You will need
6g/15m of any DK yarn (I have used Hobbycrafts WI Premium Acrylic Yarn)
3,5mm crochet hook
Short length of thread of paper yarn to hang
Glitter glue (optional) Continue reading “24 Days of Crochetmas: Day 3 – Bells of Christmas”
For this project there will be 12 different types square. 6 will be different stitch swatches, that aren’t your normal Double or Treble crochet, and 6 will be Christmas-themed motifs. You’ll just have to wait and see what they are!
If you don’t want to make it Christmas-themed, then you can simply do the plain squares in lots of different colours, or keep it in one colour and bring the fun with the different types of stitch. You will end up with 12 squares, 6 plain squares, and 6 patterned squares. You can do this in any combination that you like, so make sure you pay attention to the yarn amounts of each square.
Square 1: Moss Stitch
You will need
1 x Chunky yarn (I have used Women’s Institute Soft & Chunky, 70% acrylic, 30% merino)
10mm hook (this gives a slightly looser tension, I also hold my yarn quite tightly)
Continue reading “24 Days of Crochetmas: Day 2 – Mystery Christmas Blanket Square 1”
You will need
In this project I have used Women’s Institute Soft & Chunky (100g) in the following colours:
1 x Red
1 x Cream (roughly 50g)
Alternatively, you could use Paintbox Yarns Simply Chunky or Bernat Softee Chunky.
Pom pom maker (or cardboard)
Tension is not critical in this project.
Oversized [Adult : Child]
Approx 60 [50:42]cm circumference, 60 [50:42] cm in length
The end garment is super stretchy, so you shouldn’t need to worry too much.
This pattern uses UK terms.
Download from: Etsy | LoveCrafts | Ravelry
From the 1st-24th December I will be hosting 24 days of Crochetmas!
As you might guess, this is basically like Crochet Christmas/Advent. I’m going to be releasing a pattern a day (a mixture of free and premium patterns) including a completely free Crochet Along Christmas blanket, aimed to be completely doable before the big day!
Get yourself a whole bunch of chunky yarn, you’re going to need it!
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