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Spring Cleaning! Time to use up some of that scrap yarn to clean out your stash. I have collected some wonderful patterns for you that will use those small balls of yarn you have tucked away.

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Here are the names and links of each pattern, along with a little something that each designer has to say about them.

1) Free Crochet Pattern…Scrap Love Scarf ~ Fiber Flux
This scarf is full of scrappy goodness. A simple vertical granny stripe shows off the many colors of all of your beautiful yarn leftovers. Take a trip to your yarn stash and work up a scrappy scarf of your own. Stash busting is a wonderful thing! Instructions included if you are using a different yarn weight too.

2) Japanese flower motif Crochet Pattern ~ Daisy Cottage Designs
If you’ve followed my blog and seen my crochet patterns for any length of time, you’re well aware with the fact that I love to crochet flowers. I’ve seen a few Japanese flower motifs recently and fell in love. I decided to whip up one of my own, and after a few trial and error attempts, I came up with one that I’m pleased with. I think it would be beautiful to make an entire afghan out of these flowers, but it’s probably more likely that I’ll use them as a stack of coasters on the coffee table. Either way, they’re beautiful and I’m going to enjoy them.

3) Quick Scrap Yarn Slip Stitch Bracelet ~ Jessie At Home
This bracelet is a great way to use up those little balls of yarn you have tucked away! They also make great last minute gifts. You can even choose your team colors to show your spirit. These bracelets work great as wrist warmers as well. You can make them as skinny or wide as you want, and any size you need! I find them very simple to make, but slip stitch crochet is considered an intermediate skill, hence the intermediate listing on this pattern. Enjoy!

4) Tag It Free Crochet Pattern ~ Moogly
Summer activities are in full swing here in Iowa, and with the long days spent outdoors there are two things a kid needs – plenty of sunscreen and drinking water! My youngest picked out a fresh new water bottle, but I wanted to make sure he’d be able to tell which one is his, and I had only 15 minutes before we had to go… so I whipped up this!

5) Net Yarn Hair Puff ~ Jessie At Home

Have you made something other then a scarf out of the ever~popular net yarn and have some left over with no clue what to do with it? I have the perfect solution for you. You can use it to make a fun, fluffy, puffy, bouncy hair band! All you need is a plain hair band and two or more yards of net yarn.

6) Crochet Daisy Granny Squares ~ The Stitchin’ Mommy
…when the weather gets warmer, I like to use my yarn for making things around the house like these Daisy Granny Square Coasters. Not only are they cute and perfect for spring, but they are also easily washable which I love. I can be a little crazy when it comes to putting a cup on my table with nothing underneath. My kitchen table is so hard to clean so I always use a coaster. If you’re anything like me, then this is the pattern for you! Keep in mind that if you don’t care for coasters, these Daisy Granny Squares would make an adorable blanket.

7) Vintage Button Re~Make ~ Jessie At Home
There is something about a vintage button that just says “make me a flower pin!” Or maybe it’s just the voices…

8) Dotted Headband ~ Jessie At Home
Here is a pretty little way to keep your hair back as the warm weather approaches. So many color options!! Have fun with it.

Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland over the last week!

10 Things This Week in Crochet 3 ~ From Kim Guzman

10 Things This Week in Crochet 3 ~ From Kim Guzman

Cute But Small - 10 Free Patterns Perfect for Summer ~ from MNE Crafts

Cute But Small – 10 Free Patterns Perfect for Summer ~ from MNE Crafts

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Be A Star Child’s Sun Hat

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Be A Star Child’s Sun Hat
Crochet Pattern
Intermediate Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot

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This sensational sun hat features a star on top to help keep the sun off the most vulnerable part of your little one’s head, and a mesh side to keep them cool. The wide brim provides shade to protect their face, and to keep them fashionable! Add on a decoration (like the That 70’s Flower) and the Be A Star Child’s Sun Hat is the perfect combination of form and function!

If you are looking for an adult sized sun hat to crochet, check out my Shine On Sun Hat!

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SKILL LEVEL:
Intermediate

YARN:
Berroco Comfort DK (pink & white hat), or Tahki Cotton Classic (green & yellow hat)

TECHNIQUES & ABBREVIATIONS USED:
sl st ~ slip stitch
ch ~ chain
hdc ~ half double crochet
hdc2tog ~ half double crochet 2 together
dc ~ double crochet
rnd ~ round
beg ~ beginning

HOOK:
4/E/3.50mm Use whatever size hook is necessary to obtain gauge in order to get the correct fit.

SIZE:
Child (20” head)

GAUGE:
21 sts and 12 rows of hdc in a 4” square

NOTIONS:
Brimlock or nylon hat wire
Joiners for brimlock

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PATTERN:
Rnd 1: Ch 4 join with a sl st to form a loop, ch 2 (counts as first hdc), 9 hdc in the loop, join with a sl st to top of beg ch 3. (10 hdc)

Rnd 2: Ch 2 (counts as first hdc), hdc in same st, [2 hdc in next st] 9 times, join with a sl st to top of beg ch 2. (20 hdc)

Rnd 3: Ch 2 (counts as first hdc), hdc in same st, hdc in next st [2 hdc in next st, hdc in next st] 9 times, join with a sl st to top of beg ch 2. (30 hdc)

Rnd 4: Ch 2 (counts as first hdc), hdc in same st, hdc in each of next 2 sts [2 hdc in next st, hdc in each of next 2 sts] 9 times, join with a sl st to top of beg ch 2. (40 hdc)

Rnd 5: Ch 2 (counts as first hdc), hdc in same st, hdc in each of next 3 sts [2 hdc in next st, hdc in each of next 3 sts] 9 times, join with a sl st to top of beg ch 2. (50 hdc)

Rnd 6: Ch 2 (counts as first hdc), hdc in each of next 6 sts, skip 1, ch 2, hdc in next st, skip 1, ch 2, [hdc in each of next 7 sts, skip 1, ch 2, hdc in next st, skip 1, ch 2] 9 times, join with a sl st to top of beg ch 2. (5 sets of (7 hdc, ch-2, 1 hdc, ch-2))

Rnd 7: Sl st into next hdc, ch 2 (counts as first hdc), hdc in each of next 5 sts, ch 2, [hdc in ch-2 sp, ch 2] twice, {skip next hdc, hdc in each of next 6 sts, [ch 2, hdc in ch-2 sp] twice, ch-2} 9 times, join with a sl st to top of beg ch 2. (5 sets of (6 hdc, ch-2, [1 hdc, ch-2] twice))

Rnd 8: Sl st into next hdc, ch 2 (counts as first hdc), hdc in each of next 4 sts, ch 2, [hdc in ch-2 sp, ch 2] 3 times, {skip next hdc, hdc in each of next 5 sts, ch 2, [hdc in ch-2 sp, ch 2] 3 times} 9 times, join with a sl st to top of beg ch 2. (5 sets of (5 hdc, ch-2, [1 hdc, ch 2] 3 times))

Rnd 9: Sl st into next hdc, ch 2 (counts as first hdc), hdc in each of next 3 sts, ch 2, [hdc in ch-2 sp, ch 2] 4 times, {skip next hdc, hdc in each of next 4 sts, ch 2, [hdc in ch-2 sp, ch 2] 4 times} 9 times, join with a sl st to top of beg ch 2. (5 sets of (4 hdc, ch-2, [1 hdc, ch 2] 4 times))

Rnd 10: Sl st into next hdc, ch 2 (counts as first hdc), hdc in each of next 2 sts, ch 2, [hdc in ch-2 sp, ch 2] 5 times, {skip next hdc, hdc in each of next 3 sts, ch 2, [hdc in ch-2 sp, ch 2] 5 times} 9 times, join with a sl st to top of beg ch 2. (5 sets of (3 hdc, ch-2, [1 hdc, ch 2] 5 times))

Rnd 11: Sl st into next hdc, ch 2 (counts as first hdc), hdc in next st, ch 2, [hdc in ch-2 sp, ch 2] 6 times, {skip next hdc, hdc2tog, ch 2, [hdc in ch-2 sp, ch 2] 6 times} 9 times, join with a sl st to top of beg ch 2. (5 sets of (hdc2tog, ch-2, [1 hdc, ch 2] 6 times))

Rnd 12 ~ 17: Sl st into next ch-2 sp, ch 4 (counts as first hdc, ch 2), [hdc in ch-2 sp, ch 2] 39 times, join with a sl st to 2nd ch of beg ch 4. (35 sets of (hdc, ch-2))

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Change Color

Rnd 18: Ch 1 (does not count as a stitch), [2 sc in next ch-2 sp, 3 sc in each of next 6 ch-2 sps] 5 times, join with a sl st to top of beg sc. (100 sc)

Rnd 19: Ch 1 (does not count as a stitch), sc in each sc around, join with a sl st to top of beg sc. (100 sc)

Change Color

Rnd 20 & 21: Ch 3 (counts as first dc) dc in each remaining st around, join with a sl st to the top of the beg ch 3. (100 dc)

Change Color

Rnd 22 & 23: Ch 1 (does not count as a stitch), sc in each sc around, join with a sl st to top of beg sc. (100 sc)

Change Color

Rnd 24: Ch 4 (counts as first tc), tc in same st, 2 tc in next st, skip 1, 2 tc in next st * skip 1, [2 tc in next st] 2 times, skip one, 2 tc in next st, rep from * around until 1 st remains, join with a sl st to the top of beg ch 4. (60 sets of 2 tc)

Rnd 25: Sl st in the middle of 2 tc set, ch 4 (counts as first tc), tc in same sp, [2 tc in the middle of next set of 2 tc] around, join with a sl st to the top of beg ch 4. (60 sets of 2tc)

Rnd 26: Sl st in the middle of 2 dc set, ch 3 (counts as first dc), dc in same st,* 2 dc before next 2 tc set, [2 dc in the middle of next 2 tc set] 3 times, rep from * around to end, last repeat will not have the last set of 2 dc, join with a sl st to the top of beg ch 3. (80 sets of 2 dc)

Rnd 25: Sl st in the middle of 2 dc set, ch 3 (counts as first dc), dc in same sp, [2 dc in the middle of next set of 2 dc] around, join with a sl st to the top of beg ch 3. (80 sets of 2dc)

Change Color

Rnd 26: Ch 1 (does not count as a st), 2 sc in the middle of 2 dc set, [2 sc in the middle of 2 dc set] around, join with a sl st to beg sc. (160 sc)

Rnd 27~28: Ch 1 (does not count as a st), sc in each sc around, join with a sl st to beg sc. (160 sc)

Change Color

Rnd 29: Ch 2 (counts as first hdc), hdc in same st, hdc in each of next 7 sts, [2 hdc in next st, hdc in each of next 7 sts] 19 times, join with a sl st to beg hdc. (180 sc)

Rnd 30: Ch 2 (counts as first hdc), hdc in next st and in each st around, join with a sl st to beg hdc. (180 sc)

Rnd 31: Ch 2 (counts as first hdc), hdc in same st, hdc in each of next 8 sts, [2 hdc in next st, hdc in each of next 8 sts] 19 times, join with a sl st to beg hdc. (200 sc)

Rnd 32: Ch 2 (counts as first hdc), hdc in next st and in each st around, join with a sl st to beg hdc. (200 sc)

Cut a piece of brimlock that is 41” long. Join it into a circle.
*for a flatter brim, cut a piece that is only 40” long.

Rnd 31: Working over the brimlock circle, sc in each hdc all the way around, join with a sl st to first sc, fasten off. (200 sc)

Weave in all ends.

Give to a little one and enjoy!

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I have been having fun with the Facebook TBT (Throw Back Thursday) trend. I have been sharing some of my older patterns on Thursdays that some of my newer followers may not have seen yet. Really I have just been doing this on Facebook and Twitter, but this week, it is going to spill on over here. This is today’s TBT pattern:

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So, how does that relate to today’s blog post? Well, Kyla LOVES those hearts. So much so that she has asked if they can be in her new room. I think I will be making a few off~shoot patterns from this pattern for her room. Hearts and crows. I see lots of both in my future. As I told you a few days ago, we are working on Kyla’s room. I’m still not sure if she will be willing to leave Vada’s room, but at least she will have the option!

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Here is her door…in the hall. I still need Doug to carry it out to the garage so that I can strip it and sand it outside.

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Here is what the room looked like when I started out last night. Well, after removing the plaster that had bubbled down from the leak we had after Sandy.

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As I started removing all the trim, I discovered a crazy little Easter Egg under the paneling. I REALLY want to see what that wall paper looks like, but I just know if I take down the paneling I will find gaping holes in the walls beneath, and I do NOT want to have to drywall the whole room. So I guess my curiosity will have to hold 5 or so years until we reno the entire second floor. Currently we have an addition on the back of the house through the basement and the first floor. It was built in the 50′s (the house was built in 1900). In 5 or so years we are going to have the second floor extended over the addition as well, and it will be an extension on Doug and my room, and a master bath. That way I do not have to share a bathroom with teenage girls. Really, that is the entire motivation for the addition, I do not want to share a bathroom with teenage girls. Thankfully, Doug agrees. Anyway, at that point we will renovate the entire second floor, and see what we can do about making Kyla’s room a bit bigger.

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Back to the demo. As I pulled down all the trim, I am proud to say I removed every single nail so that no one would get hurt. Not my family, and not the garbage collectors. I really don’t like tetanus shots.  *Though I am up to date, no renos without up to date tetanus shots folks!

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Now last night Doug took a look at the room. He didn’t like that the ceiling was sagging a next to the part I had removed. It had been that way since we moved in. When we had the leak after Sandy I had the roofer use the moisture reader over all the ceiling in both of the girls’ rooms. The only moisture was in the one spot, so there were not water worries about the sag, but Doug wanted it gone. So I got rid of it. Then I took a closer look. You see those lines I have put on the photo for you? Basically the entire ceiling from one end of the room to the other (all 7 feet of it) in between those lines is sagging. As far as I know (dangerous words) the best solution for this, mixing the less~than~a~decade lifespan of this reno, and doing things at least close to correctly, is to score those lines and remove all the plaster in between. Keeping a hammer and nails handy to reinforce any lathe that is coming loose so I don’t end up in an insulation shower. Than I can fill in the exposed part with drywall, fill in the seams with plaster, and plaster a light coat over the whole thing to even out the ceiling. Oh, first I would have to remove the ceiling fan base.

I’m going to talk to Doug about it tonight when he gets home. I don’t want to shock him.

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So I did manage to get all the trim down, and remove all the plates from the various outlets, phone jacks, and intercom. Oh, and I finally found a modernish renovation in the house that was done right! No, nothing in Kyla’s room, that was all a mess. There is a little breaker box in the hall closet upstairs. There 5 breakers, one each for the 3 bedrooms, the bathroom, and the closet. WOW! I was able to just flip the breaker for Kyla’s room and work with no electric in just that room. Of course as I go I will check each electric bit I need to work on before I start, just in case something is on another circuit.

I’m still not sure we are going to be able to finish this over the next week, but we will see.

I should have some more yarnie posts for you over the next few days. :)

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I know some of you out there love to have charts with your crochet patterns. This round up is just for you! It features nine free crochet patterns with charts. Enjoy!

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Here are the names and links of each pattern, along with a little something that each designer has to say about them.

1) Personalized Baby Afghan ~ by Kim Guzman
This afghan pattern is the most popular design on my website. It has been made hundreds of times by internet users just like you! Myself, I have crocheted it at least forty times for family and friends.

2) Crochet Pot Holders … 2 Free Crochet Potholder Patterns (also make great nonstick pan protectors!) ~ by Petals to Picots
I made some new crochet pot holders for my kitchen that match those pretty crochet edged tea towels that I shared with you recently. As you can see I stayed with my red and white color scheme too. I love the simple and classic design of these pot holders. And best of all … did you know you can even use them in between your nonstick pots and pans to protect them from getting scratched up?!

3) Holiday Headband – free crochet pattern ~ by Oombawka Design Crochet
Here is a simple and very quick headband to make – I’ve included instructions for all sizes – and you can use any embellishment you wish – I have used my Holiday Bow Pattern to embellish Darla’s as we still have a few Holiday parties to attend this year –

4) Magic Spike Mandala ~ by Moogly
Crochet mandalas are everywhere right now! They’re beautiful and fun to make, ranging from the sublimely simple to the excruciatingly complex. I was inspired to design my own, but I wanted it to have a practical purpose too. And a reader request for coasters and placemats was just the spark I needed! The Magic Spike Mandala was born!

5) Neon Dreams Infinity Scarf ~ by Moogly
The Neon Dreams Infinity Scarf is indeed the stuff dreams are made of. Dreams of bright, bold hues, ultra modern color blocking, super chunky scarves and cowls, and infinite possibilities!

6) Toddler Cardigan Charted Pattern ~ by My Hobby is Crochet
The Little Girl’s Cardigan with short sleeves it is one of my most popular designs. I have seen so many beautiful toddler cardigans made by fellow crocheters using this pattern! In one solidcolor, or using different colors for the yoke and body part, the crocheters had always great results.

7) Stars and Stripes Bunting ~ by Jessie At Home
Show off your patriotic pride with this quick and easy Stars and Stripes Bunting! The stars are motifs that can be made in a solid color; in a red, white, and blue variegated yarn; or you can even make each of the 3 rounds a different color: one red, one white, and one blue. The stripes come in at the ribbon holding the stars together. There is a video and a chart for the stars as well plenty of photos. Enjoy!

8) Heart Granny Square Crochet Pattern ~ by Petals to Picots
I’m a sucker for granny squares and can’t seem to stay away from them for very long. There is something about the this timeless and classic square that just draws me in. I thought it would be fun to have a heart granny square to include in some of my Valentine’s crafts. I worked up a bunch and finally got it the way I like. Here is my heart granny square crochet pattern to share with you all …

9) Faded Ripple ~ by Jessie At Home
This ripple pattern puts a new twist on a classic afghan crochet pattern. This stitch pattern works for afghans/throws, or wraps, or scarves, or a variety of other projects. Faded ripple is a great stitch to use with stripes, as it gives a pretty detail to color changes. It can be used with just about any size yarn and the coordinating hook. I do not recommend novelty yarns, as the textures of the yarn can make the stitches difficult or just take away from the look of the stitch pattern.

Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland over the last week!

25 Free Flower Crochet Patterns by Daisy Cottage Designs

25 Free Flower Crochet Patterns by Daisy Cottage Designs

Crochet Baby Blanket Round Up

Crochet Baby Blanket Round Up by Cre8tion Crochet

 

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That 70’s Flower
Crochet Pattern
Intermediate Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot

This funky flower is reminiscent of those great 70’s posters! It is actually created in the round, making all the petals at once, so it is really a flat circle. Then the border is put on to create the look of the petals. Use this flower as an applique on a hat, purse, jacket or other item. Attach it to a pin or hair clip or headband. There are so many possibilities!

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SKILL LEVEL:
Intermediate

YARN:
Tahki Cotton Classic yarn is used in the video, though you can use nearly any yarn and the hook to match.

TECHNIQUES & ABBREVIATIONS USED:
sl st ~ slip stitch
ch ~ chain
sc ~ single crochet
dc ~ double crochet
blo ~ back loop only
rnd ~ round
beg ~ beginning

HOOK:
4/E/3.50mm

VIDEO TUTORIAL:

Here is the swift and ball/cake winder I refer to in the video.

PATTERN:
Rnd 1: Ch 4, sl st to form a ring, ch 3 (counts as first dc), 11 dc in ring, sl st to top of beg ch 3. (12 dc)

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Rnd 2: Sl st in between the beginning ch 3 and the next dc, ch 3 (counts as first dc), 3 dc in same space, [skip 1 dc, 4 dc in between next 2 dc] 5 times, sl st to top of beg ch 3. (6 sets of 4 dc)

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Rnd 3: Sl st in next dc, sl st between 2nd and 3rd dc of 4 dc set, ch 3 (counts as first dc), 5 dc in same space, [6 dc in between 2nd and 3rd dc of next 4 dc set] 5 times, sl st to top of beg ch 3. (6 sets of 6 dc)

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Rnd 4: Sl st in each of next 2 dc, sl st between 3rd and 4th dc of 6 dc set, ch 3 (counts as first dc), 7 dc in same space, ch 1 [8 dc in between 3rd and 4th dc of 6 dc set, ch 1] 5 times, sl st to top of beg ch 3. (6 sets of 8 dc)

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Fasten off.

Border: Attach next color into one of the unworked dc from round 1, * ch 1, sl st between 4 sets, ch 1, sl st between 6 dc sets, ch 1, sl st over ch 1, sc in blo of next 2 dc, 2 sc in blo of each of next 4 dc, sc in blo of next 2 dc, sl st over ch 1, ch 1, sl st between 6 dc sets, ch 1, sl st between 4 sets, ch 1, sl st in unworked dc of round 1, rep from * 5 more times, sl st to beg of round.

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Fasten off.

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Here is a chart for you:

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And one more pictures of the flowers in use on two Be A Star childrens sun hats. I will link that pattern when it is up, which should be later this week.

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