Friday, February 9, 2018

Kangaroo Rocker

Make a Kangaroo Rocker

Here is an Oldie but a Goodie that any child would love to play on. I found this project in an old Family Circle magazine from 1988. 

Have fun making this and please share photos of your finished project.

Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Crochet Doll Free Pattern

Make this cute Doll
by Amigurumi Today

Photo courtesy of Amigurumi Today
Click HERE for Pattern

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Paper Cut-Out Snowflake Ballerinas

Stunning Paper Cut-Out Snowflake Ballerinas 

There are stunning and beautiful.

Click HERE for How-To

Monday, December 11, 2017

Xmas Colouring-in Pages

Xmas Colouring-in Pages  Free Printables

This post links you to Hallmarks free printable colouring-in pages.

Click HERE for link

Sunday, December 10, 2017

Doll Size Beach Bag - free crochet pattern

Doll Size Beach Bag - free crochet pattern

Hi everyone, at the moment I am making lots of doll size clothes and accessories. Mainly Barbie size dolls. My photos are not the best and may be difficult to see how tiny they are. 

I found this easy to follow tutorial on YouTube for a tiny bag keyring to crochet. So I thought that this bag would be a great Barbie size Beach Bag. Quick and Easy to make.

There is no pattern with the tutorial so I have written it down to share with all of you. Please share photos of your finished bags.

Click Here for video Tutorial

Written Pattern
Cotton Crochet Thread Size 5
Crochet Hook Size 1.75mm
Place marker

(sc = single crochet stitch)

Row1. Magic Ring. 8sc into ring. pull closed. Place your marker once this is completed so you know where the start of each round is. Make sure that you either move the marker or add an additional one at the end of each round.

Row2. 2sc into each stitch. Do this all the way around.

Row3. *1sc into the 1st stitch, 2sc into the next stitch* continue with this sequence all the way around. You should have 24 stitches at the end of this round.

Row4. 1sc into each stitch all the way around.

Row5. *1sc into 1st 2 stitches, 2sc into 3rd stitch* continue all the way around. You should have 32 stitches at the end of this round.

Row6 to Row11. 1sc into each stitch.

Row12. 5sc, chain 10 (this will be one handle), skip 6 stitches and sc into the 7th, 10sc (which includes the stitch you just did to attach handle), chain 10, skip 6 stitches, sc into the 7th, 5sc (which includes the stitch you just did to attach handle).

Row13. 5 slip stitches, 12sc over the handle, 10 slip stitches, 12 sc over the handle, 5 slip stitches.

Bind Off.

You are finished.

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Paper Halloween Bat with moving wings

Paper Halloween Bat with moving wings

Here is another Halloween project for you to make and this time it is brought to you by RedTedArt. 
Free Project includes template.

Click HERE for Link

Friday, October 13, 2017

Spilling Halloween Candy Feature

Spilling Halloween Candy Feature
by Fay

Here is a fun and easy project to make for Halloween. Great as a decoration or to use when children come knocking.

Make sure to click below to see the whole tutorial.