Angelwithbrokenwings's Favorites

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  • A Scarf That Rocks

    Author Christie Pruitt Introduction This scarf is so much fun to make! And the colors will keep you going and going.... Materials List 1 skein Socks That Rock, medium weight sock yarn, approx. 380 yards - available at: http://www.bluemoonfiberarts.com...
  • Autumn hat

    Introduction A nice hat when it’s just a little cold, or you just want some colour on your head. Materials List Yarn of your choice. Suitable hook Finished Size S –S/M - M – M/L – L Gauge Doesn't matter The Pattern Ch 4, join to a ring. 1st round...
    by ToriS
  • Big Block Bag

    Author Penny Vaughan Introduction On to my 3rd crochet project. I am a BIG BAG kinda girl, and I had some left over yarn from my 1st afghan, so I decided to try and make a hand bag...whala...here it is. I called it the Big Block Bag because it is made...
  • Blue Flowers

    Author Michelle Ryan (aka NezumiWorld) Introduction Pretty flower in a bulky yarn something I normally don't use for flowers but makes a nice sized super quick flower. Materials List Super chunky/ Bulky (USA)/ 16ply I used Rowan Little Big Wool (very...
    by Nezumi1
  • Charmed Wrist Warmers

    Author CrochetKitten.com Introduction This is a crochet version of Knitty's Voodoo Wrist Warmers. Mmm... So warm! Materials List 110 yd 4/worsted-weight yarn J-10 (6.0 mm) crochet hook Yarn needle Finished Size One size fits all. Gauge Not needed...
  • Chunky Tapestry Crochet Baskets

    Author Erssie Major Introduction Bright and colourful baskets are made from scraps of chunky wool by making a circular 2 colour or 3 colour spiral base, then making the sides using simple motifs and tapestry crochet See Carol Ventura's blog for more...
    by ErssieM
  • Crazy Cat Hat

    Author Brenda K. B. Anderson Introduction You know the look on your cat's face right before it tears through the room, stalking it's invisible prey? Yeah, you know the one. Well this hat is a tribute to that look. Hooray for the Crazy Cat! P.S...
  • Crochet Containers

    Author by Missa Introduction Three different containers can all be made with one ball of Jo Sharp Desert Garden Aran Cotton. Embellish the pieces with large sequin-like paillettes (found in any craft store). Use them as "jewelry cozies" or desktop...
  • Daisy Crochet Skirt Pattern

    Author by Rachel Seeley Merrill Introduction This lacy summer skirt was inspired by a gorgeous vintage bedspread pattern. I would never have the patience to crochet hundreds of tiny little squares out of thread to make an entire bedspread, so I designed...
  • Daisy Daisy

    Author Sue B. Balcom Introduction It's spring, and what better way to take in those fresh mornings than with a blooming pair of fingerless gloves. This experiment with pattern design began with a circle of daisy motifs, followed by two rows of daisy...
    by SueB@77
  • Dishcloth

    Author Neva Alf Introduction This is a round dishcloth made all in double crochet. This fits perfect in the palm of your hand to do dishes with. Materials List Materials: Any cotton yarn G Hook Finished Size This measures about 5" around, depending...
    by NevaA
  • Flower Power!

    Author by Marlo Cairns Introduction Oh, how these complete your Springtime wardrobe! Hook up some coordinating sets of this bracelet/hair tie duo*, give some as gifts, and use up your scraps stash. Can't get any better than that, eh? * If you're...
  • Free Amigurumi Pattern - Amigurumi Dude

    Author by Kim Piper Werker Introduction Amigurumi means “knitted or crocheted doll” in Japanese. They're the simplest of simple, worked in the round in single crochet. I don't even join my rounds, preferring to work in a spiral. The...
  • Free Member Patterns

    Featuring the best of the best from members and designers on Crochet Me , you'll find designs for Amigurumi, crochet hat patterns, the always favorite crochet blanket/afghan, and much more crocheting inspiration. Check out our Crochet Me eBooks for...
  • Galaxy Top

    Author by Katy Westcott Introduction Edging patterns present us with the opportunity to transform a garment into something unique and extraordinary. The crocheter is free to decide how edgings will be placed when they are completed. It's fun to piece...
    by katy@4
  • Granny Square Spiral

    Author PKOlson Introduction Spiraling Granny Square Pattern. Materials List Yarn - any, appropriate sized hook for chosen yarn. Sample was created with Patons Classic Merino & 4.5mm hook. Finished Size Varies based on yarn & hook size chosen....
    by PamO@6
  • Jacob's Ladder Scarf

    Author Shannon Johnson Introduction This is a fast and fun fashion scarf designed to give color to those drab outfits we are so often required to wear to work. This project can be completed in little more than a day, and provides practice with progressively...
  • Lacy Bucket Hat

    Author Jaymie R. BaSSETT Introduction I am disabled due to a congenital brain disorder. I sit at home with all the yarn I can possibly have and decided to create some hats with it. I don't ever make the same hat twice so if you make these, please...
  • Lacy Crochet Kerchief

    Author Kristen TenDyke Introduction I dreadlocked my hair about a year ago, and since then I’m always wearing something on my head to keep the locks back, away from my face, out of my knitting, crocheting, and everything else. I’ve become pretty reliant...
  • Leftovers Purse/ Bag

    Author Chriss Smith Introduction So, I had all these swatches of Sari Silk lying around and I felt that it was kind of a waste. But anyone who has worked with Sari Silk knows that ripping back either makes a hairy scary mess of the yarn or you end up...
  • Midsummer Twilight Hat

    Author Jess_B Introduction Made with 100% cotton yarn in four muted colors, the Midsummer Twilight Hat is perfect for cooler summer evenings or crisp autumn afternoons. Materials List Hook: Size H/8, 5.00mm Yarn: Small amounts of Sugar 'n' Cream...
    by Jcmb323
  • More Than an Apron

    Author by Monica Welle Brown Introduction You might question the idea of a crocheted apron, but this is not your mother’s apron! This is an apron with style that reaches beyond the kitchen. You can wear the piece apron-style with it open in the...
  • Newborn granny hat

    Author Jessica Felton Introduction After struggling with a badly written crochet pattern published in Woman's Weekly for the recent Save the Children appeal I decided to come up with my own newborn baby hat pattern. This pattern is based on the granny...
  • North & South

    Author by Lauren Irving Introduction With a chill in the air, all of my Northern friends begin pulling wool from their stash and get to work on their dreamy projects. They are about to start the season of yarn - in fact 3 glorious seasons of yarn. Their...
  • Nubby Dishcloth

    Author Charlotte Richardson, 2009 www.tangledyarns.ca Introduction The great texture in this dishcloth is achieved by alternating single crochet and treble crochet stitches. It could also be used as a pot holder! Materials List • I used a 4mm/size G6...
  • Puff Stitch Accent Hat

    Introduction An exceptionally pretty and versatile hat that is not too difficult to make. Perfect to wear anytime, anywhere, with any outfit. And at only 20 rounds, it works up quickly. Difficulty level: + (Easy) Materials List *Worsted weight yarn *Size...
  • Shelly

    Author by Emily Nelson Introduction This fun scarf is perfect year-round. [ Editor's Note : This pattern was originally published on Emily's website. She plans to take her web site down, and we're very happy to give her pattern a home here...
  • Shroom

    Author by Rebecca Velasquez Introduction What is it that makes fungus so compelling? Mushrooms. They're yummy, they're deadly, they're an adventure at every step on the wet ground. And, darnit, they're cute. This one has a flip-top, which...
  • Simple newborn hat with ear flaps

    Author Jessica Felton Introduction I designed this little newborn hat in a few days as one of the hats I’ll be donating to the current Save the Children appeal. The pattern that was provided by Woman’s Weekly gave me real trouble so I thought it would...
  • Striped Legwarmers

    Author Laura Introduction These great legwarmers use a color changing, self-striping sport weight Bernat yarn that has a crinkle to it. Super soft and oh so fashionable. Materials List Sport weight Bernat yarn in Splash Stripes used about 1/2 a skien...
  • Swatchies

    Author by Marta Orlowska Introduction I like to recycle everything I can, so I’ve been collecting all my swatches, convinced that I would find a use for them. Just as I was reaching my storage limit, I thought up a way to use them all: Swatchies...
  • Sweet

    Author By Amy O'Neill Houck Introduction Photo: Laura Kudritzki, Muse Studios This v-neck, cap-sleeved, raglan t-shirt is crocheted in the round from the top-down. It’s seamless, and the top-down construction allows you to try it on as you go...
  • Thirds

    Author by Annette Petavy Introduction This is a light scarf for spring that can also be used as a belt, tied at the hip. It is made up of triangular, rather unusal motifs. The beaded fringe adds a little glamour – and it looks great with jeans!...
  • Tiny Box

    Author Sarah Margaret Crittenden Introduction My sister has a collection of little boxes so I like making them for her. They are great for gifting small things, and they are just so darn cute! Materials List small amount of yarn, any type, any weight...
  • Tiny Dragon

    Author Tanja Osswald Introduction Last year I went to a sewing workshop and one woman there could not imagine what a crocheted dragon could look like. So, in the evening, I made her one. Many thanks to snuffykin for proofreading and testing the pattern...
  • Turtle Shell hat

    Author Alissa Introduction I was browsing through my copy of The Harmony Guide to Crochet Stitches in search of an adventure and came across the Zig-Zag Lozenge Stitch. I was so enamored by it that I had to adapt it into hat form, and this is what was...
    by yipiyuk
  • Waves of Color Tote Bag Pattern

    Author Marjorie Jones Introduction I wrote this pattern when I wanted a new bag for the fall season, but didn't want to buy new yarn just to make it! This pattern uses small amounts of yarn, enabling me to use up some of my copious stash. You may...
  • Wristables

    Author by Chloe Nightingale Introduction I've always had a thing for fingerless gloves and wrist warmers. When I was a little kid, I always wanted to cut the fingertips off my gloves so I could be like Bob Cratchit from Dickens's A Christmas Carol...
    by Chloe
  • Yikes Stripes Cap

    Author Jennifer Christensen Introduction I originally made this for my daughter, but had many people ask me about it and the pattern, so I wrote it down and first put it up on Ravely and desided it was time to shre it here :) Materials List Tahki Cotton...
  • You-made-it Backpack

    Author by Elijah K. Introduction This backpack is worked in hdc for density. Materials List Lightweight yarn, chunky weight 6.5 mm hook, size K or 10 1/2 2 buttons Yarn needle Finished Size about 30 cm high Gauge none The Pattern Chain a comfortable width...
  • Zen and the Art of Stash Diving + Scarf Pattern

    Author by Robyn Chachula Introduction Its 2 days before Christmas and I haven’t started the scarf for my mother in-law. Its 2 days before my niece’s birthday and I haven’t started her purse. OR its 2 days before my best friend’s...
    by Robyn@6
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