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A Cold Snap Shawlette

This simple shawlette recipe can be customized to your preferred size (or, to use up just the right amount of yarn!). This shawlette is perfect for accessorizing, keeping you cozy when it gets suddenly cold, or protecting your neck in air conditioning. Red Heart Boutique Unforgettable, a self-patterning yarn, does all the colorwork for you. Skills used Basic crochet stitches: chain, double crochet, single crochet, slip stitch Working in rows (for shawlette and border) Working in the round (for edging) Crocheting in chain spaces, skipping stitches Increasing and decreasing with special stitch patterns: dc2tog, dc5tog (with written explanations in pattern)

A Cold Snap Shawlette

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Silver Bells Crochet Shawl Wrap

This Silver Bells Crochet Shawl Wrap is one of those easy crochet patterns for a simple and elegant handmade accessory. If you are looking for a fun and easy crochet project with beautiful results, this one will not disappoint. One skein of yarn makes this lovely shawl. If you have not tried the Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball yarn yet, I would encourage you to give it a try. Just imagine spending a cool, crisp morning ride out in the country in a beautiful sleigh with the snow on the ground and sun shining through the trees. You are snuggled under a blanket, dressed in your warm clothes with your pretty lace wrap on. The silver bells on the sleigh are making their beautiful music as the sleigh glides through the snow. When I saw the colors of this yarn, this is the picture that came to my mind. Enjoy each moment. Wearing an asymmetrical shawl is so easy to dress up any fashion statement. It takes seconds to drape the wrap around your shoulders and you are off looking so stylish. Add a beautiful brooch for another decorative and timeless look. 

Silver Bells Crochet Shawl Wrap

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Bewitching Braids Bag

A roomy and practical tote bag made with super bulky Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick and Quick sot it works up quickly! Features a braided cable that is easy yet gorgeous! This pattern is a great introduction to cables for the beginning crocheter as this is a one-row repeat! Perfect large bag for your WIPs (works in progress) or everyday necessities. Approximate finished size is 14” wide x 15” tall (not including bag handles). A fun and easy pattern to make!Bewitching Braids Bag

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Vibrant Catherine Wheel Afghan

The brightness of this Vibrant Catherine Wheel Afghan will add a splash of color to any room of your house. You'll need 3 or 4 balls of each color yarn to complete this crochet pattern. It's the perfect size for a single bed; it measures 54" wide x 44" long. Two strands of yarn are used throughout, creating a double thickness.

Vibrant Catherine Wheel Afghan

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Bloomin Scrubbie

I LOVE the scrubbies that are made from net but it hurts my hands to work with the netting so I designed a scrubbie to hold nylon net scrubbers. There are lots of patterns that crochet around the net. They are wonderful, but I usually buy the dollar store packs of scrubbers and they fall apart quickly. I wanted something I could keep using and just replace the nylon scrubber. Materials Cotton yarn in one or two colors of choice G Crochet Hook Yarn needle, nylon scrubbie

Bloomin Scrubbie

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Emerald Isle Butterfly Shawl

Since the last 2 shawls were so successful, I thought you would want another big shawl to crochet. The Bat-terfly shawl is beautiful but I really like those plus-size shawls that are so great for all sizes! My daughter is 11 but she still grabbed up the shawl all the same and started wrapping it around herself in many different ways! It can be a dress for her or a cowl, scarf, a big poncho, or even a small poncho! For this project you will need 4 mm hook or size G hook. For the yarn, I used a Yarn cake from YarnArt 'Flowers' yarn, color 272 Content 55% Organic Cotton 45% Anti Pilling Acrylic Ball Weight 250 g (8.8 oz) Yarn Weight 1  Fingering Yarn Length 1,000 m (1,093 yd).

Emerald Isle Butterfly Shawl

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Medicine Bag Pouch

This little guy measures 4 inches tall by 2-1/2 inches wide, with a drawstring at the top, and a fold-over cover that the drawstring feeds through. There’s also a little loop in the back for attaching to a keyring or cord. It's great for keeping your small crystals or trinkets safe and accessible. I used cotton worsted weight yarn, but any yarn will work as long as you use an appropriate hook size.

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Relief Wave Crochet Stitch

There are many variations of wavy crocheting patterns that we often use to create children’s blankets, cardigans, blouses and tops. You can learn how to crochet by the example of this one. I tested both a new wavy embossed pattern and a new yarn for myself. In the Tutorial, I started a pattern from a row of tr’s, but I think it’s better to start with a row of sc’s. As you wish. Still this pattern is beautiful, if you work it in 2 rows of different colors. Change the color at the beginning of the row which is all of treble crochets. You can try to replace tr with dc, or try to change the number of tr. This pattern – interesting mathematical task. And a wonderful result for any changes! Crochet with Fun!

Relief Wave Crochet Stitch

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Neat And Tidy Dishcloth

The neat and tidy dishcloth is a small dishcloth with a handy loop for hanging. For this pattern you can pick two colors of your favorite all cotton yarn. The ribbing of the pattern is created by single crocheting around the front post of the stitches and mitering each row, until it gets smaller and smaller. The dishcloth is finished off with an i-cord edging. These dishcloths take an hour to make and would make great housewarming gifts.

Neat And Tidy Dishcloth

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Granny Square Rectangle Shawl

At a garage sale, I scored a crocheted piece that I perceived to be a rectangle shawl, but could have been a table runner. It was comprised of two large granny squares seamed together with a single crochet join. While I was not crazy about the colors and there was some paint that got on it at some point, I was in love with the idea, and took it home as inspiration for this shawl.

Granny Square Rectangle Shawl

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