Thursday, May 22, 2008

Free Crochet Pattern

Remember the Crocheted Doodling?

Well, I have finally written the pattern and it is on my Free Crochet Patterns!

It is really simple to do so there is no excuse for not trying!

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I have finally finished the upper case letters. I am now working on the lower case set. I am up to "u" so, with a bit of luck, I can get them finished today and blocked over night ready to photograph on the weekend.

I am hoping to get all of these, along with the punctuation and numbers, on to my site for sale this weekends. I can sell the finished items before the pattern is ready as I can use my notes to make them.

Then I have to remake everything to check that I have written the pattern properly. I do this in a different thread which I use for the photos for the pattern. Unfortunately, the thread I started using is only available in the UK as it is manufactured by a UK company. Also, they have changed a few of their lines and I can't get it as easily as I used to.

This means that I have to write the patterns using a different thread that is available in the US as well. I am slowly building up a stash of this in different colours and, as soon as I have a decent colour range, I will swap everything on the site over to the same thread as the patterns. It will save taking twice as many photos!

11 comments:

  1. I think I might make this my first attempt at crocheting anything more complicated than a chain.

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  2. Love your crocheted alphabet! Beautiful work as always.

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  3. WOW - this is fabulous! I may even have a go at crocheting myself! If I ever manage to make something blogworthy LOL I shall let you know.

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  4. I love crocheting but really don't do it often enough or with such style that you do, the doodling is wonderful...how talented are you xxx

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  5. ok, so am i stupid or what? where do i find the patterns??

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    1. Just click on the link in the post.

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  6. I must be very thick cause I can't find the pattern, even with following the link !! Help

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    1. The link takes you to the free patterns page where there are links to all of the free patterns.

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  8. Same here. I click the link and I see free patterns but not one for the letters

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    1. The letters are not a free pattern, they are on http://www.enfys.me.uk/english/patterns/crochet-patterns-for-scrapbooking.htm

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