Check out these adorable baby sandal flip flop shoes! How cute!!
Originally posted on Handmade By Dani:
Hook 4.00 Yarn PANDA acrylic 8ply
Changes in yarn and hook will result in changes in pattern size.
st – Stitch
slst – Slip Stitch
ch – Chain
sc – Single Crochet
hdc – Half Double Crochet
dc – Double Crochet
rnd – Round
Sole is worked in the round without turning.
Ch 11. Sc in 2
link from hook. Sc in same link then in the next 4 link. Hdc 1 link, Dc in next 3
links. Make 4 dc in last link, turn and dc in next 3 link. 1 Hdc in next link, 1 sc in next 4 link. 2 sc
in last link. Join with slst.
Ch 2. 2 hdc in next st. 1 hdc in next 8 st. 2 hdc in next 4 st, 1 hdc in next 8 st, 2 hdc in next…
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Check out this adorable frog baby bib! And it is a free pattern! :)
Originally posted on Little Yarner...How I Yarn for Thee!:
So here’s the second bib in a series of 3 boy bibs I’ve designed. A froggy! My son loves this bib because it’s bright and he loves to play with the frogs limbs. I love this bib because it’s big on him so when he inevitably spits up, it doesn’t get on his outfit!
Click here for pdf – Leap Frog
by Laura Priscilla Hoffman
Lion Brand Cotton in lime green, white, and black.
Size F hook, Size H hook
SC – Single Crochet
SC IN – Single Crochet Increase
CH – Chain
DC – Double Crochet
SS – Slip Stitch
HDC – Half Double Crochet
This is made in the round. At the end of each row, join with a SS
Magic Loop, 6 SC.
SC IN around.
(SC, SC IN) repeat around.
(2SC, SC IN) repeat around.
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Originally posted on Natália Gabriela:
Não faz muito tempo que eu descobri a Burda Magazine. Para quem também não conhece, essa revista é igual a nossa velha e conhecida Manequim, só que muuuito melhor. Ela é originalmente alemã, mas também tem suas traduções para o italiano, frances…
Esse mes eu consegui a Burda alemã, para mim não quer dizer muita coisa, não entendo uma palavra se quer da lingua, mas só de ter essa belezinha na mão….
A modelagem é perfeita, ela é muito mais real que a nossa Manequim, já que a mulher alemã é maior que a brasileira nada é ridíco como aqui. O 38 da revista veste seguramente uma mulher 38, podendo até dar certo para uma 40…
Mas o que mais me chamou a atenção foi que depois que eu ganhei a revista eu acabei descobrindo o site… nele eu consegui encontrar muitas coisas bacanas, mas a melhor dela foi…
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Thanks for posting this pattern. I can’t help but think of Irish Crochet lace when I see how the stitches are worked around a cord..very similar to the Irish method.
This basket looks fabulous! I bet that cloth clothesline could be used to make this! :) :)
Originally posted on Make My Day Creative:
I’ve been looking for a basket of specific dimensions for a while without any luck. Then I saw a circular version of this idea and realised I could make my own!
This uses a technique similar to thrumming, where you crochet over another thread to add bulk to a fabric. If you have ever crocheted over your ends to avoid weaving in, this works the same way.
In this case I used rope instead of another yarn, which is a lot bulkier but great for adding stiffness and making each row deeper. This project had the added bonus of using up a single skein I had left in my stash!
The resulting basket is rectangular with rounded corners.
You will need:
- Length of rope (mine was 38m in length and 6mm diameter, for a 22x42x17cm basket)
- Stash yarn (I used 310m of Patons 100% cotton 4ply in…
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This is pretty ….YoYo afghan! So colorful and a great way to use up small leftovers of yarn! :)
Originally posted on sarah london:
Too precious to toss . . . tiny fragments of left over yarn.
Utilize your colourful scraps and hook a yo yo coverlet, cushion or even a scarf!
Crocheting these tiny circles of colour is something that you can work on over time and in turn it becomes a lovely visual diary of the yarn that you’ve used in past projects.
To make a Yo-Yo:
Ch 6, join with sl st to form a ring.
Ch 3, work 15 tr into ring, join with a sl st into top of beg ch-3.
Use your preferred method of joining . . . for this project I’m joining as I go.
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