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Hot Air Balloons: Crochet Amigurumi Toys DIY Free Pattern

Hot Air Balloons: Crochet Amigurumi Toys DIY Free Pattern
There are countless options for using these Hot Air Balloons as versatile gifts (baby mobile, joggling balls), and it is up to your imagination to choose the content of the basket. Put a special message in the basket for the recipient, or a small treat, or a passenger, or a special gift (could some jewelry piece be a good idea?) - anything your imagination can come up with! You can show the person how to free the ball from strings, or you can leave it as a riddle to solve… Can you guess why these crocheted Amigurumi Hot Air Balloons are arranged as baby mobile?! In fact, I live in a Dragon cave – not only my baby is a Dragon, so is his father. Continue reading to explore more…. Little Dragon needed some nice baby mobile. Anyway, back to crochet. Loving both of my Dragons equally strong and having limited time – I had to find a creative way how dragon eggs could be used both ways – as joggling balls and also as hot air balloons for baby mobile. STEP 1: Crochet the balls.

Hobbes - Amigurumi Patterns.net I've finally decided to write up my Hobbes pattern and instead of selling it I'd like to give it to you for free. The reason he is free is because the creator of Calvin and Hobbes, Bill Watterson did not want to commercialize his work so keeping that in mind Please don't sell this pattern and don't sell the completed work. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I originally made this up for my son because of his love for Hobbes (he's 23 now) I armed myself with Watterson's brilliant drawings as a reference. I made this pattern to look as close as possible to the Hobbes' drawings . I realized that Hobbes could be broken down into basic shapes. He also had the muzzle of a cat so I looked to the famous Amineko cat. Once I got the shapes down I worked on size. Until I started making him I never realized how different Hobbes looks from a regular cat. His head and body are a lot longer thanan normal cat plus he has the shortest fattest legs. That caused me problems since tubular legs and arms don't want to bend. Resources:

Yellow Stripe Vest There are currently no images from other crafters. close Terms & Conditions You must enter into this Agreement if you want to submit digital images or other content to Prime Publishing through Sharing Customer Images (the "Service"). 1) Eligibility. 2) Definitions. 3) License Grant for Materials. 4) Removal of Materials. 5) License for Name, Trademarks and Likenesses. 6) Specifications and Guidelines. 7) Representations, Warranties and Indemnities. 8) Restrictions. 9) No Obligation. 10) Changes to Agreement. 11) Prime Publishing Intellectual Property. 12) Communications. 13) Waiver. 14) Disclaimer. 15) Miscellaneous. Sharing Your Own Images Who can share images? You! What should I share? Please share images that will help other visitors. Do include captions for your images. What shouldn't I share? Behave as if you were a guest at a friend's dinner party: please treat the Prime Publishing community with respect. The same guidelines apply to your captions and notes. Where will my image appear?

Edging for Openwork Crochet Dishcloth This is an edging to crochet for the cotton openwork dishcloth. Work in back loops of stitches unless otherwise directed. Place a marker around the last stitch in your last row to keep track of where your edging begins. To begin the edging, you will need to rotate your work clockwise so that the left-hand edge of your work faces up. Round 1: Ch 2. To Form Corner: Ch 2, and rotate work clockwise so that your foundation chain is facing upward. Sc in each loop of your starting chain. (36 sc.) To Form Corner: Ch 2, Turn work clockwise. Work 36 more sc across the top edge of the work, making sure to space the sts evenly. (37 sc.) To Form Corner: Ch 2, rotate work clockwise. Complete the row working in SC. (37 sc total.) DIY Crocheted Hair Ties Last week was a busy one. University-busy, not crafty-busy. And always when I'm having a busy week and I'm working like crazy my brain just likes to tease me with all the creative things I could be doing instead. A nasty brain I have. So between homework and studying I decided to whip up these lovely crocheted hair ties and it took me less than 45 minutes for all three of them! You'll need: A simple hair tie, best are ties that are slightly darker than your hair or slightly darker than the color of the yarn (you won't see them shining through later). The white one was designed to look like you took a simple crocheted ribbon instead of a hair tie, so I added fake ribbon ends and a knot. [1] Start with a slip knot and continue with 5-7 chain stitches. I'm in love with the light and natural look of these hair ties.

Soft Baby Cocoon [ Close Privacy Policy ] Privacy Policy / Your California Privacy Rights Revised and posted as of March 4, 2013 Prime Publishing, LLC ("Company," "we" or "us") reserves the right to revise this Privacy Policy at any time simply by posting such revision, so we encourage you to review it periodically. In order to track any changes to this Privacy Policy, we will include a historical reference at the top of this document. This Privacy Policy will tell you, among other things: Your California privacy rights. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT/YOUR AGREEMENT Company websites are not intended for use by individuals under the age of 18 or those who are not legal residents of the United States. HOW DO WE COLLECT INFORMATION AND WHAT INFORMATION DO WE COLLECT? Distribution Partners Website operators that license our ad serving technology pass information to us so that we may serve advertisements to you. Website Registration Forms We collect information about you when you register on one of our websites.

My Heart Dishcloth My Heart Dishcloth Janelle Schlossman 1989 Copyright Janelle Schlossman Pattern is to be used for personal use only. Materials:* cotton worsted wt. yarn* size G hook Instructions: 1: With main color, ch20. 6dc in 4th ch from hook; dc in each of next 5chs; dc next 5chs together, dc in next 5chs; 7dc in last ch; (working on opposite side of chain) dc in each of next 7chs, 5dc in next ch; dc in next 7chs, sl st to join. 2: Ch3 (do not turn), working in back loops only from now on; dc in same st; 2dc in each of next 6dc, dc in next 3dc, dc next 5dc together; dc in next 3dc, 2dc in each of next 7dc, dc in next 9dc, 5dc in next dc, dc in next 9dc, join with sl st 3: Ch3, dc in same st, (dc in next dc, 2dc in next dc) 6 times, dc in next 2dc, dc next 5dc together, dc in each of next 2dc, (2dc in next dc, dc in next dc) 6 times, 2dc in next dc, dc in each of next 11dc, 5dc in next dc, dc in next 11 dc; join with sl st Fasten off and weave in ends.

Big Snowy Owl There’s something about owls. Is it their baby-wide eyes? Their mysterious nighttime habits? Or their totemic gumdrop shape? This one is heavy on the lovable! Making the Big Snowy Owl was probably the most fun knitting I’ve done all year. Materials For the Main Yarn: 4 skeins of Blue Sky’s Bulky, 50% Alpaca and 50% Wool. Gauge 2 1/2 stitches = 1 inch in stockinette Size From Ground to Top of Ear: 17 inchesCircumference: 38 inches Pattern The Bottom With the Main Yarn and the double pointed needles, cast on 8 stitches. Place a stitch marker and join for working in the round, being careful to not twist your stitches. Round 1: Knit into the front and back (kfb) 8 times. (16 stitches) Round 2: Purl. Round 3: *P1, kfb, repeat from * to end of round. (24 stitches) Round 4: Purl. Round 5: *P2, kfb, repeat from * to end of round. (32 stitches) Round 6: Purl. Round 7: *P3, kfb, repeat from * to end of round. (40 stitches) Round 8: Purl. Round 9: *P4, kfb, repeat from * to end of round. (48 stitches) The Body

Cute Crocheted Pac Man and Ghosts [ Close Privacy Policy ] Privacy Policy / Your California Privacy Rights Revised and posted as of March 4, 2013 Prime Publishing, LLC ("Company," "we" or "us") reserves the right to revise this Privacy Policy at any time simply by posting such revision, so we encourage you to review it periodically. In order to track any changes to this Privacy Policy, we will include a historical reference at the top of this document. This Privacy Policy will tell you, among other things: Your California privacy rights. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT/YOUR AGREEMENT Company websites are not intended for use by individuals under the age of 18 or those who are not legal residents of the United States. HOW DO WE COLLECT INFORMATION AND WHAT INFORMATION DO WE COLLECT? Distribution Partners Website operators that license our ad serving technology pass information to us so that we may serve advertisements to you. Website Registration Forms We collect information about you when you register on one of our websites.

Mata & Ora - Free Knitting Patterns - Homewares Patterns Using 4mm hook and turquoise (or pink or coral)yarn, make 115ch ? Row 1: Work 1dc in 2nd ch from hook, 1dc ineach of next 111ch. 113sts ? Work two more rows of dc (remember to work2ch in place of first dc of each row) ? Row 4 (eyelet row): 4ch, miss one st, 1htr in next st, *1ch, miss one st, 1htr in next st, rep from * to end ? Row 5: work one row of dc ? Row 6: 1ch, 1dc in each of next three sts, 1htr in each of next two sts, 1tr in next st, 1dtr in next st, 1tr in next st, 1htr in each of next two sts, 1dc in each of next three sts, one sl st in next st, (1dc in each of next three sts, 1htr in each of next two sts, 1tr in next st, 1dtr in next st, 1tr in next st, 1htr in each of next two sts, 1dc in each of next three sts, one sl st in next st), rep instructions in brackets to end of row ? To make up The finished edging should measure about 52cm, which is 2cm longer than the width of the towel and will allow for any shrinkage. Large soap holder ? Small soap holder ?

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