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Free Vintage Patterns List

Free Vintage Patterns List

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Over 200 Free Crocheted Afghan Patterns The best FREE patterns so WONDERFUL people like YOU can create and SHARE! Please let us know about any broken links that you find. THANKS Thousands of free patterns Search AllCrafts.net Over 200 Free Crocheted Afghan Patterns at AllCrafts.net CRADLE PURSE designed by Irene Duquette 2002 This purse measures 5" by 5" and is adorable. It will please any little girl. Click on picture to see larger view of it. Materials: Caron Simply Soft or any other soft type worsted weight yarn (2 colors). Approx. 2 ounces

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Amigurumi for Beginners Ever since I started my blog, it’s been great connecting with people from a wide variety of backgrounds in crochet. Some have been crocheting for years but have never tried crocheting stuffed animals. Some used to crochet but gave it up as life got too busy. Some have never picked up a crochet hook before in their life but are interested in learning! Crocheting is easy to learn and now there are so many resources out there on-line. I learned how to crochet from a book when I was younger, but now with the existence of YouTube, I think it’s easier to learn from videos as you can see it all in action!

Waffle Crotchet Tutorial You may remember in the Wash Your Washcloths post a dish cloth featured and I said I would show you the stitch.... Here 'tis. It's my all time go to for blankets. Christmas Potholders Pattern - Free Crochet Pattern for Potholders in Christmas Colors Use this free potholder pattern for making crocheted potholders in Christmas colors. These potholders are worked in afghan stitch, and are embellished with cross stitched accents. Guaranteed to put you in a festive mood - bake your Christmas cookies, cakes and pies in style using these cheerful potholders, or crochet several sets to give as gifts to all the cooks on your Christmas shopping list. Potholders make excellent Christmas gifts! They work up relatively quickly, and they don't use much yarn, making them quite economical. Materials:

Crochet Giraffe Pattern Amended on 22/06/13 Here is my pattern for my little Giraffe. This is the first crochet pattern I’ve written, so I hope that it’s ok. I’m the master of dropping or gaining stitches, so don’t worry if you do too. Brooklyn Boot Cuffs, Free Crochet Pattern Fall is here and it is my favorite Season of the year when it is neither too hot nor too cold. I love how the leaves change colors and the the gentle rustling of the winds play music in the air. I adore the sound of the word "Autumn", as romantic as the Season itself. Boots and cowls are my favorite accessory for Fall and what better way to jazz it up than with a pair of boot cuffs. Crochet yourself a pair and turn one pair of boots in to many. iPad 2 Cozy (or Book Cozy) You need:approx. 100g sock yarn (or a small stack of scraps)3.50 mm (E) hookone button Note: this pattern uses American terms, the British terms are in [brackets]. This cozy snugly fits an iPad 2, the dimensions of which are 9.5 inches (24.12 cm) x 7.31 inches (18.57 cm). Sock yarn is stretchy and I wanted a snugly-fitting cover, so it's slightly smaller than the device itself. A note about gauge Gauge. Ugh.

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