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I couldn’t find the pattern for this cute amigurumi owl….however,I did find a pattern here for one similar to it.
I am having trouble posting pictures and even some text.Anyone else having these issues?Any tips?

I couldn’t find the pattern for this cute amigurumi owl….however,I did find a pattern here for one similar to it.

I am having trouble posting pictures and even some text.Anyone else having these issues?Any tips?

This is a Japanese flower scarf!I’m in love with it!I must make it.I found it  here. She has tons of gorgeous things to share on her blog.The instructions on how to make these flowers can be found in the book: MOTIF BOOK VOL 4 - Japanese Crochet Book ,which unfortunately is written in Japanese!Ugh!So I will have to go search for a similar pattern!
Looks like it’ll be worth it though!
  • This is a Japanese flower scarf!I’m in love with it!I must make it.I found it  here. She has tons of gorgeous things to share on her blog.The instructions on how to make these flowers can be found in the book: MOTIF BOOK VOL 4 - Japanese Crochet Book ,which unfortunately is written in Japanese!Ugh!So I will have to go search for a similar pattern!
  • Looks like it’ll be worth it though!
Amigurumi cuteness!

Amigurumi cuteness!

Instructions on how to crochet this cute little heart badge can be found here:http://www.craftyarncouncil.com/node/1334

Instructions on how to crochet this cute little heart badge can be found here:http://www.craftyarncouncil.com/node/1334

Crocheting a scarf for my little one!

Crocheting a scarf for my little one!

Do you crochet??? Got any nice patterns to share?
like this one?

Chain stitch (ch)Chain stitch (ch) Double crochet (dc)Single crochet (sc)Half treble crochet (htr)Half double crochet (hdc) Treble crochet (tr)Double crochet (dc)Double treble crochet (dtr)Treble crochet (tr) Triple treble crochetDouble treble crochet (dtr)Cast offBend off / fasten offTensionGauge
Round 1: 4 chain stitches. Make a loop with a slip stitch into the first chain stitch.Round 2: 2 chain stitches (= the first double crochet), 2 dc into the loop, 1 chain stitch. *3 dc into the loop, 1 chain stitch*.Repeat from * to * 3 times in total. Finish the round with a slip stitch into the first dc (the one made from 2 chain stitches). You will now have 4 clusters of dcs around the loop. Turn the work. Round 3:2 chain stitches, 2 dc into the hole (made by the chain stitch from the previous round), 1 chain stitch, 3 dc into the same hole, 1 chain stitch. *3 dc into the next hole, 1 chain stitch, 3 dc into the same hole, 1 chain stitch*. Repeat from * to* throughout the round. Finish with a slip stitch into the first dc. Turn the work.

Round 4:2 chain stitches, 2 dc into the hole, 1 chain stitch.*3 dc into the next hole, 1 chain stitch, 3 dc into the same hole, 1 chain stitch, 3 dc into the next hole, 1 chain stitch*.Repeat from * to * 3 times in total.3 dc into the next hole, 1 chain stitch, 3 dc into the same hole, 1 chain stitch.Finish with a slip stitch into the first dc. Turn the work.Round 5-12:2 lchain stitches, 2 dc into the hole, 1 chain stitch.*3 dc into the next hole, 1 chain stitch*.Repeat from * to * throughout the round.Finish with a slip stitch into the first dc. Turn the work.Cut the yarn and assemble.

Do you crochet??? Got any nice patterns to share?

like this one?

Chain stitch (ch)Chain stitch (ch) Double crochet (dc)Single crochet (sc)
Half treble crochet (htr)Half double crochet (hdc) Treble crochet (tr)Double crochet (dc)
Double treble crochet (dtr)Treble crochet (tr) Triple treble crochetDouble treble crochet (dtr)
Cast offBend off / fasten off
TensionGauge


Round 1:
4 chain stitches. Make a loop with a slip stitch into the first chain stitch.

Round 2:
2 chain stitches (= the first double crochet), 2 dc into the loop, 1 chain stitch.
*3 dc into the loop, 1 chain stitch*.
Repeat from * to * 3 times in total. Finish the round with a slip stitch into the first dc (the one made from 2 chain stitches). You will now have 4 clusters of dcs around the loop. Turn the work.

Round 3:
2 chain stitches, 2 dc into the hole (made by the chain stitch from the previous round), 1 chain stitch, 3 dc into the same hole, 1 chain stitch.
*3 dc into the next hole, 1 chain stitch, 3 dc into the same hole, 1 chain stitch*.
Repeat from * to* throughout the round. Finish with a slip stitch into the first dc. Turn the work.

Round 4:
2 chain stitches, 2 dc into the hole, 1 chain stitch.
*3 dc into the next hole, 1 chain stitch, 3 dc into the same hole, 1 chain stitch, 3 dc into the next hole, 1 chain stitch*.
Repeat from * to * 3 times in total.
3 dc into the next hole, 1 chain stitch, 3 dc into the same hole, 1 chain stitch.
Finish with a slip stitch into the first dc. Turn the work.

Round 5-12:
2 lchain stitches, 2 dc into the hole, 1 chain stitch.
*3 dc into the next hole, 1 chain stitch*.
Repeat from * to * throughout the round.
Finish with a slip stitch into the first dc. Turn the work.

Cut the yarn and assemble.

cajunmama:

a square a day in May (by by_dawnNN)

 I need to start doing some granny squares!

cajunmama:

a square a day in May (by by_dawnNN)

 I need to start doing some granny squares!

Crocheted/beaded necklace

Crocheted/beaded necklace

Crochet Beaded Necklace
MATERIALS:
Crochet Cotton Steel Hook, size 2.55 Darning needle Assorted beads (5 large, and 14 small used in this project) Jump rings Head pins Pliers Ring nose
his free crochet project shows you how to crochet a necklace using beads.
1. Chain 75, check to see if the length is correct to fit around your neck.

2. Single crochet in the 6th stitch from the hook, (buttonhole formed). Single crochet in each stitch across the chain.

3. Chain 2 and turn, single crochet in the first 2 stitches. *Chain 4, skip the next stitch, single crochet in the next stitch. Repeat from * across the chain, except single crochet in the last three stitches. Fasten off.

4. Sew a button or a large bead on the side opposite the buttonhole, to serve as a closure.

5. Assemble beads onto head pins as desired to make 5 dangles. Make the center one longer than the other 4, and with pliers, attach to the loops in the crochet work of the necklace, with jump rings. Vary the colors of beads, and you will have a totally different appearance to the necklace!

Crochet Beaded Necklace

MATERIALS:

Crochet Cotton
Steel Hook, size 2.55 
Darning needle
Assorted beads (5 large, and 14 small used in this project)
Jump rings
Head pins
Pliers
Ring nose

his free crochet project shows you how to crochet a necklace using beads.

1. Chain 75, check to see if the length is correct to fit around your neck.

2. Single crochet in the 6th stitch from the hook, (buttonhole formed). Single crochet in each stitch across the chain.

3. Chain 2 and turn, single crochet in the first 2 stitches. *Chain 4, skip the next stitch, single crochet in the next stitch. Repeat from * across the chain, except single crochet in the last three stitches. Fasten off.

4. Sew a button or a large bead on the side opposite the buttonhole, to serve as a closure.

5. Assemble beads onto head pins as desired to make 5 dangles. Make the center one longer than the other 4, and with pliers, attach to the loops in the crochet work of the necklace, with jump rings. Vary the colors of beads, and you will have a totally different appearance to the necklace!

Granny Squares!Love them!


Want to learn how to make them?This is a very easy to follow tutorial.

Granny Squares!Love them!

Want to learn how to make them?This is a very easy to follow tutorial.

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