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Thursday, May 22, 2014

Crochet by You (part 5) using Free Crochet Patterns by My Hobby is Crochet Blog

This is the 5th part of the series "Crochet by you", featuring some lovely projects made by followers using the free crochet patterns from My Hobby is Crochet Blog, with links to patterns used.

To open the page with the Free Crochet Pattern used for each project, click on the bold words in the descriptions under each picture! 

 This sweet short sleeved baby cardigan (size 0-3 mth) was made by Carol Heinbuch using my recently published pattern found here
She said she loved the pattern and already started working on another one, with other color combination. Can't wait to see it! :)

 This lovely short sleeved toddler cardigan was made by Vero Bublitz for a little girl... “the parents called her "kraki" (octopus in German) and this was my idea for the colours of the cardigan, your pattern giving me a lot of designs possibilities“. 

The octopus applique is a free crochet pattern by Moogly.

This pretty Slouch was made by Rell of The Dabbling Hook.
She made an adult woman size for my toddler pattern Parisian Sweetheart Slouch using a thicker yarn and larger hook: 
- yarn Caron Simply Soft Party (color Snow Sparkle and Chocolate Sparkle); 
- crochet hook size 4 mm for the cuff and 5 mm hook for the rest of the hat.

She said on Ravelry:“LOVE love love how this turned out. Once you get passed the band, it flies along.“ 

Thank you Rell! :) I love it also!

 A lovely toddler hat made by Chickie Magoo using my pattern Spring Lacy Hat. If you prefer working with crochet charts check out the Charted Version of the pattern. 

 You can use up your scrap yarns and make some fun and cheerful slippers like Oana from Crochet by Oana  made. 

Toddler slippers - (size 2 years) is a  free pattern with written instructions and crochet chart. 

and the child size slippers  is a free pattern with step by step picture tutorial.

Check out also the pretty projects featured the previous weeks here.

PS. Have you made projects using the Free Crochet Patterns by My Hobby is Crochet?

 Check them out on Ravelry!
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Happy Crochet!

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