Let’s start tunishian stich which is little bit tricky but if you practice it it will be aazing for you.
Mobiles are our very important needs now a days.we can’t live without them😝 even for a day. They should be safe in thier cases.i made a cozy mbl case for you all.
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Grab your hook and yarn, and let’s get started.
Books are very good friends for many of us .we love to learn from them or sometime we have to go for some other work so we need a book mark for our book.if you want to make a beautiful book mark by yourself.then follow my tutorial for basic and easy book mark.
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trebel crochet stich is little bit tricky but easy to learn.it is little bit longer than double crochet.you can make many things with this trebel crochet stich.
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single stich is very easy and quick to make and learn . You can make different things form this stich I will show you how to make a basic circle with single stich.
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single crichet is an easy and very basic stich you can learn it with little practice.you can make a stiff things with single stich.im gonna show you how to make a single stich bow for baby girls headbands,hair pins.
I am going to make a headband pattern for you with very easy and basic stiches of double crochet .which is very easy to learn if you do practice on it.
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This shawl has wonderful texture while also displaying a beautiful colorway.
Skill Level: Easy.
Hook nr. 4 mm
This blanket displays wonderful colors in a rich texture.
Easy: This pattern uses basic stitches, basic shaping and finishing techniques
The rug is worked using tapestry crochet technique. When you are about to change color, start your sc (the last before the color change) but complete it yarning over with the new color. Then work in sc the number of stitches needed in the new color crocheting around others yarn colors so you carry them along through your work. Repeat it for every color change.
Tassels, joining granny squares, magic circle
Having only at the ripe old age of 23 begun investing in make-up and the required tools, I realised I needed somewhere to store my brushes and other potions, so I devised this cunning solution using leftover cotton yarn from other projects.
After trawling the internet, I could not find the angel tree topper I wanted to make, so I just made one myself.
Get a fresh and fruity look this summer, with this juicy clutch purse.
I developed this pattern when I realised that my regular handbag was too big to lug around everywhere. Once I had devised the shape for the bag, I couldn’t help but think of food.
This pattern was heavily inspired by the Pearl Pal Shrug pattern from Stoles & Shrugs | Spinnerin Volume 122 (1953). The original design can be found here but I rewrote it with some alterations in order to modernize the pattern and accommodate it to the larger 21st century wearer.
It’s not often that I’m honoured to get a request, but this time I am.
My fellow intern and general partner in crime from nine to five wanted an extra special birthday gift for his girlfriend. He sent me a photo of her beloved childhood toy, you know, the one you take with you everywhere and end up battered and well loved, and asked me to crochet a shiny, new replica. I wrote this pattern based off the picture he sent me, and wanted to share it with the world.
Crocheted Poncho with Angora Yarn with three types of Granny Squares + a beautiful Pattern
These adorable coasters are the perfect addition to the table of any cat lover. Simple in both construction and design, you won’t be able to stop making them!
The waistcoat stitch is one of the most beautiful crochet stitches…if you know how to use it! This stitch can be really tight, really dense, difficult to work and even more difficult to pick a project it works for! The Cactus Cozy seeks to solve all those issues with an adjustable plant pot holder made in stretchy yarn and a simple, beginner friendly (and free) pattern.
The blanket is made with tapestry crochet technique. When you change color, finish the double crochet yarning over the new color. As you continue your project carry the baby green yarn by crocheting around it. For the other 3 colors work by square, leave the yarn as you change color, use Bobby pin to keep your yarn from unrolling and entangling . You can make 4 squares with each softly baby ice yarn.