Monday, December 31, 2012

Free Pattern Pop Champagne Bottle


Pop Champagne free pattern
By Annoo crochet Designs













                                     

Wooooohoooooo Happy New Year my fellows crochet lovers, I created this pattern for you, Enjoy and May your year 2013 be a Tremendously Creative one!!!!


Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Ruffled Scarf Beauty


Knitted Light Airy Cascading Ruffles, make this Gorgeous Scarf elegant and Shabby Chic.
Wear it in a double knot for more casual effect, or long, for an evening Outing.
I chose this yarn, from Italy for it's beautiful softness which is so very important in a scarf.

**Dry Clean Only**

Length: 4 ft
Width: 3.5 inches

Saturday, December 15, 2012

Friday, December 14, 2012

Saturday, December 8, 2012

Star of David Free Crochet Pattern


Hannuka Star of David Free Crochet Pattern 

You will need:


Hook size 3.25 mm
Tapestry needle
With White and blue color Yarn Berrocco Comfort Dk

Round 1:In a magic ring ch2, 12hdc. sl st to top of ch 2
Round 2: 2hdc in each st all around sl st to first hdc( 24hdc)
Round 3: ch1, sc in same st,( [hdc, dc] in next st, 2tr in nxt st.[dc hdc] in next st sl st in next st ) repeat all around ending with dc and hdc join to beginning sc fasten off
Round 4: With blue color yarn,ch1 in any of the first of the two tr, ch1, [sc in same st, ch1, sc in next st, hdc in next st,dc, htr,dc, hdc, ] all around fasten off.


Dreidel Free Crochet Pattern



Friday, December 7, 2012

Free Crochet Christmas Ornament Garland Pattern


Free Crochet Ornament Garland Pattern

By AnnooCrochet Designs


Did you Know that up until the mid-1950's, most specialized Christmas Ornaments were made in Germany and shipped to North America and the rest of Europe ? Not anymore!!!!How things have changed !!!!;-))))

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Heart Crochet Ornament Free Pattern


Did you know that the Heart has long been used as a symbol to refer to the spiritual, emotional, moral, and in the past also intellectual core of a human being. As the heart was once widely believed to be the seat of the human soul, the word "heart" continues to be used poetically to refer to the soul, and stylized depictions of hearts are used as prevalent symbols representing love, what a perfect Holiday Present...

Heart Crochet Ornament Free Pattern.

By AnnooCrochet Designs

What you will need:
Hook 3.25 mm
Berocco orange, turquoise and green yarn
Tapestry needle
Polyfill

Stitches used:
ch: chain
sl st: slip stitch
sc: single crochet
hdc: half double crochet
dc: double crochet
sk: skip

Make 2: One in Orange and another in turquoise

Row1: Ch10, sc in second ch from hook and in 9ch (9sc), ch1 turn


Row 2-9: sc all along (9sc)ch1 turn,
 do not fasten off you have a little square.


Now you will crochet the rounded sides of your heart continuing on the next side of your square.
Row 10 : [ sk 4st( it will me the middle of the side of your square),  9tr in next st, sk 4st, sl st.] twice you will have two arches.





continue along the next side of your square,  hdc in next 7st along the border, in corner st,[hdc, dc, hdc] in same st (creating your heart's point), hdc in next 8st.

Continuing along the arches, 2hdc in each 9 coming st, hdc, sl st, hdc, 2hdc in each coming 8 st, sl st fasten off.


Sew tail ends with your tapestry needles.

Place both of the heart both wrong side facing each other, and with Green color sc all along the edges.
when 3/4 closed stuff with polyfill and finish.






For the loop sl st st center top of the heart and ch 18, sl st at th base of the ch and fasten off .
swe all ends in with your tapestry needle.


Voila you just created yourself a beautiful Heart Ornament!!! Happy Crochet.

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Crochet Hanger Free Pattern.


Crochet Hanger Free Pattern by AnnooCrochet Designs

Some historians believe President Thomas Jefferson invented a forerunner[1] of the wooden clothes hanger.[citation needed] However, today's most used hanger, the shoulder-shaped wire hanger, was inspired by a coat hook that was invented in 1869 by O. A. North of New Britain, Connecticut.[citation needed] An employee of the Timberlake Wire and Novelty Company, Albert J. Parkhouse of Jackson, Michigan has also been credited with the invention.[citation needed], as has Christopher Cann in 1876 as an engineering student at Boston University.


Hand Made gifts are so much more personal. A crafty gift shows to the person at the receiving end, that you really care enough about them to spend time creating something special and unique, as unique as they are for you....
This project is easy and quick, so get to work!!!!Happy Crochet