Fierce Little Dragon Pattern By Lucy Ravenscar This pattern is an update of my ‘fierce but friendly really’ dragon pattern. I’ve made a few minor changes, in particular the wings are stiffer now, and I’ve written it out in a longer form that should be easier to follow. If you still want to use the old version of the pattern you can find it here: Materials: Approx 35g double knitting weight yarn, of whichever colour or colours you wish to use for your dragon. Small amount of cream/beige yarn to sew claws. Stuffing. 1 pair 7.5 mm safety eyes or beads of a similar size for eyes (or you can embroider the eyes, so a small amount of yarn to do that). Rosie's Cozies is Ready for Action! Alrighty, I was a busy bee today running around town and making phone calls! I wanted to make sure that before we started this project that I had all of my bases covered! First, I got myself a P.O. Box.
Baby Monsters - Amigurumi Patterns.net * UPDATE to this pattern! See below! * Time for another tutorial! Chubby Panda I decided to type out the pattern for this little panda since I've gotten quite a few requests for it. I'm also still trying very hard to make my pictures look a bit nicer lol ><. One day I will get a really nice light box and have really pretty pictures! Crochet Baby Turban Pattern & Tutorial This quick and easy crocheted hat makes a great handmade baby shower gift. The hardest part might be choosing the color. A faux rib pattern gives the little turban added interest. Have fun! I dare you to make just one. Crochet Baby Turban Pattern – size 0-3 months Closet Sewing Space A couple of organization tools really helped me with this space. A small desk The peg board !! (big time) Plastic see through bins Door hanging basket system. Small Desk I lucked out, saw the desk first and it fit (we'll call it a good eye, and not mention the luck to my husband).... I would recommend measuring your closet, and checking out a goodwill, or your kiddo's room. Peg board I had never put up any peg board before, so that was an adventure, but it wasn't so hard.
Amigurumi Pattern - Baby Chick Amigurumi Remember Jenny And Teddy Etsy shop that I mentioned in my How-To Amigurumi tutorial? Jane, the girl behind the shop who sells amigurumi patterns and the finished dolls is here to teach us how to amigurumi a little cutie baby chicky. I heart it when Jane showed me the photo and can’t wait to share this easy pattern that she specially designed for Craft Passion with you. She used light weight acrylic yarn with a matching 1.25mm hook size to make this 3- 3 1/2″ little baby chick. You can always substitute with other yarn and a matching hook size (read here on how to choose a correct hook size for amigurumi).
Brown Slippers « Crochet (Update: To see more of my patterns, please visit my ONLINE SHOP!) I’ve just finished making these slippers. Making crocheted slippers is my addiction. Huge addiction. No-Sew Book Cover for your eReader or Tablet This is the most important and time consuming part of the project. Seriously. I spent 15 minutes making the cover, and two days picking out the book. Here are things to look for. 1. Chenille Stuffed Easter Bunny Size Approximately 10.75", seated Materials 3 Balls - Honeysuckle Yarns Rayon Chenille (88-yd balls) - Lilac Ice (or color of your choice)Crochet Hook Size: FYarn NeedleSewing Needle with Matching Thread2 round coordinating Size ½" Buttons and 1 heart-shaped white Size 9/16" ButtonPolyester FillingPlastic Stitch Markers (optional) (A small piece of contrasting color yarn can also be used.) Special Stitches
Petals to Picots: Little Pumpkin Crochet Pattern I love autumn! I love pumpkins and gourds and colorful leaves and mums … I love all those burnt colors of reds and golds and browns … and I love crocheting little autumn lovelies to decorate my home. And, of course, I love being able to share my patterns with you. I hope you enjoy this sweet little pumpkin pattern! Here’s what you need: Orange and brown worsted weight cotton yarnG hook / 4 mmtapestry needlefiberfill stuffing or yarn scraps sewing 101: fabric boxes It seems no matter what I do, I can never get a handle on all the tiny odds and ends that accumulate around my house. From craft materials to hair ties, the bits and bobs are constantly trying to take over, so in the never-ending quest to corral them, these little fabric bins were born. You can make one of these soft boxes in almost no time, and in almost any size, so you can customize them to perfectly fit whatever you need to hold. Top each one off with a label holder (also customizable in any shade of the rainbow, thanks to nail polish), and you’ll have a leg up on clutter . . . for a little while, at least. — Brett Bara
Free Crochet: Many Owl Patterns If you are loving these Link Blasts, don’t forget that I’ve started a Pinterest Board to keep track of them HERE. Owl Dish Scrubbie by BreeAnna Owl Mug Wrap by Michele Uta’s Owls by Uta Hooty Owl Coasters by Sally Snoopy Crochet Pattern, Part 1. Ever since I made a crocheted Snoopy doll, many have asked me for the pattern. I have decided to give it away for free. I would like to say that I am a new crocheter and pattern writer, and therefore, the following may contain mistakes.