tapis This Crochet rugs are made by Olga at olinohobby.com All you need is yarn, old T-shirts & crochet hook. Now the images will guide you trough the process. And that is it simple but really nice! Thank you Olga for this tutorial! Source The Party Artisan Subscribe 30 November 2013 I have created a set of really cute and magical miniature items for Christmas!! They are perfect to use with the Elf on the Shelf or as just a fun Christmas activity with the kids! There are three books in this little collection: An Elf Recipe book which includes 6 yummy christmas recipes, A colouring book with 12 images to colour, and an amusing little joke book with 12 pages of jokes! As well as the books there is an elf letter and envelope which comes in two sizes.
Eliina Shawl pattern by Lankakomero Eliina Shawl is worked from neck down and is cast off by crocheting. This pattern has both charted and written instructions, so you can choose which to follow. Needle size and yarn weight are just suggestions and gauge isn’t critical on this shawl. Note that bigger needle size increases the yardage and bigger needle size and/or thicker yarn means a bigger shawl and vice versa.
Pointe de Col Parfaite "Secret" in this case meaning that after all these years I am finally sharing one of the ways I achieve "As close to perfect as possible" Collar Points on the shirts that I design and sew for my clients. (Extreme close-up of a Collar point) This amazingly simple Collar Point technique is used by many Custom Shirtmakers all over the world.
Le monde de Sucrette's blog My creative space for today is square number11 from my Granny MONSTER: For more creative spaces, click here. and you can add your own creative space every Thursday :) (Thank you Kootoyoo!) Have a beautiful day! Crochet School Sorry I've taken so long to post this very last post of the crochet school series. Would you believe me if I said I don't want it to end? haha That's not the real reason, although it is a little weird to be writing the last crochet school post (for now). Yarn along and free knitting patterns for hearts « Twyste Here we are again, the weekly yarn along with Small Things. I’ve finally gotten finished with my Honey cowl (pattern available here). I’ve been knitting like a crazy lady, determined that I would not have yet another week devoid of a finished project to show on the yarn along. Actually, as of this writing, I haven’t finished it yet, but I’m so close that I know I will. Then I’ll add the pictures so everyone who knows me can ooh and ahh that I’ve actually finished a project without starting a new one in the process.
how to crochet a daisy chain necklace My mum described this thing she had seen on someone else, part necklace, part scarf, like a bunch of flowers for your neck and I was really taken with this idea of floral jewels. So after a bit of experimentation I came up with this design. It is simple to make with basic crochet stitches, and could have endless variations both in terms of the yarns and flower styles used to make it but also in the way it is worn. Materials
craft blog This is the photo tutorial for making a zippered lining for the Lucky Wristlet. The tutorial shows, step-by-step how to make a zippered lining for the Lucky Wristlet. Let me know if something isn't clear. I will be happy to help you! Knitting Crochet Sewing Crafts Patterns and Ideas! This Garter Ear Flap Hat was an engineering feat to get me back on my feet. You see, I didn’t exactly have that quintessential fresh-start feeling that so often comes with the New Year. Instead, I spent January 1st in bed with the flu and its attendant fever, aches, chills, and delirium.
Magic Spike Mandala Square - 12" Afghan Block A mandala… square? Yes! I recently had a request come in asking me to turn the Magic Spike Mandala into an afghan square. Free Crochet Patterns, Crochet Cowl Patterns, and Free Knit Patterns Last weekend (March 14 – 16th), I attended the 10th annual Pittsburgh Knit & Crochet Festival in Cranberry, PA. I’d heard of the festival before, but was never in town to attend. The festival attracted over 70 different booths and some big name teachers. I talked to the coordinator, Barb, and she said there were well over 3,000 attendees. Not too shabby for a knitting festival! From my perspective, the festival was largely geared towards knitters, but I didn’t mind – it seems to be the preferred craft among fiber artists (don’t worry, crochet, you’ll always be my first love).