Crochet Aloe Vera Pattern

How to crochet aloe vera free crochet aloe vera pattern

Crochet Materials

Crochet hook size 1.9

Yarn used: Moda Dea Vixen 100 % Nylon in Green, 100 % Acrylic in blue, 100 % Acrylic in purple.

Scissors

Sewing needle.

How to Crochet Aloe Vera Pattern

Begin Crochet Pot edge. With Green Moda Dea Vixen 100 % Nylon.

Row 1. 7 chainless sc. Turn. 

Row 2. *1 sc in 1st sc, 2 sc in next sc*, rep between ** to end. Turn. 

Row 3. 1 sc in each sc. Turn. 

Row 4. Sl st in 2 sc, 1 hdc in each sc to last 2 sc, sl st in next sc. Turn. 

Row 5. 1 hdc in 2 hdc, sl st in hdc until last 2 hdc, 2 hdc in last 2 hdc. Turn. 

Row 6. Sl st up to row 1. Continue across row 1 as follows: (Ch3, sl st in next st)  x 4. Fasten off. Fold piece sideways and stitch together. Hold the two pieces together at Row 6 and stitch them together. Now continue crochet beak. 

Pot.

With purple 100 % Acrylic yarn.

Row 1. 21 chainless sc. Turn. 

Row 2. 1 hdc in each sc to end. Turn. 

Row 3. 1 hdc in next 9 hdc, 3 hdc tog, 1 hdc in last 9 hdc. Turn. 

Row 4. 1 hdc inext 8 hdc, 3 hdc tog, 1 hdc in last 8 hdc. Turn. 

Row 5. 1 hdc in next 7 hdc, 3 hdc tog, 1 hdc in last 7 hdc. Turn. Stitch to Pot Edge.

Aloe Vera plant

Make 2

With Blue 100 % Acrylic yarn.

Row 1. 17 chainless sc. Turn.

Row 2. 1 sc in each sc to end. Turn.

Row 3. 1 sc in next 9 sc. Turn.

Row 4. Ch 14, turn, 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook, 1 sc in each ch to end, sl st to next sc, turn, 1 sc in 14 sc, sl st down 14 sts, ch 8. Do not turn.

Row 5. 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook, 1 sc in remaining chs, sl st in sc, 1 sc in each 9 sc to end. Turn.

Row 6. Sl st in 7 sc. Fasten off.

Place the two crochet aloe vera inside the crocheted pot.

Crochet Succulents

This crochet succulents, or Aloe Vera, was fun to make. I also like crochet flowers. You can check out my Crochet Flowers by clicking on the beautiful Rose below.

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Crochet Horse Sculpture

crochet horse sculpture

Get the Video tutorial how to Make this Crochet Horse on wire on my KNOTSOHOT Patreon page here.

crochet horse sculpture

Crochet materials

Crochet hook size 1.9 mm

Aluminium wire.

Copper wire (28 gauge).

Crochet yarn 100 % cotton in white for main body and black for eyes. 100 % acrylic curly brown yarn for mane and tail.

Sewing needle.

Craft plyers.

Back legs: Cut 30 cm (12 inches) two pieces of aluminium wire. Wrap 28 gauge copper wire at both ends to attach the two pieces of aluminium wire. Bend in half.

Front legs: Cut 25 cm (10 inches) two pieces of aluminium wire. Wrap 28 gauge copper wire at both ends to attach the two pieces of aluminium wire. Bend in half.

Main part of body: Cut 15 cm (6 inches) two pieces of aluminium wire. Attach the two pieces of aluminium wire to back and front legs about 1 cm apart.

Neck and Head (made in one): Cut 22 cm (8.5 inches) pieces of two aluminium wires to be neck and head. Attach at the front where the nose is with 28 gauge wire. Bend neck and ears and nose using plyers.

Separate face of horse and top of head with 28 gauge copper wire. Bend the aluminium wire on top of head to point up like ears.

Wire 100 cotton yarn around wires until they are all covered. make sure you do the ears individually. The ears are the only parts that are done individually.

Crochet horse before eyes, mane, and tail.

Crochet Back legs horse.

Begin crochet back legs with 23 scs around each legs, 3 scs between legs around where the body is attached to back legs. Turn.

Row 1. Crochet back with sc in 23 sc each leg inserting the hook in the first row of scs.

Row 2. Crochet sc in back legs and inserting the hook in the first row of scs.

Row 3. Scs in scs inserting the hook in the last row of scs (row 2).

Row 4-5. Scs in scs inserting the hook in scs row 4.

Row 6. Sc in 23 sc, 2 sc in next 3 scs, sc in 23 sc inserting the hook in the last row of scs (row 5)

Row 7. Sc in sc, inserting hook in sc row 6.

Row 8. Sc in 23 sc, (2 sc in sc, sc in next sc) x 3, sc in 23 sc, inserting hook in the last row of sc (row 7).

Begin shaping back legs.

Row 9. Sl st in next 10 sc, (2 sc in sc, sc in next sc), 2 sc in next sc, sl st in last 10 sc, inserting hook in last row 8.

Row 10. Sl st in sl st, sc in sc, sl st in sl st, inserting hook in last row 9.

Row 11-12. Sl st in sl st, sc in sc, sl st in sl st inserting hook into row 10.

Row 13. Sl st in sl st, sc in 13 sc, (2 sc tog) until last 13 sc, sc in last 13 sc, sl st in sl st, inserting hook into row 10. Fasten off.

Row 14. Reattach yarn in 1st sc, hdc in sc, insert hook in last row 13. Turn.

Row 15. Hdc in hdc, insert hook in row 13. Fasten off. Fold in half and fill in stuffing. Stitch edges together using a sewing needle.

Crochet body horse.

23 sc around body.

Row 1. Sc in sc.

Row 2. Hdc in sc. Turn.

Row 3-7. Hdc in hdc. Turn.

Begin shaping back.

Row 8. Hdc in next 17 hdc, 2 hdc in next 6 hdc. Turn.

Row 9. Hdc in hdc. Turn.

Row 10. Hdc in next 17 hdc, (2 hdc tog, hdc in next hdc) x 6. Turn.

Row 11 – 12. Hdc in hdc. Turn. Fasten off.

Roll piece around body, fill in with stuffing, stitch side underneath body using a sewing needle, sew back end of body to middle of back legs. Leave front open for now.

Crochet front legs horse.

Begin upper leg and crochet 22 sc down the leg, turn, sc in 22 sc, sl st across front of body, 22 sc down other front leg, turn, sc in 22 sc.

Row 1. Sc in sc, turn, sc in sc, sl st in sl st across front of body, sc in sc, turn, sc in sc. Turn.

Crochet down one leg at a time.

Row 2 – 4. Sc in sc. Turn.

Row 5. Sl st in next 9 sc, sc in next 7 sc, 2 sc in next 6 sc. Turn.

Row 6. Sc in sc (do not sl st in sl st). Turn.

Row 7-8. Sc in sc. Turn.

Row 9. Sl st in next 7 sc, sc in sc. Turn.

Row 10. Sc in sc (do not sl st in sl st). Turn.

Row 11. Sl st in 6 sl st, sc in remaining sc. Fasten off. Fold piece in half and stitch side together with a sewing needle. Fill in craft filling. Stitch openings together, note that the top opening is stitched to top back of the horse to give the impression that horse is one piece, not separate pieces.

Repeat process the other leg.

Crochet head horse.

Begin with head. Sc up head, split up the ear and half down neck, continue up other side neck and ear, and sc around sc down head. Turn.

Row 1. Sc around sc up head, sc in sc ear, 3-ch picot in same sc, sc in next sc, sc around one side of neck and continue sc down the rest of neck, turn, sc up neck and up other side of neck, sc in ear, 3-ch picot in same sc, sc half down head. Turn.

Begin shaping head.

Row 2. Sc around head up to ear. Turn.

Row 3. Sc in sc to beg of row 2.

Row 4. Sc in sc to last 3 sc before ears, sl st in next sc. Turn.

Row 5. Sc in sc to last sc, sl st in next sc. Fasten off.

Begin crochet neck.

Row 1. 18 Sc down neck, turn, sc in sc to end. Turn.

Row 2- 7. Sc in sc to end. Turn.

Row 8. Sc in next 12 sc, 2 sc in next 6 sc. Turn.

Row 9 – 10. Sc in sc to end. Turn.

Row 11. (Sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc) x 6, sc in remaining sc to end. Turn.

Row 12. Sc in sc. Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Fold in half, stitch edges together with a sewing needle and fill in the craft stuffing.

Attach mane and tale with sl st using brown curly yarn.

Use black yarn and stitch eyes with a sewing needle.

The best thing about this crochet horse is that it can be shaped into all different poses which creates a very unique look.

Crochet Leaf Pattern

crochet leaf pattern

Materials:

A Cell Phone (Yes, You will use your phone as a Broomstick)

Crochet hook size 3.0

Yarn: Acrylic Green 4 ply

Sewing Needle

Scissors

How to Crochet Leaf using Broomstick Technique

This pattern uses US stitch abbreviation.

In this pattern, you will use Broomstick Crochet Technique. I used my phone as a Broomstick to get large loops.

Step 1. Ch 50. Pull 1 loop through each chain around your cell phone.

Step 2. 5 loops tog with 5 sc, ch 5, repeat this to the end. Turn.

Step 3. Crochet as follows: *Sc + 3-ch picot in sc, sc in next sc, sc + 3-ch picot in sc, sc in next sc, sc + 3-ch picot in sc, 7 hdc in 5-ch sp*, repeat between ** to end.

Step 4. Fold middle together and crochet in middle scs tog with sc. Turn.

Step 5. *Sc in sc, sc + 3-ch picot in next sc*, repeat between ** to end. Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Crochet Leaf Motif.

This crochet leaf motif can be used as a crochet motif in a dress, shirt, skirt, you name it.

Crochet Butterfly Sculpture

Crochet Butterfly sculpture amigurumi pattern
Crochet Butterfly sculpture amigurumi pattern

Crochet Butterfly Materials

Aluminium wire.

28 gauge copper wire.

Crochet hook size 3.0 mm and 1.25 mm.

Crochet yarn 100 % cotton in white, red, and black. 100 % chunky yarn in Green and Orange.

Sewing needle.

This pattern uses 4 cords of aluminium wire.

Crochet Stitches

Chain (Ch)

Slip stitch (Sl st)

Single Crochet (Sc)

Chain space (Ch sp)

Crochet Butterfly Gangsta Style ~ Step by Step

This pattern uses US stitch abbreviation.

Wire Wings. Make 4. Two small and two larger wings.

2 x 18 inches (45 cm) aluminium wire are used to create wings. Make two loops per cord, one small and one big, and secure by wrapping the cords around itself. Wrap yarn around both loops and wire between loops. Fasten off. Reattach yarn with sl st in cord between loops, crochet towards large loop with 3 sc in cord between loops, 34 sc around the cord on large loop. Continue crochet around same loop like this: (ch 3, sk 1 sc, sl st in next sc) x 17, sl st in 1st ch 3-sp, continue a 3rd round, (ch 3, sc in next 3-ch sp), sl st in 1st 3-ch sp, sc in 1st sc on cord between loops, 4 dc in next sc, sc in next sc, 26 sc around cord small loop, continue a crochet around same loop like this: (ch 3, sk 1 sc, sl st in next sc) x 13, sl st in 1st ch 3-sp, continue a 3rd round, (ch 3, sc in next 3-ch sp), sl st in 1st 3-ch sp. Fasten off.

Crochet netting inside the wing.

Small wing. Use crochet hook size 1.25 mm. Insert hook in yarn where it was wrapped around the wire. Continue as follows: 28 sc, sl st in 1st sc, (ch 3, sk 2 sc, sl st in next sc) x 9, sl st in 1st ch-3-sp. Continue crochet ch 3, sl st in next ch-3-sp another 4 rounds, sl st in next ch-3-sp. Round 5: Ch 2, sl st in next ch-3-sp, continue all around, sl st in 1st ch-3-sp. Round 6: sl st in each ch-2-sp. Round 7. Ch 7, sl st in sl st directly across.

Large wing. Use crochet hook size 1.25. Insert hook in yarn where it was wrapped around the wire. Continue as follows: 37 sc, sl st in 1st sc, (ch 3, sk 2 sc, sl st in next sc) x 12, sl st in 1st ch-3-sp. Continue crochet ch 3, sl st in next ch-3-sp another 5 rounds, sl st in next ch-3-sp. Round 6: Ch 2, sl st in next ch-3-sp, continue all around, sl st in 1st ch-3-sp. Round 7. Ch 1, sl st in ch-2-sp all around, sl st in 1st ch-2-sp. Round 8. Sl st in each ch-1-sp. Round 9. Ch 2, sl st in sl st directly across.

Twist wings in the way that the two upper small wings are turned facing down. Fold the two upper small wings over the larger wings. With small wings in front of larger wings, stitch to back of the main body.

Wireframe butterfly legs and body. 

Legs. 2 x 7 inches (18 cm) aluminium wire. Wrap around top part and bottom part of body (see image) and secure with 28 gauge copper wire. Wrap yarn around legs.

For the main body, use 2 x 7 inches (18 cm) aluminium wire, next to each other. Attach with 28 gauge copper wire and wrap this wire around the top (about 3 cm down) and bottom (about 2 cm above end) of Aluminium wire. Turn the tip of aluminium wire into a loop to create antennas. Wrap yarn around the main body.

For the legs, use 2 x 5.5 inches (14 cm) aluminium wire and wrap around the body as the picture above shows. Wrap 28 gauge copper wire around legs to tie the legs together. Wrap yarn around legs.

Begin Begin crochet single crochet up the body beginning from bottom of the butterfly. Sc up one leg. Turn, sc in sc down leg, sc up other leg, sc in sc down leg, sc up body, sc up top leg, sc in sc down leg, sc up other leg, sc in sc down leg, sc up body, sc up antenna, sc in sc down antenna, sc up other antenna, sc in sc down antenna, sc in sc down body to legs. Crochet back up the body of the butterfly as follows: Ch 5, sk 1 sc, sl st in next sc. Continue all the way up. Turn. Sc other side of body down butterfly, turn, sc in sc up the butterfly, turn, ch 5, sk 1 sc, sl st in next sc. Fasten off.

Crochet butterfly Nose.

Ch 2, turn, 2 sc in 2nd ch from hook. Sl st in work until you have a round ‘ball’. Sl st to face.

Eyes. 

Wrap black yarn around top of antennas, end of arms, legs, and bottom of body.

Use black yarn and a sewing needle and sl st eyes on butterfly. Thread a white string of yarn across the ‘eyes’ to give the impression of white in eye. 🙂

Decorate Crochet Butterfly with chunky yarn.

Use chunky yarn in bright colors. In this example, I am using 100 % Acrylic chunky yarn in bright green and bright orange. Thread through ch sps on wings and down side of butterfly. Use green yarn on small wings and orange yarn on big wings. Tie yarn together at bottom side of the butterfly. Tie orange yarn around antennas to give the crochet butterfly a gangster look! 😀

Every day, crochet gives my life meaning. I love nature and I love to crochet. 🙂 In the picture above, I am crocheting in the Mount Tambourine waterfalls.

Crochet Butterfly Decoration

Make your own Crochet Butterfly 🙂 Use your scrap yarn and make your own version of this pattern.

Crochet doll free amigurumi pattern

free crochet doll pattern doll crochet pattern free

Doll Quiz: Do you know what Barbie’s full name is?

Scroll down to the bottom of this pattern to find out.

Crochet Materials:

Crochet hook size 1.9 mm

Yarn: 100 % acrylic in dark blue, dark glittery blue, navy blue, red, multicolored feathery yarn, light yellow, feather yarn in red, 100 % cotton in light blue.

28 gauge aluminium wire.

Wire cutters.

Sewing needle.

Craft stuffing.

Scissors.

Crochet Doll Pattern piece by piece.

Feet (with blue yarn).

(make 4)

Row 1. Ch 5, turn, 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook, 1 sc in next 2 sc, 5 hdc in last sc, cont crochet unerneath with 1 sc in each sc to end, end with 1 sc in turning ch.

Row 2. 1 sc in next 3 sc, (1 hdc, 1 dc, 1 tr, 1 dc) x 3 in next 3 sts, 1 sc in each sc to end.

Legs (with sparkly blue yarn):

Make 2. Crochet a 37 chainless single crochet cord. Turn. 1 sc in each sc to end. Cut a 28 gauge aluminium wire in the same length as the crochet legs. Stitch the legs around the aluminium wire so that the leg is bendable. Stitch the foot to the leg.

Hands (with blue yarn)

(make 4)

Row 1. Ch 3, turn, 1 hdc in 2nd ch from hook, 1 sl st in same ch, turn, ch 2, sl st in sl st, 1 sc in hdc, (ch 2, 1 sc in hdc) x 3, 2 sc around unworked ch from ch 3. Stitch 2 and 2 together.

Arms: (with sparkly blue yarn):

Make 2. Crochet a 15 chainless single crochet cord. Turn. 1 sc in each sc to end. Cut a 28 gauge aluminium wire in the same length as the crochet arms. Stitch the arms around the aluminium wire so that the leg is bendable. Stitch the hand to the leg.

Head (with blue yarn)

Ch 3, turn, 4 hdc around 3-ch card, cont. crochet underneath: 1 hdc in each 4 hdc. Continue crochet 2 hdc in each 8 hdc, sl st in 1st hdc, 1 hdc in same hdc, 1 hdc in every sts around.

Face (with yellow yarn)

As head.

Stitch head and face together using a sewing needle.

Body (with sparkly blue yarn):

Round 1. Ch 2, turn, 10 hdc in 2nd ch from hook.

Round 2-4. 1 hdc in each hdc around.

Round 5. 2 hdc, 1 hdc in remaining hdc. Fill in stuffing.

Round 6. 1 hdc in hdc.

Round 7. 2 hdc tog until hole is closed.

Stitch head to body. Stitch legs and arms to body.

Nose (same yarn as face)

4 chainless sc cord. Turn. 1 sc in each sc to end. Use a sewing needle and stitch into a ball. Attach to middle of face.

Ears (same yarn as face and nose)

Make 2. Ch 3, sl st in 1st ch. Stitch to side of face.

Eyes (with navy blue)

Make 2. Ch 2, turn, 2 sc in 2nd ch from hook. Stitch into a ball using a sewing needle. Attach to face just above nose and eyes close together. Use a string of white yarn through the navy blue to give the effect of shine in eye.

Leg warmers (use multicolored yarn)

Make 2. 5 chainless sc cord, turn, 1 sc in each sc to end. Stitch around each ankle.

Wings (use light blue yarn in 100 % cotton):

Row 1. 14 chainless single crochet cord, turn.

Row 2. 1 sc in next 13 sc. Turn.

Row 3. Sl st in next 2 sc, 1 sc in remaining sc. Turn.

Row 4. *1 hdc in next sc, 3 dc in next sc*, rep between ** 4 times, sl st in next st, 2 sts tog with sl st. Turn.

Row 5. Skip next st, sl st in next 2 sts, 1 sc in next st, 1 hdc in next st, 1 dc in next st, 1 tr in next st, 5 dtr in next st. Turn.

Row 6. 3-ch picot in last dtr, sc in same dtr, sc in each st to end (included sl st). Fold the opening sides together and stitch together using a sewing needle. Attach to the back of doll.

At last but not least, use a sewing needle and feathery red yarn and stitch on the hair.

Answer to the Bribie quiz: Barbara Millicent Roberts. Her parents’ names are George and Margaret Roberts and they live in a town called Willows in Wisconsin. :)

I hope you have lots of fun making the doll. Please share on social media and bookmark this site.

Crochet Beach Sandals

Crochet Beach Sandals

Imagine walking down the beach wearing these. :)

Crochet Beach Sandals

This crochet pattern uses the Hairpin Lace Jewelry pattern for its main sandal part. Click on link or image to get this full pattern.

crochet hairpin motif jewelry

The next part is the Sandal Straps or Cord. It is made using Chainless single crochet cord. The pattern below explains all.

Crochet chainless single crochet cord

How to do the bullion block stitch: Ch 3, yo and insert hook around ch 3, pull through yarn so you have 3 loops on hook, repeat 3 more times, yo and pull through all loops on hook, sl st in same st as ch 3. 

149 chainless sc cord. This video explains how you can crochet a chainless single crochet cord.

*1 bullion block st, 1 hdc in next 2 sc*, rep to end, end with 1 bullion block st in last sc. Attach to Sandal as follow. Stitch bullion block number 65 in corner bullion of sandal. Skip 19 bullion block stitches on cord. Stitch next bullion block stitch after you skipped 19 bullion block stitches to the other corner bullion block stitch of sandal. Slip your foot into the opening and weave your toes into the opening in the front of the sandal. Use the cord to tie around your foot. This pattern uses a lot of Bullion block stitches.

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