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  1. anyone seen this pattern? A friend made this in thread for a bedspread
  2. The X-stitch is a wonderful stitch to learn! It almost seems magical the first time you see it done. It works up FAST! Scroll to the bottom of the free pattern page to watch the YouTube tutorial video for learning this motif pattern. What you will need: Be So Brave Yarn; 100% American Merino Wool, #4 worsted weight; 120 yds (109m) per 2oz (56g); colors shown: Picket Fence, Cape Cod Bay & Plymouth Rock H/8 (5mm) crochet hook
  3. Pattern Information Pattern Description: Newborn sized dress done in snowflake motifs, and crochet thread (but don't let that scare you away! The stitching is simple, with sc, hdc, dc, htrc, and maybe a few trc). The dress was originally designed with Disney's Queen Elsa in mind (from the movie Frozen). Pattern Style (written, symbol chart, etc.): Written pattern, with lots of pictures. Pattern Photo (optional): Can be seen on my facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/FamilyBugs/photos/a.165008696925751.38068.149171735176114/619073261519290/?type=1&theater) Skill Level: Not quite beginner, but not intermediate either. Uses basic crochet stitches, but with a tiny hook and thread...let's go with easy. Yarn/Material/Tools Required (specify which will supplied by designer and which by tester): I will provide the pattern (of course), and the tester must supply crochet thread size 10 (in two colors, I have done mine in blue and white), crochet hook size 0, satin ribbon is optional, and seed beads are optional. Tester Information Number of Testers Needed: 2 Approximate Time Required to Complete Project: 1 month Deadline: May 10th Tester Experience (do you want testers to have prior experience, submit references, etc.): No previous testing experience is needed. Tester Responsibilities (what exactly do you want testers to do and what information do you want them to supply to you): Double check my counting. Make sure I use the same abbreviations throughout the pattern. Make sure that we are getting the same finished measurements. So that it will fit a newborn, and not a 6-mo-old. All of the steps and instructions make sense and can be followed. Any other opinions about the pattern itself (maybe you have an idea that might work better than what I have written out). Any Special Software Requirements (Microsoft Word, pdf reader, etc.): Able to download and read pdfs. Compensation Please specify what compensation you are offering to pattern testers (none, free copy of final pattern, monetary fee, etc.). Free copy of final pattern, and first opportunity to test any future dresses that I will design.
  4. Here is a beautiful pineapple motif! In addition to a written pattern, there is an extensive photo step-by-step. You can get 2 cloths out of on ball of a solid color dishcloth cotton.I hope you enjoy making this fun , and quick project! For the free pattern go here: PINEAPPLE MOTIF CLOTH Maria
  5. This is my new pattern of a pillow cover published on Ravelry yesterday. This crocheted Dahlia decoration for pillow cover consists of 9 square motifs made in Overlay crochet technique. If you use other colour palette for this pattern, your pillow cover will look completely different, and unique. Many Popcorn stitches used in this pattern give the whole design nice volume and structure. This square motif can be also used for blankets, bags or just as an appliqué for clothes, curtains and so on. The motif is very thick as it has two layers due to large amount of overlay stitches. So if you decide to crochet a double sided pillow cover – you will not even have to buy or sew a fabric pillow case.
  6. This is a pattern of pillow cover which I called “Lucky Quatrefoil”. Pillow cover consists of square motifs crocheted in the Overlay Crochet technique. They remind me of quatrefoils which are famous for bringing good luck to people. But at the same time they look like small butterflies as well. The square motif can not only become a part of pillow decoration, but you can also crochet a blanket or a bag with it or just use it as an appliqué for clothes. This easy to follow pattern of a square motif (10 pages) is written for one size. It contains step by step full written instructions in English using standard crochet abbreviations and US terms (stitch guide is given in the pattern). It also contains lots of pictures explaining all the tricky and difficult places and how the motifs are joined. http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/lucky-quatrefoil-pillowcase
  7. This is a pattern of pillow cover which I called “Lucky Quatrefoil”. Pillow cover consists of square motifs crocheted in the Overlay Crochet technique. They remind me of quatrefoils which are famous for bringing good luck to people. But at the same time they look like small butterflies as well. The square motif can not only become a part of pillow decoration, but you can also crochet a blanket or a bag with it or just use it as an appliqué for clothes. This easy to follow pattern of a square motif (10 pages) is written for one size. It contains step by step full written instructions in English using standard crochet abbreviations and US terms (stitch guide is given in the pattern). It also contains lots of pictures explaining all the tricky and difficult places and how the motifs are joined. http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/lucky-quatrefoil-pillowcase
  8. I am crocheting a motif wrap with some fingering yarn my mom gave me. It's all different "sizes" and 'textures", but it works for a motif collage that I'm doing. My question is: I am to crochet a chain of 4 and place 19 DC into the fourth chain and then join. When I am finished with that part, I always work my hook into the wrong side of the piece and do a chain one with the tail to secure everything. I pull tightly and I end up tearing the work apart from the inside out. This has NEVER happened before and I always start the weaving process in this manner to help secure ends. It doesn't come apart from the tail, but rather from somewhere else and completely unworks itself. What am I doing wrong and what could I do to reinforce the motifs I have already made so that doesn't happen again??? Any answers would be exceptionally helpful, as I only have until the end of the month to finish for a birthday present. Thanks.
  9. This project had been sitting dormant for about 8 years, and I finally got it done. More about this crochet adventure here.
  10. Has anybody seen the source for this old bedspread pattern? http://www.pinterest.com/pin/369928556866103408/ It's rolling around in my brain, but I just can't make it stay still and catch it LOL I think in the picture on the pattern, it looked more square than here where it looks almost like an octagon. TIA!
  11. Does anyone have a free fleur-de-lys pattern or motif for filet crochet that they would be willing to post/share in the forums? Would love to find something relatively simple in this design that would be suitable for a beginner. Thanks very much!
  12. I put 10 Holiday Motifs together in a 3-4-3 arrangement to create this festive mini-ghan! Motif pattern
  13. Whipped these up the other day...what do you think?
  14. :chookDescription: Three houses may be used as appliqué, amigurumi, or motifs. Created for a freeform project on healing and home. Skill Level: Intermediate Time to Complete: 20 minutes each -- one hour total for all three Deadline: June 3, 2012 Materials Needed: About 10 yards of yarn, hook two sizes smaller than recommended for yarn, tapestry/yarn needle. Other Information: Thanks! Found Three testers sought. Testers should be able to read charts. If you’re interested, please send me your email and I’ll send a pdf of the pattern set. Testers will receive a pdf of the pattern when the pattern is published. Testing Requirements • Make each house • PHOTO of all. • Communicate typos, discrepancies, omissions and anything else you think relevant. • Provide feedback in this manner: Please Do NOT put actual pattern instructions or version of pattern instructions within the public thread~give an example or tell where and what the concern is without giving out the actual pattern wording. These are very short patterns.
  15. This one's for all those of you who love to make motif items! This motif is very easy and it works up fast, if you are planning a motif item, this one will give you a lot of mileage, because it has a good size also! You will find the FREE pattern here: http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2012/05/noralees-medallion.html Enjoy! Clotilde
  16. Hello Everyone- Been a bit since I've posted anything. But recently I got some lime and purple thread and I've had fun making all kinds of things. Since there was a variety of items I posted this here. Hope that is the correct spot! Enjoy! The first is a coaster; second: small motifs that will be made into earrings; third: a doily; fourth: a small motif that I really like (not sure what I will do with it so left a long string); and fifth: I was trying to show you the crochet part of a necklace that I made. Not a great picture. Sorry. The earring motifs and the not-sure-what-I'll-do-with-it motif are from 201 Crochet Motifs, blocks, projects and ideas by Melody Griffiths. The rest are from the Ultimate Guide to Thread Crochet by Leisure Arts.
  17. For a charity raffle, it had to be something eye catching. It is on the cover of "50 Sensational Crochet Afghans & Throws." I changed the color scheme just a little, and the outline stitch, and added a border from Jean Leinhauser.
  18. I love color. That is what draws me first. This is a pretty easy and effective motif for any granny square project that does not require huge blocks. The yarn, with its variations, just makes it lovely. You will find the pattern for the motif here: http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2011/09/plum-pudding-motif.html Enjoy! Clotilde
  19. This project is starting to develop a mind of its own and get away from me. Oh, well, I supposed I just need to "Obey the Hook" and submit to it's greater wisdom. You can read about my struggles to stay on point here.
  20. A very easy to make medallion for those of you who love to make things with blocks, motifs or grannys. This one would make a lovely shawl! You will find the FREE pattern here: http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2011/08/simply-lovely-medallion.html Enjoy! Clotilde
  21. The crochet-a-long continues. This one came out better than I thought it would. The texture really seems to pop. http://www.crochetbug.com/if-mondrian-joined-a-crochet-a-long/
  22. I am trying not get get further behind in this crochet-a-long, so here is my effort for this week. I really like it turned this way as it highlights a design element that is not as apparent when it is turned 45º.
  23. Among my myriad projects, is Tracy St. John's groovyghan. While it has not quite reached the point that I would call it the new Babette, it is trending in that direction. Yesterday, after more than a week away from this project due to getting ready for and having house guests, along with working on a super top secret project for my mother's birthday, I finally got back to it and made modest, but measurable progress with this flower motif which I have written about here.
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