Sunday, December 13, 2015

Mermaid Tail Graph


Mermaid tail blankets are SUPER popular right now! I myself have made several of them! My favorite Pattern is from MJ's Off The Hook Designs

Friday, December 4, 2015

Random Beanie giveaways for 24 hours!

Hey HOOKERS! My bother is doing a 24 hours video game stream on Twitch! He's gaming for 24 hours to help raise money for our local Children's Hospital in Omaha, Nebraska via the Extra Life Charity. If you'd like to donate to help him reach his goal you can do so HERE. If you can't donate but want to hang out and help keep him awake for 24 hours head on over HERE and check it out!

He is also randomly giving away Destiny themed beanie for 24 hours! head on over and hangout and maybe win one of these beauties!





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Saturday, November 14, 2015

Pray for Paris

I ran across an image on facebook this morning that inspired this hat graph but I'm not sure of the original source so I won't share that photo but here is my Pray for Paris Hat graph!


Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Rudolph Hat and Scarf Graphs

Rudolph the red nose reindeer...
My kids are already begging for Christmas hats so I thought I would share one of the graphs I came up with! (BONUS SCARF GRAPH!)

Leave a comment with your email address if you need a larger copy of the scarf graph and I'll get it sent asap! :) enjoy! feel free to share your finished projects on facebook! #SPREpatternsRudolph

Friday, October 2, 2015

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Crochet Fairy Silhouette Block - Fawn



There are only a couple blocks left in the Halloween Series so I've decided to go ahead and start a new CAL. Disney Fairy Silhouettes! Tinkerbell and all her fairy friends!

Friday, September 25, 2015

Crochet Witchie-Poo Block


Block Number 6 of 9
I have decided to take my Halloween block project in a different direction that I had originally planned. Mine will all be crocheted using post stitches ( I will be going back and remaking the rest too!) but, by all means, please continue with the stitch you have started with! 



This is Witchie-Poo! My girls are calling her 'This Silly Witch' :) we LOVE her!

Friday, September 4, 2015

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Friday, August 21, 2015

Crochet Bat Graph


The other day I came across the Christmas pixel blanket idea from Repeat Crafter Me. I love love LOVE the idea and I am TOTALLY crocheting along with her!

Wednesday, July 8, 2015

You Are My Sunshine Graphs FREEBIE!


This graph is sized for a body Pillow! Enjoy! And, as always, I would LOVE to see links to finished products left in the comments section!

Sunday, June 28, 2015

Doc McStuffins Part 4

Day 4 and 9 squares in I'm SOO excited with the way these squares keep turning out!
I have 6 more character squares to make and 9 more filler squares! Check back daily to see new squares and Eventually the finished product!
Today I made Stuffy the Dragon and the filler square to look like Doc's leggings


      


Patriotic FREEBIES!

This Graph will work on my Earwamer Pattern OR Mne Crafts hat pattern
And here's a couple Blanket/wall hanging graphs



Saturday, June 27, 2015

Doc McStuffins Part 3

I didn't finish 2 character squares today because, frankly, my eyes HURT, from concentrating on them! LOL I did make one character and 2 filler squares though!
This is Gabby the Giraffe,  the purple and white horizontal striped square is meant to look like Doc's shirt, The white and red vertical striped square is meant too look like Hallie's apron!


Friday, June 26, 2015

Doc McStuffins Part 2

Decided against making Stuffy today but I did, however, make Doc and Chilly!
Check 'em out! I figure if I average 2 new squares a day I'll finish this blanket in about 2 weeks!



Thursday, June 25, 2015

Doc McStuffins

This is what's on my hook right now! Each individual square takes HOURS to create so it's slow going BUT it will be one fabulous blanket pattern when I get there!
Check back tomorrow to see if I meet my goal of finishing Stuffie and Chilly!


Sunday, May 3, 2015

Ginormo-Bow Headband!


Every little Diva needs a HUGE bow! When I started thinking about how close my baby's 1st birthday was I decided she needed something BEAUTIFUL to wear and I wanted to make it myself! I scoured Ravelry and found the Samantha Tank from Sincerely Pam. That was the first finished piece in the set! Then my good friend Amanda from MNE Crafts - Crochet Patterns & More asked me to test the pattern for her Emy Booties so I decided to make them to match the tank. And then, of course, no outfit is complete with out a cute bow so I sat down and wrote the Ginormo-Bow Headband pattern.

POOF! Emmersyn's first birthday outfit was born!
Get the Ginormo-Bow pattern in my Ravelry Store. Use Code: EMY to get it for 25% off until midnight Friday!

Get the Emy Booties pattern in the MNE Crafts Ravelry Store. The same Code: Emy will get you 25% off that pattern until midnight on friday too!





Wednesday, April 29, 2015

NEW patterns!


I've released Several new patterns since my last post!









This is my Skull Earwarmer! The pattern can be purchased HERE.














This is my Charisma Beanie! The pattern can be purchased Here.















And this is my Virtuosa Slouch! The pattern can be purchased Here.

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Flower Vine Earwarmer


Hook: I9 – 5.50mm (toddler) J10 – 6.00mm (child) K10.5 – 6.50mm (teen/adult)
Material: Red Heart Super Saver (any worsted weight will work)
Gauge: 3 stitches x 3 rows = 1”

Abbreviations/stitches:
-   Ch – chain
-   Dc – double crochet
-   Sl st – slip stitch
-   Fpdc – front post double crochet
-   Fphdc – front post half double crochet
-  Fhdc – chainless foundation half double crochet
-   St – stitch
-  W – white
-  P – pink
-  G – green
-  Y – yellow

Round 1). With W, 60 Fhdc, join to the first fhdc with slst.

Round 2). Ch 2, fpdc in every stitch around.

Round 3). Ch 2, fpdc around next st, change to P, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to W, fpdc around the next st, change to G, fpdc around the next 4 st, change to W, fpdc around the next 17 st, change to P, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to W, fpdc around the next st, change to G, fpdc around the next 4 st, change to W, fpdc around the next 17 st, change to P, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to W, fpdc around the next 9 st, join to first st with sl st.

Round 4). Ch 2, fpdc around the next st, change to P, fpdc around the next 4 st, change to W, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to G, fpdc in the next 3 st, change to W, fpdc around the next 7 st, change to G, fpdc around the next st, change to W, fpdc around the next 7 st, change to P, fpdc around the next 4 st, change to W, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to G, fpdc around the next 3, change to W, fpdc around the next 7 st, change to G, fpdc around the next st, change to W, fpdc around the next 7, change to P, fpdcarouns the next 4 st, change to W, fpdc around the next 7 st, change to P, join to first st with sl st.

Round 5). Ch 2, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to Y, fpdc around the next st, change to P,
fpdc around the next 2 st, change to W, fpdc around the next st, change to G, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to W, fpdc around the next st, change to G, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to W, fpdc around the next 3 st, change to P, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to W, fpdc around the next st, change to G, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to W fpdc around the next 5 st, change to P, fpdc around the next st, change to Y, fpdc around the next st, change to P, fpdc around the next 2 stitches, change to W, fpdc around the next st, Change to G, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to W, fpdc around the next st, change to G, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to W, fpdc around the next 3 st, change to P, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to W, fpdc around the next st, change to G, fpdc in the next 2 st, change to W, fpdc in the next 5 st, change to P, fpdc in the next 2 st, change to Y, fpdc in the next st, change to P, fpdc in the next 2 st, change to W, fpdc in the next 7 st, change to P, join to first stitch with sl st.

Round 6). Ch 2, fpdc around the next 4 st, change to W, fpdc around the next st, change to G, fpdc around the next st, change to W fpdc around the next 2 st, change to G, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to P, fpdc around the next 4 st, change to W, fpdc around the next st, change to G fpdc around the next 3 st, change to W, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to G, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to P, fpdc around the next 4 st, change to W, fpdc around the next st, change to G, fpdc around the next 3 st, change to W, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to G, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to P, fpdc around the next 4 st, change to W, fpdc around the next st, change to G, fpdc around the next 3 st, change to W fpdc around the next 2 st, change to G, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to P, fpdc around the next 4 st, change to G, fpdc around the next 4 st, change to W, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to G, fpdc around the next 2 st, join to first st with sl st.

Round 7). Ch 2, fpdc around the next st, change to W, fpdc around the next st, change to P, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to W, fpdc around the next st, change to G, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to W, fpdc around the next 5 st, change to P, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to Y, fpdc around the next st, change to P, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to W, fpdc around the next st, change to G, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to W, fpdc around the next st, change to G, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to W, fpdc around the next 3 st, change to P, fpdc in the next 2 st, change to W, fpdc around the next st, change to G, fpdc in the next 2 st, change to W, fpdc around the next 5 st, change to P, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to Y, fpdc around the next st, change to P, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to W, fpdc around the next st, change to G, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to W, fpdc around the next st, change to G fpdc around the next 2 st, change to W, fpdc around the next 3 st, change to P, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to W, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to G, fpdc around the next 3 st, change to W, fpdc around the next st, change to G, fpdc around the next st, change to W, fpdc around the next st, join to the first st with sl st.

Round 8). Ch 2, fpdc in the next 5 st, change to G, fpdc in the next st, change to W, fpdc around the next 7 st, change to P, fpdc around the next 4 st, change to W, fpdc in the next 2 st, change to G, fpdc in the next 3 st, change to W, fpdc around the next 7 st, change to G, fpdc around the next st, change to W, fpdc around the next 7 st, change to P, fpdc around the next 4 st, change to W, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to G, fpdc around the next 3 st, change to W, fpdc around the next 7 st, change to G, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to W, fpdc around the next st, change to G, fpdc around the next 3 st, change to W, fpdc around the next st, join to first st with a sl st.

Round 9). Ch 2, fpd around the next 13 st, change to P, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to W, fpdc around the next st, change to G, fpdc around the next 4 st, change to W, fpdc around the next 17 st, change to P, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to W, fpdc around the next st, change to G, fpdc around the next 4 st, change to W, fpdc around the next 8 st, change to G, fpdc around the next 3 st, change to W, fpdc around the next 2 st, change to G, fpdc around the next st, change to W, fpdc in the next 2 st, join to first st with a sl st.

Round 10). Ch 2, fpdc around every st, join to first st with sl st.

Round 11). Ch 1, fphdc around evert st, join to firt st with sl st.

Fasten off and weave in ends

Monday, April 20, 2015

Too Cool For Drool Bandana Bib

I've been in such a crochet slump lately and haven't really designed anything in awhile. I went shopping and bought a ridiculous amount of yarn and now the ideas a flowing like crazy!!

SPRE: Patterns & Design is SO happy in announce the release of our Newest pattern! You can find it in our Ravelry Store.

This is the 'Too Cool For Drool' bandana bib pattern, it's fabulous - I love it and more importantly my daughter LOVED it!

Monday, March 9, 2015

The Graph Pillow


I just LOVE this pillow! I do have to admit that using graphs on post stitches was totally the brain child of Amanda from MNEcrafts.com, her graph hat is ADDICTING! As a matter of fact I created a group on facebook where I create graph for hats and more recently have started offering pillow graphs! Check it out here! There are lots of graphs up for sale there! :) Mention that you found the group via Sprepatterns.com and all profits will go towards buying Amanda a SUPER AWESOME baby gift! :D

Materials:
I hook
Scissors
Yarn Needle
Worsted weight yarn (rhss 3 skeins of base color and 1 of each of the accent colors)
18x18” pillow or fiberfill stuffing
** This is just a tutorial, so I will not write out the whole pattern, I will write it out until the graph starts and then it’s pretty self-explanatory from there.**


**Graph is worked bottom up, and left to right.**
Round 1: 140 Fhdc, sl st to join to the beginning fhdc (all in the base color)
Round 2: CH2, fpdc in each stitch around. – (140 fpdc all in base color)
Round 3: CH2, fpdc 40 in the base color - then start your graph.
**when your pillow is finished, stitch the bottom shut, put your pillow or stuffing in and stitch the top shut**


**Some of you have already purchased this graph and now I'm offering it for free, shoot me an email via the contact me button with your name and the date on your invoice, as soon as I verify it I will offer you a NEW pillow graph for free!**

Purchase graphs like these in my group on Facebook