This is a free pattern for a crochet even berry stitch blanket. The even berry stitch is quite simple. It is a variation of a double crochet two together cluster type stitch. All you do is yarn over, (YO) insert your hook into the designated space, YO, pull through, YO, and pull through ONE loop on the hook.
Hello and welcome to a colourful Ta-dah crochet-project finale-reveal type thingy! Yes, today is the day to reveal my finished Circles-to-Squares Throw...woohooo!! I have to admit I am Very VEry happy to be sharing this with you today, honestly, it's...
Yarn: Nine different colours for the squares (all from stash, listed here, + 5 skeins of Novita Wool in white and 3,4 skeins of Gjestal Maija in beige for the edges Hook: 3,5 mm I can't believe I finally finished this. I made the major mistake of not weaving in the ends as I went along, and that's why this poor little blanket sat unfinished for two years. But now it's done and I really like it!
Continuous Join-as-you-go (CJAYG) *Again!* Are you arriving here from Pinterest? That's because this blog post is viral on that platform! Wowzers - thank you all for your continued support. This post has now become the most viewed content on babylovebrand.net, so I have updated it so that it's fresh and new. This tutorial will show…
I'm not sure of the official name for this stitch. Previously I have shared a stitch called Simple Daisy, which also is known as Simple Star stitch. I am using the same basic idea but adding a modification of yarning over before inserting my hook each time, so therefore I just am calling it Modified Daisy.
Create lasting memories for that special baby in your life with one of these quick and colorful afghans from Candi Jensen. Take your pick from shells, flowers, stripes or circles and you will certainly find the perfect snuggle-up project for baby. All are
Framed Circle Square Crochet pattern by Leonie Morgan
A 10 inch crochet square.Skill Level: Easy / IntermediateYarn: Light Worsted / DK weightHook: H size / 5 mmYardage for one square is included.Available in US and UK crochet terminology (the PDF contains both).