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  • Free Granny Square Patterns for You

    The Basic Granny Stitch is created by working a series of shells offset from the shells in the previous row. It is one of the most easily recognized crochet techniques as well as one of the easiest. By working increases at designated corners, you can quickly create simple granny squares, hexagons, octagons...
    Posted to Crochet Daily by Toni Rexroat on Jul 24, 2014
    Filed under: How To Crochet, Crochet Techniques, Crochet Stitches, Crochet Patterns, Crochet Me, Easy Crochet Patterns, Free Crochet Patterns, Granny Squares, Crochet Blankets, Crochet, Crochet Motifs
  • A Crochet Bag for Every Occasion

    I am addicted to bags. I have a large purse collection, more project bags than I probably need (but don't tell anyone), and I love crocheting bags. They are great for year-round use and a great way to play with new techniques, plus I can never fit everything I need in my pockets. Here are a few of...
    Posted to Crochet Daily by Toni Rexroat on Jul 10, 2014
    Filed under: How To Crochet, Crochet Bags, Crochet Patterns, Crochet Me, Crochet
  • Mix and Match: Create Your Own Unique Afghan

    When I look for a crochet afghan pattern to embark on crocheting, I have to ask myself one question, "Will I get bored." It's a flaw I hate to admit to, but I'm sure I am not the only crocheter who struggles with being easily distracted, especially after I have figured out a stitch...
    Posted to Crochet Daily by Toni Rexroat on Jul 7, 2014
    Filed under: How To Crochet, Crochet Techniques, Crochet Stitches, Crochet Patterns, Crochet Blankets, Crochet
  • Thread Crochet: It Isn't Just for Doilies

    One of my first crochet projects was a thread filet crochet dresser scarf for my mother. I loved the delicate and crisp stitches. My next project was a bright green doily. Lace in thread is as gorgeous as filet crochet in thread, but both of these projects were home decor pieces. Hibiscus Tunic by Mimi...
    Posted to How to Crochet by Toni Rexroat on Jul 3, 2014
    Filed under: How To Crochet, Crochet Techniques, Crochet Lace, Crochet Patterns, Filet Crochet, Crochet Scarves, Crochet Patterns for Women, Crochet
  • What I Discovered in My Interweave Crochet Past Issues

    I am on the hunt for summer crochet patterns, loose lacy vests that add character or polish but won't leave you searching for a patch of shade, accessories that showcase your love of crochet, and fabulous travel patterns that make good gifts at the end of the journey. All of my past issues of Interweave...
    Posted to Crochet Daily by Toni Rexroat on Jun 30, 2014
    Filed under: Crochet Accessories, Crochet Patterns, Amigurumi, Crochet
  • Free Crochet Trims and Edgings for You

    Crochet trims create smooth finished edges and a polished complete piece. Varying from wide or lacy to compact or simple, choosing the perfect trim will change the finished look of your project. In this free eBook , we have chosen a collection of crocheted edgings that will compliment a wide variety...
    Posted to How to Crochet by Toni Rexroat on Jun 26, 2014
    Filed under: Crochet Stitches, Crochet Techniques, Crochet Patterns, Crochet Embellishments, Free Crochet Patterns, Advanced Crochet Stitches, Crochet
  • Crochet Motfs in the Summer Sun

    I feel it when I step outside and the weather forecast has confirmed it; summer is definitely pushing its way through the door. Warmer temperatures and travel plans have changed my crochet choices as I imagine it has many of yours. But one of my favorite designs remains, perfect as it is for warm and...
    Posted to Crochet Daily by Toni Rexroat on Jun 12, 2014
    Filed under: Crochet Techniques, Crochet Patterns, Granny Squares, Crochet Blankets, Crochet
  • Help to understand pattern

    Hi everyone out there. I'm not sure what my pattern's asking me to do, so help would be much appreciated. I just finished my row and ended with 12 stitches. The next row says: [Dc in 2, (2dc, tr, 2dc) in next)] 4x (28) Isn't Dc in 2 and 2dc the same? - should I do 2 double crochet in 1 stitch...
    Posted to Crochet Chat by actress on May 25, 2014
  • Herrschner's Fisherman's Ripple Afghan pattern #5306

    I was given this pattern from a friend. I love the pattern but I am having a difficult time getting it to work out. It is as if I am short two stitches all the time. Does anyone know if there were corrections made to this pattern?
    Posted to Crochet Chat by dmjmommy on Apr 20, 2014
  • Magazines and yarn weights?

    Just a thought. I would love it if crochet magazines would put the actual weight of the yarns for the patterns because some of the yarns are not easily purchased around here. I would love to be able to purchase something comparable in weight.
    Posted to Crochet Chat by tlbabe on Mar 31, 2014
  • 2 Free Crochet Cowl patterns

    Sharing the love, I plan on making both of these: http://auntekristy.blogspot.com/2014/01/free-crochet-pattern-yorkville-cowl.html http://auntekristy.blogspot.com/2014/01/free-crochet-pattern-bandito-cowl.html
    Posted to Crochet Websites by juniechi on Jan 8, 2014
  • making crochet items available in Dubai

    hi everyone i live in Dubai and I became interested in crocheting since 2 years and i really had problem finding crochet tools and yarns with reasonable price and good quality. and if i did find a store it would be far away like Deira or in Sharjah city :( .My friends complain about it, too. so I'm...
    Posted to Crochet Chat by sabrinaswiss on Jan 1, 2014
  • Autumn Ribbons Afghan

    Yeah! I just finished an afghan from my mothers old box of leftover yarns. It is pretty simple, but then again - so am I. LOL I am very excited. Next project will be to attempt either Country Bunny or Mario Brother from http://carolescrochet.angelfire.com/ I did their Batman and it was so easy so hopefully...
    Posted to Crochet Chat by JaniceDiane on Mar 20, 2013
  • help with berry baby hat pattern

    Hi, I found this free PDF pattern on Crochet Me for a beautiful berry baby hat and booties. I'm a beginner and I've tried to make the hat more than 4 times but it just doesn't come out right. It starts becoming very frilly from the 3rd row. I think there's a mistake in the pattern. Any...
    Posted to Crochet Chat by HYoussef on Oct 31, 2012
  • Barbie DWTS Dress

    This is a dancing dress I designed for Barbie. It is is based on a dress I saw on dancing with the stars. The pattern is available here: www.debraorgandesigns.etsy.com
    Posted to Member Photo Gallery by midnightcrocheter1 on Sep 11, 2012
    Filed under: ruffle, Etsy, ruffles, dress, crochet pattern, Barbie, pdf, thread, for sale, intermediate, midnightcrocheter, epattern, crochet toy, For sale on my Etsy, thread crochet, fashion doll, Barbie collector, pdf patterns, crochet patterns, size 10 thread, fashion doll collector, doll fashion, bright colours
  • Burp Cloth Bib

    Some things a new parent can never have enough of are bibs and burp cloths. This project gives you both of those things in one! The stitch pattern is thick enough to catch any spit-ups from baby food, yet soft enough for baby to bury into when needing to be burped. The strap can be used to secure the...
    Posted to Baby Blueprint Crochet by mekincannon on Oct 26, 2010
    Filed under: Robyn Chachula, Interweave Books, Baby Blueprint Crochet, baby, child, crochet, crochet patterns, toddler
  • Andy Cap

    How much do we obsess over keeping a baby’s head warm while wrestling the little one into a hat? This cap will keep little heads toasty while the baseball cap-style brim keeps sun or rain off the face, without slipping down over baby’s eyes. Meanwhile, parents and observers will delight in...
    Posted to Baby Blueprint Crochet by mekincannon on Oct 26, 2010
    Filed under: Robyn Chachula, Interweave Books, Baby Blueprint Crochet, baby, child, crochet, crochet patterns, boy, toddler
  • Callum Pullover

    This simple embellished pullover is perfect for warming up any little one. the shape and style will work for either girls or boys and can easily be customized with a quick color change. Use the included instructions to create the dino appliqué or mix and match your favorite appliqués and...
    Posted to Baby Blueprint Crochet by mekincannon on Oct 21, 2010
    Filed under: Robyn Chachula, Interweave Books, Baby Blueprint Crochet, child, crochet, crochet patterns
  • Cascade Pullover Tunic

    I have to say that I am a shoe lover. In fact, the medallion embellishments on the front of this cozy pullover were inspired by a pair of expensive shoes that were worn in an episode of one of my favorite television shows. The medallion inspiration was repeated in the rounded details worked into the...
    Posted to Crochet So Fine by mekincannon on Sep 13, 2010
    Filed under: Crochet So Fine, Interweave Books, Kristin Omdahl, Crochet, Crochet Patterns
  • Cables and Lace Broomstick Hat

    This hat is a play on the juxtaposition of cables and lace. The brim’s cable is dense, textured, and thick—great for keeping your ears protected in a blustering storm. The body of the hat is worked in broomstick lace, which is also textured, but light. At first glance, you might think the...
    Posted to Crochet So Fine by mekincannon on Sep 13, 2010
    Filed under: Crochet So Fine, Interweave Books, Kristin Omdahl, Crochet, Crochet Patterns
  • Amour Sequin Lace Scarf

    This one-skein scarf would make a perfect gift, if you can stand to part with it. The Amour Sequin Lace Scarf is a bit complex, but the result is well worth the effort. This scarf is long enough to wrap around your neck a few times and is pretty enough to dress up a simple outfit instantly! This pattern...
    Posted to Crochet So Fine by mekincannon on Sep 13, 2010
    Filed under: Crochet So Fine, Interweave Books, Kristin Omdahl, Crochet, Crochet Patterns
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