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Pretty Daisy Bunting Free Crochet Pattern & Video Tutorial

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Hello friends, it's been a while again since I last posted but here we are at last and with a new crochet pattern to share with you.  My Ditsy Daisy granny square has been so popular I thought why not use it to decorate your home.  So my granny square became a triangle and the triangle became this pretty daisy buntiing and who doesn't love a bit of bunting? The perfect way to add a touch of colour and cheeriness to your home, or a childs room and I have made an acompanying video tutorial to work alongside the written pattern.  As always an ad free pdf version of this crochet pattern is available in my online stores, thank you for helping to support my work... Ditsy Daisy Bunting Materials Aran / worsted yarn in various colours 5mm hook Darning needle Gauge Not essential for this project Ability Advanced beginner Abbreviations US Terms (UK conversion) sc - single crochet (double crochet) dc - double crochet (treble crochet)  tr - treble crochet (double treble crochet) sl st - sl

Velvet Baubles - Make these decadent decorations for your tree, Christmas Cal...

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Well hello everyone.  This is the last addition to the Christmas craft along this year and is so quick and easy you can make it in a matter of minutes.  What better way to finish our craft along than with something pretty to hang on your tree.  I have loved using the Bernat Velvet yarn so much and this is the perfect way to use up those last scraps of yarn. Velvet Baubles Materials Bernat Velvet (small amounts) Darning needle 60mm bauble Stitch marker Ribbon Hook 6mm (J) Abbreviations US Terms (UK Conversion) sc - single crochet (double crochet) sc2tog - single crochet 2 together (double crochet 2 together) ch - chain st(s) - stitch(es) pm - place marker Other notes:   Velvet Baubles are worked in a spiral, do not join.  Move marker up at the end of each round. Starting with a magic loop Round 1  ch1 (does not count as st), 6sc into ring.  Pull tight but do not join. Pm in 1st sc. Round 2  Starting in the first sc

Last Minute Christmas Crochet - My top selections, for quick and easy projects, to decorate your home with...

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Hello friends!  I'm sure you are all super busy this holiday season, but there is always time for crochet right?  It's so nice at this time of year, to be indoors, all cosy and warm.  With your Christmas decorations up and feeling festive with a little something Christmasy on your hook.  Go make yourself a nice cup of coco, get your hook out and crochet up one of these lovelies... You can never have too many baubles on your tree and these crochet ones are so pretty.  I love the way the gaps in the crochet allow the ball underneath to shine through and the sparkly yarn adds extra glitz.  You can find this pattern at Annie Design Crochet. Christmas Baubles This time of year is always so busy, busy, busy.  What with all the shopping, decorating and cooking, but you can still whip up this super cute, crochet Santa in no time at all.  Add a hanging thread for an adorable tree decoration, or you could make lots and use them for gift toppers.  The pattern i