UE_Bp0N8LHI. Google Image Result for. Google Image Result for. Pattern for Ribbed ... by janspirik. Basic Skills Necessary: Be able to read and follow a pattern single crochet double crochet front post double crochet Pattern Description: This pattern uses double crochet, single crochet and front post double crochet.
There are alot of great tutorials online for the front post double crochet. They crochet up very quickly and the front post double crochet gives it an expensive look. Gauge: Gauge: The series of sts, *fpdc,sc,fpdc*, should be around 7/8". Materials: Knit Picks Swish Worsted in Lost Lake Heather - 2 skeins of 110 yards/50 grams (The cream pair was made with Lion Brand Wool Ease Wheat) I9/5.50 mm crochet hook.
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. 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. Gauge 18 sts / 14 rows sc tbl Notes. Redirect Notice. Redirect Notice. Log In / Join the Lion Brand community to get free knitting and free crochet patterns and more!
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!