Friday, June 23, 2017

Free Crochet Pattern...Donut Scrubby!



Donuts...yay! These fun donut scrubbies are super simple to make and perfect for both bath and kitchen! Work a few up to make a set for your home and they also make great gifts too!

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Donut Scrubby
By Jennifer Dickerson

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Materials:
  • 5.5 mm I crochet hook
  • 2 colors of Scrubby Cotton from Red Heart (I used "Tan" and "Tulip Pink" for the pink frosting, "Lemony" for the yellow frosting (featured in the video tutorial), and "Caribbean" for the blue frosting. I also used all three frosting colors for the sprinkles too.
  • Tapestry Needle
  • Scissors

Sizing:
  • 6 inches across

Abbreviations and Tutorial Links:


Instructions for donut bottom (worked in tan):

Ch 10, join in the chain furthest from the hook with a slip stitch to create a circle
Note: If you prefer to use the Magic Ring technique, please feel free to do this instead.
Round 1: ch 4, then work 32 treble crochet into the center of the ring. Join with a sl st to close the round.
Round 2: ch 4, work a tr in the first space, then 2 tr in each space around. Join with a sl st to close the round.
To make a hanging loop, ch 8 then work a slip stitch into the stitch at the base of the chain.
Fasten off and weave in any ends that remain.

Instructions for donut icing top (worked in blue or pink):

Ch 12, join in the chain furthest from the hook with a slip stitch to create a circle.
Note: If you prefer to use the Magic Ring technique, please feel free to do this instead.
Round 1: ch 3, then work 32 dc into the center of the ring. Join with a sl st to close the round.
Round 2: ch 3, work a dc in the first space, then 2 dc in each space around. Join with a sl st to close the round.
Fasten off and weave in any ends that remain.

Assembly & Finishing:

Add sprinkles with different colors of yarn with a tapestry needle using the running stitch.  Try to make them go in different directions and make them look as random as possible for a more realistic look.  Sandwich both layers together and sew layers together using a matching piece of icing yarn.  Weave in any ends that remain.


© Jennifer Dickerson 2017

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Friday, June 9, 2017

Free Crochet Pattern...Briar Rose Blanket!


The Briar Rose Blanket is a gorgeous lacy blanket that is easy to stitch up. Tonal ombre yarn shows off the stitches beautifully and allows for gradient color changes without having to use different balls of yarn. I made mine in a baby size, but the blanket is easy to customize the size. Check out the instructions for multiples and the chart below to get the exact size you need!

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Briar Rose Blanket
By Jennifer Dickerson

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Materials:
  • 6.0 mm J crochet hook
  • 2 balls of Super Saver Ombre from Red Heart (I used the "Anemone" colorway)
  • Tapestry Needle
  • Scissors

Learn more about Super Saver Ombre Here:



Sizing:
  • 36 inches tall
  • 36 inches wide

For more blanket sizing, check out the chart below. You can adjust the multiples to get desired width in the pattern below. To make the blanket taller, simply work more rows of the pattern.


Abbreviations and Tutorial Links:


Instructions:

Ch 107 (multiple of 4+3)
Row 1: In the 5th ch from the hook work (2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc). *Skip 3 chains and in the chain after that, work (2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc), repeat from * across until 2 chains remain.  Skip a ch, then in the last ch, work 1 dc.
Row 2: Ch 3 and turn. Work (2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc) in each ch 1 space from the previous row (center of each fan). Work 1 dc into the turning chain space.
Repeat row 2 until the blanket is about 36 inches tall or desired height. Fasten off and weave in any ends that remain.


© Jennifer Dickerson 2017

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Friday, June 2, 2017

Free Crochet Pattern...Color Pop Tote!


The Color Pop Tote is a fun and colorful tote that is a breeze to stitch up.  Popular cake yarn gives the bag a super cute color block effect, but you can easily use any yarn you like too.  

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Color Pop Tote
By Jennifer Dickerson

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Materials:
  • 6.0 mm J crochet hook
  • 1 Bernat Pop! Yarn Cake, 280 yards ( I used the "Paisley Pop" colorway)
  • Tapestry Needle
  • Scissors

Learn more about Bernat Pop! yarn here:


Sizing:
  • 13 inches tall
  • 11 inches wide
  • 40 inch long strap (but can be customized to any length you like)

Abbreviations and Tutorial Links:


Instructions:

Ch 70 (you can adjust the chains to make it narrower or wider if you like, just make sure it is an even number)

Round 1: ch 2, Work a hdc in the first ch and in each ch around.

Round 2: ch 2 then work a hdc in each st. Join with a sl st to close the round.
Repeat round 2 for three inches or until desired height.

Round 3: Ch 4 (counts as a dc, ch 1). Skip that very first stitch, then work a (dc, ch 1). *Skip the next st and in the next st work a (dc, ch 1). Repeat from * to the end of the round. Join with a sl st to close the round.

Round 4: Ch 4 (counts as a dc, ch 1). Work a (dc, ch 1) in the first st and in each st around. Join with a sl st to close the round. Repeat round 4/mesh portion for eight inches or until desired height.

Round 5: ch 2, *Work a hdc in the first ch 1 space, then work a hdc into the next st. Repeat from * to the end of the round. Join with a sl st to close the round.

Round 6: ch 2 then work a hdc in each st. Join with a sl st to close the round.
Repeat round 6 for three inches or until desired height, do not fasten off yarn yet and move onto the handle/strap portion below.

To work the handle, work a hdc in each of the next 8 stitches. Ch 1 and turn. Work a hdc in each stitch across. Repeat this row until handle/strap is as long as you'd like it to be. (I made mine extra long (40 inches) to make mine a "crossbody" style, but you can make it shorter for a shoulder bag style if you want.

Fasten off, leaving a long tail. With a tapestry needle, sew handle to opposite top side of bag with the whip stitch. Turn bag inside out and seam the bottom of the bag closed with a whip stitch. Turn bag right side out and weave in any ends that remain.


© Jennifer Dickerson 2017

For more fun projects and pretty patterns, be sure to follow Fiber Flux on Google+FacebookTwitter, and Pinterest for the latest updates!

Gorgeous Tonal Merino Wool s at knitpicks.com (Affiliate links, enjoy these awesome products and thanks as always for your support!)
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