I know that lots of “Scrooges” and “Grinches” out there will object and say it’s over a month too early to be thinking about Christmas. Well usually I agree, I don’t think anyone should even be thinking about it until well after Hallowe’en.
These are absolutely adorable! Cannot resist showing you these. And I am sure that some of you out there already have a mountain of projects waiting for your attention, so you might actually appreciate some advance notice. At least I hope you do!
The full tutorial is on facebook, posted by Littlefolds.
Find it here:
So this one is a bit of a weird one.
I found a picture tutorial for it on pinterest and it links to a blog but the post is gone. So you won’t be able to see the full explanation, but I still recommend you go explore the awesome blog it came from!
Pin Them All has created a quick tutorial for turning granny squares into a really cute top decoration. I guess you could use any granny square pattern you like as long as you fit the dimensions of the shirt you’re adding them to.
And with winter on its’ way, what better way to convert summer tops into winter ones?
The key (middle right) translates the stitches into US patterns so click here for our translation.
Check out the blog it came from here:
Here’s a more practical project for you. What better way to store your crochet supplies than in a crocheted basket? Persia lou has written out a free pattern tutorial.
It looks pretty simple too, though it is in US terms so don’t forget to check out our translation guide.
See it here:
Nowadays, most phone chargers look the same, especially the ones with a detachable USB cable for your computer. This can result in people losing theirs and thinking that someone else has taken it, with arguments to follow. Well Through The Loops has a solution: decorate the cables in different colours to avoid confusion!
She posted a picture tutorial seen here —->
It’s really simple, perfect for beginners, and a really useful idea for preventing family arguments! Find some spare yarn, assign everyone a colour and get crocheting!
Find the author’s blog here:
- Leeloo the Tall
Ever wanted to try crocheting with wire? Here’s a really handy tutorial which goes through it step-by-step, showing you how to make jewelry. It looks pretty cool.
Tell us what you think!
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So here’s one which isn’t exactly crochet but it a great idea for when you have odd strands and straggly bits of yarn left-over which are too small to start a new project with.
Yarnball earrings! How cute are they? I can imagine wearing pink ones all the time. Love it!
Find the tutorial here: