Saturday, August 30, 2014

Mini Hats - Crochet Pattern Collection of Mini Hats

This is a fun Collection of Mini Hat 
Free Crochet Patterns.
These are called "Mini Hats" 
Because the sit on top of the head.
You can add ties to keep them on.
 They are intended as photo props or 
for fun costumes, not for warmth.

The Model in this photograph is my Dog,
He is a professional Dog Model.
He loves to model and is paid a very high salary,
of  dog treats
for every modeling session.
He often" whines" for a raise, and I am so
 appreciative of his work that
 I  have been known to give him 
several "raises" in one photo session.
These fun Little Hats can be used for 
human photo props too!
They are perfect for setting on a baby's head,  
or even as on a adults head for fun!


All these crochet patterns 
are written by me,
Sara Sach of

Just Click the name of the Pattern You want,
And it will take you to the blog 
where the Free pattern is located.





I think These Little Mini Hats 
are so much fun.
I several more ideas in my head
 for some more.



Friday, August 29, 2014

Design our own Wig Contest!!

Design Your Own Crochet Wig Contest!!!

Come join us in a fun Contest!
Please, Comment below 
if you are planning on participating!

Rules:
1. You must use my Free Crochet pattern 
as the base of your Wig.
You can find it here: 

You can make it any color or
 combination of colors, 
and you can add any 
embellishments you like.
(You do not have to use the bow.)

2. You must submit a picture of your
 entry by Sept.19th.
Winner will be chosen on
Sept 30th

How to submit a picture:
You can post to my
 facebook page at 
or you can email it to me 
by using the contact tab
 here on the blog.

You can submit as a many entries as you want!!

Prize!
What prize?
You want a prize for the winner?

Winner Will Receive......

Wait for it....
Wait for it......

yes!!!!!  That's right!!!!

***Yarn!***

From 



The Style and Colors
 have yet to be announced.
I mean, does it really matter?
It's yarn!!!
So go ahead and get
 started on your wig,
and keep checking back!!!



Thursday, August 28, 2014

Mini Elf Hat Crochet Pattern

Are you ready for Christmas?
And Christmas Pictures?

Here is a little Elf Hat to get you started.

This is such a cute little hat.
 I was inspired by the hat Will Ferrell 
Wore in Elf the Movie.
It is my all time favorite Christmas movie.
And The fun thing about this hat ,
 is you can make it inany color combination, 
and use it for a photo prop, 
or party hat!



See The Video Tutorial on my Youtube Channel 
at this LINK
Mini Elf Hat Crochet Pattern
By Sara Sach
Please, hop over to Ravelry and add this pattern to your favorites.

Skill: Easy

Materials :
Crochet Hook-H
Yarn - Worsted WEight (4)  - Red Heart - Super saver (4)
Spring green C1, Golden rod C2,  Red C3
Stitch Marker
Yarn Needle

Stitches:
Chain ( ch)
Single crochet (sc)
Double Crochet (dc)
half Double crochet ( hdc)

Size: 5 X 4 inches

Note : The Top of the hat is worked in rounds.

R : 1 - With C1, Ch 3(counts as 1 sc) 4 sc in the 2nd ch from the hook. 
Mark your rounds with a stitch marker.( 5sc)

R : 2 - *1 sc in the next st, 2 sc in the next st*, repeat from * to *, 1 sc in the last sc,
(7sc)
 .
R : 3 - 1 sc in the next st, *2 sc in the next, 1 sc in the next 2 sts*
repeat from * to *. 2 times, (10sc)

R : 4 - *1 sc in the next 3 sts, 2 sc in the st*, repeat from * to * 1 time, (12sc)

R : 5 - *1 sc in the next 2 sts, 2 sc in the next st*, repeat from * to * 3 times,
(16sc)

R : 6 - *1 sc in next 3 sts, 2 sc in next st*, repeat from * to * 3 times, (20sc)

R : 7 - *1 sc in next 3 sts, 2 sc in next st*, repeat from * to * 4 times, (25sc)

R : 8 - *1 sc in the next 4 sts, 2 sc in the next st*, repeat from * to * 5 times,
(30sc)

R : 9 - 1 sc in each sc around, (30sc)

R : 10 - R : 13 - 1 sc in each sc around, (30sc)

R : 14  - change to C2, ch 2, 1 hdc in each sc around,
 join to 1st hdc with a sl st, ch 2 (30 hdc)

R : 15 - 1 hdc in each sc around, join to 1st hdc with a sl st, ch 1 (30hdc)

R : 16 - Change  to C1, 1 sc in each hdc, join, ch 1(30sc)

R : 17- 1 sc in each sc, join, ch 1(30sc)

R : 18 - 1 sc in each sc, join, tie off, weave in ends.(30sc)

Leaf - With C4. ch 7, 1 sc in the 2nd and 3rd ch, 1 hdc in the next 2 chs, 
1 sc in the next 2 chs, 
WORKING DOWN THE OPPOSITE SIDE OF THE CH, 
1 sc in the 1st 2 chs, 1 hdc in the next 2 chs, 1 sc in the next 2 chs,
 join to the 1st sc, tie off leaving a 10 inch yarn tail.

Place Leaf on the hat at the band line, and sew in place.
I think this hat would 
look great in Purple and silver, 
with a pink leaf!

What color Combination
 do you like?

They are perfect for gift tags, place markers,Gift card holders, doll hats,
 Stuffie hats or 
even for our pets!
Maximo is ready for 
his Christmas Pictures.


Make an Elf Hat for you to match your pooch!
Elf Hat Crochet Pattern
Early Merry Christmas!

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Frankenstein Tuesday Treasury Crochet Pattern Collection

10 fun Frankenstein 
Crochet Patterns 

Just click the Name of the pattern,
 and it will take you to the pattern.

The Designer is listed
 under the pattern name.

Jennifer Hatch

Snappy Tots

Posh Pooch Designs

Manda Lynn's Crochet

Articles of a Domestic Goddess

Tera Kulling

Carolina Guzman

Manda Lynn's Crochet

Snappy Tots

Red Heart

These crochet patterns
are all So fun!
Enjoy!




Monday, August 25, 2014

Lace Pumpkin Wrap Shawl Crochet Pattern


I have been working on this 
Wrap For about 3 weeks.
I wanted it to be elegant, classy 
and yet casual all at the same time.

I decided to go with a fall color,
 but this wrap can be worked
 in any colors and be wonderful to wear.
I absolutely love how it turned out.
I used the open wave pattern,
 but stair stepped the rows to
make a fun design.

Lace Pumpkin Wrap Shawl 
is now Available in PDF file Download
For $1.50 in my Craftsy Shop.

Please pop over to Ravelry and add this pattern 
to your favorites.


Lace Pumpkin Wrap Shawl Crochet pattern
By Sara Sach

Skill - intermediate
(I put the skill at intermediate, but there are no tricky stitches or techniques)

Materials:
 Hook- J
Yarn- Caron Simply Soft (4) - Pumpkin 6 oz
Other yarns that will work -
I Love This yarn (4)  or Red Heart Soft, also Vanna's Choice

Stitches:
Chain: (ch)
Single Crochet ( sc)
Half Double Crochet ( hdc)
Double Crochet ( dc)
Triple Crochet ( tr)
Skip a stitch ( sk)

Note: Ch1 at end  of rows is a turning ch, does not count as a st.

R : 1 - Ch 172, 1 hdc in the 2nd ch and in each ch across, ch 1, turn
( 171 hdc  )

R : 2 - 1sc in the 1st 3 hdc,
*ch1, sk 1, 1hdc, ch1, sk1,   1 dc, ch1, sk1,    1tr, ch1, sk1,   1dc, ch1, sk1,
 1hdc, ch1, sk1,    1sc in the next 3 hdc*


Repeat From * to * across Row, ch 1, turn
(12 wave patterns, 3 sc)

R : 3- 1 hdc in each st across, ch 1, turn ( 171 hdc)

R : 4 - 1 tr in the 1st 2 hdc, ch1, sk1,   1dc, ch1, sk1,   1hdc, ch1, sk1,

*1 sc in the next 3 hdc, ch1, sk 1,    1hdc, ch1, sk1,   1dc, ch1, sk1,
1tr, ch1, sk 1,   dc, ch1,sk1,  1 hdc, ch1, sk1 *

Repeat From * to * across row 11 times,

ending row with  3 sc, ch1, sk1,    1hdc, ch1 sk1,    1dc, ch1 sk1,  2 tr, ch1 turn

( 11 wave patterns, 2 half waves - 1 on each end)


R : 5 - 1 hdc in each st across, ch 1, turn ( 171 hdc)

R : 6 - 1 hdc in each st across, ch 15, turn ( 171 hdc, 15 chs)

R : 7 - 1 hdc in the 2nd ch and in each ch, 1 hdc in the next 157 sts,
 leaving the last 14 sts unworked, ch1 turn.  ( 171 hdc)


Repeat R : 2-7 - 8 more times, for 9 stair steps.

You can do more repeats for larger wrap is desired.

For finished edge - sc evenly around all the edges. 
 Front of Wrap
Back of wrap when worn.

Friday, August 22, 2014

Apples! Crochet Pattern Round-up

Fun Assortment of 
Apple Crochet patterns!
The Pattern is listed below the picture, 
with the designer's name underneath.

Just click the name of the Pattern
 you want to see.

Petals to Pecots

By Posh Pooch Designs

Baca Creations

My Sweet Potato 3

Jocelyn Sass

Crochet Cauldron

You Drive me Crafty

Repeat Crafter me 


Carolina Guzman

Pattern Paradise

Micah Makes

Isn't This a Fun collection 
of Apples to Crochet?

For Even More Apple 
Crochet patterns,
Check out this Round- Up
From Moogly


Have fun and remember..
"An Apple A Day, 
keeps the Doctor away."

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Yoga Sock Crochet Pattern



Well, I didn't know I needed Yoga socks,
 until I started yoga!  LOL!!
I used to think it was silly to have socks without heels.
 I started doing Yoga and realized just how
 important they actually are.
You need your toes and heels out to
 keep from slipping off your yoga mat.

Here is a video I made to help you, 
and also, to help you adjust them to any size foot.


You can see this Video on my Yotube channel at this LINK


I have made this pattern using different weight yarns, 
so it is important to measure you ankle, 
Before you get stated.


This Pattern is now available in 
a PDF file Download
for $1.50 in my Craftsy Shop
And also includes the Yoga bag pattern.


The Yoga Sock pattern is designed  
 using Worsted weight Yarn
The Sock are 9 inches around the ankle.
Yoga Sock Crochet Pattern By Sara Sach
Please, add this pattern to your favorites on  Ravelry.

Skill: Easy

Materials:
Hook - G
Yarn - Worsted Weight Yarn ( 4)
Solid C1 -2 oz.
Variegated C2 - 3 oz.

Stitches -
Chain (ch)
Slip Stitch (slst)
Single Crochet (sc)
Half Double Crochet ( hdc)
Double Crochet (dc)
Front post Double Crochet ( fpdc)
Back Loop Only ( blo)

Note ; Ch1 does not counts as a st.

R : 1 - With C1, Ch 5, sc in the 2nd ch from the hook
 and in each ch across, ch1 turn ( 4 sc)

R : 2 - Working in the blo, 1 sc in each sc, ch1, turn. ( 4 sc)

R : 3 - 30  - Repeat R : 2

Join the 2 ends together and slst closed to form the ankle
 band of the sock.

R : 31 - Change to C2, 1 sc in each row around,
 join to the 1st sc, ch1 ( 30sc)

R : 32  - 1 sc in each sc, join, ch 1 ( 30 sc)

R : 33-37 -Repeat R : 32

R : 38 -sc in the 1st 15 sc, ch 15, skip the next 15 sc, 
attach ch to the 1st sc, join, ch 1
(15 sc, 15ch)

R : 39 - 1 sc in each sc and in each ch, join, ch 1(30sc)

R : 40-47 - 1 sc in each sc, join, ch 1 ( 30 sc)

R : 48 - Change to C1, 1 hdc in each sc around, join, 
ch 2 ( 30 hdc)

R : 49-  *1 hdc in the next st, 1 fpdc in the next st,
 * Repeat From * to * around.join, ch2. ( 15 hdc, 15 fpdc)

R : 50 - Repeat R: 49, tie off and weave in your ends. 

That is 1, now make another one!
I love my Yoga socks!
If you would like the Free Pattern
For the matching Yoga Mat Bag
You can find it here
Now. lets get moving!

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Tuesday's Treasury - Apron Crochet Patterns

A fun Collection of Apron Crochet Patterns
I Love Aprons -
The only time I usually wear one
 is if I am cooking a great big meal.
Do you wear an a apron?

Anyway I put a little collection of some
 fun apron crochet patterns to try!
The Name of the Apron is the link,
The designer is listed below the name.



Tangled happy

Danyel Pink


Posh Pooch Designs


Crochetroo



Bob Wilson123


Vickie Howell


Crochet Memories


Crochet memories

These are just some of the 
Cool and Cute Aprons I found.
I hope Aprons will make a comeback 
because I love them.

Monday, August 18, 2014

Little Witch Hat Crochet Pattern

Isn't This The Cutest thing!
I Love the neon yarns 
and wanted to incorporate them in a fun
 little witch hat.
This hat just sits on top of the head.
 It can used as a photo prop for pets, 
and humans alike!

It is about 6 inches tall and 
12 inches around at the brim.
I even added a cute little spider
 button I got from Hobby Lobby.


See The Video Tutorial on my Youtube Channel 
at This LINK

Little Witch Hat Crochet Pattern By Sara Sach
Please pop over toRavelry and add this pattern
to your favorites. pattern

Skill: Easy

Materials:
Hook - h
Yarn - Worsted Weight ( 4) I Love This yarn Hobby Lobby -
          Black, orange neon, Pink neon
Button - if desired
Yarn Needle

Stitches -
Chain (ch)
Slip Stitch (sl st)
Single Crochet (sc0
Half Double Crochet (hdc)
Double Crochet (dc)



Little Witch Hat - Free Crochet Pattern
By Sara Sach

 The Top of the hat is worked in rounds.

R : 1 - With C1, Ch 3, 5 sc in the 2nd ch from the hook.
Mark your rounds with a stitch marker.
(5sc)
R : 2 - *1 sc in the next st, 2 sc in the next st, repeat from *  . (7sc)
R : 3 - 1 sc in the next st, *2 sc in the next, 1 sc in the next 2 sts, repeat from * (9sc)
R : 4 - 1 sc in the next 3 sts, 2 sc in the st, repeat(11sc)
R : 5 - 1 sc in the next 2 sts, 2 sc in the next st, repeat around hat, (14sc)
R : 6 - 1 sc in next 3 sts, 2 sc in next st, repeat around, (17sc)
R : 7 - Repeat R: 6 (23sc)
R : 8 - 1 sc in each sc around,
R : 9 - R: 13 - Repeat R : 8
R : 14  - change to C2, ch 2, 1 hdc in each sc around, join to 1st hdc with a sl st. (23hdc)
R : 15 - Change to C3, ch 2, 1 hdc in each hdc around, join to 1st hdc with a sl st (23hdc)
R : 16 - Change to C2, ch 2, 1 hdc in each hdc around, join to 1st hdc with a sl st (23hdc)
R : 17 - Change to C1, ch 3, *1 dc in the 1st st, 2 dc in the next st,
* Repeat from * to * around, join (34dc)
R : 18 - 1 sc in each dc, join, tie off, weave in all the ends.(34sc)

Flower -
R :1 -With C2, ch 2, 10 sc in the 2nd ch from the hook, join, ch 4 (10sc)
R: 2 - sl in the 2nd sc, *ch 4, skip the next sc, sl st in the next sc,*,
Repeat 3 more times for a total of 5 petals.
R : 3 - Change to C2, ch5, sl st in the 1st skipped sc, working behind the petals of R:2.
*Ch 5, sl st at in the next skipped sc* , Repeat From * to * 3 more times for 5 petals, tie off weave in ends.
 Perfect For Dolls, Too

I hope you will make some of these
 and have with them!
And if you do please,
 post a picture to my facebook page, 
I love to see other people using my crochet patterns,
 and having fun.

Sunday, August 17, 2014

Kindness is the Opposite of Bullying

I want to start out this morning's blog with saying, 
I hate bullying,
But I do not hate Bullies,
 I feel sorry for them.

A Few Days ago, my daughter in law, my grand daughter and
 I were at a Chicken Restaurant for lunch.
My grand daughter, who is not quite 2 years old yet,  
wanted to play in the play area. 

There were a few children in there, 
we were the only adults around.
I looked over to see a boy of about the size of 6 year old,
on top of my grand daughter, pushing her in the
 corner with his elbow on her neck.

I walked over, moved the boy and picked her up.
 I told the boy he was being mean.
So we proceeded to go to the car and leave.

As I was strapping her in the car seat, 
a woman came up to me asked me what I did to her son.
I said, "who is your son."
She pointed. I said I moved him off of my grand daughter.
She said," Why didn't you come to me."
I said you were no where around 
and I didn't know who he belonged too.

I thought she was going to apologize for her son
 putting a "choke hold"on a baby.
OH NO!
 I got yelled at, and cussed at, and called names.
Loudly. 
I smiled..Big mistake!
The Filth from her mouth continued.

I do want to explain that I have a condition called,
"inappropriate laughter". I laugh at weird times. 
Like when something emotional happens.

Anyway, I ignored her and got in the car and left-
Then burst out laughing.

The reason the child was a bully,
 is he learned it from his mommy.
How very sad.
We all probably, by now,
 have experienced Cyber Bullying.
People think that they can "say" what ever they 
want and it won't hurt anyone.
But it does.
It goes on in all walks of life,
Even the Crochet World!
Please, remember to be kind, 
as you never know what battle the person
 you are bullying, is fighting.


Kindness is the opposite of Bullying.

Ephesians 4:32

And be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ's sake hath forgiven you."

Saturday, August 16, 2014

Easy Meatloaf and A Free Crochet Apron Pattern

I am excited to share with you 
my new Crochet Design,
 Sparkle Celery Apron

It is 24 inches wide and 16 inches long.
But before I do.
 I want o share my 
Super Easy Meatloaf recipe.
Ingredients:
2 lbs ground beef
2 eggs
1 box Cornbread Stuffing 
and seasoning mix
15 oz can of tomato Sauce
( save 1/2 of the can top the meatloaf)

Put All ingredients in a big bowl,
and combine, using your hands!
Until all ingredients are mixed and 
there are no dry portions.
Top meatloaf with the 1/2 can of Tomato sauce.

Put mixture in an 
 13 X 9 inch baking dish

Back at 425 for 90 minutes
let sit for about 15 minutes before serving.

OK! The Apron Pattern
Head on over to 
and add this pattern
 to your favorites, Please.
Sparkle Celery Apron By Sara Sach

Skill: Easy

Materials:
hook-I
Yarn- 2 Skeins of Cotton - I used I Love This Cotton -Celery Sparkle
1 skein -White Cotton yarn
2 yards of 1.5 inch wide White Satin Ribbon

Stitches:
Chain ( ch)
Slip Stitch  ( sl st)
Single Crochet (sc)
Half Double Crochet ( hdc)
Double Crochet ( dc)

Ch 1 at end of rows does not count as a st.

R : 1 - Starting at the waistband, With White, ch 59,
 1 sc in the 2nd ch from the hook, and in each ch across, turn,
ch1 ( 58sc)

R : 2 - 1 dc in each sc, turn (58dc)

R : 3 - Change to green yarn, ch 1, 1 hdc in each dc, turn, ch 1 ( 58 hdc)

R : 4 - 12  - Repeat R : 3

R : 13 - 1 dc in the 1st 2 hdc, 
*skip the next 3 hdc,ch1, 2dc, ch1,2dc in the next hdc, ch1*
Repeat From * to * across, 1 dc in the last 2 hdc, turn, ch 1
 (2 dc,14 shells, 2dc)

R : 14 - 1 dc in the first 2 dc, ch1,  
2dc, ch1,2dc in the next ch 1 space in the center of the first shell, 
*ch1,  2dc, ch1,2dc in the next ch1 space in the center of the next shell, ch 1*
Repeat From * to * across, 1 dc in the last 2 dc, turn ch 1 (2 dc,14 shells, 2dc)

R : 15 - 27  - Repeat R : 14

If you want the apron longer continue to repeat R:14 until desired length.

R : 28 -Change to White yarn, 1 hdc in the first 2 dc,
*1hdc in the 1st ch1 space,  ch 1,1 sc in the center of the next shell,
 ch 1, 1 hdc in the next ch 2 space* 
Repeat From * to * across, 1 hdc in the 1ast 2 hdc, turn ch 1

R : 29 - *Skip the next 2 sts, 4 dc in the next st, skip the next 2 sts,
 1 sc in the next st, *Repeat From * to * across,
 sc in the last st, tie off and weave in ends.

Pocket -
R : 1 -  With green, 1 Ch 24, 1 sc in 2nd ch from the hook
 and in each ch across, turn Ch1, ( 23 sc)

R : 2 - 1 dc in the 1st 2 hdc, 
*skip the next 3 hdc,ch1, 2dc, ch1,2dc in the next hdc, ch1*
Repeat From * to * across, 1 dc in the last 2 hdc, turn, ch 1 
(2 dc,4 shells,2dc)

R : 3 - 1 dc in the first 2 dc, ch1, 
  2dc, ch1,2dc in the next ch 1 space in the center of the first shell,
 *ch1,  2dc, ch1,2dc in the next ch1 space in the center of the next shell, ch 1*
Repeat From * to * across, 1 dc in the last 2 dc, turn ch 1 (2 dc,4 shells, 2dc)

R : 4 - 8 -Repeat R : 3

R : 9 - Change to White yarn, 1 hdc in the first 2 dc,
*1hdc in the 1st ch1 space,  ch 1,1 sc in the center of the next shell, ch 1, 
1 hdc in the next ch 2 space* Repeat From * to * across, 
1 hdc in the 1ast 2 hdc, turn ch 1

R : 10 - 1 hdc in each st across, turn, ch 1

R : 11 - 1 hdc in each st across, turn, ch 1

R : 12  - Ch 3, skip the next st,*sl st, ch 3, skip then ext st,
* Repeat across top of pocket, Then turn and sc evenly down the
 side of the of the pocket, 3 sc in the corner, Repeat on the other 2 sides,
 then join to the top of the pocket, tie off weave in ends.

Place pock on the Apron and sew in place.

Apron ties - Lace the ribbon through R : 2, lacing through 2 dc sts at a time.
 Gently gather the waist of the Apron.
An Ad Free PDF file for the pattern
 is available for $1.50
in my Craftsy Shop at this LINK

So put your apron on 
and make the best and easiest 
meatloaf for dinner!