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Scroll down for the free pattern & tutorial below, or you may purchase the ad-free, printable tutorial from my Etsy shop HERE or the kit from Lion Brand HERE (Use code SITEWIDE40 to get 40% off July 9 2019). Members, your printable is available HERE. Last year I finally had the chance to get my...

The post How To Hand Crochet A Big Yarn Blanket appeared first on Mama In A Stitch.

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Find the free picture tutorial below or you can find the printable version from my Etsy shop HERE, the kit from Lion Brand Yarn HERE (Members, grab your free printable version, here under “Knitting”) If you follow my blog, you already know that I recently used this Lion Brand Crayola Off The Hook Yarn with...

The post How To Make A Hooded Beach Cover-Up Poncho with Loop Yarn – Free Pattern appeared first on Mama In A Stitch.

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See the entire free knitting pattern below, the printable pattern for purchase on Etsy HERE, the kit available from Lion Brand Yarn HERE. Members, grab your printable HERE! Today, I finally get to share this super simple yet beautiful sweater that I’ve been working on for months! It’s knit with the basic garter stitch and...

The post Painted Sky Comfy Shrug – Beginner Sweater Pattern appeared first on Mama In A Stitch.

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Sometimes it’s fun to practice new stitches without committing to a big project. Today, I wanted to share some of my favorite, easy crochet stitch patterns that I’ve used over the last few years. I often like to make small washcloths with new stitches that I’m learning so I can practice while making something useful. ...

The post Pretty & Simple Crochet Stitches To Try – Free Patterns appeared first on Mama In A Stitch.

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Today’s project is fun because it’s so simple, yet you can use it in a variety of ways! This triangle shawl can also be used as a top, cover-up or beautiful wrap.  The stitches are easy enough for adventurous beginners and this really flies off the needles.  It uses just three skeins of yarn or...

The post Triangle Wrap Top – Free Knitting Pattern appeared first on Mama In A Stitch.

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Hey friends! If you’ve followed my blog, you know that I’ve been sharing new, free knitting and crochet patterns about once a week. (I’m cray cray that way)  It’s my passion and I’m so grateful for you and this hobby that we share!  Today I wanted to talk to you about the new membership option...

The post The New Mamas Maker Membership – Knitting and Crochet Printable Patterns appeared first on Mama In A Stitch.

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Circle bags are all over the stores this summer and this airy jute version is super simple to crochet! You’ll see the free pattern below as well as a picture tutorial to help you along (the ad-free printable version is in my shop here).  I’ve seen a lot of other cute crochet circle bags as...

The post How To Crochet A Summer Circle Bag – Free Crochet Pattern appeared first on Mama In A Stitch.

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How do I start a craft blog? I remember incessantly searching this question on google a few years ago.  I also remember thinking that if I ever figure out this “how to blog” thing, I’d let you know about it. So here goes! Below, you’ll find a step by step guide on how to get...

The post How To Start A Blog – Knit, Crochet or Craft appeared first on Mama In A Stitch.

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The boho trend is still going strong and this “Sunburst Crop” is crocheted by integrating several granny squares into the top.  It uses a simple construction method and has minimal shaping – yay!  This isn’t the first time you’ve seen granny squares on the blog ( Remember Yellow Brick Road Granny Blanket and Arlo Granny...

The post How To Crochet A Summer Boho Top – Free Pattern appeared first on Mama In A Stitch.

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