Monday, 14 November 2022

Lace Snowflake Ornament - Free Crochet Pattern


Hello Everyone! πŸ™‚

Today I have the Lace Snowflake Ornament crochet pattern to share with you. It's made just in 4 rounds using a sport weight (#2) yarn and a  3mm crochet hook.
You can use them as decorations anywhere in your home, from Christmas trees to walls and windows. If you can crochet in the round and know how to work the basic crochet stitches, you are good to go.
Below you will find a video tutorial for the snowflake as well as the written instructions.

Hope you enjoy!
Happy crocheting!😊❄️❄️❄️


Disclosure: Please note that this post may contain affiliate links, which means that I may receive a small commission if you make a purchase using these links - at no extra cost to you.






Written Pattern:

Size: The snowflake measures approx. 14 cm (5,5'') in diameter.

Skill Level: Easy

Materials used:

  • Sport weight yarn, size 2 - fine. I used Alize Bahar mercerised 100% cotton yarn. 7 grams (19 metres approx.) of yarn needed for this pattern.
  • 3mm crochet hook.
  • Yarn needle or Latch hook for weaving in ends. Or, you can use a crochet hook.


Abbreviations (US terms):

st. / sts - stitch / stitches
sp. / sps - space / spaces
ch - chain
sl st. - slip stitch
sc - single crochet
dc - double crochet
trc - treble crochet

dc2(3)tog - 2 or 3 double crochet closed together -
(yarn over, insert the hook into indicated ch space, yarn over and draw up a loop. Yarn over and pull through 2 loops on hook)* repeat 2(3) times. 
Now you have 3(4) loops on hook. Yarn over and pull through all 3(4) loops.

ch3picot - ch3, insert your hook into the center of the base stitch, yarn over, pull through all loops on the hook.
ch4picot - ch4, insert your hook into 4th ch from hook, yarn over, pull through all loops on the hook.

()* - repeat the instructions between the brackets the number of times indicated.




Instructions:

Start with ch5, join with a sl st. into first ch to form a ring. Or, you can make a magic (adjustable) loop.

Round 1: ch4 (counts as 1dc + ch1),
(1dc, ch1)* repeat 11 times into ring.
Join with a sl st. into 3rd ch of beginning ch4.

Round 2: sl st. into next ch1 sp., ch1 (doesn't count as a st.), 1sc into same ch1 sp., ch4,
(skip next st., 1sc into next ch1 sp., ch4)* repeat 11 times around.
Join with a sl st. into first sc st. at the beginning of round.

Round 3: sl st. into next ch4 sp., ch2 (counts as 1dc of first dc3tog), dc2tog into same ch4 sp.,
(ch5, skip next st., dc3tog into next ch4 sp.)* repeat 11 times around.
Join with ch2 + 1dc into first dc2tog st.

Round 4: ch1 (doesn't count as a st.), 1sc into that same (ch2 + 1dc) space of previous round, ch3, skip next st., (1dc, ch3picot, ch3, 1trc, ch2, ch4picot, ch2, 1trc, ch3, 1dc, ch3picot, ch3) into next ch5 sp.,
(skip next st., 1sc into next ch5 sp., ch3, skip next st., (1dc, ch3picot, ch3, 1trc, ch2, ch4picot, ch2, 1trc, ch3, 1dc, ch3picot, ch3) into next ch5 sp.)* repeat 5 times around.
Join with a sl st. into first sc st. at the beginning of round.

Ch1, cut off the yarn, fasten off and weave in the ends.


Care :  Hand wash or machine wash (depends on the yarn you have used)
           Dry flat;
           Blocking and stiffening recommended.


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The patterns on this website are my original designs created by me.
Please do not copy, rework, distribute, republish or sell my patterns and photos. 
Do not create video tutorials free or paid.

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Thursday, 10 November 2022

Little House Ornament Crochet Pattern



Hi Everyone! πŸ™‚❄️

I have got a super cute Little House Ornament crochet pattern for you today. It's worked in back and forth rows using sport weight cotton yarn and a 3 mm crochet hook. There are so many ways you can use these little crochet houses - put on greeting cards an, use them as gift tags, use them as decorations anywhere in your home, from Christmas trees to Christmas dinner tables.

If you prefer to learn by watching, I have a video tutorial below. Or scroll down to view the written pattern!

Hope you enjoy! 
Happy crocheting! 😊


Disclosure: Please note that this post may contain affiliate links, which means that I may receive a small commission if you make a purchase using these links - at no extra cost to you.








Written pattern:

Measurments:
Height without hanging loop - 11 cm (4,3'') tall.
Width - 6 cm (2,36'') at widest point.

Skill Level: Easy

Materials used:

  • Sport weight yarn, size 2 - fine. I used Alize Bahar mercerised 100% cotton yarn. 5 grams (13 metres approx.) of yarn needed for this pattern.
  • 3mm crochet hook.
  • Yarn needle or Latch hook for weaving in ends. Or, you can use a crochet hook.

Abbreviations (US terms):

st./sts - stitch / stitches
sp./sps - space / spaces
sl st. - slip stitch
ch - chain
sc - single crochet
dc - double crochet

dc2(3) cluster - 2 or 3 double crochet cluster stitch - 2 or 3 double crochet closed together - (yarn over, insert the hook into indicated st.(or ch space), yarn over and draw up a loop. Yarn over and pull through 2 loops on hook)* repeat 2(3) times. Now you have 3(4) loops on hook. Yarn over and pull through all 3(4) loops.

()* - repeat the instructions between the brackets as directed.




Instructions:

Foundation chain: ch15



Row 1: 1dc into 3rd ch from hook and into each ch st. across. 
(13dc sts)

Row 2: ch2 (doesn't count as a st.), turn, 1dc into first st., 1dc into next 3 sts, ch2, skip next 2 sts, 1dc into next st., ch2, skip next 2 sts, 1dc into remaining 4 sts.
(9dc sts, 2 ch2 sps)

Row 3: ch2 (doesn't count as a st.), turn, 1dc into first st., 1dc into next 3 sts, ch2, skip next ch2, 1dc into next st., ch2, skip next ch2, 1dc into remaining 4 sts.
(9dc sts, 2 ch2 sps)

Row 4: repeat Row 3.

Row 5: ch2 (doesn't count as a st.), turn, 1dc into each st., 2dc into each ch2 sp. (13dc sts)

Row 6: ch2 (counts as 1dc of dc3 cluster), turn, dc2 cluster into first st., 
(ch1, skip next st., dc3 cluster into next st.)* repeat across. 
(7 dc3 clusters, 6 ch1 sps)

Row 7: turn, skip first st., sl st. into next ch1 sp., ch2 (counts as 1dc of dc3 cluster), dc2 cluster into same ch1 sp.,
(ch1, skip next st., dc3 cluster into next ch1 sp.)* repeat across. 
(6 dc3 clusters, 5 ch1 sps)

Row 8 - 11: repeat Row 7.



Row 8: (5 dc3 clusters, 4 ch1 sps)

Row 9: (4 dc3 clusters, 3 ch1 sps)

Row 10: (3 dc3 clusters, 2 ch1 sps)

Row 11: (2 dc3 clusters, 1 ch1 sp.)

Row 12: turn, skip first st., sl st. into next ch1 sp., ch1 (doesn't count as a st.), 1sc into same ch1 sp., to make the hanging loop - ch10, sl st. into base of sc st.

Ch1, cut off the yarn, fasten off and weave in the ends.


Care :  Hand wash or machine wash (depends on the yarn you have used)
           Dry flat;
           Blocking or steaming recommended;
           Spray with starch if needed.





The patterns on this website are my original designs created by me.
Please do not copy, rework, distribute, republish or sell my patterns and photos. 
Do not create video tutorials free or paid.

Thank you!






©2022 KristinesCrochets 


Monday, 7 November 2022

Cocoa Latte Triangle Shawl - Free Crochet Pattern


Today I would like to share with you my Cocoa Latte Shawl crochet pattern. This simple yet elegant lightweight triangle shawl is worked from the top down, in back and forth rows. 
The pattern is worked using crochet stitches such as: chain, slip stitch, single crochet, double crochet, front post double crochet and back post double crochet. 
All you need to start is one skein of your favourite fingering weight yarn (I used one skein of Alize Bella Ombre Batik gradient ''cake'' yarn) and a 4 mm crochet hook.

If you prefer to learn by watching, I have a video tutorial below. Or scroll down to view the written pattern!

Happy Crocheting! 😊


Disclosure: Please note that this post may contain affiliate links, which means that I may receive a small commission if you make a purchase using these links - at no extra cost to you.







Written Pattern

Finished Size: Height - 61 cm (24''), Width - 144 cm (56,7'').

You can adjust the size of the shawl by adding or subtracting pattern repeats.
1 pattern repeat (Row 3 - 8) - approx 6 cm (2,36''). I made a total of 7 pattern repeats.


Gauge: 10 stitches = 5 cm (2’’) in double crochet.

Skill Level: Intermediate 


Materials Used:

  • Fingering weight yarn, size 1 - super fineI used Alize Bella Ombre Batik 100% cotton yarn in color 7410. 180 grams (650 meters approx.) of yarn needed for this pattern.
  • 4.0 mm (US size G/6) crochet hook.
  • Scissors.
  • Yarn needle or a latch hook. 


  • Abbreviations (US terms):

    st./sts - stitch / stitches
    sp./sps - space / spaces
    ch - chain
    sc - single crochet

    dc - double crochet

    fpdc - front post double crochet - Yarn over, insert the hook from front to back to front around the post of the next stitch, yarn over, pull up a loop, yarn over, pull through 2 loops on your hook, yarn over, pull through remaining 2 loops on hook.

    bpdc - back post double crochet - Yarn over, insert the hook from back to front to back around the post of the next stitch, yarn over, pull up a loop, yarn over, pull through 2 loops on your hook, yarn over, pull through remaining 2 loops on hook.

    ()* – repeat the instructions between the brackets as directed.


    PATTERN NOTES:

    •  The shawl is worked from the top down, in back and forth rows.
    • Beginning (turning) chains count as stitches – ch3 counts as 1dc, ch4 counts as 1dc + ch1.
    • Pattern repeat : Row 3 – 8.
    • Centre ch2 is not included into stitch count at the end of each row.







    Instructions

    Start with ch4, join with a sl st. into first ch to form a ring.

    Row 1 (right side): ch3 (counts as 1dc), (4dc, ch2, 5dc) into ring. 
    (10 dc sts)

    Row 2 (wrong side): ch4 (counts as 1dc + ch1), turn, 1dc into first st., ch1,
    (skip next st., 1dc into next st., ch1)* repeat 2 times,
    (1dc, ch2, 1dc, ch1) into centre ch2 space,
    1dc into next st., ch1, skip next st., 1dc into next st., ch1,
    skip next st., (1dc, ch1, 1dc) into 3rd ch of beginning ch3 of previous row. 
    (10 dc sts, 8 ch1 sps)


    Row 3: ch3 (counts as 1dc), turn, 2dc into first st.,
    (1dc into next ch1 sp., 1dc into next st.)* repeat until centre ch2,
    (2dc, ch2, 2dc) into centre ch2 sp., 1dc into next st., 
    (1dc into next ch1 sp., 1dc into next st.)* repeat until turning ch4 left,
    1dc into turning ch4 sp., 3dc into 3rd ch of turning ch4. 
    (26 dc sts)

    Row 4: ch3 (counts as 1dc), turn, 2dc into first st.,
    1fpdc into next st. and each st. until centre ch2,
    (2dc, ch2, 2dc) into centre ch2 sp.,
    1fpdc into each st. until turning ch3 left,
    3dc into 3rd ch of turning ch3. 
    (24 fpdc sts, 10 dc sts)

    Row 5: ch3 (counts as 1dc), turn, 2dc into first st.,
    1bpdc into next st. and each st. until centre ch2,
    (2dc, ch2, 2dc) into centre ch2 sp.,
    1bpdc into each st. until turning ch3 left,
    3dc into 3rd ch of turning ch3. 
    (32 bpdc sts, 10 dc sts)

    Row 6: ch4 (counts as 1dc + ch1), turn, 1dc into first st., ch1,
    (skip next st., 1dc into next st., ch1)* repeat until centre ch2,
    (1dc, ch2, 1dc, ch1) into centre ch2 sp., 1dc into next st., ch1,
    (skip next st., 1dc into next st., ch1)* repeat until 1 st. and turning ch3 left,
    skip next st., (1dc, ch2, 1dc) into 3rd ch of turning ch3. 
    (26 dc sts, 24 ch1 sps)

    Row 7: ch3 (counts as 1dc), turn, 1dc into first st., ch1, 1dc into next ch1 sp., ch1,
    (skip next st., 1dc into next ch1 sp., ch1)* repeat until 1 st. left to centre ch2,
    (2dc, ch2, 2dc, ch1) into centre ch2 sp., 
    (skip next st., 1dc into next ch1 sp., ch1)* repeat until 1 st. and turning ch4 left,
    skip next st., 1dc into turning ch4 sp., ch1, 2dc into 3rd ch of turning ch4. 
    (32 dc sts, 26 ch1 sps)

    Row 8: ch4 (counts as 1dc + ch1), turn, 1dc into first st., ch1,
    (skip next st., 1dc into next ch1 sp., ch1)* repeat until 2 sts left to centre ch2, skip next st., 1dc into next st., ch1,
    (1dc, ch2, 1dc, ch1) into centre ch2 sp., 1dc into next st., ch1,
    (skip next st., 1dc into next ch1 sp., ch1)* repeat until 1 st. and turning ch3 left,
    skip next st., (1dc, ch1, 1dc) into 3rd ch of turning ch3. 
    (34 dc sts, 32 ch1 sps)

    Row 9 - 44: repeat Row 3 - 8 six more times.


    Row 45 (border row): ch3 (counts as 1dc), turn, 3dc into first st., skip next ch1, 
    (skip next st., 1sc into next ch1 sp., ch3, skip next st., 1sc into next ch1 sp., skip next st., 4dc into next ch1 sp.)* repeat until 1 st. left to centre ch2,
    skip next st., (1sc, ch3, 1sc) into centre ch2 sp.,
    (skip next st., 4dc into next ch1 sp., skip next st., 1sc into next ch1 sp., ch3, skip next st., 1sc into next ch1 sp.)* repeat until 1 st. and turning ch4 left,
    skip next st., 4dc into 3rd ch of turning ch4. 
    (60 [4dc] sts, 59 ch3 sps)

    Ch1, fasten off. Weave in all ends, steam and block the shawl.





    The patterns on this website are my original designs created by me.
    Please do not copy, rework, distribute, republish or sell my patterns and photos. 
    Do not create video tutorials free or paid.

    Thank you!






    ©2022 KristinesCrochets 


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