Saturday, November 8, 2014

10 Free Crochet Fingerless Mitts Patterns

free crochet pattern owl fingerless mitts

Owl Mitts

Hi there! I just want to share my fingerless mitts that I just finished. This adorable fingerless owl mitts are designed by Erika Ward and free to download at Ravelry. I'm rating this pattern as intermediate. I had hard time understanding the written pattern but with the help of video tutorial by Kim Guzman I made it with ease. This pattern is worked up so fast, it needs only a few yards of yarn and a good project to practice cable stitches as well. I'm sure I will make a pair or two again in the future!

Here's more free crochet patterns for fingerless mitts that surely you will enjoy!

Saturday, October 25, 2014

10 Free Crochet Pincushion Patterns

free crochet pattern pincushions


Q: Why are pincushions frequently made to resemble tomatoes with attached strawberry? 

A: During Victorian Era, placing a tomato on the mantel of a new house guaranteed prosperity and repelled evil spirits. If tomatoes were out of season, families improvised by using a round ball of red fabric filled with sand or sawdust. The good-luck symbol also served a practical purpose- a place to store pins or needles. Typically, the tomato is filled with wool roving to prevent rust, and the strawberry is filled with an abrasive to clean and sharpen pins.

Saturday, October 11, 2014

10 Free Crochet Christmas Stocking Patterns

free crochet pattern Christmas stockings

I want to share these mini Christmas stockings that I made last year (2013). I made 25 pieces of this and gave away to my son's classmates as Christmas presents. We put mini presents inside too like nail polish, lip balm, hair clips, hot wheel cars, mini sharpies, sticky notes and more. And since I have tons of buttons- I love to buy buttons even I don't use it much, I added it to stockings for additional decoration. Flower buttons for the girls and letter buttons for the boys. This is great project to use up all your scarp yarns!

Here are 10 Free Crochet Christmas Stocking Patterns that you will enjoy!

Monday, July 14, 2014

Santa Hat

Red Heart With Love (White & Holly Berry) or any worsted weight yarn
Crochet Hook Size I (5.50 mm)
Tapestry Needle

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

How To Crochet Lovey

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How To Crochet Lovey
By Anabelle Tracy © May 2014

These loveys that I made a few months ago are finally heading to their new home! They are ready to ship tomorrow together with some Santa hats I made. One of my favorite crochet designer and blogger, Kathy Lashley, has developed a group called Elk Studio- From The Heart. In this group, she invites women who are willing to donate things they made to various charitable groups and they also conduct monthly meetings with each charity. This month - July - is led by Maria Bittner of Pattern Paradise, the group will collect donations for Project Sweet Peas.  The types of projects are a preemie and infant hats, memory blankets and seasonal items. If you want to join this great cause, follow the link above!

Monday, May 12, 2014

Pompom Hat

This textured hat is very easy to make and perfect project to practice the fpdc (front post double crochet) and bpdc (back post double crochet). Adding pompoms make it looks more adorable! This can be easily adjust too to bigger size, by simply making the starting chains longer, using thicker yarn and/or bigger crochet hooks. For this project I used the Anne Geddes Baby Yarn of the Red Heart Yarn. This yarn is very soft and light weight. I highly recommended this yarn for all baby stuffs. Thanks to Red Heart for sponsoring the yarn for this project.

Monday, February 24, 2014

Dew Drop Wrap

Dew Drops Wrap; Free Crochet Pattern

Dew Drops Wrap
Designed by Anabelle Tracy © February 2014

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Saturday, February 8, 2014

Drop Chain Scarf

free crochet pattern scarf

Drop Chain Shawl
This is an airy type of shawl with flower tassels; a simple and yet classy-looking design. This easy project is perfect for beginners. You can make this shawl in any length or width that you desire. You can also use any type or weight of yarn and any sized crochet hooks. The shawl is made in one piece with no cutting involved. However, the tassels are made separately but they are all in one piece too.

Saturday, February 1, 2014

Heart Coin Purse

Heart Coin Purse
Designed by Anabelle Tracy © February 2014

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