Scrappy Dumbledore’s Army Afghan with Chart

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Finished afghan is 150 x 200 plus a one row sc edge.

Note: I made mine with the background being scraps of yarn (Every color but black[even in the variegated], because I didn’t want the background to blend with the D.A. logo). You can do a solid background, if you’d like. If you do use scrap, make sure the yarn is all the same weight and material. It’s not a good thing to make anything with both worsted and bulky (unless that’s what you’re going for.) Likewise, if you use a washable acrylic and a non-washable wool, you may end up with unplanned shrinkage in places when you wash it.

Materials: H Hook and worsted weight yarn (Caron One Pound in Black for the D.A. Logo, anything you want for the outside.)

Using background color, chain 151. Sc across. Follow the chart for the rest of the afghan. After the last row is finished, edge the whole afghan in black with one sc in each row or stitch and 3 sc in each corner.

Dumbledore's Army Chart

I did mine using tapestry crochet. For a reference on how to use this technique, see How to Follow a Chart Using Tapestry Crochet.

Please note: This pattern is free for your use. Please feel free to make as many as you want of the finished project. NOTE: I have no affiliation with Harry Potter or JK Rowling. If you choose to sell your final product, please credit this site for the pattern. Please DO NOT SELL the pattern. Thanks!

Scrappy Dark Mark Afghan Pattern With Chart

Dark Mark Afghan Finished

Finished afghan is 150 x 200 plus a one row sc edge.

Note: I made mine with the background being scraps of yarn (Every color but black, because I didn’t want the background to blend with the Dark Mark). You can do a solid background, if you’d like. If you do use scrap, make sure the yarn is all the same weight and material. It’s not a good thing to make anything with both worsted and bulky (unless that’s what you’re going for.) Likewise, if you use a washable acrylic and a non-washable wool, you may end up with unplanned shrinkage in places when you wash it.

Materials: H Hook and worsted weight yarn (Caron One Pound in Black for the Dark Mark, anything you want for the outside.)

Using background color, chain 151. Sc across. Follow the chart for the rest of the afghan. After the last row is finished, edge the whole afghan in black with one sc in each row or stitch and 3 sc in each corner.

 

Dark Mark Afghan

I did mine using tapestry crochet. For a reference on how to use this technique, see How to Follow a Chart Using Tapestry Crochet.

Please note: This pattern is free for your use. Please feel free to make as many as you want of the finished project. NOTE: I have no affiliation with Harry Potter or JK Rowling. If you choose to sell your final product, please credit this site for the pattern. Please DO NOT SELL the pattern. Thanks!

Scrappy Weeping Angel Afghan

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Finished afghan is 200 x 150 plus a one row sc edge.

Note: I made mine with the background being scraps of yarn (Every color but grey, because I didn’t want the background to blend with the Weeping Angel). You can do a solid background, if you’d like. If you do use scrap, make sure the yarn is all the same weight and material. It’s not a good thing to make anything with both worsted and bulky (unless that’s what you’re going for.) Likewise, if you use a washable acrylic and a non-washable wool, you may end up with unplanned shrinkage in places when you wash it.

Materials: H Hook and worsted weight yarn (Red Heart Dove and Black for the Weeping Angel, anything you want for the outside. Note: Dove is a variegated grey, but you can use a solid grey color if you want.)

Using Dove, chain 201. Sc across. Follow the chart for the rest of the afghan. After the last row is finished, edge the whole afghan in black with one sc in each row or stitch and 3 sc in each corner.

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I did mine using tapestry crochet. For a reference on how to use this technique, see How to Follow a Chart Using Tapestry Crochet.

Please note: This pattern is free for your use. Please feel free to make as many as you want of the finished project. NOTE: I have no affiliation with Dr. Who or the BBC. If you choose to sell your final product, please credit this site for the pattern. Please DO NOT SELL the pattern. Thanks!

 

Scrappy Dalek Afghan Pattern With Chart

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Scrappy Dalek Afghan

My cat, Xander, is featured in the bottom right corner.

Finished afghan is 150 x 200 plus a one row sc edge.

Note: I made mine with the background being scraps of yarn (Every color but gold, because I didn’t want the background to blend with the Dalek). You can do a solid background, if you’d like. If you do use scrap, make sure the yarn is all the same weight and material. It’s not a good thing to make anything with both worsted and bulky (unless that’s what you’re going for.) Likewise, if you use a washable acrylic and a non-washable wool, you may end up with unplanned shrinkage in places when you wash it.

Materials: H Hook and worsted weight yarn (Vanna’s Choice Honey and Black for the Dalek, anything you want for the outside.)

Using background color, chain 151. Sc across. Follow the chart for the rest of the afghan. After the last row is finished, edge the whole afghan in black with one sc in each row or stitch and 3 sc in each corner.

Dalek Afghan

I did mine using tapestry crochet. For a reference on how to use this technique, see How to Follow a Chart Using Tapestry Crochet.

Please note: This pattern is free for your use. Please feel free to make as many as you want of the finished project. NOTE: I have no affiliation with Dr. Who or the BBC. If you choose to sell your final product, please credit this site for the pattern. Please DO NOT SELL the pattern. Thanks!

Find My Tribe

Originally posted on Hand Stitch:

The ones that make me feel the most ME. The ones that lift me up and help me remember who I really am.

The ones that remind me a blip in the road is just that–a blip–not to mistake it for an earthquake. Even if it were to be an earthquake, they would be there with an earthquake emergency supply kit.

They are the ones–when I walk out of a room–they make me feel like a better person than when I walked in. They are the ones even if I don’t see ‘em face-to-face as often as I’d like, I see ‘em heart-to-heart. I love my tribe.

Today’s special knitting treat is Knitarin-Karin Hess‘s new design Pulswärmer Rosemarie–in both English and German–FREE ’til August 24th.  No coupon code needed.

For you Whovians, this is just what the Doctor’s ordered.  Scrappy Tardis Afghan crochet pattern…

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Scrappy TARDIS Afghan Pattern With Chart

002Finished afghan is 150 x 200 plus a one row sc edge.

Note: I made mine with the background being scraps of yarn (Every color but blue, because I didn’t want the background to blend with the TARDIS). You can do a solid background, if you’d like. If you do use scrap, make sure the yarn is all the same weight and material. It’s not a good thing to make anything with both worsted and bulky (unless that’s what you’re going for.) Likewise, if you use a washable acrylic and a non-washable wool, you may end up with unplanned shrinkage in places when you wash it.

Materials: H Hook and worsted weight yarn (Vanna’s Choice Colonial Blue, Black, and White for the TARDIS, anything you want for the outside.)

Using background color, chain 151. Sc across. Follow the chart for the rest of the afghan. After the last row is finished, edge the whole afghan in black with one sc in each row or stitch and 3 sc in each corner.

Tardis Afghan Chart

I did mine using tapestry crochet. For a reference on how to use this technique, see How to Follow a Chart Using Tapestry Crochet.

Please note: This pattern is free for your use. Please feel free to make as many as you want of the finished project. NOTE: I have no affiliation with Dr. Who or the BBC. If you choose to sell your final product, please credit this site for the pattern. Please DO NOT SELL the pattern. Thanks!

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