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Finally. the rainbow beany. for free! - REVolution

Finally. the rainbow beany. for free! - REVolution
yes. you read that right! just finished this pattern and as a big fat thank you to all my loyal readers & followers, i will give it for free. so. grab yourself a nice hot cup of tea. or coffee. maybe some chocolate. or wine. who cares. you are on top of the world! and if if if IF you were just thinking this would be an awesome idea to pin, so more and more of us crafty ladies can share in this free tutorial: maybe just maybe it's an even more awesome idea to use the picture above of my lovely Sanne (wow, what a teeth huh? she's changing, but man scary. haha). because the text on the picture makes it even more easier for people to pin and repin it. because i love my lady! here we GO (oops i see now somebody stole my red yarn in this picture below or i forgot to place it, ahum, just picture RED in please): grab your supplies. i've used "Paris Drops" yarn. because i love the thickness & colors! i started with yellow. obviously. make a chain of 4. hello ring. here we go. still with me? rewind: Related:  my crochet

Rainbow mitts for Maia Maia started back at preschool this week and because its so wintery I wanted to make her some new fingerless mitts. The beauty of fingerless mittens is in their simple design… there really is nothing easier to crochet than a small rectangle in Half Double Crochet (HDC). These fingerless mittens are sure to brighten any little girl’s day! Easy Crochet Fingerless Mittens Tutorial (sized for a 4-5 year old) Using a 4mm crochet hook and DK (8ply) yarn of your choice. Pink: Chain 25. Turn and half double crochet in the second chain from the hook and in every stitch across. Red: Change colour chain 2, HDC in every stitch across. Yellow: Change colour chain 2, HDC in every stitch across. Green: Change colour chain 2, HDC in every stitch across. Light Blue: Change colour chain 2, HDC in every stitch across. Dark Blue: Change colour chain 2, HDC in every stitch across. Purple: Change colour chain 2, HDC in every stitch across. Violet: Change colour chain 2, HDC in every stitch across. Like this:

Winterberry Headwrap. I love this headwrap. It works up in about 30 minutes (depending on how fast you crochet). It is made with Homespun yarn, so it feels nice and warm. For this pattern I dropped a couple hook sizes, from what I usually work with for this yarn, to give a bit of a warmer/tighter stitch. Have you tried using Lion Brand Homespun? I promise, it gets easier! Ok, now for the Winterberry Headwrap pattern. :) This headwrap is "one size fits most". You may not copy, change, or sell my patterns in part or in whole. What you will need: Lion Brand Homespun Yarn I hook Scissors Yarn needle Abbreviations: ch-chain dc-double crochet sl st-slip stitch Ch 16 Row 1: 1 dc in 3rd ch from hook and each ch across. To join, Ch 1, sl-st first and last row together. For the flower I used my 3 Layer flower pattern with Homespun yarn and an I hook.

Star Seams: a New Paper-Pieced Star, If You Dare One evening while perusing a catalogue, I found a shape that I wanted to try replicating in fabric: this mirror. I love the look of outlined stars (evidence: Lone Starburst), and immediately had visions of this new paper-pieced specimen. This new 12.5-inch (unfinished) block, which I call Star Seams, was born. I tried it out first with some lovely scraps... And then twice again with more limited, deliberate selections. The template looks quite neat on paper. I discovered that you have to be very careful with this template, and since I'm not the most careful sometimes, I had a few oopses. I don't love the process of paper-piecing. While I haven't been able to create the perfect exemplar yet (and may never...), here are the (free) templates I came up with if you're an intrepid crafter. Instructions: print 2 copies of the pattern to have 2 templates for each piece, A to F. Once each piece is complete, 1. join A -> B, C -> D, and E -> F, matching up outside edges and corners. 2. then AB -> CD,

Free EASY Crochet Baby Hat Pattern with Crochet Flower (How TO Crochet a Hat) | Free Crochet Patterns and Designs by LisaAuch Easy Crochet Baby Hat Pattern perfect for beginners see how to crochet a hat with this free easy crochet baby hat pattern with beautiful easy crochet flower. Warning these crochet baby hats are addictive! Cute free crochet baby hat pattern, Step by Step Really easy crochet pattern ideal for beginners. How to Crochet a Baby Hat with photos and how to crochet a flower, easy to make and very quick. Making up these gorgeous hats is both fun and rewarding as you can change them to suit, for sizes very easily. Using the basic beanie pattern, this is a gorgeous baby hat for the little princess. free crochet baby hat pattern Hook 4.00mm (UK) I use Double knit yarn. Rnd 1: Magic Circle Ch 3, 12 DC in Magic circle, slip stitch into top of ch3 (12)or you can start with ch 3, 12 dc into 1st chain Rnd 2: Ch 3, 2 DC in every stitch round (increasing in every stitch around) Slip into top of ch 3 to join (24) Rnd 4: Ch3, (1st Dc in the base chain 3) How to Crochet a Simple crochet flower Magic Circle

First Beret & Scarf Crochet Pattern If you know how to do chains and double crochets you can crochet this easy scarf and beret. Use this pattern to teach others to crochet or for making quick gifts that will be loved. RED HEART® Soft™: 1 ball 9623 Spearmint will make both the beret and scarf. Note: You may need a second ball to make this set with multi-color Soft. Crochet Hook: 5.5mm [US I-9]. Optional: ¾ Yard of ½” elastic. Beret fits most women.Scarf measures 4¼” wide x 40” long. GAUGE: Beret - Rounds 1-2 = 3” across.

Spring lacy hat for little girls - Free Pattern with Tutorial and Chart The pattern is written for toddler size, but you can adapt for a smaller/ bigger size, making less/more rounds with increases for the crown of the hat. Each round you'll increase 12 stitches. Other sizes can be obtained also using other yarn weight and hook size. Materials: - 1 skein of Caron Simply Soft, colors of your choice (2, 3 or how many colors you want) - 4.5 mm crochet hook Special stitch:tw sc: twisted sc See the stitch instructions in my Twisted Single Crochet Tutorial . Notes: (Update 22.02.2014 - I modified the crown of the hat for better results) For the crown of the hat, starting with the second round, replace the first dc of the round with ch2 (NOT ch3) and finish each round with 1slst into the top of the first dc from beg of round (NOT slst in the top of the chain)!!! The Ch2 does not counts as a stitch! At the end of each round of the crown, count your stitches! Be sure not to miss that stitch! For the shell pattern the ch3 counts as the first dc. The crown of the hat

Sols(tr)ikke Sirkel i kvadrat… Circle in a square... Her skal eg prøve å skrive ned ei oppskrift. Det finst sikkert mange forskjellige måtar å lage bestemorruter som dette, men her er min metode. Håper de gir beskjed dersom noko er vanskeleg å skjøne. (Heklespråket er lettare å lese enn å skrive ned… ) ETA: You can find an all English version of the pattern here. I will try to translate this to English. (Follow the link to pages explaining the stitches.) Start: Hekle 5 lm, samle til ein ring m 1 kjm i første lm. Start: make 5 ch, join with ss into a ring. 1. runde: 4 lm (=1 st,1 lm), 1 st + 1 lm 11 g. 1st round: 4ch (=1dc,1ch), 1dc + 1ch 11 times. 2. runde: Start i ei av lm-buene. 3 lm (=1 stav), 1 st, 1 lm, *2 st, 1 lm* i resten av lm-buene. 2nd round: Start in one of the ch spaces. 3 ch (= 1dc), 1dc, 1ch, *2dc, 1ch* in the remaining ch spaces. 3. runde: Start i ei av lm-buene. 3 lm (=1 st)+ 2 st i lmb, 1 lm, *3 st,1 lm* i resten av lm-buene. Eg likar samlebandsmetoden, så eg heklar opp ein haug med sirklar før eg tar siste runda.

Crochet Tutorial: Mermaid Tail Afghan Pattern—3 Sizes (Small: Child, Medium: Teen, Large: Adult) | YARNutopia by Nadia Fuad Several weeks ago, a few of my friends contacted me showing me a photo they found online of a mermaid blanket. Not all mermaid blankets were exactly the same, so I did my own research and used variations of different stitches and patterns I found on the internet, I created my own mermaid afghan. Since I borrowed stitches from several different patterns (including this pattern by Mad Hooker), I combined them to make my own in this exclusive FREE pattern that I have written. Click Here for the Printable PDF Digital Download for this Pattern Designed by Nadia Fuad You may sell items made from my pattern, but please reference my name and Etsy Shop (YARNutopia). Please do not copy and post this pattern and claim it as your own. Thank you, and happy hooking! Sizing: Size Small will fit a child that is 4 feet-5 feet tall. View this video to help with making SIZE MEDIUM of this Mermaid Afghan: CLICK HERE FOR THE PDF DIGITAL DOWNLOAD–DUTCH TRANSLATION (Meermin-deken) Materials: -Yarn Needle Ch: chain

Crochet workshop: Fingerless mittens Make these fashionably stylish and practical fingerless mittens which are worked in a decorative crochet stitch in cosy baby alpaca yarn. Designed by Erika Knight and published in her latest book Crochet Workshop (see bottom of article for book details and giveaway), the skill level is Intermediate and the mittens are one size, to fit an average-size woman’s hand. The finished length is 38cm. Click to enlarge In this project you will learnPractising half treble crochet Working a horizontal thumb hole Working pattern repeats Stitches usedHalf treble crochet; Treble crochet Treble crochet bobbles MaterialsRowan Baby Alpaca DK, a light double-knitting weight alpaca yarn, in one colour: 4 x 50g balls in light grey (208 Southdown) 3.5mm and 4mm crochet hooks Tension8 bobbles and 11 rows to 10cm measured over zigzag lozenge stitch using a 4mm hook. TO MAKE THE MITTENS Foundation chain Using a 4mm hook, make 37 chain loosely. [Repeat patt rows 2–5] 4 times more. Work thumb hole To finish Masterclass

Cross Hatch Button-Up Cowl Crochet Pattern - Dabbles & Babbles Free Cross Hatch Button-Up Cowl Crochet Pattern Cross Hatch Button-Up Cowl Crochet Pattern – Winter is quickly approaching but I have to be honest and admit that it’s not my favorite season; but at least I’ll be cozy this winter with this thick and rich cross hatch button-up cowl. I actually crocheted this cowl back in August while I watched my daughter swim at the lake – how’s that for being prepared! I’m sure all the other beach dwellers were thinking “um, kinda hot out here to be making a scarf.” This cowl is the perfect pattern for the beginner or more experienced crocheter. Download your free Cross Hatch Button-Up Cowl Crochet Pattern below. Cross Hatch Button-Up Cowl Crochet Pattern NOTES: Pattern in U.S. crochet terminology Hook: U.S. st = stitch ch = chain sl = slip stitch sc = single crochet dc = double crochet FINISHED SIZE: 10” wide, 36” long. Make a slip knot and chain 36. ROWs 3 -47 (or until it reaches 35” in length): Repeat row 2. Break yarn, weave in ends. Sew on your buttons.

Blouse Crochet Pattern No 226 par Illiana Crochet Baby Pull Over Sweater + Tutorial Crochet Baby Sweater Learn how to make this incredible baby sweater called Take it from the Top Pull Over Sweater. I don’t film many baby sweaters but I was attracted to the interesting stitchwork and looking at the colour palette, I knew boys or girls could wear this design if the colours are selected for each gender. The sizing of the instructions included 6 months, 12 months, 18 months and 24 months. This sweater starts at the neck line making a bodice. The tutorial version is using bold colours. We leave the colour mixing to you, the crocheter to come up with amazing mixes. Also keep in mind that if substituting yarn from the original, the Bernat Baby Sport is a Light Weight 3 Yarn. Video Tutorials Below

Tamborēts motīvs bildēs Brīvdienu tikšanās uzlādēta, atvaļinājuma iedvesmota, ķēros pie tamboradatas un sagatavoju virtuālo meistarklasi ļoti skaista motīva tamborēšanai. African Flower iekš kvadrātiņa, ar astoņām ziedlapiņām. Tas nav mans izgudrojums, šādu kvadrātiņu atradu kādā vācu tamboržurnālā. Tamboradata Nr.3,5 Ap pirkstu uztinu cilpiņu, tajā ietamborēju 3 trīs gaisa cilpiņas un 1 vienu stabiņu ar vienu apmetumu (Šāds iesākums man labāk patīk nekā tamborēt aplīti no gaisa cilpiņām, bet var sākt arī ar sešām cilpiņām, tās savienojot aplītī un tad sākt tajā ietamborēt pirmo kārtu, vidus caurumiņš tad būs lielāks, bet šādi sākot, to iespējams ar otru diega galu savilkt vajadzīgajā lielumā) : 1.kārta - 2 divi stabiņi ar vienu apmetumu, 2 divas gaisa cilpiņas, reiz 8 astoņi priekš 8 astoņām ziedlapiņām: 2.kārta - sāku ar citas krāsas dziju, 2 divi stabiņi ar vienu apmetumu, 2 divas gaisa cilpiņas, 2 divi stabiņi ar vienu apmetumu, 1 viena gaisa cilpiņa, atkārtot visu priekš 8 astoņām ziedlapiņām:

FREE Pattern Friday - Ornaments There is a craft show in town tomorrow. I booked a table in hopes of selling some items that I have left from my Etsy days. Thought it might be nice to give each person who makes a purchase a crocheted ornament as a gift. It's amazing how many patterns there are for ornaments! Hope you have fun crocheting these ornaments! Have a wonderful Weekend!

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