TAGS: 5 - Bulky

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  • 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 small amount used, left over from another project...
    Posted to Free Member Patterns by Nezumi1 on Mar 15, 2009
    Filed under: General, Accessories, flower, 5 - Bulky
  • Bullion Stitch Neckwarmer, Scarf.

    Author Bullion Stitch Neckwarmer, Scarf. Free Pattern Introduction I've been tossing this idea about for a while and I finally did it. It took me all of 2 hours to make two of these and write the pattern. I love the bullion st and placing it in this position on the neck warmer makes it look like...
    Posted to Free Member Patterns by CathyW@26 on Jun 9, 2008
    Filed under: Scarves, For women, 5 - Bulky, neck warmer, Blend, handmade crochet scarf
  • Armies

    Author Tarra Gray Introduction My very good friend Jonathan never wanted me to make him anything which was hard for me as I love to knit/crochet things for people. FINALLY one day we went to my LYS and he picked out this yarn and said I could knit him a headband. So I did. Then he loved it so much he...
    Posted to Free Member Patterns by Nanook1 on Jan 23, 2008
    Filed under: General, 5 - Bulky, Wool, Gloves & Mitts
  • Beaded Jute Crochet Basket

    Author by Donna Hulka Introduction If you’ve ever staked plants in your garden, chances are you have a spool of jute twine lying around the house. Put it to a fun, new use with this beaded crochet basket pattern. If you don’t have any jute, you’ll find what you need with a quick stop...
    Posted to Free Member Patterns by yarntomato on Jan 4, 2006
    Filed under: General, Home Decor, 5 - Bulky, Plant Fiber, Beaded Jute Basket, Basket, 2005 August/September
  • Alternative Coasters

    Author by Robyn Chachula Introduction Until a few weeks ago, I thought “alternative fibers” meant eyelash yarn. Oh, how I was mistaken. Alternative fibers really mean anything you can get your hands on to crochet and knit with except yarn. The only limitation is your own creativity. My awakening...
    Posted to Free Member Patterns by Robyn@6 on Jan 4, 2006
    Filed under: General, Home Decor, 5 - Bulky, Synthetic, 2005 June/July
  • Baby It's Cold Outside - Free Baby Crochet Sweater

    Author by Julie Holetz Introduction A couple of years ago, I made this beautiful “one piece” knit baby sweater using a pattern from some magazine from the 70’s. It started from the back and continued in one piece over the shoulders, picking up one side to finish. It was easy enough...
    Posted to Free Member Patterns by SkaMama on Dec 29, 2005
    Filed under: For babies, 5 - Bulky, Synthetic, Garments, Cardigan, baby, homesputn, homespun, 2005 February/March, sweater
  • Cheeky the Octopus

    Author by Melinda Fisher Introduction Cheeky started her life as an ill-fated, unidentified insect but was destined to morph into the beautiful, hot-pink octopus that she is today. As an aspiring fashion expert, she is absolutely thrilled to be hired as the official Crochet Me mascot! I chose Cheeky...
    Posted to Free Member Patterns by Crochet Me Admin on Dec 15, 2005
    Filed under: 5 - Bulky, Toys & Games, 2005 October/November
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