You may already have done something similar to this before, such as granny squares or bunting, but I thought that this one looked a little different so might be something you’d like to experiment with. You can alternate row colours quite easily by the looks of it too.
Home-made At My Place have already put this in UK terms, and looks relatively simple.
(Edit: I made a mistake and misread the pattern – it’s in US terms, not UK! Therefore:
US single crochet = UK double crochet
US half double crochet = UK half treble crochet
US double crochet = UK treble crochet)
Find the full instructions here:
– Leeloo the Tall
A peace sign! Using sc (UK DC) and dc (UK TR), this lady has worked the sign up in blocks. Clever!
This stunning photo tutorial will show you how to make these gorgeous daisies! Don’t you love them?!
The pattern is not in English (Swedish) BUT the photos are so helpful, no foreign language skills are required.
They make us feel all Spring-like!
Visit BautaWitch for the tutorial. She’ll even blow you a kiss.
Granny Square holders!
Her hubby made them (whom she affectionately calls the Crochet Widower!).
And yes, the spikes are hooks because if you’re anything like me, you forget which hooks you used on which WIP!
Here’s a different way of making a hat – a granny pattern!
Visit Cows And Pink for the pattern
hdc – UK HTR
dc – UK TR
Crochet World mag with free butterfly pattern
The pattern is in US terms so when it asks for sc, crochet a UK DC (and that’s the only stitch you’ll need!).
This comes from Sarah London and is already in UK terms. It’s a lovely simply pattern that anyone could whip up.
Click here to visit Sarah’s blog and for the pattern.
Her blog archives are full of goodies and she’s also a published author!