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Crochet Creatures - Crochet Turtle Patterns from WomansDay.com

Crochet Creatures - Crochet Turtle Patterns from WomansDay.com

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Ruffle-Bottomed Baby Girl Soakers 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?

Lacy Crocheted Earrings Author Gene in SoCal Introduction Liven up an old pair of hoops with this simple pattern. With a small amount of #10 crochet thread and a #7 crochet hook, and in a few minutes, you'll have a new look. Materials List #7 steel crochet hook small amount of #10 cotton crochet thread pair of hoop earrings Finished Size Completed size depends on hoops used and number of rounds completed. Gauge Gauge is not important with this pattern. The Pattern Rnd 1: Make a loop around the hoop and sc around to cover the hoop. Rnd 2:. Rnd 3: Turn, sk first st, * sc in next st, sk 1 st, repeat from * around. Rnd 4: Turn, sk first st, * sl st in next st, sk next st, repeat around. At this point, you can fasten off and sew in the loose end, or add another round.

patterns Can you believe how close we are to Xmas? Starting today & through Xmas (Dec 24): ♥ get any pattern from the shop (including specials), and get another one of the same or lesser value for free :) *Don't buy the free one, just let me know your choice in the Message to Seller at checkout* No parece mentira lo cerquita que estamos de Navidad? ♥ compra cualquier patron de la tienda (incluidos los specials), y elegi otro de igual o menor valor gratis :) *No compres el segundo, decime cual queres en el "Message to Seller" @ checkout*Happy Holidays! Felices Fiestas! To crochet Mr. & Mrs. Worsted weight yarn in skin color, red, white, green, blue and yellow 6 mm plastic eyes with safety backings Size F/5 crochet hook Fiberfill or stuffing of your choice Red embroidery yarn & embroidery needle When I made them Mr. LEGS & ARMS Make 2 of each! White roundie thing on top: Guess what color yarn! MRS. CHRISTMAS TREE Using green:

Crochet Alphabet Hey y'all! I can only make up to 10 pages on here, unless Blogger decides to be nice and change that rule. So, too bad for you and your scroll buttons, the entire alphabet will be contained in this one massive page. How 'bout that? Apologies ahead of time, I'm not too good at making patterns, and these are somewhat complicated in parts. Supplies :: yarn and hook. Conversion :: Wikipedia informs me, US chain stitch (ch) = UK chain stitchUS single crochet (sc) = UK double crochetUS half double crochet (hdc) = UK half trebleUS double crochet (dc) = UK treble Pattern for Capital A :: start with slip knot 1. ch 5, sc into 2nd ch from hook, sc across (you'll have four sc stitches), ch1, turn 2. 1 sc in each of next 2 stitches, ch 1, turn REPEAT 2. 3. 2 sc in next st, 1 sc in next, ch 1, turn (you'll have three sc stitches) 4. skipping first st, sc in last 2 stitches, ch 1, turn (you'll have two sc stitches again) REPEAT 2 four times REPEAT 3 AND 4 once REPEAT 2 five times, finish off. 5. 9. 1.

Crochet Scarecrow Finger Puppet 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"). As used in this Agreement, "we" or "Prime Publishing" means Prime Publishing, LLC. and "you" means the individual or entity submitting materials to Prime Publishing. Any individual or entity that wants to use the Service must accept the terms of this Agreement without change. 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? What shouldn't I share?

You Can Crochet With Sheets I don't know about you, but this is my perfect vision of summer! Well of course I'd like to be sitting next to a beautiful lake with an iced coffee, but for now I'm quite happy sitting next to our largish wading pool with a gorgeous mountain view beyond. You see, when you need to watch your kids in the pool, there's nothing better than a little (or a lot in my case) crocheting! In fact I'm probably the only mother begging her kids to get into the pool, so that I can have an excuse to relax with my current favorite craft! If you're wondering what ever happened to the crocheting with t-shirt yarn, well suffice it to say I ran out of yarn, and my little rug turned out to be so lopsided that I had to tear about 1/3 of it out. Not to worry, you'll see the results sometime. Now before you start dreaming of crocheted rugs everywhere, I should tell you that you'll need quite a few sheets! You'll Need: How To: Remove all elastic from fitted sheets and cut corner seem so you'll have a flat piece.

amigurumi I made this little guy as a belated birthday gift for a friend, and I thought I should post the pattern! It's a great beginning amigurumi pattern because if it comes out a little wonky it's fine, because it's a mushroom, and they're all a little wonky in real life, right? I think it would be super cute with white pins in the top too so it can me useful. I was also playing with the idea of doing a "How I Make Amigurumi" photo or video tutorial using this pattern, might be fun... Mini Mushroom Amigurumi Pattern This pattern is worked in a continuous spiral, so be sure when you need to skip stitches for decreasing that you skip the very last stitch, which will simultaneously put down the first stitch of the next round, so you'll get the correct number of stitches. Size US G7 (4.5mm) Hook, smaller is fine. Peaches & Creme or Sugar & Creme 100% cotton worsted weight yarn in cream and 191 Peppermint Small amount of batting 5 glass pebbles or rocks Start with Peppermint colored yarn.

soft sculptures A few weeks ago I scoured my local thrift shop for frames to use in free form crochet projects. I hit the jackpot and found quite a few that were half off (you can see a photo here)! For the last two weeks I've been working on painting, crocheting, and gluing, turning each piece into a soft sculpture to hang on the wall! I love the turquoise piece with scalloped edges... it's my favorite so far! Each of these pieces (as well as any new ones) are listed in my shop, I've been getting great feedback on the soft sculptures I've sold so far : ) Make This - Eyelet Knit Bow - Luxe DIY - How Did You Make This? Now that it’s sweater weather (where I’m at, anyway) it’s time to break out the knitting needles. This project has a few things going for it: - it’s quick (I made this in an evening, but I could have made a few) - it’s a great way to test out a dye color - it would be a good way to get started on lace knitting - once attached to a pin back, hair clip or headband it’s a pretty fall accessory Materials/Equipment: - white crochet thread in size 10 (or the color of your choice) - size 4 US / size 3.5mm knitting needles - blunt needle for working with hand knits - 2 yards of 1/8 inch ribbon (optional – I included a picture of what it looks like without ribbon) - dye (also optional) - fabric glue (if you’re weaving in ribbons) Eyelet Knitting Pattern Cast on 25 stitches. Knit this until you have 8.5 inches. Cast on 7 stitches. Knit until you have 2 inches. This is the point where you should dye it, if you’re of a mind to. Weave ribbon through the eyelet holes. You’re done!

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. 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: Draw the yarn all the way through so there is no slack, but do not pull it overly tight. I hope you find this tutorial useful!

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