Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'stashbuster'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Crochetville Basics
    • Introduce Yourself
    • Crochetville Announcements
  • Crochetville Essentials
    • Crochet Help
    • Seeking Patterns
    • Crochet-Alongs (CALs)
    • Crochet Show-and-Tell
  • Crochet Discussion
    • Crochet Patterns
    • Crochet Yarn
    • Crochet Hooks and Gadgets
    • Crochet Shopping
    • Crochet in Popular Culture
    • Crochet Web Sites
    • Crochet Publications
    • Crochet Reference
    • Special Crochet & Fiber Techniques
    • Crochet Discussion: Everything Else
    • Get to Know You: Crochet Q&A
  • The Exchange
    • Crochet for Charity
  • Crochet Activities
    • Crochet Events
    • CGOA: Crochet Guild of America
  • Crochet Business Center
    • Crochet as a Business
    • Seeking Pattern Testers

Product Groups

  • Meetups
  • Crochetville Patterns
  • Online Classes
  • Pin Looms
  • Needle Felted Sheep and Mice
  • Unavailable
    • Online Business Classes
    • Pattern Uploads

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


Real name


Ravelry ID


Short bio


Location


Hobbies


Occupation


Favorite hooks


Favorite projects


Crocheting since...


My web site

Found 3 results

  1. https://bluestarcrochet.com/easy-crochet-blanket/ This textured crochet blanket uses an easy textured stitch crossed double crochet and has been designed in 12 different sizes from lovey to king size bed.
  2. https://bluestarcrochet.com/chunky-crochet-cowl/ Super chunky crochet cowl that is the ultimate stashbusting project. I have used 4 strands of DK weight yarn to make this cosy cowl. However, this pattern will work for ANY weight yarn. You can combine different yarn weights together to make up 32-ply weight of yarn (4 x DK weight, 3 x 4-ply weight + 2 x aran weight, 1 x DK + 2 x chunky as an example) and the pattern will come out perfect! I have a handy -ply table on the blog to help you along combining your yarns!
  3. After my mother passed away a couple of years ago, I got a few things that she had crocheted, including an afghan, scarf, hat and a hotpad. I really liked the hotpad, and it was looking well-used, so I finally sat down this morning and studied it, and then recreated it. I wrote down how I did it, but since I'm not sure if she got it from a book or what I can't publish it anywhere, so I just thought I'd show it off On the right is the original one that I brought home and on the left is the one I did. Now, the other side of hers is solid white, but I made both of my motifs exactly the same. I think I'll make some more, it's a really good stashbusting project.
×
×
  • Create New...