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Amigurumi Owl

Posted by on May 30, 2013 in Crochet, Knitting & Crochet | 1 comment

Amigurumi Owl

Pattern by: Kaitlyn Here’s the pattern that was voted for in the Crochet Pattern Poll I posted earlier. There was actually a tie between the Cross-Stitch Dishcloth and this pattern, but I decided to do this pattern. If you would like me to post the Cross-Stitch Dishcloth pattern, leave a comment below. This tiny owl is about 2.5 inches tall. It can be used as a keychain or just a little friend for the young and young at heart in your life. I hope you have as much fun making it as I did! Materials: size US E/4 or 3.5mm crochet hook sport...

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Crochet Pattern Poll

Posted by on May 25, 2013 in Other | 0 comments

Crochet Pattern Poll

This poll is now closed. Thank you to all who voted! There are two patterns that are in a tie, so I will pick a pattern and post it as soon as I design it. If you have any further comments or suggestions on patterns, please leave a comment below, I love to hear from you!

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Granny Stripe Water Bottle Cozy & Carrier

Posted by on May 24, 2013 in Crochet, Knitting & Crochet | 3 comments

Granny Stripe Water Bottle Cozy & Carrier

Pattern by: Kaitlyn I just love crocheting with the granny stripe pattern, and I’ve made several projects with it. So I wanted to create one of my own patterns with the granny stripe to share with you! This cozy should fit a water bottle that’s about 8 in. around and 7 in. tall, but you can adjust the amount of granny stripe rows to make the cozy taller or shorter (you can also adjust the length of the handle, but keep in mind that the handle will stretch as you use it).       Materials: size US J/10 or 6mm crochet...

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Granny Square Clutch

Posted by on Apr 11, 2013 in Crochet, Knitting & Crochet | 1 comment

Granny Square Clutch

Pattern by: Kaitlyn Sorry I haven’t been posting any patterns for awhile… I was just trying to come up with a great pattern for you! I was looking at a great blog called Stitch of Love, and I saw a picture of a little granny square pouch that the owner of the blog had made. So I decided to write my own pattern to offer to you! This clutch is 5 inches square with a buttoned flap, for secure storage for those little items you may have! I hope you enjoy making my granny square clutch pattern! Materials: size US H/8 or 5mm crochet...

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Water Bottle Cozy & Carrier

Posted by on Mar 25, 2013 in Crochet, Knitting & Crochet | 0 comments

Water Bottle Cozy & Carrier

Pattern by: Kaitlyn This pattern is a 2 in 1! You get a water bottle cozy, which is great for protecting a glass water bottle, and it makes any water bottle look great. You also get a water bottle carrier, which is nice if your water bottle doesn’t have a handle to carry it with. Another great thing about this cozy, is that it fits most water bottles’ circumference. All you have to do is adjust the depth and the length of the handle. Materials: size US I/9 or 5.5mm crochet hook 1 skein worsted weight yarn scissors yarn needle...

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Desktop Jar Cozy

Posted by on Mar 23, 2013 in Crochet, Knitting & Crochet | 0 comments

Desktop Jar Cozy

Pattern by: Kaitlyn You can use this cute desktop jar cozy to hold pens, pencils, crochet hooks, etc. for easy access when you’re working at you’re desk. Materials: size US I/9 or 5.5mm crochet hook 1 skein bulky (category 5) yarn scissors yarn needle an 8oz widemouth jelly jar Let’s get started… ch 5, sl st in 5th ch from hook to form a ring ch 2, 10 dc in the ring, sl st to first dc (pull tail to tighten the ring if you worked over the tail) ch 2, 2 dc in each st around, sl st to first dc ch 2, dc in each st around,...

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Hairbrush Cozy

Posted by on Mar 23, 2013 in Crochet, Knitting & Crochet | 0 comments

Hairbrush Cozy

Pattern by: Kaitlyn This hairbrush cozy is a quick and easy way to add some style to your morning. You can adjust the length and width to fit any hairbrush, and you could also make it to fit a handheld mirror! Materials: size US I/9 or 5.5mm crochet hook worsted weight yarn scissors yarn needle Lets get started… ch the length of the handle ch 1, turn, hdc in each st across repeat step 2 until the work is wide enough to wrap once around the handle snugly fold the work with the RS facing in, sl st the long edges together (if you want the...

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Net Stitch Bookmark

Posted by on Mar 9, 2013 in Crochet, Knitting & Crochet | 0 comments

Net Stitch Bookmark

Pattern by: Kaitlyn I love making this bookmark because it’s so quick and easy; it is also a great crochet pattern for beginners. It’s looks more complicated than it really is, trust me! Materials: any DK or sports weight yarn (I used Bernat “Baby Coordinates”) size US H/8 0r 5mm crochet hook scissors yarn needle Let’s get started… ch a multiple of 5 (such as 5, 10, 15, 20, etc.) for the length of the bookmark dc in the 6th ch from the hook *ch 2, skip two sts, dc in the 3rd st, rep from * to the end of the...

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The Mini Purse

Posted by on Mar 1, 2013 in Crochet, Knitting & Crochet | 0 comments

The Mini Purse

Pattern by: Kaitlyn Materials: K or 6.5mm crochet hook 2 skeins worsted weight yarn yarn needle scissors Let’s get started… ch 40, sl st in the 20th ch from the hook ch 1, hdc in each st around, sl st in the first hdc ch 2, dc in each st around sl st in the first dc repeat steps 2-3 for 7 more rounds, ending with a hdc round ch 2, dc for 22 (ch 2 counts as one st) ch 1, turn, hdc back across the row ch 2, turn, dc across the row ch 1, turn, skip next st, hdc in the next st, hdc across the row, skip 2nd to last st, hdc in last st...

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Everyday Bag

Posted by on Feb 27, 2013 in Crochet, Knitting & Crochet | 1 comment

Everyday Bag

Pattern by: Kaitlyn I got lots of compliments from my friends and family when I used my bag today, so I’m sure you will, too! I used two skeins of yarn at a time while making this bag to make it extra durable, so that’s why the pattern calls for 4 skeins… I used less than one skein of Caron One Pound Yarn by working with the strand of yarn from the middle of the skein and the yarn from the side of the skein at the same time (I do not recommend doing this; you will end up with a tangled mess… or at least I did). My...

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