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'Round the Crochet Table

'Round the Crochet Table
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Cro-tat Tatting with a Crochet Hook Please compare the photo of a crochet designed for tatting with a regular crochet hook. The tatting crochet hool has a straight non-tapered shank similar to a tatting needle while a regular crochet hook has a tapered shank and often a wide spot for ease of handling in the center. Tatting with a Crochet Hook Instructions from 1869 Godey's Lady Book Vol. 78, page 271. This page of patterns was rescued from obscurity by Rebecca Hollenbaugh, former editor of Old Time Crochet And these instructions were typed and the scans of the diagrams made usable by Tammy Rodgers. "Tat over the crochet hook, instead of over the thread with a shuttle. The double knots are worked over the hook in the same manner as with a shuttle over the thread, and the latter is drawn through by the hook. the thread goes in it with it double through the knots, and according to Fig. 5, forms a loop before the beginning of the knots, through which, as also shown in Fig. 5, 2d . Any questions?

Spring Lacy Hat - Free Pattern with Tutorial and Chart The pattern is written for toddler size, but you can adapt for a smaller/ bigger size, making less/more rounds with increases for the crown of the hat. Each round you'll increase 12 stitches. Other sizes can be obtained also using other yarn weight and hook size. Materials: - 1 skein of Caron Simply Soft, colors of your choice (2, 3 or how many colors you want) - 4.5 mm crochet hook Special stitch:tw sc: twisted sc See the stitch instructions in my Twisted Single Crochet Tutorial . Notes: (Update 22.02.2014 - I modified the crown of the hat for better results) For the crown of the hat, starting with the second round, replace the first dc of the round with ch2 (NOT ch3) and finish each round with 1slst into the top of the first dc from beg of round (NOT slst in the top of the chain)!!! The Ch2 does not counts as a stitch! At the end of each round of the crown, count your stitches! Be sure not to miss that stitch! For the shell pattern the ch3 counts as the first dc. The crown of the hat

"About" tutes and patterns Half-Double Crochet Preemie Baby Cap - Free Pattern - Handcrafting With Love These instructions give the number of stitches and dimensions for a preemie cap in 5 sizes: X-Small (XS), Small (SM), Medium (MD), Large (LG) and X-Large (XL). The instructions show a number followed by 4 numbers in parenthesis corresponding to the sizes XS (SM, MD, LG, XL). Materials needed: Approximately ¾ to 1 oz. baby or sport weight yarn Crochet hook size F (Increase or decrease your hook size if you crochet tightly or loosely.) Blunt end yarn needle Gauge: The length of the rows will vary slightly depending on the yarn you use and your tension. Instructions: All rows are worked in the back loop only to create the ribbed effect. Chain 22 (26, 30, 33, 36). Row 1: Hdc in 3rd chain from hook and in next 16 (20, 23, 26, 29) chains. Row 2: Sc in first 3 (3, 4, 4, 4) stitches. Row 3: Hdc in first 17 (21, 24, 27, 30) stitches. Note: Turning chains are not counted as a stitch. Repeat rows 2 and 3 until cap measures approximately 5 (6, 7, 8 ¼, 9 ½) inches. Finishing

Crochet Guild of America Preemie Crochet Hat Pattern Crochet a cute little hat to help provide comfort and support for premature newborns and their families. If you aren’t already familiar with sites collecting donations in your community, you might want to try local churches, hospitals, or your local yarn store. If you don’t mind mailing them, I know my local yarn shop, Close Knit Yarns, would be happy to receive your hats (I asked them!) Here’s what you will need: approximately 38 yds cotton or acrylic worsted weight yarn (no wool; shown here in Berroco Remix in the colorway Old Jeans 3927)I/5.5 mm hook1.25 in. (35 mm) pom pom maker (optional) <- affiliate linkyarn needle and scissors Click here to reference Crochet Abbreviations. Add this pattern to your Ravelry library. Gauge: approximately 11 hdc and 9 rows = 4 in. Finished hat measures approximately 4 in. from crown to brim (not counting the pom pom) and 9 in. circumference. Round 1: Ch 1 (does not count as st here and throughout), work 8 hdc in ring, join — 8 sts.

Crafting Archive for the 'Crafting' Category A Fast and Easy Yarn-Themed Ornament December 1st, 2013 by Guest With less than a month to go until Christmas, it’s fun to make quick and easy little projects to add a festive touch to your home. Friend of Lion Brand, Chris Zimmerman, of the Midwest Fiber & Folk Art Festival sent us this photo of his great ornament idea from the last holiday season. We were invited to bring an ornament to trade instead of a gift to trade with other attendees at the party. Enjoy!! For more ornament ideas from LionBrand.com, click here. Posted in Crafting | 10 Comments Kitchen-Safe Dyeing, Part 3: Grape Juice November 26th, 2013 by Guest Sister and brother duo, Elizabeth and Robby Miracle, first created this dyeing series for a Lion Brand newsletter several years ago. Creating your own dyes can be a fun and exciting way to personalize projects. After trying our dyes, you will probably want to experiment with other natural food dyes of your own. Dye Bath with Grape Juice (more…)

charity_preemies Info on Making Items for Preemies The following information was posted to one of my e-mail lists. I e-mailed the member for permission to reprint the article and she graciously allowed me to share it with you all. I have organized it by topic and highlighted important information for your convenience but the words are hers. Also I have included additional information from Aunt B below Maureen’s article. Please also note that while white is suggested here for blankies, I have made preemie hats in many colors for preemie efforts which have been readily received. Crocheting for Preemies©2007 Maureen Moniz I can tell you from 20 + years of personal experience as a NICU nurse, the preemie items ARE CERTAINLY USED by the NICU nurses in any hospital.This is especially true of inner city hospitals that serve a low income population and therefore the parents may not have the means to purchase even little personal items for their baby. Thanks to Maureen for providing this valuable information.

Teresa's 10 minute preemie hat You are welcome to share the pattern. The more babies that can benefit from it the better. The only request that I have is that it be used for charity projects not items to be sold. The more of God's little ones that can be kept warm the better :) And here is the pattern.... Teresa's 10 Minute Preemie Hat Materials: G Hook Soft Worsted Weight Yarn **I have timed this pattern and it actually only takes me 10 minutes to make a hat. Rnd 8 Variations: * Ch 1, reverse sc around, join & fasten off. * Ch 1, sc around, join & fasten off. * Ch 1, sc, *ch 1, sc*, repeat * around, join & fasten off. This is an excellent pattern to use up scraps, just make each row, a different color, or make hat one color and Rnd 8 a different color. (c)Teresa Bowman - 2004 You may use or share this pattern for charity purposes only.

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31+ Cute Free Crochet Patterns for Babies There are currently no images from other crafters. close Terms & Conditions You must enter into this Agreement if you want to submit digital images or other content to Prime Publishing through Sharing Customer Images (the "Service"). As used in this Agreement, "we" or "Prime Publishing" means Prime Publishing, LLC. and "you" means the individual or entity submitting materials to Prime Publishing. Any individual or entity that wants to use the Service must accept the terms of this Agreement without change. 1) Eligibility. 2) Definitions. 3) License Grant for Materials. 4) Removal of Materials. 5) License for Name, Trademarks and Likenesses. 6) Specifications and Guidelines. 7) Representations, Warranties and Indemnities. 8) Restrictions. 9) No Obligation. 10) Changes to Agreement. 11) Prime Publishing Intellectual Property. 12) Communications. 13) Waiver. 14) Disclaimer. 15) Miscellaneous. Sharing Your Own Images Who can share images? You! What should I share? What shouldn't I share?

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