October 20, 2015 at 2:59 pm (Uncategorized)
Otis, along with a very cute lineup of fellow kitties, is featured at Katzenworld.co.uk today for Tummy Rub Tuesday!
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Please find below the photos for this week:
Misha is back from Why Cats Rule the World to show off her cuddly tummy!
Our very own Angel is back for another round of tummy rubs. 😀
And to stick with the fluffy theme here is Otis from Create-A-Holic Writer.
Someone needs a tummy rub! 😀 More on Curious Red Panda.
A round of awwwwwwws is certainly needed for this cute entry from lucindalines
Coco is back for another round of rubs. 😀
Today is most certainly a tummy rub tuesday of fluffiness! More of Miko on Ms Mouse Cleans House
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October 7, 2015 at 2:46 pm (Crochet & Crafting)
Tags: christmas crochet, crochet, easy beginner project, free pattern, jingle bells, link to Fiber Flux site, ripple pattern, tablet clutch
Yes, I know that summer’s barely over and here I am talking about jingle bells! But I felt like working on something quick and easy and I thought I’d make something fun to use during the here-before-you-know-it Christmas season.
I just used a basic ripple pattern, alternating red and white yarn. Instead of using buttons, I sewed on little jingle bells and made crocheted loops to fasten over them.
Très festive, oui?
Here’s the pattern I used, along with a 5.5 mm hook, one ball each of red worsted weight and white worsted weight yarns.
Using red yarn, chain 28 (or whatever the width of your tablet)
Row 1: 2 single crochet (sc) in second chain from hook; *sc in each of the next 7 chains (ch); skip 1 ch; sc in each of the next 7 ch; 3 sc in next ch; repeat from * across to the end. In the last ch, work 2 sc.
Row 2: Ch 1; 2 sc in first st; *sc in each of next 7 sts; skip 2 sc; sc in each of next 7 sts; 3 sc in next st; repeat from * across to the end. In the last st, work 2 sc.
Repeat Row 2, changing colours after every 3 rows.
Once you have a block that’s large enough to fold and contain your tablet, sc right around all edges to finish it neatly. Then fold it into a clutch shape, and on wrong side, stitch together side seams. Sew 3 little jingle bells in place as shown in photo, then use sc to make 3 loops (see photo for placement) for fastening over bells.
I’m never certain that my instructions are clear enough, so as back up, here’s a great free pattern for a crochet clutch in the same ripple pattern at a wonderful crochet site called Fiber Flux; here’s the link: http://www.fiberfluxblog.com/2014/01/free-crochet-patterngraphic-chevron.html