Thursday, August 17, 2017

How To Crochet 0-3 Months Baby Shoes

How To Crochet 0-3 Months Baby Shoes

Video by Jonna Martinez
Pattern Provided by Red Heart Yarns


These little shoes are so quick and easy to crochet up. So quick in fact, you might even get a pair done the morning before a baby shower! 

I love using cotton for baby items 💖(I know some of you are probably thinking "ugh here she goes again!") But really!? What is not to LOVE about cotton and babies! 
Cotton is cool, breathable, soft, washable, and comes in some great colors. 
Babies? well, everything is an endless list. 😍

I am using a yarn called Deborah Norville collection Cotton Soft Silk 
154yds/140m 3 oz/85g
78% cotton 22% silk

It got it on clearance at Joann's. 
It is cotton and silk! Yes, SILK! SO SOFT.

I used the H-8 5.00mm crochet hook that the pattern calls for.
Yarn needle for waving in ends, Two buttons and Scissors 

You can follow 👉my video on these shoes HERE👈



The pattern also comes in other sizes and once you make these the other sizes and following the pattern will be a breeze. 

Thank you so much for the visit!! Please leave me a comment.💬 I truly enjoy hearing from my readers! 
Have a lovely crochet day, 

Thursday, August 3, 2017

Mermaid Crochet Tote and Flower

Mermaid Crochet Tote and Flower

Videos created by Jonna Martinez
Patterns provided by Yarnspirations. 




Hello Everyone! So this super cute bag is my newest project. I really love how it turned out. You can use any yarn you like, but I chose cotton as it is my very favorite yarn for the summer months. 

My video tutorial is HERE

I use an H.5.00mm crochet hook and a 4.00mm hook
Cotton yarn peaches and cream brand and the colors are as follows~
Panorama 
Iced strawberry
Sunshine

The other fun thing about this bag is the FLOWER!! 💖WOW is it ever cute! I could see it used on so many other fun crochet projects. 
I did a video on just the flower. You can find that HERE


 Please let me know what you think of the videos and let me know if you plan to make a bag and or flower for yourself! 
              Have a lovely crochet day,

Monday, July 31, 2017

German Shells Virus Hat

German Shells Virus Hat Pattern

By Jonna Martinez



Hello! I wanted to share and talk about my newest pattern the German Shells Virus Hat.
This stylish lacy crochet hat is super fun and fast to work up. You can also add a pompom for a little extra personality! 



You can find the pattern for this hat on my Etsy and Ravelry shops. 

I used a large pompom maker, Caron Simply soft (one skein even with the pompom) and G 4.25mm crochet hook , a yarn needle and some scissors. 

Below you can see it without the pompom. ↡


Well thank you so much for the visit! Please feel free to message me or comment below with any questions! 
        Have a lovely crochet day, 

Monday, July 24, 2017

Crochet Hood On A Poncho

How To Add A Crochet Hood On A Poncho

Poncho Pattern By Drops Design
Video and Hood By Jonna Martinez


To begin I created a video for the Raspberry Smoothie Poncho. It was a fun project and I used the cherry chip color that Caron Cakes has. It did seem to be missing a little something though. 
Then a lovely subscriber asked if I would add a hood to the poncho. I have never done a hood so I said I would look into it. 
Well I am super happy with the out come!! I hope you will be too.
In the video (And it is longer than the poncho tutorial 😳But only because I also teach you how to make you're own tassels!! Yay!) I show you where to start and other details like how to turn etc. 

Please check out the HOOD video HERE 


I used a 6.00mm crochet hook, almost a whole Caron cake, along with scissors, a yarn needle and a flexible measuring tape. 


 I also liked how the rope and tassels when tied, brought the collar up to a more comfortable place than without the hood. 

Here is how the back of the hood looked on mine. 


You can add tassels like me, or you can add pompoms or nothing at all. Maybe do a ribbon or something or a cord for the rope. Lots of fun options. 



Well thank you for the visit! If you read this whole post please leave me a comment. And defiantly check out my VIDEO. xox

                     Have a lovely crochet day!




Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Raspberry Smoothie Crochet Poncho

Raspberry Smoothie Crochet Poncho Tutorial

Video by Jonna Martinez
Pattern provided by Drops Design




Hello! 
Thank you for visiting my blog today! 
I got my poncho finished and the video up, So now I am sharing some extra photos and info on my poncho.


I used two caron cakes in cherry chip color ( I just love how yummy that sounds, goes so well with raspberry smoothie!) I also used a J/6.00MM crochet hook a yarn needle to sew in the few ends and a pair of scissors. 



You can find the free pattern HERE


You can view my tutorial over HERE

I went for 25 rows to meet the 20 or so inches. You can see in this photo below how I measured the poncho~


You can see my tape way up in the corner there ↑


I also used almost both Caron Cakes check out this little scrap I had left over↓


Well thank you again for the visit!! 
Please check out my tutorial on this pattern. I hope you give it a like and leave me a comment. (here too) 😉

Have a lovely crochet day!

~Jonna


Saturday, May 27, 2017

Starfish Crochet Dish Cloth

Starfish Crochet Dish Cloth 

Pattern By Mary Ann Frits 
Provided FREE by Red Heart.com



Hello Everyone! 
In this video I crochet this super fun an very summer feeling dish cloth. 
I love the ocean so crocheting something with the theme was really great and I enjoyed every stitch! 

I used parts of two balls of Creme de la Creme yarn in Cream and Tan, as well as some cotton mill ends yarn in the blue. I would have used all of the high quality cotton of Creme de la Creme but I didn't have any summer blues or pinks on hand. 
I also used an H 5.00MM crochet hook.


Summer is a hard season to crochet only because the acrylic and wool yarns get sticky and hot. So cotton is my favorite this time of year. 

I also got to show a new stitch for my channel. The reverse crochet stitch or crab stitch. It is a gorgeous edging for all kinds of projects, and not just for dish cloths!  


Practice this Crab stitch and it will be your go to for blankets, baskets, and more! 
If there is an edge it could have a crab stitch! 


So make sure to leave me a comment here and if you get a chance to see the video leave one there too. I love to hear from my readers and viewers. If you have Instagram or Facebook make sure to check out my post there too. 
Have a lovely crochet day!! 
Until next time~Jonna  


Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Pineapple Peacock Crocheted Shawl

Pineapple Peacock Shawl 

Pattern by Amy Gunderson



My most recent three part tutorial the Pineapple Peacock shawl was a request by a subscriber and I am so happy I was able to create it!  Another big thank you to Amy Gunderson for providing this free pattern and giving me permission to make the video.

Here I wanted to share some links, more info and also more photos of my shawl.

First off link to the pattern is HERE


Video number ONE

Video number TWO

Video number THREE


So you are probably wondering why in the world I made a 30 something row pattern into three parts. Well I was hearing a few saying I was just going a bit too quickly so I tried to slow it down. The result was more footage but so far a very good views response.
Thank you so all who have watched and left me comments!

So to start my shawl I printed off the pattern and picked out some yarn. I did not have what the pattern called for so I chose a couple Caron cakes from my yarns. The color Faerie seemed the perfect fit for something like a peacock.
I ended up using about 1.5 cakes. 300g or so......



I also used my steal J10/6.00MM hook


I love the soft feel of the wool blend yarn, and I could see this done in lots of colors! ↓


Make sure to comment here and if you have Instagram #pineapplepeacockshawl

You can follow me there too!

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I really enjoyed using this yarn. I was my first project of many. 



My Facebook page is HERE please stop in for a visit and a like :)


Thank you so much for stopping in! Have a lovely crochet day. ~Jonna