Log In / Join the Lion Brand community to get free knitting and free crochet patterns and more! Crochet Beanie Single Crochet. Free pattern : Nadie - crochet headband / hair wrap. Sheepie suggested that this be named for my daughter as she wears it so well.
Who am I to argue with SA ? So here is the pattern for Nadie, a simple crochet headband of the wider hair-wrap type ... particularly fabulous on anyone with long curls or dreads.It is fastened with a button but you could easily adapt it for ties if you prefer. This pattern is written in British/Australian terminology [ for US version scroll down to the bottom ] Yarn: 1x 50 gram ball of Lana Gatto Jaipur 100% egyptian cottonHook: 3.5mmTension: 18 st and 10 rows = 4" / 10 cmSize: average adult english/aussie abbreviations:ch - chaindc - double crochethtr - half trebletr - treble foundation row: chain 78 Row 1: dc in 2nd ch from hook, 9 dc [10 dc in total] 5 htr, 47 tr, 5 htr, 10 dc, ch 1, turnRow 2: 10 dc, 5 htr, 2 tr,* ch1, miss 1 tr, 2 tr* repeat from * to * a further 14 times [ you should have 15 spaces ] 5 htr, 10 dc, ch 1, turnRow 3:10 dc, 5 htr, 47 tr, 5htr, 10 dc, ch 1 turn enjoy!
Crochet Baby Cherry Hat. This hat is much prettier than this scan makes it look!
Created by Judith Prindle 2/18/07 I am the only one that has made this hat so please let me know if you have any questions. I used; Caron simply Soft Brites Red & Green Size G hook Gauge: 4 & 1/2 stitches per inch. --------------------------------------------------------- Do Not join rounds. Cherries: With Red yarn, chain 2. Round 1: 4 single crochet in second chain from hook. Round 2: 2 single crochet in each stitch around. (8 single crochet) Round 3: Single crochet 1 round even Round 4 Single crochet 2 stitches together around. ( 4 single crochet) Cut leaving the yarn end long enough to gather these 4 stitches together by weaving the yarn end in and out through one loop of each stitch. Leaf: With green yarn, Chain 2. Basic Fingerless Mittens. Author Julia V Introduction A pair of simple fingerless crochet mittens I worked up as a last minute Christmas gift.
I wrote down the pattern because I really liked how they turned out and I didn't see anything like it around. They are worked in an Aran weight yarn on a 5mm (H) hook, so they work up rather quickly. Materials List Yarn: Multicolor mittens: Lana Grossa ‘Bingo Print’ (100% merino wool; 80m/87.5 yards - 50g): color 316, 2 balls. Blue mittens: Fonty Numéro 5 (100% wool; 85m/93 yards - 50g; color 217; 2 balls). Yarn Substitution: You need about 110 m (120 yards) of Aran weight yarn. Other yarns I recommend (this list keeps growing as I make more mittens myself): Rowan RYC Cashsoft Aran, Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Aran Hook: 5 mm (H) Finished Size One size fits most adult women.
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Hand and Wrist Stretches for Crocheters. By Rachel Choi – 11 Comments Do your hands or wrists get tired when you crochet?
Do they get sore or cramped up? If so, you’re not alone, it happens to a lot of us. Here are some stretches that I found across the web that may help you stretch your hands and wrists. Of course, all stretches aren’t made for all people, so do what works for you. Shelterpub.com – This is a quick PDF file which has a few stretches for you to try. No matter what stretches you decide to do, always be careful while stretching (I don’t want you to hurt yourself). Personally, I like to take small breaks if my hands or wrist get sore while crocheting. How do you like to handle your hand or wrist aches while crocheting? Log In / Join the Lion Brand community to get free knitting and free crochet patterns and more! Images.