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Untitled. Rose Brooch. I have been making these brooches for many years in all colours, I based them on this little rose tree in my garden (the crocheted brooch and the real rose are about the same size).

Rose Brooch

This is the first time I have written the pattern out (its embeded in my brain) and as valentines is near, why not make yourself a rose brooch. The pattern starts with a row of loops Red Rose Brooch (or any colour rose brooch you prefer) DK yarn/ Light worsted weight. Pattern. I said to myself, i need a big chunky circular scarf to wear all the time.. and this is what came of it.


Pattern: chunky circle scarf. I said to myself, i need a big chunky circular scarf to wear all the time.. and this is what came of it. i am putting this grey one in my etsy shop, and also, here is the pattern:

pattern: chunky circle scarf

Rose_Brooch. BOBBLE BEAUTY. Copyright © 10/30/04 Dot Matthews K hook, Red Heart Super Saver yarn SPECIALTY STITCH:Bobble Stitch: holding last loop of ea st on hook, 5 dc in next st, yo, draw thru all 6 loops on hook, ch 1 to close the bobble.


NOTE 1: beginning ch does not count as a stitchNOTE 2: when join rounds, ignore the beginning st and join in first real stitch.NOTE 3: numbers in ( ) at end of row depicts number of stitches you should have for that row. Circle scarflette. Can I have a Bow? I was inspired by Nancy Ajam’s ( in case you don’t know her she is a beautiful famous Arabic singer or is it Lebanese?)

Can I have a Bow?

Receptions dress she wore to her wedding. I had to close my mouth before I wet my key bored! Hehe the dress was beautiful. Designed by Channel, it was long, strapless and had a big bold black bow in the bodice. I was inspired to make a hat from this dress. Scallop Neckwarmer in Plum by janellehaskin. Slugs on the Refrigerator: Woolly Owl Hat Pattern. ***insert trumpet fanfare, drumroll and/or choir of Angels here*** That’s right.

Slugs on the Refrigerator: Woolly Owl Hat Pattern

Only about a year after I was first asked for it, here it is: the pattern for Georgia’s little owl hat. The pattern is available in worsted (aran) weight as well as bulky. It has been tried and tested by my dedicated team of crocheters, so I hope you will find it an enjoyable and straightforward make. This is the first a few of my patterns that I am publishing.

The pattern link is live on ravelry here, so don’t forget to ravel your finished objects!! Have fun!! ******Edited to say: there was a mistake in the first version of the pattern in the bulky sizing. Petite Purls - Spring 2011. Baby [Toddler, Child, Adult] Light Pink shown in Child size on 3 year old model.

Petite Purls - Spring 2011

Light Blue shown in Toddler size on 18 month old model. Circumference: 14½ [16½, 18½, 20½]. Hats will stretch by about 2", to fit heads sized up to 16" (baby), 18" (toddler), 20" (child), and 22" (adult). Please note that yarn substitution may affect stretchiness of hat, so choose size accordingly. Cascade Ultra Pima [100% Pima Cotton; 220 yards/200 meters per 3.5 ounce/100 gram ball]; #3731, light blue; 1 skein per hat #3752, light pink; 1 skein per hat Recommended needle sizes Size F-5 (3.75 mm) crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge Notions Yarn needle Optional, for flower: 2½" x 18½" strip of fabric (one fat quarter of fabric will make several strips) Scissors Measuring tape Hand sewing needle and thread One 1" (25 mm) diameter button.

Circular Crochet Rag Rug – Instructions. Circular Crochet Rag Rug Tutorial This pattern is for a circular rag rug to illustrate the process of crocheting a rag rug in the round.

Circular Crochet Rag Rug – Instructions

Once you understand this concept you can then choose a variety of patterns to work with - ovals, squares, rectangles or even a hexagon. A rag rug crochets up fairly quickly but the time consuming aspect is in the preparation. You will need to gather a variety of fabrics to cut and turn into your yarn. Think about the properties of any particular fabric you choose - is it stretchy, flexible, coarse, closely woven. 1. 2. 3. ch 1, (It may be useful at this stage to start marking the beginning of your round with a safety pin). sc x2 into each st,then join with a sl st. 4. ch 1, *sc twice into next st, sc 1 in next st* ** rep to end, join with sl st. 5. ch 1, *sc twice into next st, sc 1 in next st* ** rep to end, join with sl st. 6. 7. 8. 1 sc into next 3 st, sc x2 into next st and every 4th st to end of round. 10. Maedchenmitherz. Happy friday everyone!


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