Little Kitty Marie

Hello everyone! It's time for a new tutorial again! Finally! This time we're havings a kitty! Cute huh? I would appreciate it very much if you took a look at my T.O.U. first. That page also has other practical information too Thank you! Now let's do some serious crocheting!

Once upon a time there was a very hungry caterpillar

Before starting with the tutorial, please take a look at my Terms of use. There's also Dutch translation online! Good luck crocheting and if you have questions, just ask them. I'm here at your service! ^.-

Yarn Spool

Originally, this yarn spool was a part of a big project that I had in mind.  But after a lot of thinking, I've decided to post it separately. Before getting started, please take a look at my T.O.U.! Good luck crocheting!

Yarn spool - top/bottom (make two)
Round 1: Magic ring 6, slip stitch
Round 2: chain one, increase all, slip stitch
Round 3: chain one, *1sc, increase*, (repeat*) slip stitch
Round 4: chain one, sc all, slip stitch and finish off

Yarn spool - middle
Round 1: Magic ring 8
Round 2-3-4-5: sc all
Finish off

Sew the top and bottom on to the middle part like so.
If you want to, you can wrap the spool with the yarn of your choice like I did.
When your done wrapping, just sew it tightly but not too tight!!
Then sew it through the top and pull the needle out. And voilà! Your done!

Katia's Ruffled Scarf

Today I'm going to show you how to crochet this beautiful scarf! See how it ruffles! And oops! I forgot to refer you to my terms of use
So voilà! Have fun!

For this tutorial you will need:
- a 5mm/H-size crochet hook
- Katia yarn

Crazy Pink Tomato

So I finally made my own genetic manipulated tomato/pumpkin! Ha-ha!
It's pretty easy to make and I'll show you how!
If you want to create a bigger one follow the three extra rounds while increasing and the extra three rounds while decreasing.
For the smaller one just follow the instructions written in black.

Crocheting beads in 20 steps!

I made lots of these in secondary school. You can crochet necklaces, bracelets, key chains etc...with this technique.
You can also use all kinds of beads. I use rocailles beads from Guterman. But you can use whatever kind of beads you prefer! Just play with it! You'll be surprised what kind of effect you'll get! Don't forget to read my Terms Of Use first!

California Roll

Fillings: make 2
  1. With green, mg 6, join red-orange (6) 
  2. With red-orange: increase in each of the next three stitches. Join red: increase in each of the next three stitches, join white (12) 
  3. With white: *sc, increase*, repeat* until your round is finished. (18) 
  4. Cut about 1cm of the green, red-orange and red. Finish off and leave a long tail of white. 
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