Crochet Pattern - Jar cosy ... I first tried these back in February and used this pattern by Nature Nut Notes, and I recently came across this lovely granny jar cover pattern by Meanyjar, but I was greedy and wanted to try more! I played around with a couple of different stitch patterns I'd wanted to try out and the one I was most taken with was the arcade stitch. I really enjoyed this stitch, so I thought I'd have a go at making a jar cosy using it. I loved the way they turned out so I've attempted to write out the pattern below :) This is the first cosy I made, I used crab stitch to finish off the top. I then got filled with Christmas spirit and thought these would be a great way to decorate bottled gifts, I used the Jolly Holly pattern from Lucy at Attic24. And these are the cosies I have created a pattern for - I hope you like them as much as I do - but if not I've added a picture of them looking all warm and glowy to try and win you over ;) Crochet Jar Cosy Pattern download now Hook: 3.5mm Stitches: Slip Stitch = Ss
Crochet Cuffed Baby Booties Pattern I started playing around with my Crochet Rain Boots pattern and adapted it into these cute little cuffed booties! Enjoy the the pattern and be sure to follow my instructions on where to start, end and join your rounds since it is different than the rain boots pattern! Always begin your rounds in the same stitch as your chain. In rounds 2-5 you will end your rounds in the same stitch as your chain. So technically you will be adding an extra stitch to each round. I have found that this helps keep the heal flatter. Crochet Cuffed Baby Booties Size: 6-12 months Supplies: Vanna’s Choice® medium worsted weight yarn in two colors Crochet hook size G-6 (4.0 mm) tapestry needle for weaving in ends Buttons for embellishments Abbreviations: ch – chain SC – Single CrochetHDC – Half Double Crochet *** You may make and sell products from my patterns but if you do I ask that you link back to my post.
L definition name Knowing the definition name of a child will assist in matching the chosen name with their compatible star sign. The name origin, it's meaning, and the star sign under which the child was born, all contribute insight into the qualities and personality traits this child may possess. My favorite top 5 “L” names are as follows – Girl’s Baby Names – Lacy, Lachelle, Layla, Lara, Larissa – Definition Name - From Greek origin meaning “cheerful, grateful.” Boy’s Baby Names – Liam, Lindsay, Lewis, Lucas, Lyle – Definition Name - From French origin meaning “from the island.” Work the baby’s definition name onto your child clothing or baby toy making your baby gift unique. The free monogram patterns available here may be worked in lighter weight yarn or thread, depending on the finished size required. If the terminology used in this pattern differs from what you're used to, check my equivalency tables for easy conversion. Capital Letter “L” Pattern Materials: 8ply yarn, 3.50mm crochet hook. Work 14ch.
Baby Owl Booties By JC DesignsSIZE/MEASUREMENTS newborn - 3 months old (3.5" sole) MATERIALS *Crochet hook size: 4.0mm *Worsted weight yarn: Brown, Pink, White & Orange or any color of choice *2 12mm pink buttons for straps *4 10mm black buttons for eyes *2 small flowers *Tapestry Needle *Hot Glue PATTERN NOTES Numbers in ( ) at the end of each round or row indicate the total number of stitches for that round or row. F/O and weave in ends. F/O and weave in ends. EYES with white & make 4 8 hdc in magic ring, sl st into the first 2 hdc's to give it a even look NOSE with orange & make 2 ch 4, sl st in 2nd ch from hook, hdc in next ch, dc in last ch (3) ASSEMBLY Sew the 12mm buttons for the straps. Moster Lene kindly translated the pattern in Danish. Have a nice crochet time! This pattern is an original pattern by Janet Carrillo "JC Designs" (August 2012).
Crochet DROPS cat in "Paris" DROPS PARIS UNI COLOUR (50g) 3.35 USD DROPS 152-155 are now available in the stores for $2 per catalog – no yarn purchase required! The catalogs are printed in a limited edition, so visit your local DROPS store today! Find the DROPS Spring & Summer 2014 Collection here! The DROPS knitting and crochet experts are also working full time making new tutorial videos for this new collection! NOTE: This pattern is written in American English. MAGIC CIRCLE: When piece is worked in the round, start with this technique to avoid holes in the middle (instead of ch-ring): Hold the yarn end and wind the yarn one time around the index finger to make a loop. WORK IN THE ROUND IN A CIRCLE: After last sc on the round, continue to next round with 1 sc in next sc (= the first sc from previous round). WORKING 2 SC TOG: * Insert hook in next st, get yarn *, repeat from *-* one more time, make a YO and pull yarn through all 3 sts on hook ARM: Worked in the round in a circle with black on hook size 4 mm / G/6.
Beaded Chains Bracelet and Necklace If you’re having difficulty at Row 13 “end the row with ch sts”, this means that you end the row not with beads but rather with 3 or 5 or so chain stitches. The bracelet looks nicer if the beads weren’t directly next to the placket.Thanks, Laurie, for raising this question! The April CAL at the Ravelry Group on Crocheted Jewelry is Gene Pascual’s 7-Days Summer Bracelet. When Merri posted one of her projects on the group I saw that it was a beaded version of Gene’s bracelet. The chain and beaded chain design is a very versatile one and from the photos, it is possible to come up with your own pattern. Below is the pattern for my Beaded Chain Bracelet. My Beaded Chains Bracelet Beaded Chains Bracelet by Fatima Lasay (firstname.lastname@example.org) Hook:Bracelet: Aluminum crochet hook size Japan 5/0 (3.0mm)Necklace: Aluminum crochet hook size Japan 3/0 (2.2mm) The Beaded Chain Bracelet is crocheted in one piece. Design notes: The bracelet is crocheted in one piece. Detail of the bracelet buttonhole.
Heidi Hedgehog Several months ago I had been given some James C Brett Vixen yarn - I had no idea when I would ever use it. Then it came to me, this is destined to become a hedgehog or two. Apparently the yarn is discontinued but it is an eyelash yarn - whatever that means. I was so pleased with the end result that I have copied the pattern here, so anyone can make a cute friend for themselves. Yarn – Double knitting oddments in beige and black. PATTERN (English terms used) English dc = US sc Finished size – approximately 14 cm (5½ inches) in length. Body With beige and 3 mm hook make 2 chain. 1st round: 6 dc (remember this is the equivalent of US sc) into 2nd chain from hook. 2nd round: 1 ch,, 2 dc into same stitch as chain, 1 dc into next dc, [2 dc into next dc, 1 dc into next dc] 2 times. 3rd round: 1 ch, 1 dc into each stitch to end, sl st into first dc. 4th round: 1 ch, 2 dc into same stitch as chain, 1 dc into next 2 dc, [2 dc into next dc, 1 dc into next 2 dc] 2 times. Insert stuffing at this point.
Linda Cyr LOVES yarn | When Linda Cyr was 5 years old, her mother (out of desperation to keep two active children occupied) taught her how to knit. Fast-forward many years. Linda graduated with an engineering degree from Princeton and entered the corporate world. Following the birth of her second child, Linda gracefully exits the corporate world. Hundreds of projects (and even a stint as an 11th hour substitute as the technical expert on a TV series!) “Why do I love yarn? Working as a designer, I love the challenges that the editors toss my way. But the real reason that I love Yarn is because Yarn never asks 'What's for dinner?' It may not put food on the table, but I get all the yarn I want!” Owl Cell Phone Cozy Celebrate I Love Yarn Day with this easy cell phone cozy! By Linda Cyr www.redheart.com www.crochettoday.com Download the instructions What You’ll Need RED HEART® Super Saver®, Art. Finished Measurements Cozy measures approximately 4½ x 6¼ inches [11⅜ x 15⅞ cm]. Gauge Abbreviations Body Head/Flap Feet Foot #1 Eyes
Baby Bunny Leeloo Free Crochet Pattern Little baby bunny made with yarn, we named him Leeloo .... Copyright 2012 Author: Sharon Ojala - Amigurumi To Go, All rights reserved Finished products can be sold This pattern is not to be sold. st = stitch sc = single crochet 2tog = 2 stitches together ch1 = chain one sl st = slip stitchf/o = finish off What I used to make the Bunny: worsted weight yarn - light blue bulky Kid Mohair - light blue 3.75mm hook crochet needle black embroidery thread 12mm pink safety eyes 12mm black safety eye for nose 20 gauge, 18" stem wire pliers 2 small pieces of felt hot glue Special notes: I held the 2 yarns together together and worked in continuous rounds. * if you use safety eyes remember to put them in before closing up the head. 1) magic circle with 6st (6) 2) 2sc in each st (12) *stuff head while pushing the stuffing into the sides of the head as you stuff to shape the head. 16) 1sc then 2tog (12)17) 2tog until you close the gap. f/o and hide yarn tail inside the head 1) magic circle with 6st (6)
Mrs. Murdock's Mittens Author Brenda K. B. Introduction My sister-in-law (who incidentally lives in Michigan, the nation's high-five) asked me for a no-frills crochet mitten pattern using worsted weight yarn. Materials List Size G - 6/4.00mm hookApproximately 200 yards of worsted weight yarn in color of your choice for Women's size. Finished Size These mittens are patterned for preschool sized hands with older kids and women's sizes shown in parenthesis. Preschool These mittens measure approximately 6.5" in length, including ribbed cuff. Older kids These mittens measure approximately 8" from ribbing edge, to fingertip. Women's Size These mittens fit most women's hands. Star measures 2 ¼" from tip to tip. Gauge 17 sts and 18 rows worked in sc = 4" x 4" Notes Abbreviations and terms used in this pattern: Ch = chain Dc = double crochet (used in star pattern only) Hdc = half double crochet (used in star pattern only) sc = single crochet sc2tog = single crochet 2 stitches together. Sl st = slip stitch st(s) = stitch (stitches)
Granny Square Pattern I have been asked to share my granny square pattern and since I customized my version from various patterns I thought I'd jot it down. My pattern is a smorgasbord of bits and pieces and came about after many yarn trials and abandoned grannies. I am sure this one is not a new one however and must exist somewhere? Hope it makes sense and enjoy! Chain 4 and join into a ring with a slip stitch. ROUND 1: Ch 3, work 11 dc's around and join to third chain of beginning chain with a slip stitch. (12 dc's total) Cut yarn and pull through. ROUND 2: Ch 3, work 1 dc in between 2 dc's of previous row. ROUND 3: Ch 3, work first corner (dc1, ch2, dc2) between dc of previous row, then work 2 dc's in between each of the next 2 dc spaces from previous row. Weave in all those annoying and pesky yarn ends. Still working on my blanket in progress, below.