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My very first crochet stitches, thanks to a craftsy class.

My very first crochet stitches, thanks to a craftsy class.

I'm now going to show you how to "fill in" the top ripple edge to make it straight. Scroll down for this tutorial. ⋆ How Do It InfoHow Do It Info

I'm now going to show you how to "fill in" the top ripple edge to make it straight. Scroll down for this tutorial. ⋆ How Do It InfoHow Do It Info

This is a pattern for a newborn cocoon, or baby swaddler. I did not use a full skein of Caron Simply Soft Heather, but I couldn’t tell you exactly how much of the skein I used.

This is a pattern for a newborn cocoon, or baby swaddler. I did not use a full skein of Caron Simply Soft Heather, but I couldn’t tell you exactly how much of the skein I used.

Ravelry:Abstract Crochet Cats pattern not to mention it would make a great baby blanket! ✿Teresa Restegui http://www.pinterest.com/teretegui/✿

Ravelry:Abstract Crochet Cats pattern not to mention it would make a great baby blanket! ✿Teresa Restegui http://www.pinterest.com/teretegui/✿

This sweater is definitely for boys. And for girls! It’s all in the colors. The pattern was inspired by a blanket I saw at a Swedish furnishings store over the summer – it was bold and graphic and had a great look. One that begged to be translated to crochet!

This sweater is definitely for boys. And for girls! It’s all in the colors. The pattern was inspired by a blanket I saw at a Swedish furnishings store over the summer – it was bold and graphic and had a great look. One that begged to be translated to crochet!

Jenn Likes Yarn - The Knit and Crochet Blog: and now for something different: box stitch afghan in progress

Jenn Likes Yarn - The Knit and Crochet Blog: and now for something different: box stitch afghan in progress

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