Smooshy Scarf pattern by Heather Walpole. FR-CR-03-CAMOUFLAGE pattern by Emi Harrington. Little Popcorn Mittens pattern by Tah len'Ri. Boot Cuffs to go with the Aviator Hat pattern by Tah len'Ri. Owl Coffee/Tea Mug Cozy pattern by Katerina Cohee. Eudemonic Cowl pattern by Robyn M. Schrager. Infinity Chain Scarf pattern by Brennen Nelson. Chaussons 8&8 pattern by Aurélie MarieMad. Rainbow wrist/arm warmers pattern by Cheryl Jackson. Simple Stylish Market Bag pattern by Regina Weiss. Sweetheart Classic Beret pattern by Regina Weiss.
Beginner Crochet Hat pattern by Michon Chandler. This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download This simple hat is a great first project to get acquainted with a couple of different crochet stitches.
It starts with single crochet and moves through half-double crochet and double crochet then on to a v-stitch, crocheting through the back loop only and finishes off with a post stitch. The bow is designed to practice decreasing as well as seaming. With the exception of the v-stitch, I have not gone into how to make any of the stitches. For an explanation of the stitches please refer to The Nation NeedleArts Association: How to Crochet Book, www.craftyarncouncil.com, or New Stitch a Day on youtube. This hat is also meant to work without too much emphasis on gauge. Coffee Cosy & Trivet pattern by Ilona J Delargy.
This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download Tea pots come in different sizes, but there is always a handle and always a spout.
With coffee pots (cafetieres) the handles tend to be of varying heights, so sizing a cosy almost impossible. I have made several for myself, but when I get a new pot (I seem to be clumsy as I’ve broken a few), my old cosy doesn’t fit as the handle on the new pot are not in the same place. So here is a pattern that: Is forgiving so you can adjust this for any size coffee pot Is thick enough to actually keep the coffee HOT. You will need: I used 2 strands of DK yarn (I used Stylecraft special 100% acrylic) or you could use 1 strand of chunky yarn, and 3 hook sizes – 5.5, 4.5 and 3.5mm. Quick Winter Slouchy Hat pattern by First Twin Company. Pillow HOME pattern by Svetlana Kochkina. This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download This pillow will be wonderful decoration for your home, it is very sweet and cozy.
WHAT YOU NEED: • 1.5 skein of Dundaga yarn wool 6/2 (А) • Some yarn other color for cross stitch (B) • Few small felt pieces different colors for make details • Some thread like felt colors • Soft stuffing • Needle for thread, needle for cross stitch, hook №3,5 (E) PATTERN NOTES For making this pillow you need know simple crochet (sc), increase (inc), degrees (dec) and how make cross stitch. You can find tutorial on youtube. We start crochet from up to down, make cross stitch letters and attach felt details.
V-Stitch Mitts pattern by Victoria Marchant. Beginner Cowl pattern by A. Tomey. Oh the Boov pattern by Cassie McSassy Craft. Ripple Ridge Afghan pattern by Ronni Franklin. This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download This pattern is adapted from an afghan my mom made for my dad several years ago before she passed.
Pattern repeat (one point valley to valley) is 22 stitches, and measures approximately 3.75 inches, depending on your tension. You may make this in any length and width desired, from baby/crib size to 6-8 feet long (as my mother did for my dad, who is 6’4” tall!). For his afghan, she purchased a total of 16 skeins of yarn - 6 of MC, 5 of CC1, 3 of CC2, 2 of CC3. Keeping in mind the fact that she always over-bought, and crocheted tightly, this is a bit much, and she did have several skeins left over….
Crochet hook size will also be a factor - I wouldn’t use anything smaller than a size J - the bigger the hook, the larger and softer the finished product. The pattern in the picture shows 16 rows (8 ridges) of MC, 12 rows of CC1, 8 rows of CC2, and 4 rows of CC3. Gratitude Cowl pattern by Merri Purdy. Zig, then Zag pattern by Kimberly Perkins. Confituralhortensia pattern by Les Tricots de Confiture. Confituralhortensia pattern by Les Tricots de Confiture. Hen's Cushion pattern by Victoria Marchant. The lone owl hat pattern by Ashley dejesus.
Flower Coaster pattern by Isa. Star Stitch Scarf and Headband pattern by Margaret Fischer. Father-Son Beanie pattern by Little Eagle Creations. Stargazer Wristwarmers pattern by Emmy Faranda. Flower Granny Square Hat, Scarf, Mittens pattern by Catherine Basten. Wavelength Afghan - B.hooked Crochet. There are few things I enjoy more than seeing my husband curled up in a blanket I spent hours crocheting.
You too can make a family favorite afghan in just a few short weekends with the help of Bernat Blanket yarn and the wavelength afghan. It works up fast and as you can see from the image above, fuzzy. The bulk creates a dense and heavy blanket, perfect for curling up on the couch on a cold winter evening. When it is finished, this wavelength afghan is large enough for two! Bernat Blanket yarn, although a little tough to work with at first, is excellent for this afghan. The other thing I encountered was an increase in hand and wrist fatigue.
Cotton Crochet Basket - B.hooked Crochet. A cotton crochet basket is just what you need!
I love making crochet baskets, especially out of cotton yarn. I prefer using cotton for two reasons: first, it doesn’t pill (or get fuzzy) with wear or repeated use but most importantly because cotton yarn doesn’t have a whole lot of stretch once its worked up. Crochet Kitchen Towel Pattern - B.hooked Crochet. Earlier this week I posted a brand new stitch to our stitch library, the single crochet chevron stitch.
Now that you have had some time to practice it, how about we put these new skills to use? I’ve prepared for you a quick and easy crochet kitchen towel using the single crochet chevron stitch. Here in the States, July fourth is just around the corner so I have made mine using red, white and blue cotton. You could customize your color combinations to match your kitchen or any holiday! Crochet Basket Pattern - B.hooked Crochet. Well it wasn’t quite ready for Easter this year but I promised you an awesome crochet basket pattern, so better late than never right?
I couldn’t rush the pattern on this one and I’m glad I didn’t. I really love how it turned out. I have found that it’s perfect for holding yarn scraps or WIP’s. Actually, mine has held my current WIP since it was finished. It fits perfectly on the arm of the couch and the soft bottom allows it to form to it and stay put. Red Heart Medley is the perfect choice for this crochet basket. Pumpkin Spice Crochet Coffee Cozy - B.hooked Crochet. Free Pattern What is the one thing that can make a brisk fall morning even better?
A pumpkin spice latte of course! The next free pattern in B.hooked Crochet’s fall 2014 line-up is the Pumpkin Spice Coffee Cozy. The Pumpkin Spice Coffee Cozy will be the perfect last minute gift for that special person who loves fall. It only takes about 30 minutes to complete! Crochet Pattern by B. Crochet Wash Cloth Set - Free Pattern and Video Tutorials. Free Pattern and Video Tutorials Learn how to crochet the single crochet, half double crochet and the double crochet and make a wash cloth set in the process!
We’ll even cover how to change colors when we make a multi-colored wash cloth. This pattern is a part of the Beginner Crochet Series, a free 20-part tutorial set created to teach you how to crochet. This post will include the written instructions for each of the four wash cloths as well as the video tutorial for each. Grab your hooks and let’s get started, shall we? Crochet Mason Jar Cozy - B.hooked Crochet. Mason jars are perfectly versatile decorations for the home that add even more character when covered with a crochet cozy. I am currently using my crochet mason jar cozies in two different ways, on the mantle with flowers and in the foyer with a flameless candle.
Because they are so quick and easy to crochet, you can make a mason jar cozy for every holiday or special occasion. I’m thinking, wedding reception table decorations, July Fourth accents, Christmas mantle decor…so many possibilities! An intermediate to advanced level crocheter can whip one up in just a little over an hour but even a complete beginner can follow along with my video tutorial and have one made in a Sunday-Funday afternoon. Granny Square Pillow - B.hooked Crochet.
Many of you who follow me on Facebook were very disappointed when the Granny Square Tote won the February Crochet-Along instead of the retro granny square pillow. I have to admit, I was a little sad too because…well, just look at it…it’s a gorgeous design! Okay, okay, I’m done tooting my own horn. Your requests were heard loud and clear and I am very excited to release this surprise crochet-along! This design is actually quite versatile.
It is crocheted using the traditional granny square pattern, but the color combinations are endless. Crochet Christmas Stockings - B.hooked Crochet. As promised, I have a few original, Christmas-themed patterns to share with you and here is the first. I designed this stocking so that my husband and I could have personalized stockings that we could cherish for years to come. I think you will be surprised how easily these stockings come together! 12-pointed Star Crochet Christmas Tree Skirt - B.hooked Crochet. Free Pattern Moving on to Christmas project number 3 and I am especially excited about this one! I will admit, this project was a challenge at first but once I got into a groove, it was a piece of cake! I dedicated a couple weeks in November to putting this tree skirt together and I am absolutely thrilled with how it turned out.
If you’ve never made a tree skirt before, this is the pattern to try! Let’s get started shall we. Crochet Elf Hats for the Entire Family - Free Pattern and Video. Free Pattern and Beginner Friendly Video Tutorial Those of you who follow me on my Facebook Page were given the opportunity to vote which holiday projects you wanted to learn how to crochet this year. Along with some pretty neat Spiral Ornaments and Christmas tree baubles, many of you voted for a crochet elf hat.
Due to the wide variety in size votes, I decided the only way to make this work for everyone is to include multiple sizes. I think you are going to have so much fun making elf hats for your family this year! Through the process of writing this pattern over the course of a week, I completed 10 hats of various sizes. Crochet Valentine Goody Bag - B.hooked Crochet.
Crochet Heart Cup Cozy Free Pattern - B.hooked Crochet. The crochet heart stitch is one of my favorite new patterns. Not just because it’s almost Valentine’s day but because it is so versatile! Crochet Baby Bonnet - B.hooked Crochet. Make a Darling Lace Baby Bonnet for that Special Little One in your Life A baby bonnet is one of my favorite things to crochet and gift to new parents. They work up fast, effortlessly and allow me to really put my creativity to work with different stitches and textures. For this darling lace bonnet I used one of my favorite lace yarns, Patons Lace Sequin in the color moonstone. Crochet Puff Stitch Hat: Infant and Toddler Sizes - B.hooked Crochet. Crochet Newborn Hat - B.hooked Crochet. I must say, I have been a very busy little Bee. Building a brand name is very tedious and hard work! Designing a logo, building a Pinterest account and recruiting followers, starting a Facebook and Twitter account, investing in an Etsy shop, starting a blog…and of course, crocheting!
Of all the things I’ve crossed off my list and those still yet to be completed, I am very excited about my first posts! There were many topics in the running to be the first post ever written here on the brand new blog (aside from the Welcome post of course), but offering a free pattern seemed like the best way to say, “Hello world! Crochet Basket Weave Baby Blanket - B.hooked Crochet. Spring is just a few weeks away and the arrival of spring signifies new life; flowers begin to bloom, leaves begin to bud and before we know it life is in full swing. Spring always reminds me of baby season and therefore I have dedicated the month of March to the release of my newest baby designs. Crochet Baby Lamb Hat - Free Pattern - B.hooked Crochet. Just in time for spring and Easter is the adorable crochet baby lamb hat. Crochet Sweet Heart Hat Pattern - B.hooked Crochet. A few days ago I posted a brand new heart pattern, the sweet heart applique. This quick and easy heart was the first part to my next Valentine’s day project, the Crochet Sweet Heart Hat.
Mystick Mermaid Cocoon - Free Crochet Pattern. This is by far one of the most fun and rewarding designs I have created thus far. I designed the Mystic Mermaid Cocoon for Brianna Creative and shared pictures of my progress on social media along the way. Bright Baby Crochet Owl Hat - B.hooked Crochet. Free Pattern We’ve all seem ’em, those adorable little crochet owl hats. They take your newborn photos to the next level all while melting your heart at the same time. Crochet Ruffled Baby Booties - B.hooked Crochet. Newborn Crochet Beanie - Free Pattern and Video Tutorial. Urban Broomstick Lace Slouchy Hat - B.hooked Crochet. Puff Stitch Fingerless Gloves - B.hooked Crochet. Quick and Cozy Crochet Wristers - B.hooked Crochet. Beginner Crochet Leg Warmers:Video Tutorial and Free Pattern.
Crochet Headband Pattern - Free Pattern and Video Tutorial. Cozy Cowl - B.hooked Crochet. Fall Into Color Cowl: Free Crochet Pattern. Finger Knit Infinity Scarf - B.hooked Crochet. How To Crochet a Granny Triangle Shawl: Free Video Tutorial. Starburst Cowl: Video Crochet-along - B.hooked Crochet. Broomstick Lace Infinity Scarf - B.hooked Crochet. Finger Crochet Cowl - B.hooked Crochet.