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March 2, 2015

Celtic Knot Dishcloth -free crochet pattern-


Celtic Knot dishcloth

These pretty Celtic knot squares can be used as dishcloths or hot pads, but use your imagination, and they can become anything you wish!

Designed By:  Yarnspiratons

Skill Level:  Easy

Materials: 

  • Lily® Sugar n’ Cream (70.9 g/2.5 oz; 109 m/120 yds) (01223) Mod Green 1 ball Size 5 mm
  • (U.S. H or 8) crochet hook

Size:  Approx 10 ins [25.5 cm] square.


February 27, 2015

Shamrock Headband -free crochet pattern-


Shamrock Headband


Got Irish in your blood?  Here's a simple headband pattern that you can make for St. Patrick's Day!

Designed By: Sharon Mann

Skill Level:  Easy

Materials: 
  • Red Heart Super Saver, 1 skein of 368 Paddy Green and 0316 Soft White
  • Crochet Hook: 4.25 mm [US G-6]
  • Yarn needle
  • One 13 mm wide headband 

February 25, 2015

Mermaid Lapghan -free crochet pattern-


Have you ever dreamed of being a mermaid?  If you crochet, you can now become a mythological creature of the sea!  This pattern is actually pretty simple, using a shell stitch sequence.  All you need is patience, and you too can be a cozy comfy mermaid!

Designed By: Mad Hooker Crochet

Skill Level:  Easy

Materials: 

  • 1500 yds of worsted weight yarn; Bernat super value (500 yds per skein) in lilac and light damson. Variegated yarn- 2 skeins in fresh lilac.
  • Crochet hook size H
Measurements: Tail to top 42 inches; tail to tip of fin 12 inches; op width 38 inches


February 24, 2015

Celtic Knot Squares -free crochet pattern-


There are several variations of the Celtic knot throughout history, but here's a simple one that you can crochet!  These make a great accent to any garment or accessory, you could use them on there own as dish cloths, turn them into a bag, a blanket, etc. The tutorial includes photos to help you out at every step through the process in creating these pretty squares.  This pattern is a Ravelry download.

Designed By: Carola Wijma

Skill Level:  Easy

Materials:

  • Any yarn, at least 4 colors
  • Crochet hook, to match yarn being used

February 22, 2015

Pin Laced Slouch Hat -free crochet pattern-

This slouchy hat is made from luxurious 100% Bamboo.   Bamboo is very soft and silky, and gives this hat a nice drape.  

The hat itself, is worked up very differently; it begins with the ribbed band around the bottom, then worked back and forth in rows, leaving chained loops on each end.  

Once height is achieved, the loops are worked up similarly to hairpin lace.  

The hat is then closed off, using decreasing stitches in rounds.  

The ribbed band has extra length, creating an overlapping cuff, where you can sew on buttons, a attach a pin, or just sew it together.


Designed By:  Farrah Hodgson 

Skill Level:  Easy

Materials: 
Size: Adult head










THE PATTERN

Starting with the ribbed band, using hook size 4.5mm (G)

Row 1: Ch 13; sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next 11chs.
Rows 2-86: Ch 1, turn; working in back loops, sc in next 12 sts.



Continuing on in rows for the head

Row 1: Working along the tops of rows 1-86, ch 1, work a sc at the end of each row until the 70th row, leave the last 16 row ends unworked.

Row 2:  SWITCH TO HOOK SIZE 5.0mm (H) for remainder of pattern! Ch 11, turn; skipping next 11chs, -this creates a loop- (sc in next 6sts, 2sc in next st) 10 times. (80sc)

Row 3: Ch 11, turn; skipping next 11 chs, (sc in next 7 sts, 2sc in next st) 10 times. (90sc)

Rows 4-44: Ch 11, turn; skipping next 11 chs, sc in next 90sts.  Do NOT fasten off.

You have something that looks like this!
Now you will "lace up" the end loops

-Line up the loop ends of one side to the loop ends of the opposite side, folding inwards so that the longer side of the band is on the right handed side. 



You will lace them up by:

1. Grab the first loop on the bottom right- pull the first loop on the left through the right loop;



2. Grab the next loop on the bottom right- pull through the left loop;



3. Grab the next loop on the bottom left- pull through the right loop;  



Repeat steps 2 and 3 until you get to the end, no loops remaining. 



Pull your work outward so that you see the laced braid more definitive.  You may place a pin or stitch holder in the last loop so that it doesn't pull back out.  You will secure this end in later.

Starting where you left off at the end of row 44…



Row 45: Ch 1, turn, (right side) sc in next 90 sc; work a sc in the last lace up loop (this secures your last loop), sl st in 1st sc to join. (91sc)


Row 46: Ch1, turn; skip 1st sc; (sc in next 7 sts, sc2tog) 10 times, sl st in 1st sc to join. (80sc)
Row 47: Ch1, turn; (sc in next 6 sts, sc2tog) 10 times, sl st in 1st sc to join. (70sc)
Row 48: Ch1, turn; (sc in next 5 sts, sc2tog) 10 times, sl st in 1st sc to join. (60sc)
Row 49: Ch1, turn; (sc in next 4 sts, sc2tog) 10 times, sl st in 1st sc to join. (50sc)
Row 50: Ch1, turn; (sc in next 3 sts, sc2tog) 10 times, sl st in 1st sc to join. (40sc)
Row 51: Ch1, turn; (sc in next 2 sts, sc2tog) 10 times, sl st in 1st sc to join. (30sc)
Row 52: Ch1, turn; (sc in next st, sc2tog) 10 times, sl st in 1st sc to join. (20sc)
Row 53: Ch1, turn; (sc2tog) 10 times, sl st in 1st sc to join. (10sc)
Row 54: Ch1, turn; (sc2tog) 5 times, sl st in 1st sc to join. (5sc)

Fasten off.  Sew in ends.

Sew a button on the band cuff, or use a broach clip, or pin.


Shamrock Shawlette -free crochet pattern-


If you can make a granny square, then you can make this shawl!  The edging is made up of clovers, with one 4 leafed clover in the very center.  This makes a great accessory for St. Patrick's Day, or all year long!  Celebrate you Irish roots.

Designed By: Claire Ortega-Reyes

Skill Level: Easy

Materials: 
  • Approximately 280 yards Medium Weight Yarn
  • Crochet Hook L (8.00 mm)
Size: 38.5″ wide x 20.5″ tall


February 20, 2015

Collar Necklace -free crochet pattern-

CROCHET_NECKLACE

Crochet collars always make an eye catching statement!  These look great with blouses, but also add elegance to any top!  Make these in different colors for several looks!  St. Patrick's Day is coming up, how about a green collar!

Designed By: Chabe GS Crochet Patterns

Skill Level:  Easy

Materials: 
  • 3 mm crochet hook
  • less than 50 gr. of 100% cotton thread

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