Adding a Crochet Edge to Paper – Valentines & Frames I am so excited to finally share this fun crochet project! For the past month I’ve been trying to come up with a way to use my old 2011 calendars. They were far to pretty to just put in the recycling bin so I decided to recycle them in my own way. I initially thought I wanted to make a bunting, then a photo album, but I knew I had to incorporate some yarn into this project. Wonderful DIY Easy Crochet Button Flowers These pretty crochet button flowers is easy for any beginners ! And it’s a nice idea to use out those recycled buttons or beautiful collected buttons on crochet projects . Using them as hairpin, brooch or other fashion accessories, or add them to a bag, scarf, shoes ,hat ,or toy…anywhere you want, get crafty and enjoy! Thanks very much to CRAFTANDFUN notice us for updating the pattern in English ! Click here for Free Pattern from “Craftandfun” Click here for the video tutorial from “Youtube”
Christmas ideas. Crochet snowflakes. Good day, girls. One Christmas idea more A new snowflakes made of crochet to decorate your home with diagram: And this is my result: Irish Crochet Once again, I have allowed many days to elaspe since my last blog posting. Thank you to anyone still coming around to see me, such an unreliable reporter. :-) And thanks always for the comments. I receive them via email, and often respond, but am never sure if anyone gets my reply... so may start responding in the comments, themselves. How to Join Solid Granny Squares This is Part 2 of my Daisy Afghan tutorial. In this post I will show you how to join your solid granny squares and then a quick look at how you can stitch on your daisy appliqué (or any appliqué for that matter). You can find Part 1: How to make Solid Granny Squares using the Grit Stitch HERE <---Click on highlighted text. But first lets start with another sneak peek of the finished blanket! At the end of the last tutorial, we talked about laying your squares out in the way you want them to look in your afghan.
Sweet girl applique Hi there, I revised one of my older free patterns called Sweet girl applique. I made some changes, added many pictures, wrote the text clearer and it is ready for you :-) No long talks today and let's go to crochet :-) Oh, after all I have to say something - the design of this cute little girl is not entirely mine. I tuned it to a collection of fashion brand Next 2010. Me and my little one Natalka like this little cute girl very much, so I made it as a crochet applique too.
wonderfuldiy There’s really no such thing as having too many baby blankets — something every parent would probably agree on! This is why one of the most amazing gifts any well-wisher can offer a baby or toddler of any age is a stunningly beautiful handmade baby blanket – a genuine one-of-a-kind never to be repeated. But while there are thousands of different ways a baby blanket can be crocheted … well, let’s just say we think we’ve found the pick of the bunch! What you’re looking at here is a wholly unique 6 petal puff flower baby blanket, which is less a useful accessory and more a work of art in its own right! Any parent in the world would be blown-away to receive one of these as a gift and any baby would be lucky to have one to snuggle up with.
How to Make a Flat Ribbon Rose Flat ribbon rose. When I started making ribbon flowers a few days ago I wanted them to decorate a black jacket. But the flowers I picked were to large and dimensional to decorate the jacket. So I started looking for flowers that would work and found the flat ribbon rose. Little Spring Mandala Pattern: Made in K-Town by Barbara Please respect my rights as designer: do not sell, share, translate, or publish any parts of my patterns (including pictures) online or elsewhere without my permission. Do not claim this pattern as your own. 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.
etoile I designed these little hanging decorations to add some colourful, homespun Hooky Goodness to my Christmas Tree this season, but there's no reason why they can't be used all year round and in all sorts of ways. I've had suggestions for using them as baby rattles, baby mobiles, as tags on wrapped gifts, or simply just as little decorative gifts to pass on to friends and family. These are quick and satisfying little things to work up, ideal to use up those little itty bits of stash yarn that you might have lurking somewhere. I personally prefer to use cotton yarn for making decorations (here I've used Rico Creative Cotton), but any yarn would be fine. I also tend to switch down a hook size for making decorations which keeps the stitches quite tight and prevents the polyester stuffing showing through the gaps.
wonderfuldiy Nothing’s as adorable as a sleeping baby’s face, new and cute, peeking out from a crochet baby blanket. Is there anything more comforting than a hand-knit baby blanket? It is one of those things that we all have fond childhood memories of, and therefore knitting one is more than just a way to pass the time till baby arrives — it’s a way of showing baby how much you care.