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Anleitung - Box Stitch (mit herunterladbarem Diagramm und Photos) - Englisch

Anleitung - Box Stitch (mit herunterladbarem Diagramm und Photos) - Englisch

#Crochet_Tutorial - Crochet Edging on Fleece Blankets  -- great idea for holiday gifts or baby showers. from #KnittingGuru

Crochet Fleece Blankets

#Crochet_Tutorial - Crochet Edging on Fleece Blankets -- great idea for holiday gifts or baby showers. from #KnittingGuru

Crochet Headband with Interchangeable Flower (Crochet Creative Creations)

Crochet Headband with Interchangeable Flower (Crochet Creative Creations)

Crochet Pattern – Child Mermaid Tail I shared the pattern for the baby mermaid tail on the blog a few days ago and it has been received well. I shared a few photos on facebook and ever since …

Now not Free Crochet Pattern – Childs Mermaid Tail

Crochet Pattern – Child Mermaid Tail I shared the pattern for the baby mermaid tail on the blog a few days ago and it has been received well. I shared a few photos on facebook and ever since …

Gorgeous Dusty Snowflakes Throw - Free Crochet Pattern ❥Teresa Restegui http://www.pinterest.com/teretegui/❥

Gorgeous Dusty Snowflakes Throw - Free Crochet Pattern ❥Teresa Restegui http://www.pinterest.com/teretegui/❥

Stashbuster Granny Stripe Afghan By Amy Ramnarine - Free Crochet Pattern - (ravelry)

Stashbuster Granny Stripe Afghan By Amy Ramnarine - Free Crochet Pattern - (ravelry)

Anleitung Häkeltasche

Free crochet baby cardigan pattern

Anleitung Häkeltasche

crocodile stitch in a “flower” afghan block. It is usually worked in rows, not rounds, but the scales look so much like petals that using them in a flower seems an obvious step. This variation on the original stitch is my attempt at incorporating this popular motif into a square, worked-in-the-round afghan block. To me, it looks like a dinner-plate dahlia, just beginning to open, so that’s what I’m calling it – the Croco-Dahlia, however, the p...

crocodile stitch in a “flower” afghan block. It is usually worked in rows, not rounds, but the scales look so much like petals that using them in a flower seems an obvious step. This variation on the original stitch is my attempt at incorporating this popular motif into a square, worked-in-the-round afghan block. To me, it looks like a dinner-plate dahlia, just beginning to open, so that’s what I’m calling it – the Croco-Dahlia, however, the p...

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