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  • a Pink Rabbit Monster Witch

    Author Sayjai Thawornsupacharoen Introduction I was making a monster for my pattern shop K and J Dolls. My children said they liked the “rabbit”. For halloween I added a hat and broomstick. Is it a monster, rabbit or witch? I do not know but it is very cute. Materials List This pattern can be made using...
    Posted to Free Member Patterns by kandjdolls on Sep 17, 2009
    Filed under: General, 4 - Medium, For kids, Synthetic, Toys & Games, amigurumi, toy, monster, halloween, animal, rabbit, witch
  • 9 Point Round Ripple with Solid Center

    Author Michele Storms Introduction I couldn't find a pattern for a round ripple that didn't have a lacy looking middle so I created one that has a solid center. Materials List 5 skeins Red Heart Classic (190yds/solid) (uses 6 or 7 skeins if using print or multi which is only 146 yds) Crochet...
    Posted to Free Member Patterns by stormdrac on Nov 12, 2008
    Filed under: General, 4 - Medium, Afghans & Blankets, Synthetic
  • Alhambra square

    Author Raquel Introduction I've been asked about this pattern, so I'm going to try to post the instructions here. It's a very simply square. Materials List I used acrilic wool in the color mustard hook nr 3 Finished Size about 16 cm (6.299") Gauge 4 cm (1.575") for the first row...
    Posted to Free Member Patterns by smootha1 on Oct 9, 2008
    Filed under: General, Afghans & Blankets, Synthetic, 3 - Light, Squares
  • A Pair of Cherries

    Introduction I discovered yesterday that inspiration can come from anywhere, at any time. Picture the setting: you're sitting on your bum after a hard day's work, waiting for the chicken to boil down into stock, and you're watching a bit of "The Bionic Woman" from a couple weeks...
    Posted to Free Member Patterns by noisypitta on Apr 9, 2008
    Filed under: General, Synthetic, Toys & Games, amigurumi, 3 - Light, cherries
  • "X" hat

    Author Khebhin Gibbons Introduction I really enjoy making beanies, and for this one I wanted to use a textured stitch that would really work wwell with variations of the yarn. After a good bit of trial and error, I decided to use a simple "X" stitch in the body of the hat and post double crochets...
    Posted to Free Member Patterns by khebhin3 on Oct 7, 2007
    Filed under: General, 4 - Medium, Hats, Wool, noro kureyon
  • "Hugs ~n~ Kisses" Dishcloth

    Author Jennifer Christensen Introduction This was another design that was inspired by my beginning class. I made this as an example of what can be done with the 3 most basic of crochet stitches; single crochet, double crochet and the chain stitch. I originally posted this on my crochet Livejournal and...
    Posted to Free Member Patterns by Jennifer Christensen on Sep 28, 2007
    Filed under: General, 4 - Medium, Cotton, Kitchen, square, dishcloth
  • “Customize Me” Patchwork Scarf

    Author Jennifer Christensen Introduction I created this scarf with my beginner students in mind. It's a very simple pattern consisting of joining "patches" of single and double crochet into strips and embellish any way that you want! One of my students suggested that, instead of making...
    Posted to Free Member Patterns by Jennifer Christensen on Sep 26, 2007
    Filed under: General, 4 - Medium, Scarves, scarf, Blend, easy, customizable
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