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Crochet Accessory Pattern Of The Week. Free Crochet Basketweave Bracelet Pattern. Click on any photo to see it larger.

Free Crochet Basketweave Bracelet Pattern

Buttons sewn onto the first 8 rows of single crochets. Triple Crochets at the other end of the bracelet. Crochet Basketweave Bracelet My Basketweave Bracelet could also be named The Bracelet That Languished on My Coffee Table For a Month Begging to Be Finished. But that name is way too long! Basketweave Bracelet Pattern created by Gayle Size: Approximately 1-1/2 inches wide, make it as long as you need it.

Materials: Size 10 crochet thread. Bride's Hanky - Crocheted Edge. Pink Ribbon Eye Glass Case Crochet Pattern. Crochet Bag Tutorial: Shaggy Bag With Lining. My latest creation….. the handbag which I have been talking over the previous 2 posts, where I showed how to make the zipper pocket and 6-compartment slip pocket.

Crochet Bag Tutorial: Shaggy Bag With Lining

This is the bag that has them in it. So get ready to create one of the coolest fashion handbags with your own hands! Remember the loop stitch crochet video, I made this bag out of this stitch. The material I used is poly jersey interlock, exactly the same material I used for the locker hook projects. This material is smooth and has some elastic property so it is easy to crochet. This tutorial is a little lengthy as I am covering everything in detail and squeeze them into 1 post, including crochet of shaggy bag, attach of handlers, and insert of lining.

{Get full details on next page.} Pixie Purse - Free Crochet Pattern. Make a cute purse or bag using this free crochet pattern.

Pixie Purse - Free Crochet Pattern

This Pixie Purse is very straightforward to do and uses only the Single Crochet stitch (Double Crochet UK). It is designed to be a wrist bag which hangs over the arm, however the strap can be adjusted in length to wear over the shoulder or around the neck if required. The purse is closed with a drawstring. The purse is decorated with bead tassels which hang from the bottom and from the drawstring. These are made from glass beads threaded on bead cotton and can be made to any length. The Pixie Purse has been designed using a standard Double Knitting yarn and is worked with a hook size slightly smaller than normal to achieve a firm fabric.

Requirements: 50gms of Double Knitting Yarn Beads and bead thread if required to make tassels. Free Crochet Patterns: Bags & Purses. Crochet Chicken Clutch Purse Pattern. Thank you so much for all the amazing comments about the Cluck Clutch - Here is my first bash at the pattern: Download Cluck Clutch. Over 100 Free Crocheted Slippers Patterns:

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Please let us know about any broken links that you find. THANKS Thousands of free patterns Search How To Make Simple Crochet Slippers. IMPORTANT NOTE: This pattern uses US crochet terminology.

How To Make Simple Crochet Slippers

You can find the SLIPPER SIZE, YARN and HOOK specifications at the end of this article !!! Crochet Slipper Boots. Crocheted Mary-Jane Slippers. Fancy making some slippers?

Crocheted Mary-Jane Slippers

Here’s the pattern I devised for the Mary-Jane slippers I made for my friend. Each slipper is made in one piece, so there are no seams, and they are made in double crochet (single crochet if you’re American). Please note: this free pattern is not for resale. All rights reserved. No part of the pattern may be reproduced in any form. I have checked and re-checked the pattern, but if you use it and find any mistakes, or if anything is unclear, please do not hesitate to email me at thelittlehousebythesea at hotmail dot com.

Materials Debbie Bliss Pure Cotton or any other Aran weight yarn – 50g/ 82m of main colour and a few metres (about 8.5 m) in contrasting colour Hook size 5 mm Four pieces of contrasting yarn to use as markers 2 buttons – the ones I used have a diameter of 1.5 cm. Stitches used. Socks That Fit Tutorial - Crochet. I learnt to crochet socks a couple of months ago - here are a few of my finished ones.

Socks That Fit Tutorial - Crochet

I use a toe up pattern with a short row heel, so there are no seams to sew and just two ends to weave in at the end. They work up fast and are very portable - I don't need stitch markers or a tape measure (just try them on as I go) so just need yarn and hook! I make them in half treble crochet (UK terminology) so that they are nice and stretchy. I actually prefer them to my knit socks. Tutorial - How to make crochet socks that fit! General TipsI use sock weight yarn, a small hook and a stretchy stitch (half double crochet). The patternMeasure your foot circumference (around the ball of your foot) and your foot length(inches)Find your gauge in the round by crocheting a few rows in half double crochet (HDC) and finding out how many stitches per inch you have. ToeMake a chain approximately 1.5 inches long, miss one chain, and slip stitch into back loops of the Ch, Ch1.

Lots of Ruffles Cowl. Crocheted Scarf Sweater. Update: The Scarf Sweater instructions, together with my Eyelet Ripple stitch pattern, are now available as a printable Donationware pattern.

Crocheted Scarf Sweater

They are still available for free, but if you like them please consider sending me a donation to show your appreciation: Send me a donation and receive the easy-to-print PDF version of the instructions and stitch pattern (with bonus assembly photos and instructions on how to wear it) as a thank you! Donations of any size are much appreciated. Just add the amount you wish to donate, and, once you have checked out and paid, your pattern will instantly be available to download from your PlanetJune account. 30 Free Crochet Hat Patterns. Posted on | January 28, 2012 | No Comments I put this col­lec­tion of 30 Free Cro­chet Pat­terns For Hats to­get­her for my daugh­ter.

30 Free Crochet Hat Patterns

She wanted to cro­chet a hat that was nice enough to wear to work, in­stead of a non­shaped or a ski type hat. Un­fortun­ately, that kind of pat­tern is dif­ficult to find on­line. Here are my “top picks” for at­trac­tive, easy to wear hats, sophis­ticated enough to wear in an of­fice environ­ment. Btw, not all the hats are for the winter months.