Cutesy Bow Wrister

This is the cutest bow mitt or wrister pattern because it’s made into the design. Can’t wait to try it!

Light and Salt Gifts

IMG_2113Living in Southern California as I do, I don’t really get the opportunity to wear many cool weather accessories seeing as how it rarely actually dips below 70 degrees, even in winter. But…doggone it…I love fall and winter accessories. They’re so cute and cozy looking. And we all know that fall and winter are the best seasons for yarn crafts.

I came up with this little wrist warmer as a way to enjoy a cool weather look in a warm weather environment. Now, if you happen to live in a place that experiences actual seasons, you might want to modify this pattern a bit by using bulkier yarn or even double-stranding it.

Pattern Notes:

  • This pattern uses foundation single crochet (fsc) as the base. It’s actually my first time using it, and I find that it makes for a stretchier base so that you can slip the wrister…

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A quick and easy crochet for kids!

The Frugal Crafter Blog

Howdy friends! Tonight I am going to share a project I taught to my children’s knit and crochet class. All you need to know is how to chain, making it the perfect beginner project. This is a great way to use up scrap yarn too!

DCF 1.0

You will need 3 colors of yarn about 6′ each, a large 4 holed button, a tiny crochet hook that will fit through a button hole and a medium crochet hook such as a US size G.

DCF 1.0

Start with one piece of yarn and use the tiny crochet hook to pull the yarn through 2 buttonholes and make the ends even. Make a slip knot close to the button with one string and chain until you run out of yarn, do the same for the other side, just be sure to keep the slip knot as close as you can to the button. Repeat with…

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