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  1. I made up this little pattern so my friend's daughter would have a witch's hat to wear this October. It works up really fast and is very adjustable. Check it out if you're in need. Free witch's hat crochet pattern
  2. Does anyone have any idea of how to do this stitch on this dress? It looks like a smaller mesh, triangles, and a larger mash but I cannot figure out how to recreate it! And does anyone have any idea of a pattern, specifically for the halter neck and low back. And where should I decrease/increase to get the form-fitting torso, but flowy/loose bottom of the dress?
  3. Hi Guys This is a Free written crochet pattern to create a baby bunny hat with long floppy ears, I have also added a cute crochet flower, This bunny hat is perfect for a new baby photo prop
  4. Hello. I’ve been working on a cardigan and i’ve gotten stuck. At the bottom I’ve posted a picture of how its supposed to look when it’s finished and how you’re supposed to sew together the squares. the first picture is the body portion and the second picture is (one of the) sleeves. I also posted the link to the pattern I’ve come to the point where it’s time for me to sew on the sleeves to the body portion of the cardigan but i’m a little confused on how its supposed to attach. The arm hole of the body is 5 squares big. I have two squares from the front, two squares from the back and then one square on the side, which makes up the arm hole of the cardigan. But then the arm hole on the sleeve is a lot smaller. All I have is the one square on the top and the two half squares on the sides and then the gussets on the bottom. How am I supposed to sew them together with the different sizing? Have I done this wrong? Sorry if this is confusing, i'm doing my best to explain it without posting the pattern since it isn't free. Pattern link: https://www.etsy.com/listing/121435757/1970s-vintage-granny-square-sweater-set
  5. So I made most of the Bernie Sanders amigurumi but the arms I made turned out to be 7 single crochet in diameter instead of 6 single crochet in the round. Now my coat for Bernie Sanders is going to be too narrow on the sleeves. What should I do? Also, I tried making the coat but I didn't understand the pattern....I need some help! P.S. I contacted the designer for help so thanks for the advice guys!
  6. Hi, Im new here and I've been dealing with a pattern for a while trying to make a sweater for my soon to come baby girl in January. The pictures looked great so I decided to try to make it. This is the pattern link https://www.orchidloop.com/post/mila-sweater-free-pattern It starts like this: Setup Row Ch 38 (44,48,54,60) dc in 3rd ch from hook and the following 6 (7,8,9,10) sts. Create a v-st in the next st, dc in 2 (3,3,4,5) sts. Create a v-st in the next st, dc in 14 (16,18,20,22) sts. Create a v-st in the next st, dc in 2 (3,3,4,5) sts. Create a v-st in the next st, dc in the remaining 7 (8,9,10,11) sts. All good so far here, Im doing the newborn size and at the end of this first row after the chain I have 44 stitches, but then comes the trouble. Rows 2-5: Ch 2, dc in each st across creating a v-st in each ch-sp. 72 (78, 82, 88, 94) sts I've tried so many ways to get at the end 72 stitches..... It doesent make sense for me. There is somebody else with the same problem in the comments of the pattern. My thought is that I need to increase from 44 stitches to 72 stitches in 4 rows so that makes it 28 stitches in total divided by the rows its 7 stitches increase per row. I dont know how to get the 7 because there are 4 ch-sp where I have to add a v-st. For me it would make more sense to have an increase of 8 on each row, but 7? I dont know how to make that work... Is this something you can help me with? If so, I would really appretiate some guidance. Thanks!
  7. Hi all, i am making an amigurumi monster toy and I have hit a snag. The pattern is working in the round, and is written in UK terminology. the round that has thrown me says- Round 10: 1dc in 5 sts, 1htr in [5] I understand that’s 1 double crochet in the next 5 stitches and then a half treble.. but the stitch count doesn’t add up? And this also doesn’t take me to the end of the round. And what does the “in” mean. I thought perhaps “increase” but that doesn’t fit here. also- Round 12: 1dc in 6 sts, 1htr in [5] and Round 14: 1dc in 6 sts, 1htr in [6] same issue. Any help would be reeeally appreciated!!!
  8. I saw this pattern on Pinterest and was really attracted by it. These shorts look very comfortable. You can make it from size XS to XXL (they're for women). I already ordered the yarn from Ice Yarn company online, which by the way was not too expensive, it's $1.50 a skein and $9.95 shipping to the US. Including the price of the pattern, I spent $26.68 on it (inc. shipping) which is about what I would have spent on a new pair of shorts. This way, I can also make some shorts for my nieces, although I'd need to order more yarn. Here are some photos of the finished product from the pattern. You can buy it on Ravelry here or try the free pattern on her website here. Since it has a photo tutorial I thought it would be easier to just buy the pdf since I dislike taking and arranging lots of screenshots for a printed pattern. I don't think I'll make the matching crop top since I don't really like the way it looks. I bought emerald green yarn for my shorts, the website was out of stock of the navy blue.
  9. Hiya! I saw this scarf in a shop the other day and absolutely loved it, but its a little out of my price range so I thought I'd have a crack at crocheting it myself Any granny square pattern recommendations for the checkerboard square, spiral, and classic-style square? Thanks! Sam x
  10. Hi there! I am taking inspiration from a picture of a crochet dress, and I am wondering what type of granny square this is, with a mini diamond in the middle? This is a link to the picture Thank you so much!!
  11. Hi guys, this is my very first time creating an amigurumi with a written pattern (I usually follow youtube videos) and I found myself stuck on this particularly tricky step. Is it an instruction that is lost in translation or is it a type of stitch I have yet to learn: “1. 5 ch, start to knit in the second loop from the hook, inc, 2sc, 3sc to the extreme ch, 3sc (10)” I would really really appreciate it if you guys could help me understand what this means and how to do it :DD TLDR; I DON’T UNDERSTAND THIS STEP PLS HELP!! P.S. I can’t figure out how to attach pictures so I put a link to the pattern below:)))https://www.amigurumiday.com/march-cats-amigurumi-crochet-pattern/
  12. Hi everybody! I wan to dedicate this beautiful summer weekend to the cute puppies! They are sweet and all time full with energy. Today I share with you 9 new dog puppy pattern in more color variations. https://www.etsy.com/shop/ElizaGraphDesign Which are: Basset Hound Beagle Boxer Corgi Dachshund English Bulldog Maltese Miniature Schnauzer Pitbull I hope you will like them as much as I do. You can follow my new design on my fb page: https://www.facebook.com/elizapatterns The custom patterns are all time available and from now in montage patterns too: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ElizaGraphDesign?section_id=34703872 If you have any questions or would be interested in any other breeds, color variations, pets, just write to me.
  13. Hi everyone If you are interested in Mosaic Crochet, my first pattern is up and running in Ravelry.com It is a pattern suitable for making pillows, cushions, purses, and even blankets. The pattern is in two versions and it is on sale right now. July promotion 20% off. feel free to contact me for my Ravelry store link. Or you can search the pattern by its name "Mosaic Pine Tree". Thank you.
  14. I need help with a classic string bag. The pattern says “ch244. Row 1: sl st in 8th chain from the hook” what exactly does the 8th chain from the hook mean?
  15. Hi Everybody! Today I want to open a new section in my shop which is the horses and ponies section!! I think are betwen us many horse lovers, riders and horse owners too. They are so beautiful, graceful, trustful, friendly. Are available 7 new breeds with more color variations: Andalusian horse, American Paint horse, Arabian horse, Connemara pony, Friesian horse, Mustang and the Throughbreed. And of course with the Custom Horse Pattern option too. You can find them in my shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ElizaGraphDesign and if you are interested in other breeds please let me know in comment and I try to come with them as I have time!
  16. Lovely Cat Ladies! This month I started to became a cat lady me too, well just a digital one :D. Not an easy thing to understand the cat genetics because next to the classic breeds most of us have just simple domestic cats housecats not a pure breed. So first I tried to come just with simple patterns which are: Tabby Cat, Black Cat, White Cat and two breeds: the Abyssinian Cat and the old type Siamese Cat. https://www.etsy.com/shop/ElizaGraphDesign I have in plan to make simple domestic Tuxedo cats, Calico cats, Tortoiseshell cat but as many cats as possible coat patterns. So I need a bit time to find out and make a basic pattern on which I can change this coat pattern for every lovely cat owner!!! Please if you have time help my work with your ideas, with your thoughts, with your needs in comment so I can build a cat friendly shop section!! Thank you for your reading!!! You can follow my fb page too: https://www.facebook.com/elizapatterns The costum pattern option is always available too in any kind of pets too:https://www.etsy.com/listing/713259870/custom-cat-cross-stitch-pattern-crochet?ref=shop_home_feat_2
  17. Hi every creative dog fans! Today I public with you 9 dog breed patterns. With different coat types, patterns and of course in incredible more color variations😃. I tried to overlap most of the colors but it is impossible So please if you would be interested in other color variations just write to me I help with pleasure. They are the: Golden Retriever in 4 colors Chihuahua in 16 colors Long Haired Chihuahua in 6 colors Dachshund in 15 colors Long Haired Dachshund in 10 colors Wire Haired Dachshund in 3 colors English Cocker Spaniel in 16 colors Pomeranian in 8 colors Poodle in 6 colors I hope you like them. If you would be interested in other color variations or other breeds too please comment. https://www.etsy.com/shop/ElizaGraphDesign You can follow my fb page too: https://www.facebook.com/elizapatterns The costum pattern option is always available too in any kind of pets too:https://www.etsy.com/listing/922765315/custom-dog-cross-stitch-pattern-crochet?ref=shop_home_feat_3
  18. Hi dog lovers! Today I come with with a few really liked dog breed patterns of course in more more color variations😃. They are the: French bulldog in 13 colors Pug in 6 colors Australian Cattle Dog in 6 colors Australian Shepherd in 4 colors American Akita in 4 colors Shih Tzu in 6 colors. I hope you like them. If you would be interested in other color variations or other breeds too please comment. https://www.etsy.com/shop/ElizaGraphDesign You can follow my fb page too: https://www.facebook.com/elizapatterns The costum pattern option is always available too in any kind of pets too:https://www.etsy.com/listing/922765315/custom-dog-cross-stitch-pattern-crochet?ref=shop_home_feat_3
  19. hello! i bought this shirt awhile ago before i knew how to crochet but it ended up being too big and i couldn’t return it so it just sat in my closet for awhile. i’d love to try and remake it now so it would be more my size but i can’t find a pattern for it anywhere. i was hoping someone could either tell me how to make it or knew where i could find a pattern for it somewhere.
  20. I am an experienced crocheter, and am designing some cute and simple patterns to start with. I do need some pattern testers, and you would keep the pattern of course, all I ask is a good photo and any comments and/or corrections. If you would like to test my patterns, send me an Etsy Convo here: www.craftingatthepoole.etsy.com Or email me here: craftingatthepoole at gmail dot com. Or reply to this post! I hope to hear from some enthusiasts soon! Edit: Most of what I make is in Bernat blanket yarn, and the pattern I have available for testing at this moment uses it.
  21. I've been reading Leonie Morgan's '100 Colourful ripple stitches'. Some of the patterns are an unusual shape, and have no explanation of how to expand upon the pattern. One pattern repeat is given as, for example (as with the Arcade pattern), 22cm (8.75inch) x 22cm (8.75inch), but how do I expand this into a much bigger afghan or blanket? See photo of the Arcade pattern from the book.
  22. Does anyone have a pattern for a dress like this https://images.app.goo.gl/3j6owN5Nxowx2Zjm9
  23. hello! i'm still new to the crochet world and i'm learning the bobble stitch right now.. this pattern is really confusing to me, here is how it goes: R13: 3ch, 3tr, *bobble st on 2 stitches, 2tr*. repeat *...* 4x to get 5 bobbles. crochet 4 tr, work 2 st together, 3tr, work 2 st together. this pattern is used with UK terminology so it's actually tr=double. i'm confused about the commas, is it 3ch and 3 double crochets in the SAME stitch or are we separating stitches? and bobble on 2 stitches, does it mean i do a bobble stitch on two consecutive stitches or is it a different kind of bobble stitch? it's also confusing because this part of the pattern doesn't mention how many stitches are counted in each round.. thank you in advance, sorry if this is out of context, this is the only part of the pattern i'm confused about, hopefully it's enough information.
  24. I am working on a wrap and I am really stuck. I’m working ARAN TOGGLE Wrap i can not figure out what I am suppose to do. I’m confused Shape back neck Row 39: Work Row 3 on next 70 sts, turn. Row 40-44: Working on 70 sts only for Back, repeat Rows 2-3. Do not fasten off. RiGHT FROnT Row 1: Skip next 32 sts along Row 38. Join second ball of yarn in next st, ch 1, sc in next st, hdc in next st, *Bpdc in next st, Fpdc in next st; repeat from * across to last st; Bpdc around ch-2, turn – 46 sts (including the ch-1). Rows 2, 4 and 6: Work as established to last 2 sts before hdc, hdc in next st, sc in next st, turn. Rows 3, 5 and 7: Slip st in sc, sc in hdc, hdc in next st, work as established across, turn – 38 sts including the slip st. Fasten off. LEFT FROnT Ch 39. (Note: if you work into the “bumps” on the wrong side of the ch instead of into the front of the ch, you can ch 38 here and ch 4 instead of 5 on Rows 3 and 5.) Row 1 (WS): Slip st in 2nd ch from hook and in next ch, sc in next ch, hdc in next ch, dc in each of the next 34 ch, turn – 38 sts. Rows 2 and 4: Ch 2, skip first st, *Fpdc in next dc, Bpdc in next dc; repeat from * to last st before hdc, Fpdc in next st, Bpdc in hdc, Fpdc in sc, hdc in next slip st, sc in last slip st, turn. Rows 3 and 5: Ch 4 5, slip st in 2nd ch from hook and in next ch, sc in next ch, hdc in next ch, Fpdc in next sc, Bpdc in next hdc, *Fpdc in next st, Bpdc in next st, Repeat from * across, turn. Row 6: Ch 2, skip first st, *Fpdc in next dc, Bpdc in next dc; repeat from * to last st before hdc, Fpdc in next st, Bpdc in hdc, Fpdc in sc, hdc in next slip st, sc in last slip st,– 46 sts. Fasten off. LEFT SiDE Return to Row 44 of Back Neck to work across all sts and join for Left Side. Row 45: Work as established for 70 sts, ch 32, Fpdc in sc, Bpdc in hdc, *Fpdc in next st, Bpdc in next st; repeat from * across; turn. Row 46: Work as established, working dc in each ch, across, turn – 148 sts. Place marker after 74th st for center of Shoulder. Row 47: Ch 2, skip first st, *Bpdc in next st, Fpdc in next st; repeat from * across to last st; Bpdc around ch-2, turn. Row 48: Ch 2, skip first st, *Fpdc in next st, Bpdc in next st; repeat from * across to last st; Fpdc around ch-2, turn. Row 49: Ch 1, sc in each st, turn. Row 50: Ch 3 (count as dc), skip first st, dc in next st, *skip next 3 sts, tr in next st, dc in each skipped st working behind tr just made; repeat from * to marker for Front, [skip next st, dc in next 3 sts, working in front of 3 dc just made, tr in skipped st] to last 2 sts, dc in 2 sts for Back, turn. Row 51: Ch 3, skip first st, dc in next st, [skip next st, dc in each of next 3 dc, working behind 3 dc just made, tr in skipped st] across to marker for Back, [skip next 3 sts, tr in next st, dc in each of the 3 sts skipped in front of the tr just made] to last 2 sts, dc in 2 dc, turn. Row 52: Ch 3 (count as dc), skip first st, dc in each st across, turn. Row 53(WS): Ch 1, sc in first 2 sts, *bobble in next st, sc in next 3 sc; repeat from *, to last 2 sts, bobble in next st, sc in top of beginning ch, turn. Row 54: Ch 3 (count as dc), skip first st, dc in each st across, turn. Row 55: Ch 1, sc in first 4 sts, *bobble in next st, sc in next 3 sc; repeat from * across, turn. Rows 56-59: Repeat Rows 52-55. Rows 60-61: Ch 1, sc in each st, turn. Rows 62-63: Repeat Rows 50-51. Row 64: Ch 1, sc in each st, turn. Row 65: Ch 3, skip first st, dc in each st, turn. Row 66: Ch 2, skip first st, *Fpdc in next st, Bpdc in next st; repeat from * across to last st; Fpdc around ch-2, turn. Row 67: Ch 2, skip first st, *Bpdc in next st, Fpdc in next st; repeat from * across to last st; Bpdc around ch-2, turn. Row 68-83: Repeat Rows 66-67. Fasten off. FiniSHinG neckband Row 1: With wrong side facing, join yarn to front edge of Left Front and work in sc evenly around front edge, Back neck and Right Front edge, turn. Rows 2-4: Ch 1, sc in each sc around, turn. Round 5 (buttonhole Row): Work in sc to beginning of neck shaping on Right Front edge, ch 3, skip next 3 sc, sc in each of next 5 sc, ch 3, skip next 3 sc, sc to the end, turn to work along bottom edge and sc evenly around bottom and side edges, join with a slip st to first st. Round 6: Ch 1, sc in each st around, join with a slip st to first st. Round 7: Work reverse sc in each st around join with a slip st to first st. Fasten off. Sew buttons opposite buttonholes. Weave in ends. For more ideas & inspiration — www.redheart.com www.coatsandclark.com
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