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Now, we’re going to crochet the cupcake top. We crochet it amigurumi style! If you are going to add scallops later, work in the BACK LOOPS ONLY: Single crochet 6 stitches into a magic loop. Cinch it shut. Do not join.
...the crochet pattern for the flower squares is finally written out for you to try out...To those of you who have been waiting for it -- thanks for your patience!
This heart crochet hot pad is so decorative, you might want to use it as a doily instead! The overall pattern is fairly easy. Just take note of the special crochet stitch abbreviations that are used throughout. For example, "st sh" for starting shell and "d sh" for double shell.
The artistic blend of modern style and ages-old technique in this stunning Annie Potter Original design makes it a true conversation piece. You're certain to take as much pride in stitching this lovely necklace as you do wearing it! Accented with delicate traditional Irish crochet motifs, it is stitched entirely of size 10 cotton. Design by Annie Potter Skill Level
Take a second and think back to when you first started knitting. Were you intimidated by difficult techniques? Was it hard to find patterns at your skill level? Did you want a list of beginner knitting patterns? Preferably free beginner knitting patterns?
** Feel free to contact me with any issues or goofs I have made on the pattern and I’ll get her fixed up asap. :) - MyJewelThief These fingerless gloves have a classic, yet modern design that is super easy and quick. The button flap gives it a finished look and the “No Thumb” thumb opening makes it a breeze to knit. No button holes needed! Great for gift giving - your friends never need know how easy these really are!
Patty asked: Hi, Your yarn looks great on your dishcloth. Can you share with me what kind of cotton yarn you used and what kind of dye you used?
I came up with this new pattern so it could easily be tweaked, fit loosely or just right! :D The first one I made was back in 2009. Must NEEDED revamp!
Crocheted edgings are very pretty, whether they are on blankets, skirts, bags, or anything you can thing of! The item you add a crocheted edging to doesn’t even have to be crocheted. In fact, here is a very simple edging pattern that you can sew onto the border of your items. Sometimes it’s difficult for beginners to crochet evenly around an item, so this method of creating an edging and sewing it on, can simplify the process. Note: it may be tricky for beginners to keep track of all the stitches if your foundation chain is long.
I found a Koala Bear Amigurumi Pattern in the Woman’s Day website and I have some off-white and gray organic cotton yarns on hand, so I made a pair of these small little stuffed koala bears for my kids in reverse color.
Bulky weight yarn, size K hook. For Worsted weight use a J hook The numbers in the  say how many stitches there should be.
i 10 Votes Extra wide buttoned ribbing. Mittens and Scarf will also be available.
Follow this step-by-step tutorial. The photos show how your work should look, each step of the way. Scroll down to find complete written instructions and a diagram. Step 1 Begin with a ring, then work Round 1 with D and fasten off. Step 2 Work Round 2 with C. Step 3 Work Round 3 and fasten off.