Fabulous Crochet Ideas With Knitting Patterns

Round Element Cord Crochet Tutorial

Good evening my dear knitters and crocheters of the world. First of all, I have a question for you _ did you know about this beautiful round cord? I hope you did not because I’m quite jealous of this kind of thing. I have found this cute project a few days ago and as soon as it was finished, I decided to share it with you. To be honest it has been a very enjoyable and entertaining experience making this lovely cord especially with the step by step instructions I’ve used and brought to you here on our friendly blog. Just get together your yarn and hooks, follow up the easy teaching and try to make every single stitch according to the pattern. We wish the best of luck to you with this extraordinary and useful round element cord, enjoy your crochet time and always feel free to share your opinion and ideas with us and other crafting lovers. Happy crocheting.

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Crochet Decorative Flower

New flower with video tutorial we have today for you. As you know we have a huge collection of lovely and amazing flowers with free patterns and video tutorials on our website and you can easily find all of them. This is one of the most beautiful decorative flowers we have ever seen. You can see it in the picture. With this flower you can decorate your hats, blankets, sweaters and everything you want, just turn your creativity and fantasy. Crochet this flower is very easy and it won’t a problem even if you are a beginner. Thanks to the author again for the lovely design and for the video.

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How To Crochet A Rug In Oval Shape

Learn how to crochet a rug that is gorgeously detailed. Start making this quick, easy, and economical oval rug to beautify the floors in your home! To make this beautifully textured rug you will need a number 6 crochet and about 100 grams of white yarn and about 130 grams of pink yarn. You also need to work with a 3.5 mm needle. The finished product of this rug will be 59 cm long and 46 cm wide.
Other than using two colors, you can also decide to use variegated yarn so that the color changes. This rug would look good in a child’s bedroom. For a more traditional or classy look, you can do 2 simple colors or even 1 lovely color like a brick red or brownish color, or a beige or maybe even light grey!

The video instructs you to do 25 initial chains. A helpful tip is that you can increase it by 4 in 4 chains according to the size you want your rug to be. If you do a two-colored rug like a pink and white from the video, this increase will not change the location of the pink.

The difference is that the intervals will increase and as a result, so will the groups of high points, according to the initial chains that the person started.

There are so many ways you can adorn this rug to your liking. You can add crocheted flowers to the pattern or get creative with colors! You can even create a crochet border around the rug if you are looking for something more. Whatever you add, or if you keep it traditional like in the video, your crochet oval rug will

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Crochet 3D Sunflower Tunisian Stitch

Good evening everybody. Crocheters who love elegant and beautiful flowers, this is often another nice chance to create this 3D sunflower with your own hands in just a brief amount of your time. These sunflowers are very beautiful and creative. We are glad to share with you step by step instructions without missing details. You have to crochet many of these and can decorate many things. These flowers can take an important place in your crochet works. A wonderful gift for friends and family. Start to crochet today and get a big pleasure.

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Triangles Hexagon Blanket

Garter stitch triangles knit in strips and seamed together with a clever construction that makes knitting the geometric a breeze. Rated easy by the designer. Designed by Bernat. Quick knit in super bulky weight yarn.

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Color Pennant Afghan

Three Strips are made separately, then sewn together following a diagram to make the Afghan. Each Strip consists of 22 triangles that worked using short rows. Great use for stash or scrap yarn. Designed by Irina Poludnenko for Lion Brand Yarn

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Domino Star Stashbuster Afghan

The center star is knitted in stockinette, and all the rest of the blanket is in garter stitch. The motifs consist of mitered squares, which are slightly modified to accommodate for the growing periphery of the circle.

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Easy as Pie Blanket

Mathematics and knitting come together in this design by OneHandKnits. Garter stitch short-rows are used to form a full ‘pie’ of rainbow slices and again to ‘square the circle’.

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Hourglass Blanket

Patchwork-inspired afghan worked in squares with a central hourglass shape in intarsia is a great way to use scraps of worsted yarn. Or course you can use the recommended yarn. Designed by famed quilt designer Kaffe Fassett for Rowan.

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Polygon Blanket

This afghan is made of individual garter stitch hexagons that are knit individually and assembled. Great stash buster and portable project! Blanket as shown: 29 1/2″W x 37 1/2″L

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Squares on a Roll

Another fantastic design by Frankie Brown. Stocking stitch rolls add another dimension to these simple squares knitted in the round giving an exciting tactile fabric that is thick and warm.

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