Thursday, July 31, 2014

Fun Wig Free Crochet Pattern

Fun Wig Crochet Pattern
By Sara Sach of Posh Pooch Designs

My Daughter is visiting and we decided to have
 a little fun with this silly crochet Wig.
Fun Striped Wig Crochet Pattern
By Sara Sach
This hat is stitched in a sc rib pattern,
 so it is very easy to adjust to any size.

The Big Bow in not necessary. 
You can make the wig with out it.
 It is just not as cute. 

The Tester Wigs 
Turned out amazing!

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in my Ravelry Shop For $2.50 at this link:

Please, take a moment and 
show this pattern some 

Skill: Easy

 I Hook
Yarn Needle
Any Worsted  Weight yarn ( 4) 3.5 oz.
I used Red Heart Super Yarn

Chain ( ch)
Slip Stitch (sl st)
Single Crochet ( sc)
Half Double Crochet (hdc)
Blo ( Back Loop only

4 sc rows = 1 inch , 4 sc = 1 inch

Pattern is sized For Child 16-17 inches 
and (Adult) 19-20 inches

Note : Ch 1 at end of rows does not count as a st.
St counts are at the end of each row.

The colors and placement of stripes is totally up to you,
and not indicated in the pattern.

The Hat:
Video Tutorial By Bobwilson 123

Ch 36 (46)
If you would like your wig to be longer add more chs,
and if you want it shorter, add less chains.

Row 1 - 1 sl st in 2nd ch from the hook and in the next 4 chs,
1 sc in the next 30 (40)  chs,  ch 1, turn.  ( 5 sl st, 30, 40 sc,)

Row 2 - Working in the Blo, 1 sc in next 30 (40) sc,
1 sl st in the  5 sl st, ch 1, turn. (30, 40 sc, 5 sl st,)

The 5 sl st is the top of the hat, where we will gather closed when finished.

Row 3 - 5 sl st, Working in the BLO, 1 sc in the next 30 (40) sc,  , ch 1, turn.
 ( 30, 40 sc, 5 sl st)

Row 4- 24 (28)  - Repeat Row 2 - 3,  alternating the rows,
( 30, 40 sc, 5 sl st)

Row 25(29) - 5 sl st, 1 sc in the next 15 (20)  sts,  ch 1, turn.
 ( 5 sl st, 15, 20 sc,)

Row  26(30)  - Working in the Blo, 1 sc in next 15 (20) sc,
1 sl st in the 5 sl st, ch 1, turn. (15, 20 sc, 5 sl st)

Row 27(31) - 46(52) - Repeat Row 25 and 26 alternating rows.

If you want your bangs to be wider add more rows

Row 47( 53)  - 5 sl st, 1 sc in the next 15 (20)  sts,  ch 16(21), ch1, turn

Check to make sure the amount of chs line up to the other side of the wig,
 or you will have an uneven wig, unless you want an un even wig,
which might look pretty cool.

Row 48(54) - Working in the Blo, 1 sc in chs and  sc,
1 sl st in the  5 sl st, ch 1, turn. (30, 40 sc, 5 sl st,)

Row 49(55)  - 5 sl st, Working in the BLO, 1 sc in the next 30 (40) sc,  , ch 1, turn.
 ( 30, 40 sc, 5 sl st)

Row 50(56)  - 1 sc in the next 30 (40)  chs,  5 sl st, ch 1, turn.  ( 5 sl st, 30, 40 sc)

Row 51(57)-76(85)  - Repeat Rows 50(55) and 51(56) alternating rows.

Check to make sure you are staying even with your sts and rows.

If you need more rows for width, you can add them here. 

Line up the back of the wig, wrong side out, and sl st the back of the hat closed.
tie off and weave in your end.

With a 24 inch piece of matching yarn, thread onto the yarn needle,  
Still working with the wrong side of the hat, 
sew and gather closed the top of the hat. 
Tie securely, so hat stays closed. Cut yarn and flip right side out.

Big Bows:
ch1 at end of rows does not count as a st.

R: 1 - ch 17(23), 1 hdc in 2nd ch from the hook, and in each ch across, ch 1 turn.
(17, 22 hdc)

R : 2 - 1 hdc in each hdc, ch 1 turn

R : 3- 4(6) - Repeat R 2,  2 times for child's bow and 4 times for adult bow.

Sc crochet around all 4 sides of bows evenly, join to first sc and tie off, weaving in ends.

Bow band - Ch 9(11) 1 sc in the 2nd ch from the hook, and in each ch, ch1, turn
 ( 8(10 sc)

1 sc in each sc, tie off leaving about a 8 inch yarn tail.

Pinch up the center of  bow and place the bow band in place, sew closed the band with the yarn tail.

Place bow on top of hat and sew in place with matching thread.

 Funny Pooch Photo Bomb!
I had to post this next picbecause it is so funny. 
We were trying to take some fun pictures and my pooches 
wanted to be be involved in the fun. 

It would appear the Maximo is"getting friendly" with me,
 and Rosie is giving him "The look"! 

We laughed so hard when
 we saw this picture.

I love having my creative daughter,
Elisabeth Spivey of 
Calleigh's Clips and Crochet Creations,
 here, visiting. 

We have so much fun together!!!

Sunday, July 27, 2014

Popular Crochet Patterns At Posh Pooch Designs This Week

These are  the Most 
Popular Crochet Patterns
This week.
Please, take a moment 
and add them to your favorites.

Just click the name of each 
Crochet Pattern Listed,
 and it will take to were the
 pattern is located.

Thanks for loving my 
Crochet Patterns!

Saturday, July 26, 2014

Dog Sweater Crochet patterns For Medium to Large Dogs

I get requests for medium to large size 
dog sweater crochet patterns 
almost everyday.

I have a few crochet patterns that are made to fit
 medium to Large size Dogs.
I have a long list of more, 
designs but this is what I have so far.

All four These patterns will work for
any Size Dog.
 They are based on measurements, 
not Stitch counts.
There is a picture and instructions 
on how to measure your dog, 
and make the sweater according
 to your dogs measurements.

If you are looking for a custom 
made dog sweater.
I can make you any sweater I have, 
for any size dog.

teeny tiny to extra large
I Love Custom orders!
Custom orders in my 
Etsy shop
Just contact me for quote.
Medium and Large Dog Deserve to be Warm
 and look Good Doing it.

Friday, July 25, 2014

Crochet Patterns For Medium and Large Dogs

I am getting lots of questions and 
requests for crochet patterns 
for medium and large Dogs.

I have put together a 
collage to show you
 what I have designed so far, 
for our Med to large Fur friends.

I have plans for more, 
and love requests!

Dog Hat Crochet Patterns
1. Crochet Dog Beanie
5. Striped Ear flap Dog Hats

Theses are all  Crochet patterns.

If you want an actual dog hat,
I will be happy to make 
it for your pooch.
You can order through my 

ANY hat I make for little dogs,
 I make for Medium to X large Dogs.
Just contact me and I will be happy
 to make it for your pooch.

I Love Custom orders!!!

I also have medium to large 
Dog Sweater crochet patterns 
and will be putting together
 a collage  of them. 
You can Find them in my

Saturday, July 19, 2014

Crochet Graph Patterns Collection

Graph Crochet Pattern Collection
By Sara Sach of

These are graph patterns that I designed.
I wanted to learn how to stitch a crochet graph pattern.
And these are what I came up with.

I really enjoyed designing these graph crochet patterns
 and hope you do do.
 I discovered it is really quite simple and fun.

The Love Stamp was actually one of the first graph
 patterns I designed, so it is a little rough.
Then I did the Oklahoma and Colorado graphs.
And Of course the Dog Sweaters last.

I have used the graphs to make pillows,
 blankets, jackets and  and all sorts 
of fun things.

Friday, July 18, 2014

Firecracker Shrug Free Crochet Pattern -

The Fire Cracker Shrug Crochet Pattern
 By Sara Sach of

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Instant Download PDF File for the
Fire Cracker Shrug is now available
for $2.50 in my RAVELRY Shop
At This LINK

We will Start with the Body of the Shrug- a large rectangle
30 X 22 inches

Skill- Intermediate

Materials  - Hook -J
                     If you stitch tightly you may want to go up a hook size. 
Yarn- 2 Skeins of I Love This yarn - Firecracker - 500 Yards Total
                     By Hobby Lobby -This yarn has natural striping effect.
(scroll down-there is a pic of the yarn)

Stitches -
Chain   (ch)
Half Double Crochet ( hdc)
Double Crochet  (dc)

Size - Approx. a Medium - Size 12
(30 X 22 inches)
3 chs = 1 inch
To adjust to larger sizes add more chs,
To adjust to smaller sizes add less chs.

This Pattern is intend to be full, loose and drapey.

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

Step 1 - The Body or rectangle of the Shrug
 R : 1 - Ch 53, 1 hdc in the 2nd ch from the hook and in each ch across, ch1 turn
(52 hd)

R : 2 - 1 hdc in each hdc, ch 1 turn, ( 52 hdc)

R : 3 - 1 dc in the 1st 2 sts, *ch1, sk the next st, 1 dc in the next st,* Repeat across till the last 2 sts, 1 dc in the last 2 sts, ch 1, turn.

R : 4 - 1 dc in the 1st 2 dc, 2 dc in the 1st ch1 space and in each ch1 space across, 1 dc in each of the last 2 dc, ch1, turn.

R : 5 -1 dc in the 1st 2 dc, 2 dc in between the next 2 dc , and in between the 2dc across, 1 dc in each of the last 2 dc, ch 1 turn

R : 6 - 1 hdc in the 1st 2 dc, *1 hdc in the space before the 1st 2 dc, 1 hdc in between the next 2 dc*, Repeat from * to * across, 1 hdc in each of the last 2 dc, ch 1 turn.

"Space" refers to the space between the sts.

R : 7 - 1 hdc in each st across, ch 1, turn ( 52 hdc)

Repeat R : 2-7, 9 times , cut off yarn and weave in your end.

Step 2-  the hem- Fold Rectangle in half, Starting at the  back left  of rectangle, attach yarn, stitch 1 hdc in each row across the back only, then stitch 1 hdc in row across the front, join to 1 st hdc, ch1

For more Clarification: When you fold it in half, There is a front and a back. You begin at the back and stitch across the back only, then keeping the yarn attached,   you stitch across the front. This makes the edge or trim of the shrug, and forms the arm holes at the ends.  If you look in the next picture you will see the edge of the shrug after the next few rows are crocheted. 

Stitch 3 more rows of hdc around the bottom of the Shrug. Tie off and weave in your end.

Step 3 - The Sleeves.
Join yarn to the first armpit of the of the shrug, and hdc evenly around the arm opening,
be sure to st loosely so it doesn't pucker. join to the 1st hdc, ch 1.

Crochet 2 more rows of had around the sleeve.

Now Repeat Step 3 for the other arm.
And That is IT!
This is the perfect shrug
 for wearing over a strapless or sleeveless dress.
 With a t-shirt and jeans. It can be casual or elegant.
I designed this shrug, because I wanted it to go over 
a new "little black dress" and I love it.
Here is the end of the skein close up!
And I am totally in love with this yarn.
It is Hobby Lobby's I love This yarn -Fire cracker.
It is black with bright yarn twisted together, 
and has a natural striping effect.

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Men's Summer Beanie Crochet Pattern

3 Season Beanie Crochet Pattern
formerly know as 
The Men's Summer Beanie 
 By Sara Sach of Posh Pooch Designs

A light hat, perfect for going up in the
 mountains,  for playing and hiking.
Just the hat for a morning run or an evening walk.
Or for just a little bit of warmth.
Perfect For Spring, Summer And Fall Weather,
or if you live in a warmer climate, Winter too.

We decided to retest and up date this crochet pattern,
with new of pictures, And a Brand New Video.
We renamed it because it's not just for the guys,
the girls like it, too.

See The Video on my Youtube Crochet
Channel At This LINK

3 Season Beanie Crochet Pattern by Sara Sach
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Skill: Super Easy

Hook- J/ 6.00 MM
Yarn - Med (4)  (about 3 oz.)
I used Red Heart Stripes - Latte Stripe
Yarn Needle

Chain   (Ch)
Slip Stitch  (sl st)
Double Crochet (dc)
Single Crochet (sc)
Skip (sk)
Space (sp)

Size: 22-24 inch head - Very Stretch so measure as you go

Ch 3 counts as the 1st st of the next round
Ch 4 Counts as dc, ch1
Rounds are joined to the ch3 with a Sip Stitch


R: 1 - Ch 5, join in a circle. or use a magic Circle.
Ch 3, counts as 1st dc, 9 dc in the magic circle, join, 
to ch3 with a sl st,(10 dc)

R: 2 - Ch 3, 2 dc in each dc around, join, (20 dc)

R: 3 - Ch 3, 1 dc in the same st, *1 dc in the next st, 2 dc in the next st*,
Repeat from * to * around, join, (30dc)

R: 4 - Ch 3, 1 dc in the same st, *1 dc in the next 2 st, 2 dc in the next st*,
Repeat from * to * around, join, (40dc)

R : 5 - Ch 3, 1 dc in the same st, *1 dc in the next 3 st, 2 dc in the next st*,
Repeat from * to * around, join, (50dc)

R: 6 - 1 dc in each dc around, join, (50 dc)

R: 7 - Ch 4, sk the next dc, *dc in the next st, ch 1, skip the next st*
Repeat From * to * around, join, (50sts)

R: 8 - Ch 3, 1 dc in the 1st st, *1 dc in the ch 1 space, 1 dc in the next dc*,
Repeat From * to * around, join, (50 sts)

R: 9- R: 14 -  Repeat R : 7 and 8, alternating the rounds
Ch1 after R: 14

If you want the beanie to be a slouchy beanie, 
just add a few more rounds of R: 7 and 8.

R: 15 - 1 sc in each dc, join, ch1 (50sc)

R: 16 - 1 sc in each st, join, ch1 (50sc)

R: 17 - 1 sc in each st, join, and tie off, weave in ends.(50 sc)

Add more rows of sc if you want a thicker band.

It is so easy and quick you can 
whip one up in about an hour.

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Wednesday, July 16, 2014

A Cross For Momma's Bible

A Year Ago Today, My Precious Momma 
moved from Earth, to her Heavenly home.
I  miss her so much, her voice, her laugh, 
and her hugs and smiles.
Yesterday while dusting, I came across her Bible.
No one loved the Bible  more then my Momma.
 It is all underlined and the margins are full of notes.
her hand writing is a little messy,
and looks a lot like mine. 
I say her Bible, 
But she had quite a few through the years, 
She would read them until they fell apart, 
then she would tuck them in a drawer 
and get another one.

As I run my hand across the pages, 
outlining the verses she marked, with my finger, 
I close my eyes and listen, I can hear to her voice,
 reading the some of her favorite passages out loud.

Psalm 37:4(KJV)

Delight thyself also in the Lord
and he shall give thee the 
desires of thine heart."

She would Say, 
" This Bible is God's love letter to his children."

I decided to make Cross Book mark to put
 in Momma's Bible.
This is were I got the pattern:
I used Cotton Yarn and a F hook
The pattern can be made 
with any yarn or thread.

I Love that the pattern is worked in 1 piece,
working around the ends,
instead of adding each end.
Not so many ends to weave in.

I added the little pink rose, 
as pink was her favorite color.

It made me feel better to read her
Bible and make 
the bookmark to put in the Bible.

I'll See you when I get to heaven,
and yours better be the first face I see."

I Love you.

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

How To Add A Lace Ruffle Yarn To A Tank Top

Isn't This Gorgeous.
It is really easy to to do.

Here is a Picture tutorial 
on How I did it.

OH, It only took me about
 30 minutes to do!
Please,Add This Crochet Pattern to Your
Ravelry Favorites. 
All you need To add a 
Lace Ruffle to a tank top is:
A Tank Top
Lace Ruffle yarn
Worsted Weight yarn to match
A Crochet hook (H)
And a yarn needle
 Step 1 : Thread the yarn on the needle,
and blanket stitch loosely around the neck of the T-shirt.
Each Stitch should be about a 1/2 inch.
If you don't know how to blanket stitch here is link to help you:
How to Blanket Stitch

 Lay out your lace Ruffle yarn, so it is easier to work with.
 You will be working on the side next to the hook.

Step 2: Adding the lace Ruffle Yarn.

 If you want more ruffle, then add more loops on your hook,
 if you want less ruffle then add less loops on your hook.

Some of the T-Shirts I have made, I have added less ruffles on the back of the shirt
 and more ruffles on the front of the shirt.
When you reach the end, over lap your ruffle yarns and
 tie off with a knot, making sure the knot if under the ruffle.
You can also sew a few stitches to make sure
 your knot does not come undone.

It would also look really pretty to add a 
row of ruffle on the hem of the T-shirt.

Just remember to place your Blanket Stitches loosely 
so it will still have a little stretch.