These have been all over facebook and the internet, now learn how to crochet these adorable knee-high socks with Nadia
for the free written pattern:
the video tutorial:
love this!! 🙂 thanks so much for this great tutorial and pattern!!
a great cause and a very talented and kind lady giving back by teaching others to crochet! hope we can all support her! 🙂
Help me help others with a hand up! During the months of January and February all pattern sales (from Ravelry, Craftinoo, and Craftsy) will go towards putting together teaching kits for my students who can not afford to purchase things like this on their own. From today 1/13/16 through 2/29/16 all patterns in my Ravelry shop are 3 for $5.50 (SAVNGS OF $5) using coupon code: helping hands.
Each kit will contain:
package of safety pins (for st markers)
3 to 5 hooks
3 skeins/balls of yarn with one being cotton
binder with: page protectors, cheat sheet charts, a few of my own patterns, a list of helpful websites, YouTube videos, etc.
We currently have received a $50 Walmart card, a huge box of 23 balls of fingerling weight yarns, 200 page protectors, 20 pairs of scissors, 20 packages of safety pins, and 30 reusable bags.
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Candy has great patterns and video tutorials! go check out her page and create!!! 🙂
can’t wait to make this pattern!! 🙂
PLEASE, if you do use the pattern, consider making an extra 1 or 2, and send them on to
5050 Riding Plaza Suite 130-648
South Riding, VA 20152
The kids would love them!!!
I have recently made 20 of these to donate to Ellie’s Hats, a fabulous organization that educates about childhood cancers, distributes hats to kids battling for their lives, and provides support for their families. Please check them out on Facebook!!
Chunky Tiara by Crochet Rox ©
US L 8.00 mm hook
Bulky yarn 5 or 6 weight: (I used Lion Brand Hometown USA in Honolulu Pink and Minneapolis Purple & I got 3 tiaras out of 1 skein)
Optional: Buttons, beads or other decorations (sew on securely as they can pose a choking hazard)
Invisible thread (for sewing on buttons and beads)
Yarn needle (for weaving…
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