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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:

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:

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,

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.

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 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

Blouse Crochet Pattern No 226 par Illiana 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:

Daisy Puffagon Tutorial Any yarn you wish to use. I’d recommend using one hook size down from the recommend hook size for your yarn. This pattern is written in UK terms. American terms are given below in bold. WRITTEN PATTERN: Abbreviated instructions can be found at the end of the tutorial. I'm quite pleased with how 'seamless' I managed to make these look. I like to start of these little puffs with a magic loop. So, assuming we've now all got a magic loop, let's begin. First of all, make 1 chain and then make 6 double crochets (dc) into the loop. Once that's done we need to close up the circle. So take the waste end of the yarn (not the one still attached to your yarn ball) and pull it up until the stitches form a circle. It should look like this (left pic). Cut your yarn and using your hook, pull the end of the yarn until the end comes through the stitch. Now we're going to just pull the end of the yarn through that first dc of the round. So now it should look like this. Now make 1 chain. Then make 1 more chain.

My Vintage Crochet Projects | Free Vintage Crochet Doily Patterns « Vintage Patterns Dazespast Blog My Vintage Crochet Projects Last week I shared the sewing projects that I have on the table–this week it’s all about crochet. I’m working doilies and motifs mostly and I will share the patterns with you. I love working on ruffled doily patterns mostly, I like the one’s with complex stitch patterns. The make the project challenging but the results are phenomenal. I just finished the 1890′s Doily, from Old Time Crochet Autumn 1996. Here’s my completed version. My Version Vintage 1890′s Doily Pattern Center 1890 Doily If you’d like to make the 1890′s Doily, here’s the free crochet pattern. An 1890′s Doily An 1890′s Doily Pattern Part 2 I finished this doily about a week ago, this doily is from Lily Mills, 1950, Book 1600. Sheer Witchery Doily | Lily Mills 1950 Sheer Witchery Close-up Doily If you’d like to make “Sheer Witchery” here’s the pattern. Sheer Witchery Luncheon Set Doily Free Pattern Free Vintage Doily Pattern Sheer Witchery Now here’s the vintage pattern “Blossom Ruffle”. Coral Reef Doily

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