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WALL-E and Eve-- Now with patterns! - CROCHET Just in time for Valentine's Day, a little bit of robot love! WALL-E and Eve are crocheted from wool and acrylic yarn and stuffed with lentils and fiber fill. I even snuck little magnets into their arms so they'll hold hands on their own I'm not very good at embroidery yet, but just picked up an adorable book to help me improve. Hopefully my next try will be a little tidier, especially on the WALL-E logo.
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Last week when we were in Dorset the weather was very mixed. In fact, it was a week of two halves, with the first half being pretty grim (think thick fog, drizzle, rain, blustery, cold, damp, wet, and grey) and the second half being pretty good (think blustery, showery, sunny, cold, warm, blue, light and bright). We took it all in our stride, venturing out each and every day to appreciate the joys of being at the coast no matter what the weather was playing at.
Link easily to this tutorial in your patterns: www.planetjune.com/magicring Looking for the left-handed instructions? Or the video tutorial? If not, read on…
Despicable Minion Minion army anyone? I just had to. I've not seen the movie yet, but the little guys are just so charming.
As I was writing up my pattern for the spiral baby blanket, I was going to link to a tutorial on surface crochet, but I couldnt seem to find one which would be comprehensive enough, so I just thought I might as well make a quick one up. Surface crochet is a great way to embellish both crocheted items and knitted items, it's quick and easy and you can make up the patterns as you go along. If you know how to crochet already, then this will be a walk in the park for you to learn. Surface crochet : : A crochet tutorial
Sunshine's Creations @Vintage Threads Inc.: crocodile stitch This is a similar in concept, meaning three-dimensional of look, to the snow queen. It's not the same, but it's pretty cool anyway. It is in Portuguese, but I thought it was neat enough for you to see. If you know how to crochet the visuals should be enough for you to understand how to do this. I might have these in the wrong order; each one is roughly 10 mins., some are much shorter. She talks a lot; wish I understood her better because I am sure with that much talking I must be missing something.
This tutorial will walk you through round six of the Through Any Window Baby Blanket pattern. All six rounds apply to the original version. If you are crocheting the alternate version this tutorial will help you through Round 4: Step Four. For beginning pattern readers, the first two rounds are spelled out with limited abbreviations. Through Any Window Baby Blanket Tutorial « A Whole Load of Craft
Coasters are a great gift, an awesome way to add some color to a room or end table, an effective stash buster and a great way to introduce crochet to a beginner. This week’s coasters look best in a solid color (in my opinion) and only take a very short time to make up. See Cool Coasters 1 and look out for a couple weeks more of free coaster patterns to come! Finished Size: 4 1/2″ (11.43 cm) X 4 1/2″ (11.43 cm) Note on Weight: pattern shown using mercerized cotton to give coasters a ‘stiffer’ feel and retain formGauge: rounds 1-2 measure 1 1/4″ (3.175 cm) across Cool Coasters 2
Crochet Flower I have a few people ask for the crochet flower that I used with my headband. It is a very easy crochet flower I whipped together very quickly. Doing the multiple DC in the same ch 1 creates your standard shell stitch. Basically all I did for this pattern take a basic crochet stitch and use a tapestry needle in order to sew it together.
How to crochet the Crocodile Stitch sample
Amy's Gurumis I can tell you what is uncrochetable…a wimple. (Ok, it was a little more difficult coming up with a Sister Bernadette quote for the title of this post than it was to rework Chummy quotes into last week’s post, but it’s the best I could come up with at 4 in the morning on my break). I’m a few days late, but amazingly I am keeping my promise to update once a week!