Friday, October 27, 2017

Slouch Boots Crochet pattern, Slipper Crochet Pattern, US Shoe Sizes 5 to 10

Woman's Slipper Boots Crochet Pattern

Crochet Pattern for Tall Slouch Boots

Woman's Slouch Boots Crochet

I cannot tell you how excited I am to publish this new boots crochet pattern. After the huge success of my Classic Boots, I  have high hopes for this one, fingers crossed! These slouch boots are the right blend of comfort and style. This would be perfect for any woman who is young or young at heart. The metal buttons I purchased from JoAnn Fabrics make the perfect embellishment. I hope you will love this design as much as I do :).

* The pattern is written in Standard American Terms.

*Pattern uses 2 strands of worsted weight yarn ( size 4 medium) held together.

* Pattern includes 3 sizes, Small ( fits US sizes 5/6), Medium (fits Us sizes 7/8) , and Large ( fits US sizes 9/10)

* Pattern includes lots of pictures to guide you.

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Woman's Slouch Boots 

Thursday, October 19, 2017

How to Crochet a Quick Twist Headband or Earwarmer, A Free Crochet Pattern

Crochet Ear Warmer Pattern With a Twist

Free Crochet Headband Pattern

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This Twist ear warmer crochet pattern uses the same extended single crochet stitch used for my Brooklyn mittens and boot cuffs. I eliminated the chains in between to make a denser fabric for more warmth. This works up in less than one hour and would make a great item for last minute gifts or craft fairs. I used my favorite yarn, Lionbrand Wool Ease for the samples. Any light worsted weight yarn should work. I hope you like the pattern. 

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

How to Finish Your Work in the Round With an Invisible Join

As we crochet more, we all learn new techniques to add finishing touches to our work. Use this quick tip to finish your work in the round and you won't be able to tell where your round ended. A video is also provided at the end of the blog post. Do you have any crochet tips or tricks up your sleeve? Please share them in the comments below. 

Cut the yarn and pull the yarn tail out, thread a yarn needle with the tail and insert it under the first sc.

Then insert it into the first st, pull the yarn tail until you have a fake stitch which is the same size as the rest of your stitches.

Your fake stitch will look just like any other stitch of the round ( shown in blue). You can now go ahead and weave in that tail.