Garterlac Dishcloth (Edited March 16, 2009, to indicate that an alternate way of knitting this with NO cast-on edige is available here.) (Edited August 25, 2006, to indicate that a PDF version of this pattern is available here) (Edited March 25, 2007, to indicate that the tutorial that was previously on line seems to be no more. It was not my tutorial, and I can't re-create it.
Crochetbug » How to make an African Flower soccer ball This is the African Flower soccer ball I made to celebrate the 2010 World Cup in South Africa: African Flower soccer ball Detail of African Flower soccer ball The pattern was published in Afrikaans the magazine Sarie, and can be found here. Additionally, there is a tutorial available here. As for me, I first became acquainted with the African Flower Hexagon in May of 2010, and I found the motif enchanting and sublime.
Pattern: Spring Bunnies Spring has arrived! It’s been 3 years since I designed the Spring Bunnies and I know that this pattern has been dearly loved and used many times all over the world since then. If you never jumped on the bunny bandwagon, now’s your chance to join in on the fun and make your own Spring Bunny as the weather warms up and Easter approaches! This pattern originally appeared on Craftzine HERE and it is my pleasure bringing it to you on my blog for the very first time!
Shadow Tracery Stitch – Free Crochet Pattern This Free Crochet pattern teaches how to crochet the Crochet Stitch called the Shadow Tracery Stitch. To find more stitch tutorials you can find them under the category CROCHET STITCHES Other patterns that use this stitch are: Shadow Scoodie Shadow Tracery Stitch– Free Crochet pattern Metal Flowers Picture Tutorial I am just in love with my metal flowers!! Love making them in all different sizes and shapes. Getting better at each time! So many ways you can use them. Hope the picture tutorial will help you make some pretty ones too! Enjoy!
Cobblestones Stitch - Knitting Bee The Cobblestones stitch pattern and the dishcloth that I created out of this very easy stitch. Enjoy! Cast on multiples of 18 plus 5, (plus 1 edge stitch on either side) Row 1 (RS): Knit Row 2 and all even rows: Knit stitches as presented mohu blog Totoro is so cute and loveable, so of course I had to make an amigurumi version in the same style as the other animals I’ve been making. Here is a free crochet pattern so you can make your own. Materials and tools:grey yarn (I think a lighter grey than mine would look better)white feltgrey, black, and white threadstuffing6mm beads / buttons for eyescrochet hooktapestry needle for sewing yarnsmaller embroidery needle for sewing thread Size and gauge:I used medium weight yarn and a 3.5 mm (E/9) crochet hook, to make an amigurumi totoro that is about 5 cm / 2" tall. You could use thicker or thinner yarn to make a different sized amigurumi, but remember that you will need to scale the template for the felt pieces as well. Pattern:The amigurumi pattern is worked in the round, without joining the rows.
tutorial conillet de pasqua Nibble nibble, hop hop Posted on Updated on If you are a regular follower you will immediately notice that these bunnies are very closely related to some particularly cute owls made recently. You see a distant aunt on their mother’s side fell in love with a completely unsuitable (if you are an owl) rabbit… the rest, so they say, is history.
Crochet Skirt Patterns~ I found some nice skirt patterns at the club masters website. All of these posts came from there so have a look. These come with symbol patterns and measurements. The description of the yarn under the picture is translated by google from Russian so if it's a bit crude sorry. Crochet with Raymond Hellooooo!!! Here I am, back again, to finish what I began yesterday! I wonder if it seemed strange to you all that I post a tutorial on how to make a leaf….. all will come clear today, I promise! Project #10: Double Moss Kitchen Cloth originally posted August 26, 2010 Lately, I’ve been on a knitted kitchen cloth kick. I’ve been trying out new stitches and coming up with my own patterns for these cloths. I have several balls of cotton yarn in my stash in a variety of colors and they’re screaming to be stitched into something useful – and I can’t think of anything more useful than a kitchen cloth.
Angry Birds Red Cardinal and Green Pig Amigrumi Pattern The pig never saw it coming... Angry Bird is one of my mom’s favorite games and since I have made her seventy three billion NobyNoby Boys, it seemed a good idea to go with something different for her xmas gift this year, so Angry Birds it was. Things were down to the wire (it’s been nuts this year), so two amis were all I could put together, but I do believe they were a hit.