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Asymmetrical Poncho Crochet Pattern

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Asymmetrical Poncho Pattern - it comes together really easily which makes this a great project for all levels. It’s lightweight, trendy, and versatile.

Asymmetrical Poncho Crochet Pattern

I don’t know about you, but it feels like fall just crept up on us.  This year has flown by and soon enough it will be holiday season!

That makes this Asymmetrical Poncho Pattern the perfect choice for rapidly approaching sweater weather!

It’s lightweight, trendy, and versatile.  Plus, it comes together really easily which makes this a great project for all levels.

This poncho is perfect for crisp fall days when you need a little warmth without breaking out the North Face.  It pairs perfectly with those cute fall boots I know you’ve been waiting to use, and is great for a casual wedding.

So, what are you waiting for?  Break out those crochet hooks and start working on your new, soon-to-be-favorite fall accessory.

Asymmetrical Poncho Pattern - it comes together really easily which makes this a great project for all levels. It’s lightweight, trendy, and versatile.

Click here to purchase an ad-free printable PDF of this pattern for your convenience. This pattern has an easy skill level and is great for all levels. But you can improve and perfect your technique with our bonus crochet tips and tricks pdf.

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Asymmetrical Poncho Crochet Pattern

NOTES: Pattern in U.S. crochet terminology

SKILL LEVEL: EASY

MATERIALS:

  • Hook: U.S. L/8.00mm
  • Size  4  Worsted  Weight  –  500  yds  (Lion  Brand  Heartland in Mammoth Cave used in photos).
  • Darning Needle & Scissors

ABBREVIATIONS:

  • ch = chain
  • sl = slip stitch
  • dc = double crochet
  • hdc = half double crochet
  • ch-sp = chain space

NOTES:

Gauge – 4 stitches = 2’’  3 rows = 2’’ (hdc)

FINISHED SIZE: 19” tall x 26” wide

PATTERN:

Chain 50

Row 1: Hdc in the 3rd chain from the hook, hdc in each ch across, ending with an hdc in the top of the turning chain.

Row 2: Ch 2 (counts as first hdc), turn, hdc in each ch, ending with an hdc in the top of the turning chain

Rows 3 — 4: Repeat Row 2

Rows 5: Ch 3 (counts as first dc), skip first 2 stitches, *[dc, ch1, dc] in next dc, skip the next 2 stitches, repeat from * across the row, ending with 1 skipped stitch, 1 dc in the top of the turning ch.

Rows 6: Ch 3, *3 dc in the next ch-sp, repeat from * across ending with 1 dc in the top of the turning ch.

Rows 7 — 50’’ Long: Repeat rows 5-6 until the total length reaches 50’’, ending on a row 6. Note: If you want a larger opening for the head/shoulders, add a few more rows (in multiples of 2).  If you’d like a smaller opening then don’t crochet as many rows.

Fasten off and weave in ends.

Finishing

Fold the length of the crocheted fabric around so that the last row you completed (A) now meets along the side, perpendicular to the beginning row (B) (so that it now runs alongside rows  1-24). Carefully sew those two edges together from the inside/wrong side and weave in ends.

 

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Easy Elizabeth Stitch Fingerless Gloves Crochet Pattern

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This Easy Elizabeth Stitch Fingerless Gloves Crochet pattern - quick to crochet and they are the perfect accessory to complete any outfit. Easy Elizabeth Stitch Fingerless Gloves Crochet Pattern

As much as I try to deny it, the cooler weather is here and winter is on the way. I’ve been wanting to design a new pair of fingerless gloves for a while now, so I guess there’s no better time.

Fingerless gloves are my go to these days as I find I’m constantly needing my phone to check email, respond to texts and deal with business matters. These gloves help to keep a large portion of your hand warm while giving your fingers a little more freedom.

Keep your hands cozy on a chilly day with these gloves. I’m calling this the “Elizabeth” fingerless glove pattern as this crochet pattern uses the Elizabeth stitch. You may remember that I created a stitch tutorial a couple of weeks ago showing you how to create this beautiful stitch – see the tutorial here.

These fingerless gloves are quick to make, taking only a 2 -3 hours to complete.They are the perfect accessory to complete any outfit. With the holidays on the way, they also make a thoughtful handmade gift to give to your friends and family.

This Easy Elizabeth Stitch Fingerless Gloves Crochet pattern is also quite adaptable – experiment with different yarns and colors.

So grab a skein of soft, pretty yarn and start on your fingerless crochet pattern this weekend

Click here to purchase an ad-free printable PDF of this pattern for your convenience.  Plus this PDF pattern also comes with a VIDEO TUTORIAL and a bonus crochet tips and tricks pdf.

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Easy Elizabeth Fingerless Glove Crochet Pattern

NOTES: Pattern in U.S. crochet terminology

SKILL LEVEL: EASY

MATERIALS:

  •        Hook: U.S. 4.5mm
  •        Light size 3 Weight Yarn – 1 skein (I used Loops & Threads   Snuggly Wuggly in Dove Grey and Soft Grey in the photos)
  •        Darning Needle & Scissors

ABBREVIATIONS:

  • st = stitch
  • ch = chain
  • sl = slip stitch
  • sc = single crochet

NOTES:

This crochet pattern is worked in two sections, the ribbed cuff and then secondly the hand portion. To finish it off, the sides are seamed together.

Elizabeth Stitchsee tutorial here

Insert your hook into next stitch, pull up a loop, yarn over, back into the same stitch and pull up another loop, yarn over and pull through all four loops on the hook. ch 1.

FINISHED SIZE:  4” wide x 5.5” long

PATTERN:

 Ribbed Wrist Cuff

Chain 13 stitches. 

Row 1: Starting in the 2nd chain from the hook, sc into each stitch until you reach the end of the row, turn.

Row 2: Ch1, sc into the back loop in each stitch across the row, turn. (see photo below for help finding the back loop).

Row 3 – 27: Repeat the steps in Row 2 (it should end up approx. 7” long)

Turn the ribbed cuff portion you’ve completed. You’ll now start crocheting along the long side of the section you just made.

Hand Portion

Row 1: 1 sc into the end of each row from the cuff, turn.

Row 2: Ch3, 1 Elizabeth Stitch in every other stitch across the entire row, turn.

Row 3: Ch3, 1 Elizabeth Stitch in every other stitch across the entire row, turn. across the entire row with the last stitch being worked under the turning chain, turn.

Rows 4 – 12: Repeat the steps in Row 3. If you would like the gloves longer add additional rows.

Finishing

Fold in half and stitch together using the whip stitch, leaving a space for your thumb to go through (for me that was about 2.75” up for the edge of the cuff, leaving about 1.75” for the hole above and then stitch up the last 1”).

For a more interesting look, add different colors of yarn as you work through the pattern.

 

This Easy Elizabeth Stitch Fingerless Gloves Crochet pattern - quick to crochet and they are the perfect accessory to complete any outfit. TooltipTextLooking for more great crochet patterns: Done In A Day Baby BlanketEasy Crochet Can CozyTulip Textured Crochet Dishcloth, Colorful Solid Granny Square DishclothEasy Cozy Crochet BlanketCrochet Beach BagOutland CowlCaps for a CauseCrochet Infinity ScarfCrochet Cat BedCrochet iPhone CaseEasy-Peasy Crochet Beanie

Click here to purchase an ad-free printable PDF of this pattern for your convenience. 

Plus this PDF pattern also comes with a VIDEO TUTORIAL and a bonus crochet tips and tricks pdf.

Click here to purchase an ad-free printable PDF of this pattern for your convenience. 

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15 of the Cutest Crochet Baby Bootie Patterns

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Looking for a little inspiration? Check out our list of 15 of the cutest crochet baby bootie patterns - they make fantastic last-minute baby shower gifts.

15 of the Cutest Crochet Baby Bootie Patterns

Who doesn’t love sweet little baby toes? Unfortunately, those toes may get chilly in the cooler weather but not to worry when you have cute crochet baby booties. These booties are so adorable and make fantastic last-minute baby shower gifts.  They’re especially perfect because they’re quick to work up and finish.

If you’re looking for a little inspiration, check out our list of 15 of the cutest crochet baby bootie patterns now.

 

Crochet Cuffed Baby Booties Pattern

These cute little cuffed booties will make an adorable gift for the next baby in the family.

Via Repeat Crafter Me

 

Ellie The Elephant Baby Booties Crochet Pattern

If you love adorable elephant baby booties here’s a great crochet pattern that will make last minute baby shower gifts super easy!

Via Hopeful Honey

 

Crochet Baby Strap Flip Flop Sandals

Crochet in the summertime can get a bit tricky. Who wants a super warm scarf, or thick, cozy slippers in the summer? Not us… how about baby flip-flops. These crochet baby strap flip-flops are a win!

Via Whistle and Ivy

 

Piggy Baby Booties Crochet Pattern and Tutorial

These booties are perfect if your little sunshine has already started playing with her toes because things will become even more interesting when she will discover little pink piggies on her feet.

Via  Croby Patterns

 

Two-Toned Little Dot Mary Janes

These soft shoes are easy to make and take little time and so cute on those little feet. There is a beautiful pop of color on the bottom that you can make any color you want!

Via Whistle and Ivy

 

Hockey Skate Baby Shoe Pattern

Crochet these adorable hockey skate booties for your future hockey star with this easy free pattern!

Via  Stitch-em

 

Monster Baby Booties

These adorably easy baby booties are the perfect addition to your newborn’s monster costume.

Via I Like Crochet

 

Button Gladiator Baby Sandals

These Gladiator Baby Sandals are quick to make and perfect for your little angel. They are great for wearing in the summer and when it’s too hot out.

Via Whistle and Ivy

 

Double Strapped Baby Mary Janes Crochet Pattern

Theses double strapped Mary Janes are great for kids that like to just rip off their shoes and throw them everywhere. The double strap makes them harder to pull off so you will no longer be looking for that missing shoe!

Via One Dog Woof

 

Flamingo Feet Baby Booties Crochet Pattern

These adorable Flamingo Feet Baby Booties are a perfect baby shower gift that everyone will love!

Via Yarnutopia

 

Pink Lady Baby Booties Crochet Pattern

Here’s a great crochet pattern for a pair of dainty Pink Lady Baby Booties!

Via Hopeful Honey

 

Baby Booties with Flower Crochet Pattern And Tutorial

These adorable baby booties are super cute with the little flower and will make a great gift for a little girl.

Via Croby Patterns

 

Baby Converse

Keep your kids in style with these adorable Baby Converse!

Via Ravelry

 

Captain Cutie Boat Shoes

Get ready to set sail with these extremely cute style comfy baby shoes inspired by popular adult and kid boat shoes. Any baby that wears these can enjoy a fun and fashionable summer day with this easy pattern.

Via I Like Crochet

 

Blueberry Pumpkin Moccasins

These adorable little booties are as cute as they come. You will love their colorful soles and their tiny tassels. They are excellent for an autumn baby!

Via I Like Crochet

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Colorful Crochet Triangle Scarf Pattern

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Colorful Crochet Triangle Scarf

Now that school is back in session and fall is here, it’s fun to make some accessories for the cooler weather. While it seems to be the trend, fall usually means a much darker color palette for clothing. I understand this trend but it doesn’t mean you can’t add a pop of color to those darker, drab colors.

I was inspired to make something colorful when I came across the Caron Cakes yarn ‘Rainbow Sherbet’. Wow, will this exciting yarn help to brighten up an outfit!

When my daughter Noelle saw the Caron Cakes yarn she asked me to make her something that she could wear to school. I have fallen in love with the adorable triangle scarves I’ve been seeing all over Pinterest so I decided that would be my new project.

This colorful triangle scarf is ridiculously easy to make and you’ll be able to whip it up in an hour or two. I would even go so far as saying it’s a beginner-friendly crochet pattern. It’s also customizable for sizing – if you want a smaller scarf (for a small child), then don’t crochet so many rows and if you’d like it larger, crochet more rows.

Colorful Crochet Triangle Scarf

SKILL LEVEL: EASY

MATERIALS:

ABBREVIATIONS:

  • st = stitch
  • ch = chain
  • sl = slip stitch
  • hdc = half double crochet
  • ch-sp = chain space

PATTERN:

Ch 4, leaving a minimum 6” tail (this becomes the center point of the scarf).

ROW 1: 2 Hdc in the 1st chain (4th from the hook). Ch4.

ROW 2: Turn, (hdc, ch 1) into the ch-sp directly below the ch 4 you just made, 2hdc in the top of the ch 4.Ch4.

ROW 3: Turn, (hdc, ch1) into the ch-sp below directly below the ch 4 you just made, (2hdc, ch) in next ch-1 sp. 2hdc in the top of the ch 4. Ch4. Turn.

ROW 4 – 40: Turn, (hdc, ch1) into the ch-sp below directly below the ch 4 you just made, *(2hdc, ch) in next ch-1 sp.* repeat across row ending with 2hdc in the top of the ch 4. Ch4. Turn. Work until row 40 or desired height.

Break yarn, weave in ends.

Add Tassel

Make and attach the tassel to the center point of the triangle. If you don’t know how to make a tassel, check out this great tutorial for making tassels.

Add Fringe
Cut yarn (holding both strands of yarn weights together) in 13” strands. Fold the strands of yarn for one fringe in half, forming a loop at one end. Match the cut ends of the yarn on the other end. Take your hook and draw the loop through the stitch that you’re attaching the fringe to. Draw the loose ends of the yarn through the loop. This step creates the knot. Holding the top of the fringe in one hand, pull gently on the fringe ends with your other hand, tightening the knot until it’s secure. To finish, trim the ends of the fringe so that they’re even.

Add Button
Sew your chosen button to the top corner tip of your scarf.

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