Ayesha Fatima

Ayesha Fatima

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Free Crochet Pattern

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Crocheted baby boy outfits can be hard to find. Not any more! This darling outfits is simple yet stylish for the newest member of your family! Size: 6, 12 and 18 months. Made with fine (sport) weight yarn and sizes C/2/2.75mm and E/4/3.5mm hooks. Skill Level: Experienced

Crocheted baby boy outfits can be hard to find. This darling outfits is simple yet stylish for the newest member of your family! Size: 12 and 18 months. Made with fine (sport) weight yarn and sizes and hooks.

Sweet Baby Hoodie [Free Crochet Pattern] This hoodie looks adorable and is very comfortable. The pattern is easy, good for beginners and grows quickly as you stitch it. You can make it in any colour you need to match the rest of outfit and make it unique by adding a matching edge. #freecrochetpatterns #hoodie #babyboy #babygirl #forkids

Sweet Baby Hoodie [Free Crochet Pattern] This hoodie looks adorable and is very comfortable. The pattern is easy, good for beginners and grows quickly as you stitch it. You can make it in any colour you need to match the rest of outfit and make it unique by adding a matching edge. #freecrochetpatterns #hoodie #babyboy #babygirl #forkids

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Crochet Moroccan Garden Afghan – Free Pattern #freecrochetpattern #flower #afghan #blanket

Crochet Moroccan Garden Afghan – Free Pattern #freecrochetpattern #flower #afghan #blanket

Ravelry: Amigurumi Flower Colchicum pattern by Irina Mulyavko

Ravelry: Amigurumi Flower Colchicum pattern by Irina Mulyavko

I have been making a frenzy of octopuses…..octopuses? Is that the plural of octopus? I always call them octopi. This is a fun pattern that I worked up, and can be done with virtually any yarn…

I have been making a frenzy of octopuses…. Is that the plural of octopus? I always call them octopi. This is a fun pattern that I worked up, and can be done with virtually any yarn…