Home - Blog-Shop di Maglia e Knit-Cafe : Unfilodi Knit-House Christine's Stay-On Baby Booties pattern by Christine Bourquin From Fuzzy Galore: “This pattern was published in Threads no 22 (April 89) in a letter to the editor from Christine Bourquin. She was at the time 95 and living in Redwood City CA, still knitting, and expressed the desire to have her pattern live on. As Christine would be 108 today, we can only hope that she’s still around, but perhaps she’s not able to see well enough to still make them. …Christine’s legacy is this pattern for booties that stay on because of the clever side ribbing, and as we all know keeping booties on babies is not a straightforward task…” “Christine used Red Heart acrylic baby yarn or a 3-ply Wintuck but recommended trying one of the new Superwash wools as well….the many colorful sock yarns for adult which are usually superwash wool and reinforced with a bit of nylon.”
The best free cultural & educational media on the web - Open Culture Rube « ohmygoodknits! // a knitting & crochet blog By Lisa Gutierrez on 05/24/2013 A crochet pattern for a simple woven stitch wrist-warmer/fingerless mitten. Changing colors every row creates vertical stripes! The pattern only has instructions for one size, so adjustments can be made by changing hook size and/or yarn. Yarn suggestions: Lion Brand ‘Amazing’ or Lion Brand ‘Vanna’s Choice’ Hook: 6.5mm (US K) Click below to download the pattern from Ravelry (free)! [download now]
Skein Lolly's Crafty Crochet: The crocodile stitch & my gorgeous little crocodile stitch booties! Initially it can be difficult to get your head around the crocodile stitch but with the help of a couple of brilliant tutorials (linked to below) you can master it! And once you have you'll find that it's really quite easy and there'll be no stopping you! What is the crocodile crochet stitch? The stitch is formed with a two-row repeat, a row of v stitches, followed by a row of scales. The scales are worked in front of the v sitches with clusters of front post half double crochets (fphdcs) from top to bottom, then from bottom to top. A good video tutorial can be viewed here Cute Little Crocodile Crochet Booties! Rnd 9: Ch2, ch1, hdc in same st, then work six further v stitches into ch 1 spaces on the row below, turn the work (this row and following two form the side and back of bootie).Rnds 10 - 12: Ch2, ch1, hdc in same space, then v st into each of the seven v st ch 1 spaces below* Turn the bootie inside out. Now for the fun bit! Make another!
Letters of Note Bella Dia: Sweet Heart Crochet Pattern A valentine gift for you - a free tutorial for a crocheted heart! This pattern is completely free but if you would like to make a donation to support my work and show your appreciation then I will send you an 11 page PDF version that you can download to print or be able to use when you are not on-line. The PDF version also includes a complete text version of the pattern for a simple black and white printing option (just print the last two pages). Donations can be made through Paypal, and truly, any amount is appreciated, no amount is too small :) As soon as I receive notification of a donation I will email your Sweet Heart Crochet Pattern PDF to you. Your pattern will be mailed to the email connected to Paypal unless otherwise noted in a message to me. Thank you so much for your consideration and I hope you enjoy this free pattern! Sweet Heart Crochet Pattern Pattern: The heart begins from the bottom point. Foundation chain: 3 chains plus 1 turning chain. Row Six: No increases. Your done!
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Original Vintage Posters | International Poster Gallery 1920's Cloche Hat Crochet Pattern If I could go back to anytime in history I’d probably travel to the 1920’s!.. The swing music and catchy Charleston, the unforgettable hats and fashion and Walt Disney’s film debut are just a few of the many reasons I love the roaring twenties! Unfortunately I don’t own a time machine, so I guess I’ll just have to settle with watching Downton Abbey and The Great Gatsby for now. I have to admit though, that while wearing this cloche hat with my pair mary jane heels, I truly felt like a flapper, and it was wonderful! I would highly encourage you to listen to this little collection of some of my favourite swing music while crocheting this cloche hat… Trust me, it will make the experience that much more enjoyable! What You’ll Need Tapestry Needle Finished Size Teen/Adult – Hat Circumference: 21.5″ (55cm) Stitches & Abbreviations – Pattern – (Chains at the start of a rnd count as the first stitch of that rnd) Taking your 6.00mm crochet hook, start of by making a Slip Knot, then crochet 3 chains.
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