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Violets Pin Crochet Flower Pattern

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Mosaic Magpie. Paracord Bracelet. If you're interested in purchasing a finished bracelet, my son has agreed to make them for 12.50 each using handmade clasps, or 14.00 dollars using a plastic clasp.

Paracord Bracelet

Clasp options are brass, copper or aluminum, color options we can get easily are black, gray or olive. Email me at shalasbeads at (nospam) gmail dot com to order one.It's always hard to make things for young men isn't it? I made my son a paracord bracelet because I wanted to see if I still remembered how to make them. I bought the paracord, but completely forgot the clasp. Whoops. Set the clasp aside for a minute, and seal cord ends by holding the end of the cord with the pliers with just a little bit of cord sticking out of the top, and singing it with the pliers until it melts and seals. Jeanarie: Bun Cover. {Dedicate as your "Headcovering" unto God} I realise these "Bun Covers" are not "full head covers" (your hair is not down, lose. sexy, and flowing, drawing attention unto yourself), but I also believe God honors our hearts as daughters wanting to be obedient unto His Word, so dedicate your bun covers unto God as your Headcovering and He will Bless you for your obidence.

Jeanarie: Bun Cover

God recieves "ALL" Glory while your being obident unto His Word by covering your hair (your hair is your glory) and by covering your giving HIM "ALL" the Glory ~ ~ ~ "JESUS is LORD" ~ ~ ~ Materials: *Worsted Weight yarn, small amount, *Hook size G, *One large elastic ponytail band. Stitches used: Sc, dc, trc, picot and dc dec. Chunky Bow Brooch Pattern. Hi everyone, thought I'd share a super duper easy and fun crochet pattern with you Chunky Bow Brooch Pattern Row 1 - SC in 2nd CH from hook and each st across = 11 CH1 turn Row 2 - 4 Repeat Row 1 Fasten off Pinch middle of bow together and secure with some thread Attach a button for decoration with same thread and a brooch bar on the back If you manage to use my pattern please let me know so I can pop on by and say hello :) and please pop a link back here :)

Chunky Bow Brooch Pattern

Crochet Flower Ring Tutorial. Hey Divas!

Crochet Flower Ring Tutorial

Okay, so I decided to take a break from making earrings for a second and decided to make a ring. This is what I came up with and since this is my first real pattern I decided to share it (so bear with me). :-) Printable PDF Version Materials:Aunt Lydia's Size 3 Fashion Thread (I used colors Tangerine and Warm Teal)Size 0/3.25MM crochet hookTapestry needleSmall beads of choiceNeedle and ThreadPermanent fabric bond (optional)Special Stitch:Picot-3: ch 3, slst in 3rd ch from hkFlower:Rnd 1: Start with magic ring, ch 3 (counts as first dc), dc 19 into ring, slst to top of ch 3 (make sure to tighten your magic ring). Fasten off.Rnd 2: Join new color with slst to any st. Option 2:Sew the flower and the beads on at the same time making sure that you tie a knot around each bead to lock it in place.Enjoy!!!

**You may sell items made from this pattern in fairs and festivals. Scrumdilly-do! the year in review. I hope you enjoyed all the handmade fun we brought to you this year!

scrumdilly-do! the year in review.

From cardboard tube kazoos to newspaper pom-poms to fingerprint valentines there was all sorts of crafty fun going on. And to think that I had even more in the works that never got finished. Grandma Rosie Rings...Tutorial... Yes that's right...

Grandma Rosie Rings...Tutorial...

My Grandma Rosie Ring pattern if here... For all to enjoy this festive season... I have included a printable version as well... Which is only in English terms but the tutorial on this post will be in English terms with American terms in brackets..

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