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Well, I thought since the produce bag was something I just made up real quick I should post the pattern. I am sure there are way better ones out there, but most of them end up decreasing at the end to get a smaller opening, but I wanted mine large so leafy stuff that I buy in multiple little bunches could poke out, like baby broccoli or bok choy. So here is the pattern, just in case you want to make a couple as well.
This pattern is so quick and easy and they are adorable. I used Twilight Double Knitting yarn and size 4mm hook (uk) size. To make a larger size i started off with a chain as long as the foot that i am making them for (add 2 chain to that amount for first hdc) and adjusted how many rows width ways aswell. Chain 12 Row 1 Hdc in 3rd chain from hook and in each stitch to the end. Row 2 - 10 Chain 2 turn, hdc in each stitch to the end. fasten off leaving a long tail end.
I'm still on my final work through of the Vintage Automobile Bonnet Pattern , but today I want to talk about the scarf. I have decided not to transcribe the scarf from the original pattern, but to give you a pattern of my own instead. This is a scarf I designed 4 or 5 years ago and I think it's a perfect match for this project. It's lightweight, it's an open weave and the best part is that it's super quick and easy to make.
The sloppy slip knot: how to work in the round with no hole The typical way of starting to work in the round is less than ideal for amigurumi. The standard way is to make a slip knot, chain 2, and then single crochet six times into the first stitch.
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Double Crochet Hat Pattern Crochet Head Hugger Designed by: Sharen Stennett Materials:
I finished this monkey hat pattern a while ago, but with the crazy blog giveaway going on I really couldn't post it until now. This pattern was featured on favecrafts.com as well as a blog post I did for them HERE. If you can't crochet don't worry. I also have this exact hat up in my etsy shop ready to be purchased and I take custom sizes as well. It measures 16 inches around when measured, and does not stretch much. It is right on the edge of my chart between 3-6 months and 6-12 months.
*this pattern has been published in the Crochet Pattern-a-Day Calendar* Beary Cute Hat This is one of my oldest patterns. I actually whipped this pattern up for a charity pattern contest.
Asphyxiation updated 8/9/06 This choker uses Venetian Crochet motifs taken from a vintage tablecloth pattern ( Needlecraft , December 1916) and a rose from an Irish Crochet collar and cuffs set ( Needlecraft , November 1914). by Severina Difficulty Loose Woman Click here for definitions of difficulty levels. Finished Measurements
Introduction You need around 25g of any dk yarn for the project. I used a 4mm crochet hook and Sublime Organic Merino Wool DK .
This fun bunny pattern is great for Easter or any time of year. Shown in Lily Sugar 'n Cream. Size 3.5mm (U.S. E or 4) crochet hook.
Usually I’m partial to pie , especially shoofly and berry varieties, but in honor of approaching 3/14, I decided to make a Pi…you know, without the “e” at the end? The curious number with an infinite amount of digits to the right of the decimal point? Yep! It’s almost Pi Day ! If you happen to be a crocheter AND a numbers’ nerd, you’re in luck, because you TOO can make your very own plushy Pi.