How To Crochet a Beanie. You can pretty much follow the increase pattern despite not doing this in double crochet.
However, when I make a hat with a K size hook and using primarily double crochet, it really goes by really quickly. Start off with the magic circle. Crochet 10 double crochets into the ring. Pull end to tighten. In this pattern, you don’t want to slip stitch to join. Round 1: Increase each stitch by doing 2 double crochets into each stitch. Usually this is enough to fit my head (again using a K hook). Once the circle fits the top of your head, continue going in the round until your beanie has reached the desired length. Your end product should look something like this… Buy the yarn shown above here. Playin' Hooky Designs: Tips and Tricks. 10 Free Animal Hat Crochet Patterns.
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This is my first How-To blog post and I am excited to share with you. I am going to show you how to Tunisian Crochet. Some of you may have heard of it and others maybe not. Either way, you will learn how to do it today! Dragon. To tell you the truth, I was hesitant about making a dragon.
Life got really busy as soon as we came back from our Christmas holidays, and Chinese New Year was fast approaching. I didn’t think we’d have the time, and it seemed challenging to make a cute dragon since I was so used to making my cute bears and bunnies. Ryan, who is always up for a challenge, strongly encouraged me to give it a try, saying that we’d have enough time and that it would be really special since it was Chinese New Year. It had been exactly a year ago since we had created our first original design and pattern: the Chinese New Year Doll.
With his support and encouragement, we began brainstorming ideas of what our dragon would look like. We thought this little green dragon was so sweet! This Dragon’s head is different than all the other amigurumi I’ve made since it is not spherical or ball-shaped. As you can see, I then started widening the head and then sharply decreasing. Snowcatcher Snowflake Directory. © dla 2008-2015 *** snowcatcherphotos.com All content of this website, including text and photographs, is the sole property of the author/photographer (unless otherwise stated).
Nothing may be copied or reproduced in any manner without written consent. All rights reserved. Never Ending Granny Squares eBook. Pretty Pretty Bow. By Erin Burger – 30 Comments This bow is super simple, super cute and super versatile.
Sew it onto a blanket, a beanie, a purse or a headband for an extra bit of girly or add it to a hair clip for an adorable hair accessory. Finished Size: approx. 4″ (10.16 cm) wide and approx. 1″ (2.54 cm) long at center Gauge: not needed for this pattern Need help understanding the abbreviations and symbols? Check out the crochet abbreviation chart! Crochet Pattern: Pretty Pretty Bow Row 1: ch 12, sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across: 11 sc Rows 2-4: ch 1, turn, working in back loops only, sc in each sc across: 11 sc Border: do not turn, sc in along side of each row, in each ch across bottom, and along other side of each row. Hot Air Balloons: Crochet Amigurumi Toys DIY Free Pattern. There are countless options for using these Hot Air Balloons as versatile gifts (baby mobile, joggling balls), and it is up to your imagination to choose the content of the basket.
Put a special message in the basket for the recipient, or a small treat, or a passenger, or a special gift (could some jewelry piece be a good idea?) Crocheting. Joining Amigurumi. When making amigurumi, you will often need to join an open-ended crocheted piece (e.g. the top of a leg or tail or a muzzle) to a closed crocheted piece (e.g. the body or head).
Sewing these together neatly can be tricky and can make the difference between a cohesive finish and an untidy messy join. In this tutorial I will demonstrate the method I developed for sewing pieces together neatly, with an almost invisible join. Both pieces are usually the same colour, but, for the purpose of this tutorial, I will be joining an open-ended brown piece (right) to a closed grey piece (left): You will usually have a long yarn end left over from the open-ended piece to sew the two pieces together.
For further clarity in the tutorial, I have substituted the brown yarn end (above) with pink yarn. Hold the two pieces together in their final position, with the yarn end towards you. Begin the first stitch into the main piece, just outside the place where the two pieces touch: Lacy Crocheted Earrings. Author Gene in SoCal.
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The crochet lessons are detailed, some with slow motion for additional time needed to learn new crochet techniques and stitches. Examples are a crochet rose, blue ivy, marigold, daffodil, poinsettia, pansy and lilly to name a few. The Knit Witch - A site for the knitting and crochet enthusiast. Free, Online Crochet Pattern Directory. Crochet Me. Free Amigurumi Patterns. Welcome to the Craft Yarn Council and Warm Up America! How to Crochet with Pop-Tops.