Tag Archives: Ladies

Brrrr! Perfect for those chilly winter days!

Here are my latest pair of what I will call Glittens. 😉 They are nice and long but can be folded to made shorter, and you can have the mitten style or the fingerless mittens. Crocheted in #4 denim colored yarn with sparkle dark blue embellishments, and little round gold buttons to fasten the mitt to if you want fingerless. The pattern uses HBhdc (Herring Bone half double crochet) stitch and single crochet.

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Beginnings of Christmas Gifts

So crochet has been slow this summer. I have begun working on Christmas gifts. I have finished one hat for sailors that I donate to out in Alabama called Fishers of Men Ministries. Last year I donated 32 crocheted winter beanies for the sailors.

I have also nearly finished a fedora-style hat by Suvi at Suvi’s Crochet – suviscrochet.blogspot.com. She calls it Suvi’s Spring Hat. This is going to be a Christmas gift for a special lady I know who loves wearing hats and she wears them well.

I have done it in varigated browns with a fuchsia colored dogwood flower and 2 sparkle green leaves, and the band is also sparkle green.

I am having great fun with this and will post pics when finished.

Thank you Suvi for your free pattern at http://suviscrochet.blogspot.com/2014/05/spring-hat.html ❤

More Crochet Mitten Fingerless Gloves

As we are nearing Spring, we may still have use for a little something to take the chill off and keep our fingers free.

Peacock colored crocodile stitch fingerless gloves

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Blue Jean and Dark Blue Sparkle Colored crocodile stitch fingerless gloves

Peacock and Light Aqua colored scaly fingerless mittens I just may decide to keep for me

Pretty in Pinks, Lavenders & Grays

This little set for a gift to a dear friend turned out very nice! And just in time for all this snowy weather we are finally getting. Fingerless scale stitch glove with a cuff that can be folded or stretched out for length. Crocheted flower button fastens this pretty cowl to warm your neck.

Who doesn’t love cozy comfy warm slipper socks?

Yes, my dear oldest daughter found a great pattern for these lovely bulky knee-high socks. It took a bit longer than I had hoped, but that is because of some new stitches and techniques. They were great fun and match my daughter’s Christmas presents in the same colors. She said she could do without the little flower accents. As usual when I make slippers, I added some liquid rubber to make the soles non-slip.

I was so very glad that Nadia Fuad at Yarnutopia made a wonderful, easy to follow video to go along with the pattern. I used a little bigger yarn, so they were a little chunkier. You may find the pattern and video here: Knee-High Socks Nadia is very talented!