A real dress charm. Standard follows. - Crochet Designs Free Elegant dress for special occasions, I am very happy to show this lovely free model super beautiful crochet is very easy to do. I hope you like it too well as I liked. Follows the graph for the free production of this model. The colors are free, you pick. It's a real charm to a class of woman do not you think? I hope you liked. Tricot à partir de votre cachette: tirer le meilleur parti de votre fils! While most people spend the first few weeks of January thinking about diet- and exercise-related resolutions for the new year, we knitters have all resolved to buy less yarn and to knit only from our stashes. Am I right? You did, didn’t you? Of course, like all resolutions, these intentions will be abandoned by March 1; however, while we dig around in and rediscover our lovely stashes, I thought I would put together a quick tutorial on how to use up every last bit of sock yarn, for the stashbusting inclined.
Card-Blanc by Kathy Martin: Crochet Day Over the weekend I finished my latest crochet project....this colorful sampler scarf. It started out to be a blanket, but I decided to make it into a scarf because I thought it was too fun and colorful not to! I almost can't wait until winter to wear it! ;) I think I'll still make a blanket a little later. Aren't these colors and stitches fun? For some reason, my popcorn stitches didn't pop as much as I'd hoped. knitty.com Frog pond edition In Japan, the kajika goes kerokero. In Spain the rana sings cruá-cruá. A beka would say bre-ke-ke in Hungary.
Missie Krissie: Tutorial: how to make vintage lace flowers... Is it possible to have too much lace? (The one below looks small- it's not, it's huge!) *Scoff* No way!But when one does have so much lace, one should find projects to do with it. Knit Nature Motif: Blue Tit (Bird) Click to zoom BLUE TIT (Bird) Materials: (A) white yarn(B) blue yarn(C) black yarn(D) olive yarn(E) yellow yarn4 double-pointed needlesbatting (fiber-fill)2 black beadssoft jewelry-making wiresmall pliers (optional) Nouvelle ligne outil de tricotage: taille Calculator Shaping So it's Friday. It's Spring. Don't you think we all deserve a little teensy goodie today? Basics of the Artfully Simple Infinity Scarf The Artfully Simple Infinity Scarf pattern includes written instructions and a chart… and now there’s a video that gives a basic overview of how to get it started! Getting past the start of Row 2 was tripping a few people up (so if it gave you trouble, you’re not alone), but hopefully the following video will make it all clear! So as you can see, the spiral forms because you don’t slip stitch and chain to start each new row – they’re just made in continuous strips around and around in a circle. If you look at the photo below, you can see that it just keeps going and going and going.