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Arm Knit Scarf – Free Pattern using Hometown USA Yarn

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Arm Knit scarves are so easy to create! No knitting or crocheting experience is required to make one of these beautiful fashion accessories. To make your own arm knit scarf, you’ll need two strands of a #6 super bulky weight yarn. For this project, we used Lion Brand’s Hometown USA yarn. By using both ends of […]

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Scrapbook Hearts – Free Crochet Pattern

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These adorable hearts are a cute alternative to traditional Valentine’s cards. Experiment with different designs and colors, or make several matching ones! For the crocheted edging, you’ll need a size B-1 (2.25mm) crochet hook and either size 3 crochet thread or two strands of size 10 crochet thread. You’ll also need some scrapbook paper, card […]

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Icy Snowflake Afghan & Pillow – Free Crochet Pattern

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  The Icy Snowflake Afghan is based off of a pattern I designed years ago – The Christmas Wrapping Afghan.   The Christmas Wrapping Afghan uses three different colors of worsted weight yarn and a size I-9 crochet hook. We used red, green, and white to make a holiday inspired throw.     The Icy Snowflake […]

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Five More Free Flower Patterns

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  This week, we are pleased to present five free flower patterns, designed by Carol Ballard. These flowers can be worked with any weight of yarn. Finer weights will create a smaller flower, and bulkier weights will create a larger flower. Just use the hook size appropriate for the yarn you choose. All of our samples […]

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Hydrangea – Free Crochet Pattern

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  Hydrangea bushes are usually recognized by their large, round flowers. These flowers come in a variety of blues and pinks depending on the acidity of your soil.     Our hydrangea pattern utilizes the crocodile stitch to mimic the layers of petals. If you’re not familiar with the crocodile stitch, you can find a […]

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