Cross Bookmark – two patterns – Rainbow Junkie. Now available as pdf – Cross Bookmarks Two more charts for alternative borders added as of (March 2015).
They are only pictured for the Pattern 2 bookmark above but could be added to either one. You will find them below the original charts. I have now (October 2014) revised this page and included the US & UK versions on the same page. I have also added charts. The Pattern 2 bookmark is my preferred version as pictured above. I have not included the cord at the top in the charts as I am sure you can add a cord or tassel as you prefer. The bookmarks made with the #10 crochet cotton are 12cm (4.75 ins) tall and 9cm (3.5 ins) wide whereas the ones made with #20 cotton are 11cm (4.25 ins) tall and 7.5 cm (3 ins) wide not including the tag and tassel.If they come out larger you need to chose a smaller hook than the one I have suggested.
Posh Pooch Designs Dog Clothes: Easter Carrot Pouch Free Crochet Pattern. Valentine Sweet Heart. Hello!
I thought it would be nice to share a colourful bit of crochet with you today, something bright and cheerful and a just a teensy bit unnecessary. I mean, I'm fairly sure there is no real pressing need for you to drop everything and make a decorative little hangy thing, but then again, it might be just the ticket for these dull, grey January days. I am all for a pretty little bit of creativity that brings happiness and colour to a small corner of the room, this sort of crochet is good for the soul. I designed this project for Simply Crochet magazine last year as a celebration for Valentines Day, and I've had it hanging in my studio ever since. It's a very simple little project but a joyful one - the idea for it came to me in a flash one morning and I hooked it up in a whizz of excitement - the simplicity of it pleased me very much! You will need 18 x 10mm buttons and some sewing thread for stitching the buttons to the flowers. Crochet Carrot Pouch Pattern.
With Easter around the corner, I thought it would be fun to make a little crochet carrot pouch that you could fill with a special treat!
This would also make a cute prop accessory for those of you who are making my crochet bunny hat and diaper cover set Materials: – Worsted weight yarn in orange and green (I used Loops & Threads Impeccable for the orange part and Vanna’s Choice in Fern for the green. www.LionBrand.com) – Size J Hook – Tapestry Needle Abbreviations: Magic Ring – Tutorial HERE Sl St = Slip Stitch SC = Single Crochet HDC = Half Double Crochet DC = Double Crochet Ch = Chain SC decrease = Single Crochet Decrease Crochet Carrot Pouch Pattern: Magic ring, chain 1 in ring, 4 SC in magic ringYou will work in continues rounds (do not join each round). Weave in all ends. Fill carrot with a treat.
Thread green ribbon or a couple strands of yarn between the DC stitches in round 23. Envelope. By Rachel Choi – 28 Comments Need help understanding the abbreviations?
Check out the crochet abbreviation chart. Crochet Pattern: Envelope Start by chaining 20 or a chain that is the length of the diagonal (measuring from upper right to lower left hand corner) of the envelope desired Row 1: ch 1, sc in second ch from hook and in each ch across: 20 sc Row 2: ch 1, turn, sc in each sc across: 20 sc Repeat row 2 twenty-three times or repeat until your work is the shape of a square, then finish off.
Fold three corners to the center of the square and sew envelope with a yarn needle. Blackstone Designs: Heart Nesting Baskets. Valentine's Day is getting closer and it's kicking my love for hearts into overdrive!
Candy is also one of my favorite things, so why not mix them together? The Large basket will hold two bags of small candies like Conversation Hearts or M & M's. The Medium Basket holds one bag, and the Small holds about half of a bag.Here's what you'll need: Crochet Heart Sachet Pattern. I made these heart sachets as part of a little Valentine’s surprise for my daughters.
They are very simple and work up quickly. Just fill them with your favorite potpourri or dab with some lavender essential oils or any other scent you love. Here is how to make them … Here’s what you need: 2 colors worsted weight yarnH hooktapestry needlepotpourri or fiberfill stuffing with a few drops or essentials oils Click here to reference the Crochet Abbreviations Chart. Add this pattern to your Ravelry library. Shelled Crochet Easter Basket Pattern.
NOTE: In this portion of the pattern, you will see cluster and shell: *Cluster = (YO)Yarn over, insert hook into designated stitch.
*Yo, pull through st, yo, pull through first 2 loops (without finishing the dc)* 7 times. YO and pull through all 8 loops on hook. *Shell = 7 dc in same stitch (this will be worked into the loop formed on the top of each cluster.