Attic24 Every time I look at this yarn rainbow the very sight of it makes me soooooooo happy!!! Isn't happy colour a wonderful, wonderful thing? I think so, I really do, I feel like I can gaze at these colours and absorb all the vibrant, happy brightness into my soul and feel the warmth radiating. Simple pleasures..... I've had this Sunny yarn in my yarn bag for many months now, 18 shades of Summer Sunshine looking radiant right there. Some of the colours individually could be quite tricky to work with (bright in-your-face Citron, I'm looking at you here!)
How to crochet a pin cushion There’s nothing more lovely than a round crochet pin cushion. They look so adorable, and they’re the perfect size to sit in the palm of your hand and pretend you are the cover star of Mollie Makes. Today’s Tutorial Tuesday brings you a free crochet pin cushion pattern from Emma Birer of Daffodils and Snowdrops. Read on to find out how to make your pin cushion… 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!
Crochet Stitch Photo Tutorial – Forked Half Double Crochet A photo tutorial for a solid stitch, perfect for making warm hats, strong bags, and anything that needs a tighter weave. It is like a combination of the half double and double crochet stitches, but much more visually interesting and can be worked in any number of chains or spaces! I used this stitch to make a baby blanket and warm winter hats, all of which I’m donating to Hooks of Hope, a chapter of the charity, Crochet for Cancer, which gives handmade crocheted hats, blankets, and loveys to those suffering from cancer. The abbreviation for the stitch, which you’ll see in written patterns, is FK HDC. Step #1:
Mochi Plus : Annette Petavy Design, Modèles de crochet: châles, accessoires, vêtements - Kits de crochet Welcome to my shop, dedicated to creativity in knitting and crochet! Here you will find patterns for crochet and knitting projects, created by independent designers, as well as yarns, books and tools. If you are a returning customer, you will notice that the shop has changed. You will have to create a new customer account - I'm sorry for the inconvenience.
Petite Purls Blog Today I will tell you about our sponsors from the Marketplace: Three Fates Yarn and Pollika. Three Fates Yarn is owned and operated by Stephania Fregosi, who happens to be an old friend of mine from college! She offers hand-dyed, hand-painted and kettle-dyed sock yarns and fiber for knitters, crocheters and other crafters. Her colors are vibrant and she offers many different weights of yarn. I had the opportunity to catch up with Stephania and see her yarns at Vogue Knitting Live in Seattle last Spring, and they are lovely. On her Etsy profile, Stephania explains about the title of her business, Three Fates:
How to make crochet placemats Looking for a quick and easy project? Crochet a set of placemats with this free tutorial from dutch crafter Jorine Tieleman You need Basic yarn in different colours and a crochet needle (size 4.5) ** = repeat Step 1 Chat 6, join together by June Gilbank Don’t miss the launch discount, at the end of this post! Now it’s November, I’m so excited to finally be able to launch my new Christmas patterns that I’ve been developing for the past few months: a perfectly-shaped Gingerbread Man and Girl! Chunky and flat, just like the edible version, my Gingerbread Family are crocheted amigurumi-style (in a continuous spiral) and are almost seamless, so you have minimal sewing to complete them. I can crochet and assemble a complete Gingerbread Man (minus the face and any other embellishments) in less time than it takes to watch a TV episode, so under 45 minutes – how’s that for speedy?! I’m imagining an army of amigurumi gingerbread for sale at Christmas craft fairs etc, and easy seasonal gifts for everyone who appreciates a little handmade whimsy.
seamless + symmetrical november :: mystery crochet project Hooks at the ready! Let's get started with this month's mystery crochet project. To make this project all you need to know how to do is to make a basic granny square. EXTERMIKNIT! Dalek knitting pattern Even the Doctor might feel differently about Daleks if faced with one of these cuddly monsters. This pattern will let you knit your very own plushy Dalek, to keep for yourself or give away. Knit a whole army and prepare for world domination! If you use this pattern, I would love to hear from you. How to crochet granny ripple I am sure many of you who can crochet fairly well may not know how to crochet a granny ripple. While I was crocheting my vibrant pillow 3 I thought I would make a tutorial on granny ripple but for some reason I couldn't do it then. Here it is now. Once you get started and go in the right direction granny ripples are fun to make, but getting started is what irks me a lot. The major problem here is deciding upon the number of chains to start with. Since you are not going to work in a straight pattern the length of the chains that you make at the beginning have to be somewhere around one and half times the length of the finished pattern.