how do i get the free patterns can they be printed on paper
Click on the image to the pattern you want.
At the end of each blog post with a free pattern, there is a PDF file you can download.
Hello, I would like to know if there is more that one way to braid two hairpin lace loops together, and if so what the other method is. thank you
Please try a search on Youtube or on Pinterest to find visual tutorials or videos for this. There are many ways to braid hairpin loops together!
I love the knitting needle pattern, I’ll be making that, especially as I will get to use my new love of sewing to organise my old needles. I’ll be mentioning your site on my blog if that’s ok
Love to hear you found a free pattern on my site.
I use my needle book very often, when I am sewing. Before I would constantly misplace sewing needles. Now I know where they are :-)
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by number 19, do you by chance sell the hairpin lace looms? If you could let me know then I could give you my info to send it! Thank You
No, I don’t sell these. Mine are very cheap ones – just to illustrate you do not need big fancy ones – as long you make smaller projects.
You can get them on Amazon. The one from Susan Bates looks like mine. For smaller projects they are fine. If you want to work on a larger scale you have to buy a larger one.
I am trying to find a pattern of yours that I saw on Pinterest…I think it’s called “3D Honeycomb”. Can you help me please :)
Was it a free pattern? You can see them here:
I really love these coasters, I have made some for a horse charity that are really struggling at the moment, so going to sell six at a time (if ok with you please) at a fund raisind day. Going to use half of the bell coaster pattern to make an owl purse for a Christmas pressie for my six year old neighbour. You are very talented.
It is OK to make the coasters for charity.
Thank you, I’m sure they will sell very well, they are for the Lluest horse and pony trust in Carmarthenshire .
Early I know but Nadolig Llawen, Welsh for Merry Christmas . Diolch- Thank you
I also love the fox bag. I have recently fallen in love with fennec foxes. You should check a few pictures out, they are -adorable- and I think they will inspire you to make a really cute bag *wink wink*
I just did a search for the fennec foxes – they are quite cute :-)
The fox theme is still going on in my head, although I have been more in the direction towards polar foxes.
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I loooooved your papilon scarf, but i was wondering- what if i want to make it wider ? i mean like begin with Chain 30, and more…how do i crochet it in a larger scale ?
Do you think you can write the instruction / chart for wider papilon scarf ?
It would be great !!
thank you in advance,
You can simply make the scarf wider by repeating the butterfly pattern in the middle several times.
Love this bag going yo make it. What yarn can I use in replace of the ind used?
which bag do you mean?
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LOVE the fox bag, thanks
You are welcome:-)
Man these are so cute! I wish I was better at crocheting clothing type things, I’ve tried but that is just not my can of worms….(;
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