If your daughter, niece, sister, or friend is anything like my daughter, they are in love with Disney's Frozen (and I just can't help but fall more in love with my daughter than when she puckers her lips to see The Snowman song -- so. cute.). What would be a better gift than their very own Frozen-inspired apparel or doll? Here is a list of my top 8 favorite Frozen free crochet patterns.
11 Free Crochet Pet Costume Patterns and Their Matching Master Counterparts!
I've heard many times throughout my years how dog owners and their dogs tend to look alike. In fact, I remember Disney's 101 Dalmatians pictorially commenting on the phenomenon in the opening credits. And, as of lately, NBC News and LiveScience have actually reported on studies that conclude that chosen purebred canines do tend to resemble their owners nearly two out of three times.
Why not take it to the next level by crocheting coordinating ensembles for Halloween?
Here are my top 11 favorite crochet pet costumes and their matching master counterparts!
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In celebration of my first "made-to-order" item, I am giving you the scarf pattern that I created for free!
It all started when....
I decided to make my mother-in-law a funky scarf for Christmas. After looking at many, many free scarf patterns, nothing was quite funky enough. So, I decided to create my own! Utilizing a lattice pattern that I have crocheted with before, I ornamented the design, and voila, created the Funky Lattice Scarf.
From what I hear, she wears it a lot. So much so that a teacher who works at her grandson's (my nephew's) school asked for one herself!
Here is the pattern. Hope you like it, too!
Funky Scarf Crochet Pattern
What You'll Need:
1 skein LionBrand Homespun Yarn in Edwardian, "A"
1 skeins LionBrand Homespun Yarn in Wisteria, "B"
2 skeins Red Heart Stellar in Quark, "C"
Scissors and Needle to weave in Ends
Hook Size I
Ch = chain
Tr = treble crochet
Sk = skip
St = stitch
With "A": First Ruffle
Rnd 1: Ch4, tr in same stitch as ch4, tr in each st until the last stitch, 2tr in last stitch, ch4, turn
Rnd2: Tr in same stitch as ch4, tr in each st until the last stitch, 2tr in last stitch, turn
Change to "B": Begin Lattice
Rnd3-8: Ch7, sk 3 st, tr in next st, *Ch4, sk 3 st, tr in next st* repeat ** to end stitch, Ch7, turn
Change to "A": End Ruffle
Rnd 9: Ch4, tr in same stitch as ch4, tr in each st until the last stitch, 2tr in last stitch, ch4, turn
Rnd10: Tr in same stitch as ch4, tr in each st until the last stitch, 2tr in last stitch
Fasten Off and Weave in Ends
Change to "C"
Join "C" to beginning stitch of Rnd 4 (second lattice made)
Rnd11: Ch4, tr in same stitch as ch4, *4tr in next lattice "space" (formed by previous sk stitches), ch2*, repeat until last stitch, tr in last stitch, fasten off and weave in ends
Join "C" to beginning stitch of Rnd 6 (fourth lattice made)
Rnd12: Ch4, tr in same stitch as ch4, *4tr in next lattice "space" (formed by previous sk stitches), ch2*, repeat until last stitch, tr in last stitch, fasten off and weave in ends
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Hi! My name is Nicole, and I'm a full-time wife and mother, and a part-time dental hygienist and crafter. Creativity runs in my blood, and after 30 (plus) years, I am finally devoting the time to realize my own artistic talent (and having so much fun in the process!). Want to know more? Click here!
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