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Knitting, Free Knitting Patterns, Knitting Yarn, Knitting Instructions, Knitting Book, Knitting Stores
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Flower Girl Cottage : Crochet Headband Pattern Crochet Headband Materials: 1 ball Lily Cotton Yarn, Size G Hook Pattern First Row: Chain 20, Double Crochet, Chain 2, Single Crochet into 4th chain from Hook,* Skip 3 chains, work 2 Double Crochets, Chain 2, Single Crochet in next chain stitch*, Repeat the stitches between * * to the end of the row Row 2: Chain 2 Turn, Double Crochet, Chain 2, Single Crochet in 1st Chain 2 Space, 2 Double Crochets, Chain 2, Single Crochet into each remaining Chain 2 Spaces across to end Repeat Row 2 until Strip Measures 18” join by slip stitching ends together or sew together with yarn needle. Finished Link Party Time

Over 200 Free Crocheted Afghan Patterns The best FREE patterns so WONDERFUL people like YOU can create and SHARE! Please let us know about any broken links that you find. THANKS Thousands of free patterns Search AllCrafts.net Over 200 Free Crocheted Afghan Patterns at AllCrafts.net We moved the baby blankets and afghans to Over 50 Free Crocheted Baby Blanket Patterns Subscribe to AllCrafts Updates We respect your email privacy View Our Latest Updates/Newsletter Bucilla Christmas Kits Online Free Crochet, Knitting, Sewing, Holiday Crafts and Patterns Download Free Fonts! Link to AllCrafts We love sites with free crafts! Advertise at AllCrafts Featured on AllCrafts? Grab a badge! American Heartland Afghan A Larksfoot (Arcade) Blanket Groovy-ghan Aran Afghan lacy crocheted diamond afghan Basketweave Afghan Beatiful Blanket Block Stitch Afghan Blushing Rose Afghan Chevron Afghan Chromium Star Blanket Crimson Roses Afghan Beefy V Afghan.page Beginners 2-Strand Afghan Berry Basket Afghan Berry Garland Afghan Bevs Afghan Patterns Bi-Colored Afghan Brick Afghan

How to Make Clothing Buttons from Shrink Plastic… | scissors.paper.wok - StumbleUpon This tutorial is an old one of mine that’s too good not to share again. Since posting the first time, I’ve had lots of questions about these buttons which will hopefully be answered in this revised post. Equipment Some handy notes: 1. single hole, hole punch (like this one here). 2. 3. Okay.. lets get started! Tracing tips: You can use either coloured pencils or permanent pens. Words must be writted backwards in order to be readable. Shrinking the buttons: To shrink the buttons, you can use an oven or a heat gun (the kind used for embellishing). After the buttons have twisted and twirled, and are LYING FLAT, it’s time to take them out. Note: If the skrinking is taking too long, you may need to turn your oven up. Here’s a short little stop-motion to make sure you’ve got the gist of how easy this is! Shrink Paper {here} Circle Punch {here} Hole punch {here} Pens {here} Update: I’ve made a video to show how to shrink the buttons using a craft embellishment heat gun. Kimanh Hi my name's Kimanh.

Liffey (Cable&Lace Knitted Hat) | Knotting Noodles Liffey is a mixed pattern hat, including both cables and lace, in a cute leafy shape. The traditional ribbing is replaced by an i-cord, tied at the back to form a bow. Size: to fit head circumference of 56cm (for bigger or smaller size, consider changing yarn thickness and/or needle size). Yarn: SOKA (70% wool, 30% polyamide, 50g=150m), 1.3 skeins. A set of 4 (5) double-pointed needles: UK size 11, US size 2.5, metric size 3mm; 2 cable/auxiliary needles of the same size. Gauge: 10cm = 26 sts in pattern. k – knit p – purl rep – repeatk2tog – knit 2 together yo – yarn over: make an additional loop by passing the yarn under the right needle from back to front, then over the needle and to the back. k tbl – knit through the back of the stitch. Knitting Instructions: On double-pointed needles, cast on 144 sts. Pattern: The pattern is worked in rounds. R1: * yo, k1, yo, p3, k9, p3, * rep from * around. R31 – 60: rep from R1. R61: * k1, p3, SKP, k5, k2tog, p3, *rep from * around. Assembly: Like this:

How to read a crochet pattern HOW TO READ A Crochet PATTERN The first step in learning how to read a crochet pattern is to learn the terms and abbreviations. I have most of the terms, abbreviations and stitch instructions on my Crochet Basics Page.Once you familiarize yourself with these terms reading patterns will be much easier for you. The following are pattern excerpts that viewers have asked me about. I have explained each in simple English without all of the crochet abbreviations in hopes of teaching you how to read a crochet pattern. Review the abbreviations on the Basics page then choose a pattern and see how it goes. All crochet patterns begin with a foundation chain. Anytime a set of directions is enclosed in parentheses you do what the pattern says directly after it. The following page has symbols for crochet stitches. HOLDING YOUR PROJECT: You should hold your project however you feel comfortable and in a way that you can manage to complete the stitches correctly. HOW MANY CHAINS? in the same space.

Easily Dunn So I got this shirt in the 6th grade. And I keep on keeping it because I like the stripes or something…and maybe the colors. But I can’t wear it because a) it’s too short and b) it’s too thick to layer with anything. And in the middle of last week’s closet-purging, in a blinding stroke of genius, I decided to make it a cardigan. But the fastest, kind of laziest way possible. use a ruler and cut a line down the center of the front of the shirt. ok. you’re almost done. hem the edges with your hem tape, using the instructions that came with it. pick a button. then sew it on one of the sides where a normal button should theoretically go. it’s just for show so it looks like a legit cardigan. you’re not going to dilly-dally with making a button hole or anything because that’s just out of the realm of my patience. I know you probably found this on pinterest or some craft blog somewhere…or something to that effect.

Luna Lovegood's Thestral Cardigan - The-Leaky-Cauldron.org The-Leaky-Cauldron.org Final Product Supplies 2 skeins of Caron Simply Soft Brites!, Berry Blue #9606I/9 (5.5 mm) crochet hook4 or 5 1¼ inch (3 cm) coverable buttons. Stitches used 90-Degree Increase: In the corner, make 2dc-ch1-2dc. Instructions Important Note - First, decide if you are going to have four buttons or five buttons, because that will dictate how you turn the edges of your sweater. Getting Started Chain 59.Row 1: Dc In 3rd chain from hook. Row3: *Dc to the center chain of your first 90-Degree increase. Body Row 1: dc to the first 90-degree increase. Sleeves Start the sleeve with 54 stitches around the armhole, starting at the underarm.Join the first and last stitches of the sleeve.Chain 3 Dc 27 times, chain three, sc back into the 27th stitch, ch3 then continue dc around the sleeve to beginning. Buttons Cover your buttons using the instructions at this link. Sew on the buttons Credit Megan Nieves's tutorial was taken with permission.

Nerdigurumi - Free Amigurumi Crochet Patterns with love for the Nerdy » stencil with freezer paper (harry potter tee)... - StumbleUpon Yes, I am a nerd. I came up with a brilliant idea for a Harry Potter t-shirt and I couldn't resist. "Expecto Patronum!" However, you can make whatever kind of design you want with a freezer paper stencil. It doesn't have to be Harry Potter related. I learned about the joys of freezer paper back in my early college days. Basically, freezer paper is backed with a plastic coating that will stick to soft surfaces when ironed, but it peels off cleanly and easily. To make a sweet t-shirt you will need: paper & pencil a t-shirt an iron a piece of cardboard or poster board fabric paint & brush Start by drawing your design on some regular old paper. My design kept getting bigger, so I taped two sheets together. Next, place your design underneath a sheet of freezer paper and trace it neatly with a sharpie. The marker gives your lines greater width making it easier to cut them out and paint them in later. Now place a piece of cardboard under your freezer paper to protect your table while you cut.

Luna Lovegood's Cardigan pattern by Megan Nieves *** Hey Guys! The current link to the pattern has been updated-- it’s not dead anymore!**** Like many other people on this site, I often find myself watching movies not only for the plot, but for the costumes as well. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix certainly fit this category, as I found myself taking costume notes on any and all pieces I could find in my purse. I found myself most taken with Evanna Lynch’s wardrobe, and wanted nothing more than to dress like Luna Lovegood. So, what’s a girl do when she wants a sweater like the one in the movie?

Crochet Geek Free crochet flower patterns with Crochet Geek. The crochet lessons are detailed, some with slow motion for additional time needed to learn new crochet techniques and stitches. Examples are a crochet rose, blue ivy, marigold, daffodil, poinsettia, pansy and lilly to name a few. Gratis dibujos de flores crochet con ganchillo Geek. Frī rūp bæb dxkmị̂ t̄hạk kho rchet̒ Geek d̂wy bthreīyn t̄hạk mī rāy laxeīyd bāng xỳāng thī̀ mī kār khelụ̄̀xnh̄ịw cĥā welā pheìmteim thī̀ cảpĕn nı kār reīyn rū̂ thekhnikh kār t̄hạk h̄ım̀ læa kār yĕb p̄hæl tạwxỳāng chèn dxk kuh̄lāb t̄hạk mị̂ leụ̄̂xy s̄ī f̂ā, dāwreụ̄xng, dxk dæffodil, sĕth, kathey læa lillī̀ pheụ̄̀x chụ̄̀x mị̀ kī̀ Gratuit motifs de fleurs avec crochet Crochet Geek. Gratis modelli crochet fiori con Crochet Geek. Grátis padrões de flores de crochê com Crochet Geek. أنماط الكروشيه الحرة مع زهرة الكروشيه المهوس. Freie Häkelarbeit-Blume-Muster mit Crochet Geek. Besplatnyye shablony kryuchkom tsvetok s kryuchkom Geek .

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