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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
  • Alpha Magic Afghan

    Author CrochetKitten.com Introduction At first glance, it looks like an ordinary baby blanket, but take a second look and the alphabet magically appears! Pattern originally appeared in HAIN's 2009 Spring Newsletter. Materials List MC: 775 yd 3/sport-weight yarn CC: 150 yd 3/sport-weight yarn Size...
    Posted to Free Member Patterns by AnimatorsWife on Aug 21, 2009
    Filed under: Afghans & Blankets, For babies, Synthetic, 3 - Light
  • 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
  • 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
  • Abominable Baby Crochet Slippers

    Author by Melissa Mall Introduction One of my favorite things about December is pulling out all of the old Christmas movies I loved as a child. It’s tradition! Every year, among many others, our Christmas movie list included Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer . You remember -- the 1960s stop-motion...
    Posted to Free Member Patterns by Melissa1 on Dec 2, 2005
    Filed under: 4 - Medium, Accessories, For kids, winter wear, For babies, Synthetic, 2005-2006 December/January, cool gift, costume, slippers, baby, booties, Socks &amp
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