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  1. Free crochet pattern - click here: Free Digits
  2. TtJoy

    Grey beret

    Here's the first wearable item I've made. It's a beret for my dad, he seemed pretty happy with it (thank god! It's not that easy, trust me.). It's actually grey, but since my lighting is kinda yellow, it looked brownish on the pic. Hope it doesn't look too bad for a beginner
  3. Just added a new bow tie pattern in time for Easter Sunday http://www.crochetville.com/community/files/file/545-boy-tie-woven-stitch/ Let me know your thoughts. Thanks, Angela
  4. My husband has huge feet, but I want to crochet socks for him anyway :-) All the patterns I have seen for men's socks, use thick yarn and look more like slippers. I want to use sock yarn and make something a little more refined. Also, his feet are just big, not wide. Has anyone seen anything that fits the bill? Thanks in advance! Randi
  5. I have a new pattern available for this crocheted knight's helmet that fits most average sized adults. The face shield is adjustable and removable. I originally designed it for my brother who wanted a unique looking beanie to wear when he rides his bike on long distances. He likes that this one keeps his face warm too and when he goes to his classes he can put the face shield up and out of the way. When I decided to start writing patterns I wanted to include pictures of the steps along with the instructions because I am a visual learner and sometimes find just written instructions hard to follow. Hopefully this pattern will be the start of many more to come. It is available in the following places for only $2.50. www.etsy.com/shop/Odatcrafts www.ravelry.com/people/helodat
  6. I have a new pattern available for this crocheted knight's helmet that fits most average sized adults. The face shield is adjustable and removable. I originally designed it for my brother who wanted a unique looking beanie to wear when he rides his bike on long distances. He likes that this one keeps his face warm too and when he goes to his classes he can put the face shield up and out of the way. When I decided to start writing patterns I wanted to include pictures of the steps along with the instructions because I am a visual learner and sometimes find just written instructions hard to follow. Hopefully this pattern will be the start of many more to come. It is available in the following places for only $2.50. www.etsy.com/shop/Odatcrafts www.ravelry.com/people/helodat
  7. 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 yarn, 1 ball should make 3 grenades · #1 steel Hook/ B/ 2.25mm · 1 retractable badge reel. Sample used is from Hobby Lobby and is 1 1/2” in diameter. · Small amount of acrylic stuffing Tester Information Number of Testers Needed: 2-3 Approximate Time Required to Complete Project: 5 hours Deadline: December 8, 2013 Tester Experience : Testers should be familiar with post stitches and working double crochet in the round Tester Responsibilities: Testers agree to provide estimates for time and yardage and feedback regarding errors and needed clarification. Any Special Software Requirements: Pattern will be provided in pdf format Compensation Testers will be given a free copy of the final pattern and my everlasting thanks.
  8. 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!
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