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Free crochet patterns over 400, crochet patterns Free Doily Patterns Printer-friendly version Send by email PDF version More free doily patterns: Crochet Doily Patterns Browse through this list of free patterns that use Red Heart and Coats Threads. Pattern © by Coats & Clark Inc. We hope you find this selection of free doily patterns helpful. July Free Pattern! Ok, here it is! The free crochet pattern for July! Again , please read and follow my copyright info....THANKS! Also, this pattern has not been tested, so if you find any errors, please contact me and let me know so that I can fix it. Picot Mesh Scarf Patternby Jennifer J. A fun and flirtly scarf for everyday wear. CopyrightCopyright 2008 by Jennifer J. Materials~MC: Bernat Bamboo Natural Blends or any Bulky (5) weight yarn – sample is in Rosehip, 2 skiens needed ~K-10.5 / 6.5 mm crochet hook ~Yarn Needle Finished Size 5” wide by 55” long, easily customizableGauge Not important Pattern With MC, ch 20. Row 1: sc in 8th ch from hook. Row 2: Turn, ch5. sk first sc, sc in first ch5 sp. Row 3: Turn, ch5. sk first sc, sc in first ch5 sp. Repeat row 3 until desired length is achieved. Row 60: turn, ch5. sc in first ch5 sp.
Crochet Name Doily, Doilies: Personalized Family Name, First Name or Saying on a Doily - a Unique Gift Idea for Weddings, Aniversary, Birthday, Holidays and More! Print Free Graph Paper SMART CROCHET - Simple filet crochet projects. Part1. Starting your work. Simple filet crochet projects. (LESSON 2, part 1) Please note: I've divided this lesson into two parts so the pages could load faster. In this lesson I'll continue explaining you the basics of filet crochet and we will crochet a few little simple projects together, because I believe that there is no better way of learning than practice. You've found out already what are filled and open meshes. 1. filled mesh above filled mesh 2. filled mesh above open mesh 3. open mesh above filled mesh 4. open mesh above open mesh These combinations may acquire in the middle, at the beginning or at the end of the row. In the middle: 1. - 3dc in all 3dc of mesh below. 2. - dc in dc, 2dc in space of ch2 of mesh below. 3. - dc in first dc of mesh below, ch2. 4. - dc in dc of mesh below, ch2. At the beginning: 5. - ch3 (counts as first dc), dc in second dc (you skip the first dc, i.e. the one you've worked chain out of), dc in third dc. 6. 7. At the end: 9. 10. 11. 12.
Name Lace MATERIALS: Crochet Cotton Size 10/#7 Steel Crochet Hook or Crochet Cotton Size 20/#10 Steel Crochet Hook or Crochet Cotton Size 30/#11 or #12 Steel Crochet Hook TECHNIQUE: 1. Block (BL) = 3 dc A. Free Alphabet Graphs Alphabet Graphs designed by Kim Guzman © Sep. 1997 Email to firstname.lastname@example.org This is the complete alphabet graphs which I have designed for the Personalized Baby Afghan here. These graphs are also useful for knitting, plastic canvas, Tunisian crochet, tapestry crochet, filet crochet and more.
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Crochet Spot & Blog Archive & Crochet Pattern: Cabled Headband This pattern is for an ultra versatile and classic looking cabled headband. Most people assume that making cables is difficult, but as soon as you master these two techniques: Front Post Double Crochet (fpdc) and Back Post Double Crochet (bpdc), cabling will be part of your everyday crocheting repertoire. This pattern calls for sport weight yarn and the smaller E hook. If you would rather use a heavier weight yarn and a larger hook, have at it! With a DK or worsted yarn and a H hook this headband could also be used as a winter earwarmer! Finished Size: 19″ (48.26 cm) long and 2 1/4″ (6.35 cm) wide Note: the size of the headband may be adjusted using the instructions within the pattern. Gauge: not important in this pattern Need help understanding the abbreviations and symbols? Crochet Pattern: Cabled Headband Row 1: ch 12, dc in third ch from hook and in each ch across: 10 dc Weave in all ends, make it pretty!
Crochet Terms in US, UK, Danish and German Unfortunately crochet terms are not universal, so US crochet patterns and UK/Australia patterns use different names for the same stitches. This is very confusing for a beginning crocheter, who wants to read patterns from English sources. Not only are the terms different, but in some cases the same crochet term represents a different stitch in US/UK terminology. The term single crochet only appears in the US version. I am a visual crocheter and prefer reading charts to written only patterns. Since I also buy Danish crochet books and sometimes German ones when travelling, I made a chart about the most common crochet terms in those 4 languages. Each crochet symbol is followed by the appropriate term in the conversion chart below. These charts shows abbreviations used in English – US and UK, Danish and German. Like this: Like Loading...