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  • Chain Mesh Beret

    Author Laura Bombach Introduction So, I love making hats, mostly berets. Here's a pattern that I made up because I had a small skein of yarn that was given to me, and this project uses a relatively small amount of yarn. It's a fun way to increase...
  • Circles Headband

    Author Rikki Lee Introduction Who doesn't love headbands!? Here is a quick and easy pattern that you can easily customize. Shown is a headband with 2 different sized circles on one side... but the possibilities are endless. Make as many or as few...
  • Crochet Buttons

    Author Heldasland Introduction Shopping for the right button can be a nightmare, if you are lucky you'll find one that costs the earth. With all the wonderful colours of yarn available it can be really difficult to find the perfect match. Sometimes...
  • Crochet Finger Puppets - Fairy Tales at Your Fingertips (Some Assembly Required)

    Author by Melissa Mall Introduction When I was young we had a set of little, simple finger puppets that my mom would pull out of her purse for us to play with when we had to sit still and be quiet. You know, at the doctor's office, at church, in the...
  • Crochet hair clip pattern

    Author Helda Panagary Introduction We all have those leftovers that we cant part with.This quick and easy pattern fulfilles the urge to make something useful with them . Add a bit of bling for the diva in you!!! Gauge; Not im.portant just crochet it Materials...
  • Crochet hook holder

    Author Helda Panagary Introduction This holder is created with double crochet (Uk). Turn those leftovers into something practical , quick and easy. Materials List Yarn ; 20g-30g of any yarn . I used yarn from the knittery shade cherries its sock yarn...
  • Crochet Necklace

    Author creativeyarn (http://creativeyarn.blogspot.com/) Introduction I've tried to write down a pattern for this necklace once it was done, (I use to work by sudden inspiration!). I don't know if it's very clear, but you can make any question...
  • Crochet Wheelchair Wrap Pattern

    Author Susan A. Coes Introduction This little wrap was designed specifically for the elderly - particularly those confined to wheelchairs or to bed. The short length prevents it from getting caught in wheels. The shape helps keep in on the shoulders where...
    by SueC@4
  • Crocheted Headband

    Introduction Here is a free pattern of a headband I made up last month. This one could again serve as a good stash busting project and can be worked in any yarn with a suitable crochet hook. Materials List 4.0mm Hook (US Size G) Peaches & Creme Article...
  • Donut Necklace

    Author by Kim Russell Introduction This is a quick, easy project for using up leftover yarn. It was inspired by a newspaper article where the interviewee was wearing a chunky silver necklace. This yarn version is much lighter and more comfortable to wear...
  • Freaky Under Cover Kisses

    Author By Maria Merlino Introduction Get your freak on with this amusing coverlet. Without just coming out and announcing it, your favorite four-letter word can be draped across the sofa or bed and only the literate will be the wiser. Another use for...
  • Free Demonstrative Bear Amigurumi Pattern

    Introduction This bear will dance in to the hearts of all that experience his sheer delight to be lovingly crocheted into existence. This pattern has crocheted in limbs to make a very quick work up and easy finish. Sew in ends, embroider a nose, attach...
  • Free I Heart U Pattern

    Introduction Here ids the PixieKitten Free Pattern for I ♥ U or I heart U. For Valentine’s Day or just any time you want to show your true feelings. Here is the pattern for the best way to show your love to your loved one. This is three and...
  • Free Love is the Word Pattern

    Introduction Here is the PixieKitten Free Pattern for Love is the Word. For Valentine’s Day or any time you want to show how you truly feel. Love is the Word is the pattern for Valentine's Day to tell your loved one how you really feel. The...
  • Free pattern for Amigurumi gift bag

    Author Sayjai Introduction A little gift bag. I use it or my Amigurumi dolls. Materials List I have used 4 ply acrylic yarn and 3 mm hook. Finished Size Size: bottom diameter 4" (10 cm) high 10" (25.5 cm) Gauge x The Pattern To download the...
  • funky flower hat

    Author brandy mccoy Introduction I love flowers so I came up with this. I hope I wrote out the pattern so everyone can understand it it was in my head and not on paper Materials List Any medium weight yarn in 4 different colors size g crochet hook Finished...
  • Half-Hearted Pouch

    Author by Julie Holetz Introduction Being a bag-obsessed girl, I’ve always wanted to try crocheting a bag with hemp yarn. It’s not only a durable fiber but it comes in way cute colors. On a recent trip to a not-so-local yarn store I found...
  • Happy Cat Candy

    Author Carey Huffman Introduction A week or so ago my lovely kitten Rogetts reminded me that every once in a while kitties need a new toy. Or they might riffle through your purse, steal you headphones out and pull the insulation off while leaving a big...
  • Is this a dagger I see before me?

    Introduction Be kind, I only started crocheting in November. This is my first truly original pattern, which was designed for my local youth theatre. The dagger on the left is not being used, for some unknown reason. Materials List double knit wool, 4mm...
  • Kitty Weed Cat Toy

    Author by Marlo D. Cairns Introduction This pattern was designed for my cat Rufus. He is a lover of catnip and will fight anyone who tries to take his toys that are filled with it. I have often called catnip Kitty Weed , so I thought he should have his...
  • Logwood Shawlette

    Author Sarah Margaret Crittenden Introduction I made this simple little shawl after looking at the Dragonfly Shawl and being too lazy to do that one! Materials List G hook fingering weight or sock yarn - at least one skein, but if you want to make it...
  • Ms. Kyle's Kitty Collar

    Author By CrochetKitten.com Introduction Your kitty helps with your yarn projects every day. Isn't it time you reward her with her very own crocheted gift? Materials List 1 safety break-away cat collar with plastic snap closure in your cat’s size...
  • Pieces of My Heart

    Author by Melissa Mall Introduction Need practice seaming? Looking for something – anything – within your skill level that isn’t rectangular? Trying to find something to work on that you don’t have to think about? This attractive...
  • Pillow Belts

    Author by Rebecca Velasquez Introduction The creation of Pillow Belts came as a result of my desire to renew the looks of various rooms as the season’s change, without going broke. Depending on the yarn and/or embellishments you choose, these belts...
  • Pillow Corsage

    Author by Shelby Allaho Introduction This is a fun project that you can do in an afternoon. You can decorate a pillow you already have or buy one that will highlight your corsage. There are two versions to complement different pillow shapes. If you are...
  • Recycle, don´t throw away!

    Author Recycle your old-non-useful CD's into beautiful coasters Introduction http://www.flickr.com/photos/honeyvarita/3523348008/ My mug and my diffussor were unhappy placed on an old CD, but the CD felt it was still useful, so I decided to add some...
    by RuthD@2
  • Roll it up & go crochet hook case

    Author Susanne Visch Introduction Here you will find my version of a crochet hook case. Since I have hooks from very thin to very thick I wanted to have one in which I can easiliy adjust the size of the pockets. This pattern is written more as a template...
  • Rose choker

    Author Ilana MacDonald Introduction This is a pattern for a rose choker. It was meant as a surprise present for a friend using leftover yarn from a project she asked me to do. The rose pattern was taken from the "Brier Rose" pattern by Jennifer...
    by Ilana@4
  • 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 crochet shawl

    Author Heldasland Introduction The beauty of this pattern is that is made for showcasing those beautiful multicoloured yarns we all love .Quite possibly the easiest pattern you'll ever do. Great fun. Materials List You decide what yarn you will use...
  • skull and cross bones motif

    Introduction i made these motifs for my pirate obsessed nephew at christmas. it is easy and quick to make these. i chose to attach it to a black and grey striped scarf and i've also put them on a hat. hope you enjoy them!!! NOTE: I used regular thread...
  • Spirale

    Author Natalie Brock Introduction This is a simple purse pattern, perfect to make as a gift or simply to keep for yourself! This was first published on my blog http://hookylove.blogspot.com/ Materials List You will need around 55 metres of aran weight...
    by Token
  • Teatime in Spring Placemat Set **CORRECTED

    Author Carol Williams Introduction My first written pattern. I wanted something "springy" for an exchange I am in. Materials List Lily Sugar n Cream 4 ply cotton Lavender Ice (or colors of your choice) Size H crochet hook Yarn needle for weaving...
  • The Crocheter's Messenger

    Author by CrochetKitten.com Introduction This adorable bag sold for $145 at Crochetville's 2007 auction! Features include a hook holder, yarn eyelets, and accessories pockets. Materials List MC: 3 skeins (765 yd) Bernat® Soft Bouclé or 5/bulky weight...
  • The White Flower Necklace

    Author creativeyarn (http://creativeyarn.blogspot.com/) Introduction Dainty cotton necklace for your spring/summer nights out! Make it with a wool yarn and it's fine even in winter times! This is easier to make than to explain, so if you have problems...
  • Three Strands Crochet Headband

    Introduction Easy three strands crocheted headband. The pattern is almost the same as the necklace I've made some time ago, and that's published on Crochet Me as well. The only difference is that the strands here have the same length, and that...
  • V-Stitch Headband

    Author Angie Briggs Introduction This is a cute and super-easy headband utilizing the V-stitch. It works up super fast and is a great way to learn to crochet with beads. Materials List Small amount of WW cotton (2 oz. or less), H Hook (US 8.5 mm), approximately...
  • Wavy Blanket

    Author Stephanie Gage Introduction This is a blanket made by using very basic stitches. Perfect for a beginner or advanced crocheter! It is also a project that can be done with very little concentration, making it perfect for tv nights, or if you want...
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