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  • Please help me identify this stitch and how to make it

    Front of blanket Back of blanket This blanket dates from about 1960-70. I haven't counted but there are at least 25-30 colors It appears that whoever created it changed colors every 1-3 "stitches" and then tied the next color and left the threads hanging on the underside. The threads were...
    Posted to How do I? by foodoglaster on Aug 14, 2014
  • Blooming rose

    Author Maz Kwok The Pattern Visit my blog for full instruction: http://beacrafter.com/crochet-blooming-rose/ :)
    Posted to Free Member Patterns by Maz Kwok on Jan 1, 2013
    Filed under: flowers, rose, embellishment, free crochet pattern
  • Beanie & Flower

    Author Olivia Kent Introduction I love crocheting beanies, and what I love even MORE is crocheting flowers to go on the beanies :) Materials List *8ply Yarn (You can use a thicker ply, or thinner ply yarn, but I used 8ply) In two different colours. *4.50 Crochet Hook *Wool/Tapestry Needle *Scissors The...
    Posted to Free Member Patterns by HopefulHoney on Aug 1, 2012
    Filed under: Accessories, flower, floral, flowers, accessory, free patterns, free pattern, crochet hat, crochet hat pattern, crochet hat adult, crochet blog, freee crochet patterns
  • Comprehensive how-tos for crocheting a flower - invisible joins, first st musts

    download at http//:www.skerinknittingandcrochet.com under 'free stuff'.
    Posted to How do I? by Susan Kerin on Mar 8, 2012
  • Re: Crocheting flowers from plastic bags

    What a great project. There are several projects from other members on this site and on the knitting daily site with tips on how to cut the plastic bags; but they all use pretty much the same technique: lay bag flat and fold in half lengthwise twice, cut handles off and cut small strips that end up being...
    Posted to How do I? by jroberts123 on Apr 3, 2011
  • Crocheting flowers from plastic bags

    I am working with my children's international school here in the Netherlands, and we are going to beautify a concrete and chain-linked fence enclosed playground from recycled and reused materials (and no budget!). I've come up with the idea of creating a 'quilt' of flowers crocheted from...
    Posted to How do I? by amyraslevich on Apr 2, 2011
  • Broght Daisy Potholders

    These arre two Brightly colored potholders I designed to look like daisies. I used Lily Sugar and Cream yarn. This pattern and others can be found at" http://www.midnightcrocheter.etsy.com
    Posted to Member Photo Gallery by midnightcrocheter1 on Mar 8, 2011
    Filed under: flower, crochet, cute, easy, beginner, Etsy, flowers, email, ravelry, Potholder, Decorative, quick, midnightcrocheter, epattern, bright, daisy fast
  • Black Hat, Red Flower

    Posted to Member Photo Gallery by candyworks44 on Dec 28, 2010
    Filed under: hat, flowers
  • Blue Flower Potholder

    Posted to Member Photo Gallery by candyworks44 on Nov 23, 2010
    Filed under: flowers, Potholder, Decorative, Wall Hanging
  • Come Take a Look

    I just self published a book of a whole bunch of flower pictures that I've taken. It turned out really cool :) If anyone wants to look at the first 15pgs click on the link below. http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/1663900 Any comments or suggestions would be great
    Posted to General Discussion by Jessica Elisabeth on Oct 28, 2010
  • Just Finished

    Just finished turning this afghan square into this gorgeous pillow! But I'm biased :)
    Posted to FO Show Off by Jessica Elisabeth on Oct 5, 2010
  • Baby Flower Hat

    Posted to Member Photo Gallery by jessica101087 on Aug 29, 2010
    Filed under: flowers, Baby hat
  • Crochet Pattern Garden Party Loafers

    Illustrated step by step crochet pattern for Garden Party loafers with flower motifs for women. Textured stitch technique and tutorials included. Cute and fun to make!
    Posted to Member Photo Gallery by Genevive on Jul 28, 2010
    Filed under: beginner, Etsy, girls, crochet pattern, genevive, flowers, summer, child, cuff, buttons, adults, teen, shoes, pdf, double sole, Crocheted Gifts, motifs, tutorial, yarn
  • How Can I Spice Up A Simple Granny Square Blanket?

    I'm working on a basic granny square blanket, very much like the one Kim Werker recently did . I'm using Red Heart Soft Yarn in these colors: I plan to auction the blanket. 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the homeless ministry my church participates in, so I want to make sure the blanket...
    Posted to Forum Feedback and Suggestion Box by jli2 on Jun 10, 2010
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