Newborn Ballcap Pattern I've made many ballcaps using a light weight baby yarn, however I wanted to use a worsted weight yarn. I adapted the pattern to compensate for the different yarn and wanted to share the end result. I haven't had this pattern tested, hopefully it is clear and error-free. Please contact me if you find any problems with it or have difficulties understanding the directions. Newborn Ballcap Create this adorable ball cap for the littlest player in your life. DESIGNED BYHelen Heaverin SKILL LEVELEasy FINISHED SIZENewborn GAUGE8 dc and 5 rows = 2” MATERIALS· Caron Simply Soft 3 oz. (85 g) skein1 skein Soft Blue (makes approx. 2 caps)· Size F/5/3.75 mm crochet hook or size to obtain gauge· Tapestry needle · Stitch markers SPECIAL STITCHES Front Post Double Crochet (fpdc): YO, insert hook from front to back around post of dc on previous rnd. PATTERN NOTESBeg Ch-3 counts as dc. Starting at the top of cap, Ch 5, sl st to form ring. Rnd 1: Ch 3, 11 dc in ring, join: 12 dc. Rnds 8-11: Rep rnds 6-7 twice.
Free Pattern Squares Printer-friendly version Send by email PDF version More free afghan patterns:Crochet Afghan Patterns, Knit Afghan Patterns, Baby Blanket Patterns, Afghan Patterns Browse through this list of free pattern squares. Crochet Pattern Squares The following 48 pattern squares have been reproduced from the book Crochet Primer, 48 Easy-To-Do Crochet Patterns, Volume 64. Knitting Pattern Squares The following 100 pattern squares have been reproduced from the book Knitting Primer, 100 Easy-to-Knit Stitches, Volume 34. We hope you find this selection of free pattern squares helpful. Patterns © by Bernhard Ulmann, a Plaid Company.
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
Passo -a -passo do Tênis All Star em croche Boa noite ,amigas seguidoras e visitantes. Eu recebo diariamente muitos emails pedindo o gráfico do tênis all star (embora eu sempre coloco o gráfico aqui no meu blog) mesmo assim eu sempre envio para quem me pede.Além disso muitas pessoas me pedem para ensinar a fazer,não que eu não goste de ensinar,mas para eu não ficar perdendo tempo ensinando uma a uma por email resolvi fazer esse pap.Pois é com maior prazer que o fiz!Espero que eu tenha passado o que sei e o que faço com clareza,pois para mim (que sou iniciante em pap) é muito difícil fazer um pap com tantos detalhes.RsrsrsAh lembrando que não coloquei o gráfico porque não usei o gráfico dos tênis anteriores fiz algumas modificações.Ps.:Se mesmo com o pap você não conseguir fazer pode me mandar um email ou comentar aqui no blog mesmo com sua dúvida que tentarei ajudar.Não fique com receio.E ai me dê as opiniões de vocês sobre o pap.Por hoje é só!BeijosJosi Clique na imagem para ampliar e salvar a imagem no seu pc Material: 3rd photo:
how-to: woven circles trivet I found the gold and pink crocheted trivet pictured below at the thrift store this weekend, and it was a total "I can make that" moment. The structure of the circles is made from plastic rings cut from one of those pieces that holds together a six-pack of soda. The hardest part will be in finding plastic rings that are actually circle. The sodas that were in my fridge (a Pepsi product) had "rings" that were more of an oval, almost D-like shape. Luckily I had a rounded version laying around, though I have no idea what kind of soda it came from. I am going to have to go to the 7-Eleven for research. What you need: Worsted weight cotton yarn in colors that you like. Round six-pack rings, trimmed apart into circles. Size H (5.0 mm) crochet hook Begin by attaching your yarn with a slip stitch to a ring. If 45 dc seem to be too many or too few to fill up your ring, you can adjust accordingly! Now lay them out like this with each ring overlapping the next: You're ready to make the center ring.
Crochet Geek - Free Instructions and Patterns Lion Brand Yarn Blouse Crochet Pattern No 226 par Illiana Learn to Crochet | Understanding Instructions | Knit Simple Magazine Learning about crochet is like immersing yourself in a foreign culture where another language is spoken and written, and where there are unfamiliar rules and customs. It can be a little intimidating and a tad frustrating at times, but the payoff is big and totally worthwhile. So continue to follow along as we explain what you’ll need to know before you make your very first project! The longest journey begins with the first step, and knowing the meaning and importance of gauge is your first step to crocheting a garment that comes out the correct size. Every pattern direction will have a recommended gauge, plus finished measurements. The gauge is how many stitches and rows you should get over a span of inches/centimeters (usually a 4"/10cm square) when you work in the specified pattern stitch, using the yarn and crochet hook size called for in the materials list. Once you have achieved the recommended gauge, it’s time to begin your project! So what are all these numbers?