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This page is filled with all the projects I've created. You can scroll down and on the right hand side of the page or if you're on a mobile device scroll a little more further down you will find an archive that can navigate you through all the posts. If you can't find what you're looking for there is a search box at the top of the website 

The Letter E | 3D Letters | Crochet

How-To Video https://youtu.be/Ig1s8C9IjTY What You'll Need 4 mm Crochet Hook 50g DK (Light Worsted Weight)Yarn The Letter "E" Make 2 Foundation row Ch 20 Row 1 Half double crochet into the 2nd ch from the hook, Half double crochet to the end of row, Ch 1 turn (19) Rows 2 -3 Half double crochet in each st, Ch 1, turn (19) Rows 4 - 5 Half double crochet 7, Ch 1, turn (7) Row 6 Half double crochet 7, ch 5 turn (12) Row 7 In the second ch from the hook 1 Half double crochet, half double crochet in each st along, ch 1 turn (11) Rows 8-9 Half double crochet 11, Ch 1, turn (11) Rows 10 - 11 Half double crochet 7, Ch 1, turn (7) Row 12 Half double crochet 7, ch 13 turn (20) Row 13 In the second ch f

The Letter V | 3D Letters | Crochet

How-To Video https://youtu.be/ACxBwn7IqXA What You'll Need 4 mm Crochet Hook 50g DK (Light Worsted Weight)Yarn The Letter V Make 2 Foundation row Ch 9 Row 1 In the second ch from the hook make 1 half double crochet, 1 half double crochet in each stitch to the end of row, ch 1 turn (8) Rows 2-5 Half double crochet 2tog, half double crochet to the last 2 sts, half double crochet 2tog, Ch 1 (1 st left) Working down the left side, you will *half double crochet 6, ch 1 turn, Repeat from* 12 more times Cut yarn and Fasten off. repeat on the right side. The Edge-One long strip Foundation row Ch 6 Row 1 Half double crochet in to the second ch from the hook and to the end of the row, Ch 1 (5) Rows 2-

Heart | Crochet

How-To Video https://youtu.be/z01xjXQT1zU What You'll Need 4 mm Crochet Hook 50g DK (Light Worsted Weight)Yarn 4 pipe cleaners 30 cm each approx The Heart ♥ Foundation row Ch 20, slip to join in the round, ch 1 Rows 1-56 In the same st as your ch 1, 1 half double crochet, 1 half double crochet in each stitch around, slip into your first half double crochet (20) Fasten off. Get your pipe cleaners and pair them up so now you have 2x60 cm pipe cleaners, twist the ends together. Insert them inside and hold them at each end while you stuff it with filling. Leave the open ends free of filling Fold your work in half (at around the 28th row), then fold in the opposite direction to create the arches

The Letter L | 3D Letters | Crochet

How-To Video https://youtu.be/wuooHTNUhWE What You'll Need 4 mm Crochet Hook 50g DK (Light Worsted Weight)Yarn The Letter L Make 2 Foundation row Ch 20 Row 1 Half double crochet into the 2nd ch from the hook, Half double crochet to the end of row, Ch 1 turn (19) Rows 2 -5 Half double crochet in each st, Ch 1, turn (19) Rows 6 - 17 9 Half double crochet , Ch 1, turn (9) Fasten off and cut yarn The Edge-One long strip Foundation row Ch 6 Row 1 Half double crochet into the second ch from the hook and to the end of the row, Ch 1 (5) Rows 2-60 Half double crochet in each st, Ch 1 With all the pieces facing the right way sew the seams together with a slip st and stuff before you close it completel

Easy Knitted Preemie Hat | Knitted Top Down With Ear Flaps

How-To Video https://youtu.be/7HEb9K0HBDQ What you'll need 5 3.75mm DPNs 50g DK ( Light Worsted Weight) Yarn Cast on 4 sts Rows 1 and 2 kfb all around (16) Row 3 Knit all Row 4 *K1, kfb. Repeat from* around (24) Row 5 Knit all Row 6 *K2, kfb. Repeat from* around (32) Row 7 Knit all Row 8 *K3, kfb. Repeat from* around (40) Row 9 Knit all Row 10*K4, kfb. Repeat from* around (48) Row 11 Knit all Row 12 *K5, kfb. Repeat from* around (56) Rows 13-20 Knit all Row 21-25 K2, P2 If you don't want ear flaps you can cast off all sts in rib. Weave in the tail at the top of the hat to close the gap Cast off 22 sts, rib 8 sts and slip onto spare yarn or needle, cast off 18 sts, rib 8 Ear Flaps You will co

How-To Make A Sock | Knit

**This Sock can fit the following sizes*** UK 4-6 US 6-8 EURO 36-39 MEASUREMENT IN SIZES Inches 8.8 - 9.5 CM 22.5 - 24.1 Change the rib length accordingly How-To Video https://youtu.be/IM_yNWx4QhE What you'll need 4 3.75 mm DPNs ( For some parts you can use single ended needles) 2 50g DK (Light Worsted Weight) Yarn Cast on 42 sts Rows 1 and 2 K2, P2 Change colour Row 3 K2, P2 Rows 4-8 Knit all Slip 8 sts from the 2nd needle onto the 3rd needle (22 sts) These sts will be used for the heel. Slip the the remaining 20 sts on to 1 needle, these will be used for the instep. Working with the 22 sts for the heel, complete the stockinette st for about 5cm ending with the purl row (13 rows) Change col

How-To CB6 and CF6 | Knitted Cables

How-To Video https://youtu.be/QbaN6tYhoTg What you'll need Yarn A pair of needles Cable Needle *Note* If you're not following a pattern and you are new to knitting cables make sure you have knitted a few rows before cabling and make sure you have a few purl sts on either side. Cables require an even number of stitches Abbreviations CB6 - Cable 6 sts back. You will work 3 sts at a time. If the number changed to CB4, then you will cable 4 sts back but you will work with 2 sts at a time. CF6 - Cable 6 sts front. You will work 3 sts at a time. If the number changed to CF4, then you will cable 4 sts back but you will work with 2 sts at a time. CB6- slip 3 sts on to cable needle and hold to back o

Your Recreations

From time to time I get emails from happy knitters about how well their projects turn out. Until now I've not had a way to collect the images in one place. So if you'd like to show me your recreations or if you'd like to get featured please send me a picture file no bigger than 10MB. Thank you for your continued support!

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