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The Boy Trifecta: Dino Spike Crochet Pattern

The Boy Trifecta: Dino Spike Crochet Pattern
I sort of think it does. Or at least it seems so to me. And I've definitely got the crochet bug these days. I've got a little monster running around my house these days, so I thought I'd create a hat to reflect his wild insane out-of-control hilariously adorable personality. Of course, this one modeling the hat, he's not a monster at all. I mean seriously, how can you not love those eyes? In case you have any little monsters that you would like to make this hat for, here's the dino spike pattern. Hook: 5mm (H) Yarn: Any worsted weight is fine - I used Wool-Ease. Mark the first stitch in each round. Round 1: Make a magic loop/ring, and do 6 single crochets in the loop. Round 2: Single crochet around (6 sc) Round 3: 2 single crochet in first stitch, 1 sc in next stitch - repeat around (9 sc) Round 4: Single crochet in each stitch (9 sc) Round 5: 2 single crochet in first stitch, 1 sc in next stitch - repeat around (14 sc) Round 6: Single crochet around (14 sc) Happy crocheting! Related:  Blogs/tutorials- Make baby stuff

Crochet Owl Hat Pattern Round 1: Magic ring, Chain 2, DC 12 inside ring, joint to 1st DC, chain 2 Round 2: 2 DC in same stitch and in each around, join, chain 2 (24). Round 3: DC in the same stitch as Chain 2, DC, DC, 2 Dc in next, *DC in next 3, 2 Dc in next, repeat from * around, Join to 1st DC, chain 2. (30) Round 4: DC in the same stitch as Chain 2, DC, 2 DC in next, *DC in next two, 2 DC in next stitch, repeat from * around, Join to 1st DC, chain 2. (40) Round 5-7: Beginning in same stitch as Chain 2, DC around, join to 1st DC, chain 2 (40) Note: before joining round 7, change color. Round 8-9: In new color DC around, join to 1st DC, chain 2 (40) Do not fasten off, begin first earflap Earflap 1: Row 1: Starting in next stitch, HDC 8, chain 2, turn Row 2: HDC decrease, HDC 4, HDC decrease, chain 2, turn Row 3: HDC 6, chain 2, turn Row 4: HDC decrease, HDC 2, HDC decrease, chain 2, turn Row 5: 2 HDC decreases, chain 2, turn Row 6: HDC decrease, fasten off leaving long tale Earflap 2: Count 9 stitches away from seam.

Make Baby Converse- Scroll to bottom for English Boa noite ,amigas seguidoras e visitantes. Eu recebo diariamente muitos emails pedindo o gráfico do tênis all star (embora eu sempre coloco o gráfico aqui no meu blog) mesmo assim eu sempre envio para quem me pede.Além disso muitas pessoas me pedem para ensinar a fazer,não que eu não goste de ensinar,mas para eu não ficar perdendo tempo ensinando uma a uma por email resolvi fazer esse pap.Pois é com maior prazer que o fiz!Espero que eu tenha passado o que sei e o que faço com clareza,pois para mim (que sou iniciante em pap) é muito difícil fazer um pap com tantos detalhes.RsrsrsAh lembrando que não coloquei o gráfico porque não usei o gráfico dos tênis anteriores fiz algumas modificações.Ps.:Se mesmo com o pap você não conseguir fazer pode me mandar um email ou comentar aqui no blog mesmo com sua dúvida que tentarei ajudar.Não fique com receio.E ai me dê as opiniões de vocês sobre o pap.Por hoje é só!BeijosJosi Clique na imagem para ampliar e salvar a imagem no seu pc Material: 3rd photo:

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Made by Me. Shared with you.: Reversible Magnetic Wipe-Clean Toddler Bib with Pattern I mentioned recently that my sister has been visiting. It has been so nice to have her around, and to have someone to craft with. My sister is expecting her third child and decided that it was time to make some new baby bibs. She still doesn't know the gender of the little babe so we wanted to make sure that we chose some gender neutral fabric. I headed down to my mom's house where my sister was staying and we did some fabric shopping. The town is quite small and there isn't a huge selection of fabric to choose from, but we did manage to find this adorable Riley Blake fabric that we both liked and would feel comfortable putting on a boy or girl. We each made two bibs, the first we both put biased tape around to finish the edges, but with the second I chose to pink the edges of our fabric and then trim to vinyl just outside the pinked edges after sewn (don't pink the vinyl or you will end up with a very uncomfortable bib).

How To’s Day: Endearing Elephants by Sweetbriar Sisters for Camelot Fabrics | Camelot Fabrics. Freshly Made Hi everyone! Happy Tuesday! We hope everyone is having a terrific day so far. Onto this week’s How To’s Day. Today we wanted to debut our Endearing Elephants Tutorial by Sweetbriar Sisters. We have seen “fancy” toy animals in many retail stores, and they are very exquisite, but they can also be very costly. Want to create your own Endearing Elephants mother/baby duo? Endearing Elephants Tutorial Sweetbriar Sisters for Camelot Fabrics Notes: 1. Cutting: 1. 3. Assembly: 1. 4. 5. 6. 7. We really hope you have enjoyed this week’s How To’s Day. Happy Sewing!

the 15 Minute Diaper Clutch Today I have a super simple sewing project - the 15 minute diaper clutch. I'm not super fast with sewing, but this baby takes almost no time at all. It's also a pretty easy project - even if you're a beginner. While I'm calling it a diaper clutch, it could easily be used as a regular clutch as well. I knew I wanted this case to be fairly large. It needs to fit my wipes and I like it hold 3 larger sized diapers as well. I used my wipes case to gauge the size a bit. I used a DVD to help me round the corners at the top. The first thing you'll sew is your bias tape across the bottom, as I'm holding it. This time I used a zigzag stitch in a contrasting color for fun. After sewing the edge, you can fold the clutch to your desired size, pin the sides, and then sew the bias tape around the rest of the clutch (except not across the bottom). I usually add velcro later because I like to see how the flap will meet up once I've stuff the clutch with what it'll actually hold. Now wasn't that easy?

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