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  1. Hi everyone I'm Johanna and I love the African flower motifs. I design patterns for them and have for the last four years. I'm here to get to know other people who crochet and I find it hard to do that on other platforms like Facebook because not many have that much time I find. If you want to get to know my work you can check out my shops and website; Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/se-en/shop/JOsCrocheteria Ravelry: https://www.ravelry.com/designers/jos-crocheteria Website: www.joscrocheteria.com I'd love to get to know you ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š
  2. I like this pattern very much! It's called "It's a Hoot! an Owl Hat" by Carlinda Lewis. I made it for my almost 3yo DD, but I guess I used too thick yarn and although I made baby size, the hat is just too big. But I found one a little bigger girl and the hat fits her, so I'll make another one for DD.
  3. Apak

    Owl bookmarks

    I can show you how I used little owls I made for the bookmarks (btw, the book in the pic is "Friday Night Knitting Club" )
  4. difang

    Amigurumi craze!

    I've been knitting for more than half a decade now... I've been crocheting for only 2 months. Amigurumi was what finally compelled me to learn to crochet. My grandmother gave me her sets of crochet hooks a long time ago and tried to teach me but I never really got the hang of it, mostly cause I still preferred the feel of knitting needles in my hands and couldn't get used to using a single hook. Amigurumi and the promise of super cute creations changed all of that. I started off with a few cupcakes (youtube tutorial found here) and played around with the toppings a bit: Surprisingly, crocheting came naturally to me this second time around... maybe because I have more years of knitting under my belt or maybe because I was more motivated to learn this time. Next, I tackled a pattern for mini birds (youtube tutorial found here): At this point, I decided I needed more yarn colors cause I'd exhausted my current meager collection, so I stopped by Michael's. To my surprise and joy, they had a sale on one of my favorite cheap acrylic yarns: Caron Simply Soft. It's cheap, it's soft, it's sturdy -- nothing exceptional but nothing to complain about. At $2.50 or so a skein, I loaded up the cart with about a dozen. The entire rainbow! And with my glorious new palette, I made another bird to go with the blue/brown one: After making the cupcakes and the birds, I was starting to feel more and more confident in my skills so I went on to tackle a more complicated pattern (though it turned out to be just time-consuming -- after making a couple amigurumi, you start to see the overall pattern of increases and decreases and nothing is really all that difficult to crochet). This bunny pattern took longer cause it simply had more parts: The only things that were slightly different from the things I'd made before were the ears (due to the color change) and the legs (fascinating to realize how the pattern maker used back loops to create a crease along the edge of the paws). The pattern for this bunny can be found here. Even though it's in Spanish, you can google translate the page and the translation, though not perfect, can be easily parsed if you have a basic understanding of crochet terms and amigurumi-craft. Decided in the end to swap out the knitted bow for a turquoise ribbon: I got a pack of craft eyes for these larger amigurumi projects but the eyes turned out to be crazy owl eyes... so, I decided to make an owl, heh (pattern found here). And since it's winter... gotta bundle up! Well, that's the end of my current list of amigurumis. I still need to get black craft eyes for the bunny and future projects. But yep, I'll post more next time! Thanks for reading/viewing! - Di
  5. Apak

    Sleeping owl mug cozy

    When I was looking for some inspiration on the net, I found a picture of owl mug cozy on craftsy. I loved the idea and as I know how to make crocodile stitch, I decided to make my own version. These owls are gifts for my friend and her teenage daughter. The owls are quite easy. I hope you like them
  6. All of my patterns begin freehand of course. This is my latest project with eyelash yarn. Inspired by Hedwig the snowy owl from Harry Potter.
  7. Hi every one, I am looking for a lovely tester! Pattern Style: the pattern has written description with photos Skill Level: Advanced beginner. The stitches used: single crochet, increase and decrease, Materials:Worsted weight yarn in two colors (about 80 yrd of each) and scrap yarn in yellow and white, Hook H/5.00 Hook F/3.75 Number of Testers Needed: 1 Approximate Time Required to Complete Project: It is an easy project. I would say you can complete it in 2 evenings or so.(~3-4 hours) Deadline: Friday 7/18 Tester Experience:You don't have to have prior testers experience, but you must know how to read the written pattern. Tester Responsibilities: I would like testers to share notes/suggestions/changes for any mistakes as you work through the pattern, and send a picture of the completed bag. Compensation: I will send a copy of finished pattern .
  8. Apak

    One more owl

    My friend asked me to make the owl cushion for her sister's birthday. So here it is Yarn: Himalaya Merkan Batik (body) and Alize Cotton Gold Hook: Clover 3,5mm
  9. JOsCrocheteria

    Samsung Note owl cosy

    This is my pattern for a mobile cosy for Samsung note! http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/owl-cosy-for-samsung-note
  10. sandvi

    minion and owl

    here is my try in minion and owl
  11. http://crochetparfait.blogspot.com/2013/11/little-girl-purses.html
  12. I made these hats for my friends and their girls.
  13. Crochet Addictuk

    Owl Mobile Phone Cozy\Cosy

    http://www.crochetaddictuk.com/2013/11/free-crochet-pattern-owl-phone-cozy.html The pattern is in US terms Items required 4 mm (6) hook. If you donโ€™t have a 4mm hook use a 4.25mm (G) hook instead. 1 Figgi Yarns ~ Moss Green Sifa Silver Cotton Yarn x 50 g ball โ€“ Due to the silver in the yarn it may boost your phones signal. Black, Cream, Beige Double Knit Acrylic Yarn Stitch marker Wool needle 1cm Button Gauge 9 sts & 9 rows = 2โ€ Approximate Size Width: 3 ยผโ€ (8 cm) Height: 6 ยผโ€ (16 cm) Approximate Yardage Moss green yarn โ€“ 54.13 yards Black โ€“ Scraps Cream โ€“ 2.35 yards Beige โ€“ 1.15 yards Phone Cozy Using 4mm (6) hook and moss green yarn. As this phone cozy wonโ€™t fit all sizes you will have to ch the amount to the width of your phone + 4 chโ€™s
  14. Apak

    My holiday owl cushion

    Once upon a time there was a Fairy God Mother living in fantastic place called Crochetville She gifted my the pattern for Owl Cushion by ShiFio's Patterns. I went for holidays to the seaside and took this owl project with me. It's really great pattern, although I found sewing on all the parts the most difficult. So here is my very first owl - pillow and believe it or not - not the last one And what I like the most about it - this one is FOR ME Yarn: Alize Cotton Gold Hook: Clover 2,5mm
  15. http://crochetparfait.blogspot.com/2013/10/owlet-in-tree-hollow-afghan-chart.html
  16. LoveKnot

    Hedwig the Owl

    In honor of Harry Potter's birthday on July 31, I decided to create my own Hedwig. She came out fabulous! I think I'll put a pattern together for her, but it will need to be more of a guideline type thing. I just drew the shape of a wing and experimented with the increases and decreases until I got the shape I was looking for. Both body and wings are crocheted in the round, but the wings are unstuffed and flattened. She's about 8" tall, 6" wide, and made of one strand of white super saver and one strand of Yarn Bee Lambie Pie, held together. They were just stuff I found in my stash pile.
  17. These are my crochet patterns with the African Flower! What I love most about them is that you can make a few flowers without needing to look at the pattern all the time. They are so easy and fund to make and after you have done a few you put them together and create magic! Etsy: Owl: https://www.etsy.com/listing/153654228/crochet-pattern-maggie-the-african?ref=listing-shop-header-1 Dog: https://www.etsy.com/listing/160079111/crochet-pattern-mia-the-african-flower?ref=shop_home_feat Skull: https://www.etsy.com/listing/158469308/crochet-pattern-lucy-the-african-flower?ref=shop_home_feat Butterfly: https://www.etsy.com/listing/154920384/crochet-pattern-tess-the-african-flower?ref=related-5 Heart: https://www.etsy.com/listing/159318990/crochet-pattern-african-flower-heart?ref=related-7 Ravelry: Owl: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/maggie-the-african-flower-owl-pillow-pattern Dog: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/mia-the-african-flower-dog-pillow Skull: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/lucy-the-african-flower-skull---crochet-pattern Butterfly: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/tess-the-african-flower-butterfly-pillow---crochet-pattern Heart: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/african-flower-heart-pillow Here is the link to my craftsy homepage: http://www.craftsy.com/user/1580275/pattern-store?_ct=fhevybu-ikrdql-fqjjuhdijehu Please tell me what you think of my patterns! I would love to pick your brain:) Have a great day all Crochet Nerds like me!
  18. Apak

    More owls...

    Today is the last day of the school year here in Poland and we start holidays :cheer I asked my students about their favourite colors and made the owls for them. I also added the keyrings. I made some owls for the girls who attended my craft workshops, too.
  19. http://www.shifio.co.uk/patterns/245.html