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Crochet Angel. Free Filet Crochet Patterns - Page 1. Aunt Aggie's Trivets. Free Filet Crochet Charts and Patterns. Filet Crochet Is Easier Than You Think. It is Easier than it Looks I have always been intimidated by filet crochet. I don't know. Maybe because it all just looks so complicated. I finally made myself try it. This is the finished project. Just like color-by-number From what I've seen, you can only find filet crochet patterns in chart form. Yet again, I did not have the proper size cotton thread, and I ran out of the cotton yarn I used for the heart I used some Super Saver white I had in my yarn artillery. Here are some in progress pictures. Drum Roll Please....The finished project! Patterns are only guidelines... The pattern I used for this runner came from Granny's Garret. Just Go For It! I wish I had learned how to do filet crochet sooner. Home Sweet Home Filet Crochet Pattern.

I completed, blocked, and framed my first self-designed filet crochet project, a house warming gift for my friend Suse and her husband Drew. I'm publishing the pattern, here on my blog, under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License, which essentially means you can sell the things you make from it, but please give me credit. Pattern: Materials:Size 10 steel hook (1.30 mm)~250 yards size 10 crochet thread in color of choice (I used natural)Definitions:Open grid: ch 2, sk next 2 sts, dc in next stSolid grid: dc in next 3 stsDouble-open grid (doors): ch 5, sk next 5 sts, dc in next stFirst (bottom) row: Ch 122, dc in 8th ch from hook (counts as first Open grid - bottom right corner). * Ch 2, sk next 2 chs, dc in next ch.

Repeat from * across. (39 open grids made)Next (and all subsequent) row: Ch 5, turn, dc in next dc (counts as first Open grid)Follow chart upward, working back and forth. Edging (or use any edging you like!) Painted Tapestry Crochet. Free Christmas Bell Doily Crochet Pattern. Mini doily or jar topper - free crochet pattern. Here's a pretty little doily that's also a jar topper. Doily is 5 inches in diameter and would fit a jar lid that's about 2 1/2 inches in diameter. (also shown in photo are the denim thread ties that I made from recycled denim jeans) Here's a blue one on a jar. I used ordinary 1/8-inch satin ribbon as tie. Mini doily or jar topper, 6-petal flower copyright Mimi Alelis, 2012 (Please do not distribute my patterns in any manner or form.) Pansy Doily Free Crochet Pattern.

The pansy is a delicate looking, beautiful flower. The pansy is quite durable and a “flower for all seasons.” Pansies are growing in gardens during the winter and spring in the South or Southwest United States and during the summer in the North. The fragrant and edible bloomsare a gorgeous addition in gardens. Pansies are very easy to grow making them a very popular addition to any garden.

Whether grown from seed or bedding plants, pansies are relatively disease and pest free blooming prolifically for the gardener’s enjoyment. Capture the beauty of pansies all year round with this Pansy Doily. Pansy Doily Edited By: Maggie Weldon Copyright 2010 Maggie Weldon Skill: Intermediate Size: About 14 inches diameter Materials: Size 10 Crochet Thread: White, Shaded Pinks and Green Crochet Hook:Size 7 (1.65 mm) When instructed to join with sc, begin with sl knot on hook, insert hook in st or sp indicated, yo and pull up a loop, yo and draw through both loops on hook.

PANSIES (Make 16) Enjoy, Maggie. Mini Crochet Slippers…and a free pattern too « Crafts. If these fit you, you shall be my wife. In other words, I really adore the comment sections below my posts. Often they are a source of very interesting ideas.Like, for example, there’s this Crochet Slippers Tutorial that I once wrote. And just recently I noticed my friend Drora suggesting that it could be fun to turn those slippers into miniatures.I fell in love with that idea instantly. And this is what I made. Tiny and cute, if I may say so myself. I thought the mini slippers would look lovely as Christmas ornaments too. Hm, what do you think? As I mentioned, I used my Crochet Slippers Pattern to make them. My collection of crocheted ornaments for this year’s Christmas tree seems to be slowly coming together. “A Christmas Wreath”, cont’d | G-Ma Ellen's Hands – Adventures in Crochet and Knit. Okay, last post on these little lovelies. Just wanted to share some more pretty versions for you to try . . .

Made with linen thread. I love it. Made with embroidery thread. :D Made with 100% Mercerized Cotton Crochet Thread Just in case you missed them, here are the links for the pattern. Crochet Thread: A Christmas Wreath, Family Circle Magazine 1979, and, with my ‘modified’ edging as a footnote - Like this: Like Loading... I am a recently widowed, mother of three wonderful, grown children, G-Ma (Grandma) to seven beautiful grandchildren.

Friday Inspiration - Autumn Themed Crochet. Here are some fun autumn themed crochet pieces I've come across in my searches! This fun Thanksgiving doily is from You can buy the pattern here. If the stores around you are like the ones in my area, it's getting harder and harder to find crochet thread in a variety of colors. I've been ordering mine from here and here. I love Cathy Shaughnessy's free form autumn piece! Alicia Kachmar has free instructions on her website for these creative bunches of Indian corn, using Lion Brand Homespun. And if you hurry, you'll have time to make this spider filet doily for Halloween! Happy Creating!