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  • Adult Spring hat with Spring Blossoms

    Author Lorene Eppolite Introduction This lightweight adult spring or Easter hat is made with 100% cotton and is a perfect choice for Spring weather. This hat is created with dc and dc shell stitches. The brim has just a slight ruffle and the flowers are a sweet addition. Materials List 5.5 m (I) hook...
    Posted to Free Member Patterns by cre8tioncrochet on Mar 6, 2013
    Filed under: Cotton, flower, hat, leaves, spring, shell, blossom
  • All Things Dainty Granny Square

    Author Olivia Kent Introduction Website I adore all things dainty! I guess that's one of the many reasons I LOVE to crochet! I love being able to create something so beautiful out of nothing... Gives me a warm fuzzy feeling on the inside! So the other day I started crocheting with cotton yarn, (ashamed...
    Posted to Free Member Patterns by HopefulHoney on May 30, 2012
    Filed under: Cotton, afghan, crochet, granny square, free, craft, Granny Square Afghan, granny-square, afghan square, crochet pattern, free crochet pattern, Afghans & Blankets, crochet blog
  • cleaning vintage cotton crochet

    Help! I have a wonderful old bedspread, made by my grandmother over 80 years ago. It is cotton thread and very intricate. It has to be cleaned. HOW do I do this? Any suggestions would be great, however, if you have cleaned something similar with good results, that would be great! Thanks
    Posted to How do I? by DagnyTodd on Dec 19, 2011
  • Microwave Potato Bag

    Hey, has anyone heard of crocheting a microwave potato bag, you know the bags you can use to "bake / steam" potatoes in the microwave? The ones you sew must be 100% cotton.
    Posted to How do I? by Shellie2355 on Jan 11, 2011
  • 1-2-3 Cotton Vest

    Introduction Sometimes, it's too warm for a full sweater in the office. But I hate short blouses [which for some reason is all there in on the racks now]. To remedy that, I made a long vest. Not knee length, just long enough to cover my bum. I used Peaches & Cream cotton yarn, but this should...
    Posted to Free Member Patterns by wlandlady on Mar 1, 2010
    Filed under: Cotton, Vest, worsted, crochet, easy, customizable, Women's, clothing, plus sized, spring, cream, peaches &amp
  • Patchwork Quilt Start - All done now

    Ok These I know what they are going to be. And now I've finished!! a new SUPER LIGHT blankie for Shreveport. I fell in love with the flower in the crochet thread, had a bunch of "I don't know what I'd ever do with this color" cottons. so I thought! AH! HA! how's abouts a blankie...
    Posted to In Progress by Ravenart on Jun 19, 2009
  • Patchwork Quilt Start - All done now

    Ok These I know what they are going to be. And now I've finished!! a new SUPER LIGHT blankie for Shreveport. I fell in love with the flower in the crochet thread, had a bunch of "I don't know what I'd ever do with this color" cottons. so I thought! AH! HA! how's abouts a blankie...
    Posted to FO Show Off by Ravenart on Jun 19, 2009
  • Alien Octopus Thingy

    Introduction Before you begin, I feel I have to let you know that I have a hard time following instructions. A lot of times I find a pattern I like and modify the stuffing out of it. Or I just make it up. I have no patience for tedious crap, so you will find no weaving in of ends or stitch counting here...
    Posted to Free Member Patterns by hellafino on Jan 3, 2009
    Filed under: Cotton, Toys & Games, For pets
  • A Gift For Mom

    Author Sandi Hagan Introduction The nice thing about making your own belts is that you get to choose the color, texture, and materials used. This particular design I came up with for my mother. She picked the color and the beads on the end were her idea. We found the buckle at a local fabric store after...
    Posted to Free Member Patterns by yoursandi1 on Apr 10, 2008
    Filed under: Cotton, For women, 2 - Fine, Belts, belt, crochet, gift, Mother's Day, Handmade
  • "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 MidknightStarr on Sep 28, 2007
    Filed under: General, 4 - Medium, Cotton, Kitchen, square, dishcloth
  • A Rose for Mother Crochet Flower Pattern

    Author by Emily Nelson, Hook Me Up! Crochet Introduction Moms-to-be could use some pampering. This Springy, cheery bath pouf will be a great gift, don't you think? (Hint: It's a great gift for your mom, too. Mother's Day is fast approaching...) Materials List Lily Sugar ‘n’ Cream...
    Posted to Free Member Patterns by Joyful Abode on Jan 3, 2006
    Filed under: 4 - Medium, Cotton, For women, Accessories, Plant Fiber, 2005 April/May, bath pouf
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