Crocheted Button Earrings

Crocheted Button Earrings

These crocheted earrings make buttons look good! They are super fun to make and all crocheters rejoice because you don't have to weave in any ends with this project. MATERIALS US-2 steel hook (2.2 mm) Fingering weight yarn Yarn Needle Scissors Hot glue 2 – 1” or 1.25" buttons 2 – 7 mm jump rings 2 – Fish Hook Earrings   GAUGE Diameter of finished circle should measure ¾”  YARN NOTES I used a very small amount of Deborah Norville Serenity Sock Yarn. PATTERN NOTES Pattern is worked in the round (or spiral).…Read more …
Giveaway winners and MOOGLY!

Giveaway winners and MOOGLY!

and the winners are...... blaynsmom Carol Aissa Suzysnowflake Congratulations you guys! If you've found your name above then I've already sent your e-book (Crochet With Mamachee) to your Ravelry.  Another GIVEAWAY! Thank you so much to all those that responded to the giveaway here on Mamachee! If you didn't win, there is still a chance! I am sponsoring a giveaway over at MOOGLY and if you don't know who MOOGLY is, you're in for a treat! Tamara runs an amazing crochet blog full of all the good stuff. Enter to win a copy…Read more …
The JM Crocheted Throw (re-imagined)

The JM Crocheted Throw (re-imagined)

This little throw pattern calls for a K hook and worsted weight yarn....but why not use an S hook and SUPER Bulky weight yarn!?  I love love love how this blanket turned out! The yarn that I used for this blanket is discontinued (I bought it up when it was on clearance). I didn't take any notes when I was working this up (big fail) so I can't tell you much other than I started on a foundation chain of 70 and worked 44 rows. You can find the pattern on ETSY or…Read more …
Crochet With Mamachee GIVEAWAY

Crochet With Mamachee GIVEAWAY

Print book turned e-book story.... If you've been following along with my blog and/or Facebook, you may have heard that I signed a contract with a publisher. I was going to be a published Author to a real, live book! Everything was going along great...I met my dates and had all of the material completed but then came the bad news. The publishing company was sold to another company and they had to move my publish date back. I was too excited about all the patterns and material that I had put together...I just couldn't wait…Read more …
Santa Hat Mitts Crochet Pattern

Santa Hat Mitts Crochet Pattern

This is a satisfying day. I've had this crochet pattern design scribbled in my crochet book for close to three years and now I can wear them and share them. It's been a goal of mine to come out with more holiday themed crochet patterns (because i LOVE all holidays - especially Christmas!). This pattern comes in 4 sizes: Toddler/Sm. Child Child Teen/Adult Lg. Adult (Men) Skill level is easy and it's Christmas cheer level is through the roof! :) You can find this pattern on ETSY or RAVELRY  If you make a…Read more …
Free Crochet Pattern – Ruffle Blanket

Free Crochet Pattern – Ruffle Blanket

New design! What do you guys think? It's actually a little bit of an older design because I was going to include this pattern in my very first crochet book, coming Fall of 2016 but I decided not to include blankets in it and so.....here you go  :) This is a super easy blanket that looks AMAZING draped over a couch or thrown on a bed. Who doesn't love ruffles anyway? MATERIALS K hook (6.5 mm) Bulky yarn Yarn needle Scissors GAUGE 6 ½ rows and 9 dc = 3”square YARN NOTES I…Read more …
Chandi’s Hat – A new crochet hat pattern!

Chandi’s Hat – A new crochet hat pattern!

It's been awhile since I've come out with a new pattern, but I can't say that anymore :) This new pattern comes in three sizes (adult, child, and toddler). It's meant to fit a little loose, sit back on your head, and have a little bit of slouch in the back. This is a pretty easy pattern that puts a spin on basic stitches to get a pretty and unique texture. What do you think!? This pattern will work with most worsted weight yarn but I have to give a shout out to…Read more …
How to add a felt sole to your slippers.

How to add a felt sole to your slippers.

Sometimes walking on crocheted fabric is not very comfortable, especially crocheted cotton. This can easy be fixed by adding a simple felt insole...it's pretty too right!? Let's begin...How to add a felt insole (clears throat) 1) Gather Supplies You'll need a pair of slippers, scissors, a 12x12 piece of wool felt (you can find the felt I used HERE), high temp hot glue, and a marker (not pictured above). 2) Cut out insoles Lay your slippers on top of your piece of felt and mark out your cut.... and cut! cut on the…Read more …
Free crochet slouch hat pattern  : )

Free crochet slouch hat pattern : )

MATERIALS K hook 1 skein of Lion Brand Jiffy Yarn Needle Scissors GAUGE 5 dcs and 3.5 rows = 2” square YARN NOTES You’ll need one skein of Lion Brand Jiffy to complete this hat. Each skein of Jiffy is: 3 oz (85 g)/ 135 yds (123 m) Jiffy is classified as a #5 bulky but it is a pretty light weight bulky yarn so you should be able to easily obtain the correct gauge with a heavy weight worsted yarn such as Red Heart With Love and the like. PATTERN NOTES You will not…Read more …
Free Dog Leash Crochet Pattern

Free Dog Leash Crochet Pattern

I made these dog leashes back in 2009. I've really enjoyed these leashes and I still have them so I wanted to add this little pattern for you guys to enjoy.  I took these pictures back in 2009 also, I can't believe how little my kids are and how much they've grown (happy/sad mama tears). This is a very easy pattern and great scrap yarn project. Happy Crocheting!!  MATERIALS  G hook Worsted weight yarn Some fiber fill (to stuff handle for a comfortable and squishy grip - optional) Scissors Yarn Needle Dog Leash Clip (I…Read more …