Stitches. 21 Free Fall and Halloween Pumpkins Crochet Patterns. Pumpkins are awesome.
They ring in the fall season with abandon and make even the dreariest autumn night brighter. This article highlights some of the best, cutest and scariest FREE pumpkin crochet patterns out there on the web. These crocheted lovelies are the perfect decorations or gifts for Halloween and Thanksgiving. Ánd they are cuddly to boot! 1 - Pumpkin Kürby This little pumpkin looks very cute sitting on your mantle or shelf! The pattern is in Dutch and includes instructions to use a piece of twig as the pumpkin's stem. 2 - Cute Pumpkin Bear If you like pumpkins ánd teddybears this is the pattern for you! The pattern is very clear. 3 - Woolly Pumpkin This lovely pumpkin has been crocheted in a luxurious llama wool blend, which makes it looking (and probably feeling) so nice and fluffy. The pattern is clear and straight forward. 4 - Centerpiece Pumpkins Such elegant pumpkins!
The pattern includes instructions for three pumpkin sizes: 3, 5 and 7 inches.
Baby Items. Blankets. Doilies. Gloves. Hats. Home and Misc. Pets Crochet. Scarves, Shawls & Wraps. Sweaters. Vests. Crochet stitch patterns. Wattle crochet stitch; crochet pattern. Crochet Arc Lace Edging #1. I originally intended to create a crochet cloth with circular pattern similar to Catherine Wheels yet bigger and lacier in effect.
To my dismay, my problem-solving skills is not enough to make such pattern come to life. So instead of a crochet cloth, I used the initial pattern I made for a lace edging. The great thing about this lace edging is that each arc is crocheted one after the other. Therefore, gauge and foundation chain are not very important. I can crochet any number of arcs until I have the length I desire. This lace edging is perfect as a trim for blankets, afghans, throws, curtains, dresses, etc. to name a few. Notes I wrote two patterns for this arc. The photos I have here shows the first option only for I don't have any edge yet that I want to crochet this with. Crochet Pattern When you want to sew it onto an edge... First option: To make an arc: Foundation Chain: Ch 9, TURN. Row 1: 7 sc in 2nd ch from hook, sl st the next 2 ch, TURN. Row 2: (Ch 1, hdc in sc) 7x, ch 3, TURN. Free crochet pattern - how to make and join granny circles within a sq – By Hand London.
When Autumn comes around, my mind turns to one thing - blankets.
Mmmmm, blankets... I have a lot of blankets, of all sorts, but I am firm in the belief that no household could ever have too many. Pinterest. Pinterest. Pinterest. Crochet+Stitch+Abbreviations+(9) Pinterest. Pinterest. Learn more about casting on and binding off!
This Knitting Cast On and Knitting Bind Off Techniques infographic shows you that you can start and stop your knitting projects in a variety of ways. Pinterest. Pinterest. 5 Crochet Edges to Have in Your Arsenal. Your choice of crochet edge can seriously make or break your design.
Sure, you can leave it unfinished, but choose the right edging stitch... and let the oohs and ahhs roll in! Just to be clear, we're talking edgings here — the kind you work directly on a piece of crochet — not trims, which are worked separately, then attached. You might want to memorize these (seriously!). That way, when you get to the end of a project, you already have a few ideas about how to finish it off. One more thing: I've included a suggested number of stitches these edges can be worked on.
Afghan Sizes. By Linda A handy reference from information collected over the years from the internet, various publications, patterns, first hand knowledge, etc.
The sizes given are intended to just cover the top of the intended item or recipient, plus a couple of inches extra. You'll need to make it larger be adding extra squares on three of the four sides, or go up a size, to allow extra for hanging over the side, tucking in, etc. I've also added a quick reference for the number of knitted or crocheted squares in the most common sizes for each size afghan. Where the number of squares does not work out exactly, the number given will make a slightly larger item than given under Measurements. Note: The bed sizes are based on Canadian measurements.