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Amazing Crochet – Jewelry

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Crocheted jewelry is a beautiful way to wear your art! These examples are all made with crochet thread or similar materials, as well as beads, buttons, and other decorative items. Take a look at

Five Free Stitch Repeat Patterns

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This week, we are please to present five free stitch patterns, ranging in difficulty from Beginner to Intermediate. These stitch repeats can be worked with any size of yarn, but worsted weight yarn is a good

Crocodile Stitch – Free Crochet Pattern

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  The Crocodile Stitch is one of the most popular crochet trends right now! This fun stitch creates a wonderful texture – it’s named after the scales of a crocodile, but it can also

Lacy Bobbles Stitch – Free Crochet Pattern

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  The Lacy Bobbles Stitch Repeat creates a light and lacy fabric accented with the fun texture of the bobble stitches.     This stitch repeat can be worked with any size of yarn, but

Rickrack Stitch – Free Crochet Pattern

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  Rick Rack trim was very popular in the 70s and was used as trim on everything from clothing to curtains! This pattern mimics the popular zig-zag trim. You’ll need at least two different

Beachy Waves Stitch – Free Crochet Pattern

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  If you’re looking for a stitch pattern with multiple colors and great texture, look no further! The Beachy Waves stitch repeat uses front post treble crochets to create the waves. Because of this

Mosaic Plaid Ripple Stitch – Free Crochet Pattern

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  Ripple stitches are a staple in the crocheting world, but when a plain ripple just won’t do, try the Mosaic Plaid Ripple. This pattern is rated as an intermediate skill level, due to

Granny Squares Gone Wild

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A few weeks ago, we showed you some beautiful examples of crocheted pieces made of granny squares. Grannies often serve as a medium to use up scrap yarns, so they do have a tendency to look

Facebook Caption Contest Winners

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    If you follow us on Facebook, you probably know about our weekly caption contests. If you don’t follow us on Facebook, then you are missing out on cute pictures, new patterns, and

Five Free Flower Crochet Patterns

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      This week, we are pleased to offer five free flower patterns. Follow the links below to see the pattern for each project, along with the suggested materials and a video tutorial. Most of

Chrysanthemum – Free Crochet Pattern

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  Did you know Chrysanthemums are used in some insect repellents? A few bushes strategically placed around your garden or backyard may help control pests!     Chrysanthemums are another beautiful flower that come

Gerbera Daisy – Free Crochet Pattern

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  Gerbera Daisies are the fun little flower we know and love in so many more colors! You’ll mostly see reds, pink, oranges, and yellows naturally, but this flower looks great in any color!  

Orange & Yellow Daffodil – Free Crochet Pattern

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  Did you know daffodils come in a variety of colors, not just plain yellow? They can range from white to yellow to orange with multiple combinations of colors.     This daffodil pattern

Daffodil – Free Crochet Pattern

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  Daffodils have always been my personal signal for the beginning of spring. They tend to come a little early here in North Carolina and sometimes get a little frost nipped before they bloom,

Poinsettia – Free Crochet Pattern

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  Poinsettia are often associated with Fall and Christmas, but their beautiful red color can be enjoyed all year round with this Poinsettia pattern. Did you know that the “petals” of the Poinsettia are

Stash It Up 3: Yarn Storage Mid-Project

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A few weeks ago, we showed you some unique ideas on organizing your yarn stash. But how do you keep your yarn tangle free when you’re in the middle of a project? Here are

Seven Free Chain Necklace Patterns

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This week, we are pleased to offer seven free chain necklace patterns. All of these patterns are an easy skill level. For all but one necklace, you only need to know how to do the

Dash Chain Necklace Free Crochet Pattern

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  For a necklace that is sure to make a statement, try this Dash Necklace. It’s so thick, it could also double as a light scarf in colder months, especially if you drape it

City Life Loopy Necklace Free Crochet Pattern

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  This City Life Loopy Necklace spices up a regular chain necklace by adding loopy clusters. These clusters are made similarly to the way the ruffles on a ruffled scarf are made – watch

Starry Night Necklace Free Crochet Pattern

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  Every girl likes a little bit of sparkle, and this Starry Night Necklace delivers! Make it long enough to drape around two or even three times – probably 40″ to 60″.    

Starbella Lace Necklace Free Crochet Pattern

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  Chain necklaces are so easy to make, you can make one to go with every outfit. This Starbella Lace Necklace is the perfect accessory for any occasion!     The project was designed

Ribbons Necklace Free Crochet Pattern

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  The simplest stitch can create the most beautiful necklace if you just pick the right yarn.  This Ribbons Necklace is made with only chain stitches, but the choice of yarn creates a spectacular

Fabulous Necklace Free Crochet Pattern

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  This Fabulous Necklace is made from Mary Maxim’s Fabulous Sequins yarn, but that’s not the only reason it’s fabulous! You can use a large crochet hook for this project, such as a 12

City Life Necklace Free Crochet Pattern

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This City Life Necklace can be made as full or thin as you like. The necklace pictured above was made from a chain approximately 5 yards long then draped and tied into place. The fuller

Creative Wrapping and Gifts

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It may be August, but it’s never too early to start thinking of Christmas! Especially if you love to give handmade gifts, it’s a good idea to start early. Many of these fun ideas

Seven Free Crochet Stitch Patterns

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Enjoy the latest batch of free crochet patterns from Maggie’s Crochet!  This week, we are sharing seven stitch repeat tutorials. Each pattern will tell you what multiple of stitches are needed, so you can

Stitch Repeat Long Single Crochet – Free Crochet Pattern

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  Long Single Crochets (often abbreviated “long sc”) are a great way to add variety to your crocheted pieces. When a contrasting color is worked over a solid color, it creates a spike effect