Super Cute Fingerless Gloves

Originally posted on Crochet Addiction:

This is the very first pattern I’ve ever created on my own! So bear with me, it might be a little confusing. If I made any mistakes, feel free to tell me!



FIngerless Gloves

Things you’ll need

Size 6 hook

Worsted yarn (I would suggest Red Heart With Love, or wool yarn for this)

Needle for weaving in ends

Optional: some sort of embellishment, for example, a button, or crocheted bow or flower.


Stitches you’ll need to know:

Foundation Double Crochet (FDC)

Slip Stitch (Sl St)

Single Crochet (SC)

Back Loop Only (BLO)

Double Crochet (DC)

Double Crochet 2 Together (DC2TOG)

Front Post Double Crochet (FPDC)

Back Post Double Crochet (BPDC)


Row 1: 25 FDC. Sl St into first DC.

Row 2: Ch 3. *FPDC around first DC, BPDC around next DC.* Repeat around. Sl St into first DC

Rows 3-4: Repeat row 2.

Row 5:

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The Good Neighbour Beanie – free crochet pattern

Originally posted on Rosy Alice Crochet Designs:

The Good Neighbour slouchie beanie hatIMG_20140827_163158

by Rosy Alice Crochet Designs

@ Ravelry

What I love about this beanie is that the brim and the main body of the hat are crocheted in different directions – but don’t worry, it’s easier than it sounds!

It’s available as a Ravelry download here.

You will need:

Yarn in colour(s) of your choice

5 mm hook

Tapestry needle

Pattern written in UK terms but translation as follows:

FPTR (front post treble crochet) – US front post double crochet. Tutorial here in US terms from Meladora (love her videos).

DC – US single crochet.

DC2TOG (double crochet 2 together) – US single crochet 2 together. Tutorial here in US terms from New Stitch a Day.


To begin, we start with the main body of the hat. Chain 71 and join with a slip stitch.

You may want to increase or decrease this to…

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2014/59 – colourful coasters

So during one of my sessions drooling over pinterest, I found this adorable pattern from a Swedish(?) crocheter who made some really pretty (and presumably absorbant) coasters.

Don’t they look great?

She’s posted it in US terms but there’s a diagram showing what she did which looks fairly easy to follow so you don’t really need to worry too much about terminology.

Find it here:

2014/58 – gorgeous trendy collar

Simply crochet recently posted a free pattern for a quirky collar you can add to your tops and dresses for a bit of flair. I absolutely love it, it looks so cute!

And it’s REALLY simple!

It’s another that I think would work really well with beads, sequins, ostentatious buttons or glitz. Plus, trying it in  bold colours would bring some quirkiness to an outfit and make a statement, perhaps red collar on a blye shirt/dress?

Find the full tutorial is available here:

2014/57 – shoe decoration patterns

Our special friend Jane has done it again! She’s designed some really cute shoe embelllishments in the shape of little flowers.

Don’t they look great?

She’s given a tutorial (in UK terms) for some really easy little flowers to try as well as what you can see in the picture.

Take a look!

- Leeloo the Tall