Want a tiny sphere? A giant pouf? Achieve the perfect size with this easy crochet ball formula. On Craftsy!

How to Crochet a Ball of Any Size

Put a touch of cat nip in a cheese cloth bag and sew inside and you have an instant cat toy. Want a tiny sphere? A giant pouf? Achieve the perfect size with this easy crochet ball formula. On Craftsy!

How to crochet a ball, perfect tutorial!.

How to crochet a ball, perfect tutorial! I've always wanted to crochet a hacky sack!

Mini Crochet Ball Garland Pattern — Megmade with Love

Mini Crochet Ball Garland Pattern — Megmade with Lo

Want a tiny sphere? A giant pouf? Achieve the perfect size with this easy crochet ball formula. On Craftsy!

How to Crochet a Ball of Any Size

Cats Toys Ideas - Want a tiny sphere? A giant pouf? Achieve the perfect size with this easy crochet ball formula. On Craftsy! - Ideal toys for small cats

One of my favorite techniques to learn was how to crochet in a spiral…you end up with a project that is beautifully and evenly striped.

SPIN BALLS ❤ One of my favorite techniques to learn was how to crochet in a spiral…you end up with a project that is beautifully and evenly striped.

The Secret To Perfect Amigurumi + Crochet Ball Pattern |Just B Crafty ✿⊱╮Teresa Restegui http://www.pinterest.com/teretegui/✿⊱╮

The Secret To Perfect Amigurumi + Crochet Ball Pattern

Crochet Balls/Hearts Baby Mobile - Grey/Yellow/Pale Yellow Ball's Mobile(5-color mobile) - Boys/Girls room decoration

Crochet Balls/Hearts Baby Mobile - Grey/Yellow/Pale Yellow Balls mobile) - Boys/Girls room decoration Hanging mobile in babys

FABULOUS way to use up those little odds and ends of yarn, and have colorful balls for the kids to play with!

Colorful Christmas ball crochet pattern by ATERGcrochet. So colorful! What a great use for leftover yarn

10 different sized patterns of mathematically correct crochet spheres.  Free Ravelry download.  Hmmm... wonder if this would work for knitting?

This pattern is for mathematically ideal crochet spheres of different sizes! There are 10 different sizes in this pattern. Turns out the number of stitches in each row scales with sin(theta), where theta is the polar angle of the sphere.

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