Valentines day is coming up and with it comes my second crochet video! So here’s the plan for videos, I’ll be trying to post a new How to Crochet / Pattern video every other Friday on my Youtube, then I’ll post about them here and on my Facebook Sunday or Monday! If you want to see them first thing than please subscribe to my Youtube channel! It helps out a lot.
Without further ado heres the new video and pattern for a crocheted heart!
Abbreviations: -sc = Single Crochet -sl.st = Slip Stitch -m.p = Mini Picot (ch 2, sl.st in first ch) -Ch = Chain -Rnd = Round
Rnd 1: Ch 8, m.p, ch 8. Connect ch with sl.st Rnd 2: Sc 11 around chains, skip over m.p made in Rnd 1, sc 11 around remaining chs. Sl.st one into first sc made. Cut and pull through. Sew ends into heart in two different directions to get a pointed end.
And that’s all! Pretty simple right? Check back next week for a new pattern!
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In three weeks my girlfriend and I will be moving up to San Francisco, where I hear it gets a bit cold. I had some extra yarn and decided I’d make her a warm gift. It’s super easy to make so I decided to share with you guys the pattern of how to make a nice simple button infinity scarf.
By the way, this is my cousin, whom you may recognize
Ch 102 (or to desired length) Rnd 1: Skip first two ch’s, dc 100, turn (100) Rnd 2: ch 2, skip ch’s, in back stitches only dc 100, turn (100) Rnd 3: Repeat Rnd 4: Repeat Rnd 5: Repeat Cut and tie off, sew in ends. Sew on two (or more) 1 1/4″ buttons to one side of the scarf. The buttons should fit perfectly between the dc bars while still holding in securely.
That’s it!! See how easy that is? Took me about an hour to finish and about one whole ball of the yarn.
Check back soon because I may begin selling these depending on how much people like it! Let me know!!
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