for any thing! You will find the free pattern here: http://funmigurumiandkidsstuff.blogspot.com/2012/08/funmigurumi-mookie-tookies-sweet-potato.html#.UEBUWcFlQx4 Enjoy! Clotilde
  25. dbkn5

    Kiddie Socks

    Having fun making some new pairs of Kiddie Socks to be donated to a charitable cause. These are in Cascade Yarns "Fixation" cotton/elastic yarn on size F hook.
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