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Berry Punch Clutch Crochet Pattern



Update: This pattern is now on  Ravelry and  Craftsy!

Get the Berry Punch Clutch Crochet Pattern!  This clutch is made with eco-friendly, durable, all natural cotton fibers; a jersey yarn that can only be found here.

This project is quick, and it takes less than 4 hours to complete.This pattern is considered easy to intermediate crochet level. You only need to know how to single crochet, chain stitch nd whipstitch! So easy peasy.
The Berry Punch Clutch is cute and wearable. Wear this clutch out on a date with your boo or on a trip out in day time.  This clutch is casual, colorful, playful and best of all machine washable.

Purchase and then Instantly Download the Berry Punch Clutch Crochet Pattern here.

Crochet Berry Punch Clutch

GAUGE
11 sc and 4 rows = 2” [10 cm] by 6” [10 cm]

Measurements:
Approximately 14” 35.56 cm] wide x 8” [20.32 cm] deep.

ABBREVIATIONS
St = stitch
Ch = Chain(s)
Dc = Double crochet

Materials:
5.5 mm hook
1/2 skein of Jersey Be Good Phantom Purple jersey yarn that can only be found here.
1 skein of Jersey Be Good Cherry Pink jersey yarn that can only be found here.

Purchase and then Instantly Download the Berry Punch Clutch Crochet Pattern here.

This pattern is also on Ravelry!
Updated: This pattern is now on Craftsy!

Creative Bug Eat Your Fruits and Veggies



Get on board and jump start your creativity with Creative Bug's crochet along with Twinkie Tran, "Eat Your Fruits and Veggies Crochet Along" where you crochet cute foods and enjoy learning all sort of crafts (sewing, art & illustration, printmaking, knitting, crocheting & more).




Learn to make sweet fruits and veggies like the ones shown by printing out patterns and just following along the videos (at your pace). The videos provided with clear instructions for each project, and they are available at any time. The "Eat Your Fruits and Veggies Crochet Along"  offer provide step by step clear video instructions and a community chat with Twinkie Tran (an awesome instructor).



Creative Bug offers a fun way to learn amigurumi from the best. Also, they have loads of cute crochet along patterns for you that you can print out and keep and use anytime. The patterns in the "Eat Your Fruits and Veggies Crochet Along" are very adorable, easy, and do not take a long time to complete (short and sweet).  With the easy to understand patterns and video instruction, everything is easy!




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Gelato Blue Shawl Free Crochet Pattern



Here is an easy way to add some color to your winter wear.  Make this scarf and wear it with a glowing smile as bright as the colors that come with Carron Cakes Gelato (only available here).  You will love this yarn.

As you crochet this shawl, you will look forward to unraveling and crocheting to the next color and the next. If you do not know,  we love bright colors over here.  

This pattern is separated into two parts: The shawl and the edging. I’ve made the shawl with Carron Cakes Gelato made by Yarnspirations (only found here ). The shawl measures to be approx. 50 inches from end to end and 22 inches from basis to point. You’ll need the following yarn: 
  • 1 skeins (color: Gelato) only found here 
  • 3.0 mm crochet hook, and scissors. 
  • A pom pom maker (size medium to small) 
  • Easy Pattern
Stitches and terms used:

chain (ch)
slip stitch (ss)
single crochet (sc)
double crochet (dc)
chain space (ch-sp)



Felici Self Striping Yarn from Knit Picks



Shawl:

Start with 4ch, ss the last one to the first ch.

R1: Crochet 4ch, (counts as first dc + 1ch), dc3, ch3, dc3, ch1, dc1.

R2: Turn your work. Crochet 4ch (counts as first dc +1ch), dc3 in the ch-1 sp of the previous round,
ch1, dc3 in the ch-3 sp of the previous round, ch3, dc3 in the ch-3 sp of the previous round, ch1, dc3, ch1, dc1.

R3-R27: Repeat round 2, and increase a granny cluster in the ch-1 sp at the beginning and end of every row.


Edging for the angle edges:


SC 1 into the top of each 3 dc, SC 1 into next chain, Ch 3 , SC into the last ch. Repeat until the end.


Edging for the straight edge: SC along the edge of the shawl.

Pom-Poms:
Create 2 pom-poms to attach to the ends.

Enjoy and link back to this post if you decide to use this pattern and share your creations online.








Gelato Blue Shawl by CosmicMedium



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It is All In The Stars: Free Amigurumi Star Pattern




For a week I have been dreaming about stars. I had to make a star but not just any star, a crochet fluffy amigurumi star.  S0 I created one gold star, and now I want to make millions ( in fact I will be).  The pattern shown is an incredibly fast crochet pattern, and all you need to know is how to single crochet in the round and single crochet. I was inspired by several bloggers to create this crochet pattern but used my pattern from Wool And The Gang.  To create the star below I used  following:
Are you in love with this star? There are so many more! Check out the stars from the following blogs:

Oh and did you peep the polar bear? Get the Bear With Me pattern here!



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Bear With Us Simply Crochet Amigurumi Pattern





For the love of amigurumi.  I have created a real item that is a considered amigurumi in another country! Yes. I did it and so can you! Of course, my version made with similar yarns below:

Impeccable Yarn from Michaels 
Original Pattern Here (issue 51)

Bonus Star Pattern Here!

This pattern, "Bear With Me" was first spotted in issue 52 of the Simply Crochet Magazine (that of which I have every outstanding issue). The Bear With Me Patter was created by J.A. Poolvos.
My polar bear is slightly different because I added a little more stuffing in the arms and belly,  reversed some colors in the sweater, his ears are a tad bit on larger, and his nose and eyes are of black yarn!

He is also propped up against an amigurumi star! Get the star pattern here and get the Bear pattern here!

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Cotton Yarns from knitpicks.com
Worsted Weight Yarns from knitpicks.com
Knit Picks Mighty Stitch Yarn


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Pink Squid with a Pink Bow - Free Crochet Amigurumi Pattern







While in a search to create something cute I stumbled upon cute itty bitty squids! SQUIDS! You will love this itty bitty squid with a bow! On Pinterest were so many different types of cute squid patterns, check out the patterns I found below! Even when it is not even in the season, you still can be intrigued at how cute squids could b.  So use this pattern I created for you to try! The pattern below is my first pattern, and I would love to gain feedback as to how much you loved this mini crochet squid pattern. I know you will love it!


Felici Self Striping Yarn from Knit Picks

Pink Squid with a Pink Bow

difficulty: easy
Time: 30 Minutes!
Just like traditional amigurumi this pattern requires that you crochet in the round, and make single crochet stitches.

Tools

A small amount of stuffing
black thread for sewing
yarn needle and sewing needle for the eyes

Worsted Weight Yarns from knitpicks.com

abbreviations:

ch = chain
st = stitch
sts = stitches
sc = single crochet


body:

Start with an magic ring.
1. 6 sc in a circle.
2. (2 sc in next st) 6 times. (12 sc)
3. (sc in next st, 2 sc in next st) 6 times. (18 sc)
4-7. sc in each st around, for 4 rounds. (18sc per round)
8-9. Working in front loops only, (2 sc in next st, 2 sc in next st, sc in next st) 8 times.


bottom:

Now make a new piece to close up the bottom of your amigurumi.
Start with a magic ring, or ch 2 and work in the first chain.
1. 6 sc in a circle.
2. (2 sc in next st) 6 times. (12 sc)
3. (sc in next st, 2 sc in next st) 6 times. (18 sc)


Little Bow:

1-3. With white yarn 6 sc turn repeat 3 times

Then tie the bow in the middle middle with pink yarn and share the edges out in the shape of a bow.


Eyes:

Use black yarn (or thread) and thread for eyesWhat a cute squid with a bow! Share with me your creation on instagram @CrochetToTheMoon




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Please don't copy this pattern to other websites - provide a link to it instead. Thank you. 


Looking for some more squids? Check out what I am pinning! 


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