Haworth ButtonButton. Crochet Folded Potholder. Crochet Folded Potholder. The Best Crocheted Potholder - Crocheted Kitchen My Patterns. This is a quick to make double-thick potholder.
This sample is made with 100% acrylic worsted weight yarn with a size I (5.5mm) crochet hook. If potholder is going to be used with high heat, it is best made in a natural fiber like cotton or wool. With kitchen cotton, I typically use an H (5mm) hook. Abbreviations: ch = chain sc = single crochet sl st = slip stitch. 55755220. Today We Made – Free Downloads. FreePatternDL. A Conversation with Moo. Well, now that the phone is cozy, and the tissues are cozy, there was, of course, an obvious next step…..
It started with some colourful squares of gorgeousness. Aren’t they pretty? And they do kind of look nice on Moo’s cushions too. Moo wonders if this is something for her.. The squares were made from the Springtime Throw pattern, in “Cute & Easy Crochet” by Nicki Trench. The yarn is 8ply 100% wool, various stash leftovers. Chocolate box granny square. Well, it’s a new year, and time for a new something-or-other weekly, I think.
And because I don’t seem to have a lot of success finishing projects that are crocheted in rows, granny squares are the obvious choice. I will also admit, just quietly, that one of my New Years Resolutions is to decrease my yarn stash by *cough* 100 balls. PLAID GRANNY BLANKET. Granny blankets are usually multicolored, and they are certainly very cute.
But this time I wanted to do a little twist to the granny pattern. Therefore, I designed this blanket made with one-color granny squares arranged to give a plaid look. Instead of sewing them at the end, the granny squares are joined together as you go. Crochet Rainbow Blanket – Look At What I Made. Absolutely Easy Soap Saver. By Rachel Choi – 38 Comments For more soap saver patterns, check out the Crochet Pattern: 5 Simple Soap Savers.
Finished Size: 4 1/4″ (11 cm) tall, 2 3/4″ (7 cm) wide, when flat Size may be adjusted using the instructions within the pattern. Cindy Roth, Quilter. Seattle and the Northwest is having a heat wave!
Last week, the temperature was way below normal and rainy. This week its, hot, hot, hot. OK, I am sort of complaining, but those of you who are in the Southwest are having a worse time than us. You are in the triple digit temperatures, we are only in the high 80’s and even the low 90’s! I was born and raised in Chicago, so this hot weather is taking me back to my childhood, except that the humidity in Chicago was / is MUCH, MUCH higher than it is here in Seattle. Because hot weather is not the norm here, many of the (older) houses, like mine, don’t have air conditioning.
To keep myself cool, I have made several neck coolers using the water absorbing crystals that I use in the garden. You will need to get some water absorbing crystals for the garden. Neck Coolers. The first time I visited the Iowa State Fair, I saw someone wearing a neck cooler.
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WEB-L-SnC-CanningJarTops. Absolutely Easy Soap Saver. Pretty Simple Soap Cozy. Crochet this simple soap cozy up for yourself, or for giving away in a bath gift basket.
It’s just the right size for a standard bar of soap. It also works great as a gentle scrubber. Hope you’ll enjoy the free pattern. Skill Level: Easy. Spiral Scrubbie by Judith Prindle. By Judith Prindle 3/05.
Crochet Doily in Pineapple Pattern. Flower_Potholders. Hope's Delight. I made this washcloth for my really neat daughter, Hope! She is turning 12 (eeek!) On Tuesday, and since knitting cloths is my addiction, I thought I'd design one just for her. So HAPPY BIRTHDAY HOPE! Love you to bits!!! Hope's Delight Materials: 1 ball worsted weight cotton yarn, size 4 mm needles. Instructions:Cast on 18 stitches.This cloth is made up of 6 wedges, all exactly the same. Pointed Handle Towel Topper. Here is my latest towel topper crocheted pattern. It is a double layer towel that is folded over and requires no cutting or sewing. The towel topper is simply added by working a base row along the top edge of the towel using a small steel crochet hook.
I have a picture tutorial here that shows in more detail how I fold, pin, and crochet the first base row through both layers of the folded towel. Here is another one I did using a printed novelty towel. *******************************************************************************************************************************Pointed Handle Towel Topper Pattern Materials needed: 1- Kitchen towel or decorative towel (15” wide x 24” long used) 1- oz.
Hooks: #7 Steel hook G (4.25 mm) hook. Crochet Towel Topper. Crochet Dish Towel. The towels used in this project were purchased at Wal-Mart for a dollar each. Choose ones that duplicate the picture/pattern on both the top and bottom half of the towel. That way, when the towels that you purchased are cut in half, you'll have two identical towels. Buttonless Crochet Top Dish Towel Materials terrycloth kitchen towel1/2 skein yarn (completes two towels)buttonsize "G" crochet hooksize "F" crochet hooksewing needle and threadawl (or similar sharp object)Instructions Cut the dish towel in half (Fig 1). Using the size "F" crochet hook, and working with the right side of the towel facing you, sC over the hem all the way across the towel placing a sc in each hole that you created. NOTE: Using the smaller size F crochet hook makes it easier to work in and out of the holes.
Crocheted Pointed Towel Toppers. Posted on December 14, 2013 I have been on a towel topper crocheting frenzy lately. Here are several of my recent finish offs to share. These were done without sewing and just crocheting into the top layer of the towel. The first one is crocheted in blue cotton with the towel topper added along the top edge.