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Lion Brand 24/7 Yarn Review

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Lion Brand 247 yarn review from Jessie At Home

Today I have a review of another item that all attendees of Yarn and Wine 2016 will be taking home. Lion Brand 24/7 cotton yarn.

24/7 Cotton is a worsted-weight, mercerized 100% natural fiber yarn. The mercerization process gives the yarn incredible color and sheen which will last through multiple wash cycles. Choose from a variety of 24 colors, which will be perfect for making fashion garments, home décor, bath and kitchen accessories, and items for babies and children. 

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Nettie’s Super Simple Tube Wrap

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Nettie's Super Simple Tube Wrap - free crochet pattern by Jessie At Home

Nettie’s Super Simple Tube Wrap
Crochet Pattern
Easy Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot

The second in the Nettie’s Super Simple series, this tube wrap is so impressive you won’t believe how easy it is! Made with 2 strands of Lion Brand Heartland, the color changes melt into each other to create a stunning gradient. I’ve made a video to help with this stitch pattern. I have also included links to video tutorials for the chain stitch and the slip stitch (which is just making a chain st into another st) so even a beginner can make this wrap. Enjoy!!

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Nettie’s Super Simple Cowl

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Nettie's Super Simple Cowl - free crochet pattern by Jessie At Home

Nettie’s Super Simple Cowl
Crochet Pattern
Easy Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot

If you can crochet a chain, you can make Nettie’s Super Simple Cowl!! All you need is one skein of Lion Brand Landscapes Yarn in Tropics, a J (6.00 mm) crochet hook, and yarn needle to weave in the two ends, and one evening; because not only is this cowl super simple, it’s super fast, too! That means it’s not too late to whip up a few for last minute gifts!! Nettie’s Cowl can be worn in several different ways, and adding a shawl pin or clip to it increases the ways it can be worn. I have also included links to video tutorials for the chain stitch and the slip stitch (which is just making a chain st into another st) so even a beginner can make this cowl. Enjoy!!

*** Guess what?! I’ve made a video to help with this stitch pattern. Find it here.

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Flame Square ~ free crochet pattern

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Flame Square - free crochet pattern by Jessie At Home

Flame Square
Crochet Pattern
Intermediate Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot

The Flame Square is full of post stitches and awesome texture! Grab your “I” hook and Vanna’s choice yarn in these firey colors and create this bright square for yourself. This square would also look wonderful in one solid color. Make several in each of 3 or 4 neutral colors and join them into a unisex blanket sure to wrap anyone in love! I have included a link for a post st tutorial (along with links for tutorials for most of the other sts) and a chart to help you along.

Le patron est disponible en français, merci à Véronique Malanda Mavouala! Cliquez ici pour voir la version PDF.

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Crochet Cables Pattern Round Up

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Sometimes I get on kicks with my crochet, and currently I’m on a cable kick. I just love the texture and fun designs they create. There are several ways to make crochet cables, the most common of which is post stitch cables. Once you get the idea of how to make them down, they’re actually pretty easy! If you need a little help, here is a tutorial on crochet post stitch cables.

Now here is a collection of crochet patterns that feature cables which I have put together for you. Enjoy!!

Crochet Cables Collage

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Two Ways Drink Cozy

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Two Ways Drink Cozy ~ Free Knit Pattern by Jessie At Home

Two Ways Drink Cozy
Knit Pattern
Intermediate Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot

Drink cozies are awesome in the summer! They catch the condensation, keep you from freezing your hand on your cold drink, keep your drink cold, and act as a traveling coaster for your gatherings. These knit can or bottle cozies can also be made in a variety of colors or stripes so that no one wonders who’s drink is who’s. This is a double pattern, one worked in garter stitch, and one in stockinette stitch. The Two Ways Drink Cozy pattern is part of my Patriotic Party KAL.

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Crochet Patriotic Placemat

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Patriotic Placemat ~ free crochet pattern from Jessie At Home

Crochet Patriotic Placemat
Crochet Pattern
Easy/Intermediate Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot

I love the look of the blue triangle and diagonal red and white stripes to represent the flag. It works so well for a placemat, and there is no worry of being disrespectful to the flag this way. I made a similar knit pattern a while back, and had quite a few requests for a crochet version. I had to find just the right stitch for it, and the linen stitch fit the bill. I have also included a chart of a mini version of the pattern which should help out with those of you who are more visual. This pattern is part of the Jessie At Home Patriotic CAL/KAL.

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