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Crochet Bag Pattern

Crochet Bag Pattern
Way back in July, you may remember me making this bag. It's my own design, made on a whim and I was/am absurdly proud of it. It has received much admiration when I jaunt about with it on my shoulder, and it has proven to be a very practical bag for stashing yarn in. Very Crochety indeed.I've had countless emails and requests for this pattern, and in truth I have been putting it off a little. Well more than a little, seeing as it is now more than three months down the line. I find writing patterns so daunting, but I will try to do my very best for you, to share this woolly baggy goodness with you all. First some yarn info :: I used Debbie Bliss yarn, called Merino Aran. Now before we begin, can we just clarify the difference between UK and US terms :: this bag is made using a UK treble crochet (tr) stitch, which is equivalent to US double (dc). For the very first round you will work out of the central ring, but for all other rounds, work out of the stitches. And there you have it.

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Pretty Patterned Crocheted Tote + enlarge image Note: To complete the designs on the tote, download the tote charts below. They will be referenced in the following instructions. BASE With MC, ch 2. Rnd 1: Work 7 sc in 2nd ch from hook.Rnd 2: Sc in first sc, work 2 sc in each rem sc -- 6 inc made -- 13 sts.Rnd 3: Inc 13 sts evenly spaced around -- 26 sts. Rnd 4: Work even.Rnds 5-22: Rep last 2 rnds 9 times -- 143 sts. Crochet Daisy Afghan Well folks, HERE IT IS!! It's finally finished! I decided to make this a smaller blanket (mostly because I lost patience after the first 10 squares), measuring about 2ft x 3ft.

Blue Bunny [ Close Privacy Policy ] Privacy Policy / Your California Privacy Rights Revised and posted as of July 25, 2014 Prime Publishing, LLC ("Company," "we" or "us") reserves the right to revise this Privacy Policy at any time simply by posting such revision, so we encourage you to review it periodically. In order to track any changes to this Privacy Policy, we will include a historical reference at the top of this document. Cosy Stripe Blanket I am addicted to making blankets and I think much of the appeal lies in finding a pattern that delivers a huge amount of feel good throughout the making process. The very act of crocheting row upon neat row of glorious colour is so therapeutic and relaxing that I never want it to end. Having said that though, it is pretty fabulous to end up with a beautiful blanket at the end of the journey. This pattern uses just one crochet stitch - Treble Crochet (this is called a Double Crochet in the US).

Crochet Mason Jar Cozy Pattern - Petals to Picots I have the winter blahs already and needed to add some fun and bright colors around me to keep me smiling, so I decided to crochet up some colorful accessories for my desk. And guess what … they did the trick! I just used up some scrap yarn I had lying around and used it to crochet some cozies for the mason jars I use to hold my pens and pencils. I think this can hold me over ’til Spring. And of course, I jotted down the crochet mason jar cozy pattern in case you wanted to make some too … Corner to Corner Diagonal Box Stitch By Erin Burger – 37 Comments Tired of the same back and forth? Creating the Box Stitch diagonally is a really neat way of completing a corner to corner crochet project.

Crochet Backpack Pattern - talvi knits (and spins). Materials Worsted weight cotton yarn: 500g (18 oz) of main color (Lammy Yarns Florida, color #552) and a small amount of contrasting color for edging and cords4mm (US G/6) and 7mm (US K/10½) crochet hooksplastic side release buckle Gauge: 11 sc and 13 rnds = 10 cm / 4 in, yarn held double Used Abbreviations sc = single crochetrnd = roundch = chain stitchst = stitchsl st = slip stitchrep = repeatsk = skipinc = increasedec = decreasetog = togetherhdc = half double crochetdc = double crochet Bottom

Delights-Gems: Daisy Towel Holder Introduction: I had been thinking about crocheting some towel toppers for a long time. I even started one but I wasn’t satisfied and ripped it out. Then I saw some photos of simple towel holders that piqued my interest and I decided to design one that really suited me. So here it is, the Daisy Towel Holder—fun and easy to make. What’s nice about these towel holders is that they are separate from the towels. You slip a towel through the elastic ring to easily remove a towel to wash or switch to a different one.

by Kristi Simpson: *NEW* FREE Crochet Pattern: Gabby Hat Get your hooks ready for a fun and FAST new hat pattern. I love the stitch for the body of the hat...I've included a photo to help you though it if you have any questions--it' is easy--don't worry! Now, you can't pass up a super sweet hat with a shell edge... can you? Materials Needed: Red Heart Super Saver, medium weight #4 H/8-5.0mm or hook to obtain gauge Clip on flower 16 sts x 8 rows in dc= 4" Fitted Slippers Crochet Pattern Fitted Slippers Crochet Pattern I’m always excited when I have another free pattern to offer but I’m really proud of this one… maybe because when I first started making this it was the first time I had ever attempted a slipper or maybe it is because I had so many starts trying to perfect this cre8tion. I believe I have done it… I hope you agree.

My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Standard pony pattern: School-age Pony pattern also available here. *** Translations:Danish by Marianne Dutch by Marinka (via Facebook group) Spanish by Lyanne ***A while back I came across this severely awesome pattern, and wanted to give it a go. The only downside being that it was a double crochet pattern, and personally I don't like double crochet for things that have to hold stuffing.

ALL ABOUT CROCHET: Free Pattern: Flower Party Here is a beautiful flower with 8 petals. How:1. 10 Chain Stitches. Slip stitch into the first chain. 2 Chains. 23 Double crochet. For the last DC slip stitch into the chain stitch Granny's Garret - Symbol Crochet www.grannys-garret.com Symbol Crochet How to follow a diagram top Every stitch has it's own definite symbol. At any point you can compare your own progress with the diagram and see exactly where you are in your pattern. Have a look at a sample diagram to show you just how the system works. Here rounds (or rows) are numbered in red. (fig 1.)

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