My Crochet Patterns

These patterns have all been moved to my new site:

Fabric Follies Two

27 thoughts on “My Crochet Patterns

  1. Hi, Thanks so much for getting the 3 inch crocheted heart in your patterns. Now I can get busy. One question, in row 5 it says to dc, but your picture looks like it is trebles. Am I just seeing things? Hope I didn’t make a mistake in what I see. ALICE

  2. Hi Alice,
    No you didn't make a mistake.. I did! Thanks so much for catching it. I have changed it now. I wrote this out this morning after only 1/2 cup of coffee..grin  If you have any other problems, please let me know.. So glad to have you dropping by. Linda

  3. Please can you help – I am a new crochet-er!
    Trying to make a top, the pattern says at the beginning of alternate rows, to ‘skip 2 hdc and hdc into next cs’.

    Does this mean to skip 2 chain spaces, then hdc into next space, or something else.
    You see I was missing 2 spaces on alternate rows and now the top is so narrow after only about 5 inches that it looks like it will go triangular!
    I’d be so grateful for a pointer.
    Thank you

  4. Hello Kate,
    To be truly helpful with your problem, I would almost have to see the pattern or at least a pic of what you are making. Is there a way you can send me a link to the pattern you are using?

  5. Please help I have a question. buy using a regular round crochet doilie pattern with pineapple stitches can you use a larger needle and thread to make it wearable?

  6. Hi Paulette,
    That would depend on the original size of the doily. I would use the larger thread and needle and do the first few rows to see how much bigger it would be, then decide whether it would work for me or not.
    I hope it works out for you!
    Linda

  7. Good morning,

    I just printed out the Winnie Pooh pattern. Can you explain to me how to do the color changes. I get the impression that I don’t need to tie off for each color change but I don’t know how to do this. It says to ‘work over colors not being used’. Help please?

  8. Hi Kathy,
    Usually when a pattern says to “work over” it means to hold the unused color close to the stitches you are crocheting into and do your current color stitches over that thread and into the stitch you are working. This way you do not have to cut your threads and will not have any ends to weave in until you have finished your piece.

  9. hi. my name is barbara, i am trying to find out if their is a buyer somewhere where i can sell my crochet /or tated/ bedspread which is at least 100 years. old. i live in baraga. my grandmother made it when she was young and it went throuh my mother and sister. since they are all deceased i landed up with it. it has been in my cedar chest which was my grandmothers for many years. please help me if you can.

  10. I am looking for a winnie the pooh pattern to crochet for my first grandchild. Would like something with eyore if at all possible.
    Thank You

  11. I am looking for a Carolina Panthers afghan pattern. If any oone knows of where i can find one, please e-mail me.
    Thanks

  12. I am looking for a Carolina Panthers afghan pattern. If any one knows where I can find one, please e-mail me.
    Thanks for your help

  13. I am looking for a Thomas the Tank crochet pattern for an afghan for my two year old grnadson.Anybody have any ideas ?

  14. Hi,

    A long time ago, I had a pattern for a crochet baby blanket that had a clown applicate on it and a separate crocheted clown doll. I would love to try and find it again, but so far unable to do so. Maybe you can help.

    Thanks

  15. Hi Im looking for the crocheted pattern for baby cowboy boots..I have searched online for hours..All I get is ones that are for sale already made ,Thats not what I want..Does anyone have the pattern already that can be emailed to me? Would be willing to pay small fee even..I have wanted to make some of these for some of the babies that are staying at our local Ronald McDonald house that are less fortunate..Can you help me? Thanks Diane …God Bless

  16. Diane-
    I have searched forever for the baby cowboy boots….
    I happened to stumble upon this pattern today… I haven’t tried it out yet so I am not sure how great it is…
    But here you are!!
    Hope it helps…
    Be sure and post pictures=)

    Cowboy Booties

    Materials: Size F or G crochet hook
    Worsted weight yarn 1 oz. brown, 40 yds Gold

    Sizes: Directions are given for small size with changes for large size in ( ).

    Small size: Use small directions and F hook for 3 1/2″ finished sole.

    Medium side: Use small directions and G hook for 4 1/2″ finished sole.

    Large size: Use large directions and G hook for 5″ finished sole.

    Sole
    Rnd 1: With brown, ch 12 (14), sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next 7 (9), hdc in next, 2 hdc in next, 5 hdc in end ch. Now working down opposite side of starting ch, 2 hdc in next, hdc in next, sc in next 7 (9), 2 sc in next.

    Rnd 2: 2 sc in first sc of last rnd, sc in next 10 (12) sts, (2 sc in next, sc in next) 3 times, sc in next 9 (11), 2 sc in next, sc in next.

    Rnd 3: 2 sc in next, sc in next 11 (13), (2 sc in next, sc in next) twice, (sc in next, 2 sc in next) twice, sc in next 11 (13), 2 sc in next, sc in next, sl st in first sc of rnd, ch 1, turn.

    Rnd 4: Working in Back Loops only for this rnd, sc in each st around, sl st in first sc. 39 (43) sts. Fasten off.

    Boot
    Rnd 5: Working on heel of sole, center 13 sts. Working in front loops of rnd 3, with brown, join with sl st in first of 13 centered sts, sc in 11, sl st in next. Fasten off.

    Rnd 6: With gold yarn, join with a sc in middle st of last round at center back, sc in each st around. 39 (43) sts.

    Rnd 7: Sc in next 14 (16) sts, skip next, hdc in next, skip next, dc in next 2, dc next 2 sts together, dc in next 2, skip next, hdc in next, skip next, sc in next 13 (15).

    Rnd 8: Sc in next 13 (15), skip next, sc in next, skip next, sc in next 3, skip next, sc in next, skip next, sc in next 12 (14).

    Rnd 9: Sc in next 12 (14), (skip next, sc in next) 4 times, sc in next 10 (12).

    Rnd 10: Sc in next 6 (7), sl st in next 5 (6), skip next, sc in next 3, skip next, sl st in next 5 (6), sc in next 5 (6), sc in first sc of round, sl st in next. Fasten off.

    Rnd 11: With brown and working in Back Loops only for this rnd, join with a sc in sc before sl st of last rnd, sc in next 10 (12), skip next, sc in next 2, skip next, sc in next 9 (11).

    Rnd 12: Sc in next 22. (for large size, skip 2 sts somewhere at toe and you will have 24 sc.)

    Rnd 13: Sc in each sc around. 22 (24) sc.

    Rnd 14: Repeat rnd 13.

    Rnd 15: 2 sc in next, sc in next 11 (12), 2 sc in next, sc in 9 (10), sc in first sc of rnd.

    Rnd 16: Sc in next 24 (26).

    Rnd 17-18: Repeat rnd 16.

    Rnd 19: Sc in next 4 (5), hdc in next, skip next, dc in next, 4 dc in next, dc in next, skip next, hdc in next, sc in next 5 (6), hdc in next, skip next, dc in next, 4 dc in next, dc in next, skip next, hdc in next, sc in next, sl st in first sc of rnd. Fasten off.

    Gold Edge
    Rnd 1: With gold yarn, join with a sc in center back, sc in each st around with 2 sc in 2nd dc of each 4 dc group of last rnd.

    Rnd 2: Skip first sc of last rnd, sc in each sc around with 2 sc in 2nd sc of 2 sc group of last rnd, sl st in first sc. Fasten off.

    Decoration on Front
    Row 1: Going back to the front loops of rnd 11 and working in the 3 center front loops, with gold yarn, sc in each of 3 center loops, ch 1, turn.

    Row 2-3: Sc in 3 sc, ch 1, turn.

    Row 4: (sc, hdc) in first sc, 3 dc in next, (hdc, sc) in last sc. Fasten off. Tack top of emblem to boot.

    Decoration on Sides
    With single strand of gold, ch 25 (30). Arrange in design (look at pic) and tack in place.

  17. Would anyone know where I can get the pattern for the “Heart in a Granny Square” pattern?
    I have seen it made up as a baby’s Blanket – pink hearts surrounded in a white Granny square.
    Many thanks for you help in advance.
    Cheers from Vic.

  18. Your style is really unique in comparison to other
    folks I’ve read stuff from. Many thanks for posting when you have the opportunity,
    Guess I will just bookmark this page.

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