KatiePet's Crochet
motleyholidays:

DIY Sheldon the Sheep:
Free Crochet Pattern, by Curly Girl Coop.

motleyholidays:

DIY Sheldon the Sheep:

Free Crochet Pattern, by Curly Girl Coop.

yarn-over:

Charts & from Onlycrochet Blog 

juststitched:

 

hooked-on-needles:

kittyknitcrochet:

Rule #1: No time spent crocheting is ever wasted.

Rule #2:  Keep track of your markers.

Rule #3:  That’s not a mistake, that’s a design element.

Rule #4:  There’s no such thing as too much yarn.

Rule #5:  There’s no crying in crochet.

Rule #6:  Never start a project without at least two hooks in the required size.

Rule #7:  No coffee within 10 feet of yarn, projects, patterns or critical paperwork.

Rule #8:  Block that puppy.

Rule #9:  If the hook is not moving easily and smoothly in and out of the stitches, you are crocheting too tightly.  Relax.

Rule #10:  If it hurts, stop.

Rule #11:  Check your work. Often.

Rule #12:  Seam crochet only when absolutely unavoidable.

Rule #13:  Cut yarn only when absolutely unavoidable (see special circumstance Rule #19).

Rule #14:  The private should look as good as the public.

Rule #15:  Whenever doable, obtain twice as much yarn as you think the project will require (a corollary to Rule #4).

Rule #16:  There is no right way or wrong way, but there is the way to get the same results as shown.

Rule #17:  Listen to the yarn.

Rule #18:  Yarn sometimes lies.

Rule #19:  Exterminate all knots and wonky sections as they arise from a skein.

Rule #20:  UFOs that have not spoken to you for more than a year may be considered stash in pre-crocheted form.

Rule #21:  Read the fracking pattern.

Rule #22:  The pattern could be wrong.

Rule #23:  Get it when you see it because when you come back next time it might not be there (another corollary to Rule #4).

Rule #24:  Life is too short to mess with indifferent yarn.

Rule #25:  Sweat the details.

Rule #26:  Crochet is not dumb and neither are crocheters.

Rule #27:  Knitting is not the enemy.

Rule #28:  Anyone who doesn’t get Rule #26 is the enemy.

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Throwback Thursday!

yarn-over:

linast888:

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edit: oh my :o if you have time be sure to take a look at Fionitta.com cause it has so many pretty crochet projects and charts<33

yarn-over:

linast888:

(со страницы Цветы крючком. Обсуждение на LiveInternet - Российский Сервис Онлайн-Дневников)

edit: oh my :o if you have time be sure to take a look at Fionitta.com cause it has so many pretty crochet projects and charts<33

mooglyblog:

Autumn Sunset Infinity Scarf
yarn-over:

so elegant *-* i might start this soon.. Found on crochet-art blog they did share charts here&lt;

yarn-over:

so elegant *-* i might start this soon.. Found on crochet-art blog they did share charts here<

crochet-gifs:

Learn to Crochet!
Crochet Gif Tutorials: Invisible Decrease

The invisible decrease is slightly more difficult than the standard decrease, but it can look great in amigurumi projects - because you can’t see it’s there!

This stitch works in the front loops of the stitches only, which you should be able to see clearly in the first gif.

Good luck!
CG XX

(P.S. You might notice that the stitch I end up with in this tutorial is very loose. This was so that I could clearly illustrate the technique. Try to crochet a lot tighter than this if you can, especially if you’re using this stitch for amigurumi.)

maria-cro:

pattern for the cute flowers :) i love this pattern &lt;3

maria-cro:

pattern for the cute flowers :)
i love this pattern <3

yarn-over:

aww so adorable *^* I didnt look this forum for almost a year time sure flies fast ;-;

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polafran:

Amigurumi: Baby Dragon and egg

- Baby Dragon Pattern

- Egg Pattern