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Crochet Heart Doily Free Pattern DIY

Crochet Heart Doily Free Pattern DIY
Cute, and easy enough to make crochet heart doily free pattern.

Add a finishing touch to your home décor with this beautiful doily.

This doily is a great gift for someone dear to your heart! It will look beautiful on a side table or on your dresser, decorating a girl’s room of any age.

Gauge: Gauge is unimportant for this pattern. I like to crochet the hearts with a small hook so they are rigid and there are no big gaps between the stitches; if you prefer a looser, floppier heart, use a G or H hook instead.

Yarn: You can use skein remnants of any yarn.

Hook that gives you a fabric you like.

Suggested colors: red and any contrast color.

US crochet terms are used.
The chart

Crochet Heart Doily Free Pattern DIY

 

Doily Free Crochet Pattern Instruction:

Row 1

Make 8 chains of red color and join with 1 triple crochet into the first chain to make a ring. Turn the work.

Row 2

Chain 8, join with 1 trc into the triple crochet of the Row 1.

Make 1 trc into the fifth chain of the Row 1 (now you have 4 chains of the Row 1 between two trc of the Row 2), chain 4 and join 1 trc the fifth chain of the Row 1 (the same chain as previous trc). Turn the work.

Row 3 – Row 7

Chain 8. Follow the chart to crochet Rows 3 – 7.

Join the chains with sc in the middle of Row 7. Finish the row with a slip stitch.

Row 8

Crochet sc around the work (5 sc in each arc space and about 10-12 sc around the Row 1 corner). Finish Row 8 with a sl st.

Row 9

Change the yarn color, chain 1 and follow the chart.

Crochet arcs of 5 ch and sc around the work; add one arc of 3-4 ch around the Row 1 corner. Finish Row 9 with a sl st.

Row 10

Chain 1 and crochet sc and picot around the work (3 sc, 1 picot, 3 sc in each arc space). Finish Row 10 with a sl st.

After you finish Row 10, soak crochet in water, stretch to the size desired and dry flat.

Break yarn, weave in ends.

If you used cotton thread you can stiffen the crochet with starch.

Crochet Heart Doily Free Pattern DIY

Terminology:

ch chain

ch-sp chain space

dc double crochet

sc single crochet

sl st slip stitch

st stitch

tr triple (treble) crochet

I hope you enjoy yourselves with this tutorial and making these hearts and I really hope that it’s clear, easy to understand.

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Crochet Heart Doily Free Pattern DIY

Crochet flower pattern chart

Easy crochet flowers pattern crochet ideas,
Crochet flowers are such fun to decorate with! Perfectly lovely, and inspiring. Here is flower pattern chart.
Have a look other crocheted flower patterns:
Little Crochet Flower easy free pattern
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Crochet flower appliqué free pattern
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Little Crochet Flower easy free pattern

Little Crochet Flower easy  free pattern

I love knitted flowers, yours is great! With a small amount of scrap yarn, a spare hour or two and my favorite free crochet flower patterns, I can create beautiful little bursts of color in no time. Crocheted flowers make great package toppers or, take off the tie and you can embellish afghans, pillows, bags, clothing, and more.
This easy pattern for a small flower for beginners.
Abbreviations: Chain Stitch (Ch), Slip Stitch (SL), Double Crochet Stitch (DC)
Little Crochet Flower easy  free pattern

Flower pattern

Chain 3, join with the beginning stitch<br /> Round 1: *Chain 3, SL ST through the chain loop. Complete 5 times from *, join at the base of the beginning stitch to join. (5 chain 3 loops total)

Round 2: *SL ST in to the next chain 3 loop. CH 1, work 5 DC through the CH 3, CH 1, SL ST in the same CH 3, Complete 5 times total from *. Join with the beginning stitch.Little Crochet Flower easy  free pattern

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How to crochet baby hat beanie-free pattern

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Your choice of yarn. For my crochet baby beanie I chose soft acrylic yarn blend. How much yardage, or how many grams, of yarn you use is going to vary. Preemie Beanie: 30 to 50 yards Newborn Beanie: 50 to 70 yards Baby Beanie: 60 to 80 yards Crochet Hook: This crochet baby hat beanie is a “no gauge” project. Choose a crochet hook that works well with your yarn. If you’re not sure, check the yarn label. Large manufacturers will print the recommended hook size near the care instructions on every yarn wrapper. For the crochet sample beanie I used a size 4,5mm crochet hook paired with my bulky weight yarn. Before you go on, make sure you are familiar with the following stitches: chain stitch, double crochet and slip stitch.

Crochet baby hat beanie pattern

Finished Size: 5 1/2″ (14 cm) tall, 6″ (15 cm) wide when flat Note: hat is meant to stretch Gauge: Rounds 1 – 3 in pattern creates a circle that is 3 3/4″ in diameter Round 1: ch 4, 12 dc in forth ch from hook, sl st in top of beg ch: 12 dc Round 2: ch 3, 2 dc in each dc around, sl st in top of beg ch-3: 24 dc Round 3: ch 3, (2 dc in next dc, dc in next dc) around, sl st in top of beg ch-3: 36 dc Round 4 – 10: ch 3, dc in each dc around, sl st in top of beg ch-3: 36 dc Finish off.

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How to crochet a easy square

How to crochet a easy square
A crochet square is worked in rounds. Working in rounds is a little bit different from working in rows, though you use the same basic stitches for both. When I say “working in rounds” I am talking about where you start in the middle and your piece grows outward, getting larger, until it is the size you need.
This is a very good method to use if you need a crochet square to be a particular size or if you plan to use different colors
We all probably have a crocheted blanket/afghan handed down from or made by grandma… but have you ever wanted to make your own?
Crocheting a squares are the basics for making your own crocheted blanket.

Crochet Pattern for square:

Ch 6. Join with a sl st to form a ring.
Round 1
Ch. 3, 2 dc, ch 2, (3 dc, ch 2) 3 times, sl st to join to the 3rd chain stitch from foundation loop.
Round 2
Work 3 sl sts (2 sl sts with the old color, and join the new color in the third) so that your crochet hook is adjacent to the space formed by the closest set of chain sts. Ch 3, 2 dc in space, ch 2 to form corner, 3 dc in same space, ch 2, (3 dc in next space, ch 2 to form corner, 3 dc in same space, ch 2) 3 times, sl st to join to the 3rd chain stitch you crocheted at the beginning of the round.
Round 3
Work 3 sl sts (2 sl sts with the old color, and join the new color in the third) so that your crochet hook is adjacent to the space formed by the closest set of chain sts. Ch 3, 2 dc in space, ch 2 to form corner, 3 dc in same space, ch 2, (3 dc in next space, ch 2, 3 dc in next space, ch 2 to form corner, 3 dc in same space, ch 2) 3 times, 3 dc in next space, ch 2, sl st to join to the 3rd chain stitch you crocheted at the beginning of the round.
Granny squares can be worked at any gauge.
Rounds 4 and Up
Abbreviations:
ch = chain, chs = chains, st = stitch, sts= stitches, sl st = slip stitch, dc = double crochet

Stitch Instructions and Crochet Abbreviations

ch = one chain
ch sp = chain space
sc = single crochet
hdc = half double crochet
dc = double crochet
tr = treble crochet, or triple crochet
dtr = double treble crochet
sl st = slip stitch
sp(s) = space(s)
tog = together
sk = skip
rnd(s) = round(s)
lp(s) = loop(s)
yo = yarn over
MC = main color
CC = contrasting color
RS = right side of work
bpdc = back-post double crochet
bpsc = back-post single crochet
bptr = back-post treble crochet
fpdc = front-post double crochet
fpsc = front-post single crochet
frtc = front-post treble crochet
dec = decrease
inc = increase/increases/increasing
UK crochet abbreviations are different than US abbreviations. If you are working with a UK pattern here are the abbreviations and what they mean in US terms:
UK sc = US sl st
UK dc = US sc
UK htr = US hdc
UK tr = US dc
UK dtr = US tr
UK ttr = US dtr
UK miss = US skip

Other free crochet patterns
Free pattern beret tam in double crochet

Crochet flower appliqué free pattern

Crochet flower appliqué free pattern
This crochet flower could also be used to decorate gifts, to spiff up some ready to wear clothing, and baby booties. Let me know all the ways you could use them!
I used sport weight yarn and a size H hook. This pattern will work with lots of other hook and thread combinations.
Make a slip ring.
1st round: ch2, sc9 in ring=10 st total
2nd round : ch1, *( tr1,dtr2, trc1) in next sc, slip stitch in next sc; repeat from* 3 times more, (trc 1, dtr 2, trc 1) in next sc, sl st in ch 1= 5 petals.
Fasten off.

Crochet flower appliqué free pattern

ch = chain
dtr = double treble crochet
sc = single crochet
st(s) = stitch(es)
sl st = slip stitch
trc = treble (triple) crochet

Other free crochet patterns
Free pattern beret tam in double crochet

Free pattern beret tam in double crochet

free crochet pattern beret tam
It is free pattern for beret tam in double crochet.

This Tam O’Shanter hat pattern is reprinted here, in its entirety, but originally appeared in the 1918 Handbook of Wool Knitting and Crochet, published by the Needlecraft Publishing Company.
Because vintage and international crochet terms can differ, I am also including the original Handbook of Wool Knitting and Crochet directions for double crochet stitch, called doubles in this pattern.

Vintage Tam O’Shanter Crochet Pattern Directions:

Make a chain of 3 stitches, join.

1. Seven doubles in ring.

2. Two doubles in each double, taking both veins of stitch.

3. A double in double, 2 in next; repeat.

4. A double in each of 2 doubles, 2 in next; repeat.

5. A double in each of 3 doubles, 2 in next; repeat.

Continue in this way, adding 1 double between widenings each row, until you have 30 doubles in each section – between widenings – or more, if a larger crown is desired.
33. A double in each of 7 doubles, miss 1; repeat.

34. A double in each of 6 doubles, miss 1; repeat.

35. A double in each of 2 doubles, miss 1; repeat.

36 to 45. A double in each stitch.

46, 47. With gray Angora wool, make a double in each stitch and fasten off the last row neatly.

Cover a large, flat button-mold with the blue wool: Make a chain of 3 stitches, turn, and in 2d stitch of chain make 8 doubles; make 2 doubles in each of 8 doubles, working in both veins of stitch; then make 1 double in 1st stitch, 2 in next, and repeat. Continue to work around and around, widening to keep the work flat, until you have a circle which will cover the button-mold, say 6 rounds; then work once around without widening, slip in the mold, * miss 1, a double in next, and repeat until the cover is closed.

For the edge of the button and the cord around top of band either the double chain may be made, an ordinary chain filled with double crochet, or – better still – the cord may be knotted by what is called the “fool’s delight” method – which seems a very sensible method, indeed:

Take a length of the Angora wool six times as long as the cord is wanted to be; indeed, it will be better to start with a longer piece, for fear it may “take up” more rapidly than anticipated. Make a slip or half knot at one end of the yarn, pass the other end down through this to form a loop, then tie the ends of the yarn together. Hold this knot between thumb and forefinger of one hand (say the right), with the yarn which pulls through the half knot under the same hand, and the loop which was formed held on the forefinger, holding the yarn which does not pull in the left hand; pass the forefinger of left hand through the loop on right forefinger from front to back, catch up and draw through the non-pulling or left-hand thread – exactly as you would make a chain-stitch in crochet – transfer the knot which ties the two ends together to thumb and forefinger of left hand, keeping the loop over forefinger, and draw up the pulling yarn, or that passed originally through the half knot. Now the position of the loop, pulling yarn and knot is exactly the same in the left hand as formerly in the right. Continue by passing forefinger of right hand through the loop on left forefinger, catching up the non-pulling thread and drawing it through to form the new loop (on right forefinger again), transfer the knot from left hand to right, and pull up, repeating the process from beginning.
This is really a sort of double chain, and when one has learned to make it evenly and well – as may be done with a little practise – it will be found superior for bags, lingerie, and many other articles requiring a drawstring or a cord.

Sew this cord evenly around button and top of band, and the cap is completed.
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Free pattern crochet Tom boy cap

Its free pattern crochet Tom boy cap from Fashion, number 185, an American Thread pamphlet from the 1960′s.
Addendum 8/1/12, for those having trouble with the instructions above:
1st round: ch4, join, ch3, work 15dc in ring, do not join. Place a marker at beg each round.
2nd round: # Skip 1 st, 5 sc in next st, rpt from # all around (8 inc pts)
3rd round: Skip 1 st, # 1 sc in next st, 5 sc in next st, 1 sc in next st, skip 2 sc, rpt from # all around.

 Free pattern crochet Tom boy cap

4th round: #1 sc in each of next 2sts, 5sc in next st, 1sc in each of next 2 sts, skip 2 sts, rpt from # all around
5th round: # 1sc in each of next 3sts, 5sc in next st, 1sc in each of next 3 sts, skip 2 sts, rpt from # around
Next 7 rounds: Same manner as last round having 1 more st between pts in each round
13th round: 2sctog, # 1sc in each of next 9 sts, 3sc in next st, 1sc in each of next 9 sts, 2sctog, skip 2sts, repeat from # all around
14th round: 2sctog, # 1sc in each of next 8sts, 3sc in next st, 1sc in each of next 8sts, 2sctog, skip 2 sc, rpt from # around
15th round: 2sc tog, #1sc in each of next 15sts (no inc at pts), 2sctog, skip 2sc, rpt from # around
16th round: 2sctog, # 1sc in each of next 11 sts, 2sctog, skip 2sc, rpt from # around
17th round: 2sctog, # 1sc in each of next 7sts, 2sctog, skip 2sc, rpt from # around
18th round: 1sc in each of next 7sts, skip 2sts, rpt from beg all around
19th, 20th and 21st rounds: 1sc in each sc. Cut yarn.
Peak: Right side 1st row: with right side facing, work into front loop of sts only attach yarn in 4th sc before any dec pt, sc in same space, 1sc in each of next 8sts, cut yarn (4sts each side of dec pt with 1sc at dec pt) Do not turn at end of rows of peak.
2nd peak row: Attach yarn in 2sts before 1st sc of peak, working in front loop of sts at beg and end of rows of beret throughout 2sc in same space, 1sc in next sc, working into back loop of sts across peak sts throughout, 1sc into each of the 9sc of 1st row of peak, 1sc in next sc, 2sc in next sc, cut yarn.
3rd peak row: attach yarn in 2sts before 1st sc of previous row, 2sc in same sc, 1sc in next sc, 1sc in each sc of peak, sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc, cut yarn.
4th and 5th peak rows: attach yarn in sc before 1st sc of prev row of peak, 3sc in same space, 1sc in each sc of peak, 3sc in next sc, cut yarn
6th peak row: attach yarn in 2sts before 1st sc of prev row, sc in same space, skip next sc, 1sc in each sc of peak, skip 1sc, sc in next sc, cut yarn
Wrong side: with wrong sides of peak tog attach yarn in 1st free loop at base of 1st row of peak, 1sc in each remaining free loop of peak, cut yarn. Work 3 more rows of peak same as right side, but work through both loops of sts.
6th row wrong side: same as right side but attach in st before 1st sc, complete row.
7th row wrong side: work in sc attaching yarn in 1st sc of peak, cut yarn.
Finishing: with right side facing attach yarn and sl st both sections of peak tog, working through back loop of sts. Continue all around beret with a sl st, join, cut yarn.
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