My original fun free form rain forest scarf pattern is contains three types of yarn – a wool blend for warmth around the neck, an acrylic boucle for added softness and fun, a ribbon yarn for effect.
It’s fall and it is already getting cooler in the evenings. Keep toasty warm with this easy Woodlands Afghan.
Click to download your free PDF now: 901-woodlands
Crochet this lovely coaster with Crochet Hook Size H – 5mm, and DK Cotton Yarn.
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Cat toys your favorite will love to play with, and crocheted collars that Jetta the cat actually wears! Click Here to Download your Free Pattern
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I seem to be obsessed with hats and headbands this year – maybe because we already had snow on the ground when I first posted this. There are so many charts on-line with different information, so I found myself spending way too much time searching for the information I needed every time I designed a new hat. Last month I finally took the time to go through all my patterns, compare them with on-line charts and come up with a simple, yet comprehensive chart. Now I can find what I need in one chart!
Maybe you will find this handy as well, After a winter of crocheting several hats, I have updated my chart, changing the depth from fitted beanie to a measurement from the top of the crown to the bottom of the ear.
Free PDF Download to print or save: Hat Sizes Reference Chart
Get your free PDF download here: 001 Free RibbedScarf