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10.09.2009

Great patterns for our crocheters

We are going to focus on the crocheters this week. Here are some free crochet patterns we love to make you holiday gift making a little easier.

Scarves
the Wavelength- A sideways openwork scarf that works up fairly quickly and would look amazing in Noro Silk Garden Sock or Zaunderball.

Tea Scarf
- feminine without being lacy. This scarf can be made with one skein of Malabrigo Worsted.

Mossy Cowl- This cowl crocheted using an L hook and cobweb yarn comes out fluffy and warm with Cascade Kid Seta.

Hats
Swirls Cap- This cute little cap would be great in Brown Sheep worsted, you'll even have enough left over for some matching fingerless mitts.

Pretty Puffs Slouchy Hat
- A quick openwork project that can be finished in an evening. We suggest a ball of Malabrigo worsted to really make this project pop.

Hands
Feminine Wrist Warmers- these lovely little warmers add a nice detail to your winter coat and would be amazing knit out of Noro Silk Garden.

Fingerless or Not- This basic glove pattern is perfect for those seeking a little simplicity.

Feet
Mary Jane Slippers- these simple slippers can be dressed up with flowers and fancy buttons or kept plain with a contrasting edging, either way they make a great gift.

Christmas Slippers- Who doesn't want some Santa slippers?

Other

Little Acorn Project Bag- The perfect gift for the sock knitter in your life.

Mollie Flowers
- These cute little flowers can be made with scrap yarn and made into anything from barrettes to pins to scarves.

Birds of a Feather- Pictured above, these little guys are a favorite of ReBelle customers. Another quick and easy project that uses about any worsted weight yarn you have laying around.

Gumball the kitten
- Another great amigurumi pattern, this little guy would look great sitting atop any gift under the tree.

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2 Comments:

Blogger robiewankenobie said...

hey! that bluebird of happiness lives on my dashboard, bringin' me joy every single day.

12:39 AM  
Blogger Tribal Horse Designs said...

great patterns ..thanks for posting them !

2:19 PM  

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