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    easy to follow blanket to crochet

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    Shells of Love Crocheted Baby Blanket - *Inspiration* or you can buy the pattern. Looks easy enough. If you don't know how to do a shell stitch, google's super easy. Change out colors for each row then add a cute edge of double crochets, or single crochets. Add a final shell stitch row to create the scalloped edge and your finished.

    Chevron Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern by catandcrown on Etsy

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    Granny square shrug, how-to on the blog. ༺✿Teresa Restegui

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    Crochet Crown - this one was designed for the little king of the castle, but a little princess would wear it, too. Not a standard Bow Dazzling Volunteers project but too cute to pass up. For small children, big kids, even some adults.

    made by Mriek: Drops moss stitch sjaal. Moss stitch for scrap yarn :)

    :-)Wrist warmers

    3DC in each hole, then single crochet to get the shape you want. Felt for the sole should do.

    Nature's Heirloom: Chevron Crocheted Blanket

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    Princess Belle inspired crochet beanie hat/wig

    Chunky and Cozy Baby Blanket - The bulky yarn used for this baby crochet blanket will keep baby warm all winter long. She'll love the design, but more so the comfort.

    It may seem crazy, but simply by repeating the slip stitch over and over you can produce a thick and dense crochet fabric. I have found it is especially great for making scarves for men.

    This is the pattern I've been looking for! I just sat down and made a pair of these for myself in under two hours. I used a #5 wool in dark charcoal and they're the most comfortable socks I've ever made!!!