ChelseaCraft Blog

This is the popular Skull Afghan pattern for sale on the Ravelry store.  Percy enjoyed this photo shoot. lol

This is the popular Skull Afghan pattern for sale on the Ravelry store. Percy enjoyed this photo shoot. lol

Welcome to my blog.  This is where I put my free crochet patterns, photos of my pets, and so forth.  I’m a Ravelry crochet designer with several published patterns. Click the Crochet link above for patterns and info on my latest designs.

I’m interested in:  textile crafts, parrots, pets, soap making, gardening, aquaponics, online gaming, DIY home projects, photography for fun, recycling/upcycling crafts.  I’m also enjoy making purses, casual shoes and jewelry using various craft techniques.  Enjoy the blog!

ChelseaCraft Crochet Patterns Available on Ravelry at this link:

ChelseaCraft Designs on Ravelry

Worsted weight yarn is used to make this semi 3D textured afghan with rows of skulls

Worsted weight yarn is used to make this semi 3D textured afghan with rows of skulls

 NOTE (03-09-2017) – Rows 7 & 13 had an error so I have revised the pattern and published it to my Ravelry, Etsy, and Craftsy stores.  In case you didn’t get the errata version, here is the tip to resolve the error.  Where it says to skip 3 sc, skip sl, skip 3 sc, change the 3 to a 2 so it reads  “SKIP TWO SC, SKIP THE SL ST, SKIP TWO SC”. Sorry about that and many thanks to Joanie for point this out to me.

8 thoughts on “ChelseaCraft Blog

  1. Keep being you. I think you are the same person who leaves some good comments on yahoo stories. I was just wondering what you did, to keep sane in this crazy world. Follow your bliss! A great instrumental. song by the B-52’s, I am artsy myself. I made potholders for Christmas this year, like I did when I was a kid. Good times.

  2. Hi Chelsea. I’m making your hexagon slippers and can’t figure out the sole. If you could help me out with it would greatly appreciate it. Thanks.

    • There is no separate sole piece. The hexagons make the sole. Just follow the diagram for sewing the hexagons together. Four hexagons make one whole slipper. You can send me messages on Ravelry.com or Etsy.com messages if you need more help. Thanks!

    • Thanks for pointing out this error in the pattern Joanie. I’ve made a revision & will be posting it on all my store sites, as well as noting it in the description text. I have sent you a copy of the revised pattern via email. I really appreciate your help with this! Hope you enjoy the pattern.
      Chelsea

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