Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s millions of monthly readers. Title: Crochet lace vol 3, Author: Stellaria, Name: Crochet lace vol 3, Length: 80 pages, Page: 1, Published: 2013-11-10
Crochet Sea Motifs – Shells, Starfish and Coral. Beautiful appliques and motifs inspired by the sea! Crochet seashell applique pattern, crochet seashell coaster pattern, seashell motif, you can make any of these sea motifs into garlands, crochet clamshell pattern, crochet sea shells and conch shells. Crochet Sea Motifs Written Patterns She Sells Sea Shells on the Sea Shore Another ‘mini’ that is for a project on its way (watch this space) but others may want to use for a multitude of things…
The Humble Granny Square - Renate Kirkpatrick's Freeform Crochet~Knit~Fibre Designs
instructions are for the easiest & most consistent One colour Granny Square that I know &, although there are many variations, this is the one I use because I know my squares will be square & the corners open & even &, no matter how many rounds are I work, the square stays flat without ruffling or pulling in
Karoo Mystery A Long - Dutch translation | Crochet pattern | Jen Tyler
~~~~~~~~~ PLEASE PAY ATTENTION: THIS IS THE TRANSLATION IN DUTCH ONLY OF THE KAROO PATTERN~~~~~~~~~ Welcome to the Karoo Vintage Mystery - A - Long! Every two weeks a new part of this SloCro Crochet A Long will be released, until Karoo will be a blanket of about 65"x 65". If you are reading this text in English, you are probably looking for the English pattern. That can be found here: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/karoo-vintage-mal Part One is called "Darling" inspired by an…
See how to crochet 3 beautiful edges to finish your project in style (video & written pattern)
You've completed your blanket, but there's something missing. Here, we give you three of the most popular edging stitches for the perfect finishing touch. Shell stitching gives a lovely scalloped edge, picot edging provides a textural finish, and the block stitch adds a quirky note. The good news is that they're all easy. The bad news is that you'll have a hard time choosing just one!