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Friday, May 29, 2015

Fan Photo Friday #3

It's that time again!
I just love seeing your finished projects! Be sure to send pics, so that YOU can be featured!
Here's how Fan Photo Friday works:

This week's feature goes to:

Carol

Thank you, Carol, for sharing your version of the Toddler Tutu Dress! It looks beautiful!

Keep the photos coming, everyone! We love sharing your work!


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Thursday, May 28, 2015

Tulip Stitch {Crochet Stitch Tutorial}

The Tulip Stitch is one of those stitches that looks hard, but is really quite simple. It is made with an easy repeated row. The Tulip Stitch works up rather quickly, and can be used for a variety of crochet projects.
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The Tulip Stitch looks beautiful in a solid color, as well as in coordinated stripes. It works well for afghans, washcloths or dish cloths, scarves, and a couple of rounds can make a pretty blanket edging. Let your imagination run wild with this fun stitch.
Leave a comment, and tell me what you would use the Tulip Stitch for!

To get started, the Tulip Stitch is worked in a multiple of 4 stitches, plus 5 for the foundation chain.
For this tutorial, we will be starting with 25 chains. (4x5=20 +5= 25)
(As always, if you need help with abbreviations, you can check out my post on Common Crochet Abbreviations. There is even a free printable.)



Crochet Tulip Stitch Tutorial



Work in multiples of 4 sts, plus 5 for the foundation chain.
For this tutorial, we will ch 25.
Row 1: dc in 5th ch from hook, skip 3 ch, sc in the next ch, *ch 3,3 dc in same ch as last sc, skip 3 ch, sc in the next ch, rep from * to end. Turn.
Row 2: Ch 4, 3 dc in the first of these ch 4, skip (1 sc, 3 dc), sc in the ch 3 sp, *ch 3, 3 dc in same ch 3 sp as last sc, skip (1 sc, 3 dc), sc in next ch 3 sp, rep from * to end, working last sc under ch 4. Turn.
Repeat row 2 for pattern.

Now let's break it down, step-by-step.
Ch 25

dc in 5th ch from hook,
  skip 3 ch, sc in the next ch, 
*ch 3,3 dc in same ch as last sc, 
 skip 3 ch, sc in the next ch, 
 rep from * to end. Turn.
Ch 4, 
 3 dc in the first of these ch 4,
  skip (1 sc, 3 dc), sc in the ch 3 sp, 
 *ch 3, 3 dc in same ch 3 sp as last sc, 
skip (1 sc, 3 dc), sc in next ch 3 sp,
  rep from * to end, working last sc under ch 4. Turn.
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Just keep repeating the second row to your desired length.

If you like this stitch tutorial, you may like my other stitch tutorials:
Open Shell and Picot Stitch
Open Shell and Picot Stitch
Iris Stitch
Iris Stitch
Be sure to check back often, as I will be adding more stitch tutorials.


Happy Crocheting!

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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Toy Crochet Hook and Yarn {Free Crochet Pattern}

When I crochet, I usually have "my little sidekick" at my side. She loves getting into my yarn and helping me by tangling the heck out of it unraveling it. For her first birthday, I decided to make her a crochet hook and ball of yarn of her own.
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While she enjoys playing with it and trying to figure out the impossible task of trying to unravel that loose little bit of yarn, it has not deterred her from going after my yarn stash. Oh well.

The toy crochet hook and yarn were easy to make.The hook measures approx. 9 inches in length and 4 inches in circumference. The ball of yarn measures approx. 8 inches in circumference. They are a great size for little 1 year old hands!

I chose to use 100% cotton for these toys. I typically use cotton for baby/kids toys because it is easy to wash, and it is more of a pure material.This is just my personal preference, and I am sure that these items can be just as cute with other yarn types.

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Toy Crochet Hook 


Supplies:
Size H crochet hook
Stitch Marker
Yarn needle
Worsted weight yarn (I used 100% cotton)
Stuffing (I used cotton)

Pattern Notes:
Mark the first stitch of the round, moving up with each round. Do not join rounds, just keep working in a spiral.

Pattern:
Ch 2
Round 1: 6 sc in 2nd ch from hook. (6)
Round 2: 2 sc in each st around. (12)
Round 3: [sc, sc2 in next st] rep around. (18)
Rounds 4-6: sc in each stitch around. (18)

Shape hook head:
Round 7: sc 9 (Keep a marker in the first sc. You will come back to it in rounds 8,9, & 12.), ch 6. (9)
Round 8: sc in marked st, sc 8, sc in each of the 6 ch. (15)
Round 9: sc in marked st, (and working through the sts made on the ch) sc in each st around. (15)
Round 10: [sc, sc2tog] rep around. (10)
Round 11: [sc2tog] rep around. [5]
Slip st in next st, FO, leaving long (8in, or so), thread tail through yarn needle and sew closed.

Continue the handle:
Round 12: Reattach yarn to marked stitch. Working in the unworked side of the chain, sc 6, continuing in the unworked stitches from round 6, sc 9. (15)
Rounds 13-38: sc in each st around, stuffing as you go. (15)

Finishing:
[sc2tog] around, rep until 6 sts remain. Sl st in next st, FO leaving long tail (approx. 10 in.), thread tail through yarn needle and sew closed. Weave in all ends.


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Toy Ball of Yarn: 



Supplies:
Size H crochet hook
Stitch Marker
Yarn needle
Worsted weight yarn (I used 100% cotton)
Stuffing (I used cotton)

Pattern:
Ch 4, join with sl st to 1st ch to form ring,
Round 1: ch 2 (does not count as st here and throughout) dc 9 in ring. Join to first dc with sl st. (9)
Round 2: ch 2, starting in same st as join, 2 dc in each st around. Join with sl st to first dc. (18)
Round 3:  ch 2, starting in same st as join, [dc, 2 dc in each st] rep around. Join with sl st to first dc. (27)
Rounds 4-6: ch 2, starting in same st as join, dc in each st around. Join with sl st to first dc. (27)
Round 7: ch 2, starting in same st as join, [dc 1, dc2tog] rep around. Join with sl st to first dc. (18)
Stuff as you go.
Round 8: ch 2, starting in same st as join, [dc2tog] rep around. Join with sl st to first dc. (9)
Round 9: ch 2, starting in same st as join, [draw a loop through each of the next 4 sts, yo and pull through all loops] rep. Sl st in next st, FO leaving long tail (approx. 10 in.), thread tail through yarn needle and sew closed.

Create "yarn ball" stitching:
 Attach yarn to the post of a dc. Sl st through posts around. repeat in desired pattern to get a "wound up" look. When you get your desired look, ch 12.
FO and weave in all ends.



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Monday, May 25, 2015

Team Spirit Hair Scrunchie {Free Crochet Pattern}

Are you looking for a great way to show your team spirit? I've got a fun and cute idea for you!
The Team Spirit Scrunchie!

Team Spirit Scrunchies are perfect for craft booths, gifts, and for keeping long hair back when playing sports. Just customize your colors to match your favorite team or school colors. This scrunchie is easy to make and there is no mistaking your team spirit when you wear it! It works up fairly quickly, so you can make a bunch!
Use red, white, and blue yarn, and they can easily be turned into patriotic scrunchies.


Crochet Team Spirit Hair Scrunchie


Supplies:
Size I crochet hook
Worsted weight cotton yarn in 3 colors
Ponytail hair band



Pattern:
Join color A to ponytail band with slip stitch.

Round 1: (foundation round) ch 1, sc 30 around. Join to first sc with sl st. (30)
Round 2: Ch 4 (counts as sc + ch 3), sc in next st, *ch 3, sc in next st. Rep from * in each st around. Join with sl st to bottom of beg ch 4.
Finish off.

Round 3: Attach color B to the front post of the first sc in the foundation round.

Working around the front post, ch 4 (counts as sc + ch 3), sc in same post, * (sc, ch 3, sc) around the front post of the next st. Rep from * in each front post around. Join with sl st to bottom of beg ch 4.
Finish off.

Round 4: Attach color B to the back post of the first sc in the foundation round.

Working around the back post, ch 4 (counts as sc + ch 3), sc in same post, * (sc, ch 3, sc) around the back post of the next st. Rep from * in each back post around. Join with sl st to bottom of beg ch 4.
Finish off. Weave in all ends.




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Friday, May 22, 2015

Fan Photo Friday #2

Welcome to our second Fan Photo Friday!
I am enjoying seeing your versions of my patterns! Keep them coming, and you can be featured, too!
Step 1: Make a project from a Oui Crochet pattern.
Step 2: Share a photo with us via email or our Facebook Page.
Step 3: Come visit us on Fridays, to see if your work has been featured.


Today, I will be featuring the works of two lovely ladies who used my Little Crochet Purse pattern to make these adorable purses! This little pattern has proven to be a popular one! According to my Popular Post stats (see sidebar), it is my #4 pattern! It was even featured in a free eBook by AllFreeCrochet.com.

Tammy
Front
Side
Thank you, Tammy! Your purse turned out great and I really like your yarn choice! 


Arlene
Front: Arlene made the button larger by turning it into a cute flower.
Back
Inside Bottom and Side
 Arlene reinforced the bottom and sides of the purse with plastic canvas. Great Idea, Arlene! Thanks for sharing!


Don't you think they turned out great? Thanks ladies!




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Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Granny Stripes Candy Cane Scarf {Free Crochet Pattern}

I know that many of you like to get a jump on your Christmas gift crocheting, so I thought I would share this little gem, now.

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I made this Granny Stripes Candy Cane Scarf for my mother-in-law, last Christmas.
The scarf is made of granny stripes, using increases and decreases to work corner to corner. For the color switch, you can crochet over the ends as you go, if you wish. This will save you from having to weave all of them in later. Or, you can do what I did, and take the extra time and effort to do the Russian join for each color change. Admittedly, it is kind of a pain, but the final result is well worth it!

If you enjoy making scarves, you might like my Five Braid Infinity Scarf, Basket Weave Scarf, Quick Infinity Scarf, Lacy V-Stitch Scarf, or The Husband Scarf patterns. There are also a couple more for you to check out in my Pattern Gallery.  Which scarf pattern do you like best? I'd love to hear your opinions. Leave me a comment.

Granny Stripes Candy Cane Scarf


Supplies:
Size I crochet hook
Worsted weight yarn in red and white


Pattern:
Throughout pattern, work alternating 2 rows red, and 2 rows white.
Ch 5
Row 1: (3 dc, ch 1, dc) in 5th ch from hook (first corner made). Turn.

We will be making increases, now.
Row 2: Ch 4,  3 dc in ch 1 space, (3 dc, ch 1, dc) in corner space. Turn.
Row 3: Ch 4,  3 dc in ch 1 space, 3 dc into space between clusters, (3 dc, ch 1, dc) in corner space. Turn.
Rows 4-8: Repeat row 3, working the "3 dc into space between clusters" part across, as many times as necessary.

Now we will shape the rectangle with decreases and increases.
Row 9: Ch 4, 3 dc into next space between clusters (this decrease forms the second corner), 3 dc into each space between clusters, stopping before you work the last space, (3 dc, ch 1, dc) in the last space (increase made). Turn.
Row 10: Ch 4, 3 dc in ch 1 space (increase made), 3 dc into each space between clusters, stopping before you work the last space, (ch 1, dc) into the last space.
stopping before you work the last space.
Rows 11-desired length: Repeat rows 9 and 10.

Finishing- decrease to square off.
**Ch 4, 3 dc into next space between clusters (decrease made), 3 dc into each space between clusters, stopping before you work the last space, (ch 1, dc) in the last space (decrease made and corner formed). Turn.
Repeat from ** until second to last row (this row has 1 space, 1 cluster, 1 space).
Final Row: Ch 4, dc into space at end of row.
Finish off and weave in all ends.
Add fringe, if desired.


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Friday, May 15, 2015

Fan Photo Friday

Welcome to our first Fan Photo Friday!
This is where we feature your work that you have shared with us!

How does it work?
When you make a project from a Oui Crochet pattern, simply share it with us via email or our Facebook Page. Come visit us on Fridays and see if your photo has been shared!
Easy!

Today's Features go to:

Jasmine
 Thank you, Jasmine, for sharing a photo of the Newborn Caterpillar Hat and Cocoon that you made!

Sara

Thank you, Sara, for sharing your version of our Granny Stripes Color Burst Blanket
I am loving the colors that you chose!

Be sure to share your photos with us, and check back for next Friday's features!


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Thursday, May 14, 2015

Iris Stitch {Crochet Stitch Tutorial}

The Iris stitch is a very pretty stitch with a nice drape. It is perfect for a shawl, poncho, blanket or a throw. The stitch looks nice as a solid, and it has a stunning effect when worked in stripes. You can see an example of the Iris Stitch in stripes in my Festive Iris Stitch Striped Throw.

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The Iris Stitch can be described as a hybrid between a shell and a v-stitch. It is simple to do and works up fast.

To get started, you will need to make a foundation chain with multiples of 4 stitches+1, plus 2 for the foundation chain.
For this tutorial, I started with 23 chains. (4 x 5 = 20 + 1= 21 + 2 = 23)
(As always, if you need help with abbreviations, you can check out my post on Common Crochet Abbreviations. There is even a free printable.)


Crochet Iris Stitch Tutorial


Work in multiples of 4 stitches +1, plus 2 for foundation chain.
For this tutorial, we will Ch 23
Row 1: [2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc] in 5th chain from hook, *skip 3 ch, [2dc, ch 1, 2 dc] in the next ch, repeat from * to last 2 ch, skip 1 ch, 1 dc in last ch, turn.
Row 2: Ch 3, skip first 3 dc, *[2 dc, ch1, 2dc] in ch 1 space, skip next 4 dc, repeat from * to the last 2 dc, skip last 2 dc, 1 dc in turning ch, turn.
Repeat row 2 for pattern.

Now, let's break it down, step by step.
Ch 23

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[2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc] in 5th chain from hook,

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 *skip 3 ch, [2dc, ch 1, 2 dc] in the next ch, 

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repeat from * to last 2 ch, 

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skip 1 ch, 1 dc in last ch, 

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turn. Ch 3, 

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skip first 3 dc, *[2 dc, ch1, 2dc] in ch 1 space, 

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skip next 4 dc, repeat from * to the last 2 dc, 

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skip last 2 dc, 1 dc in turning ch, turn.

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Repeat row 2 for pattern.

That's it. Easy, right?
What will you use the Iris Stitch for?  Leave a comment here, and share your works on my Facebook page!

If you like this crochet stitch tutorial, check out my Resources Gallery for more crochet stitch tutorials. I will be adding more tutorials, periodically.
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Monday, May 11, 2015

Flower Applique {Free Crochet Pattern}

I admit, I have been on an applique kick lately. What's not to love about appliques, though. They are fun and quick and can be used for so many different things. My latest applique is this cute little flower. 
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This flower applique can be used for a variety of things. It would make a cut embellishment on a hat, such as this one, or a headband such as this, or this. Or you can use it to jazz up a little dress, or decorate a sippy strap. Those are just a few ideas.
I didn't use this flower for any of them, though.
I used this flower for my 10 year old daughter's jeans. Kids are always getting holes in the knees of their jeans. I whipped up this little flower and sewed it on over the hole, and voila!

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Cute, right? My daughter sure likes it! In fact, a couple of my other daughters want me to make cute patches for their jeans, too! You saw my Yoda applique, right? My 8 year old has claimed that one for a pair of her jeans.
Leave me a comment and tell me what you like to use appliques for. Or, if there is an applique you would like for me to try my hand at designing, leave a comment about that, too!

Crochet Flower Applique

Supplies:
Size F crochet hook
Worsted weight cotton yarn, 2 colors

Pattern:
Flower Center
With color A , ch 3. Join with slip st to first ch to form ring
Round 1: Ch 3 (counts as dc), dc 11 in ring, join with sl st to top of beg ch 3. (12)
Round 2: [ch 3, skip next st, sl st in next st] rep around. (6 ch 3 spaces)
FO
Petals:
Join color B to first ch 3 space.
Round 3: ch 1 (counts as sc) (2 dc, 3 tr, 2 dc, sc) in same ch 3 space, (sc, 2 dc, 3 tr, 2 dc, sc) in each of the next five ch 3 spaces. Join with sl st to beginning ch 1. (6 petals)
FO Weave in all ends.




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Thursday, May 7, 2015

Striped Headband with Butterfly {Free Crochet Pattern}

A couple of weeks ago, when I shared my Small Cluster Headband with Flower pattern, I mentioned that my 4 year old put in an order for a ""a stwiped headband wif a butterfly on it". As promised, here it is!
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She LOVES it! She should, though. She sifted through my cotton yarn and chose the colors herself!

Because cotton yarn doesn't have a lot of give, I decided to use a stitch that does. This stitch is comprised of clusters, puffs, and good ol' single crochets. It is quick to catch on to, and fun to work. When switching colors, I didn't break the yarn. I just dropped the working color, drew the next color up, and carried on working with it. This made switching so much easier!

Before getting started, make sure you know what size headband you will need. You can check out my Hat and Headband Size Chart for help, if need be. While you are at it, you can check out my other charts and such in my Resources Gallery, if you like.

For this headband, you will need to make the butterfly. You can find my pattern for the Butterfly Applique here.


Striped Crochet Headband

Supplies:
Size I crochet hook
Yarn needle
Worsted weight 100% cotton yarn (2 colors for the headband, 3 colors for the butterfly)

Special Stitches:
2 dc cluster-  (This is worked through 2 stitches) (yo, insert hook in next st, yo, draw through st, yo, draw through 2 loops on the hook) twice, yo, draw through all 3 loops on hook.
3 dc puff st: (yo, insert hook in next st, yo, draw through st, yo, draw through 2 loops on the hook) 3 times in same st, yo, draw through all 4 loops on hook.

Pattern:
Colors will alternate 2 rows color A, 2 rows color B
Ch 10
Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in each ch across. Turn.
Row 2: Ch 3 (counts as dc) skip first sc, *(dc, ch 1, dc) in the next sc, skip next 2 sc, repeat from * across within last 2 sc, dc in the next sc, ch 1, work 2 dc cluster, work first half-closed dc in last sc worked, work 2nd half dc in the last sc. Turn.
Row 3: Ch 3, (counts as dc) 3 dc puff st in next ch 1 sp, (ch 2, 3 dc puff st) in each ch 1 sp across, skip next dc, dc in 3rd ch of turning ch. Turn.
Row 4: Ch 1, sc in first dc, sc in next cluster, *2 sc in next ch 2 sp, sc in next cluster, repeat from * across to turning ch, sc in 3rd ch of turning ch. Turn.
Row 5: Ch 1, sc in each st across. Turn.
Repeat rows 2-5 for pattern to desired length. Sew or slip stitch ends together, to form headband.

Sew on butterfly applique.



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Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Butterfly Applique {Free Crochet Pattern}

This cute butterfly applique can be used for many different things. You can embellish a hat, a dress, use it as a cute patch to patch up the hole that your little girl just got in her new jeans (doesn't this always seem to happen?) or use it for a number of other things.

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I love to hear your ideas! Jump down to the comments section below and share what you would do with this butterfly.

Check back later this week to see what I did with it.

Hmmm... I don't know about you, but I am thinking of what I can do with other appliques, too. If you are looking for a few others, please check out my Sunflower Appliques, the cute flowers in my Garden Party Tic-Tac-Toe game, or the flower that I paired with my Small Cluster Headband. And for you Star Wars fans, I made a Yoda Applique for May the 4th.

What appliques would you like to see? Maybe a butterfly? Okay. We will get back to the task at hand.

The butterfly works up really quick, and you can choose whatever colors you want. I used a cotton yarn, but I am sure it will turn out nicely with any worsted weight yarn.
     

Butterfly Applique

Supplies:
Size J crochet hook
Worsted weight 100% cotton in yarn 3 colors

Pattern:
With color A, ch 11
Starting at head
Round 1: 2 sc in 2nd ch from hook, slip st in next 8, (slip st, ch 1, slip st) in last ch, working the back side of the foundation ch and skipping the ch you just worked, slip st 8, sc in the last ch. Join to first sc with sl st. FO

For the wings:
Round 2: **Skip the first 2 sc and the first 2 slip sts, join color B to the next stitch. Ch 4, (4 Tr, 1 dc) in the same st, slip st in the next st, (3dc, 1 sc) in the next st, sl st in the next st. FO*

Turn so that the wing you just worked is on the bottom, and the head is on the right. Locate your first slip st closest to the head and skip that st and the next one. Join your yarn to the next (3rd) slip st. Repeat the pattern from ** to * for the second wing.

Round 3: Join color C to the bottom slip st of the first ch 4 of one of the wings. Ch 2, hdc up each of the 4 ch sts, hdc in the 4 tr sts, hdc in the dc, slip st into the first sc of the smaller wing half, sc in the next 2 dc, sc in the next sc, slip st in the same slip st as the previous row. FO
Repeat with other wing.

Weave in all ends. Tie a bit of yarn to head and knot ends for antennae.




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