Hoot, hoot! I'm hunting for our favourite animal patterns and now I'm ready to show you crochet patterns for majestic Owl Accessories & Home Decor I've found...
Owls are so popular in the crochet world, so I've split them up into 3 posts. Creative owl appliques, purses, blankets, pillows and other fun accessories for you and your home can be found in this post. Make them for you, your friends, and everyone you know who loves Owls!
After over a year of telling myself that I needed to crochet a small shoulder bag that I can use, I finally did it!
I started on it last week, and have been working on it in between working on the wedding accessory series and the mermaids.
It is not quite finished yet as it still needs a zipper, but the crochet part is finished.
It is roughly 6" wide by 8.5" tall (15 x 22 cm approx.), and it is straighter than the photo was able to capture.
It has two separate sections inside the bag. The smaller section, which is about half the length of the bag, will be used for my keys, change and any other miscellaneous small items. The larger section, which is the full length of the bag, will be used for my cell phone, camera and any other item that I might need.
Recently, I asked my fellow crochet designer friends to share with me their most favourite crochet pattern from their shops. I have rounded them all up here along with one of mine, and I'll bet you'll soon be seeing why we love them all so much!
I have recently joined a fantastic community of lovely crochet designers, and thought that it would be super fun to share some of their amazing designs with you.
So here are 18 Fun, Quick & Easy Crochet Patterns by 12 Stunning Ladies!
~~~Pictures Below Link To Patterns~~~
Now you can design your very own tapestry crochet bag like the ones pictured above with my new pattern and specially modified graph. I have listed some tapestry crochet resources below for those of you who are not familiar with this technique. Also, below are links to my patterns for the bags you see above you. Plus, the PDF version of this pattern can be downloaded below, along with a jpeg version of the graph.
Happy Designing and Crocheting Everyone!
I saw some photos of crochet water bottle covers on facebook a few days ago and decided that I wanted one. So this is what I made.
Each piece is worked amigurumi style from bottom to top. The queens, bishops and pawns are worked continuously, whilst the king, castle/rook, and knight are not. The pawns have pennies for bases, while the rest of the pieces have nickels for bases.
The board is Tapestry Crochet, and it doubles as a drawstring bag to store the pieces. When I started, I was still uncertain how I wanted to go about crocheting the board. I knew that I wanted it to convert into a draw string bag, and I knew how big it needed to be. I played around with several ideas. Should I make granny squares and sew them together? Should I single crochet squares and sew them together? Or, should I use one of my favourite techniques and make it all one piece even though it takes lots of time to do? I finally decided that I would do my favourite technique even though it would take more time.
As you can see, it turned out great! And most important, my Pappa loves it! Though I think is more because I made it for him then anything else. Wink, wink. This is the first time I have made something for my Pappa that I can remember. So it made it even more special, or at least I think so.
Continue Reading to see more pictures of the chess pieces, and how to store it.
This is a wallet I crocheted for my grandfather in January. It took me a two days to make it.
I used the diamond stitch for the outside of the wallet. It has a space for bank notes, coins, four visa cards, and a photo/id card. It is slightly taller than a normal sized wallet because it is made especially for european bank notes.
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