Saturday, June 12, 2021

American Flag Dog Bandanna Crochet Pattern | Posh Pooch Designs

 American Flag Dog Bandanna 
Crochet Pattern 
By Sara Sach of  Posh Pooch Designs


The American Flag Dog Bandanna Will work most
 for any Size dog or pet.
It is easy to adjust by adding more rows.

I had a very special request For an American Flag Bandanna. 
They want some Patriotic Bandannas for all The Patriotic
 Holidays. 4th of July, Flag Day, Memorial Day and Veterans
 Day. Many Veterans have support Dogs that they love and
 depend on. And A Nice American Flag Bandanna 
will be nice gesture.


This American Bandanna is designed using A 
Bulky (5) weight yarn. Red, White Blue and Gold
 to resemble the American Flag.
And because we use a J / 6.00 MM Crochet hook, 
it will stitch up super fast. 



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American Flag Dog Bandanna Crochet Pattern

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Skill: Easy
 
Materials:
Crochet hook – K / 6.50 MM
Yarn- Bulky (5) 1 oz. of each color – Charisma / Loops And Tread
           C1 – Red, C2 – White, C3- Royal Blue, C4- Yellow
Yarn Needle
 
Stitches:
Chain (ch)
Slip stitch (slst0
Single Crochet (sc)
Double Crochet (dc)
Skip (sk)
Change to (chgto)
 
Size: 8 w. X 6 L Inches
The Bandanna is adjustable for any size dog or pet
1 Row = about 1 inch

Notes:
Ch3 Counts as dc
Ch3 after the color change
When changing colors do not cut yarn,
     leave yarn attached and carry across the back, between rows.
 
R: 1 – With C1, Ch4, 3 dc in the 4th ch, (4dc)
 


R: 2 – Chgto C2, Leave C1 attached,
ch 3, 1 dc in the 1st dc, 1 dc in the next 2 dc, 2 dc in the last dc. (6dc)
 


R: 3 - Chgto C1, Leave C2 attached,
ch 3, 1 dc in the 1st dc, 1 dc in the next 4 dc, 2 dc in the last dc. (8dc)
 


R: 4 - Chgto C2, Leave C1 attached,
ch 3, 1 dc in the 1st dc, 1 dc in the next 6 dc, 2 dc in the last dc. (10dc)
 


R: 5 - Chgto C1, Leave C2 attached,
ch 3, 1 dc in the 1st dc, 1 dc in the next 8 dc, 2 dc in the last dc. (12dc)
 
R: 6 - Chgto C2, Leave C1 attached,
ch 3, 1 dc in the 1st dc, 1 dc in the next 10 dc, 2 dc in the last dc. (14dc)
 


To make the bandanna larger, continue to repeat R: 6,
Increasing 2 dc every row, and alternating colors.
 
R: 7- Chgto C3, ch3, dc in the 1st dc, 1 dc in the next 12 dc,
2 dc in the last dc. (16dc)
 


R: 8 – Ch1, 1 sc in each dc across. (16sc)
 


R: 9 – Join C4, tie off C1, C2, and C3,
1 Sc in each sc across, 


ch 25, slst in the 2nd ch, slst in each ch, join to the 1st sc,
 
Working down the side of the bandanna, *ch3, sc in the side of the next row*
Repeat From * to * around to the other side of the bandanna,



Ch 25, slst in the 2nd ch, slst in each ch, join to the 1st sc, tie off weave in your ends.
 
With C2,  and Needle, Stitch star as shown on the bandanna.










Wednesday, June 9, 2021

Entertaining Doily Crochet Pattern | Posh Pooch Designs

 Entertaining Doily Crochet Pattern
By Sara Sach of  Posh Pooch Designs

The Entertaining Doily is named for exactly what it's made for. "Entertaining". 


This Doily can be used for outside and inside entertaining. 
It makes a lovely centerpiece for any table decor. 
It's big show stopper measuring 18 X 18 inches.
I designed this Doily for myself, to put on my deck table. 
And I love it. It's been rained on, Hailed on, and
 even snowed on, and it still looks great.



I designed it using Bernat Maker / HOME DEC.
The colorway is Called Fiesta Varg. It is a Bulky (5) yarn. 
I  Use a K / 6.50 MM Crochet hook tostitch up the doily. 
The fiber is 72 % Cotton and 28 % Nylon, and that
 combination makes a nice sturdy doily for all your 
entertaining needs.
If you do not have this particular yarn, Any Bulky (5 ) yarn
 will work just fine. Remember to check the washing
 instructions for the yarn you are using.
 

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Entertaining Doily Crochet Pattern

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Skill: Easy
 
Materials:
Crochet hook – K/ 6.50 Mm
Yarn – Bulky (5) – Bernat Maker/ Home D├ęcor/ Fiesta Varg.
             4.5 Oz. / 160 yds
Yarn Needle
 
Stitches:
Chain (ch)
Slip Stitch (slst)
Single Crochet (sc)
Double Crochet (dc)
Skip (sk)
Space (sp)
 
Size: Pentagon Shaped - 18 X 18 Inches
 
Notes:
Ch3 counts as a dc
Rounds are joined to the ch3 with a slst
 
Pattern:

R: 1 – Ch5, join in a circle, ch3,
14 dc in the circle, join. (15 dc)
 

R: 2 – Ch3, 1 dc in the same st as the ch3,
1 dc in the next 2 dc, ch3,
*2 dc in the next dc, 1 dc in the next 2 dc, ch3*
 Repeat From * to * 3 more times, join.
(5 sets of 4 dc, ch3)
 

R: 3 – slst in the next dc, ch3, 
1 dc in the next 2 dc, 2 dc in the 1st ch, ch3,
*Sk The 1st dc, dc in the next dc, 1 dc in the next 2 dc,
2 dc in the 1st ch, ch3*
Repeat From * to * 3 more times, join.
(5 sets of 5 dc, ch3)
 

R: 4 – Slst into the next dc, ch3, dc in that same dc as the ch3,
1 dc in the next 3 dc, 2 dc in the 1st ch, ch3,
*sk the next dc, 2 dc in the next dc, 1 dc in the next 3 dc, 2 dc in the 1st ch, ch3*
Repeat From * to * 3 more times, join.
(5 sets of 7 dc, ch3)
 
Do not worry if it is curling up some, it will lay flat as we add more rounds.

R: 5 - Slst into the next dc, ch3, dc in the same st as the ch3,
1 dc in the next 5 dc, 2 dc in the 1st ch, ch3,
*sk the next dc, 2 dc in the next dc, 1 dc in the next 5 dc, 2 dc in the 1st ch, ch3*
Repeat From * to * 3 more times, join.
(5 sets of 9 dc, ch3)
 

R: 6 - Slst into the next dc, ch3, dc in the same st as the ch3,
1 dc in the next 7 dc, 2 dc in the 1st ch, ch3,
*sk the next dc, 2 dc in the next dc, 1 dc in the next 7 dc, 2 dc in the 1st ch, ch3*
Repeat From * to * 3 more times, join.
(5 sets of 11 dc, ch3)
 


R: 7 – R: 13 – Repeat R: 6 increasing my 4 dc in each of 5 sets, on each Row.
   R: 7 - (5 sets of 13 dc, ch3)
   R: 8 - (5 sets of 15 dc, ch3)
   R: 9 - (5 sets of 17 dc, ch3)
   R: 10 - (5 sets of 19 dc, ch3)
   R: 11 – (5 sets of 21 dc, ch3)
   R: 12 – (5 sets of 23 dc, ch3)
   R: 13 - (5 sets of 25 dc, ch3) Join, ch1
 
R: 14 – sc in the same st as ch1,
**  *ch 5, sk 5 sts, sc in the next st*
Repeat From * to * 4 more times,
Ch5, sk the ch3, sc in the next dc**
Repeat From ** To ** 4 more times, join to the 1st sc,
 

R: 15 - *sc, hdc, 2dc, hdc, sc in the next ch 5 sp, sc in the sc*
Repeat From * to * around the doily, join, to the 1st sc,
tie off and weave in your ends. 







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Tuesday, June 8, 2021

COFFEE AND CROCHET WITH SARA (117) Is It Kitting or Crochet? | Posh Pooch Designs

 COFFEE AND CROCHET WITH SARA (117)
 Is It Kitting or Crochet? 
With Sara Sach Of  Posh Pooch Designs



This Week's Shout Out Goes to
Ella Roberts of "No Catchy Name" - LINK

You will enjoy Her channel.
Be sure to read her "disclaimer" in the Notes under
 her video. It totally cracked me up. 
She is so fun and real.
Pop On over, Like Share and Subscribe 
to Her Channel,
And tell her I sent you! 

New Cotton Yarn At Walmart! 

This Week's Question?
 So is Knitting and crochet the same?

Here's Quote From Martha Stewart,
"Both are really methods of stitching yarn together, just in different styles.
 In knitting, the stitches form a "V" shape. In crochet, the stitches 
are more like knots. Knitting uses a pair of long needles to form the loops, 
moving a set of loops from one needle to another; the stitches are 
held on the needle. Crochet uses a single hook to hook the loops
 together directly on the piece. It is this major difference that makes
 crochet much easier to work with than knitting."
Educate in kind and thoughtful manner, you may gain a new friend.

There are many countries where the terns "knitting and Crocheting"
 are interchangeable. Referring to Both as knitting. Yes, we use different
 tools for each but we are still stitching loops of yarn into wonderful projects. 

So the next time come one asks you what your knitting, just tell them,
 It's a hat or blanket. The average person really doesn't know now one
from the other, and are only wanting to what you are making.



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Channel At This LINK


What's New This Week At
 Posh Pooch Designs

Little Granny Bags
 Crochet Pattern and Video - LINK


Friday Fun -
 Flip Flop Crochet Fun - LINK


Remote Caddy / Keeper
Crochet Pattern and Video - LINK


Thanks For Stopping by!
I Will See You Next Week!


Monday, June 7, 2021

Remote And Phone Caddy Crochet Pattern | Posh Pooch Designs

 Remote And Phone Caddy 
Crochet Pattern By 
Sara Sach of Posh Pooch Designs


The Remote And Phone caddy makes a great 
Father's Day gift, But it also is a great gift For anyone.
 I lose the remote all the time and need a place to
 put it so it doesn't get lost.


The Caddy can hold your phone and remote, your
 glasses and lots of other things.
It can be used on your favorite chair, and also
 on the side of your bed. 

It can even be hung up on your wall,  
desk or chair with a couple of hooks and it become
 a crafting caddy. 


I designed This Caddy using Sweet Roll Sprinkles 
By Premier yarn, which is a medium (4) Acrylic yarn.
 I wanted it to be easily washed and dried.
Any Medium (4) Acrylic Yarn will work for this project, 
even Cotton is you prefer.

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Remote Caddy Crochet Pattern

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Skill: Easy
 
Materials:
Crochet Hook – I / 5.50 MM
Yarn- Med (4) Acrylic – I used Sweet Roll Sprinkles/ Premier yarns
                                         / Periwinkle Sprinkles 5 oz. / 224 yds
Yarn Needle
Tape Measure
4 of 5 Long Straight Pins
 
Stitches:
Chain (ch)
Slip Stitch (Slst)
Half Double Crochet (hdc)
Skip (sk)
Space (sp)
Half Double Crochet V Stitch (hdc Vst)
     - Hdc, ch1, hdc in the same st
 
Size: 15 X 16 Inches when finished

 
Notes:
Ch1 does not count as a st
 
Pattern:
R: 1 – Ch 38. 1 hdc in the 2nd ch from the hook, hdc in each ch across,
Ch 1, turn (37 hdc)
 


R: 2 – 1 hdc in each hdc across, ch1 turn. (37 hdc)
 


R: 3 – 1 hdc in the 1st 2 hdc, sk the next hdc,
*Hdc Vst in the next st, sk the next st*
Repeat From * to * across, 1 hdc in the last 2 hdc, turn, ch 1
(16 hdc Vsts, 4 hdc)
 


R: 4 – 1 hdc in the 1st 2 hdc,
*hdc Vst in the ch1 sp of the next hdc Vst*
Repeat From * to * across, 1 hdc in the last 2 hdc, turn, ch1
(16 hdc Vsts, 4 hdc)
 


R: 5 – Repeat R: 4
 


R: 6 – R: 46 – Continue To repeat R: 4
 


R: 47 – 1 Hdc in the 1st 2 hdc, 1 hdc in each of the Hdcs of the hdc Vsts,
do not st in the ch1 sps, 1 hdc in the last 2 hdc, turn, ch 1
 


R: 48 – 1 hdc in each Hdc across, Tie off and weave in your ends.
 
Fold Caddy up to 7 inches, Measure to make sure it is evenly folded,
And pin in Place with the straight pins.
 
Forming The Pocket:
Join Yarn to Bottom right corner, sc up the side of the caddy,
stitching through both thicknesses, When you stitch past the pocket
continue stitching to the corner. Place 3 sc in the corner,
stitch sc across the top of the caddy, again stitch 3 sc in the corner,
Working down the other side, sc till you reach the pocket, and again sc
Evenly stitching through both thicknesses, tie off and weave in your ends
 at the last corner.
 


Dividing The Pocket:
Mark with Your straight pins where you want to divide the pockets.
I chose to divide mine into 2 pockets.
1 for the remote, and one for the phone.

Using Sc Top Stitches, stitch both layers together to form the pocket dividers.
Tie off and weave in securely.




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Wednesday, June 2, 2021

Little Granny Bags Crochet Pattern | Posh Pooch Designs

 Little Granny Bags 
Crochet Pattern
By Sara Sach of  Posh Pooch Designs


The Little Granny Bags Are so cute and easy
 to stitch up. They are perfect For a day at the beach, 
shell collecting, and for  bath and beach toys. They are 
also great for keeping in the car for trash 
bags, or use as a fun little handbag or lunch bag.
Oh, they also make gift bags, too.
These Bags have so many useful and fun uses!



I designed these for the kids, but I think the adults
 will love them also. I designed them using the 
Caron Cupcake Yarn which is a light (3) yarn, 
and has a beautiful long striping color change.
Any light (3) yarn will work for these bags. 
Cotton, Acrylic or blends. 
 I stitched them up with an H/ 5.00 MM crochet hook.


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Little Granny Bags Crochet Pattern

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Skill: Easy

Materials:

 Crochet Hook H / 5.00 MM
Yarn – light (3) 2 oz. Caron Cupcake Yarn
Yarn Needle
 
Stitches:
Chain (ch)
Slip Stitch (slst)
Single Crochet (sc)
Double Crochet (dc)
Skip (sk)
Space (sp)
 
Size: 10 L. X 16 around Inches
 
Notes:
Ch counts as a dc
Rounds are join to the ch3 with a slst
 
Pattern:
 
R: 1 – Ch5, join in a circle, ch 3.
11 dc in the circle, join, ch 3 (12 dc)
 


R: 2 – 2 dc in each dc, join, ch 3 (24 dc)
 


R: 3 - 2 dc in each dc, join, ch 3 (48 dc)
 


R: 4 – 1 dc in each dc around, join, ch 3 (48 dc)
 


R: 5 – Repeat R: 4
 


R: 6 – Dc in the next dc, ch2, sk 2 dc,
*1 dc in the next 2 dc, ch2, sk 2 dc*
Repeat From * to * around, Join,
 slst in the next dc, slst in the ch2 sp, ch 3
(12 set of 2 dc, ch 2)
 


R: 7 – 2 dc in the same sp as the ch 3, ch2,
*3 dc in the next ch2 sp, ch2*
Repeat From * to * around, join
slst in the next 2 dc, slst in the ch2 sp, ch 3
(12 set of 3 dc, ch 2)
 


R: 8 – R: 15 – Repeat R: 7
After last row, ch3, do not slst to the ch2 sp
 


R: 16 – 1 dc in each dc, 2 dc in each ch2 sp around, join, ch 3
(60dc)
 


R: 17 – 1 dc in each dc around, join, ch 1 (60dc)
 


R: 18 - 1 sc in each dc around, join, tie off weave in your ends. (60sc)
 


Drawstring:  Ch 60, or more of a longer drawstring is desired. 
tie off, knot each end.

Weave the drawstring through R: 17 and tie together.
 


Make a tassel and attach to the end of the drawstring.



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