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Free Patterns: The Moogly Crochet Alphabet

Free Patterns: The Moogly Crochet Alphabet
The Moogly Crochet Alphabet has been a labor of love! So many letters, some easy, some a challenge, but all fun! These applique letters are great for the Perfect Party Pennant Garland, but they have unlimited uses. Monogram a blanket, make toy blocks, make puffy letters for beginning readers, decorate a child’s bedroom – you name it! And there are crochet number patterns available now too! Click below for the coordinating free applique patterns: The specific yarn weight and hook size doesn’t really matter for these, as long as you use a hook size a couple sizes smaller than you normally would for that yarn. The Moogly Crochet AlphabetAdd this pattern to your Ravelry Queue US – F, 3.75mm hookWorsted weight yarn, amounts varyVideo Tutorials for all stitches and techniques are available here.Klik HIER voor de Nederlandse vertaling van de Moogly Alfabet, met dank aan Elke Wellens! THE LETTER A (This one is particularly tricky! Row 1: Ch 30, sc in the 2nd ch from hook, sc in the next 12 ch.

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Women's Slippers This is a great pattern for a light weight slipper. The pattern is easily adjusted to fit any size foot. Simply finish the front of the slipper then work in rows to get the length needed. Here is a great chart for women's foot sizes. Amigurumi To Go: Panda Amigurumi Free Pattern Little Bigfoot Panda has been born, yay! This pattern has a video to go with it but due to a time crunch I did a partial video only. In the video I show how to do color changes, how to stuff the head and close up the body. I also show how to sew on the muzzle, eye patches and give options for different eyes. And how to sew on all the other parts. Block Stitch Afghan : the way I do it !!!! .....what about two more pictures of my blanket to be???? Some of you asked me how the "dots" ( I call them "rice grains"!!!) can pop out in this way, so I thought it will be nice if I show you how this happens!!!! Happy about that???

Hello Gnome Mittens: Free #Crochet Pattern on Moogly! I’ve always had a soft spot for gnomes, and marrying into a Scandinavian family meant learning all about nisses! So when Sonya of Blackstone Designs asked me to participate in the Crochet Mitten Drive Blog Hop, I took my inspiration from their iconic look! Indeed, the nisse is the bearer of gifts, and the gnome is usually seen outside in the garden, so using them as inspiration was perfect, as the goal of this Blog Hop is to provide free mitten patterns so that mittens can be made for people in need! Be sure to check out the Crochet Mitten Drive Blog Hop page for more information! For this pattern I used Lion Brand Woolspun, which is thick, warm, squishy, and easy to care for.

Sweet Flower Granny Blanket Hello my lovelies, thanks as always for taking time to call in and see me, so happy to have you here. As you can see, we're ta-dah-ing today and I am so happy, it feels to me like this moment has been such a long time coming it really does. Perhaps it has something to do with the fact that it's spanned across the turn of the year, you know? It makes it seem so long ago when I think about it starting way back Last Year. July to be precise, so six months ago. Half a year to make a modest size blanket, talk about slow progress.

Crochet Rain Boots Spring is only 4 days away! And here in the Pacific Northwest, Spring usually brings a lot of rain showers. So get your rain boots on, we are going puddle jumping! Ok, we won’t be jumping in any puddles with these crocheted rain boots, but they are a cute accessory for your pre-walker. Cluster Burst Granny Square Pattern Did you ever finish a project and find you feel a little sad because you truly enjoyed the process of making it? That’s how I felt when I finished my Granny Square Scrapghan (you can find the free pattern here). I really loved every step of making it … except maybe weaving in the ends.

The Granny Stripe Hello my friends, thank you so much for being here with me. I 'm really happy that finally, finally, I've found a (relatively) quiet little spot in my busy-busy days to sit and whizz up a multi-coloured ta-dah post to share with you all. Pheww....for a while I thought it would never happen, I can't tell you how incredibly difficult it is at the moment for me to find time to sit and write. When I first made the decision to go with the acrylic for this blanket, there was quite a bit of uncertainty and I really wasn't at all sure whether it would work out or not. I purchased the yarn on a bit of a whim really, chose the colours quite quickly in a dimly lit shop one lunch time.

Amigurumi To Go: Crochet Teddy Bear Youtube Tutorial Ears:1) magic circle or adjustable loop with 6st (6)2) 2sc in each (12) 3) 1sc then 2sc in next st (18)4) 1sc in next 5st then 2sc in next st (21)5) 1sc in next 5st then 2tog (18)6) 1sc in next 4st then 2tog (15)7) 1sc in each st for 1 row sl st next st and f/o leaving a long tail for sewing. Do not stuff the ears. Fold flat and shape. How To Crochet an Embossed Flower Granny Square - Yarn Scrap Friday Here is the written pattern for our little embossed flower granny squares! I hope you enjoy. You can watch the video tutorial here: Crochet Watermelon Coin Purse For the rest of the pattern do not join, use a stitch marker to keep track of your rounds. Sew on small black buttons on the front and back and your done! You can purchase the Sharp Crochet Hook at www.sharpcrochethook.com. On their website you will also find lots of great tutorials and patterns for crocheting edging and borders. If you are a crocheter and don’t already have one of these hooks, it is something you must add to your supplies! *** You may make and sell my patterns but if you do I ask that you link back to my post.

The Hexagon Blanket, Ta-dah! Hello, hello, thank you so much for calling in to the Attic, it's good to see you! Today my friends, as you can see, it's a Ta-dah sort of a day. A bright, hooky, blankety, hexagonal sort of day. Yes, welcome to the big Hexagon Blanket Show n Tell. Gosh, I have been so hard at work on this blanket the past week or so, I feel as if I've been through something of a hooking marathon with it.

Crochet Owl Hat Pattern in Newborn-Adult Sizes By popular demand, I am happy to present the crochet pattern for larger owl hats! But first, lets go over a couple of frequently asked questions. Q: What is a Magic Ring? A: I like to start all my hats with a magic ring. The magic ring can take some getting used to, but once you get the hang of it, it really is a great way to start crocheting in rounds. HERE is wonderful explanation on how to make a magic ring by my friend Kara from Petals to Picots.

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