Ornament craft: cute motif crochet. Shawl and other lpatterns. Articles 1 - 10 of 99 << Prev 1 | | | | | | | | | Lazy Weekend Crochet Shawl Treat yourself to a lazy day of rest and relaxation this weekend.
The Lazy Weekend Crochet Shawl is the perfect thing to wear as you lounge around the house or relax at the park with a good book. The best thing about this free crochet shawl pattern is its versatility. You can use any weight yarn to work up this pattern, and there are five different sizing instructions to choose from. Free Crochet Patterns. Personalized Baby Afghan. This afghan pattern is the most popular design on my website.
It has been made hundreds of times by internet users just like you! Myself, I have crocheted it at least forty times for family and friends. Please note that the afghan shown above is one of the afghans that I personalized. You can personalize your afghan by creating a graph with the complete alphabet set I have designed for this afghan below. Your graph should ALWAYS be 65 stitches by 50 rows. There was a time when I made the personalized graphs by request. I have been told that a couple of the letters in the alphabet are a little off. Please read through the entire pattern before beginning.
Please download the chart for the outer portion. Broomstick crochet bag. This charming crocheted purse has two faces – one side has the image of the sea coast, while the other side in checkered design looks completely different.
Have you, too (like I), been intrigued by the broomstick crochet technique? Do you, too (again – like I), enjoy playing working with colors? If so – then crocheting this adorable useful accessory will feel like pampering yourself with a refreshing dessert on a warm summer evening. Knot trivet. Last month i bought lauren a set of “the family creative workshop” books for her birthday. we’ve been having a blast learning all sorts of new things as we make our way through the incredible variety of projects collected in the volumes. one section we were particularly excited to explore was all about knots, which we’ve long admired both for their usefulness and their beauty. this project is based on a “carrick bend” and is great for creating trivets and placemats, but you could just as easily hang it on your wall to be admired for its decorative charm. have fun!
Derek & lauren CLICK HERE for the full project after the jump! Here’s what you’ll need: -14 feet of 1/2” rope for an approximately 8” trivet (we recommend you play around with different lengths and thicknesses of rope until you find a size and style you like. the cotton rope is great for this project, but we couldn’t resist the nylon rope with its amazing patterns and colors.) 2. form a loop with the right (longer) piece as shown. Crochet T-shirt Rug.
I’ve seen a lot of crocheted and woven and braided rugs out on the internet; it was even one of the first things I pinned to Pinterest, but I never got around to trying one of my own until now.
I always thought it was going to be difficult, but actually, it’s really quite easy, and no fancy instructions needed! Here’s how I made my own crochet rug from repurposed t-shirts! Step 1. Acquire fabric. In this case, I used XXL men’s t-shirts from Goodwill. Step 2. The basic idea is that the shirt is already in the round, so you’re cutting a continuous strip from the bottom hem up to the armpit.
Step 3. Step 4. I used the largest crochet hook I had on hand, which was a size Q and started with 6 SC in the first round, doubled it to 12 in the second round, and slowly increased by multiples of 6 beyond that. How to make T-shirt yarn. Another tutorial to help save our Mother Earth by turning unwanted items into something useful.
This is the yarn ball I made out of an old T-shirt which I have been wearing for 10 years day-in day-out, wash-in wash-out. It finally broke down and tore at the collar and sleeves. Waste not, want not, I decided to recycle it. I have finished making the drawstring bag as shown above. Please click here to have a look and you can download the simple pattern I created. Free crochet patterns. Crochet Market Tote. Go green with a reusable shopping bag that you crochet yourself – Double Chain Foundation stitch construction keeps it light, compact and strong. Skill Level: Intermediate Abbreviations: ch-chain; pm- place marker; rep-repeat; rnd(s)-round(s); RS-Right Side; sc-single crochet; sl st-slip stitch; sp(s)-space(s); st(s)-stitch(es); WS-Wrong Side; yo-yarn over Size: One size: 10" (25.5 cm) wide x 12" (30.5 cm) long Materials Needed: Gauge: 9 sc & 10 rows = 4" (10 cm).
Double Chain foundation (DCf): Ch 2, insert hook in 2nd ch from hook, yo, pull up 1 loop (2 loops on hook), yo, pull through both loops. Work Double Chain foundation for 25 sts. Top Edging Rnd 1: 2 sl st in same space, 3 sc in next 13 ch-5 spaces, sc once more in last loop – 40 sc. Strap Mark 6 sts on each side of tote, making sure there are 14 sc between marked strap areas. Thread desired number of pony beads on beginning and ending tails at the base of each strap as shown on picture. Lacy Scarf. Crochet a basket. At last here is the long overdue tutorial.
Did you get a chance to make some t-shirt yarn? Here is what you need to crochet a basket using that yarn. At least 2 balls of t-shirt yarn and a large crochet hook. I used a 9mm (US M) hook, but you can use an even bigger one. I found that anything smaller was difficult to use with the bulky yarn. The base of the basket is made by crocheting in the round, and increasing each round by 6 stitches.