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MioMi Slouch Beret-Free Crochet Pattern « Cobblerscabin's Weblog

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

How to Make an African Flower Follow this step-by-step tutorial. The photos show how your work should look, each step of the way. Scroll down to find complete written instructions and a diagram. Step 1 Begin with a ring, then work Round 1 with D and fasten off. Step 2 Work Round 2 with C. Step 3 Work Round 3 and fasten off. Step 4 Work Round 4 with A and fasten off. Step 5 Work Round 5 with B. Step 6 Work Round 6 and fasten off B. African Flower Motif Written Pattern Round 1 (RS) Ch 3, 2-tr Cl in ring (beginning ch-3 and 2-tr Cl count as first 3-tr Cl), ch 3, [3-tr Cl in ring, ch 3] 7 times; join with sl st in first Cl—8 clusters, and 8 ch-3 sps. Round 2 With RS facing, draw up a loop of next color in any ch-3 sp, ch 2, (2-dc Cl, ch 3, 3-dc Cl) in same ch-3 sp (first petal made), ch 1, [(3-dc Cl, ch 3, 3-dc Cl) in next ch-3 sp (petal made), ch 1] 7 times; join with sl st in first Cl—8 petals, and 8 ch-1 sps. DIagram

A Frothy Flower | Very Berry Handmade Introduction Although I am UK-based I have written the pattern using USA crochet terminology. Here’s a useful little conversion chart. If you’d like a flower brooch, but don’t feel like crocheting one yourself, you can always visit my Folksy Store to commission or buy one ready made. Pattern I’ve used Debbie Bliss Cotton Cashmere and a 4mm hook for this. Start with a magic circle and make 4 single crochet (sc) in the circle and close the circle (4 stitches). R1: 2 sc in each sc round, join last sc to top of 1st sc with a slip stitch (ss) (8 stitches) R2: 2 ch then 1 ss in next sc, 2 ch. R3: In each chain space make 1 ss, 1 chain (ch), 2 double crochet (dc), 1 ch, 1 ss. R4: Holding flower facing you, take your hook to the back of the work & insert it round the 1st chain made in R2. R5: Into each ch sp make 1 sc, 1ch, 3 dc, 1ch, 1 sc. R7: In each ch sp created in R6 make 1sc, 1 ch, 5 dc, 1 ch, 1 sc. Fasten off & weave in ends.

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. The second step is making a gauge swatch, which enables you to make sure you get the recommended gauge before you begin your project. Once you have achieved the recommended gauge, it’s time to begin your project! The first time you look at the directions for a crochet pattern stitch or directions for a project, you may think it’s written in a foreign language. So what are all these numbers?

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. Enjoy 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.

Pretty Pretty Bow By Erin Burger – 30 Comments This bow is super simple, super cute and super versatile. Sew it onto a blanket, a beanie, a purse or a headband for an extra bit of girly or add it to a hair clip for an adorable hair accessory. Finished Size: approx. 4″ (10.16 cm) wide and approx. 1″ (2.54 cm) long at center Gauge: not needed for this pattern Need help understanding the abbreviations and symbols? Crochet Pattern: Pretty Pretty Bow Row 1: ch 12, sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across: 11 sc Rows 2-4: ch 1, turn, working in back loops only, sc in each sc across: 11 sc Border: do not turn, sc in along side of each row, in each ch across bottom, and along other side of each row. This is what you’re bow will look like thus far: To make center of bow: Tie a tight knot in center of bow, don’t worry about any ends right now, it’s better to weave them all in upon completion: Wrap yarn around center of bow until center looks right to you. Tie knot in back of center bump.

How To Crochet: Broomstick Lace You can use a very large knitting needle for bigger loops and you can create different rows with different size stitches. The only stitch that you need to know is single crochet, can you believe it? For this tutorial, I used my favorite crochet thread in size 3 with a size C crochet hook and a size 17 knitting needle. The usual grouping of stitches is 4 to 6. Your initial chain will vary in length depending on how many groups of stitches you want to make. Chain 20. Insert crochet hook into each chain, yarn over and bring the loop up onto the knitting needle. You should now have 20 loops on your knitting needle. In groups of 5, gather the stitches off the knitting needle. Now begin to draw up your working yarn and chain 1 to close the group. Now make 5 single crochets in the space for the gathered stitches. Continue across row gathering 5 stitches, and making 5 single crochets in each group. Now 4 groups of 5 stitches made. Hook a loop onto your knitting needle at the working end of your row.

Lacy Crocheted Earrings Author Gene in SoCal Introduction Liven up an old pair of hoops with this simple pattern. With a small amount of #10 crochet thread and a #7 crochet hook, and in a few minutes, you'll have a new look. Materials List #7 steel crochet hook small amount of #10 cotton crochet thread pair of hoop earrings Finished Size Completed size depends on hoops used and number of rounds completed. Gauge Gauge is not important with this pattern. The Pattern Rnd 1: Make a loop around the hoop and sc around to cover the hoop. Rnd 2:. Rnd 3: Turn, sk first st, * sc in next st, sk 1 st, repeat from * around. Rnd 4: Turn, sk first st, * sl st in next st, sk next st, repeat around. At this point, you can fasten off and sew in the loose end, or add another round.

Pattern: Dragon It’s the Year of the Dragon this year! To celebrate, crochet your own fire-breathing cuties in a rainbow of colours for yourself or for your friends! Materials: green yarn (I used Patons Grace in Ginger)2.00 mm crochet hookyarn needlefiberfillbeige felt (for wings and scaled body), dark brown felt (for horns), and pink felt (for cheeks)7.5 mm safety eyesblack embroidery floss (for mouth), white embroidery floss (for fang), tan embroidery floss (for scaled body)glue gunfabric glue Note: I worked in continuous rounds (vs. joined rounds). Using green yarn, Chain 7 (this is the foundation chain) R1: Starting from second chain from hook, Sc 6 in back loops of foundation chain. ***To see a step-by-step tutorial on how to crochet around a foundation chain, please see HERE! R2: *Sc 1, 2 sc in next sc*, rep 6 times. (18 sts) R3: *Sc 2, 2 sc in next sc*, rep 6 times. (24 sts) R4: *Sc 3, 2 sc in next sc*, rep 6 times (30 sts) R5: *Sc 4, 2 sc in next sc*, rep 6 times (36 sts) R6-8: Sc 36 R12-R16: Sc 54

{capture the moment}: Embellish It! Senior Challenge Embellishments are the finishing touch that can bring a project from mediocre to amazing in just a matter of minutes, but they also can get to be expensive, especially some of the more intricate versions available on the market today. This month I have challenged the senior design team to take the path that Michelle Wooderson has explored lately (such as demonstrated in her posts HERE and HERE) and create their own embellishments with supply basics in their stash. Not only is Michelle's whole idea fun & economical, it also allows you to customize color & style to give you coordination possibilities for nearly any type of project. I thought I would start you off with my new little exploration, the world of crocheted flowers. There are several big-name manufacturers that carry these little homespun beauties, but they can run anywhere from 50-75 cents each and the color selection can tend to be quite limiting. If you would like to see my list of PTI/DMC numbers, you can access it HERE.

How to Crochet with Pop-Tops Crochet a Flower With Pull Tabs For crafters who want to know how to crochet with pull tabs, we've come up with this free crochet pattern that will teach you how to crochet a flower. This is our first DIY project and it's a good introduction to recycled crafts. This crochet flower can be made into a Christmas tree ornament, a brooch or incorporated into a larger project. To download a printable version, click here » Step 1: Materials & Tools 6 pull tabs Crochet thread (1 or 2 colors). Step 2: Prepare Your Pull Tabs Choose tabs that are in good condition. Step 3: Start Crocheting Begin crocheting the center of the flower using a single stitch to cover the 'thin side' of the tab (top figure) (the side that's pulled when a can is opened). Step 4: Connect the Circle Pull the line of tabs into a circle and crochet them together (top figure). Step 5: Add Color to the 'Petals' Cover the outer ring of the pull-tab using a double stitch with different colored thread. Step 6: Cover and Connect

people webs: pattern: chunky circle scarf i said to myself, i need a big chunky circular scarf to wear all the time.. and this is what came of it. i am putting this grey one in my etsy shop, and also, here is the pattern: ( this pattern is intended for personal use only, thank you! ) chunky circle scarf you will need: 2 skeins of worsted weight yarn (i used caron simply soft) using both strands at once throughout, otherwise you could use bulky weight yarn 10 mm crochet hook , or any large hook (i crochet quite loosely, so if you don't, a hook larger than the one i used will work better) large needle for weaving in ends stitches used: ch: chain sc: single crochet dc: double crochet dc4tog: double crochet 4 stitches together: yarn over once, insert the hook into the stitch, draw up 1 loop (3 loops on hook), yarn over, draw through 2 loops (2 loops remaining) to finish the dc7together, yarn over once, and draw through all 8 loops at once. gauge: 4 rows are a little over three inches tall, finished size: about 60 inches around, and 10 inches wide

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