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Diagonal Tunisian Crochet Stitch Pattern 101712 by M. J. Joachim Owl Granny Square Crochet Pattern I posted this pattern on my friend Kara's crochet blog, Petals to Picots, back in August in honor of her Granny Month. But I thought I would share it with you again and show you how the owl squares are being used! I made them into an owl bunting for my friend Shannon's owl-themed gender reveal party! It was first displayed over the party food table... But now it sits over her daughters crib! They are expecting their baby girl in early January 2013 :) Luscious One Skein Cowl Recently, I was lucky enough to get my hands on a skein of Lion Brand’s new yarn Unique, in the Grapevine colorway. And it was so yummy I couldn’t wait to turn it into a new pattern! The Luscious One Skein Cowl can be made in just one evening, and I think it’s going to be a staple in my wardrobe – as soon as we get some Fall weather to go with it! Disclaimer: This post includes affiliate links. The Luscious One Skein Cowl is just long enough to drape beautifully and frame the face (and keep the chest warm!). If you prefer a longer infinity scarf style, you’ll need another skein or two, but it’s easy to upsize – just add to the starting row by a multiple of 8 sts!

Tropical Delight Square Photo Guide For Rounds 1-9 This beautiful crocheted square is a pattern called Tropical Delight and it was designed by Susan Stevens. The pattern, which has been out of print for some time, was recently made available for free by mellie of Mellieblossom.com. After I made this square, I posted a picture of it on a Ravelry forum thread, where it garnered a lot of interest! But because it is a very, very involved....and challenging pattern, I thought it would be nice to have a photo guide of the first 9 rounds to go along with the pattern. Hopefully... it will make the instructions a little more clear. This is only a photo guide with minimal notes.

an 'ordinarily extraordinary' blanket how to... for me i like to do simple crocheting projects, and this blanket could not be more simpler... i often wish i was the sort to lay out all the yarn before hand, and have some clue as to what one is aiming for. Search Results Three days sweater October 30, 2011 § Super bulky yarn, a big cowl and cables = one great sweater! Pas à pas écharpe/snood au tricotin (ang) Like I said in my previous post, this post has nothing to do with cooking, so look away if you’re not interested. After posting a picture on my Instagram about my recent knitting obsession, I had a couple of people ask me about knitting with the loom. There are tons of tutorials online to learn how to knit using sticks, but not as many using a knitting loom. Since I had a camera and was starting a new project, I figured I’d make my own tutorial if anyone else wanted to learn the easier way to knit.

How to do the Russian Join to make a Magic Ball in Yarn Have you heard of a Magic Ball? It’s a ball of yarn that changes colors and textures as you work. It’s something offered by a number of artisan yarn makers… but it’s also something you can make yourself with your leftover yarn! Rainbow Dash Baby Blanket Rainbow Dash Baby Blanket This Free Crochet Pattern is an adorable baby blanket that is bright and cheery… It can be made using one or more colors to get the effect you desire. Great texture front and back too! If you love this blanket… Add it to your Ravelry queue and favorites… Click here! Issue 14 Spots Make 3 spots each (Rnds 1-5) in the following color combinations: CC1: Turquoise; CC2: Aqua CC1:Aqua; CC2: Turquoise CC1: Red; CC2: Orangeade CC1: Orangeade; CC2: Red CC1: Gold; CC2: Banana CC1: Banana; CC2: Gold CC1: Sage; CC2: Pistache CC1: Pistache; CC2: Sage CC1: Purple; CC2: Amethyst CC1: Amethyst; CC2: Purple Rnd 1 (RS): In CC1, using a double ring start, ch 4, [dc into double ring, ch 1] 11 times; join with slip st in 3rd ch of beginning ch-4. Break yarn. This will make a wagon wheel shape with 12 "spokes" made from the 11 dc and ch-3 with a ch-1 sp between each st. Rnd 2: With RS facing, join CC2 in any ch-1 sp; ch 3 (counts as dc now and throughout), dc in same sp, ch 1, [2 dc in next ch-1 sp, ch 1] 11 times; join with slip st to first dc.

Flannel Receiving Blankets I'm starting to think that there is something in the water. Friends, left and right, are turning up pregnant. Thrilled with the good news, I've become a receivin'-blanket-makin' machine. No sooner am I done with one, then I am on to the next. Free crochet patterns Techniques used in this pattern (British term / American term): Chain stitch – ch Slip stitch – sl.st

soda fountain scarf I pretty much adore anything mid-century mod, and this style is happily somewhere in the late 50s and early 60s. It’s got that “quilted” look so characteristic of that era. (You know what I’m talking about – you see “quilted” bowls and console cabinets at West Elm all the time. Well, I do. Free crochet patterns Techniques used in this stitch (British term / American term): Chain stitch – ch Double crochet / Single crochet – dc / sc Half treble / Half double crochet – h.tr / h.dc

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