Wednesday, June 24, 2020

CROCHET PATTERN - Memaw's Favorite Hot Pad

My grandmother (Memaw) made every grandchild a beautiful herringbone-stitch afghan.
I turned her favorite stitch into this thick and colorful hot pad. This is a quick and fun project. 
Works great as a thick dishcloth or washcloth, too!

Materials
H/8 (5.0 mm) crochet hook, yarn needle, scissors

Yarn 
2 colors of 4-ply worsted weight cotton, about 60 yards each
Sample shown using Lily Sugar 'n Cream

Finished Size
8” square (can be made larger or smaller)

Gauge 
16 stitches and 11 rows = 4” in pattern stitch

Difficulty 
Easy

Stitch Guide
CA/CB – color A/color B, CH – chain, HDC – half double crochet, SC – single crochet, SL ST – slip stitch, ST – stitch




Notes
  1. To make a "Group Stitch", work a SC and HDC in the same ST.
  2. A small "space" is made between group stitches. Those spaces are where your next row of group stitches will go.
  3. Change colors at the end of each row by completing the last SC with the new color. (See Pic 1)
  4. You will carry your unused yarn by crocheting over it in each row. (See Pic 2)
  5. Cotton is recommended because it can withstand very hot dishes. Acrylic or other synthetic fibers may warp or melt.


Instructions:

With CA, CH 28 (NOT too loosely).

Row 1:  SC and HDC in 2nd CH from hook (group stitch made), skip next ST, *group stitch in next ST, skip next ST; repeat from * across to last ST, SC in last ST, change to CB, CH 1, turn.  [13 groups + 1 SC]
* After turning, wrap unused color around side of work and stitch the next row over it.  Do this for every row. (See Pic 2)

Row 2:  With CB, work group stitch in each SC across to last SC, SC in last ST, change to CA, CH 1, turn.

Row 3:  With CA, work group stitch in each SC across to last SC, SC in last ST, change to CB, CH 1, turn.

Rows 4 – 19:  Repeat rows 2 and 3.  

Cut CA and weave in ends.
Using CB, work group stitches evenly around hot pad, working 3 HDC in each corner and placing group stitches into the end of each CB row (See Pic 3) and in every other ST on opposite side of starting chain. Fasten off & weave in all ends.

Other Suggestions

  • To add a hanging loop: work (HDC, CH 8, HDC) in one corner.
  • To make hot pad in a solid color, I still suggest you use 2 yarns because crocheting over the unused yarn adds thickness to the hot pad.
  • Get creative with combinations of solid, variegated, self-striping, and flecked yarns.
  • For a little added texture, work a DC in place of each HDC.
  • Make an extra thick hot pad by holding 2 strands of yarn together (4 strands total).

© 2013 Danyel Pink. You may sell what you make, but please credit Danyel Pink Designs for the pattern. You may not use my photos. You may NOT resell the pattern, distribute it in any form, post it online, or alter it to claim it as your own. Contact me with any questions or for pattern support.

Sunday, June 21, 2020

CROCHET PATTERN - Snowflake Headband

Adorned with a shimmering snowflake, this cozy earwarmer is a beautiful winter accessory for girls of all ages! 

Materials
US size G/6 (4.0mm) and H/8 (5.0mm) crochet hooks, yarn needle, scissors

Yarn 
Red Heart Soft worsted weight yarn (5 oz/256 yds): ½ skein #9820 Mid Blue (A)
Red Heart Shimmer worsted weight yarn (3.5 oz/280 yds): ½ skein #1010 Snow (B)

Sizes
To fit 18 (20, 22)” head circumference
3 (3.5, 4)” wide

Gauge
3 Shells and 5 Rows = 2”


Difficulty
Easy

Stitch Guide
ch - chain(s), dc - double crochet, hdc - half double crochet, sc - single crochet, sl st - slip stitch, st(s) - stitch(es)

Special Stitch
Shell = (sl st, ch 3, 2 dc) in same st.

Note:  The ch-1 at the end of a row does not count as a st.



Instructions:

Headband  
With G/6 hook and A, ch 11 (14, 17).
Row 1:  In 2nd ch from hook (sl st, ch 3, 2 dc)—Shell made; skip 2 ch, *Shell in next, skip 2 ch; repeat from * across to last ch, sc in last ch, ch 1, turn — 3 (4, 5) Shells + 1 sc.
Row 2:  Shell in 1st sc, *Shell in next ch-3 space; repeat from * across to last ch-3 space, sc in last ch-3 space, ch 1, turn — 3 (4, 5) Shells + 1 sc.
Repeat Row 2 until piece measures approximately 16.5 (18, 20)” unstretched.  
Last Row:  2 sc in sc, 3 sc in each ch-3 space across — 11 (14, 17) sc.
At end of last Row, do not ch 1 or turn.  Fasten off, leaving long tail for sewing.  
Join piece end-to-end, and sew it closed to form a circle.  Turn right-side-out (seam on inside).

Trim  
Using H/8 hook, join B with sl st into any ch-3 space on side of headband near back seam, ch 3 (loosely), *sl st in next ch-3 space, ch 3 (loosely); repeat from * around side of headband, join with sl st to 1st st, fasten off.  
Repeat on other side.

Snowflake  
With H/8 hook and B, make magic ring.
Round 1:  Ch 4 (counts as hdc, ch-2), (hdc in ring, ch 2) 5 times, sl st into 1st ch-2 space — 6 hdc + 6 ch-2 spaces.
Round 2:  (Ch 3, sl st, ch 6, sl st, ch 3, sl st) in same space as join, * sl st into next ch-2 space, (ch 3, sl st, ch 6, sl st, ch 3, sl st) in same space; repeat from * around, join to 1st sl st — 6 petals.
Fasten off, leaving a long tail for sewing.
Sew snowflake to headband with yarn needle.

Finishing 

Weave in all ends.

Other Suggestions

  • Use a fun variegated or self-striping yarn for a colorful headband.
  • Add buttons or appliqu├ęs, too.
  • When sewing Headband seam, cinch it tight to reduce bulk at back of head.


© 2016 Danyel Pink aka Danyel Pink Designs.  Images © Kimberly Dierkhising Photography.  All Rights Reserved. 

This design, the pattern, and the images are property of Danyel Pink Designs.  The buyer may use this pattern for personal use and charity.  Sales of the finished items are also permitted with credit given to Danyel Pink.  No part of this document may be reproduced, altered, or distributed in any form, or by any means, without express written permission from Danyel Pink.

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

CROCHET PATTERN - Mia Hat

The Mia Hat is fun and functional! There are endless possibilities for making yours unique. Perfect for boys and girls of all ages!

Materials 
I/9 (5.5 mm) crochet hook, yarn needle, scissors

Yarn
1-2 colors (approx. 100-125 yards) of Worsted Weight Yarn
Sample shown using Red Heart Super Saver

Sizes
0-3 Months (14-15”), 3-6 Months (15-17”), 6-12 Months (17-19”), Toddler (18-20”), Child (19-21”), Adult (21-23”)

Gauge
7 HDC and 4 Rows = 2”

Difficulty
Very Easy

Stitch Guide
BL - back loop, CH - chain, HDC - half double crochet, SL ST - slip stitch, ST(S) - stitch(es)

Notes
  1. Pattern is written for 0-3 months with 3-6 months, 6-12 months, toddler, child, and adult sizes in parentheses.
  2. I have not indicated a striping pattern.  Change colors every 2 rows to create a striped hat.



Instructions:

CH 25 (27, 29, 31, 33, 37), turn.

Row 1: HDC in 2nd CH from hook and in each ST across, CH 1, turn. [24 (26, 28, 30, 32, 36) HDC]

Rows 2 - 24 (26, 30, 32, 36, 40): HDC in BL of each HDC across, CH 1, turn.

Join end-to-end and SL ST down entire length of hat, CH 1.

Press hat flat with your hands to line up vertical stitches. Continue to SL ST across evenly, closing up the top seam of the hat. There should be no holes or bunching.
Fasten off, weave in ends, and turn hat right-side-out. Fold up the cuff.


Finishing (all sizes)

  • Pom Poms - use a pom pom maker or make them with cardboard or your fingers. Attach one to each corner at top of hat.
  • Tassels - Cut eight 8-10” lengths of yarn. Using crochet hook or latch hook, guide yarn through top corner of hat & fasten with a slip knot. Repeat on other side.
  • Braids - Cut nine 10-12” lengths of yarn. Using crochet hook, guide yarn through top corner of hat, separate into 3 equal sections and braid. Knot at end. Repeat on other side.


Other Suggestions...


  • Use variegated or self-striping yarn for a colorful hat.
  • Add buttons, bows, embroidery, a crocheted flower, patch, or appliqué to the side of the hat. 
  • Clip on bows or korkers, too.





© 2009 Danyel Pink. You may sell what you make, but please credit Danyel Pink Designs for the pattern. You may not use my photos. You may NOT resell the pattern, distribute it in any form, post it online, or alter it to claim it as your own. Contact me with any questions or for pattern support.

Monday, June 8, 2020

CROCHET PATTERN - Little Crown

This little crown is perfect for photo sessions, birthdays, playing dress-up, or as a costume accessory. It works up quick & your little ones will just love it!

Materials 
H/8 (5.0 mm) or I/9 (5.5 mm) crochet hook, yarn needle, scissors

Yarn
Small amount (less than 100 yds) of worsted weight yarn.
Sample shown using Loops & Threads Impeccable.

Sizes
0-3 Months, 3-6 Months, 6-12 Months, Toddler, Child

Gauge
7 STS = 2”

Difficulty
Easy

Stitch Guide
CH - chain, DC - double crochet, HDC - half double crochet, Picot - CH 3, SL ST into 1st CH, SC - single crochet, SL ST - slip stitch, ST(S) - stitch(es)

Notes
  1. If you know you crochet loosely, you may want to use a smaller hook.  The crown will stretch with wear.
  2. The CH-1 or CH-2 at the beginning of each round does NOT count as a stitch.  Join the end of each round to the top of the 1st ST.
  3. Crowns can be made in 2 styles: KING or QUEEN.  Work Rounds 1-3 as written, then choose either style for the 4th round.

0-3 Months  (14-15” head circumference)

Use H hook, CH 42, carefully join to form a circle.

Round 1:  CH 1, SC in each CH around, join.  [42 SC]

Round 2:  CH 1, SC in each SC around, join.  

Round 3:  CH 1, (SC in next 2, CH 1, skip 1 ST) around, join.  [14 CH-1 spaces]

KING Round 4:  CH 1, *work (3 DC, Picot, 3 DC) into next CH-1 space, SL ST into next CH-1 space; repeat from * around, join. Fasten off.

QUEEN Round 4:  CH 1, *work (3 DC, CH 2, 3 DC) into next CH-1 space, SL ST into next CH-1 space; repeat from * around, join. Fasten off.

(Either style will have 7 peaks.)


3-6 Months  (15-17” head circumference)

Use H hook, CH 48, carefully join to form a circle.

Round 1:  CH 1, SC in each CH around, join.  [48 SC]

Round 2:  CH 1, SC in each SC around, join. 

Round 3:  CH 1, (HDC in next 2, CH 1, skip 1 ST) around, join.  [16 CH-1 spaces]

KING Round 4:  CH 1, *work (3 DC, Picot, 3 DC) into next CH-1 space, SL ST into next CH-1 space; repeat from * around, join. Fasten off.

QUEEN Round 4:  CH 1, *work (3 DC, CH 2, 3 DC) into next CH-1 space, SL ST into next CH-1 space; repeat from * around, join. Fasten off.

(Either style will have 8 peaks.)




6-12 Months  (17-18” head circumference)

Use H hook, CH 54, carefully join to form a circle.

Round 1:  CH 1, SC in each CH around, join.  [54 SC]

Round 2:  CH 1, HDC in each SC around, join.  [54 HDC]

Round 3:  CH 1, (HDC in next 2, CH 1, skip 1 ST) around, join.  [18 CH-1 spaces]

KING Round 4:  CH 1, *work (3 DC, Picot, 3 DC) into next CH-1 space, SL ST into next CH-1 space; repeat from * around, join. Fasten off.

QUEEN Round 4:  CH 1, *work (3 DC, CH 2, 3 DC) into next CH-1 space, SL ST into next CH-1 space; repeat from * around, join. Fasten off.

(Either style will have 9 peaks.)


Toddler Size  (18-20” head circumference)

Use H hook, CH 60, carefully join to form a circle.

Round 1:  CH 1, SC in each CH around, join.  [60 SC]

Round 2:  CH 1, HDC in each SC around, join.  [60 HDC]

Round 3:  CH 2, (DC in next 2, CH 1, skip 1 ST) around, join.  [20 CH-1 spaces]

KING Round 4:  CH 1, *work (3 DC, Picot, 3 DC) into next CH-1 space, SL ST into next CH-1 space; repeat from * around, join. Fasten off.

QUEEN Round 4:  CH 1, *work (3 DC, CH 2, 3 DC) into next CH-1 space, SL ST into next CH-1 space; repeat from * around, join. Fasten off.

(Either style will have 10 peaks.)


Child Size  (19-21” head circumference)

Use I hook, CH 60, carefully join to form a circle.

Round 1:  CH 1, HDC in each CH around, join.  [60 HDC]

Round 2:  CH 1, HDC in each HDC around, join.

Round 3:  CH 2, (DC in next 2, CH 1, skip 1 ST) around, join.  [20 CH-1 spaces]

KING Round 4:  CH 1, *work (3 DC, Picot, 3 DC) into next CH-1 space, SL ST into next CH-1 space; repeat from * around, join. Fasten off.

QUEEN Round 4:  CH 1, *work (3 DC, CH 2, 3 DC) into next CH-1 space, SL ST into next CH-1 space; repeat from * around, join. Fasten off.

(Either style will have 10 peaks.)


Other Suggestions

  • If you would like to increase the height of the crown, feel free to add an additional round or two of SC.
  • Add buttons, ribbons, beads, or any other embellishments to your crown to make it look fancy!
  • For rounded peaks, work 8 DC in place of the ‘king’ or ‘queen’ peak instructions.
  • Work your crown in a funky variegated yarn, or trim the bottom in fun fur to make it unique!






© 2013 Danyel Pink aka Danyel Pink Designs.  All Rights Reserved.
This design, the pattern, and the images are property of Danyel Pink Designs.  The buyer may use this pattern for personal use and charity.  Sales of the finished items are also permitted with credit given to Danyel Pink.  No part of this document may be reproduced, altered, or distributed in any form, or by any means, without express written permission from Danyel Pink.


Wednesday, June 3, 2020

CROCHET PATTERN - Beary Cute Beanie

This sweet and simple beanie is topped off with bear ears for extra cuteness! Whip one up for the entire family!

Materials
H/8 (5.0 mm) and I/9 (5.5 mm) crochet hooks, yarn needle, scissors, stitch marker

Yarn
Approximately 150-200 yards of Worsted Weight Yarn
I recommend Hobby Lobby I Love This Yarn or Lion Brand Vanna's Choice.

Sizes
0-3 months, 3-6 months, 6-12 months, Toddler, Child, and Adult

Gauge
6 HDC and 5 Rounds = 2” with 5.5 mm hook

Difficulty
Very Easy

Stitch Guide
CH - chain, DC - double crochet, HDC - half double crochet, SC - single crochet, SL ST - slip stitch, ST(S) - stitch(es)

Notes
  1. The hat is worked in a continuous spiral.  Do not join at the end of each round.  Use a stitch marker to keep track.
  2. Edging options and instructions for bear ears and a bonus flower are on page 3.

0-3 Months  (14-15” head circumference)
Using I hook, start with Magic Ring.  
Round 1:  CH 1, 11 HDC in ring, do not join.  [11 HDC]
Round 2:  2 HDC in each ST around.  [22 HDC]
Round 3:  (1 HDC in next, 2 HDC in next) around.  [33 HDC]
Round 4:  (1 HDC in next 2, 2 HDC in next) around.  [44 HDC]
Round 5-12:  HDC in each ST around.  
Round 13:  HDC in each ST around, SC in next 2, SL ST in next, do not fasten off yet.  See Below for edging options & bear ears.

3-6 Months  (15-17” head circumference)
Using I hook, start with Magic Ring.  
Round 1:  CH 1, 12 HDC in ring, do not join.  [12 HDC]
Round 2:  2 HDC in each ST around.  [24 HDC]
Round 3:  (1 HDC in next, 2 HDC in next) around.  [36 HDC]
Round 4:  (1 HDC in next 2, 2 HDC in next) around.  [48 HDC]
Round 5-13:  HDC in each ST around.  
Round 14:  HDC in each ST around, SC in next 2, SL ST in next, do not fasten off yet.  See Below for edging options & bear ears.

6-12 Months  (17-19” head circumference)
Using I hook, start with Magic Ring.  
Round 1:  CH 1, 10 HDC in ring, do not join.  [10 HDC]
Round 2:  2 HDC in each ST around.  [20 HDC]
Round 3:  (1 HDC in next, 2 HDC in next) around.  [30 HDC]
Round 4:  (1 HDC in next 2, 2 HDC in next) around.  [40 HDC]
Round 5:  (1 HDC in next 3, 2 HDC in next) around.  [50 HDC]
Round 6-14:  HDC in each ST around.
Round 15:  HDC in each ST around, SC in next 2, SL ST in next, do not fasten off yet.  See Below for edging options & bear ears.

Toddler  (18-20” head circumference)
Using I hook, start with Magic Ring.  
Round 1:  CH 1, 11 HDC in ring, do not join.  [11 HDC]
Round 2:  2 HDC in each ST around.  [22 HDC]
Round 3:  (1 HDC in next, 2 HDC in next) around.  [33 HDC]
Round 4:  (1 HDC in next 2, 2 HDC in next) around.  [44 HDC]
Round 5:  (1 HDC in next 3, 2 HDC in next) around.  [55 HDC]
Round 6-15:  HDC in each ST around.
Round 16:  HDC in each ST around, SC in next 2, SL ST in next, do not fasten off yet.  See Below for edging options & bear ears.

Child  (19-21” head circumference)
Using I hook, start with Magic Ring.  
Round 1:  CH 1, 12 HDC in ring, do not join.  [12 HDC]
Round 2:  2 HDC in each ST around.  [24 HDC]
Round 3:  (1 HDC in next, 2 HDC in next) around.  [36 HDC]
Round 4:  (1 HDC in next 2, 2 HDC in next) around.  [48 HDC]
Round 5:  (1 HDC in next 3, 2 HDC in next) around.  [60 HDC]
Round 6-16:  HDC in each ST around.
Round 17:  HDC in each ST around, SC in next 2, SL ST in next, do not fasten off yet.  See Below for edging options & bear ears.

Adult  (21-23” head circumference)
Using I hook, start with Magic Ring.  
Round 1:  CH 1, 12 HDC in ring, do not join.  [12 HDC]
Round 2:  2 HDC in each ST around.  [24 HDC]
Round 3:  (1 HDC in next, 2 HDC in next) around.  [36 HDC]
Round 4:  (1 HDC in next 2, 2 HDC in next) around.  [48 HDC]
Round 5:  (1 HDC in next 3, 2 HDC in next) around.  [60 HDC]
Round 6:  (1 HDC in next 14, 2 HDC in next) around.  [64 HDC]
Round 7-17:  HDC in each ST around.  *add additional rounds as needed for length
Round 18:  HDC in each ST around, SC in next 2, SL ST in next, do not fasten off yet.  See Below for edging options & bear ears.

Edging
Option 1:  Single Crochet
CH 1, SC in each ST around, join.  Repeat as many times as needed & fasten off.






Option 2:  Rope/Crab Stitch
CH 1, RSC (reverse single crochet) in each ST around, join & fasten off.






Option 3:  Shell/Scallop
CH 1, (skip 1 ST, 4 DC in next, skip 1 ST, SL ST in next) around, join & fasten off.





Bear Ears
Using H hook, start with Magic Ring.
Row 1:  CH 2, 10 DC in ring, CH 1, turn.  (12 DC for larger ears)
Row 2:  HDC in each DC across.  Fasten off, leaving a long tail for sewing.
Sew ears near rounds 3 and 4 (or anywhere you prefer).

Other Suggestions...
  • Hold a strand of fun fur along with your yarn to make a fuzzy bear.
  • Crochet a flower to add to one ear.
  • Add stripes, or use variegated or self-striping yarns for a colorful bear.
  • Add ear flaps to make a warm hat for winter.
  • Omit ears for a great basic beanie.
© 2020 Danyel Pink. You may sell what you make, but please credit Danyel Pink Designs for the pattern. You may not use my photos. You may NOT resell the pattern, distribute it in any form, post it online, or alter it to claim it as your own. Contact me with any questions or for pattern support!

Monday, June 1, 2020

KNITTING PATTERN - Baby Pixie Bonnet

This knit bonnet is perfect for sweet newborns! Great project for experienced beginners.

Materials 
Size 8 (5.0 mm) straight needles, size 8 DPNs, yarn needle, scissors, stitch marker

Yarn
Approximately 100 yards of DK weight yarn
Sample to left shown using Knit Picks Organic Cotton. Sample below shown using Knit Picks Chroma Worsted.

Sizes 
Newborn, 0-3 months, 3-6 months

Gauge
18 STS and 24 Rows = 4” in Stockinette Stitch

Difficulty
Easy

Stitch Guide
CO - cast on, K - knit, P - purl, RS - right side, ST - stitch

Notes
  1. You will need to know how to “pick up and knit” and how to complete a “Three Needle Bind Off”. www.knittinghelp.com is a good resource.
  2. The Newborn size is intended for brand new babies, less than 2 weeks old.
  3. I do knit a bit snugly. You may need to use smaller needles to make gauge.
  4. PIC A, PIC B, and PIC C are located at bottom of post.


Instructions:

NEWBORN  (13-14” head circumference)

CO 48.

Row 1, 3: (K1, P1) across. [48 STS]

Row 2, 4: (P1, K1) across. [48 STS]

Row 5: Knit (mark as RS)

Row 6: Purl

Rows 7-34: Repeat Rows 5 and 6. (Piece should measure about 5 1/2” now.)

Next, divide stitches evenly onto 2 DPNs. Turn work so that right sides are facing and bind off using “Three Needle Bind Off” method. (SEE PIC A)
Along the bottom (unfinished) edge of the bonnet, pick up STS in every other space (SEE PIC B). [34 STS]
Work (K1, P1) ribbing for 4 rows, binding off with the 4th row. Weave in all loose ends. The seam should face the back.
Finally, cut six 18” lengths of yarn, thread them through the front corner of the bonnet, braid them and knot off. (Make them longer or shorter as desired.) Repeat on other corner. (SEE PIC C)


0-3 MONTHS (14-15” head circumference)

CO 52.

Row 1, 3: (K1, P1) across. [52 STS]

Row 2, 4: (P1, K1) across. [52 STS]

Row 5: Knit (mark as RS)

Row 6: Purl

Rows 7-36: Repeat Rows 5 and 6. (Piece should measure about 6” now.)

Next, divide stitches evenly onto 2 DPNs. Turn work so that right sides are facing and bind off using “Three Needle Bind Off” method. (SEE PIC A)
Along the bottom (unfinished) edge of the bonnet, pick up STS in every other space (SEE PIC B). [36 STS]
Work (K1, P1) ribbing for 4 rows, binding off with the 4th row. Weave in all loose ends. The seam should face the back.
Finally, cut six 18” lengths of yarn, thread them through the front corner of the bonnet, braid them and knot off. (Make them longer or shorter as desired.) Repeat on other corner. (SEE PIC C)


3-6 MONTHS (15-17” head circumference)

CO 58.

Row 1, 3: (K1, P1) across. [58 STS]

Row 2, 4: (P1, K1) across. [58 STS]

Row 5: Knit (mark as RS)

Row 6: Purl

Rows 7-40: Repeat Rows 5 and 6. (Piece should measure about 7” now.)

Next, divide stitches evenly onto 2 DPNs. Turn work so that right sides are facing and bind off using “Three Needle Bind Off” method. (SEE PIC A)
Along the bottom (unfinished) edge of the bonnet, pick up STS in every other space (SEE PIC B). [40 STS]
Work (K1, P1) ribbing for 4 rows, binding off with the 4th row. Weave in all loose ends. The seam should face the back.
Finally, cut six 18” lengths of yarn, thread them through the front corner of the bonnet, braid them and knot off. (Make them longer or shorter as desired.) Repeat on other corner. (SEE PIC C)


Other Suggestions
✦ Other yarns that work well: Cascade 220 Soft Spun, Mochi Plus, Red Heart Shimmer, Red Heart Boutique Unforgettable
✦ Work the K1/P1 ribbing on the front & bottom with a different color.
✦ Work K1/P1 for the first 4 rows for a ribbed trim.
✦ Use self-striping or variegated yarns for a colorful bonnet.
✦ Add a small pom pom or tassel to the tip and or ends of the braids.
✦ Leave off braids and weave in fabric or ribbons to create the ties.


© 2012 Danyel Pink aka Danyel Pink Designs.  All Rights Reserved.  Professional Photos © Britny Sirotak Photography and Photos by Lindsay
This design, the pattern, and the images are property of Danyel Pink Designs.  The buyer may use this pattern for personal use and charity.  Sales of the finished items are also permitted with credit given to Danyel Pink.  No part of this document may be reproduced, altered, or distributed in any form, or by any means, without express written permission from Danyel Pink.