Layers of Lace Bundle
So, you know the “Layers of Lace” Crochet Bundle is a steal, right? With over 40 crochet patterns at 90% off, plus special bonuses, this bundle is a must grab.
But, if that’s not enough the Furls Crochet team has thrown in a few special bonuses to sweeten the deal. When you grab a copy of the “Layers of Lace” Crochet Pattern Bundle, not only will you get 40 premium handpicked patterns perfect for the warm weather season, you’ll get a chance to WIN PRIZES. Each day a new winner is determined. If you don’t win one day, you’ll roll over the next day’s drawing!
These prizes are amazing! From a Yarn Bowl, to an Odyssey Hook to a $50 Gift Card, the prizes are not to pass up. You automatically enter the drawing when you get your own “Layers of Lace” Crochet Pattern Bundle copy.
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Purchase this amazing bundle of 40 crochet patterns through this link and receive a bonus – a $10.00 gift certificate to My Fingers Fly. Another bonus available – 300+ Crochet Tips and Tricks Ebook https://myfingersfly–nickishomemadecrafts.thrivecart.com/crochet-tips-tricks/
Bonus Pattern – Granny Triangle Bandana
Remember when Mom (or Grandma) taught you to make your first shawl? You were so proud of that accomplishment, every woman and girl in the family received a shawl that Christmas! Using that same pattern, I worked up some easy Triangle Bandanas using cotton worsted yarn and a size G hook. It’s a quick and easy pattern and only takes about 85 yards of yarn (I used I Love This Cotton). Make a few different colors to wear with your summer outfits. Bandana measures approximately 14″ wide and can be adjusted to any size you need.
85 yards cotton worsted yarn
Size G (4.0 mm) crochet hook
Row 1: Ch 4, 3 dc in 4th ch from hook, ch 2, 3 dc in same ch.
Row 2: Ch 3 (counts as first dc throughout), turn, 2 dc in first st, ch 1, in ch-2 sp work 3 dc, ch 2, 3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc in last st of row.
Row 3: Ch 3, turn, 2 dc in first st, ch 1, *work 3 dc in next ch-1 sp, ch 1,* repeat until you reach ch-2 space. Work 3 dc, ch 2, 3 dc in ch-2 sp. Ch 1, repeat * to * until the last ch-1 sp, then ch 1, 3 dc in last dc of row.
Rows 4-14: Repeat Row 3 until you get to desired width. At Row 14, bandana measures approximately 15″ wide by 8.5″ deep. Adjust the number of rows for a smaller bandana for a child or a larger one to cover thick hair.
Next Row: Ch 1, turn to work across long edge. Work 2 sc across the edge of each row end. Lay flat and adjust number of sts if necessary. When you get to the end of the row, ch 50 (approximately 10″) for the tie. Fasten off, tighten last ch, and tie a knot close to the last ch. On the opposite side, attach yarn and repeat for the second tie.
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Summer Amigurumi Bundle
I am so excited to join 15 other indie designs in the SUMMER AMIGURUMI BLOG HOP hosted by Anvi’s Granny Handicrafts. Each day will feature a different amigurumi design you can download free. To see other patterns in the hop, please visit Anvi’s Granny Handicrafts. https://youtu.be/hujE3cnrb_8
Thursday’s featured pattern is Amigurumi Bee from Raffamusa. Isn’t she the sweetest thing?
If you are a busy crocheter and cannot come back every day to download the free patterns, Joy has put together an exclusive pattern bundle for you including all 16 amigurumi patterns for 80% off.
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New Pattern, 24-hour Sale
This Dragon at Sunset Pillow Sham crochet pattern has just been listed on Etsy, and it’s 50% off for 24 hours only. Hurry and get your copy. It makes a great gift for dragon lovers!
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