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  1. I think I saw a photo of the jar gripper on this forum, but not absolutely sure. No pattern just dc in each hole and dc,ch1 or 2.dc in corners. Easy Liner, shelf/cabinet lining. Basic Gripper Towel Ring designed by Priscilla Hewitt. Great projects when you just want to relax and not concentrate too much.
  2. http://dragonchick1988life.blogspot.com/2016/06/crochet-eyeball-flower.html
  3. Hi all! Yesterday I decided to offer one of my patterns for free. It is for a cute sleepy bedbug. He is worked all in one piece, except for his nightcap. He's pretty easy, and only 3-5 inches long depending on what yarn/hook you use. Works up quick, so he's a great last minute gift. http://mossmountain.blogspot.com/2016/02/a-bug-for-bug.html
  4. Crochet Calla Lily pattern Now for sale https://www.etsy.com/listing/237943696/crochet-calla-lily-pattern
  5. Hello everyone, Just here to share my latest free pattern. An easy round crochet placemat. Check out my website and make your set today. Easy to customize for any occasion. Short project you can do with just one ball of cotton yarn. http://www.crochetcricket.com/round-crochet-place-setting-pattern/ Enjoy! ~Cricket~
  6. Updated the blog again! http://wildknitter.blogspot.com/2011/10/helpful-hint-20-simple-projects-dont.html
  7. Simply Sophisticated Shells SimpleShellsDishcloth2102011.pdf Finished Size: 10 1/2" Across Skill Level: Easy Materials: · Sugar’n Cream Stripes Cotton Medium (worsted) weight yarn (2 oz/56.7 g/ 95 yds · H/8/5mm crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge · Tapestry Needle Pattern Notes: Chain 3 at beginning of each round counts as first double crochet. Special Stitches: Popcorn: Dc in indicated space 5 times, take hook out of loop and insert into first Dc made, then back into the dropped loop. Pull the loop through the first Dc. Shell: (2 Dc, Ch2, 2 Dc) in indicated space.V-St: (Dc, Ch1, Dc) in indicated space. Gauge: First 3 rounds of pattern = 2 ½” Across Instructions: Rnd 1: Ch2, 5 Sc in second Ch from Hk; Join with Sl St in first Sc. (5 Sc) Rnd 2: Ch3, Dc 4 times in same St as Sl St (base of Ch3), take hook out of loop and insert into first Dc made (top of Ch3), then back into the dropped loop. Pull the loop through the first Dc, Ch2 , *Popcorn in next Sc, Ch2*; Repeat from * to * 4 times. Join with Sl St in top of beg Ch3. Sl St in next Ch2 Sp. (5 Popcorn Sts, 5 Ch2 Sps) Rnd 3: Ch3, (1 Dc, Ch2, 2 Dc) in same Sp as Sl St, Ch1, [shell in next Ch2 Sp, Ch1] 4 times. Join with Sl St in top of beg Ch3. Sl St in next Dc and Ch2 Sp. (5 Shells) Rnd 4: Ch3, (1 Dc, Ch2, 2 Dc) in same Sp as Sl St, V-St in next Ch1 Sp, [shell in next Ch2 Sp, V-St in next Ch1 Sp] 4 times. Join with Sl St in top of beg Ch3. Sl St in next Dc and Ch2 Sp. (5 Shells, 5 V-Sts) Rnd 5: Ch3, (1 Dc, Ch2, 2 Dc) in same Sp as Sl St, (Ch1, Shell) in each Ch1 and Ch2 Sp around, Ch1. Join with Sl St in top of beg Ch3. Sl St in next Dc and Ch2 Sp.(10 Shells) Rnd 6: Ch3, (1 Dc, Ch2, 2 Dc) in same Sp as Sl St, V-St in next Ch1 Sp, [shell in next Ch2 Sp, V-St in next Ch1 Sp] 9 times. Join with Sl St in top of beg Ch3. Sl St in next Dc and Ch2 Sp. (10 Shells, 10 V-Sts) Rnd 7: Repeat rnd 5. (20 Shells) Rnd 8: Ch3, (1 Dc, Ch2, 2 Dc) in same Sp as Sl St, V-St in next Ch1 Sp, [shell in next Ch2 Sp, V-St in next Ch1 Sp] 9 times. Join with Sl St in top of beg Ch3. Sl St in next Dc. (20 Shells, 20 V-Sts) Note: Shell in the V-Sts, and Sl St in Ch2 Sp of the each Shell. Rnd 9: [sl St in next Ch2 Sp, Shell in next Ch1 Sp] 20 times. Join with Sl St in first Sl St of round. (20 Shells, 20 Sl Sts not including joining Sl St) Fasten off leaving at least 6” and weave in ends securely with tapestry needle.
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