New fringed scarf

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Learned how to do a new fringe so I did a step by step for you guys I finished the scarf I did for my mom for Christmas gift

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Crochet Bow

ok well i’ve seen alot of these on blogger doing give a ways for these bows ok so i found this video i’m so gonna try this . though the one blog i was reading did these as a hair bow i’m gonna see what i come up with …so here is the video if you make one comment and let me know so i can see your work. enjoy..

 

Crochet Wreath Pin

*You can use a variety of yarn types.  Sport weight or worsted weight work well.  Our sample was made with green worsted weight yarn with silver threads in it.

  1. sc around a 1″ plastic ring.  Depending on the type of yarn you use, you will probably get 15 to 18 sc around the ring.  You should have enough sc to cover the ring but not overcrowd the ring.
  2. Ch 3, slst in 1st sc *ch3 slst in next sc. Repeat from * around.  Knot off and weave the loose ends back into your crochet piece.
  3. Stitch a bar pin on one side of the wreath. Thread a 7″ piece of  ribbon through two of the sc and tie in a bow.
  4. Stitch the beads in groups of three to the same side of the wreath as the bow.

Read more: http://www.craftelf.com/Crochet_Wreath_Pin.htm#ixzz2BHX58c5r

Craft Supplies:

  • Small amount green or white yarn
  • Plastic O ring
  • 1/8″ ribbon in silver, gold, white or red
  • 15 very small red beads
  • Bar pin
  • Crochet hook Size D
  • Yarn needle
  • Needle & thread

candle snuggie

well i’ve been seeing online alot of crochet project’s about cup hugs, cup cozies so i started doing one and it was to big for my cup so i went looking around the house for some different ways i can use this. and so i stuck it on one of my Yankee candles and it was perfect and gives it a cute look. I also was thinking you could put it on a  med size jar fill it with beads or plant stones and put your crochet hooks in there would be cute too . So let me know what you all think.

Brest Cancer Cozy

Breast cancer awarness month is oct. so i found this cute cozy for any cup. In support for all the strong woman who fight breast cancer. i sure want to try this patter. But i thought i would share it with you before OCt is over !! hehe 🙂 enjoy
Breast Cancer Awareness Cup Cozy (crochet)
MEASUREMENTS
Approx 3½” [9 cm] long and 5″ [12.5 cm] diameter across
top edge.
MATERIALS
Bernat® Handicrafter (50 g/1.75 oz; 73 m/80 yds)
Contrast A (00002 Off White) 1 ball
Contrast B (13011 Softly Taupe) 1 ball
Contrast C (13046 Rose Pink) 1 ball
Note: 1 ball each of A, B, and C will make 2 Cup Cozies.
Sizes 5 mm (U.S. H or 8) and 6 mm (U.S. J or 10) crochet
hooks or size needed to obtain gauge.
GAUGE
12 sc and 13 rows = 4″ [10 cm] with smaller hook.

Instructions:
Note: When joining colors, work to last 2 loops on hook
of first color. Draw new color through last 2 loops and
proceed.
COZY
With larger hook and holding 2 strands of A tog, ch 20. Join
in ring with sl st into first ch.
1st rnd: Ch 1. 1 sc in each ch around. Join B with sl st to
first sc. 20 sc.
2nd rnd: With B, ch 1. 1 sc in each sc around. Join A with
sl st to first sc.
3rd rnd: With A, ch 1. 1 sc in each sc around. Join B with
sl st to first sc.
4th rnd: With B, ch 1. *2 sc in first sc. 1 sc in each of next
9 sc. Rep from * once more. Join with sl st to first sc. Join
A. 22 sc.
5th rnd: As 3rd rnd.
6th rnd: As 2nd rnd.
7th rnd: With A, ch 1. *2 sc in first sc. 1 sc in each of next
10 sc. Rep from * once more. Join B with sl st to first sc.
24 sc.
8th rnd: As 2nd rnd.
9th rnd: As 3rd rnd. Fasten off.
RIBBON
With smaller hook and C, ch 18.
1st rnd: 1 hdc in 3rd ch from hook (counts as 2 hdc).
1 hdc in each of next 5 ch. 2 hdc in next ch. 4 hdc in next ch.
2 hdc in next ch. 1 hdc in each of next 7 ch. Fasten off.
FINISHING
Cross ends of Ribbon and sew to Cozy as shown.

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needed to add this picture . after i posted this blog my friend Amy made this and only took her about 20 min. but i wanted to post this. Thank you amy for the picture.