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Crocheted Puffy Slouchy Hat Pattern

Crocheted Puffy Slouchy Hat Pattern

Christina Lowry Designs: Crochet flower tutorial... Thanks for the lovely comments about the crochet flowers I've been making. Their purpose is a bit of a secret, but I thought I would share the pattern here with you so that you can use them as you wish. Perhaps for pretty hair clips, a flowery garland or stitched to a blanket? Fiona's flowers I'm using bella baby layette bamboo and wool mix, which is an 8ply, and a 3.5mm steel crochet hook. Start by making 4 chain stitches. Chain 3 stitches, which will be counted as 1 double crochet. Slip stitch to join circle of double crochet stitches and bind off. Skipping next stitch, slip stitch into the top of the 2nd double crochet stitch, chain 3, skip next stitch and slip stitch into second stitch, continue until end. (So you are chaining three and anchoring your chains at every second stitch to make the gap that you will be working the petals into.) To make flower petals work into the gap and not the chain stitches. (So 1 single, 3 double, 1 single = one petal. I hope that makes sense!

MioMi Slouch Beret-Free Crochet Pattern « Cobblerscabin's Weblog Extra wide buttoned ribbing. Mittens and Scarf will also be available. Available as a PDF Download: download now Skill Level: Intermediate Supplies: Size F, G, H and J Crochet Hooks, 6.75 ounces Herschners Whisper Soft Yarn (Dk Beige #0025), yarn Needle, 2-1” Buttons. Stitches Used: ch (chain), sl st (slip stitch), sc (single crochet), hdc (half double crochet), dc (double crochet), dec dc (decrease double crochet). Gauge: with J hook, 2 pattern groups = 2″, 4 pattern rows = 3″ Pattern = 2 dc, loosely hdc in skipped dc, skip next dc. Directions: Ribbing Rnd. 1: with F hook, leaving 12″ tail, ch 16, sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across, ch 1, turn. 15 sc Rnd. 2: working in back loops, sc in each sc across, ch 1, turn. 15 sc Rnd. 3-71: repeat rnd. 2. 15 sc Rnd. 72: with G hook, working in front loops, sl st in each sc across, ch 1, turn. 15 sl st Rnd. 73: sl st in each sl st across, ch 1, turn. 15 sl st Rnd. 74: repeat rnd. 73. Hat Rnds. 4-14: repeat rnd. 3. Tie pom-pom to top of hat. Pom-Pom

Crochet Geek - Free Instructions and Patterns Lion Brand Yarn Rag Rug Inspirations, How To’s and Patterns. Well as I’m busy waiting for lots new yarn to arrive I decided to start a new rag rug project that I think is going to be rather large. I’m not sure how long it will take to complete but I am going to work on it for at least 2 hours everyday. In the meantime I thought I would share a few resources with you. For some visual inspiration why not visit flickr? Crochet Rag Rug Group - click here. Rag Rug Group - click here. Crocheting Rag Rugs Group - click here. Handmade Rugs Group - click here. Other good articles include:- Thrifty fun - Crochet Rag Rug Instructions - click here. Love To Know - Crochet Rag Rugs - click here. AboutCom - Oval Rag Rug Instructions. My Circular Rag Rug Instructions can be found here. You can find patterns for heart rag rug, ripple rag rug and granny style rag rug in both my Ravelry pattern store and my Etsy store. I will be posting photographs of my new rag rug in the coming days so that you can see my work in progress.

Creating Crochet Rag Rugs Creating crochet rag rugs with strips of fabric is not a project for someone just learning to crochet. Fabric is much harder to work with than yarn, and it takes practice. Once you've learned to do it, and have the crochet supplies you need, you can create beautiful rag rugs that may become family heirlooms. Prepare Fabric to Crochet a Rag RugThe first step is to purchase and prepare the fabric. Your grandmother may have had to make quilts and rag rugs with what was left from old clothes, but today's crafter wants to buy fabrics that suit her style, home decor and budget. A hand-crocheted rag rug will take 9-10 yards of fabric for a relatively small rug, and 15-20 yards for a larger one. Have the fabric store cut all your fabric choices into one yard lengths. You want the strips to be as long as possible; the ideal is to cut each yard of fabric into one strip. Start the Crocheted Rag Rug The other crochet supply you need is a large crochet hook.

How to Crochet a Rug out of T-Shirts May 31st, 2013 3092Email 471 users recommend It's easy to crochet a rag rug made from strips from old T-shirts. Cal Patch This is all you'll need to make your own upcycled rag rug. Begin cutting at the bottom hem of the shirt. Photo: Cal Patch It gives me a thrill to make something new, that's useful and beautiful, out of something old and unwanted. You will need: T-shirts (anywhere from two on up, depending on size rug desired), the bigger the betterScissorsGiant crochet hook (I used 15 mm) 1. When you reach the armpits, cut right across the seams until you reach the edge of the sleeves and can't cut continuously anymore. 2. Overlap the two ends, lining up the holes, as shown. Now take the long tail of the strip whose end is on top, and pull it through both holes from underneath. Keep pulling until the entire strip has gone through the hole and give a final tug; you should have a join that feels nice and smooth and not like a knot. 3. View 6 member project galleries

Mil y un motivos para recorrer la zona de las lanas | Weblog Mi Espacio | ESPACIO LIVING Cuando Romi Goransky, quien me introdujo en el mundo del Furoshiki, me invitó a recorrer la zona de las lanas, no lo dudé ni un segundo. No tejo ni no tengo intenciones de hacerlo (no por ahora), pero muero por este material y todo lo que puede producir. No quise perderme este paseo, lleno de colores y texturas, y de paso invité a Julieta, una joven emprendedora que está recién dando a conocer a sus tejidos Sospechosos. La zona de las lanas está principalmente enfocada sobre la Av. Nosotras entramos en varios lugares pero me quedé con un favorito, Lanas Naturales, no sólo porque me gustó la variedad y el orden de sus propuestas, sino porque además encontré una idea que puede servirles para replicar en casa. Son bastidores recubiertos en lana y lana enmarcada con un marco antiguo (una buena forma de recordar a la abuela tejedora sin usar una foto). Y como el invierno estaba a flor de piel, aprovechamos para almorzar en Mill, un hermoso restó ubicado en la esquina de Av.

Shell Edging- Free Crochet Pattern Shell Edging has become quite popular and is used for everything from blankets to hats and clothes. This pattern is a great way to start learning how to do this type of edging. Materials: 1 ball of size 30 crochet cotton in the color of your choice and a size 10 steel crochet hook. Abbreviations: ch (chain) dc (double crochet) sk (skip) sl st (slip stitch) sc (single crochet) sp (space) Pattern: Work a row of sc around open end of fabric, sl st in first sc. Row 1: Ch 3, dc in next sc, * ch 11, sk 11 sc, dc in each of next 2 sc, repeat from * across, end with a sl st in top of ch 3. Row 2: Ch 3, dc in next dc, * ch 11, dc in each of. next 2 sc, repeat from * across, sl st in top of ch 3. Row 3: Ch 3, 2 dc in first dc (at base of ch 3), ch 2, 3 dc in same dc, * sk 5 ch sts, (3 dc, ch 2, 3 dc) for a shell in next ch st, shell in next dc, repeat from * across, sl st in top of ch 3.

New Pattern ~ Crochet 3D Flower Purse « Crafts (Update: To see more of my patterns, please visit my ONLINE SHOP!) Here’s the answer to the recent guessing game. The project I was working on turned out to be this Crochet 3D Flower Purse. Some time ago, I have already posted an article about this bag, but it’s just now that I’ve prepared a pattern for those of you who’d like to make it too. You can find the pattern and all the necessary information in my SHOP. Enjoy! And have a wonderful new week! Love, Petra