Beautiful dahlias for Mothers Day!! For each stem I just used 3 pipe cleaners and twisted one end into a loop to make my Magic circle. Once the middle of the flower was crocheted, I twisted the loop a little more to make it tighter and closed.
This morning Ella and I walked to a tea party with my sister and my two nieces. I decided to make another sun hat for Ella, to match her outfit. With this hat I used my Peach Happy pattern but instead of using acrylic I used Peaches and Creme Cotton yarn. It turned out soooo adorable!
This lovely lion hat pattern is in size 0-3 months. In this photo, it is being worn by a life size newborn doll <3 Looks so real doesn't it?! I tried to make this free pattern as simple and easy to follow as possible. And I must say, “I absolutely love it!!” I will be making many more of these in the future. Crochet on my hookers! Check out the latest version of this lion hat!
Owl hats, owl hats, owl hats!! They are everywhere!! But they are SOO much fun to make and to watch come together! I did my best to make this free pattern, for a newborn owl hat, easy to follow and understand. Enjoy! 🙂 [Read more…]
After searching the web for hockey helmets, I decided to give it a try. This free pattern is for size 12 months. In this picture, my daughter is wearing it and she is 15 months old. Since its made from cotton, it stretches real nice. This is not one of my easiest paterns to follow. So, if anyone has any questions I would be more than happy to help all that I can. Happy crocheting!!
This toddler sun hat crochet pattern is a simple and appealing design – perfect for your little ones when you're headed to the beach.
After making the 6-9 month and 12-18 month sizes for this sun hat, I knew I would be making the toddler size. This hat is just too cute!! Hope you all enjoy this free pattern made by your very own Stitch11. Also check out the child and adult sizes.
Earlier this week I decided to cut a plastic table cloth into plarn. I basically did what Creative Jewish Mom did with her sheets but without the ripping. While cutting my plarn I was brainstorming for ideas of what I could use it for other than the basic idea of a shopping bag. My first thought was a head band, but that wouldn't be very comfy. So then I am thinking… hmmm, maybe a plastic bag dispenser… but I really love the way my plastic bag dispensers turned out made from regular yarn. So then I am looking on the web and around the house.. hmmm, what would be good made from plastic. a frisbee? Maybe?! Then I realized how great a ninja star would fly if it were plastic. So that is what I did 🙂 Plarntastic!! Its not as safe and pain free, when getting hit in the face, as the acrylic ninja star. But it floats! This will always be packed in our beach bag!
Our babies are so precious and have very sensitive skin. Help protect your baby from the elements with this adorable sun hat crochet pattern.
With this free pattern, for a size 6-9 month sun hat, I really wanted to show how different the finished product can be. Thank you everyone who tested out my pattern and to Jerri Sparks Photography for taking this beautiful photo. Also, check out the 12-18 month size , toddler size, child, and adult sizes.
6-9 Month Sun Hat Crochet Pattern
4 ply worsted weight yarn ( I think “I Love This Yarn” is what works best for a snug fit but “Peaches and Cream” works better for those bigger heads ;))
5mm (H/8) hook
Round 1: Magic Ring, CH 3, DC 10, pull ring tight, join to top CH of CH 3
Round 2: CH 3, 2 DC each DC around. Join to top CH of CH 3. (20 DC)
Round 3: Ch 3. *2 DC in next DC, DC in next DC, repeat from * around. Join to top CH of CH 3. (30 DC)
Round 4: CH 3. *2 DC in next DC, DC in next 2 DC, repeat from * around. Join to top CH of CH 3. (40 DC)
Round 5: CH 3. *2 DC in next DC, DC in next 3 DC, repeat from * around. Join to top CH of CH 3. (50 DC)
Round 6-10: CH 3, DC in each DC around. Join to top CH of CH 3
Round 11: ~Working in front loop only for this round only~CH 2, *2 HDC in next loop, HDC in next 2 loops, repeat from * around, connect to top of CH 2
Round 12: CH 2 *2 HDC in next stitch, HDC in next 2 stitches, repeat from * around, connect to top of CH 2
Round 13: CH 2*2 HDC in next stitch, HDC in next 4 stitches, repeat from * around, connect to top of CH 2
Round 14: CH 1, SC around, connect to CH 1
I used 7 strands of yarn and weaved them in and out every 2 stitches in row 10. Make sure you leave a little slack so the hat can stretch over the child's head.
When visiting with family on Easter, I asked my gramma what she would like for me to make for her. She said “A doily” :O Im sure she seen the panic on my face because she quickly said “..or anything.” But after I found this beautiful FREE Pansy Doily pattern on Ravelry, I couldn't resist. The flowers are simply gorgeous!
If you enjoyed this free crochet patterns, stop by my fantastic new curated pattern blog post of 40 Eye-Catching and Free Crochet Doily Patterns
Since my one-year-old daughter still barely has any hair, hats are a must when spending time outdoors. What better way to protect her nearly bald head then with this beautiful, size 12-18 months, Peach Happy Sun Hat designed by your very own Stitch11. Also, check out the 6-9 month, toddler size, child, and adult sizes
Who doesn't love a puppet? This fun free crochet snake puppet pattern is easy and is sure to make all children and adults smile.
This morning my step son threw one of my Memaw Squares and called it a Ninja Star. A light bulb went off in my head. They turned out beautiful and they fly great! Very easy pattern too 🙂
For the last year I have been using my daughters diaper bag as a purse. I think its about time to down size. We no longer need to pack 4 emergency explosion outfits, 8 diapers, wipes, bottles, 3 blankets… and you get the idea. This free crochet pattern for A Mothers Purse is very simple and the perfect size for your wallet, phone, keys, wipes, a of couple diapers and anything else that you might need while on the go.
I love spring! My Dahlias are sprouting out of the ground. They are my favorite flower to cut and keep inside the house. But since they are not flowering yet I decided to crochet one and share the pattern with all my friends. 🙂
I am so happy with how beautiful these Granny Squares are turning out! I wanted to go ahead and share the crochet pattern with you even though I'm not sure what I will be making with these. When I figure it out I will be sure to post it. 🙂
Here are the flowers I passed out for Easter. 😀 For each stem I just used 2 pipe cleaners and twisted one end into a loop to make my Magic circle. Once the middle of the flower was crocheted, I twisted the loop a little more to make it tighter and closed. My Daisy pattern works great with this.
I hope you enjoy this free daisy crochet pattern! 🙂