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a person holding three small stuffed animals in their hands with the text free pattern below
You can find the pattern in my ig profile: beccis_plushies😊🌽
crochet pattern for cute no - sew axoloti sheeps with text overlay
Cute Crochet Axolotl Free Pattern
This cute crochet axolotl free pattern is quick, easy and no sew! It works up in under an hour and would make a fun amigurumi to add to your next market/craft fair. This small plush axolotl would also make a great gift.
several scrunffles are arranged in rows on a white surface, one is crocheted and the other is knitted
How to crochet Scrunchies in 5 minutes - CJ Design Blog
How to crochet Scrunchies in 5 minutes
crochet cow
two crocheted rabbits are sitting next to each other, one is pink and the other is purple
I Started To Crochet Cute Animals While My Husband Was Deployed To Africa, And Here’s What I Made So Far
the crochet hook is being used to make a headband
How to crochet Scrunchies in 5 minutes - CJ Design Blog
How to crochet Scrunchies in 5 minutes
how to crochet a mini octups Amigurumi
Make Crochet a Mini Octopus Amigurumi with Adorable Pattern
😍Link in bio👆 Dive into the enchanting world of crochet with "Whimsical Wonders," a delightful guide that teaches you how to crochet a mini octopus Amigurumi.
Crochet Book Sleeve Tutorial ~ Checkerboard Style! See notes for descriptions
Hey friends! Lately I’ve been obsessed with the checkerboard look and mock knit stitches, so I decided to merge the two and create this book sleeve. Now that Pinterest has idea pins, I’ve created a full tutorial with photos, videos, and descriptions (down below) ;P ————————— 📝Supplies: • 4 weight yarn in the colors of your choice • 5.5 mm hook (5mm also works) • Sewing needle and thread • Button ⭐️Slide 2: • Chain the length of your desired book. But, we’re gonna do a little math first ;). Because each checkerboard square is 3x3 stitches, the number of stitches we’ll make around the chain has to be divisible by 3. Plug the number of chains into the equation [(X-1) * 2] + 5 and see whether or not the resulting number is divisible by 3. Adjust the number of chains you have accord