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Help! We bought this beanie a year ago and loved it, sadly it was thrown out the stroller and never again seen. My understanding is its a Moby Wrap brand but in searching haven't located a replacement. Now I've crocheted a few scarves, beanies, and booties but still can't determine one stitch...
Introduction This is where it all started, the beginning of my 3D collection. This was the first pattern I made that has now turned into 5 different patterns in 2 sizes!! The Pattern Complete pattern instructions available HERE
Author Dearest Debi The Pattern Complete pattern instructions available HERE
Author Dearest Debi Introduction There is some video tutorials to help work up this Toddler bonnet. The Pattern Complete pattern instructions available HERE
These hats are really fun to create!
Author AnneMarie Merchant Introduction I designed this pattern after watching a Martha Stewart Valentines Day Special. This cute little elephant works up really quick and can be customized to your liking. Materials List Size H Crochet Hook 1/4 skein of 4-ply Worested Weight yarn in main color 1/8 skein...
Posted to Free Member Patterns
on Feb 23, 2011
Filed under: amigurumi, toy, crochet, cute, heart, girly, stuffie, worested weight, toddler, elephant
Just finished this and I'm really proud of it so had to share... and this is my boy Otis modelling who is nearly 9 months. I used Rowan 4-ply wool as it's much easier to get in the UK and a 4 1/2 hook, I made the smallest size but I tweaked the pattern a little. I love this book! (Let's just...
Hello, here is my second own crochet pattern. I made it for my little girl who was born this past fall. It is in fall colors, but looks great in a wide variety of colors. It's made of flower type center granny squares. Please enjoy.
Pink with Brown Ruffle Brim Hat for infant or toddler.
Posted to Member Photo Gallery
on Oct 27, 2010
Filed under: infant, Brim ruffle hat, ruffle hat, infant hat, toddler, brim hat, toddler hat
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
on Oct 26, 2010
Filed under: Robyn Chachula, Interweave Books, Baby Blueprint Crochet, baby, child, crochet, crochet patterns, boy, toddler
I just completed this halter top for my entry in the etsyhookers team Challenge #2. I really like how all the colors go together.