Best Crochet Patterns

Crochet Pattern: Easy Adjustable Dog Sweater Coat

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on February 13th, 2014 by Rachel Choi – Be the first to comment
It doesn’t matter if your dog is super tiny or extra large, this dog sweater coat can be crocheted for ANY dog! Dogs of all sizes can have thin hair and get cold in the winter. Crochet a sweater tailored to your dog with this pattern. The pattern will show you how to measure your dog and make a proper fit. The sweater can be made as long or short as you desire. There is a lot of flexibility in the pattern, so feel free to get creative to make a unique sweater for your dog. The sweater is designed with a main body piece that covers the top and sides of the dog. It is secured with straps along the front of the neck and straps underneath the stomach.

crochet dog sweater coat

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Crochet Pattern: Comfy Snuggle Wrap

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on February 9th, 2014 by Amy Lynn Yarbrough – Be the first to comment
One of the best ways to show someone you care is by giving them something you have taken the time to make. That is exactly what I wanted to do by making this soft and chunky wrap for a friend. When times get difficult, we all need something to brighten us up a bit. I wanted my friend to remember when she wraps up in this crocheted piece, similarly, God’s arms are always there for her. And now I’d like to share this pattern with you. Maybe you know someone who could use a little comfort right now or maybe you need to feel it. Relax with your favorite chunky yarn and let the problems of today roll away! crochet comfy snuggle wrap

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Crochet Pattern: Buttoned Kerchief

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on February 2nd, 2014 by Candace – 1 Comment
Kerchiefs are a more compact but still warm alternative to the bulkiness of a scarf. Unlike a cowl that fits just as closely, you don’t need to pull it over your head. This kerchief is fastened at the back of the neck with a large button. It can also be worn on the head like a bandana in place of a hat or headband. This kerchief is crocheted from the bottom up, with a simple yet interesting open work pattern. crochet buttoned kerchief

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Crochet Pattern: Mountain Scenery Mini Pillow

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on January 26th, 2014 by Amy Lynn Yarbrough – 2 Comments
Crocheting a scene is a bit tricky but I’ve managed to overcome the difficulties of this by using what I call the Backwards Single Crochet. It’s a more attractive alternative to the Reverse Single Crochet, also known as the Crab stitch, and provides you with the ability to keep the “right side” of stitches always on the front. I chose Bernat’s Handicrafter Cotton and I really like the natural look the fiber of the yarn gives to the project and the scene. This pattern uses a series of single crochet and backwards single crochet stitches with a bunch of colors changes. Mountain Scenery Mini-Pillow

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Crochet Pattern: Mug Dress Cozy

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on January 20th, 2014 by Candace – 2 Comments
Put your coffee or tea in its Sunday best with a pretty embellished dress. Pretty faux pearls and a ribbon are lovely additions to the dress, but of course, you can embellish it as you please and make it your own. The dress cozy slips easily over a three inch diameter mug with a little room to spare. Smaller or much larger mugs are easily accommodated with simple adjustments. Just add or subtract rows or stitches and try it on your mug as you work. crochet mug dress cozy

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Crochet Pattern: Vanilla Cream Infinity Scarf

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on January 9th, 2014 by Amy Lynn Yarbrough – Be the first to comment
Winter has just begun and days of frosty weather are still ahead! So here’s another wintry pattern to keep you warm for the winter. It’s quite long, giving the wearer the ability to wrap it once and wear it long or wrap it twice for a closer cowl like fit. The stitches used are pretty basic and provide a mesh material that sits well against itself with the proper amount of drape. I chose a cream color because there is just something irresistible about it. Think of your favorite color and try it out! Vanilla Cream Infinity Scarf

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Crochet Pattern: Mini Tiara Set

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on January 5th, 2014 by Candace – Be the first to comment
Tiaras are a must for any princess, and this set is perfect for royal playtime. Crochet these tiaras for dress up and playtime or for a princess themed party. They look good set upon a child’s head or a doll’s and can be made to match whatever is in the royal wardrobe. The tiaras are great projects for sparkly and metallic yarns. You can give the tiaras your own special touch by adding sparkly beads while you crochet! crochet tiara set

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Crochet Pattern: Blossoming Doily Rug

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on December 29th, 2013 by Claire Ortega-Reyes – Be the first to comment
Add beauty and cheer to any room in your house with this deceptively simple doily rug. The main body of the rug is inspired by pretty flowers blossoming. The decidedly feminine design is tempered with a geometric border highlighted with picots. Made with super bulky yarn and a 10.00 mm hook, you’ll be done after only 12 rounds of crochet work. crochet blossoming doily rug

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Crochet Pattern: Ruffle Earmuffs

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on December 23rd, 2013 by Candace – 1 Comment
There’s no need to wrap your head up with your scarf or mess up your hat by pulling the brim down when you have a pair of earmuffs, especially ones as cute as these. They are made with bulky yarn, so they don’t need to be stuffed, but you can do so if you like. The muffs and band are simple and require minimal sewing, so they’re a great choice for beginners. The band is tied at the back to secure it while wearing. crochet ruffle earmuffs

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Crochet Pattern: Abigail Hat and Scarf Set

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on December 13th, 2013 by Amy Lynn Yarbrough – Be the first to comment
Wrap up this winter with a home-made hat and scarf! Being a big fan of the slouchy look in hats it’s no wonder that the majority of them in my crocheted collection are a form of slouchy beret. And now here is one for you! Pair it with its matching scarf and you’ll love the look.
When I first saw a design similar to this scarf on a film, I decided I wanted to mimic it. I played around with a few stitches until I found this one. By pulling the initial yarn over of a double crochet up higher than normal, you achieve a long and lacy stitch that no one will guess is a basic stitch. This stitch pattern mimics broomstick lace and hairpin lace, but is so much simpler to crochet!
crochet hat and scarf set

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