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making this blanket for my 5yo daughter. each color is 4 shell stitches in length. i worked through half a color sequence (20 shells across and a k hook). this length makes a great width for a chi...

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Crochet Tips - Straight Edges Everytime

How to get straight edges every time | I'll have to reference this for my next project for sure!

I had so much fun making Whistle and Ivy’s plaid hat, that I decided to whip up a matching crochet plaid headband for my daughter! This pattern is kid’s size but is easily made larger or smaller by changing the beginning chain length. Just be sure to use multiples of 6. Definitely head over to the Whistle and Ivy blog to see her awesome tutorial on how to achieve this plaid look.   Materials:  Worsted weight yarn in 3 colors (I used Red, Dark Red and black) 5mm crochet hook yarn needle  …

I am always on the lookout for something cute for my daughter. I was looking for something to keep her warm, she doesn’t like hats and doesn’t care for how long scarfs are. So I started playing with a design and loved how it came out. This lovely scarf and headband feature a unique stitch that reminds me of clusters that look like they are crossed, or like stars, or something cozy and warm. I just love it.

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First Steps In Learning How To Crochet

very verrrrryyyy basics for learning to crochet. The pictures for each step really help :)