Sunday, March 31, 2013

Free Bunny Tote Sewing Pattern and More!

Bunny Tote
Bunny Tote
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Saturday, March 30, 2013

Free Crochet Fleur-de-Lis Fanfare Afghan Pattern


Fleur-de-Lis Fanfare Afghan Crochet ePattern
Fleur-de-Lis Fanfare Afghan Crochet ePattern



Finished Size: 52" x 68"
MATERIALS
Worsted Weight Yarn
[8 ounces (452 yards) per skein (Gold) or
6 ounces (348 yards) per skein (Variegated)]:
Gold - 6 skeins
Variegated - 5 skeins
Crochet hook, size G (4.00 mm) or size needed for gauge
Yarn needle
GAUGE: Each Strip = 13" wide
15 sc and 17 rows = 4"
STRIP (Make 4)
CENTER
With Gold, ch 39 loosely.
Row 1 (Wrong side): Sc in second ch from hook and in each ch across: 38 sc.
Note: Mark back of any sc on last row as right side and bottom edge.
Rows 2-271: Ch 1, turn; sc in each sc across.
Row 272: Ch 1, turn; sc in first 19 sc, place marker around last sc made for cross stitch placement, sc in each sc across.
Rows 273-275: Ch 1, turn; sc in each sc across.
Finish off.
EDGING
Rnd 1: With right side facing, join Variegated with sc in first sc on Row 275; sc in same st and in each sc across to last sc, 3 sc in last sc; sc in end of each row across; working in free loops of beginning ch, 3 sc in ch at base of first sc, sc in each ch across to last ch, 3 sc in last ch; sc in end of each row across and in same st as first sc; join with slip st to Back Loop Only of first sc: 634 sc.
Rnd 2: Ch 1, working in Back Loops Only, 2 sc in same st, † sc in next sc and in each sc across to center sc of next corner 3-sc group, 3 sc in center sc, 2 sc in next sc, sc in each sc across to center sc of next corner 3-sc group †, 3 sc in center sc, repeat from † to † once, sc in same st as first sc; join with slip st to both loops of first sc: 644 sc.
Rnd 3: Ch 3 (counts as first dc), working in both loops, (dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in same st,  † ch 1, skip next sc, (dc in next 2 sc, ch 1, skip next sc) across to center sc of next corner 3-sc group †, (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in center sc; repeat from  2 times more, then repeat from † to † once; join with slip st to first dc: 440 dc, 216 ch-1 sps, and 4 ch‑2 sps.
Rnd 4: Ch 1, turn; sc in same st and in each ch‑1 sp and each dc around working (sc, ch 2, sc) in each corner ch‑2 sp; join with slip st to Front Loop Only of first sc: 664 sc and 4 ch‑2 sps.
Rnd 5: Ch 1, turn; sc in Back Loop Only of same st and each sc around working (sc, ch 2, sc) in each corner ch‑2 sp; join with slip st to both loops of first sc, finish off: 672 sc and 4 ch‑2 sps.
CROSS STITCH
Following instructions and chart, add cross stitch design to each Strip.
Each grey square on the chart represents one cross stitch. Each cross stitch is worked over one sc. To position design on Strip, match marked sc on Strip to the cross stitch marked with an X on chart. Using yarn needle and long strand of Variegated, weave end under several stitches on wrong side of Strip to secure (do not tie knot). With right side facing and Strip turned so marked sc is at top, work cross stitch as follows: bring needle up at 1, down at 2 (half cross made), up at 3, and down at 4 (cross stitch completed, Fig. 1). Beginning with marked sc, follow chart to add cross stitch design, repeat marked area 6 times more; then work remainder of design as shown on chart (for a total of eight fleur-de-lis motifs), leaving three unworked rows at bottom of Strip. All cross stitches should cross in the same direction. When working stitches in a horizontal row, work half crosses from left to right and then back again to complete stitches in row; when working stitches vertically, complete each stitch individually before moving down to the next one. Finish off by weaving end under several stitches on wrong side of Strip; cut yarn end close to work.

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Fig. 1




ASSEMBLY
Place two Strips with wrong sides together and bottom edges at the same end. With Variegated and working through inside loops, whipstitch Strips together, beginning in second ch of first corner ch-2 and ending in first ch of next corner ch-2.
Join remaining Strips in same manner, always working in the same direction.
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Friday, March 29, 2013

Celebrating Animals and Crafting Fun they Bring!

Celebrate animals and all the crafting fun they bring! Choose from an assortment of patterns or projects from multiple categories and see what you can create.  From Drawing animals to knitting and crocheting, sewing, quilting and more! Craft your favorite animal projects!

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Thursday, March 28, 2013

Easy Easter Activities and Recipe Guide

 
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Easter is a wonderful time of year to get together with family and friends and celebrate the Christian holiday, or the coming of spring. With the children home from school for several days before or after the holiday, busy parents will always be on the lookout for great ways to keep the children occupied and out of trouble while on vacation. 

This guide offers a range of activities and recipes that will keep your children entertained and well-fed while they are home from school, and during any holiday festivities you might have planned. From a children's Easter party to an elegant brunch, you will find a variety of activities to help your children learn more about the history of Easter, including traditional Easter foods like lamb and how we color and hide Easter eggs.

Learn about the most popular candies in modern Easter baskets, and how you can come up with healthier alternatives that the children will love. Also discover healthy recipes for egg dyes made from all natural ingredients. 

Discover a range of arts, crafts and games for children of all ages. Learn how to set up a great crafting kit that you can use at home or at Sunday school to keep every child occupied and having fun. 

Find a range of delicious new Easter recipes that are healthy for you, too. From appetizers, to salads and entrees, to drinks and desserts, you will find dishes that are loaded with essential nutrients that will be healthy for everyone and taste great, too.

No holiday would be complete without a gorgeous festive cake. Learn how to make your own Easter Basket Cake for children's parties or your house party that will be perfect as a buffet table centerpiece or a lovely contribution to any holiday get-together to which you are invited.

As with all of our guides, you will also find a recipe list you can download for free, plus meal planning ideas and more. If you are looking for activities the whole family will love, and delectable dishes to suit every taste and budget, use this guide to help you start planning your memorable special Easter meal today.
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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

How to Knit a Quick and Cozy Blanket



Twilight Knit Afghan ePattern
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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

How to Dye Easter Eggs with KOOL-AID

Kool-Aid Dye Kit
Kool-Aid Dye Kit
 

How to Dye Easter Eggs with KOOL-AID

Your Easter eggs will be much brighter and colorful if you decide to dye them with KOOL-AID instead of food coloring or other resources.
Eggs can be made in one single color, tie-dyed or made in multiple colors.
Using the small packets of KOOL-AID and about 2 TBSP of water to mix up the colors and place some eggs in.  Check out the links below for different ways to dye your Easter eggs using KOOL-AID

Sunday, March 24, 2013

How to Dye Wool Yarn with Kool-Aid

Looking to make your own special colors of yarn?
Well, here is a quick and easy way to dye your own yarn using Kool-Aid
Experiment with colors and crochet or knit your favorite item in a unique one-of-a-kind color.
You will need:
Kool-Aid Unsweetened drink mix in color desired (1 package per ounce of yarn)
Liquid dishwashing detergent
Microwave and large microwave dish
Light color white or ivory 100 % wool yarn 

Saturday, March 23, 2013

Christening Coat & Bonnet Crochet Patterns

Christening Coat & Bonnet Crochet ePattern
Christening Coat & Bonnet Crochet ePattern



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Gauge
Gauge - the number of stitches and rows per inch - is the key to a well-fitting garment. In each pattern, we have specified a gauge; it is essential that you achieve this gauge in working the garment. Before beginning any garment, take the time to work a gauge swatch in the pattern stitch and with the yarn and hook specified. Change to a larger or smaller hook if necessary to achieve gauge.


FREE FOR YOU from Leisure Arts, Inc. ©2013 All rights reserved. These instructions may be photocopied and shared with your friends. They may not be kitted or sold. We have made every effort to ensure that these instructions are accurate and complete.

Abbreviations
beg    begin(ning)
ch      chain(s)
dc      double crochet(s)
rem    remain(ing)
rep     repeat
rnd     round
sc       single crochet(s)
sk       skip
sl st    slip stitch(es)
sp(s)   space(s)
st(s)    stitch(es)
yd(s)   yard(s)
YO      yarn over

Size Note: Coat fits newborn to 9 months. Skirt of garment measures 12½" from underarm to lower edge; for use as a jacket, work until skirt measures 6½" long. Bonnet fits newborn to three months.


Materials: 
Baby weight yarn, for coat, 5 oz; for jacket, 3 oz; for bonnet, 1 oz 
4 buttons ¼" diameter
¾ yd ribbon ¼" wide
steel crochet hook size 2 or size needed for gauge.

Gauge: In dc, 6 sts = 1"; 2 rows = ¾"
                    Four, 3 dc groups= 2¼"; 6 rows = 2"
Coat 
Back Yoke:
Beg at neck edge, ch 61. 

Row 1 (right side): 2 dc in 4th ch from hook, sk 2 ch, * 3 dc in next ch, sk 2 ch; rep from * across, ending 3 dc in last ch: you should have 20, 3-dc groups; ch 3, turn. 
Row 2: * 3 dc in sp between next two 3-dc groups; rep from * across, ending dc in top of turning ch: you should have 19, 3-dc groups; ch 3, turn.

Row 3: 2 dc in sp between dc and first 3-dc group, * 3 dc in sp between next two 3-dc groups; rep from * across, ending 3 dc in sp between last 3-dc group and turning ch: 20, 3-dc groups; ch 3, turn.

Rows 4-7: Rep Rows 2 and 3, twice.

Row 8: Rep Row 2.

Row 9: Dc in each dc across: 59 dc (counting turning ch as one dc); ch 3, turn.

Row 10: * Sk next dc, dc in each of next 3 dc, 3 dc in next dc, dc in each of next 3 dc (scallop made); rep from * across, ending sk 1, dc in top of turning ch: you should have 7 scallops.

Finish off. 

Left Front Yoke: 
With wrong side of Back Yoke facing and neck edge at top, join yarn in ch st at upper right-hand corner.

Row 1: Ch 3, (3 dc in sp between next two 3-dc groups) 6 times: you should have 6, 3-dc groups for shoulder. Loosely ch 15 for front of neck; turn, being careful not to twist chain.

Row 2: 2 dc in 4th ch from hook; (sk 2 ch, 3 dc in next ch) 3 times; sk 2 ch, 3 dc in top of first dc of Row 1; (3 dc in sp between next two 3-dc groups) 5 times; 3 dc in turning ch sp: you should have 11, 3-dc groups; ch 3, turn. 

Row 3: * 3 dc between next two 3-dc groups; rep from * across, ending dc in top of ch: you should have 10, 3-dc groups; ch 3, turn. 

Row 4: 2 dc in sp between dc and first 3-dc group, * 3 dc between next two 3-dc groups; rep from * across, ending 3 dc in turning ch sp: you should have 11, 3-dc groups; ch 3, turn. 

Rows 5-8: Rep Rows 3 and 4, twice. 

Row 9: Rep Row 3. 

Row 10: Dc in base of ch (inc made), dc in each st across, ending 2 dc in top of ch: 34 dc (counting turning ch as one dc); ch 3, turn. 

Row 11: Sk 1, dc in each of next 3 dc, 3 dc in next dc, dc in each of next 3 dc (scallop made); * sk 1 dc, dc in each of next 3 dc, 3 dc in next dc, dc in each of next 3 dc; rep from * twice, sk 1 dc, dc in top of turning ch: you should have 4 scallops; finish off. 

Right Front Yoke:
Ch 12 (these will be used at the end of Row 2).

Row 1: With wrong side of Back Yoke facing, shoulder edge at top, continue by working 3 dc in sp between 6th and 7th dc group from shoulder edge (Fig. 1); work (3 dc in sp between next two 3-dc groups) 5 times, dc in last ch; ch 3, turn. 

Row 2: 2 dc in sp between dc and first 3-dc group; (3 dc in sp between next two 3-dc groups) 5 times, 3 dc in last dc of next 3-dc group; (sk 2 ch, 3 dc in next ch) 4 times: 11, 3-dc groups; ch 3, turn. 

Row 3: * 3 dc between next two 3-dc groups; rep from * across, ending dc in top of turning ch: 10, 3-dc groups; ch 3, turn. 

Row 4: 2 dc in sp between dc and first 3-dc group of prev row; * 3 dc in sp between next two 3-dc groups; rep from * across, ending 3 dc in sp between last 3-dc group and turning ch: 11, 3-dc groups; ch 3, turn. 

Rows 5-8: Rep Rows 3 and 4, twice.

Row 9: Rep Row 3.

Rows 10 and 11: Rep Rows 10 and 11 of Left Front Yoke. Finish off.


Joining Yokes to Form Skirt: 
Holding Left Front Yoke with right side facing, and skirt edge at top, join yarn with a sl st in upper right hand corner; ch 3 (counts as one dc), do not turn.

Row 1: Sk next st, * dc in each of next 3 sts, 3 dc in next st, dc in each of next 3 sts, sk 2; rep from * across Left Front Yoke, ending last rep by working to within 3 sts of underarm (2 dc and turning ch); work dec over next 2 sts as follows: (YO, insert hook into next st, YO and pull up a loop, hook yarn and pull through 2 loops on hook) twice: 3 loops rem on hook; hook yarn and pull through all 3 loops; sk turning ch.

Pick up Back Yoke, with right side facing, sk first st, dec as before over next 2 sts (dec just made counts as first dc of next scallop); rep from * to *, ending last rep by working to within 3 sts from end, dec over next 2 sts, sk last st. 

Pick up Right Front Yoke, with right side facing, beg at underarm, sk first st, dec over next 2 dc (remember to count dec as first dc of next scallop); rep from * to *, ending last rep by working to within 3 sts from end, dc in next dc, sk next dc, dc in top of turning ch. You should have a total of 15 scallops; the yokes should all be joined and armholes formed; ch 3, turn.

Skirt
Row 1: Sk next st, * dc in each of next 3 sts, 5 dc in next st, dc in each of next 3 sts, sk 2; rep from * across, ending last rep sk 1, dc in top of turning ch; ch 3, turn.

Rows 2 and 3: Sk next st, * dc in each of next 4 sts, 3 dc in next st, dc in each of next 4 sts, sk 2; rep from * across, ending sk 1, dc in top of turning ch; ch 3, turn.

Row 4: Sk next st, * dc in each of next 4 sts, 5 dc in next st, dc in each of next 4 sts, sk 2 sts; rep from * across, ending sk 1, dc in top of turning ch; ch 3, turn. Note: From now on “ending sk 1, dc in top of turning ch; ch 3, turn” will not be repeated in instructions, but indicated as “ending as before.”

Rows 5 and 6: Sk next st, * dc in each of next 5 sts, 3 dc in next st, dc in each of next 5 sts, sk 2; rep from * across, ending as before.

Row 7: Sk next st, * dc in each of next 5 sts, 5 dc in next st, dc in each of next 5 sts, sk 2; rep from * across, ending as before.

Rows 8 and 9: Sk next st, * dc in each of next 6 sts, 3 dc in next st, dc in each of next 6 sts, sk 2; rep from * across, ending as before.

Row 10: Sk next st, * dc in each of next 6 sts, 5 dc in next st,dc in each of next 6 sts, sk 2; rep from * across, ending as before.

Rows 11 and 12: Sk next st, * dc in each of next 7 sts, 3 dc in next st, dc in each of next 7 sts, sk 2; rep from * across, ending as before.

Row 13: Sk next st,* dc in each of next 7 sts, 5 dc in next st, dc in each of next 7 sts, sk 2; rep from * across, ending as before.

Rows 14-24 (or until skirt measures desired length): Sk next st, * dc in each of next 8 sts, 3 dc in next st, dc in each of next 8 sts, sk 2; rep from * across, ending as before on even numbered rows; finish off.

Edging
Skirt:
With right side facing, join yarn with a sl st in lower corner of garment left front. Ch 1, sc in same sp as joining; 
* sk 3 sts, 6 dc in next st, sk 2, sc in next st, sk 2, 6 dc in next st, sk 2, sc in next st, sk 2, 6 dc in next st, sk 2, sc in next st; rep from * across, ending last rep by working sk 3, sc in last st of lower right front finish off. 

Neck: With right side facing, join yarn with a sl st in upper right-hand corner of first group at right front edge; ch 1. Sc in center st of first group, * 2 sc in sp between next 2 groups, sc in center st of next group; rep from * across neck edge. 

Left Front Yoke: Work 3 sc in corner, * 2 sc in side of next row; rep from * to beg of skirt. 

Left Front Skirt: * 2 sc into dc at end of each row; rep from * to bottom of skirt. 

Skirt Edge: Sl st in first sc of skirt edging, * sl st in each of next 6 dc, sc over (into same sp as) next sc; rep from * across lower edge, ending 2 sc in corner sp. Now work right front skirt and yoke to correspond to left front skirt and yoke; join with a sl st to beg sc. Do not finish off.

Neckline: 
Row 1: Ch 1, sc in same st, * sk 2 sts, 6 dc in next st, sk 2, sc in next st; rep from * across neckline, adjusting work so it lies flat, ending with sc: you should have 9 scallops. Finish off.

Row 2: With right side facing, join yarn in sc at beg of first neckline scallop, ch 1, sc in same st, * sl st in each of next 6 dc, sc over (into same sp as) next sc; rep from * across neckline.

Finish off.

Sleeves (make 2):
With right side facing, join yarn with a sl st at point where Front and Back are joined at underarm, ch 3.

Rnd 1: Work (2 dc into side of each of next 4 rows, 3 dc into side of next row) 4 times, ending 2 dc in side of each of last 2 rows: you should have 49 dc, counting ch 3 as one dc. Join with a sl st to top of ch 3, ch 3, turn.

Rnd 2: * Dc in each of next 5 sts, 3 dc in next st, dc in each of next 5 sts, sk next st; rep from * around: you should have 4 scallops. Join with a sl st to ch 3; ch 3, turn.

Rnd 3: Sk 1 * dec over next 2 sts, dc in each of next 3 sts, 3 dc in next st, dc in each of next 3 dc, dec over next 2 dc as before, sk 2; rep from * around, join to ch 3; ch 3, turn.

Rnds 4-9: Sk 1, * dc in each of next 4 sts, 3 dc in next st, dc in each of next 4 sts, sk 2; rep from * around, join; ch 3, turn.

Rnd 10: Sk 1, * dec over next 2 sts, dc in each of next 2 sts, 3 dc in next st, dc in each of next 2 sts, dec as before, sk 2; rep from * around, join; ch 3, turn.

Rnd 11: Sk 1, * dc in each of next 3 sts, 3 dc in next st, dc in each of next 3 dc, sk 2. Rep from * around, join; ch 3, turn.

Rnd 12: Sk 1, * dec, dc in next st, 3 dc in next st, dc in next st, dec, sk 2; rep from * around, join; ch 3, turn,

Rnd 13: Sk 1, * dc in each of next 2 sts, 3 dc in next st, dc in each of next 2 sts, sk 2; rep from * around, join; ch 1, turn.

Rnd 14: Sc in ch st and in each st around, join with a sl st; ch 1, turn.

Rnd 15: Sc in ch st, * sk 2, 6 dc in next st, sk 2, sc in next st; rep from * around: you should have 5 scallops, join to beg sc; ch 1, do not turn.

Rnd 16: Sc in same sp with joining, sc over (in same sp as) first sc, sl st in each of next 6 sts, * sc over next sc, sl st in each of next 6 sts; rep from * around, join

Finish off. 

Buttonholes: With wrong side facing, join yarn at upper corner of right front, just below scallop, sc in same sp (ch 4, sk 2 sc, sc in each of next 6 sc) 4 times. Then work sc in each sc to end, sl st to scallop on bottom. Finish off.

Sew buttons on opposite side.

Bonnet 
Back:
Ch 4, join with a sl st to form a ring.

Rnd 1: Ch 3 (counts as a dc throughout), work 15 dc in ring, join with a sl st to top of ch 3. 

Rnd 2: Ch 3, dc in same sp, 2 dc in each dc around; join with a sl st as before: 32 dc.

Rnd 3: Ch 3, * 2 dc in next st, dc in next st; rep from * around, join: 48 dc.

Rnd 4: Ch 3, dc in each dc around, join.

Rnd 5: Ch 3, dc in same sp, * dc in each of next 3 dc, 2 dc in next dc; rep from * around, join: 60 dc.

Rnd 6: Rep Rnd 4.

Rnd 7: Rep Rnd 5: 75 dc.

Rnds 8 and 9: Rep Rnd 4.

Rnd 10: Ch 1, sc in each st around, join: 75 sc.

Center back section is completed and you will now work back and forth in rows.

Top and Sides: 
Row 1: Ch 3, dc in each of next 5 sc, (sk 1, dc in each of next 4 sc, 3 dc in next sc, dc in each of next 4 sc) 4 times, sk 1 sc, dc in each of the next 6 sc; ch 3, turn. (Rem sts are left unworked for back of neck.)

Row 2: Dc in each of next 4 dc, (sk 2, dc in each of next 4 dc, 5 dc in next dc, dc in each of next 4 dc) 4 times, sk 2, dc in each of next 4 dc, dc in top of turning ch; ch 3, turn.

Row 3: Dc in each of next 3 dc, (sk 2, dc in each of next 5 dc, 3 dc in next dc, dc in each of next 5 dc) 4 times, sk 2, dc in each of next 3 dc, dc in turning ch; ch 3, turn.

Row 4: Dc in each of next 2 dc, (sk 2, dc in each of next 5 dc, 5 dc in next dc, dc in each of next 5 dc) 4 times, sk 2, dc in each of next 2 dc, dc in turning ch; ch 3, turn.

Row 5: Dc in next dc, (sk 2, dc in each of next 6 dc, 2 dc in next dc, dc in each of next 6 dc) 4 times, sk 2, dc in next dc, dc in turning ch; do not finish off. Turn work so neck edge is at top.

Neck Edge: Ch 3, work 2 dc in side of each dc row, dc in each sc across back of neck, 2 dc in side of each dc row. Finish off. 

Finishing: Weave ribbon through dcs of neck edge.
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