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  1. These are a flat variation on those little Danish heart baskets. It wouldn't take much to make a whole lot in a hurry. They take maybe two yards of two different colors, any yarn, hook to suit the yarn, gauge unimportant. With Color #1: Ch 18. DC in fourth ch from hook and in next five ch. 9 DC in next ch. DC in each remaining chain to end. Fasten off, leaving a 6" tail. You should have a hairpin-shaped, two-legged piece with a round top. Do the same thing with color #2. Lay the pieces at right angles to each other and weave the legs. Tack down the ends with the tails you left. If you crochet them, it tends to leave odd-looking bumps, so this is one case where sewing looks better. Use them as you see fit, just don't sell the pattern or claim it's yours.
  2. A dapper little snowball in his Christmas hat. Available on RiotofDaisies.com Tools & Materials: Size F (3.75) crochet hook Worsted weight yarn in red, green, white, and black Two 6mm plastic safety eyes Black embroidery floss Stuffing material
  3. Here is my last ornament pattern for this season. Hope you enjoy! http://crochetncrafts.com/crochet/picot-ornament.html
  4. Perhaps it's a little early for Christmas, but here's a flower ornament pattern for your tree. Enjoy! http://crochetncrafts.com/crochet/flower-ornament.html
  5. 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.
  6. Hi there! I just wanted to share with you a little xmas pattern you can find here: Little Xmas Star
  7. I've just released a free pattern for soft ball ornaments with a few different stripe patterns. They're perfect for curious toddlers. Merry Christmas! Edit: Whoops. A link would be good! Here they are.
  8. So I signed up to send an ornament from my state to the troops. I looked an found a cowboy boot but the pattern was not good. I thought & looked & nothing was interesting me. So my husband said make a so and so So here is the little guy or girl. It took me forever to get it this good so if you think it's bad please shhh I don't want to hear it lol Do you have any clue what it is ? Think Texas
  9. Hi all. I posted my first free pattern on my blog today. Enjoy! http://cottongindesign.wordpress.com/2011/09/04/free-crochet-pattern-irresistible-ice-skate-ornaments/
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