Happy Mother’s Day! Free pattern: Fleur – Mahogany Turtle. Fleur is a stylish and practical hanging basket, it can be used as an odds and ends organiser, or as shown pop a cute faux succulent pot in it for an on trend decorator piece. Requirements: 75m of 12 ply yarn or you can double strand an 8ply yarn (sample shown is Moda Vera Egerton Twist) 5mm hook Darning needle Stitch marker. ProductReportCard. Grannies Two-Tone Headband - knotions. I was in the mood for something that I could work up quickly and wear out that day.
With my hair in a ponytail, I thought, why not a fun headband using one of my favorite stitch patterns? I picked crochet #10 thread because it’s lightweight, crisp in stitch definition, durable, and can easily be machine washed and dried. It does stretch a bit being 100% cotton, but the hair-tie helps it bounce back, and keep its shape. I had already decided on the Granny Stitch pattern, but I went a step further and worked it from the hair tie out to the center so the stitches wouldn’t be just one direction. In the center, I used my favorite Pull Loop Through (PLT) join method to add extra security and a little decorative element, but you could also use a simple whipstitch to join.
Working two pieces and joining together gives you the freedom to create any combination of two tones, but it also looks great in one solid color. Size Adult Large: 17” (43 cm) circumference, to fit a head size of 23” (58.5 cm)
Decatur Market Bag - Cozy & Cheer. I love farmer’s market season!
Fresh produce, all the smells wafting through the cool Spring and Summer morning air – it doesn’t get much better than that. There’s a farmer’s market at Piedmont Park on Saturday mornings, so I like to rush out and pick up produce and locally sourced eggs and meat for the week’s meals. It’s also just fun to people watch! This Decatur market bag will make carrying all of my wares a little easier and besides, it’s much more durable and stylish than a plain brown paper sack. The Inspiration & Design I wanted to make a basic market bag that has a modern design. The Yarn I’m re-using yarn again – aren’t you proud of me? Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links that earn me a small commission, at no additional cost to you. Get the ad-free, size 14 font, printable PDF pattern here.PIN this pattern to your Pinterest boards here.Add this pattern to your Ravelry queue or library here. Materials: -Caron Cotton Cakes (Aqua Breeze), 410 yards. Happy Mother’s Day! Free pattern: Fleur – Mahogany Turtle.
French Market Bag — Two of Wands. Note: Pattern is first worked in back and forth rows to form a square, which is then gathered with decrease rounds to cinch and create bag. Strap length can be adjusted. Ch 143. Row 1: Starting in 11th ch from hook, tr 1, *ch 3, sk 3, tr 1 in next ch, rep from * to end of row. Row 2: Ch 7 (counts as 1 tr and 1 ch-3 sp), tr 1 in top of next tr, *ch 3, tr 1 in top of next tr, rep from * with last tr going into 4th ch of turning ch from row below.
Rep row 2 until you have 34 vertical “squares” to match the number of horizontal “squares.” Do not cut yarn. Dragon Belly – Mijo Crochet. English below ↓ Dragon Belly är en lätt asymmetrisk sjal som virkas i varv fram- och tillbaka, från ena sidan av sjalen till den andra.
Anledningen till namnet, Dragon Belly, är att jag tänkte på hur drakmagar i barnsagor brukar se ut. Håller du med? Garnet jag använt är Scheepjes Spirit 50 g (färg 304, tre nystan) från. Spirit finns i 13 olika färger och är ett mjukt och lätt garn som består av 56 % bomull och 44 % akryl. The Dragon Belly shawl is slighty asymmetric and is crocheted back and forth, from one side to the other. I used the yarn Scheepjes Spirit 50 g (colour 304, 3 skeins).
Eftersom man själv kan bestämma antalet varv på sin Dragon Belly kan flertalet olika garner användas. You can decide how big to make your Dragon Belly by the number of rows you make, therefore you can use any yarn you like. Amy's Crochet Creative Creations: Crochet Ear-Warmer Headband (All Sizes) Tutorial. This pretty crochet headband can be created for any size.
You will create as many rows for the brim until it fits around your head. I created this pattern with medium worsted red heart soft yarn with a I hook. Abbreviationsch=chainsl st=slip stitchsc=single crochetdc=double crochetI hook Chain 9Row 1: Sc in the 2nd chain from the hook, sc in each chain across, Turn - 8 scRows 2- desired length to wrap around your head by your ears. (54 rows for my head)Ch 1, sc in each back loop across, TurnRepeat until you have desired rows.Slip stitch the two ends together. Round 1: Ch 1, Hdc in each stitch around, sl st in the beg hdc.Rnd 2: Ch 1, hdc in each back loop around, sl st in the beg hdc.
Rnd 3: Ch 1, hdc in each stitch around, sl st in the beg hdc.Rnd 4: Ch 1, hdc in each back loop around, sl st in the beg hdc. Take a yarn needle and sew from the center top until you get to the beginning of the brim and then wrap your yarn around about 6-10 times to create the knot center. Crochet Ammonite Wrist Warmers Pattern.