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I had so much fun making these projects! I have always wanted a crocheted makeup clutch in bright fun colors but I wanted it lined and, no matter how much I tell myself I’m going to line something, it usually just sits in my work basket for…… ever. With these, I used prepurchased little muslin […]
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Most of the time, when you think about Tunisian crochet, you think about something solid or dense. Just like any other needlecraft, though, it’s not necessary to make a dense project. You can loosen your stitches for more bounce and drape. Tunisian crochet lace can be easily accomplished. Lace means that you have spots of […]
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When you’re looking for a specific size of Tunisian crochet hook, you’ll find lots of different sets. My favorite set is ChiaoGoo Tunisian Crochet Interchangeable Set with Cables. Once you see how easy it is to do Tunisian crochet and you quickly fall hopelessly in love with it, I recommend that you start looking into […]
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Bouquet Baby Topdesigned by Kim Guzman © July 2015Please read my Terms of UseTechnique: Regular Crochet Finished sizes 12 months with 18 months in parenthesis Finished measurements Materials Valley Yarns 5/2 mercerized cotton, approx. 350 (400) yds of color 6399 sheer lilac Small amounts: color 1205 banana, 2194 algiers blue, 6319 blue iris and 5211 […]
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Welcome to the In Stitches Free Crochet Pattern Party 36 brought to you by the In Stitches Team Follow Nicki: Blog • Facebook • Instagram • Pinterest • Ravelry Follow Katie: Blog • Facebook • Instagram • Pinterest • Ravelry Follow Kim: Blog • Facebook • Instagram • Pinterest • Ravelry Follow Maria: Blog • […]
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“Crochet Pink” is by Janet Rehfeldt and was published in 2013 by Martingale Publishing. I have known Janet for years. She publishes patterns in crochet, knit, knit machine and Tunisian crochet. She’s a force in the industry! So many of us have been impacted by breast cancer, whether we’ve dealt with it personally or know […]
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Shui Baby Jacketdesigned by Kim Guzman Wrestle a squirmy baby into a pullover and you’ll immediately appreciate the beauty of designer Kim Guzman’s Shui Baby Jacket. Crocheted in 3 soft colors of silky bamboo-blend Spa, this easy-tie kimono style jacket makes dressing baby easy and absolutely adorable. This pattern was provided courtesy of Caron International […]
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Darling One-Piece Romper designed by Kim Guzman Technique: Regular Crochet This is a one piece tank with peplum and attached shorts, perfect for your on-the-go toddler. I designed it in the style of vintage bathing suits. RED HEART® “LusterSheen®”: 2 (2, 3, 3) skeins 0824 Medium Blue A and 1 (1, 1, 1) skein 0007 […]
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English Name: Tunisian Ladder Lace Stitch Symbol Chart Tunisian Extended Stitch (tes): When used at the beginning of the row, it simply means that you chain one to bring the first stitch up in height. When used in other stitches for this stitch pattern, insert hook as for Tunisian Simple Stitch, pull loop through, then […]
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English Name: Tunisian Simple Stitch Rib Symbol Chart This stitch pattern is made to look like knit ribbing but note that it doesn’t actually stretch in the same manner. Level of Curling: Moderate curling. More information on the natural curling of Tunisian crochet. Video Support If you are experiencing difficulties viewing this, you may need […]
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