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50+ Free Crochet Flower Pattern Tutorials - My Creative Nook If you are interested in learning how to crochet a flower, you have stopped by the right place! They are truly one of my favorite projects to work on because they crochet up very quick and look cute as an embellishment to almost anything! I use these flowers on newborn hats, headbands and ear warmers, blankets, scarves and handbags. The possibilities are endless! I’ve even seen people use them in scrapbooks or on handmade cards. Mary Jane Slippers By Lisa Gutierrez on 04/01/2008 **I thought this was obvious, but apparently not: PLEASE OH PLEEASE do not use any of my photos without my permission! I’m a nice person, so if YOU ask nicely, I’d make a consideration. Also, don’t post this pattern anywhere else. A simple link to this page would be a great way to share it. You CAN sell slippers you make, of course, but for pete’s sake, take photos of what you made to show your customer/s!

Sac besace Featured: Messenger Bag by Ecolution Originally created for hard-working couriers, the classic Messenger Bag has been in circulation for several decades. Known for its long-lasting rugged durability and distinctive “envelope” styling, the classic Messenger has been adopted around the world as the everyday all-purpose carryall. Make a simplified version for yourself in hemp, similar to the featured tote from eco-friendly, Ecolution. How To Spray Block Crochet or Knit Squares - Kim Werker's Blog I've fielded lots of questions about blocking crochet and knitting recently, and I thought a wee tutorial might be in order. So I spent this afternoon up in the mountains recovering from the last few months, and in so doing I blocked some squares. Here's the long and short of it; click any photo for more information, or check out the full photo tutorial on Flickr (there are about twice as many photos there*). Crochet blocking is the process of setting your fiber pieces with some form of water.

Sac de sport Bags in round or barrel shapes make a great style statement, but they can seem intimidating when you're new to sewing. If you've passed over these projects before, it's time to stop, look, and listen. We've cleverly adapted the construction of this duffle to allow you to do the majority of the steps with flat pieces. 3-D is great when watching the new Star Wars movie, but flat is friendlier for sewing. The striking Geo Pop Canvas 2 fabric by Emmie K for Robert Kaufman Fabrics was the perfect choice for this project, so much so, we named the bag after it!

Free Easy Crochet Purse Pattern I recently finished this purse using a free crochet pattern I found on the Tangled Happy blog. I reduced the number of stitches to make a smaller bag for a child and I think it is adorable! I think I am going to have to make one for myself. Spring Inspired Boutique Bags Boutique bags inspired by spring. I think the strappy pink one is my new favorite. What do you think? I decided to try out a bulkier yarn this time to create a sturdier bag. I used Lion Brand Baby's First Yarn.

How to Crochet A Curlicue Crocheting culicues are one of the most simple and fun things I've made in a while...oh and they are addicting too!For this I'm using an H hook and some worsted weight yarn I had laying around (here's a hat pattern for you I made a while back with this yarn) To begin, make a chain as long as you would like your curlicue to be plus 3 chains (the one shown here is 20+3), Then make one dc in the 4th chain from the hook, In the same chain, make another dc... Now make 3 dc in each chain until you get to the end (here is how it looks about halfway through), Crochet! Magazine Design by Mary Jane Hall Kick it up a notch in hot fashion looks with fun, funky leg warmers that are perfect to wear with jeans and boots, or a miniskirt and heels. Skill Level

spring crafts: colorful scraves, free crochet patterns Beautiful scarves Match colors Spring crafts: colorful scraves, free crochet patterns I crochet 13 squares, crochet pattern as the picture Crochet a square:1. ch 3, 1 slst to form a cirlce.2. ch 5, (3dc in the circle, ch 2) 3 times, 2 dc in the circle, 1 slst in the third chain of the ch-5.3. ch 5, 3dc in the same stitch with ch-5, (ch 1, 3dc in the next ch-2, ch 2, 3dc in the same stitch with 3dc before) 3