Make a scarf in the colors of your favorite team with this easy pattern from JadeRoseCrochet. Downoad Here
Join JadeRoseCrochet in participating in the 2015 Crochet Challenge, Post War Blues, at the Booklyn Army Terminal, by mixed media artist Isabelle Garbani.. This community based installation calls attention to the issue of the many innovations that occur as a result of war, what happens after the conflict is resolved, and how we can work together to heal as a group.
We are making flowers out of recycled plastic shopping bags come out of the train in a wave of color for 300 feet. Click on the pic for more information, as well as instructions on how to cut up the plastic bags.
To start you off, here is a free flower pattern.
Beginning with a magic circle, ch 1.
Rnd 1: work 5 sc into the circle, join with sl st to sc at beg of rnd
Rnd 2: ch 1, (2 sc in sc)5 times, join.
Rnd 3: ch 1, (2 sc in sc)10 times, join. 20 sc.
Rnd 4: ch 1, (2 dc in next st, 2 tr in next, 2 dc in next, ch 1, sl st in next st)5 times. Join. Fasten off.
Tomorrow is Pi day – 03/14/15!
This pi day is special, because it only happens once per century – the year fits. Pi taken to four decimal points is 3.1415. Remember pi from math class? To get the circumference of a circle, you multiply this mathematical constant by the radius squared.
I guess this makes me a bit of a geek, as well as a happy hooker.
Alicia Kachmar has made this cute pi pillow pattern available for free! Just click on the pic.
Make this quick and easy beanie in support of your favorite team.
I used Lion Brand Hometown USA chunky yarn in Pittsburgh Yellow for one, and 2 strands of Red Heart Super Saver in Claret for the other.
Free Download: 006 Free Chunky Team Beanie
Get your free PDF download here: 001 Free RibbedScarf