Tag: ravelry

The Holidays are on their way!

The holidays are coming!!! There is no stopping it, no matter how hard we try sometimes. For me, personally, I LOVE the holidays. The lights, the decorations, the magic of the season, and yes, the COLD weather!!!

I finally picked up my “pen and paper” and made this wonderful little afghan pattern. It was designed to be worked in either C2C or the Bobble Stitch. If you choose to use SC or something similar, the finished size will be fairly small. It is 55w x 65h.

You will be able to find this pattern:\

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Favorite 5! 1/27/17

Its been a couple weeks since I’ve done the favorite 5 list. Life has been hectic! I had some time to get some blogging done today & I am so happy to be able to do so.

This weeks list contains Amigurumi Patterns. I LOVE working up cute little stuffies and this list does NOT disappoint!!

**Disclaimer** None of the photos contained in this post are my property. Copyright belongs with the pattern author.

We will start off with this ADORABLE little fox! I have yet to make this one, but its on my list. As soon as I am finished with my current project, this little guy will be on my hook! Look how cute this Sleepy Fox is!!

Honestly, I can’t say that I’ve seen a cuter fox ANYWHERE!! The pattern is by Eseretanin. Check out the free pattern Here. There are several other patterns on the blog, but I have to say, this little fox is definitely my favorite!

Number 2 on the list is this super cute little dragon!! Dragón de Sant Jordi is a Ravelry.com free pattern download. I Love the sweet look on his face! If you have a ravelry account, log in & download this pattern today! While you’re there, check out Lucia Lanukas other patterns 🙂

This next pattern comes to us from 1DogWoof.  Don’t you just think shes just so cuddly?? I wish I had a unicorn lover to make her for. This is 100% the cutest one on the internet 🙂 Grab the pattern here

Are you looking for something a little different? How about some Cactus (Cacti??)? These fun plants are guaranteed to survive with ZERO water or work on your part (besides the actual crocheting)! I am planning on making a couple to use a pin cushions. Perfect no? Grab the pattern here!!

Lastly, We have a cute dumpling kitty. I could make one in every color! The pattern is a free ravelry download! Head on over to Ravelry.com, Log in & download this cute pattern. While you’re there, be sure to check out Sarah Sloyer’s other patterns!

Thats it for this week!! Hoping to get another list together by next Friday!! Happy Crocheting ya’ll!!

Lined Minion Inspired Bag

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Free Pattern alert!!

Who doesn’t love these adorable yellow guys who love bananas and fart noises?? I know my little one just adores them. I came up with this wonderful little pattern. I DID find that the handles may be off center and uneven when working in the round with HDC. There are some video’s on YouTube that may help you out. Please view either THIS video or THIS video to help you out.

You can download this pattern in my SHOP or on Ravelry for $1.

This pattern calls for 5 colors of yarn, using less than 1/2 – 3/4 skein of yarn of each color. The finished size of this bag is approximately 9 inches high (before handles) x 10 inches wide. The pattern is worked in the round, except for the eyelid portion of the pattern.
It includes instruction for lining the finished bag using fabric & #10 crochet thread.

 

Without further ado, Here is the written pattern:

Minion Inspired Bag

By At WIPS End Crochet – A Work in Progress

Originally Published:  July 2015

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