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Caros Fummeley saved to Häkeln - Anleitungen
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Gem Robison saved to I wanna be a dreadhead<3
Crochet Sweater or Pullover using 2 large wavy hexagons, so easy idea
caryn long saved to crochet vests and sweaters
Groovyghan, crochet afghan, hippie, peace, daisy, granny squares. Single bed size
J.A.C. Handmade saved to Crochet Afghans
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I felt inspired to create another crochet bag - reminiscent of the hippy style of the late 60's - early 70's ....... and so the rather dated colour scheme ! This is a shoulder bag. A decorative aspect, I've noticed, on all the designer handbags now is the charm dangle .... a "must have" statement icon, and so, in keeping up with things, this model also has a dangle - of matching wooden beads. :)
MEASUREMENTS Actual chest measurement: 91.25cm/36” Length from shoulder: 33cm/13” Sleeve length from underarm: 54.5cm/21.5” YARN Approximately 950 metres/1,039 yards of DK yarn in total in assorted colours. MATERIALS 5mm crochet hook or size required to get tension of 16 sts and 7 rows = 10cm/4”. 4mm crochet hook for edgings STITCHES USED ch, ss, sc, dc. This is a wrap design that ties at the back, so the sizing is adjustable.
Siobhan Madden saved to belly dance
The Happy Hippy Sweater Pattern is such a fun and playful pattern for you. The Happy Hippy Sweater Pattern makes a quick and easy sweater.
Maggie O'Brien saved to Crochet
A great project for nice yarn leftovers, I created this amulet bag/pouch to carry a stone that I loved, but didn't want to set in jewelry. I did it with fingering weight yarn and a B (2.25mm) hook, but you could alter that. The pattern for this bag is included in the download, plus advice on increasing more or less, depending on how big or little you want it to be. You can figure this out as you go. It's an easy project with a really fun result. You can leave it as is, or decorate it with…
Beatriz Sá saved to crochet