Free Crochet Lacy Bolero I wanted to make a bolero for my daughter for the cold mornings we have been having. They are not cold enough for a jersey but a lacy bolero is perfect. She was sleeping when I made it and sadly this turned out an inch to small but that just means I get to design another one and I already have an idea of what I would like to do. Size 1 Front Back Ribbing Materials: DK yarn, I used Acrylic Super Yarn from Spotlight. 5.00 mm and 4 mm crochet hook Tape measure ScissorsYarn needle DC V stitch – dc, ch1, dc in the same space. Pattern: Ch 41, Row 1: dc in 4th ch from the hook, *ch 1, skip next 3 ch’s, v stitch in next ch* across. Row 2: Ch 1, turn. Row 3: Ch 3, turn. Row 4 – 25: alternate rows 2-3. Now to work ribbing: Change to a 4 mm hook Working along the long length Row 1: Ch 1, dc evenly across. (32 dc) Row 2: Ch 2, turn. Row 3: Ch 2, turn. Row 4: Ch 1, (counts as first sc) *fpsc into next stitch, sc in next stitch* repeat across. With right side facing, and completed ribbing on bottom.
No-Seam Crochet Shrug Pattern | Bianchi's Barn This is a free pattern for a beautiful, comfy shrug that is relatively easy to make and has no seams! I used Lion Brand Homespun Yarn in Windsor, a great color choice for spring- reminds of the beach side! But of course can be worked up in the many other colors Homespun Yarn has to offer for any time of year. I love making and wearing shrugs, but a lot of patterns I find for them require making the pieces separately and then sewing them together. I made this shrug on commission a couple of months ago before I started blogging, so I don’t have step-by-step pics for this particular shrug. This pattern is roughly a size large, but it’s not form-fitting so it should work well for anyone in the M-XL range. If you decide to try it out and have problems working it up, just leave a comment and I will be more than happy to guide you! Yarn: 4 Skeins Lion Brand Homespun (185 yd/169 m per skein) in Windsor Supplies: Crochet Hook size Q / 15.75mm Marker Yarn Needle Scissors Large Button (optional)
Cuddly Cat Crochet Scoodie Several things came together to make the Cuddly Cat Crochet Scoodie with Pockets – a reader request, my kids’ love of animals, and the inevitable need for new winter hats! Out of all these came this fun hat/hood-scarf-pockets cat lover’s combo! Of course, it doesn’t have to be a cat – change the ear style and it can be any animal at all – the colors had me thinking both wolf and Totoro! Add this pattern to your Ravelry Queue US – K, 6.5 mm hookUS – H, 5.0 mm hookMain Color: 630 – 945 yds worsted weight yarn (held doubled), OR half that quantity super bulky weight yarn (Caron Simply Soft in Grey Heather shown)Contrast Color: 30 yds worsted weight yarn (Bernat Cottontots in White shown)Stitch markers or scraps of yarnGauge: 10 dc x 6 rows = 4 inchesSizes: The scarf is custom sized for the recipient, made to their arm span or height (plus a couple inches if it’s for a child, so they can grow). (Arm span in inches/4) x 10 = # of FDC If # of FDC = an even number, +1 Row 1 (RS): Ch 9.
Talking Crochet ...Cut-Away-Cardi Cut-Away Cardi Design by Lisa Gonzalez Finished SizeInstructions given fit 28-30-inch bust (X-small); changes for 32-34-inch bust (small), 36-38-inch bust (medium), 40-42-inch bust (large), 44-46-inch bust (X-large) and 48-50-inch bust (2X-large) are in [ ]. Finished Garment MeasurementsBust: 27-29 inches (X-small) [30-32 inches (small), 34-36 inches (medium), 38-40 inches (large), 42-44 inches (X-large), 46-48-inches (2X-large)] Materials Classic Elite Premiere light (light worsted) weight yarn (13/4 oz/108 yds/50g per hank): 8 [8, 9, 10, 10, 12] hanks #5291 robin's eggSize G/6/4mm crochet hook or size needed to obtain gaugeYarn needle12 x 15mm decorative shank button Gauge[Sc, ch 5] 4 times = 4 inches; 9 rows = 4 inches Pattern NotesWeave in loose ends as work progresses. Special StitchNet Stitch (net st): Ch 5, [sc in next ch-5 sp, sk next sc, ch 5] across, ending with sc in turning ch, turn. Cardigan For Size X-Large OnlyRows 59 & 60: Rep row 7. For Size 2X-Large OnlyRows 59-62: Rep row 7.
DROPS circle jacket crochet with 2 strands Alpaca. Sizes S-XL DROPS ALPACA UNI COLOUR (50g) DROPS Alpaca Party! / 25% OFF! 4.85 USD 3.65 USD DROPS ALPACA MIX (50g) DROPS Alpaca Party! / 25% OFF! DROPS ALPACA UNI COLOUR (50g) 4.80 CAD DROPS ALPACA MIX (50g) 4.80 CAD Lots of new lessons and videos online! Have you seen all the new updates to the Tips & Help section? See more here And make sure to bookmark it! NOTE: This pattern is written in American English. Crochet the jacket according to the explanations for the circle. Crochet gauge: 3 rows in the circle using hook size 6 mm [J/10] and 2 strands Alpaca should measure 6.5 cm [2 5/8”]. Crochet info: Substitute the first tr each round with 4 ch. Measurement tip: Because of the weight of the yarn, all measurements should be made whilst the garment is hanging, otherwise the sleeves will be too long when wearing the jacket CIRCLE Ch 4 with 2 strands Alpaca and make a ring with a sl st in the first ch. 1st round: Crochet 8 sc around the ring 2nd round: Read crochet info! Diagram
Hello Kitty Granny Square Scarf Crochet Pattern (Note: I haven’t finished putting in some of the links I mention but know that some of you want this in time to make Christmas gifts) This is a free pattern for a scarf made up of rectangles joined together and surrounded by a picot-edged border, a fun accessory for anyone who loves Hello Kitty. Each rectangle features either a cute kitty face or a traditional granny square (modified slightly to make it oblong). It is very long. I have already been informed of some errors (wrong stitch total, missing stitches, etc) and have fixed those. Also, I did not think of this idea/design/motif myself; rather, I saw it as a pattern on Ravelry (which in turn was an adaptation, I believe, from a pattern in a Japanese crochet book), then I also found other versions online. OK, then. 5.00mm/US H(8) crochet hook 6.00mm/US J(10) crochet hook Yarn needle Optional but highly recommended: Stitch markers (Alice at futuregirl.com has a tutorial on how to make stitch markers out of paper clips. Notes:
Work With Me! undefined HomeInstructions for a basic water bottle cover or pouchGetting Started: Basic instructions for beginning crochetMittens!Crocheted and Spranged Shawls for sale! Seraphina’s Shawl UPDATE: September 28, 2004 I just started a crafting blog. And for those who've pointed it out, I've FINALLY fixed row 8, and yes, it should have been a starting V-stitch! I'll try to keep up with the blog better than I do the webpage... who knows? ANyhow, enjoy, and holler at me if you need me! **************************** updated 2/12/04 I have been getting a lot of questions lately about selling these particular shawls. However, I would like to put out a gentle reminder that making this shawl is a good portion of my livelihood. The pattern below is for personal or not-for-profit use only, unless you have permission from me. Bottom line, you may, with permission, sell these shawls at your local craft fair, boutique, store, custom order, etc. Doni
Winter Sunrise Scarf The Winter Sunrise Scarf proves I can’t get enough of this cluster stitch pattern! The Autumn Sunset Infinity Scarf featured this basic motif in a long repeating loop worked in the round, but I wanted to play with it in a more classic scarf. Classic, but not boring! This scarf is light, beautiful, and the perfect accessory for a chilly day. The finished crochet scarf pattern as written is about 6 inches wide and about 6 feet long, but as it’s a scarf, gauge isn’t terribly important – just work the pattern with the hook and yarn that give you the result you like. To make it with just one skein of yarn, stop the first half when you’re not quite halfway through the skein, then make the second half, leaving enough to work the sc edging. UPDATED 11/11/12 – Now there’s a chart – it’s the international language of crochet! Winter Sunrise Scarf Add this pattern to your Ravelry Queue Special Stitches: Click here for a Video Tutorial! First end: Row 1: Ch 20, turn. Row 2: Ch 2, dc 3 in the 1st st.
Artfully Simple Infinity Scarf The Artfully Simple Infinity Scarf pattern is super easy, hides a multitude of sins, and comes with just one rule: no stress allowed! This finished scarf is between 50 and 60 inches long, and twists and turns on itself naturally – perfect for wearing doubled as a cowl, as well as long, tied, anything you can come up with! The little button tie embellishment is a separate optional piece, and instructions for that are included as well! The Artfully Simple Infinity Scarf is a great one skein project that really shows off interesting and luxurious yarns. Disclaimer: This post includes affiliate links. Artfully Simple Infinity Scarf Add this pattern to your Ravelry Queue US – K, 6.5mm hookUS – I, 5.5mm hook (optional, for making tie on button only)280 yds worsted weight yarn (Red Heart Boutique Unforgettable in Tidal shown)Optional: Button (1 1/4″ or 32mm button shown)NOTE: This pattern is worked in a spiral, so there is no join at the end of the rounds. Now for the actual Instructions:
Deep-V Flourish Sweater Jacket Crochet Pattern from Caron Yarn This intermediate crochet pattern creates a sweater jacket with ruffles all around the hems. This crochet sweater jacket is lovely in a bright yarn color of sage. MATERIALS: Small (Medium, Large) Yarn: Caron International's Simply Soft (100% acrylic; 6 oz/170 g. 315 yds/288 m skein): #9705 Sage, 4 (4, 5) skeins Hooks: One crochet hook size US I-9 (5.5 mm), or size to obtain gauge, One crochet hook size US H-8 (5 mm) for buttons only Split ring markers or scraps of contrasting yarn for markers 2 plastic bone rings, 7/8” diam, for buttons Blunt yarn needle FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Bust 36 (40, 44)” Length 24 (25, 26)” Sleeve Length 17” GAUGE In V-st pat, using US size H-9 (5.5 mm) hook, 4 V-st and 6 rows V-st= 4”/10cm. ABBREVIATIONSBase ch/sc: Start with a slip knot, ch 2, insert hook in 2nd ch from hook, draw up a lp, YO and draw through one lp (the "chain"), YO and draw through 2 lps (the "sc"). V st: (dc, ch 2, dc) in same st or sp V in V: V in ch-2 sp of next V Ruffle Trim Turn.
Virkad döskallesjal. Med mönster // Crochet skull shawl. With pattern. Har ni någon gång googlat på ordet döskallesjal? Det har jag. Många gånger. Även googlat på engelska. Men aldrig hittat en döskallesjal som jag tyckt var snygg. Och när det är så...ja, då får man tydligen ta saken i egna händer och hitta på en egen variant. Jag har använt mig av 4 nystan Tilda-bomullsgarn och virknål nr 3,5. I min döskallesjal används fastmaskor, smygmaskor, stolpar och trippelstolar. Pattern is now also in English. I didn´t find any skull shawls that I liked on google, so I created my own shawl by combining bits from this shawl pattern and this skull pattern. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5. 6. 7. 8. Och nu är det dags för själva döskalleögon-delen. Gör ytterligare 14 lm och slut till en ring med en smygmaska i samma maska som du slöt den förra ringen. Virka nu 18 fm runt varje ring. Now hold the eyes together with the shawl. De 5 rosamarkerade maskorna( två bilder upp) ska du inte virka alls i. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. (16. 9 lm 6 lm 4 fm 6 lm 6 lm 6 fm 6 lm 6 lm 8 fm 6 lm 9 lm