Happy Thursday, everyone! Today’s pattern is all about Tunisian Cables! (They are really more like chains, but cables just sounds nicer). Let’s talk about this pattern for one quick second. This is a great pattern for intermediate crocheters looking to grow their TC skills. You will need to be super …
This pattern has been a while in the making! It was requested a long time ago, but the stars were surprisingly difficult to work out, so I’ve just recently finished putting the pattern together. Some quick notes on this pattern: once you get the hang of the open stitches (to …
Let’s crochet a baby sweater! This pattern is pretty straight-forward and easy, once you get the hang of the Alternating Posts Stitch. Remember that if you are lost, or have questions, you can always email me, or leave a comment below. Here’s what you’ll need: Yarn: 2 skeins of Woolike …
Today, we’re crocheting a crib blanket that features the Tunisian Lattice stitch we worked on last week. For this project, I opted for large color stripes to add a bright, and playful element to the design. I decided to crochet this in a crib size so that it was an …
This one is an old pattern from a tutorial I posted last year. Originally, this pattern was posted in my old blog, but I inadvertently deleted it when I closed the website. The pattern was recently requested, so I’ve typed it up and here it is! You really can use …
We’ve got some new little ones joining the extended family, so you know what that means….. it’s baby blanket time! Since we’re on a Tunisian Crochet kick, I’ve worked up an easy to make pattern that any level of crocheter can make! This modern, chunky blanket is crocheted using a …
This cute bonnet was requested by a friend as a Halloween Costume for her little one (she was a hen, so the bonnet also had a comb which is not pictured.
This got me thinking, maybe someone else could use a bonnet? Anyhow, here is the pattern 🙂 The pattern does include sizing for children, teens and adults.
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Here are the materials you’ll need to complete this pattern:
Yarn: 1 skein of medium yarn.*
Hook: 5 mm
Additional materials: Scissors, Measuring Tape, yarn needle.
Notes: This pattern is worked by completing the body of the bonnet, then completing the back and ties.
*if using a light yarn, such as a baby yarn, use a 4.25 mm hook.
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Skill level: Intermediate
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What you’ll need for this pattern: Yarn: 2 Skeins Comfy Cotton, by Lion Brand Yarn (yarn details under the sizing chart) Color 1 is the background color for the patch, Color 2 is the color of the whale and the romper. Hook: 4 mm Tunisian Hook 5 mm Tunisian Hook …
This is a fun, and easy to make Tunisian Crochet Blanket pattern that is easily adjustable to make a larger or smaller blanket. The body of the blanket is crocheted in a Tunisian Knit Stitch, while the border is crocheted in an Ocean Stitch (also a Tunisian Stitch). Don’t know …
Pattern update! It’s currently June 2, 2020 and this is the latest version of the Hearts Blanket Pattern. It will be a little different than the tutorial, in that the stitch counts are different. Why? I found a better, less confusing way to explain stitch counts than what I posted …