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Free Crochet Slippers Pattern (With Flip Flop Soles!)

Free Crochet Slippers Pattern (With Flip Flop Soles!)
Cotton yarn and a rubber sole make this free crochet slippers with flip flop soles pattern perfect for wearing around the house (or even outside!) View the entire free pattern and video tutorial below or purchase the printable, ad-free pdf with hole poking guide for $2.50 here. UPDATE: This pattern has been super popular since I published the original version last May. Many of you have requested a video tutorial for these crochet slippers with flip flop soles, so today I’m really happy to have a totally revised and updated version of the pattern that includes a step-by-step video tutorial. In this version, I’ve updated the toe top section of the pattern, re-written some details for clarity AND added a printable ruler to the ad-free PDF of the pattern to guide your hole poking. (If you just want the original crochet slippers with flip flop soles pattern though, don’t fret, you can still find it for free here!) More Make & Do Crew Tutorials Error loading player: No playable sources found

DIY Crochet Broomstick Lace Pattern This crochet technique of broomstick lace stitch is good for bracelet, or hairband, or belt, scarves, hats etc, add some fancies to make it brilliant with your style. It’s a basic crochet pattern, and you can grab any flat or tube household stuff to make it, it’s really great idea to use Popsicle stick to crochet in the summer, having fun there. Materials: YarnCrochet hooksPopsicle sticks You may also like this tutorial with same style done with crochet hooks: Tutorial – Stylish crochet bracelet Green Granny Ripple Afghan There are currently no images from other crafters. close Terms & Conditions You must enter into this Agreement if you want to submit digital images or other content to Prime Publishing through Sharing Customer Images (the "Service"). 1) Eligibility. 2) Definitions. 3) License Grant for Materials. 4) Removal of Materials. 5) License for Name, Trademarks and Likenesses. 6) Specifications and Guidelines. 7) Representations, Warranties and Indemnities. 8) Restrictions. 9) No Obligation. 10) Changes to Agreement. 11) Prime Publishing Intellectual Property. 12) Communications. 13) Waiver. 14) Disclaimer. 15) Miscellaneous. Sharing Your Own Images Who can share images? You! What should I share? Please share images that will help other visitors. Do include captions for your images. What shouldn't I share? Behave as if you were a guest at a friend's dinner party: please treat the Prime Publishing community with respect. The same guidelines apply to your captions and notes. Where will my image appear?

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How to Make a Crocheted Peacock Feather Blanket - DIY Craft Projects As I started learning to crochet, I struggled to understand the given instructions even with the aid of pictures and diagrams. It was difficult to grasp how to seamlessly get from one diagram to the next. So, I decided that it would be useful to find crocheting video tutorials on YouTube. It serves to bridge the gap so that faster progress can be made through the crocheting process. Once the initial steps are accomplished, it is the perfect time for a more elaborate project to follow the initial ones that I started with. It was during that time when I found the insightful video below for crocheting a peacock motif. I was happy to know that the video was incredibly easy to follow, even for someone still learning. I have found a wider array of free patterns as well as paid patterns: Ravelry (Free)Craftsy – 5$Ravelry – 5$ You can also find written instructions on peacock motif pattern here.

How to crochet the mini flower stitch (written pattern and instructions) The mini flower stitch creates a beautiful chain of flowers, each one with a beaded centre, which would make a stunning trim for a special dress, a pretty bracelet or choker, or could be used for curtain tie-backs or as an edging for pillows. Although not a complicated stitch, the mini flower does require some patience to thread the beads and you will have to ensure that your crochet hook is thin enough to go through the hole in the centre of each bead in order to secure it into position. Watch the mini-flower stitch video tutorial: MaterialsFor the mini flower stitch, you will require a lace or super-fine weight crochet yarn. Abbreviations* repeat from here as requiredch chainch sp chain spacerep repeatsl st slip stitchst(s) stitch(es) Written instructionsRow 1: ch 2, remove hook and put bead onto it, pull loop through bead.

Stitch Overview | Renate Kirkpatrick's Freeform Crochet~Knit~Fibre Designs Chain UK: chain (ch) ~ US: chain (ch) ~ French: maille enl´air (ml) ~ Spanish: cadeneta (cad) ~ German: Luftmasche (Lftn) ~ Italian: punto catenella most crochet work begins with a foundation chain, make a slip knot on hook, you will have one loop on hook (do not count this loop as a chain), * YO & draw through this loop (you have made one chain), repeat from * for number of chains required Slip stitch UK: slip stitch (sl st, ss) ~ US: slip stitch (sl st) ~ French: maille coulee ~ Spanish: punto enano (pe) ~ German: Kettmasche ~ Italian: maglia bassissima Slip stitch is the shortest crochet stitch used for joining, shaping & taking yarn to another part of motif or work (button hole for example) double crochet UK: double crochet (dc)~ US: single crochet (sc) ~ French: maille serrée ~ Spanish: punto bajo (pb) ~ German: Feste Masche (fM) ~ Italian: maglia bassa (m. bassa) treble half treble double treble treble Cluster Treble Cluster: treble Popcorn Popcorn: Puff stitch Puff Stitch: Front Post treble

You've been doing it all wrong. Here's the right way to crochet Granny squares Traditional crochet blankets often feature a pattern called the Granny Square, which dates back to the 1800s. Women used to crochet these squares and save scraps of material and sew them into the patterns. When they had enough squares, they'd sew them into a blanket. Part 1: The right way to make a granny square Captions Settings Dialog Beginning of dialog window. advertisement Part 2: How to stitch several granny squares together What you can do with granny squares The multi-colored yarn used in today's pattern is reminiscent of the times when they used whatever scraps of fabric they had left from other projects. This charming pattern is an easy way to create a beautiful blanket. Like the pattern above? There are several different styles of the Granny Square. Because projects with this type of pattern are fairly simple in design, you can add touches of personality by choosing different color patterns and adding a fun border after the squares are all sewn together.

crochet wild daisy granny square, crochet daisy granny square This crochet daisy flower is another version of the daisy applique pattern I made. Wild daisy is rather small and humble but I know many love it. The 3D crochet wild daisy granny square pattern is crocheted continually from the flower to square bed. Click here to <3 this pattern on Ravelry Materials: ( I used ) 5mm crochet hook Worsted weight yarn: yellow, white, green and light green Scissors Yarn needle Abbreviations Note: I used chainless starting dc/tr for every first dc of each round instead of ch3/ ch4. This pattern can be made with any hook size, choose a yarn type that matches your hook. Flower: Picture No.1,2,3 Start with yellow yarn to make flower’s pistil part. Square bed: Picture No. 4,5,6,7,8,9 R1: Now work into back – loop stitches behind the flower. That’s it! Happy crocheting xD Written pattern and photos copyright Maz Kwok 2013.

Charlotte's Dream Pattern Heehee. Some projects make me feel like a child again (or, in this case, like a character in a Brontë novel)! I cannot tell you how excited Jenny and I are about bringing you this pattern. Charlotte’s Dream has been just that: A dream! This blanket was made by my dear friend Jenny and consists of 12 Charlotte squares in 12 different colours. It is bordered with a simple popcorn edge. Jenny and I have spent many happy hours choosing colours, chatting about a name, and oohing and aahing over the individual squares. The Charlotte Square was specifically designed for 67 Blankets for Mandela Day. Charlotte’s Dream Pattern © Dedri Uys and Jenny Lowman 2016. Materials * The square was originally designed using the colour references Colour A, Colour B, and Colour C. Yarn packs for this project are available from Wool Warehouse (offers international shipping and includes printed version of the pattern). Abbreviations US Terminology {US/UK Conversion HERE} Punctuation Parentheses () indicate repeats.

Dream Puffs Blanket - Free #Crochet Pattern on Moogly When I started designing the Dream Puffs Blanket, I thought it would be a baby blanket – but this stitch is so darn squishy I decided it’s for everybody! So here is the Dream Puffs Blanket free crochet pattern in 5 sizes – you’re going to love cuddling up in this one! Disclaimer: This post includes affiliate links; yarn provided by Lion Brand. The Dream Puffs Blanket uses this fantastic v-stitch puff stitch combo move that makes for an easy pattern to memorize that creates tons of texture, loft, and warmth. The lovely color changes are created by using two colorways of Lion Brand Scarfie – a self-striping yarn worked in stripes! Add this pattern to your Ravelry Queue and Favorites US – K, 6.5mm hook – Furls Crochet 1000 – 9000 yds Lion Brand Scarfie (Bulky/yarn symbol ”5″/12 ply; 312 yds/285 m; 150 g/5.29 oz) Color A: Cream/Silver Color B: Mint/Silver Gauge: 8 rows = 4″/10 cm 5 reps (5 puffs) = 5.5″/14 cm Stitch multiple: mult of 4, +2 Sizes and Yardage: Special Stitches