I have updated the pattern for this simple Railway Crochet Mandala. It is perfect from colour-change scrap yarn.
Learn how to crochet your own round rag rug using single crochet, half double crochet, and double crochet stitches.
Crochet in the round: This is an in-depth photo tutorial that examines the different methods for working/joining in the round without turning.
I made this crochet necklace using green plarn (plastic yarn), but it works just a well with cotton, bamboo, or silk. Find the Free pattern here.
In preparation for sharing the pattern with you next week, I am sharing some photos of how the Banksia Blanket turned out. I love it!
This Rainbow Storage Doorstop is colourful and quick to make, serving not only as a doorstop but also a handy storage depot for small toys.
Introducing Henry’s Designer Heirloom Blanket CAL, designed by Jessica Wifall and hosted by the CAL Crochet A Long group on Facebook. I have loved this blanket since I first saw it more than two years ago. I am so excited to announce that the pattern is finally ready to be shared, made (a million times) and loved to distraction.
I designed this simple hexagonal coaster to reflect the look and feel of the Ubuntu CAL 2018. It is perfect for using small scraps of yarn, and I think it would make a wonderful motif for a blanket (if you don’t mind all the ends)! I have decided to call it ‘Six Degrees of Separation’, based on the scientific theory that we are all separated by six or fewer degrees (or ‘friend-of-friend’s).
Sophie’s Dream has a very bohemian feel – brights combined with brights to create a riot of colour, all without any of the colour-changing work. This blanket is much more Mrs. Maisel than Charlotte Brontë!
So many pretty colours have gone into making Sophie’s Dream a reality. Come and have a little look at our sneak peek :)