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  1. Join us in the Countdown to Christmas Blog Hop from October 1 - November 1, 2020 where over 30 designers are sharing one new PDF Christmas freebie each day! Patterns are available only for 24 hours - from 12am - 11:59pm EST. That's a total of 32 FREE patterns by the end of the event. Each pattern in the blog hop has been handpicked to be perfect for holiday gift giving, home decor, or a festive addition to your winter wardrobe! Just click on the link below and scroll down passed the giveaway to get started. Click HERE to go to the blog hop.
  2. Fun headband and cowl for fall and winter Etsy shop-https://www.etsy.com/in-en/shop/LetsAllCrochet?ref=simple-shop-header-name&listing_id=803367213 YouTube -https://www.youtube.com/c/LetsAllCrochet
  3. http://www.womanmateandmother.com/2017/11/12/crochet-snowflake-sweater-instructions/ fairly quick pattern. The snowflake blocks make it look much more difficult than it really is.
  4. *PATTERN ONLY* https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/562772356/crochet-pattern-for-our-slouchy-rainbow Another one of Jan's beautiful hats! We love the colour of this wool; it reinds us of the autumal colours of the leaves in the trees. The wool is soft and warm and is a lovely addition to a warm winter walk! We can't stop wearing this style and always recieve compliments on the unique appearance of this hat! You will need: a 5.5mm crochet hook, yarn needle, some polyester toy stuffing and a chunky yarn; I have used the following yarn: James C Brett Marble Chunky- colour MC7 What you'll recieve: -digital download with full making instructions to make this beautiful slouchy beanie hat -our thanks and gratitude Any queries don't hesitate to email us: designdivasjr@gmail.com
  5. I made this headband using an older pattern called "Jazzy Headband" by Christina Budd. I think it came out nicely! I used Lion Brand's Vanna's Choice acrylic yarn in "dusty purple". It's for sale in my Etsy shop. I hope someone buys it, though I haven't had luck selling things.
  6. When I started to crochet I went to poundland for my first couple of yarns to test out and see how well I could do it, so if I failed at it and couldn't work out how to hold the yarn or the hook etc then I knew I hadn't spent money and wasted it!
  7. What You'll Need 12.00mm Crochet Hook -OR- 10.00mm Crochet Hook 4 Colours of 80g Super Bulky Yarn {14ply} Scissors Tapestry/Wool Needle Colours {This is the lift of colours I used.} Navy Honey Wine Cream Finished Size Roughly 38 inches around and 14 inches wide. {Note: This all depends on how loosely or tightly you crochet.} You can find pattern HERE!
  8. The other day I realized I hadn't crocheted a single scarf since last year! This was obviously much too long ago, so I decided to do something about it, and got my crochet hook out. After multiple days of trial and error I finally created a new scarf! So, I'm very proud and happy to present my newest scarf, the Chunky Button Cowl! I hope you all enjoy it as much as I do! What You'll Need 10.00mm Crochet Hook 3 Colours of 150g 8ply {DK} Yarn ~OR~ Bulky YarnScissors Tapestry/Wool Needle 4 x 4cm {1.6 Inches} Button Finished Size: Roughly 40 inches around and 16 inches wide. {Note: This all depends on how loosely or tightly you crochet.} You can find the free pattern HERE!
  9. The 2012 Special Olympics Scarf Project, sponsored by Red Heart yarn co., is underway and I designed this scarf specifically for this project. Go to the Special Olympics Scarf Project website to find out more, and to see where in your state you can send a completed scarf or two or twenty! Chain Loop Special Olympics Scarf Pattern Instructions Chain 22 with Color A Row 1: DC in 3rd ch from hook, DC across, 20 sts, turn Row 2: CH 1, 1 SC in front loop of first DC, *8 CH, 1 SC in front loop of next DC, repeat from *, ending by changing to color B with SC in front loop of last DC, turn Row 3: CH 2, DC in back loop of each st across, turn Repeat rows 2 &3 8 times for pattern, 6 rows or looped sts At end of 12th row change to color A turn Row 13: CH 2, DC in back loop of each st across, turn Row 14: CH 1, SC in each st across changing to color B at end of row, turn Row 15: CH 2, DC in each st across, turn Row 16: CH 1, SC in each st across changing to color B at end of row, turn Repeat rows 15 & 16 61 times for pattern, ending with color B row Row 17: CH 2, DC in each st across, turn Row 18: CH 1, SC in each st across, change to color B, turn Row 19: CH 8, SC in back loop of 1st st, *CH 8, SC in back loop of next st, repeat from * to end Row 20: CH 2, DC in back loop of each st across, changing to color A, turn Repeat rows 19 & 20 8 times for pattern, 6 rows of chained st ending with color A DC row. Bind off, weave in ends and send!!! NOTE: This pattern is slightly longer than the maximum length of 60" so repeating rows 15 & 16 55 times ending on a color B row should reduce the length to guidlines. http://sedruola.etsy.com © Yarn Obsession, May 2011
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