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Ribbed Fauxy Cable Berry Dishcloth – Free Knitting Pattern This beautiful Ribbed Fauxy Cable Berry dishcloth will make a stunning addition to any kitchen. Quick to work up and it’s reversible! This dishcloth was created by Gracie – a  young and very talented designer. Find Ribbed Fauxy Cable Berry Dishcloth On Ravelry! Share The Love And Please Favorite! Level of Difficulty –Beginner/Intermediate Yarn –Juniper Moon Neve / 100% Pima Cotton Needle Used– Takumi US 6 4.0 mm Clover (premium bamboo) Measurement–6-inches wide by 6-inches tall Gauge – Not important for this project Abbreviations K- Knit P- Purl Wyib- with yarn in back PSSO- Pass SippedRead More →

Cheesecake Cowl – Free Crochet Pattern This Cheesecake Cowl is made with the  Cheesecake Pop Sweet Roll. A fun and lovely design. I want to specially thank Joanita Theron, Owner/Designer of Creative Crochet Workshop who has offered to share this pattern with everyone on her website. Find Cheesecake Cowl On Ravelry! Share The Love And Please Favorite! DOWNLOAD PDF HERE! Materials: Yarn: 1 Cheesecake Pop Sweet Roll. Colors include pink, cream and brown This yarn is 100% acrylic, so you can use any 100% acrylic yarn you want. Sweet Rolls usually have 3 different colors wound up into a ‘sweet roll’ you can pull from the centerRead More →

Sunshine Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern This Sunshine Scarf is inspired from the beautiful sunny weather we have in Florida – hence, the golden yellow used. I want to specially thank Joanita Theron, Owner/Designer of Creative Crochet Workshop who has offered to share this pattern with everyone on her website. Find Cross Stitch Spring Scarf On Ravelry! Share The Love And Please Favorite! Materials: Yarn: Deborah Norville Bright Colors Yellow Size: 3 baby yarn Hook: Boye Aluminum G Darning Needle Stainless Steel Small Stitches Used: Sl St – Slip Stitch Ch – Chain Sc – Single Crochet Dc – Double Crochet 2dcCL – Two double crochet clusterRead More →

Cross Stitch Spring Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern This is a light breezy Cross Stitch Spring scarf I made particularly for people who live in a warm climate. I want to specially thank Joanita Theron, Owner/Designer of Creative Crochet Workshop who has offered to share this pattern with everyone on her website. Find Cross Stitch Spring Scarf On Ravelry! Share The Love And Please Favorite! Materials: I used Sateen yarn. I didn’t like it because the threads (6) kept coming apart making it difficult to crochet. I suggest the following: 100% Crochet Thread (your choice brand/color): # 10 thread; # 6 or 7 steel crochet hook #Read More →

Nedine’s Harlequin Blanket  A very special blanket made for my niece 🙂 She has finished school and is going to start studying this year. I wanted to give her something to show her how much we love and support her! Gorgeous Free Pattern from Berroco  Read More →

Jethro’s Dinosaur This cutie is made and inspired from the awesome Amamani Puzzle Dinosaur from Look At What I Made! It was a special Christmas gift I made for a boy called Jethro and it was so awesome when he opened his gift and he immediately fell in love with this little guy =D Thanks to Dedri for this Awesome Pattern! CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATIONRead More →

Mini Oombawka (Mini Meow) This cute little fur ball was designed by Rhondda from Oombawka Design. This adorable crochet amigurumi cat was a 3 Part CAL, and when I saw the overload of cuteness I just knew I HAD to make one for my daughter 🙂 Thanks to Rhondda for this great CAL and Mini Meow! CLICK HERE TO MAKE YOUR OWN!!Read More →

 CLICK HERE FOR THE GALLERY AND LINK PAGE! PART TWO: Square Circles Times Nine SKILL LEVEL: Easy to Intermediate Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing. SIZE: Circle Square: 11 cm x 11 cm MATERIALS: Yarns: Small amounts of double knitting/light worsted yarn in various colors or various colors in any yarn available IMPORTANT NOTE – USE THE SAME TYPE OF YARN THROUGH OUT THE PROJECT! Don’t stress – the size will just differ if different types are used 🙂 Hooks & Notions: Size 4,00 mm Yarn Needle GAUGE: Tension/Gauge is not necessary for this project to be perfect as long as all the blocks are approx.Read More →