Free Crochet Pattern - Multi-Color Crochet Mug Warmer



PATTERN:

Materials:
-Worsted weight yarn
-Size I 5.5mm crochet hook
-Tapestry needle
-Decorative (or not so decorative) button

Begin with a foundation Ch of 15 (or longer or shorter depending on the height of your mug)
Row 2: Dc in the 2nd Ch from hook, Dc in each st (13 sts), Ch 2, turn
Rows 3-23 (or more or less depending on your mug circumference): Repeat row 2 (on row 23 do not Ch 2 at the end, just turn)
Row 24: Sl st in first 6 sts (or halfway across the row if you adjusted the pattern), Ch 8, sl st in very next st and in the next 6 sts, finish off, weave ends.
Sew your button onto the front of the work on the other end from the buttonhole loop (near your foundation Ch)
I hope you guys love sprucing up your mugs at home and get creative adjusting this pattern for a custom fit!

20+ MULTI-COLOR CROCHET STITCH TUTORIALS

Each of these stitch tutorials is made using multiple colors of yarn to create stunning effects! This crochet stitches list has something for everyone–beginner to advanced.  





1. Woven Overlay by New Stitch a Day

2. Granny Ripple by The Stitchin Mommy

3. Star Stitch by Lilia Craft Party

4. Larksfoot Stitch by Dream a Little Bigger

5. Two Color Plaited Basketweave by New Stitch a Day

6. Heart Stitch by B.hooked Crochet

7. Lazy Waves by Look at What I Made

8. The Block Stitch by Hopeful Honey

9. Two Color Interlocking Block by New Stitch a Day

10. Plaid Stitch by DIY Everywhere

11. Spike Stitch by Rescued Paw Designs

12. Crosshatch Stitch by New Stitch a Day

13. Tulip Stitch by Hopeful Honey

14. Sand Stitch by The Stitchin’ Mommy

15. Box Stitch by Crochet News

16. Multicolor Crochet by Knit-together

17. Strawberry Stitch by Love Crochet

18. Interlock Crochet by Niccup Crochet

19. Catherine Wheel by Oombawka Design Crochet

20. V Stitch by Hopeful Honey

Free Crochet Pattern - Crochet Mug Warmer/Cozy for ANY MUG!

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PATTERN:

Materials:
-Worsted weight yarn
-Size I 5.5mm crochet hook
-Tapestry needle
-Decorative (or not so decorative) button

Begin with a foundation Ch of 15 (or longer or shorter depending on the height of your mug)
Row 2: Dc in the 2nd Ch from hook, Dc in each st (13 sts), Ch 2, turn
Rows 3-23 (or more or less depending on your mug circumference): Repeat row 2 (on row 23 do not Ch 2 at the end, just turn)
Row 24: Sl st in first 6 sts (or halfway across the row if you adjusted the pattern), Ch 8, sl st in very next st and in the next 6 sts, finish off, weave ends.
Sew your button onto the front of the work on the other end from the buttonhole loop (near your foundation Ch)
I hope you guys love sprucing up your mugs at home and get creative adjusting this pattern for a custom fit!




How to Crochet a Hexagon

Crochet hexagons are a classic, timeless look that will never get old. And this tutorial will teach ya how to make hexies in ANY SIZE!

They work up so SO fast and you can make afghans, pillows, table runners, scarves, you name it!


PATTERN

Materials:

-Worsted weight yarn (I used Vanna’s Choice in sky blue, raspberry, and radiant lime)

-Size H 5mm crochet hook

-Tapestry needle

Make a magic ring, Ch 2, *2 Dc, Ch 2, repeat 5 more times, sl st to join, Ch 2

Round 2: Dc in each around, (Dc, Ch 2, Dc) in each Ch space, sl st to join, Ch 2

Repeat Round 2 until desired size is reached.

Easy Crochet Small Hearts





PATTERN:

Materials:
-Worsted weight yarn (although you could follow this pattern with just about any yarn and hook)
-Size H 5mm crochet hook
-Tapestry needle

***For the SMALL HEART: only complete round 1 and finish off
***For the MEDIUM HEART: complete rounds 1 & 2 and finish off
***For the LARGE HEART: complete rounds 1, 2, & 3 and finish off

Begin with a magic ring, Ch 2

Round 1: working inside the magic ring, work 3 Trc, 4 Dc, 1 Trc, 4 Dc, 3 Trc, Ch 2, sl st into the ring itself (not into a stitch!), if continuing, don’t turn
Round 2: Sc into Ch 2 from round 1, 2 Hdc in next, 3 Hdc in next st, 2 Hdc in next st, Hdc in next 3 sts, 2 Hdc in next st, (Hdc, Dc, Hdc) in next st, 2 Hdc in next st, Hdc in next 3 sts, 2 Hdc in next st, 3 Hdc in next st, 2 Hdc in next st, Sc and sl st into Ch 2 space from round 1, if continuing, don’t turn
Round 3: Sc in first 3 sts, *Sc, 2 Sc, repeat from * 2 more times, Sc in next 6 sts, 3 Sc in next st, Sc in next 6 sts, *2 Sc, Sc, repeat from * 2 more times, Sc in next st, sl st in last st, finish off

Don’t forget to PIN this pattern to your Pinterest boards!

How To Crochet a Magic Ring

A magic ring is a way to begin crocheting in the round by crocheting over an adjustable loop and then pulling the loop tight. The advantage of the magic ring method (below, right) is that, unlike the regular “chain 2, x single crochet in 2nd chain from hook” method (below, left), there is no hole left in the middle of your starting round.



Make a loop a few inches from the end of your yarn. Grasp the join of the loop (where the 2 strands of yarn overlap) between your left thumb and forefinger

Insert hook into the loop from front to back. Draw up a loop

Ch 1 (or as many as stated in your pattern). Note: this does NOT count as a stitch

Insert hook into the loop, so you are crocheting over the loop and the yarn tail. Draw up a loop to begin your first sc of Rnd 1

Complete the sc. Continue to crochet over the loop and the yarn tail until you have the required number of sc for your first round

Grab the yarn tail and pull to draw the centre of the ring tightly closed

Begin your second round by crocheting into the first stitch of the first round (below, left).

Miniature Bag Free Crochet Pattern




Pattern:

R1: 8sc in magic loop
R2: 8 increases | 16sc
R3: (1sc, 1inc) x8 |24sc
R4: 1sc in each stitch | 24sc
R5: (2sc,1inc) x8 |32sc
R6- R11: 1sc in each stitch | 32sc
R12: 5sc, 10ch, skip 6sc, 10sc, 10ch, skip 6sc, 5sc
R13: 5sl st, sc along the ch, 10sl st, sc along the ch, 5sl st


How to Crochet a Beanie Beginner Tutorial


Materials:
Size I or 5.5 mm hook
Your Favorite Yarn



Abbreviations:
DC = Double Crochet
CH= chain
SC= Single Crochet





1st Round: Ch 4, slip stitch to first chain to form a circle
2nd Round: Ch 2, 3 dc in each space (4 spaces) 12 stitches total. Slip Stitch at the end of the round
3rd Round: Ch 2 (dc 2 times in first stitch, dc 1) repeat all the way around (2 dc, dc 1), slip stitch to finish the round. 18 Stitches total.
4th Round: ch 2 (dc 2 times in first stitch, dc 2), repeat (2 dc, dc 2) slip stitch to finish round, 24 stitches total.
5th round: ch2 (dc 2 times in first stitch, dc 3) repeat (2 dc, dc 3) slip stitch to finish round, 30 stitches total
6th round: ch 2 (dc 2 times in first stitch, dc 4) repeat (2 dc, dc 4) slip stitch to finish round, 36 total stitches
7th round: ch 2 (dc 2 times in first stitch, dc 5) repeat (2 dc, dc 5) slip stitch to finish round, 42 stitches total
8th round: ch 2 (dc 2 times in first stitch, dc 6) repeat (2 dc, dc 6) slip stitch to finish round, 48 stitches
9th round: ch 2, dc in each space around, slip stitch to finish round. Repeat until desired hat size, mine was 7.5 inches
SC Border: ch 1, sc in each space around the hat for 2 rows. slip stitch and tie off. Weave in ends.


Crochet Baby Strap Flip Flop Sandals Pattern





You can get the pattern here: http://www.whistleandivy.com/2014/06/crochet-baby-flip-flop-sandals.html

How to Size Crochet Beanies


HOW TO SIZE CROCHET HATS + MASTER BEANIE PATTERN


When you crochet beanies from the top down and you stop increasing, that doesn’t necessarily mean that the hat won’t continue to widen for a few rows. It will take several rows after stopping the increases before it begins to really straighten out on the sides. So, we have a handy dandy chart that tells you when to stop increasing so you don’t end up with a fruit bowl or worse: a lamp shade.




If you are making for a child, you will want to stop increasing when the width of the hat reaches about 6.5”. Use the guide above as a general rule of thumb. Check the width of your beanie after every round. When you get the crown of the hat about as wide as suggested, simply stop increasing. If you stop increasing at 6.5″ and have 60 sts in that round, you would continue making 60 st rows until you reach the desired length. In this case about 7.5 – 8″.

30 Minute Crochet Newborn Baby Beanie

Hello fellow crocheters!



Today I am sharing with you the latest installment of my crochet chronicles... a 30 minute crochet newborn baby beanie!




This project had to be quick and simple though as my checklist is long and there is no time to waste!


The hat I made is in a NEWBORN size – perfect for tiny little cuties.




PATTERN:

Materials

-Worsted weight yarn (I used Joann’s Big Twist in Nursery Rhyme Variegated)

-Size H 5mm crochet hook

-Tapestry needle


Begin with a magic ring, Ch 2, 11 Dc in magic ring, sl st to join, Ch 2

Round 2: 2 Dc in each st around, sl st to join, Ch 2

Round 3: *2 Dc in first st, Dc in next st*, repeat from * around, sl st to join, Ch 2

Round 4: *2 Dc in first st, Dc in next 2 sts*, repeat from * around, sl st to join, Ch 2

Round 5-10: Dc in each st around, sl st to join, Ch 2

Round 11: Sc in each st around, sl st to join, finish off, weave ends

This beanie is so quick and easy – it will probably only take you 30 minutes to whip up!