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Blankets & rugs. Kids and babies. Hats. Flower | Lanas y Ovillos. Pattern - Basket-full of Poppies Crochet Headband - Kirsten Holloway Designs. Sewing. A creative being - the crochet blog for creative & colourful people. Crochet a Gorgeous Set of Rainbow Nesting Baskets. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to make a set of seven rainbow nesting baskets. These baskets are great for storage, but they're also perfect for teaching your little ones about colour and shapes! They can keep themselves busy for hours as they discover how to fit all the baskets together. If you’ve always wanted to learn how to crochet, follow our series of Crochet Fundamentals.

This pattern uses US terms and stitches include single crochet (sc); half double crochet (hdc); inc (increase); slip stitch (sl st) and chain (ch). Supplies 1. Step 1 With your violet yarn, make a magic circle and secure with a stitch. Work six single crochet into the ring. Step 2 We're going to work the bottom part of our basket in to one big spiral. Work two single crochet in each stitch around (you're increasing six times), and place a stitch marker after you've made the last stitch (12 stitches).

Step 3 Step 4 Work *2 sc, inc* around. Step 5 Work *3 sc, inc* around. Step 6 Work *4 sc, inc* around. Step 7 Step 8. The Original Bizzy Crochet - Home. Pop Star Slouch Hat. [ Close Privacy Policy ] Privacy Policy / Your California Privacy Rights Revised and posted as of March 25, 2015 Prime Publishing, LLC ("Company," "we" or "us") reserves the right to revise this Privacy Policy at any time simply by posting such revision, so we encourage you to review it periodically. In order to track any changes to this Privacy Policy, we will include a historical reference at the top of this document. This Privacy Policy will tell you, among other things: Your California privacy rights. How we collect information and what information we collect.

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When we were little we had this great bubble quilt that our grandma made us, and I wanted to make one for Ada. I only vaguely remembered what it looked like, so my puffs are much bigger, but it turned out great and Ada loves squishing the colorful puffs! I made a practice puff a while ago for my Puff Pin Cushion and kept the same dimensions. I finally finished making an alternative method for making a bubble quilt, You sew the entire top together before you stuff the puffs! Check out the new tutorial here! Check out my newest finished bubble quilts! Here are some other bubble quilts! The size I made is a little strange, it’s quite long and narrow, so for now we just play with it on the floor, but I’m thinking it would look amazing at the foot of her bed when we eventually turn it to a toddler bed. Step 1: Pick out a bunch of scrap fabrics that you like. Incredibly Simple Slouchy Hat - Free Pattern! - ELK Studio - Handcrafted Crochet Designs.

Are you ready for a simple slouchy hat pattern that’s quick and uses only one skein of yarn? Yea, me too especially since the holidays are coming up so quickly! I haven’t played around with chunky yarn very much in my crochet experience but since having used it while making a free cowl pattern from Beatrice Ryan Designs, I’ve come to like the feel and how quickly a project works up. I tried two different types of chunky yarn for this project because I always want to see which yarn can give me the results I’m trying to carry out. My first choice was “I Love This Chunky Yarn” by Hobby Lobby and the other was by Lion Brand. In the end, I chose “I Love This Chunky Yarn” because it was so super soft and for a hat, I think that’s pretty important.

Plus from the pictures below, you can see a big difference in the size of the hats although I used the same size hook and number of increase rounds. Now, on to the pattern. Supplies: I Love This Chunky Yarn by Hobby Lobby Hook – Size N Abbreviations: Japanese Flower Motif Crochet Pattern. If you've followed my blog and seen my crochet patterns for any length of time, you're well aware with the fact that I love to crochet flowers.

I've seen a few Japanese flower motifs recently and fell in love. I decided to whip up one of my own, and after a few trial and error attempts, I came up with one that I'm pleased with. I think it would be beautiful to make an entire afghan out of these flowers, but it's probably more likely that I'll use them as a stack of coasters on the coffee table. Either way, they're beautiful and I'm going to enjoy them. This project just uses a small amount of yarn. Materials: - small amounts of 100% cotton, worsted weight yarn in three colors - Tapestry needle for weaving ends Notes:Starting Double Crochet Cluster (SDCC): ch 3, wrap yarn around hook. Japanese Flower Motif: ch 5. Round 1: ch 2, 9 dc into ring.

Round 2: Join second color yarn with a sl st. Round 4: work 1 sc, 5 dc, 1 sc in the first ch 3 space *sc, 5 dc, sc* in each ch 3 space around. Com: Free Crochet Flower Tutorials. Easy Crochet Flower Free Pattern Tutorial 81 Flowers For Beginner Crochetersm Free crochet patterns for easy flowers, easy and fast to crochet flowers, beginner level crochet flowers, learn how to crochet an easy five-petal flower, free crochet flower video tutorial, free crochet patterns.

See more flowers to crochet and knit on Sheruknittingcom YouTube Channel! You can use this flower on hats, bags, pins, hair bands, clothing, home decore, as gift package/gift card decoration, make it a part of your fashion accessories like bracelets, necklaces, belts, scarves. Use you imagination to create the best accessory. Free Crochet Patterns By Cats-Rockin-Crochet. Which Stitch Neck Warmer What's with the name? Which Stitch. Well this stitch has more than one name. The UP and DOWN st. The GRIDDLE st. The LEMON PEEL st. And maybe even more. I prefer the Up and Down stitch as it makes sense to me. Once the first pattern row is established which is 1 sc, 1 dc, repeat the last 2 stitches to the end. The up and down bit becomes clear on the next and every alternative row. 1 sc worked into a dc stitch, 1 dc worked into a sc stitch, worded this way it's really the down and up stitch. The benefits of this st is that it works up very quickly and gives a closed piece of work (no holes) which is perfectly suited for a neck warmer.

Well what about the button holes that are needed? The button holes are worked into row 3, better to do it at the beginning of the neck warmer rather than the end. It will take 2 rows to complete the button holes. Placement can be up to you, but closer to the edges are better for when you wear it. Button hole row: How wide will you make it? Pattern. Candy Puffs Beanie – 12 Month Size. Stay up to date with the latest news and patterns from Busting Stitches Candy Puffs Beanie – 12 Month Size Materials Caron Simply Soft Size M 9.0 mm hook Tapestry needle Abbreviations Ch Chain Sl St Slip Stitch Sc Single Crochet Hdc Half Double Crochet Cluster Stitch – Yarn over, insert hook into stitch, pull up a loop, yarn over, pull through 2 loops, yarn over, insert hook into stitch, pull up a loop, yarn over, pull through 2 loops, yarn over, pull through all 3 loops. 12 month Using 2 strands of Yarn Magic Circle.

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Absolutely Easy Neck Warmer. 10 Free Slippers/Booties Crochet Patterns for big and small feet - Round up on My Hobby is Crochet Blog. Here are 10 free crochet patterns for booties & slippers for adults, kids, babies and even for dogs. :) Disclaimer: All images are copyright of the individual designers below, unless otherwise specified. Each image was used with permission from its designer! Click on the links below to open each pattern! In random order from big to small feet: These slippers made of cotton yarn are perfect for spring and summer. 2) Fitted Slippers Crochet Pattern by Cre8tion CrochetBeautiful slippers, women size 7-8 easy to adapt to fit any size foot. The pattern for these pretty slippers is written in 2 sizes and 2 widths: women’s shoe size 6-8, and women’s shoe size 9-11; average width and wide width.

The pattern for these warm slippers uses front and back post stitches and it comes in 3 widths: regular width, wide width and extra wide width. Extra bonus: There are also charts for shoe and foot sizes and many other tips from the designer. Very sweet newborn booties embellished with a beautiful flower. Crochet 3D Rose Flowers Free Patterns & Tutorials. Home Crafts Crochet 15 Ways to Crochet 3D Rose Flowers [Free Patterns] A Collection of Crochet 3D Rose Flowers [Free Patterns].

Read more: Crochet 3D Flower Motif Free Patterns Crochet 3D Flower Bouquet Free Patterns Crochet Flower Blanket Free Patterns Round Up Crochet Heart Applique Free Patterns Crochet Doily Free Patterns 01. Save Image and Free Pattern: Kati Crafts Save Image and Free Pattern: Tresp Crochet [Spanish] 02. Save Image and Free Pattern: Pink Rose Crochet Save Image and Free Pattern with Video: Naztazia 03. Save Image and Free Pattern: Lacy Crochet 04.

Save Image and Free Pattern: Skip to My Lou; Video: Mary J Handmade 05. Save Image and Free Pattern: My Giant Strawberry Prev post1 of 3Next Tweet Pin Share Stumble Reddit Yum Buffer Related Crochet Interlocking Ring Rose, Crochet Layered Rose, Crochet Popcorn Rose, Crochet Puffy Rose, Easy Crochet Rose Motifs, Single Stripe Rose Crochet Leave a Reply You must be logged in to post a comment. 10 Ways To Get The Perfect Finish On Your Crochet Afghan. As I mentioned in the previous post '10 Different Ways to Join Granny Squares' I like to plan ahead with my blankets/afghans. I always have an idea in my head how I would like it to end up and generally they come together pretty well. Today I thought I could do a roundup of 10 different crochet borders. I hope this will help you plan the end result you would like for your afghan (if that is what you are making with your granny squares from the CAL) 1.

Picot Border 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10. A couple of extra tips: 1. 2. 3. Do you need a few idea's on how to join your squares, I have compiled a roundup of 10 different ways here Are you still learning to crochet? Magical Flower Motif. 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").

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Sharing Your Own Images Who can share images? You! What should I share? Please share images that will help other visitors. Do include captions for your images. What shouldn't I share? Where will my image appear? Search Results Candy puffs beanie. Stay up to date with the latest news and patterns from Busting Stitches Kiwi RomperNewborn Size Materials Caron Simply Soft Size I 5.5 mm hook Tapestry needle Abbreviations Ch Chain Sl St Slip Stitch Sc Single Crochet Hdc Half Double Crochet Blo Back Loops Only Ch 36 Join with a sl st Ch 1, sc around Join with a sl st.

Ch 2, hdc around. Ch 2, hdc around in blo. Ch 2, hdc into the next 2 stitches. Turn inside out and sew the flap to the other side to form the crotch of the romper. Join with one leg of the romper and hdc into each space. Ch 2, hdc around. Tie off and repeat with the other opening For the ties Join with a sl st and chain 40. Now with the second color join in the back of the romper on the first row from the top that has front loops available. Rose | ❤ Abbreviations: Materials: Yarn: I used Novita’s crochet yarn for this particular rose. The yarn is 100% mercerised cotton. (You can pretty much use any yarn you wish.) I find that a rather thin yarn works best. Hook: Depending on thickness (weight) of your yarn, use whichever hook suitable. And a needle to stitch it all up! Instructions: Note 1: You can either leave a long tail of yarn at the start or at the finish of the rose (or both ends), to stitch the strip of petals together. Row 1: Make as many chains as you wish, in order to create a rose the size you wish.

For this example rose: make 118ch. (You should have 39 V-shapes at the end of row 1.) Row 2: First 3ch (counts as the first dc). Row 3: This is the row that creates the final petals. Start row 3 straight away with double crochet stitches after turning, working the double crochet stitches into the 2-ch spaces, and then attaching each petal to the next 2-ch space with a sc. Assembling the rose Right side up: Wrong side up: Alterations: Cherry Heart: Boho Pendants. GORGEOUS GRANNY SQUARES! Japanese flower tutorial. picture by picture. you can do this! - REVolution. Untitled. Create: Time to Create! ~ Basic Beanie Crochet Pattern.

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