The Spruce Crafts. Tulip at Yarn Paradise. Fashion Accessory of the Month. FEATURED IN OUR AUTUMN ISSUE Design by Tanis Galik Numerous Tunisian crochet stitches and textures create a thick, cozy afghan perfect for ... FEATURED IN OUR AUTUMN ISSUE Design by Mary Layfield A beautiful circular afghan to grace your home or body. FEATURED IN OUR AUTUMN ISSUE Design by Amy Niezur A quick-to-crochet cap that works up from a single skein of yarn! FEATURED IN OUR AUTUMN ISSUE Design by Juliette Bezold Cables and lace combine to create ethereal drama in this delicate ... FEATURED IN OUR AUTUMN ISSUE Designs by Bonnie Barker Post stitches create cables that add texture and warmth in this ... FEATURED IN OUR AUTUMN ISSUE Design by Darla Fanton This scarf provides a variety of ways to style it. Wear it in a long infinity loop or ... FEATURED IN OUR AUTUMN ISSUE Design by Edie Eckman Make a statement with this eye-catching bag made with cotton worsted-weight yarn.
800346_SnowflakeLayetteCrochetEpattern.pdf. Engl-anleitung-fc3bcr-krabbe-kokosnuss.pdf. Engl-anleitung-fc3bcr-krabbe-kokosnuss.pdf. LW1295.pdf. Dragon Scarf pattern by Krystal Higgins. 8961e623-c50e-4673-b8f8-7b9d6f751e80.pdf. How to Convert Knit Stitches to Crochet Stitches. When you find a knitting pattern you really love, but you want to work it in crochet, you are faced with a challenge. Knit and crochet stitches are not exactly interchangeable and technically cannot be converted. Nevertheless, you can replace stitches to give the crochet pattern a similar look as the knit pattern if the pattern is not too complex. There may be some experimentation involved to get the desired look, but a few general guidelines will assist you in crocheting a simple end product that, although not identical, may strongly resemble the original pattern.
Things You'll Need Crochet gauge measureCrochet hookKnitting patternYarn (allot 30 percent more yarn when converting a knit pattern to a crochet pattern) Experiment with gauge to determine what size crochet hook and yarn will give you the same number of stitches per inch as the knitting pattern requires. Repeatedly check that your project is the correct size, especially if you are crocheting clothing. Free Pattern Friday Crochet: Flower Scarf. FILET CROCHET AFGHAN PATTERNS HUNDREDS OF GORGEOUS DESIGNS.
My fierce but friendly really Dragon - with pattern! After I started re-crocheting a couple of years ago, one of the first things I wanted to make was a dragon. I did it, and was very happy with it, but I didn't write out the pattern in full. Since then I've had so many people, seeing the pictures of it on Flickr, ask if they could have the pattern, and now I've finally done it! I've made another dragon (slightly smaller this time, I crochet much tighter now!) , worked out the pattern, and tried to put it down in a way that makes sense. *I have now written out the pattern in full. You can download a PDF of it at the bottom of this post: or at Ravelry: I'm going to assume that anyone who tries to make this has a reasonable knowledge of crochet & making amigurumi, and that you know how to increase and decrease.
Start at the dragon’s nose: You make the spikes continuously. Completing your dragon: Starting Chain. 5 Helpful Crochet Size Charts Sometimes the things we love to crochet aren't exactly one-size-fits-all. Luckily, there are lots of online resources that can help you size hats, gloves, and blankets to the right measurements – leaving you with finished pieces that are a perfect fit (or pretty close to one!).
Especially if you’re making your own patterns, it’s helpful to have some guidelines so you know what sizes things need to be – e.g. the size of a child’s hat versus the size of an adult’s hat. When in doubt, here are a few charts and websites that can offer some help. Hat Sizing Chart, from Creating Beautiful Things in LifeThis isn’t just a sizing chart with a few measurements – it explains the formula for head circumference, how to fit hats, and 16 different size guidelines based on age.
Sure, you’ve got your child, teen, and adult sizes – but there are also more than a dozen specifically geared for preemies, newborns, and babies of various ages. Spider Web Doily Crochet pattern|Thread crochet doily patterns- LeisureArts. Free Pattern Friday Crochet: Cuddle Duck. Free Pattern Friday Crochet: Flower Scarf. Candy Cane Crochet Wreath. 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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You! Free Pattern Friday Crochet: E-Reader Sweater. Skill Level: EasyFinished Size: 5" wide x 7½" tall (12.5 cm x 19 cm) MATERIALS Medium Weight Yarn 3.5 ounces, 155 yards (100 grams, 142 meters) per skein]: Violet - One skein Purple - Small amount Crochet hooks, sizes H (5 mm), I (5.5 mm), and J (6 mm) or sizes needed for gauge Yarn needle GAUGE: With largest size hook, 14 hdc and 9 rows = 4" (10 cm) Gauge Swatch: 4" (10 cm) squareRow 1: With largest size hook and Violet, ch 3, YO, insert hook in third ch from hook (2 skipped chs count as first hdc), YO and pull up a loop, YO and draw through one loop on hook (ch made), YO and draw through all 3 loops on hook (first fhdc made), work 13 fhdc: 14 fhdc.Rows 2-9: Ch 2 (counts as first hdc), turn; hdc in next st and in each st across.
Finish off. FRONT POST DOUBLE CROCHET(abbreviated FPdc) YO, insert hook from front to back around post of st indicated (Fig. 2), YO and pull up a loop (3 loops on hook), (YO and draw through 2 loops on hook) twice.Fig. 2. Free Pattern Friday Crochet: Crib Cozies. Free Pattern Friday Crochet: Cozy Cap & Mittens. Heirloom Frame Crochet Blanket ePattern - Leisure Arts. Starting Chain. 10 Holiday Crochet Ideas + Patterns Photo source: The Dapper Toad ‘Tis the season for crocheting beautiful holiday decorations, gifts, and more! We’ve collected some of our favorite holiday crochet patterns, in case you’re looking for a bit of creative inspiration before the season ends. (Click the underlined text below to get the patterns.) Holiday Lights from The Dapper Toad via CraftsyCalling on Amigurumi – the Japanese art of crocheting small stuffed animals – this pattern produces a string of colorful Christmas lights (pictured above).
There are lots of creative patterns out there, and these are just a few that stuck out for the holidays. Free Pattern Friday Crochet: Cardinal Cover-Up. oKay Crochet by Monarae. Little Yarn Friends • Crochet Pattern: Lil' Agnes (Despicable Me) Margaret Oomen's Little Urchin Crochet Covered Sea Stones For quite some time now we have been mesmerized and inspired by the work of the unsurpassable artist Margaret Oomen - we are particularly drawn to her crocheted stones.
Her creations and her talent leave us absolutely speechless, as does her wonderfully kind personality. Resurrection Fern is her blog about her life as a mother of four, rural physician and textile designer. She also has an Etsy Shop where you can purchase her gorgeous crocheted stones (if you're quick enough since they go so quickly!) As well as beautiful still-life photographs of her crocheted stones. Today marks a very special day for us because Margaret generously agreed to create an exclusive Crocheted Stone pattern for Purl Bee readers (pictured above). Below is one of our favorite shots of Margaret's work from her Etsy Shop. The Materials The Pattern In this tutorial I will show you how to crochet a cover for a smooth sea or river stone inspired by the lovely sea urchin. Step 1: Make a chain 10 stitches long. Free Pattern Friday Crochet: Bewitching Draft Dodger. CS0017_CrochetARose.pdf. Jip the Owl - 3bcd955fe3e6bg1cc2d45324ff1dag12.pdf. Featured Member Crochet: August 26 - Starting Chain.
Featured Member Crochet: August 26 At Starting Chain we love to show off the crochet work done by our readers. We hope that encourages creativity. It all starts with one chain... Lynn Caple's darling train blanket has been popular with our readers and we all can see why. We'd like to thank her not only for her post, but also explaining how she made it. She writes, "I drew this on graph paper and made it with regular granny squares. Thanks, Lynn, for sharing your very well done and adorable train with us...and giving an example of how we all can use graph paper to design a project.
We'd like to thank Katherine Florimbio for sharing this photo of the beautiful black crocheted necklace she made. We always love seeing blanklets, afghans and other crocheted works that have been made, in love, for others. Thanks to everyone who has shared their work. Medallion Crochet Afghan | This beautiful throw looks woven but is actually crocheted in afghan stitch, using an afghan hook, which looks like a long crochet hook with a knob on the end to prevent the stitches from slipping off. Because afghan stitch creates a grid-like pattern, it is ideal for cross stitch embroidery.
The cross stitch medallions on our afghan are stitched in rich colors reminiscent of an oriental carpet, but you can substitute any colors that coordinate with your d? Cor. If you enjoy afghan crochet, which is also known as Tunisian crochet, but want to try a smaller project, consider making a scarf. Approximate finished size: 62" x 76" Materials Worsted weight yarn 63 ozs. Size I afghan hook Size I crochet hook, or size to obtain gauge Yarn or tapestry needle for embroidery Gauge: 4 stitches = 1" and 7 rows = 2" NOTE: all medallions are embroidered in cross stitch when pieces are completed.
(See diagrams 1–6) Row 1: A row of Afghan Stitch consists of 2 steps. Step 1. Step 2. Center Panel Side Panel. LC2574.pdf. Amigurumi Sock-monkey – free pattern. AUTHOR: MARI-LIIS LILLE ©lilleliis 2012 All lilleliis toys are original design. I put a lot of effort in creating the cuties, writing patterns, taking photos and offering you friendly customer service. Please show your respect towards my hard work by crediting me whenever you share things made to my patterns.© COPYRIGHT *You may sell the finished items, provided you give the credit to Mari-Liis Lille (lilleliis) as the designer. Read more. From time immemorial, mothers and grandmothers have made simple sock monkeys for their kids and grandkids. Skill level: easy Size: If using the same yarn, your monkey will be approximately 40 cm tall Supplies: yarn – Steinbach Wolle Supersport (50g = 100m): color A – gray, color B – whitesmall amount of red yarn for the hatcrochet hook 3,5 mmpolyester fiberfilltwo black buttonssome red feltblack and red thread Abbreviations sl st – slip stitch, ch – chain, sc – single crochet, st(s) – stitch(es), rep – repeat Work in continuous rounds.
MUZZLE 1: Color A. Pattern: Despicable Me Minion. Who doesn’t love the minions from “Despicable Me”? Make your very own detailed minion with removable goggles and removable overalls with my free crochet pattern! Materials: yellow yarn (for head, body, arms and embroidering overalls), blue yarn (for overalls), black yarn (for hair, goggle straps, gloves and boots), grey yarn (for goggles)- I used “Red Heart Super Saver” yarn2.00 mm crochet hook [YES- you read that correctly! I like to have very tight, small stitches when crocheting amigurumi so that no fiberfill is visible.
Thus, I use a very small crochet hook! You are more than welcome to use a larger hook- your Minion will simply turn out larger!} Yarn needlefiberfillwhite felt (for teeth and eyes), tan felt (for eyes), red felt (for tongue), black felt (for eyes, mouth adn logo), blue felt (for “G” on pocket)small black buttons (2)glue gun Note: I worked in continuous rounds (vs. joined rounds). Finished size: Approximately 14 inches/36 cm in height Using yellow yarn, R10-55: Sc 63 Ch 3.
A[mi]dorable Crochet: Sheldon Pattern! Crochet Giraffe Pattern. Amended on 22/06/13 Here is my pattern for my little Giraffe. This is the first crochet pattern I’ve written, so I hope that it’s ok. I’m the master of dropping or gaining stitches, so don’t worry if you do too. Also, I’m sorry if any of the final quantities of stitches aren’t quite right, I wouldn’t worry too much if it’s 24 not 26 etc.
Emma xxx PS: I am writing this pattern for free, if you are new to my little Blog maybe you could start following me. Crochet Stripy Giraffe What I used: *3mm hook *Cotton /Acrylic yarn. Abbreviations Ch- Chain Dec- Decrease Sc- Single crochet Rep- Repeat (US Terms)Arms (make 2) In white R1: Ch 2, 6 sc in second ch from hook R2: Sc 2 in each sc around (12) R3: Sc 1, 2 sc in next sc, rep 6 times (18) R4-5: Sc 18 R6: Sc 1, dec 1 (12) Change colour R7- R23: Sc 12Fasten off, leaving long tail for sewing together Stuff firmly as you go, leave near the end lightly stuffed.
Legs (make 2) In white R1: Ch 2, 6 sc in second ch from hook R2: Sc 2 in each sc around (12) Orange. Sock Monkey. Amy Amigurumi Doll Free Pattern--Tales of Twisted Fibers. CRADLE PURSE. Designed by Irene Duquette 2002 This purse measures 5" by 5" and is adorable. It will please any little girl. Click on picture to see larger view of it.
Materials: Caron Simply Soft or any other soft type worsted weight yarn (2 colors). Approx. 2 ounces Size "I" Hook Size "F" Hook Small 3" doll, bunny or bear Note: Ch 2 counts as first hdc Bottom of cradle With white and using the "I" Hook Ch 21 Rnd 1: Hdc in 3rd ch from hook and in next 16 ch; 4 hdc in next ch. Rnds 2 - 7: Ch 1 and hdc in each hdc around. Rnd 8: Ch 1, sc in same place and in next 15 hdc ( mark the 16th sc with a piece of thread to mark placement of hood later on). Hood Attach white in back loop of marked sc. Row 1: Ch1, sc in same place and sc in next 17 sc. Row 2: Skip first sc, sc in next 15 sc, skip next sc, sc in last sc. Row 3: Sc in 6 sc, decrease over next 2 sc twice, sc in rem 6 sc.
Row 4: Sc in next 5 sc, dec over next 2 sc twice, sc in rem 5 sc. Row 5: Sc in next 4 sc, dec over next 2 sc twice, sc in rem 4 sc. Rnd 3. Free Vintage Patterns List. Little Yarn Friends • Crochet Pattern: Lil' Baby Unicorn. World of WarCrafts: Amigurumi murloc -- WoW Insider. Animals. Amigurumi for Beginners. Mary Jane Slippers « ohmygoodknits! // a knitting & crochet blog. Untitled. New Cuddle Sac Pattern. Crochet Candy Cane Steering Wheel Cover.
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