Free crochet patterns. Techniques used in this pattern (British term / American term): Chain stitch – ch Double crochet / Single crochet – dc/sc Treble / Double crochet – tr/dc Front Post tr / dc – FPtr/dc Back Post tr / dc – BPtr/dc Stitch – st Foundation Chain: Multiples of 19 + 3 Row 1: skip 2 ch, 1dc/sc in each of the next 7ch, * skip 2ch, 1tr/dc + 1c + 1tr/dc in next ch, skip 2ch, 1dc/sc in each of the next 14ch; rep from*, skip 2ch, 1tr/dc + 1c + 1tr/dc in next ch, skip 2ch, 1dc/sc in each of the next 8ch, turn.
Row 2: Make 2ch. * Making big shell: 1dc/sc in next st, 2ch, skip 2st, 1dc/sc in next, 2ch, skip 2st, dc/sc in next, 3ch, skip two tr/dc with 1ch between and work 1dc/sc in dc/sc below, turn. As-we-go stripey blanket – not your average crochet. Manly Sports Lapghan (Illini) [Pattern] One struggle I’ve always had with making items for men is that crochet is just not a manly looking craft. many of the stitches are frilly or open – and let’s face it, the manly men just don’t like it too much.
I have successfully been able to make manly scarves, hats, and afghans for male family members and friends, so when my husband was complaining of being a little chilly in the living room, I thought this was a good opportunity to make him a lapghan for his recliner. The colors he wanted: Illini Blue and Orange. My final lapghan ended up being 21 stripes long which was long enough to go from his mid-waist and cover his feet, giving him a little extra room for when he lays back in his recliner.
Basically – this is a LONG lapghan that covers your lap, legs, and feet. You can make it shorter if you want by simply not doing as many stripes. American Flag Crochet Pattern. Crochet an American Flag Afghan or an American Flag Fridgie contributed by Kathy Wilson of Grandmas Hookery.
But this time I wanted to do a little twist to the granny pattern. Therefore, I designed this blanket made with one-color granny squares arranged to give a plaid look. Instead of sewing them at the end, the granny squares are joined together as you go. Las “frazadas granny” son típicamente multicolores, y ciertamente son preciosas. Pero en esta ocasión yo quería darle un toque más moderno, y a la vez clásico a la frazada granny. Floral Fiesta pattern by Maggie Weldon. A Touch of Southwest Afghan. This is one of three afghans that I received for my wedding many years ago.
This one is from my husbands grandmother on his mother's side. This won her 1st place at the Lincoln County Fair in Nevada one year. Make starting chain as long as you wish to make the afghan start with a tail and leave a tail at the end of every row when you cut the yarn at the end of every row. below is the rest of the pattern pretty simple really leave tail, chain to desired length of afghan, leave tail again. Original was done in wool and felted a little. Also the original was also mirrored from side. Alternating V Shell Afghan. Materials needed: Acrylic yarn in desired colors.
About 3 pounds of worsted weight yarn will make a 40 inch by 60 inch afghan (the ideal size for Project Linus). About 4 to 5 ounces of 4-ply worsted weight yarn will make a large preemie baby blanket (about 18" x 20") About 12 ounces of 3-ply sport weight yarn will make a baby blanket approximately 36" square. Crochet hook size H for 4-ply worsted weight yarn. Crochet hook size F for 3-ply sport weight yarn. Apache Tears afghan. Beautifully textured, captivating and fascinating!
I’m referring to the strikingly mesmerizing Apache Tears crochet pattern. I’ve had quite a few enquiries in regards to this pattern, so today I thought I’d share my tips and technique with you. It’s not a complicated pattern so let’s get started! The following are the ‘basic’ rules when working this pattern: Each row is worked from the right side.Each row is worked from right to left.Ensure to leave a 6 inch tail of yarn when beginning and ending a row.To begin each row, form a slip knot on your hook and commence row.Work all dc in the back loop of stitches.Work all dtr in the front loop of stitch 3 rows below, whilst missing the dc behind on current row. The pattern may also be customized to your own preferences, producing a dense fabric! When it comes to customizing it all boils down to . . . the spacing . . . you can choose to customize your blanket by working 8 dc, 6 dc or 4 dc etc. Sample 1: Spacing of 8 dc With Red, ch 37.
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Block Stitch Afghan. .....what about two more pictures of my blanket to be????
Some of you asked me how the "dots" ( I call them "rice grains"!!!) Can pop out in this way, so I thought it will be nice if I show you how this happens!!!! Happy about that??? Yes, I imagine so! Collect just few things : Breaking Bad Afghan. Bright Falling Leaves Afghan. There are currently no images from other crafters. close Terms & Conditions You must enter into this Agreement if you want to submit digital images or other content to Prime Publishing through Sharing Customer Images (the "Service"). As used in this Agreement, "we" or "Prime Publishing" means Prime Publishing, LLC. and "you" means the individual or entity submitting materials to Prime Publishing. Celtic Weave Blanket. Chevron Stripes Blanket. Color Burst Afghan. Color Burst Afghan by Michael Sellick ©2012 The Crochet Crowd® This is the Color Burst Afghan created by me.
It has a use of many colours with the creamy white being the connective colour that makes this afghan so nice. It is created with Bernat Softee Chunky Yarn which is really soft and makes for this afghan to be a quick project. A finished afghan will measure 60″ x 60″ and consists of only 49 squares in total.
Crazy Ripple Blanket. This free-style afghan is a great way to use up little bits of leftover yarn while making a stunning conversation piece. Daisy Afghan Pattern. Feather and Fan Blanket. Floral Fiesta Afghan. Flower Afghan. Printer-friendly version Size 47 inches x 70 inches Materials Required: AMERICAN THREAD COMPANY "DAWN" KNITTING WORSTED 22 ozs. Black and 3 ozs. each of 21 Assorted Colors. Each motif measures about 2 ¼ inches. 672 motifs, 21 x 32 are required for afghan. Plastic crochet hook No. 5 or G. Heart Blanket. I Love Scraps Afghan. Flowers in the snow. This is the same pattern as you find here. I've just done a bit of sorting and made an all English version for you. (Have been meaning to do that for a while…) Jeweled Lattice Afghan. Joseph’s Puff Stitch Blanket. Larksfoot Blanket. Lazy Waves Blanket Pattern. Moroccan Tile Afghan. The Moroccan Tile Afghan is warm, cozy, a fast V stitch pattern to crochet, and full of color!
Multi-stitch Stripe Blanket. A colorful multi-stitch, multi-stripe blanket. Oblong Wool-eater Blanket. Paintbrush Pillow Cover & Afghan. Looking a little like colorful sweeps with a fan-shaped paintbrush, I'm calling this the Paintbrush Pillow Cover. You can find it here, here, or here. I wrote it with simple instructions to make an afghan, as well. And I can only imagine the things that could be done with different colors. This is my first prototype. Painted Desert Sunset Afghan. There are currently no images from other crafters. Pinwheel afghan. Prairie Star. Quilt Afghan. Rise & Shine Afghan. Sea Blue Afghan. Seventies Granny Square Blanket. Skipping Stones Circular Afghan. Southwestern Cables Afghan.
Spirit of America Afghan. Stained Glass Window Afghan. AllFreeCrochet.com. Star-Crossed Afghan. Strawberry Stripes Afghan. Twinkle star blanket. Vintage fan ripple blanket. Waffle Crochet Blanket. Wool-eater Blanket.