Back to School ~ Laptop Bag. Joy from How Joyful brings us this handy and really pretty Laptop Bag tutorial today.
Laptop bags are often so boring and utilitarian… Joy’s bag brings some style and color and fun into the mix! Learn more about Joy in her introduction, and check out her HowJoyful Design Studio, where she offers custom website, blogs and logo design, in addition to her blog predesign shop. To get started you will need: Main/outer fabric – I used home décor weight fabric in two different designs by Jessica JonesLiner fabric – I used 5 fat quarters for all pieces and had leftoversContrasting solid color fabric – I used a home décor weight fabric in yellow1 set of magnetic snaps1 piece of 1½ inches of VelcroLightweight interfacing – I used Pellon 808½ inch thick foam for the bottom of the bag and the sides of the laptop pocket2 big buttons This bag was designed to fit a 13 inch MackbookPro but it has a lot of room so it can fit a 13 inch PC laptop too. 2 pieces of 22×17½ inches of outside fabric. Reflective Wrist Pouch free crochet pattern. Reflective Wrist Pouch This little wrist pouch works up in no time, using Red Heart Reflective yarn, and it perfect for holding small things, such as cash or a house key during your morning or evening jog.
Solid Granny Square Pattern for Pixel Crochet (Right-Handed Version) This is the Red-Handed version of my Solid Granny Square Pattern for Pixel Crochet (Left-Handed Version here).
I can't crochet right-handed, so I just flipped all my pictures, and here you have it. In Pixel Crochet each pixel is represented by a crocheted square. Then you join all your squares together to create your, simply put, pixel awesomeness, which can take the form of a blanket, a rug, or whatever you want. This Solid Granny Square pattern comes pretty darn close to a hole-less cutie with sharp corners. I call it "The Pixel Crochet Square," a mouthful...but, whatever. You will need: Yarn (I used worsted weight)Crochet hook (I used size 6.00 mm or "J")Tapestry needleScissors I use Red Heart Super Saver yarn on my Pixel Crochet projects (lynch me if you want to).
Round 1 Step 1: Make magic ring and lock it with a stitch. Step 2: Ch 2 (counts as 1 dc), work 2 dc into ring, ch 1. Step 3: Work 3 dc into ring, ch 1. Boho Tassel Crochet Bag – Free Pattern. Is it warming up in your part of the world yet?
It’s definitely been feeling summery here in the desert for a while now, and I was ready to bust out my cotton for some warm weather crochet. I was at Target recently (when is that statement ever NOT true?) , and I saw this cute little crocheted bag and decided to try to recreate it at home. Sure, you could totally just buy the Target bag for 30 bucks. Free crochet pattern coaster mug cosy usa. Free crochet pattern Coaster Mug Cosy USA Format Abbreviations WS.
Wrong Side RS. Right Side sl st. Slip Stitch sc. Single Crochet hdc. Coaster Mug Cosy - With 4.00mm hook and main color yarn, ch5, sl st to first ch to form a ring, work ch2, 10hdc in ring, sl st to top of ch2 on beginning of row. Jolie ceinture grany. February 24, 2011 by handmadebyannepotter A wonderfully cool accessory, this uber-hip belt gives crochet a new swagger.
A bright Caribbean blue yarn and traditional square motifs get along perfectly in this fashion-brilliant belt. I love how the classic Granny square has such attitude seen on this bandolier-inspired hip belt – so cool! While you could make this belt using any small square motif, I’m including directions for the classic double crochet motif shown. This belt is a great on-the-go project thanks to the motif’s small size and simple pattern. Tobago Belt Crochet Pattern Yarn: Sinfonia by Omega, sport weight yarn (100 g, 218 yds, color: Nordic Blue): 1, 2 skeins (Number of skeins depends on length of finished belt.
Hook: D/3.25mm Gauge: finished square measures between 2.25”and 2.5”. Notions: vintage belt buckle, not D rings. Tobago Square Motif Directions: Form foundation ring: ch6 and join into ring. Round 1: ch3, 2 dc into ring, ch 4, * 3dc into ring, ch4. Pinterest. Pinterest. Crochet Cheat Sheet. Comment mesurer tour de tête. Comment mesurer le tour de tête Avant de faire un bonnet, il est préférable de prendre les mesures du tour de tête. Mesurer autour de la tête au milieu du front (normalement de 0,5 à 1 cm au-dessus des sourcils et des oreilles) et au niveau de la bosse arrière du crâne.
Si l’on ne connaît pas le tour de tête de la personne à qui le bonnet est destiné, voici les grandeurs en général :