Christmas Cat Stocking
The completed stocking will measure 17” x 6”, I would describe it as a full sized Christmas stocking, the perfect size to hang over your fireplace ready to be filled with gifts. I used Aran (weight 4) yarn in 2 colours. I used ‘stylecraft special‘ A - silver 291m B - white 95m Supplies you will need - Crochet hook 6mm - Tapestry needle - Aran yarn - Stitch markers (optional) - Scissors This pattern is intermediate level with no sewing required. The pattern is written in USA terminology. You will need to know basic crochet stitches (sc, hdc, dc, tr). You'll also need to know how to work in Front/back loops and front/back posts. The pattern is 5 pages long and includes progress photos, gauge information and finished sizes.
Who is in the mood for adorable? Meet today's bright spot: these completely cute Crochet Cat Coasters! Make these crochet cat coasters out of fun scrap yarn like I did or go for neutral grays, browns and ecru shades. I can tell you that I feel like a crochet rockstar when I make these cuties. Why you might ask? Because the entire thing is worked in one piece with the ears and tail worked in the last row. Cute, clever and fast. Really. Can you beat that? I don't think so. These crochet cat coasters are this week’s favorite in my house!
If you're after a quick Christmas crochet pattern that you can use as an ornament, stocking filler, or just as decoration in your cosy Christmas space, then how about hooking up these free Christmas gnome crochet patterns!
This free crochet gnome pattern is easy to hook up, and you can enjoy mixing and matching the pompoms and yarns to make each crochet gnome unique, working both plain and stripy hats to suit your taste.
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Of course the Swirly Cat animal coaster is a perfect project particularly for those of you who like make sets of the same stuff in different hues. Swirly Cat costers are such a funny, eye-cathing and original coaster, that you won't ever be disappointed with the color!
The full article about the pattern and the photos are on Ravelry: