are you ready for some small projects?
i was and so between crocheting baby things and my everyday life, i tried a few patterns.
you can see the results, which one is your favorite? all six are free patterns, just click on the links:)
i used leftover yarn, catania and phildar crochet 3 with a crochet hook size 3.5 mm.
love this square!
i think i have done something wrong, because the square was going wavy and therefore i have slightly adjusted the outer row:
in the corners 2 dc, 1ch, 2dc and between the corners, 1 ch, 2dc.
the original the ‘homely blanket’ quest – square 16 looks great, so blocking might also have fixed the problem 😉
the square of the vintage pattern for a blanket is almost the same as the square that i used for the festive blanket.
only the outer row is slightly different.
take a look at this vintage pattern for the victorian lace afghan, it is very beautiful!
this pretty doily i think is my favorite, it is actually referred to as a christmas coaster.
it is free vintage crochet pattern.
this is the square that i have used for my apricot bag, i just wanted to crochet it again.
this time with several rows of double crochets around it.
these are the first 4 rows of a pattern for a vintage table runner. i like the floral motif but the runner is a little too curly for me.
honestly, this hexagon is not my favorite, it looks like a job for years to make the vintage calico crochet bedspread.
if you like hexagons i think the pattern is worth to try.
just finished this motif which is part of an edging pattern. i have only added a row of single crochets, 7 sc in each space of the outer row.
don’t they look like siblings?
hope you enjoy this small overview!
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have a lovely weekend!