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July 21, 2016

Broadway Hat -free crochet pattern-

Free Pattern

Simplicity at its finest! This is the perfect example of basic crochet stitches making a big impact. This beautiful crochet brimmed hat uses single crochet stitches to give it a nice tight weave; the colors do the rest!  I like this color combination a lot. (Note: I had someone ask me about the Drops patterns being free or not, because of the price listed at the top right of the page... do not fret! This is the price of materials used, just scroll down the page, and you will find the free pattern)

Designed By: Drops Design

Skill Level: Easy

Materials:
  • Drops Alaska from Garnstudio; 150 g for both sizes in color no 04, gray; 50 g for both sizes in color no 53, dark pink
  • Crochet Hook size 4.5 mm/US 7.


Size: S/M - M/L; Head circumference: 54/56 - 56/58 cm / 21 1/4''/22'' - 22''/22 3/4''


July 18, 2016

Rettangolini Scarf -free crochet pattern-

Rettangolini Scarf - free crochet pattern by Knitting and so on

Wow, check out this pretty crochet scarf!  Perfect for summertime, as it features an open design concept, the scarf is made with a lightweight yarn. Rectangular sections are easily constructed and joined as you work the pattern.  This looks like a really fun scarf to make!

Designed By: Knitting and so on

Skill Level: Intermediate

Materials:
  • about 120 grams of fingering weight yarn
  • a 3.5 mm crochet hook
  • a tapestry needle to weave in ends

July 14, 2016

Southern Diamonds Shawl -free crochet pattern-

Southern Diamonds Wrap by ELK Studio - A Free Crochet Pattern

This lovely shawl is brought to you as a CAL (Crochet a-long) by Elk Studios. The tutorial is separated into parts to help you along the way and also includes a left handed version!  I love the colors used here, it is eye catching and feels a bit retro.

Designed By: Elk Studios

Skill Level: Easy

Materials:
  • Premier Cotton Fair, #2, 100 g/317 yards, 2 [2,2,3,3] balls of white, 1 ball of gray, 1 ball of peach
  • Hook – G/4.0
  • Tapestry Needle for weaving in the ends.

Sizes: Extra Small to Extra Large


July 11, 2016

Re-Tee Kids Dress -free crochet pattern-

Re~Tee upcycled tee shirt with crochet tutorial from Jessie At Home

I love this idea, and well, I'd make these for myself!  The plan is to use adult sized t-shirts with crochet edging to create cute kids' dresses, but I think an oversized shirt for the adult version would work just fine as well!  I really like this tutorial, and these girls look like they love their new dresses!

Designed By: Jessie at Home

Skill Level: Intermediate

Materials:
  • Aunt Lydia’s Baker’s Cotton
  • Steel hook size 9/1.4 mm; US 1/B/2.25 mm
  • oversized tee shirt
  • yarn needle
  • scissors
  • safety pins
  • pen 

July 7, 2016

Maya Purse -free crochet pattern-


This crochet purse caught my eye right away because it is absolutely stunning!  I love the use of color, and especially love how this bag is a stash buster. Imagine the color possibilities!  I like using random stash colors because the end result is sort of a surprise. While parts of the pattern are written out, you will have to use your head a bit in following the chart, but it's pretty easy to follow the color changes. This clever pattern is available in English and French. This is a Ravelry download.

Designed By: Fabienne Chabrolin

Skill Level: Intermediate

Materials: 

  • multicolor yarn scraps 
  • Crochet hook size 4 mm 
  • 30 cm (1/3 yrd) lining fabric 
  • 1 button.

July 5, 2016

Fireworks Skirt -free crochet pattern-


This cute skirt is versatile and fun!  The designer has included written instructions along with instructions on how to set the colors so that the dye in the cotton doesn't run.  You could use any color combination that you wish, or even go all one color; this crochet skirt would still look great!  You can also easily adjust the size and length, I love this project!

Designed By: Crochetverse

Skill Level: Intermediate

Materials:

  • 800 - 1200 yards worsted weight cotton
  • Sugar’n Cream Cotton (4 oz./200 yards each);  (1,2) ball each of Red, Hot Orange, Hot Blue, and Sunshine
  • Size I (5.5mm) crochet hook
  • tapestry needle
  • scissors
  • stitch marker
  • plain white vinegar for dye setting tutorial
Size: Small, Medium, Large, and Extra Large


June 30, 2016

Arrow Foot Barefoot Sandals -free crochet pattern-


Whoah, check out those flip flop tan lines!  Yep, those are mine, ha ha ha!  That's the result of gardening in my favorite shoes... but put that aside, and these crochet barefoot sandals look like arrows with feathers and are fun to make. (And you can wear them with flip flops :) Enjoy!

Designed By: Farrah Hodgson

Skill Level: Intermediate (due to fsc stitch)

Materials
  • Size 10 crochet cotton
  • Size 1.5mm crochet hook
  • Yarn needle to sew in ends
Size: Adult Feet, one size

Stitches Used:
  • Ch=Chain
  • Sc=Single Crochet
  • Dc= Double Crochet
  • Fsc= Foundation Single Crochet

THE PATTERN!

Ch 25

Rnd 1: Sl st in 2nd ch from hook, sl st in next 21 chs, ch3- 3dc in next ch, 5dc in last ch... --working along opposite side of chains-- 3dc in next ch, ch3- sl st in next 22 chs, sl st in 1st sl st to join.



Rnd 2: Ch1, do not turn; sl st in same st as join, (FEATHER ONE) ch 13- sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next 11 chs, sl st in next 4 sl sts of Rnd 1; (FEATHER TWO) ch 12- sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next 10 chs, sl st in next 4 sl sts of Rnd 1; (FEATHER THREE) ch 11- sc in 2nd c from hook, sc in next 9 chs, sl st in next 12 sl sts of Rnd 1; work 3sc in 3 space, ch 2, sc in next 6 sts, (TOE LOOP) ch 25- sl st in 1st ch to form a loop; sc in same st as last sc, sc in next 5 sts, ch 2, work 3sc in ch 3 space, sl st in next 13 sl sts; (FEATHER THREE) ch 11- sc in 2nd c from hook, sc in next 9 chs, sl st in next 4 sl sts of Rnd 1; (FEATHER TWO) ch 12- sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next 10 chs, sl st in next 4 sl sts of Rnd 1; (FEATHER ONE) ch 13- sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next 11 chs, sl st in last sl st of Rnd 1; sl st in beginning ch to join. FASTEN OFF. Sew in ends.





Straps (alternately use sl st instead of fsc if you wish, I prefer the fsc to give the straps more strength.)

Strap One: Attach thread to bottom right feather through the end sc (right side facing) with a sl st; Work 4 fsc, fsc to attach to Feather Two, work 4 fsc, fsc to attach to Feather One, Work 215 fsc. FASTEN OFF. 





Strap Two: (opposite first strap) Work 215 fsc, (Turn sandal wrong side facing!) fsc to attach to Feather One, work 4 fsc, fsc to attach to Feather Two, work 4 fsc, fsc to attach Feather Three. Fasten off. Sew in ends.



Wear them :)

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