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Free Crocodile Stitch Baby Blanket Pattern

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Designed specially for the Bernat Blog, this sweet baby blanket will make the most perfect and unique baby gift for the new mom in your life.  Pattern is listed below. Measurement: Approx 35″ [89 cm] square. Materials: 7 Balls Bernat Softee Baby in Mint Colorway Size 5.5 mm (U.S. I or 9) crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge. Optional: 7 yds [6.5 m] of contrast color satin ribbon 3/8″ [9 mm] wide. Guage: 6 V-sts and 8 rows = 4″ [10 cm] Pattern: Ch 124. 1st row: (WS). (1 dc. Ch 1. 1 dc) in 7th ch from...

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Free Puffy Heart Pattern

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This versatile crochet pattern is so cute and so fast you’ll be able to hook it up in just a few minutes. This can be made as a lariat but don’t stop there. You can use this to make a cute wall decoration for Valentine’s day, add an extra special touch to gift wrapping, or add it to another handmade garment. This is one of the quickest and best stash busting patterns you’ll ever come across. Pattern is listed below. Materials: This project can be worked in any yarn weight. Gauge is not crucial. Crochet hook size of your preference....

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Free Crocodile Stitch Flower Pattern

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We designed this free Crocodile Stitch Flower to help give a little extra pop to accessories, home decor, and even gift wrappings. You can make these in all the colors of the rainbow and hang them up from a string for a sweet banner decoration. Or whip one of these up and attach them to the top of a specially wrapped. You can even add one to a cute hat for a little splash of color and style. This is one of the quickest and best stash busting patterns you’ll ever come across. Pattern is listed below. Materials: Small amount...

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Blocking Techniques

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  Your work probably looks good just off from the hook, but it’s not finished until it has been blocked. That’s the truth. Have you ever heard about blocking? Do you know how to block your work? Most don’t know what it is or how to do it, and that’s why I’ve been asked to provide information.   Not every yarn, or thread, is suitable for blocking, but most are. In the case of acrylic yarn it remains in its straight format long after you have crocheted it into many different twists, bends and angles. In my opinion, and in...

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