Little Coat Squares. I've called these sweet beauties "Little Coat Squares" as I made them especially to add some colourful embellishment to an old coat of mine.
You can read more about my coat makeover HERE. The squares are made up in three rounds, and here I've used a DK weight cotton yarn on a 4mm hook. They are quite dinky, measuring 5 cm square. Before we begin, a little summary of the basic stitches. I'm writing using UK crochet terms. sl st [slip stitch] :: insert hook, yarn over, pull the loop back through the stitch, then through the loop on your hook. dc [double crochet] :: insert hook, yarn over, pull the loop back through the stitch (two loops on hook), yarn over and pull through both loops on hook (note :: this is equivalent to the US sc stitch) To start :: chain 6 and join with a slip stitch to form a ring. 00054.jpg (JPEG Image, 1156 × 1600 pixels) - Scaled (62%)
Grannies and Ripples Afghan! Rug and Done. I finished my rug for the foyer a few days ago and here are the photos.
I am really happy with how it turned out and I would like to make another one for the bedroom. I used 4 skeins of burly spun 100% wool yarn in oatmeal from Brown Sheep Company. Pattern: Using a size P hook. Rosie Posie Grannie Square Tutorial. What you'll need...
Various colours of yarn (I used Patons Smoothie DK) Appropriate size crochet hook for your yarn (I used a 4mm - USA G) Yarn needle for weaving in ends Difficulty: Crochet Striped Dishcloths - The Stitchin Mommy. Chain Stitch Coasters. Make colorful yarn coasters by using the most basic crochet stitch: the chain!
Made with cotton yarn, these coasters are full of texture and would be a wonderful addition to your next party or get-together. Or impress your friends and give these as a hostess gift! They are so easy to make, even if you have never picked up a crochet hook, I am confident you can still make these. The chain stitch is the most basic crochet stitch. My friend Amy at One Artsy Mama has a very detailed tutorial on how to make the chain stitch on her blog: CHECK IT OUT HERE! Materials: Free Pattern: Fast and Easy Crochet Throw (2 Stripe Options)
I purchased HUNDREDS of skeins of Bernat’s Waverly yarn because I love its softness and colors and they’re discontinuing it.
I love going to those fun events and getting ready to welcome new life. My First Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern. Effortless Crochet Beanie. There are currently no images from other crafters. close Terms & Conditions You must enter into this Agreement if you want to submit digital images or other content to Prime Publishing through Sharing Customer Images (the "Service").
As used in this Agreement, "we" or "Prime Publishing" means Prime Publishing, LLC. and "you" means the individual or entity submitting materials to Prime Publishing. Any individual or entity that wants to use the Service must accept the terms of this Agreement without change. 1) Eligibility. One Ball Mini Throw. If you have one ball of extra yarn lying around your house (and who doesn't?!)
, then you can make this One Ball Mini Throw. It's a quick and easy crochet afghan pattern that you can make in just an evening using Red Heart Comfy Chunky yarn. Depending on the color yarn you select, this crocheted afghan can be made for a boy or a girl. Moroccan Tile Afghan. The Moroccan Tile Afghan is warm, cozy, a fast V stitch pattern to crochet, and full of color!
Loopy Love Blanket: Free Crochet Pattern in 7 Sizes! The Loopy Love Blanket is so fun to make! The pattern is easy to memorize, the stitches just fly by, and the end result looks way more complicated than it should. And in 3 colors, you can change colors every row and never have to cut the yarn! I made this pattern in the baby size, and that’s how the pattern is written out. But I’ve listed several other common sizes for you to choose from – the only differences are the number of starting chains and the number of loops in each row! (And of course how much yarn it takes.) Vintage Wobble Afghan. It’s finally here, my 100th pattern! And this is a very special one, as it comes with a story.
The Vintage Wobble Afghan is an old, almost lost stitch pattern, rescued and re-interpreted for today! A little while ago, Tami Lemons posted an intriguing photo and request on the Moogly Facebook page. It was an afghan pattern her Great Aunt Ernestine had made – but like many of her generation, she never wrote it down! I’ll let Tami tell you the story: My Great Aunt Ernestine was 95, and I was staying with her at night, so she could remain in her home. Little Waves Crochet Rug.
I’ve been wanting to design a crochet rug for ages, and having just moved, I finally knew just what I wanted to make! Inspired by the ocean themed children’s bathroom in our new home, I’m proud to present the Little Waves Crochet Rug! The Little Waves Crochet Rug features double thick V stitches and front post stitches to create little waves across the fabric. I used oceanic colors – blues, green, white – to create a rug to go with the raindrop shower curtain (and some other future projects!)
Free Crochet Pattern: Big Bold Chevron Curtain. The Big Bold Chevron Curtain pattern almost ended up with the name “Emergency Chevrons,” because they were the answer to a little emergency I discovered when we first moved into this house. The window in the master bath faces the neighbor’s house. And while the bottom half of the window came covered in privacy window film, the top half was clear as can be – and Geoff and I are both significantly taller than the previous owners!
Birch Bark Basket. Feeling inspired by nature? Free Crochet Floor Pouf Pattern. Elisabeth andrée. Charmed Prayer Shawl Crochet Pattern. I have been asked by many people to write out the pattern for the prayer shawl above. Free Crochet Baby Afghan Pattern. Shell and Post Stitch Ripple Afghan. Columns of post stitch emphasize the shells in this ripple afghan.