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Crochet Mittens Free Pattern - Mrs. Murdock's Mittens Author Brenda K. B. Anderson 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 The back bump: row 1.
Starflower Mandala: Row by Row Two or so weeks back I posted my STARFLOWER MANDALA PATTERN The original plan was to provide photos of each row - but there was such a high demand for the pattern (long weekend = lots of crochet time) - so I decided to go ahead and publish with just the few photos of the first four rows!Hundreds (maybe thousands?) of people have by now made the Starflower Mandala (the pattern has been viewed some 65 000 times! - and counting!) YAY! My original STARFLOWER MANDALAS were crocheted with Stylecraft Special DK and a 3.50mm hook, giving a finished Mandala of 33 cm in diameter. The Starflower Mandala in this post was made with Raeesah Cotton Soft DK and a 4.00mm hook, giving me a finished Mandala of 45cm in diameter. The photo above is a little bit out of focus (I was precariously perched on a wall when taking this photo!)
One Skein Crochet Gifts for Men Can you believe how close the holidays are already?! Time to give thanks for quick projects! Crafting for the men in our lives can be tough, and investing the time and money to make a sweater isn’t always realistic. Men’s Crochet Hat Pattern on JJ Crochet’s Blog: (90-100 yds) This quick beanie is dressed up with a ribbed style brim, great for guy who prefer their style simple. Looking for even more ideas? Crochet gifts for men don’t have to be a cause for stress! Project bag essentials with Lulu Loves' Emma - Simply Crochet Emma at Lulu Loves shares her must-have crochet accessories… I use this Cath Kidston basket for keeping my projects in. It’s just the right size to keep everything together and I can move it from room to room or out into the garden easily. I do most of my crocheting at home in the evenings but if I’m out and about collecting/dropping off the children I will pack what I’m working on into a smaller bag and crochet in the car. Like most people I know who knit or crochet I usually have several projects on the go. I always carry a notebook and pencil with me for jotting down ideas and pattern notes. My ipad usually lives in my basket too. I keep the hooks I’m using in a small pencil case that also carries a tapestry needle, tape measure, small scissors and a stitch counter. Lastly, a couple of pom pom makers because you just never know when the urge to make pom poms will hit you – plus, they are great for distracting bored children.
seamless + symmetrical | Sarah London 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. With 43 comments Wool-Eater CAL 2012 Effective, textured, an absolute show-stopper the Wool-Eater has become a favourite among many! With 225 comments Wool-Eater Motif CAL 2013 In 2012 we hooked a square or oblong Wool-Eater . . . 2013, and I thought it would be nice to hook a Wool-Eater Motif Blanket! With 78 comments
Free knitting patterns I knit this stocking flat A) because I don't enjoy knitting in the round andB) because I think it gives greater flexibility in working fairisle and other intarsia designs. I tend to work it on double pointed needles because during heel shaping you need to switch from working one side to the other. Materials:oddments of yarn. Cast on 25 sts, **(27 if knitting one of the stranded designs charted below)rows 1 - 3: knitrow 4: (right side) begin pattern from charts below (if required)work a total of 14 rows of pattern ending with a wrong side row. Start at the bottom of the chart for the pattern charts Heel shaping:I like to use different coloured yarn to accentuate heel. row 48: K3, K2tog through the back, k4, k2tog, k1, k2tog through the back, k4, k2tog, k3row 49: purlrow 50: K3, K2tog through the back, k2, k2tog, k1, k2tog through the back, k2, k2tog, k3 (15 stitches) (see photo step 6) row 51: purl Making Up: Cut work from the ball leaving a long end for sewing up.
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25 Crochet Techniques to Learn Cro-tatting – learn more Continuing on with the series, here is a list of 25 crochet techniques to learn to help jumpstart your crochet creativity. Some of them are specific techniques for traditional crochet and others are variations on traditional crochet. I’ve included seom information on getting started with learning each of these things. 1. Do you learn better from words and still photos than video? Many people prefer to use the magic ring to start their in-the-round project. 2. I like the tutorial from Stitch Diva that shows the anatomy of crochet stitch and explains where to put the hook to crochet in either the front or back loop only. 3. The best resource for getting started is the WonderHowTo page that shows a variety of different variations of two color crochet including how to crochet using two threads at once. 4. The most common crochet motif is the granny square so you can always start there but there are tons and tons of other motifs out there. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.
Towel Edging & Pot Holder 3 Pattern Printer-friendly version Send by email PDF version COATS & CLARK'S O.N.T. "SPEED-CRO-SHEEN" MERCERIZED COTTON, Art. C.44: 2 balls of No. 61-D Nu-Ecru; 1 ball each of No. 126 Spanish Red, No. 10-A Canary Yellow, No. 49-A Killarney and No. 76-A Aqua; and J & P. Milwards Steel Crochet Hooks No. 2/0 (double zero) and No. 10. 1 card each of red and yellow rick-rack No. 29 ... GAUGE: 6 sc make 1 inch; 11 rnds make 2 inches. POT HOLDER ... TRIMMING ... Make another piece the same way. TOWEL EDGING (Make 2) ... other patterns in leaflet:
How to crochet flowers By Fibreromance How to crochet flowers By Fibreromance Inspiration: Make your very own crochet necklace Use it as a hair clip Adore baby garment Summer crochet necklace by Fibreromance Crochet hook size 1.5 mm Crochet thread: pearl, size 3 Daisy:( large) Into magic ring: 11 SC Round 1: Inc in each 2 SC, =22 SC SL ST in next, Petal: ch 11, Working into chain: SC in second from the hook, HDC,HDC, 7 DC, skip one st sl to the next, Continue working all around, 10 petals made. SL ST around each petal (SL ST to each st previously made, second last befor tip of petal ch 1, SC to the tip, ch 1, SL ST down the petal. Smaller flower: Chain 6, SL ST to the first to firm a circle, Round 1: 12 SC into ring, SL ST to first, Round 2: *ch 3, skip one,* continue all around = 6 loops Round 3: SL ST to first loop, ch 3, 3 DC, ch 3, SL ST to the same loop, SL ST to the next loop Repeat to each loop, fasten off. Pink 3d flower: With hot pink, into magic ring 7 SC Round 1: SL ST to the first, inc 2 SC in each around =14 SC Round 1: 14 SC.
Latest Free Crochet eBooks Marie Beach Top This is a free crochet pattern for Marie Beach Top using pineapple design with photo tutorial in each step. This is a bigger version of Crochet Kid's Dress. The pineapple design in this pattern is multiple of 10. You can easily adjust the size to fit in any size you desire buy adding more chains to your foundation chain. Marie Beach Top was crochet from top to bottom with positive ease. The finished beach top is measured 34" X 15". Skill Level Easy Beginner: Level 2 Materials Needed: Hook size: 3.75MM Aunt Lydia's crochet thread #3 : 900 - 920 yards / more than 6 balls color maize or your desired color Stitch Guide Sl St: Slip Stitch Beg Shell: Sl st up to the 2ch sp, ch3, dc, ch2, 2dc in specified stitch. Shell Stitch: 2dc, ch2, 2dc in specified stitch, click here for details. V-St: dc, ch3, dc in specified stitch. Picot: ch3, sl st in specified st, click here for details. Gauge 4" - 21 sts / 8 rows of dc's Terms Ch: Chain Dc: Double Crochet Sc: Single Crochet Sl St: Slip Stitch Sp: Space Rep: Repeat