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Festive Ideas decorations 2nd. Preemie/Newborn Heart Hats Pattern ~ Cream Of The Crop Crochet™ What a precious preemie/newborn heart hats pattern?! This hat is very simple and cute. If you are looking for a preemie pattern to use, to make several for donation this is the pattern to use! Make sure to share your finished project on our Facebook Page! Pattern Tester Says: “Easy pattern to work with. The heart is the easiest I’ve ever crocheted.” Get your PDF of this pattern from Craftsy for only $2! Ravelry~Add this pattern to your favorites and queue! Disclosure: This post has affiliate links to cover the cost of this blog. Skill Level Easy Sizes Included 1-3 lb: 8.5-9″ circumference, 3.5-4″ length 3-5 lb: 11-11.5″ circumference, 4-5″ length 6-8 lb: 12-12.5″ circumference, 5-6″ length 9-11 lb (Newborn): 13-14″ circumference, 6-6.5″ length *These are our finished sizes.

Materials Extra soft worsted weight yarn G-6 (4.00mm) crochet hook* Fabric scissors* Yarn needle, to weave ends* *Amazon Affiliate Links Gauge 3 dc stitches x 2 rows is 1″ *Change the hook size to obtain the gauge. Notes ch-chain ch 3. Christmas tree motif. Author Jessica Felton Introduction This is a simple motif that you can use to decorate cards, turn into ornaments or even make a load and turn them into a garland! Materials List Small amount of green wool Suitable sized crochet hook Finished Size My little trees are only about 2 inches tall - but this will vary depending on what wool and sized crochet hook that you use.

Gauge Keep it nice and tight! Notes I designed this very simple Christmas tree after spending a long time trying to find a suitable free pattern online and having no joy. The Pattern ch 1, 2 sc in 1st sc, 11 sc, 2 sc in last sc Copyright © 2007 All rights reserved.Contact the author with questions about this notice. Crochet Coffee Mug Cozy. My sister put in a couple of last minute Christmas present requests. She sent me a picture of a really cute mug cozy she found on etsy that had already sold and asked if I could make one. Well of course I could! I started out by finding a mug cozy pattern. This one from Tutus and Tea Parties was perfect. It was worked up really quickly and is easy to adapt to different size mugs. I used some cream colored wool from my stash (this is a great stash buster project too.) To add the poppy flowers I found some red buttons at Joann’s.

The whole project went really quickly and my sister loved it. Stay tuned for more crochet Christmas presents! I may be linking up to one of these fabulous parties. Tutus and Tea Parties: Free Crochet Mug Cozy Pattern. This post contains affiliate links. Thank you for your support. Materials:Size H hookMedium weight {4} yarn - I use Vanna's ChoiceFinished size approximately 12 inches long Abbreviations:Chain (ch)Stitch/Stitches (st/sts)Slip Stitch (ss) Foundation: Chain 11 Row 1: sc in first chain from hook and each chain across, turn. (10 sc) Row 2: ch 1, sc in first sc and in each across, turn. (10 sc) Repeat row 2 until piece measures approximately 10 inches long. Do not chain 1 at end of row. Starting on the “neck”: ss in next 2 stitches, chain 1, sc in next 6 sc, leave last 2 sc stitches unworked, turn.

*Chain 1, sc in each sc across, turn.* (6 sc) Repeat from * to * for one more row. Button Hole: Chain 1, sc in next 2 sts, chain 2, skip next 2 sts, sc in last 2 sts, turn. Chain 1, sc in next 2 sts, 2 sc in chain 2 space, sc in last 2 sts. Finishing: Continue to evenly single crochet around whole piece using 2 sc in each outside cornerstitch.

Join with a slip stitch and fasten off. Can't crochet? Easy crochet mug cozy DIY. Hello lovely people! I've been very busy (what else is new?) With our house renovation plans (yeap we are still planning, no doing just yet) but I've been on a creative mania too, so here's a little DIY I've put together. Well, you know about my crochet love and putting it all for a good cause. I will show you pictures of what I've made so far in a later post. This time I used my crochet skills for something I've been drooling all over since the first time I saw it on etsy. A mug cozy! Silly I know but they look so cute and colorful and are (probably)useful. Recently, in my search for a free pattern for a kids hat, I came upon Bubblegirl's blog and her great mug cozy pattern.

I changed it just a bit and used it to make my first ever mug cozy! The original pattern from Bubblegirl begun with chain 8, which I found to be a bit small for my mugs and changed it to chain 10. I kept the same steps as Bubblegirl did, until it was time to make the narrow part that fits under the mugs handle. Snowflake Mug Cozy. Tutus and Tea Parties: Free Crochet Mug Cozy Pattern. Mug_coaster_cozy_pattern.pdf. Free Crochet Pattern: Mug Cozy. Here is a pattern for a mug cozy that has a bottom too, so it also works as a coaster! It will fit an average size mug that is 3" in diameter and 4" tall. See below for instructions on how to easily adjust the size of the cozy to fit other mugs :) Materials:- Cotton yarn- Size H8 - 5 mm crochet hook- Button that is 1" in diameter- Needle If your mug is a different diameter, you can easily make it smaller or larger by comparing the size of your work to the bottom of the mug after each round.

After Rnd 4, place your work against the bottom of the mug to see if you will have the right size after Rnd 5. If your mug is shorter or taller just adjust the number of rows that you make, fitting the cozy around the mug every so often as you work. Enjoy!