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Wendy’s Weekly Pattern Picks: Somewhere Over the Rainbow

By on March 1, 2015

Gray skies are going to clear up, put on a happy face… because somewhere over the rainbow, bluebirds fly!

I do put on a happy face whenever I witness the splendor of a Rainbow! This edition of Wendy’s Weekly Pattern Picks, is all about crochet patterns representing the RAINBOW!

I’ve hunted down twenty-five free and paid crochet patterns that lead you to the Pot of Gold!

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  1. Rainbow Granny Square Throw
  2. Winter’s Infinity Rainbow
  3. Rainbow Cuddles Unicorn
  4. Rainbow Star Scarf
  5. Rainbow Zebra
  6. You Are My Sunshine Lovey
  7. Bonbon Kisses Crochet Pouch
  8. Rainbow Shawl
  9. Rainbow Nesting Bowls & Sorting Balls
  10. Rainbow Rachael Doll
  11. Rainbow Sock Monkey Hat
  12. Magic Rainbow Baby Blanket
  13. Rainbow Ripple Wrap Dress
  14. Over The Rainbow
  15. Where is a Rainbow
  16. Crochet Rainbow Cake Slice
  17. Rainbow Graph Rainbow Dash Color Grid
  18. Crochet Cables Rainbow iPad Cover
  19. Om Rainbow Yoga Mat Bag
  20. Rainbow Love Knot Hook Holder
  21. Skylark in Wonderland
  22. Punky’s Wristers/Arm Warmers
  23. Springtime Pansies
  24. Prism Slouch
  25. Chasing Chevrons Yarn & Beach Bag

Now if you like this one, you’re going to love next week’s edition of Wendy’s Weekly Pattern Picks! Be sure to subscribe to this blog, so you never miss a post! 🙂

About Wendy Bickford

I love to create whimsical and fashionably functional projects. Please grab a hook, get comfy, and come visit me! ~Wendy

3 Comments

  1. jackie pietro

    August 8, 2015 at 9:10 pm

    Please sign me up for your blog. In the meantime do you have a tutorial for bobble stitch? I’m a
    Beginner and can’t self teach myself from just the written instruction. My biggest difficulty is ready the written instruction for all stitches and turning pattern around to the next new row. Some rows come good and some come looking like I missed a stitch.
    I’m getting frustrated.any suggestions for a beginner????
    Thank you from a senior citizen turning to learn
    A new hobby for my enjoyment.

    • Emily Truman

      August 10, 2015 at 4:24 am

      Thanks Jackie! I’m so glad you are learning crochet! It is a wonderful hobby. I actually have a post about bobble stitches http://www.thecrochetcafe.com/popcorn-and-bobble-stitches/ There are some tutorials and then some projects with which you can practice bobbles. Feel free to ask questions anytime and I would also like to refer you to Happilyhooked.com. They have a wonderful magazine with great patterns for beginners and intermediate crocheters and lots of additional resources for crocheters.Good luck!

  2. Denise Crumpton

    June 19, 2016 at 11:44 am

    Please sign me up for your blog.
    Thank you,
    Denise

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