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Bi-Weekly Pattern Share

Hi Everyone!

Here again to share some patterns I have been working on 🙂

My friend recently got a Shiba Inu so I wanted to make a dog toy for him. I found an easy pattern on Maz’s blog Bea Crafter. I followed the shape from her pattern, but changed used a HDC instead of a SC. It came out looking pretty much the same and I think he will enjoy playing with it for a little while.

Here are my results:

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I really recommend trying out this pattern since it’s easy and quick. You will have lots to give away to your dog lover friends or for your own dog!

The second pattern I wanted to share is a Christmas themed baby hat. I know Christmas is miles away, but you can never be too early for an elf hat! 🙂 I found the pattern on Amber’s The Flighty Crafter blog. I love making baby items because they finish so quickly and turn out so cute!

Here are my results:

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I still have to attach the pom pom at the top, but I really like how it turned out.

The last pattern I want to share in this post is going to be the other half of the Christmas baby outfit. I wanted to use up my Lion Brand Christmas yarn so I used the homespun to start a diaper cover. I haven’t gotten that far, but I like how it is turning out. I found the pattern on Casey’s The Bradens blog. Her finished diaper looks so cute!

Here are my results so far:

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I am going to add a border with some white yarn to make it more festive.

Those are the patterns for this pattern share post. Try them out!

Thank you for visiting my blog! 🙂

-Jessica

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Disney Tsum Tsum Baymax Crochet Coaster Pattern

Hi Everyone!

I am very excited about the pattern I am going to share with you today. I am obsessed with the Disney Tsum Tsum game that you can play on your phone because you can collect so many different characters. I was inspired to make up a coaster pattern with the faces of some of the Tsum Tsum characters from the game. The first one I made was a Baymax coaster since it really simple. I also made Donald Duck and Daisy Duck coasters, which I will share soon 🙂

Lets get started!

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Materials

5.00 mm (H) Hook

White Yarn (Red Heart Super Saver)

Black Yarn (A small amount)

Black Felt

Tapestry Needles

Scissors

Abbreviations

MR = Magic Ring

HDC = Half-Double Crochet

FO = Finish Off

CH = Chain

SLST = Slip Stitch

Pattern

For Coaster (make 2):

Round 1: Make MR and CH 2. Make 10 HDC in MR. SLST into top of the CH 2. (10)

Round 2: CH 2. Make 2 HDC into each stitch around. SLST into top of the CH 2. (20)

Round 3: CH 2. Make 2 HDC into 1st stitch then 1 HDC into the next. Repeat around. SLST into top of the CH 2. (30)

Round 4: CH 2. Make 2 HDC into 1st stitch then 1 HDC into next 2 stitches. Repeat around. SLST into top of the CH 2. (40)

Round 5: CH 2. Make 2 HDC into 1st stitch then 1 HDC into next 3 stitches. Repeat around. SLST into top of the CH 2. (50)

FO. Leave a long tail for one of the coasters. Attach face. Using the long tail weave the two coasters together.

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Using the black felt, cut out circles equal to the size of these circles:

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Using the black yarn cut a length of yarn equal to the length of this line (it is longer than what you see in the picture because the extra yarn was used to attach the yarn onto the back of one coaster):

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The two vertical lines represent the actual length of yarn that will be on the face

Note: Make sure to attach the face before sewing the two coasters together.

That’s it! If you have any questions feel free to leave me a comment 🙂

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Ravelry Pattern Page:

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-Jessica

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**Please do not claim or sell this pattern as your own. Please be aware that Disney Characters are a Trademark of Disney.**

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Bi-Weekly Pattern Share

Hi Everyone!

I am sorry that I am a little late with this edition of the bi-weekly pattern share. Been busy finishing my retro circle blanket that I decided to make into a baby blanket. I have also been making other baby items that I will talk about in this post 🙂 Baby items are so fast to make and turn out so cute!

The first pattern I want to share is a baby bonnet that was a really quick project. I followed Myshelle’s pattern on her Mamma That Makes Blog. I used a bigger hook because I wanted to make the bonnet slightly bigger.

Here are my results:

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Adorable! This would be perfect for a newborn baby set.

The second pattern I want to share is another baby item that I made into an outfit with the bonnet on my etsy page. I have seen many diaper patterns around and decided to finally make one. Once again it was a quick and easy to follow pattern. I found this pattern by looking at Sarah’s Repeat Crafter Me Mickey and Minnie Diaper Cover Blog Post. Her post had a link to Amber’s Flower Creations Blog where the diaper cover pattern is found. I finished the bonnet and diaper cover in a couple of hours and am pleased with how they came out.

Here are my results:

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The final pattern I want to share in this post is a potholder/coaster pattern that I had a lot of fun making. I used Daina’s Contemporary Coaster pattern on her Ravelry page. I like the texture of the cotton yarn and the colour combination. The coaster is large enough to be a small potholder.

Here are my results:

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I think this would make a great housewarming gift, along with some other crocheted items 🙂

Enjoy making some or all of these patterns! Thank you for visiting my blog!

See you next time!

-Jessica

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