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  1. Hello I've just started doing crochet, and I'm making a stuffed animal for my child. Unfortunately I'm stuck trying to make the legs, as I can't figure out how to do this correctly to make enough stitches. Initially I make a magic ring with 6 sc and join that. Then I do 2 sc in each st anf have a total of 12 stitches. Here comes my problem: 2 dc in first 3 sts (got that covered), 2 hdc in next 2 sts (unsure if I'm meant to "stack" them?), 2 sc in next 5 sts (got that covered), 2 hdc in last 2 sts and join. It should make 24 sts, but I don't get that being stuck not knowing how to pro
  2. 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
  3. I love making stuffed toys crochet patterns There are several of my favorites
  4. Here is Free Amigurumi Frog crochet pattern: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/frog-amigurumi-free-crochet-pattern
  5. This little guy was inspired by the little stuffed panda toy in Kung Fu Panda 2! His pattern was made by a great crocheter and can be found on her blog! http://krawka.blogspot.com/2014/09/polittle-little-po-part-2.html I just fell in love with him the moment I saw him and so did my daughter. I shamelessly left all my other projects to start this one last night and I finished him this afternoon Note: the only difference is my hands and feet ( I did not have enough yarn to do the nails ) Visit my blog to see to see more pics! http://creativecrochetworkshop.blogspot.com/2014/09/little-po.ht
  6. This is an original design that I made for a custom order. Her toddler loves the Rhino Song, so his rhino is purple :-) Please leave comments about the rhino. It's my first original design stuffed animal. It's a lot easier making animals from patterns, but I thoroughly enjoyed the creative process and challenge.
  7. Easter Pocket Pals An Easter bunny and chick with pockets ready to be filled with Easter goodies! Skill Level: Easy - Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing. Concentration required for neat finishing. Size: 15cm in length and 10cm in width at the widest part worked in double knitting/light worsted yarn For more information please visit my blog -http://creativecrochetworkshop.blogspot.com/2014/03/easter-pocket-pals.html
  8. After the senseless tragedy on Friday in Newtown, CT, I'm sure many of our caring, thoughtful Villagers are wondering how you can help the people of the town begin to heal. Two fairly local Crochet Guild of America (CGOA) chapters---Happily Hooked on Crochet in CT and Crochet Guild of Prince William County-VA & PA)---are in the process of organizing an effort to gather stuffed animals for the children of Newtown. They're still working out the logistics of how to send in your donations and how they'll get them delivered, but you can begin working on your donations now. Here's
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