Flower Power Poncho

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Free Flower Poncho Crochet Pattern

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Skill level: Novice to intermediate

Crochet Materials:

Crochet steel hook: 5.50

100 % Wool

Crochet Instructions

Ch 71, join with a sl st to make a circle.

  1. Ch 3, 1 tr in next 34 ch, 3 tr in next ch (3tr-group), 1 tr in next 35 ch, sl st in ch 3.
  2. Ch 3, 1 tr in each tr to middle tr in 3tr-group, 1 tr in each tr to end, sl st in ch 3.
  3. Repeat row 2.
  4. Ch 51 (creating side-arm 1), 1 tr in 8th tr from middle tr in 3tr-group, 1 tr in every tr to middle tr in 3tr-group, 3 tr in middle tr, 1 tr in next 8 tr, ch 51 (creating side-arm 2), sl st in 1 tr before ch 51 (side-arm 1). Sl st in ch 1.
  5. Ch 3, 1 tr in next 23 ch, 3 tr in next ch, 1 tr in next 24 ch, 1 tr in next 4 tr, 3 tr in next tr, 1 tr in every tr to middle tr in 3tr-group, 3 tr in middle tr, 1 tr in next 4 tr, 3 tr in next tr, 1 tr in next 24 ch, 3 tr in next ch, 1 tr in next 24 ch. Turn.
  6. Ch 3, 1 tr in every tr until middle tr in 3tr-groups, 3 tr in middle trs, 1 tr in every tr to end. Turn.
  7. Ch 3, 1 tr in next 12 tr, 3 tr in next tr, 1 tr in every tr until middle tr in 3tr-group, 3 tr in middle tr, 1 tr in next 13 tr, 3 tr in next tr, 1 tr in every tr until middle tr in 3tr-group, 3 tr in middle tr, 1 tr until you are 12 tr on side-arm, 3 tr in next tr, 1 tr in every tr until middle tr in 3tr-group, 3 tr in middle tr, 1 tr in next 13 tr, 3 tr in next tr, 1 tr to end. Turn.
  8. Ch 3, 1 tr in each tr, 3 tr in middle tr of 3tr-group. Turn.
  9. Ch 1, 1 dc in every tr to middle tr in last 3tr-group on side-arm. Ch 6, sk 3 tr, 3 dtr in next tr, ch 3, sk 3 tr, 1 dc in next tr, *3 ch, sk 3 ch, in next tr, 3 ch, sk 3 tr 1 dc in next tr*, repeat between ** until first 3tr-group on side-arm, ch 6, 1 dc in middle tr, 1 dc in every tr to end. Turn.
  10. Ch 1, 1 dc in every dc, ch 3, sk 5 ch, 3 dtr in next ch, ch 3, 2 dtr on top of last dtr, sk (one 3-dtr group, 3 ch), *1 dc in 4th ch of 7-ch sp, ch 3, 2 dtr in dc just made, sk (3 ch, one dtr-group), 3 dtr in next ch, sk (2 ch, 1 dc, 2 ch), 3 dtr in next ch, ch 3, 2 dtr on top of last dtr, sk (one 3-dtr group, 3 ch)*, repeat between **ending with ch 3, 1 dc in every dc to end. Turn.
  11. Ch 1, 1 dc in every dc, ch 3, 2dtr on top of first dtr, *ch 3, sk 3 ch, 1 dc in next dc, ch 3, sk 3 ch, in next dtr*, repeat between **, ending with ch 3, 1 dc in every dc to end. Turn.
  12. Ch 1, 1 dc in every dc, ch 7, 2 dtr in 4th ch from hook, sk (3 ch, 3 dtr), 3 dtr in next ch, sk (2 ch, 1 dc, 2 ch), 3 dtr in next ch, 3 ch, 2 dtr on top of last dtr made, sk (one dtr-group, 3 ch), *1 dc in 4th ch of 7- ch sp, 3 ch, 2 dtr in same dc, (sk 3 ch, one dtr-group), 3 dtr in next ch, sk (2 ch, 1 dc, 2 ch), 3 dtr in next ch, 3 ch, 2 dtr in last dtr made, sk (one dtr-group, 3 ch)*, repeat between **, ending with 1 dtr in 3rd of ch 3, 1 dc in every dc to end. Turn.
  13. Ch 1, 1 dc in every dc, ch 3, sk first dtr-group, in next dtr, *ch 3, sk (3 ch, 3 x dtr-groups), 1 dc in next dc, ch 3, in same dc*, ending with 3 ch, 1 dc in every dc to end. Turn.
  14. Ch 3, 1 tr in every sts across. Turn.
  15. Ch 1, 1 dc in every tr on side arm, *1 tr in every tr until the 4th tr on the ch-7 bridge, 3 tr in 4th tr, ch 7, 3 tr in 4th tr in ch-7 bridge*,  repeat beteween ** across, 1 dc in every tr on side arm. Turn.
  16. Ch 1, *1 dc in every sts until 7 ch-sp, 1 sl st in next ch, ch 2, 1 tr in next 6 chs,*, repeat between ** across, 1 dc in every dc on side arm. Fasten off.

Bobble Stitch

bobble stitch

How to crochet Bobble stitches tutorial

Bobble stitches are made out of several Double crochet (US stitch abbreviation) or tall stitches joined both at the top and the bottom, often surrounded by shorter stitches, and worked on the wrong side.

bobble stitch

After crochet many tall stitches in same place insert hook as picture shows. This stitch is often then followed by a sl st or sc in next stitch to give bobble effect.

Free crochet pattern using Bobble crochet stitch

Mobile phone crochet purse.

This pattern uses US stitch abbreviation.

Material:

Crochet hook size 3.0.

100 % wool.

 crochet bobble stitch crochet pattern

Crochet purse instructions using bobble crochet stitches

Ch 23. Turn.

Row 1. 1 tr in 4 th ch from hook, 1 tr in every ch to end. Turn.

Row 2. Ch 2, *1 bobble st in next tr, dc in next tr*, repeat between ** to end. Turn.

Row 3. Ch 3, 1 tr in every st to end. Turn.

Row 4. Repeat row 2-3 until you have the desired length.

Row 5. Other side: Without cutting off the yarn; ch 23, 1 tr in 4th ch from hook and 1 tr in every ch to end. Turn.

Row 6. Repeat row 5 until same length as other side, connect to main piece with sl st every second row. Sl st other side. You can decorate with bobble stitches along side and use them as bottoms if you want to,

Row 7. Create handle; ch 25, crochet across the cord to other side. Sl st in main piece. Fasten off.

 

Puff Stitch

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How to Crochet Puff stitch tutorial

Puff stitches are made out of three or more half treble stitches joined both at the top and the bottom. Yo, insert the hook where you want the stitch to be, yo and draw through a loop, repeat the process until you have several loops on hook, yo and draw through all the loops.

puff stitch

Free crochet pattern using Puff Crochet stitch

puffstitch beani

Materials:

Crochet hook size 4.5

Wool of your choice.

Puff stitches are great to make beanies, mittens, scarves and shawls.

Vintage Crochet Pattern using Puff Crochet Stitch

Scottish pot holder vintage crochetA Scottie Pot-holder.

Materials :

White Enterprise Yarn and just a few yards of color (for eye and collar) will be needed for the holders.

This pattern uses US Stitch Abbreviation.
The Sleepy Time Scottie will need 60 to 75 yards more, of
White, for the inset piece.

Steel Crochet Hook No. I.
NOTE: Puff Stitch is a new stitch—there are new abbreviations
not commonly used in crocheting, in these instructions:—
for increases (inc.) make I sc, I dc in first st, to start puff row;
I dc, I sc, in last st to end a puff row. Also PUFF STITCH OR
PUFFS are indicated as PS.
Two sides will be needed for either the holders or the toy.
Starting at feet, with White ch 8, 7 sc on chain.
Row 2: Ch I, turn, sc in last sc, * 2 dc in next sc, holding final
loop of each dc on hook, thread over and pull through all three
loops at once. (I puff st (PS) made), sc in next sc, (pull it down
tight, to let the ps puff out on back of work) which will be the
right side. Repeat from * across (3 Ps).
Row 3: Ch I, turn, sc in first sc, (sc in ps, sc in next sc), repeat
across (7 sc). Repeat Row 2.
Row 5: C h I, turn, sc in first 6 sts, 2 sc in end sc.
Row 6: C h I, turn, sc, dc, (an inc.), in first sc, sc In next sc,
ps in next, repeat to end (3 ps and I inc.).
Row 7: Ch I, turn, sc in each st (9 sc). Repeat Row 2, (4 ps).
Break thread and make second piece to correspond, working
inc. at beginning of sc rows with ch 2, turn, sc In second st from
hook, sc In each st across. Then work puff row to within I st of
end, inc. in end st. Repeat last 2 rows of first foot (making Inc.
as before at opposite ends of row) then ch 7, si st to first sc in
puff Row 8 of first foot. Cut thread 2″ from work.

BODY: With right side up, attach thread to first sc of first foot,
ch I, sc In each st across, working over ends, covering them up
(25 sc In row).
Row 2: C h I, turn, ps across (12 ps). Repeat Rows I and 2
twice.
Row 7: C h I, turn, sc In first 23 sts.
Row 8: C h I, turn, work II ps in row. Repeat Row 7 (21 sc),
then Row 8(10 ps).
Row I I: Ch 2, turn, sk I st of 2-ch, sc in next 22 sts across.
Row 12: Ch I, turn, 10 ps across. Inc. In end sc.

TAIL: C h I, turn, sc in first 9 sts, ch I, turn, 4 ps in row. C h 2,
sk I st of 2-ch, sc in next 8 sts. Ch I, turn, 3 ps to end, inc. in
end st. C h I, turn, sc in first 7 sts. Ch I, turn, sk 2 sc (sc in
next, ps in next) repeat once, sc in end st. Ch I, turn, sc in
first 5 sts. Fasten off.
HEAD : Ch 12, II sc on ch. C h I, turn, 5 ps across. C h I, turn,
sc in each I I sts across. C h I, turn, 5 ps in row. Ch I, turn, sc
in each I I sts. C h I, turn, 5 ps In row. C h I, turn, sc In each
st to end. 2 sc In end st (12 sc). C h I, turn, inc. in first sc, (sc
in next, ps in next) repeat across (5 ps and I Inc.). C h I, turn,
sc in each st to end, 2 sc In end st (14 sc). C h I, turn, inc. in
first sc, sc In next, ps in next, sc in next, holding 2 loops of last
sc on hook, drop White on wrong side, draw loop of color
through 2 loops on hook, completing sc, work over starting end
of color and White, carrying it along, make I ps in color (for
eye), pick up White, draw through 2 loops of final sc, fasten off
color, and complete row of puffs in White. Ch I, turn, sc in
each st to end, 2 sc in end sc (16 sc). C h I, turn, inc. in first sc,
work in ps to end of row. Ch I, turn, sc in 17 sts. C h I, turn,
7 ps in row. Ch I, turn, sc in each st across. Fasten off.
Sew head to body as illustrated. Make second side to correspond,
BUT BE SURE TO MAKE INCREASES AND DECREASES
AT OPPOSITE ENDS OF EACH ROW , so that when wrong
sides of work are placed in position to sew together, they will
be alike and same size.
FOR HOLDER: Pad each half, then line with muslin. Press each
piece on wrong side. Place padded sides together, starting at
base of neck and stitch together around nose, head, and across
top of body and around to base of tail.
COLLAR : With color, ch 26, 25 sc on ch. Cut thread 6″ from
work, thread to needle, place around neck and sew ends together.
Sew bone ring to collar as illustrated.

Cluster Stitch

cluster stitch crochet cluster stitch

Cluster Stitch Crochet tutorial

Cluster stitches are worked as incomplete stitches, leaving increasing number of loops on the crochet hook. When the required number of loops are on hook, yo, and pull through all loops on hook. You can use either Single crochet stitches, double crochet stitches, or any crochet stitches when creating Cluster crochet stitches, depending on how you want your work to look like.

cluster crochet stitch cluster stitch tutorial

Sometimes cluster stitches are also joined at the bottom as picture below shows.

cluster crochet stitch cluster stitch tutorial

Free Pattern using Cluster Stitches

 

vintage baby jacket cluster stitch

Baby Jacket with bonnet. 

This pattern was originally published in yarncraft for tots and toddlers.

This pattern uses UK stitch abbreviation. To get the US version of this pattern click here.

Use crochet hook size 3.

100 % cotton yarn.

Ch 68, turn.

1st row: Draw last st of ch up to form a loop, the height of a tr, yo hook, insert hook in 1st st and draw yarn through, yo, insert hook in same st and draw yarn through, yo and draw through 4 loops, yo and draw through remaining 2 loops, * yo, insert hook in next st, draw yarn through, yo, insert hook in same st, draw yarn through, yo and draw through 4 loops, yo and draw through remaining 2 loops, repeat from * 10 times (12 clusters in front), ch 2, work 1 cluster in each of next 10 sts (sleeve), ch 2, work 1 cluster in each of next 12 sts, ch 2, 1 cluster in each of next 12 sts (back), ch 2, 1 cluster in each of next 10 sts (sleeve), ch 2, 1 cluster in each of last 12 sts (front), ch 1, turn, draw last ch up the height of a tr.

2nd row: A cluster in top of each of first 12 clus­ters, 1 cluster in ch 2 space, ch 2, 1 more cluster in same space, 1 cluster in each of next 10 clus­ters, 1 cluster in ch 2 space, ch 2, 1 more cluster in same space, 1 cluster in each of next 12 clus­ters, 1 cluster in ch 2 space, ch 2, 1 cluster in each of next 12 clusters, 1 cluster in ch 2 space, ch 2, 1 cluster in same space, 1 cluster in each of next 10 clusters, 1 cluster in ch 2 space, ch 2, 1 cluster in same space, 1 cluster in each of last 12 clusters, turn. Continue increasing 1 cluster in each front, 2 clusters in each sleeve and 4 clusters in the back until there are 4 rows in all worked with White, then tie in Pink and continue to increase in same way for 4 more rows.

9th row: Work to first increasing space, work 1 cluster in space, sk the 24 sleeve clusters, work 1 cluster in next space, continue across back in same way (working 2 clusters in space at center back), work 1 cluster in next space, sk the sleeve clusters, work 1 cluster in next space and continue across front.

Continue working for 9 more rows, increasing in center of back only. Fasten off.

Sleeves: Join yarn at underarm and work 7 rows of clusters, joining each row with slip st in first cluster. With White, work 3 rows of dc around lower edge of sleeve and around neck edge.

Shell Edge: With White, work a row of shells (ch 3, work 4 tr in same st, sk 2 or 3 sts on edge, slip st in next st) around entire jacket and cuffs, spacing evenly to lay flat. With Pink, cro­chet cord and run through DC at neck edge; fin­ish with White tassel at each end.

Bonnet

Ch 5, join with slip st in 1st st.

1st round: Ch 3, 19 tr in ring, join with slip st in 3rd st of ch 3.

2nd round: Ch 4, 1 tr in each tr, with ch 1 between trs, join with slip st in 3rd st of ch 4.

3rd round: 1 cluster in each tr, with ch 1 between clusters, join with slip st in tip of 1st cluster.

4th and 5th rounds: 1 dc in each st, working through back thread only.

6th round: 1 cluster in each st, join in tip of 1st clus­ter.

7th round: * Draw loop on hook out ½ inch, draw yarn through, making a ch st, insert hook between loop and single strand of this ch and work a dc, repeat from * again, sk 1 cluster, 1 dc in next cluster (knot stitch), repeat from star around, working half a knot stitch in last cluster, join with slip st in 1st knot stitch.

8th and 9th rounds: * 1 dc over double loop at right of 1st knot, 1 dc over double loop at left of knot, ch 2, repeat from * around.

10th round: Work a knot stitch in each dc, turning when within 3 inches of end of round. Work 2 rows dc, working back and forth. Continue working 1 row knot stitch and 2 rows dc until there are 4 rows of knot stitch on front of bonnet. Work 2 rows dc around entire bonnet edge.

Ruffle: With White, work 2 rows knot stitch into each dc of the 18th row. With Pink, work 1 dc in each knot st, with ch 2 between dcs. Fasten off.

Make 2 rosettes of satin ribbon, leaving 12 inches for ties and attach to each side of bonnet.

Picot Doily

picot doily

Free Vintage Picot Doily pattern

picot doily

Steel crochet hook No. 7

Crochet Cotton size 30

Ch 12, join with a sl st in ch 1 to form a ring.

1. Ch 4 (counts as 1 tr), 31 tr in ring, sl st in 4th ch of ch4. 32 tr all up.

2. *Ch 7, sk next tr, sc in next tr, repeat from * 14 times, ch 3, tr in same space as beginning.

3. * Ch 6, sl st in 4th st from hook to create a picot, repeat from * once, ch 2, sc in next loop, repeat from beginning all around, ending with sl st in tr.
4.  Sl st to center of next loop between picots, * ch 9, sc in center of next loop between picots, repeat from * 14 times, ch 4, tr in last sl st at beginning.
5. Repeat round 3.
6. Sl st to center of next loop between picots, * ch 13, sc in center of next loop between picots, repeat from * 14 times, ch 5, ttr (thread over hook 4 times) in last sl st at beginning.
7. * Ch 7, sl st in 4th st from hook for picot, repeat from * once, ch 3, s c in next loop, repeat from beginning all around, ending with sl st in same space as beginning.
8. Sl st to center of next loop between picots, * ch 15, sc in center of next loop between picots, repeat from * 14 times, ch 6, ttr c in last sl st at beginning.
9. Ch 4, 4 tr in same space, * ch 10, 5 tr in center st of next loop, repeat from * 14 times, ch 10, join in 4th st of ch.
10. Ch 4, 4 tr in same space, * ch 1, skip 3 tr, 5 tr in next tr, ch 5, skip next loop, 5 tr in next tr, repeat from * all around ending to correspond, join in 4th st of ch.
11th. Ch 4, 4 tr in same space, * ch 1, skip 4 tr, 5 tr in ch 1 between tr groups, ch 1, skip 4 tr, 5 tr in next tr, skip next loop, 5 tr in next tr, repeat from * all around ending to correspond, join in 4th st of ch.
12th. Sl st to next ch-1 sp, ch 4, 4 tr in same space, ch 1, * 5 tr in next ch-1 sp, ch 11, skip 2 tr groups, 5 tr in next ch-1 sp, ch 1, repeat from * all around ending to correspond, join in 4th st of ch.
13th. Sl st to next ch-1 sp, ch 4, 4 tr in same space, * ch 11, skip next tr group, sc in next loop, ch 11, skip next tr group, 5 tr in next ch-1 sp, repeat from * 14 times, ch 11, skip next tr group, sc in next loop, ch 6, dtr (thread over hook 3 times) in 4th st of ch.
14. * Ch 7, sl st in 4th st from hook creating picot, repeat from * once, ch 3, sc in next loop, repeat from beginning all around, join.
15. Sl st to center of next loop between picots, * ch 13, sc in next loop between picots, repeat from * 30 times, ch 7, ttr  in last sl st at beginning.
16. * Ch 8, sl st in 4th st from hook for picot, repeat from * once, ch 4, sc in next loop, repeat from beginning all around, join.
17. Sl st to center of next loop between picots, ch 14, * tr , ch 5, tr in next loop between picots, ch 10, repeat from * 30 times, tr  in last sl st at beginning, ch 2, dc in 4th st of next ch 14 loop.
18. Ch 4, 4 tr in top of dc just made, * ch 10, sk next loop, 5 tr in center st of next ch-5 loop, repeat from * all around, join in 4th st of ch.
19th Round. Ch 4, 4 tr in same space, * ch 1, skip 3 tr, 5 tr in next tr, ch 5, skip next loop, 5 tr in next tr, repeat from * all around ending to correspond, join in 4th st of ch.
20th Round. Ch 4, 4 tr in same space, * skip 4 tr, 5 tr in next ch-1 space, skip 4 tr, 5 tr in next tr, sk next loop, 5 tr in next tr, repeat from * all around ending to correspond, join.
21. Sl st over 4 tr, sl st in next tr, ch 4, 4 tr in same space, * ch 1, sk 3 tr , 5 tr in next tr, ch 13, sk 2-tr groups, 5 tr in next tr, repeat from * all around ending to correspond, join.
22. Sl st over 4 tr, sl st in next ch-1 space, ch 4, 4 tr in same space, ** ch 6, tr in 7th st of next loop, ch 4, sl st in 4th st from hook creating picot, * ch 6, sl st in 4th st from hook for picot, repeat from * once, tr in same space as last tr, ch 6, skip next tr group, 5 tr in next ch-1 space, re­peat from ** all around ending to correspond, join in 4th st of ch, cut thread.

This pattern was published in:

The Famous “PURITAN” MERCERIZED CROCHET COT­TON, Article 40

second wheel irish crochet

second wheel irish crochet

How to crochet the Second wheel ~ Irish Crochet tutorial

second wheel irish crochet

 

This pattern uses English stitch abbreviation. 

Using 1.75 mm steel hook ch 5, 1 sl st in ch 1 to form a ring.

  1. Ch 6, (1 tr in ring+ ch 3) x 4, 1 sl st in 3rd ch of ch 6.
  2. (1 dc + 1htr + 3 tr + 1 tr + 1 dc) in each 3 ch sp.
  3. 1 dc in sl st of row 1, ch 5, (1 dc in tr row 1 + ch 5) x 4, 1 sl st in 1st
  4. (1 dc + 1 htr + 5 tr, + 1 htr + 1 dc) in each 5 ch sp.
  5. 1 dc in sl st of row 3, ch 7, (1 dc in dc of row 3 + 7 ch) x 4, 1 sl st in 1st
  6. (1 dc + 1 htr + 7 tr + 1 htr + 1 dc) in each 7 ch sp.

Fasten off.

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