My crochet chess set pattern is now available to purchase as an instant PDF download in Rebeckah's Treasures Crochet Pattern Store for only $15.00 USD.
Instructions include how to make each of the chess pieces pictured above, and how to make the chess board that converts into a bag. To go directly to the listing, see Crochet Chess Set Pattern.
After some seeing some people were interested in free crochet barbie clothes, I set out to make a few available. This is the second one.
This crochet barbie top is worked from the bottom, up, and then one final edging row is done on the bottom. It uses two snap fasteners in the back. More views of the top on barbie are pictured below.
For this top, you will need to know how to single crochet, double crochet, how to do chains, how to make a puff stitch, and how to make a picot.
After some seeing some people were interested in free crochet barbie clothes, I set out to make a few available. This is the first one.
This crochet barbie skirt goes to the knees but rounds can be repeated to make it longer. It uses a snap fastener in the back.
For this skirt, you will need to know how to single crochet, how to do chains, and how to make a shell stitch.
Depending on your skill level and how fast you can crochet, this scrunchy can take anywhere from 30-60 minutes to whip up!
You will need a ponytail band, yarn, and a hook.
This pattern is very flexible in yarn and hook size. For instance, I crocheted one using a 1.7mm hook and another using a 2.1mm hook and they ended up being the same size (see picture below...).
I used crochet cotton thread size 10 for this scrunchy, but any light weight yarn should work well.
Now you can make your crochet barbie outfits matching heels with this crochet basic barbie heels pattern! Continue Reading for the video tutorial and written pattern...
This pattern is copyrighted to Rebeckah Ferger of www.rebeckahstreasures.com. It is for personal use only. No part of this pattern may be copied or distributed in any way. If you sell what you make from this pattern, please credit me as the designer. All rights reserved, 2013.
I was playing around with tapestry crochet. This time I thought I would try tapestry crochet in the round. I was meaning to make it larger, but I wanted to used the yarn for something else. So I fastened off and it became a small doily/coaster.
To see other tapestry crochet creations, check out Tapestry Crochet Shoulder Bags, Tapestry Crochet Top, or Crochet Chess Set.
While I was in between crochet projects in March, I wanted to make some more clothes for Kelly. So I made her a red halter dress, a bathing suit, and a top with shorts that can also be used for Tommy.
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