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African Flower Pattern. I’ve gotten so many compliments, questions, and pattern requests lately about the motif up there in the center of my blog header that I thought I better get a post up about it. Some of you commented that it looks a little like the African Flower motif. Well you are correct! It is the African Flower motif … kinda. What I mean by that is it is only the first 3 rounds of the traditional African Flower pattern.

I left off the later rounds that turn the motifs into hexagons because … well … to be honest, since I just did a hexagon blanket I wanted to do a something a little different and I thought they looked pretty neat like this. And, since I am making this as coverlet for my bed and not really an afghan, I really didn’t need the coverage that the later rounds fill in. Want to give it a go? Here’s what you need: 3 colors worsted weight yarnH hooktapestry needle, scissors Click here to reference the Crochet Abbreviations Chart. Add this pattern to your Ravelry library. Special Stitches: {Lily Hexagon} May is considered to be the month of flowers and spring! Although this year it reminds more of summer since the temperatures are quite high here in Greece.

I recently found Karen's blog by chance, and started reading away! She has some fantastic patterns which I recommend you check out! One of them was the pattern of the Lily Hexagon which I simply adored and started crocheting away! The pattern uses the bobble stitch which I had never done before but I have to say I'm addicted to it now! Granny Heart Tutorial. Following my post and pattern for the Grannie Heart Bunting, I thought the hearts would make an excellent starting subject for my first tutorial.

So, here we go. My Grannie Heart Tutorial... ★★☆ - Improver A few notes before we begin: Yarn: I used Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino and a 3.5mm (E) hook, but you can use whatever yarn you like, just use the recommended hook size for your yarn. Terms: I've used British crochet terms throughout, so I must apologise in advance to anyone who is used to using the American terms. To clarify, the British terms that I have used are below in black and the American terms are given in green in brackets: British (American) Slip Stitch (Slip Stitch) Chain (Chain) Double (Single) Treble (Double) Double Treble (Treble) WRITTEN PATTERN - If you'd like the written directions only, please visit the Cherry Heart Boutique and download the Granny Heart Bunting pattern, which contains the heart instructions. Foundation ring: 1. 2. 3. 4. Round 1: 5. 6. 7. Round 2: 8. 9. 10. Puffed Daisy Hexagon. Season's Greetings! I'm sorry that it has been a while since my last post, but I've had some technical gremlins here that have kept me off-line!

It's been wet, wet, wet here for so long that I've forgotten the last completely dry day we've had – mainly miserable rain, but mixed with some snow for the last few days. Not pleasant to be out in, but the perfect excuse to stay by the fire and crochet! I'm still bobbling along, but the rounds seem to take an age to complete now, so I can only manage one or two rounds at a time... Of course, my itchy fingers have needed something smaller and quicker to create between marathon rounds so some experimenting was in order.

Puffed Daisy Hexagon - FOR A PRINTABLE PDF OF THE PATTERN CLICK HERE. I despair when I read my patterns; if any of you manage to decipher it/them you deserve a medal! Anyway, I'm obsessed with these at the moment, so enough typing, I'm getting back to bobbling. Xx. Lily Pad Hexagons... Hello from not so sunny Scotland! I haven't forgotten you all, it's just taken me longer than expected to get organised, and I also wanted to have something good to share....... but first.... Scotland in the rain is lovely; I'm really enjoying my new job and I love my new home. This is the view from my kitchen window - and these were my moving in treat to myself... I can see a loch from my bedroom window, but I'm not taking any pics until I can get out there when the sun is shining, and that has only happened so far while I've been at work.

Now enough of the necessities of life and on to the good stuff! And if you look from the side I think they look rather like lily pads...... Now I'm aware that my instructions for the puffed daisy hexagon has stumped some readers who are not quite as experienced in the crochet techniques required, so I have produced a photo-heavy tutorial below that I hope can be followed by all. Lily Pad Hexagons. A Better Granny Rectangle « crochet again. Well, I think it is better : ) As I said before, in my other Granny Rectangle post (don’t go there, I think this one is better), I have always been unsatisfied with how the center of granny rectangles line up in the middle, instead of alternating like it does in the rest of the fabric. It seems weaker and is not as pleasing to me, I just don’t like it : ) Don’t know why I didn’t do it this way the first time I got the idea, but at least I thought of it now. For the size I did in the example: Ch 22 Ch 21 (corrected 8-24-13) In the 6th chain from the hook, 3dc.

Skip 2 stitches, 3dc in same stitch. Continue across, skipping 2 and doing 3dc in the same stitch. When you reach the last ch, 1dc. Ch3 (counts as a dc) In the space on the end created by the dc and foundation ch; 2dc, ch3, 3dc, ch3, 3dc. 2 corners on the end made. 3dc in each space between across… At the next end; in the ch 5 space 3dc, ch3, 3dc, ch3, 3dc to make the corners on the other end. Like this: Like Loading... Simple Sunburst Crochet Heart Tutorial.

Hello Lovelies, we are enjoying a quiet half term week here , I've been busy spring cleaning and reorganizing. But I've also taken the opportunity to write out another tutorial for you . My original Sunburst Granny Heart , which I posted last spring has turned out to be one of my most popular patterns. That's quite a complicated design though, with many different stitches . In this version my aim was to simplify things and also to create a solid version, suitable for stuffing......... What do you think ? I'm so happy with this new version , especially the red and turquoise one....love that colour combination.

Here goes with the tutorial...lots of pictures and tips as usual ......enjoy :0) I'm again using U.S. terms and you start by making a modified sunburst granny circle. Hello again, here goes with round 4....starting to develop the heart shape. In the next stitch make 1 hdc......... 1 dc in each of the next 2 stitches........ In the next stitch make 2 dc.......... African Flower Hexagon Crochet Tutorial. Wool Eater Instructions | Crocheted Wool-Eater Blanket © 2007 Sarah London. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, scanned, stored mechanically or electronically, or translated into any language without prior permission of Sarah London. 8 ply wool 4mm crochet hook Ch 6, join with a slip stitch to form a ring. 1st round: * ch 5, work 4 dtr (wrap yarn around hook twice) into the ring, ensure to leave the last remaining loop of each stitch on the hook as shown in the photo below, now, yarn over and pull the yarn through all 5 loops on the hook. {1 cluny group made}. ch 5, slip stitch into the ring.

Rep from * 3 more times. {4 cluny groups made}. Round 2: * ch 2, work 12 dtr into the top of the cluny group, ch 2, slip stitch into the slip stitch of the previous round. Rep from * 3 times. Fasten off. {4 corners made}. Round 3: Join new colour in between any 4th and 5th dtr of the previous round. Continue working round in this manner, finishing with a slip stitch. Enjoy! Related. Chouette-le-carre-explications.pdf. Valentine craft ideas: the motif of “heart” Cute crochet hearts Crochet Valentine heart Valentine craft ideas: The motif of “Heart” You will need:1. average thickness wool2. Crochet hook № 4 Let’s start! Ch 5, 1 slst in the first ch to form a ring. Round 1: ch 4, (1 dc in the circle, ch 1) 11 times, 1 slst in the third of the four chain. Round 2: ch 3, 1 dc in the first chain of round 1, ( ch1, 2 dc in the next ch)11 times, ch1, 1 slst in the third chain of the first ch-3.

Round 3: ch 3, 2 dc in the first chain, ( ch1, 3dc in the next ch) 11 times, ch 1, 1 slst. Round 5: ch1, 2sc in the first ch on round 4, 3dc in the ch-2, 3dc in the same stitch with 3dc before, 5tr in the next ch, 3 dc in the next ch, (3hdc in the next ch) 2 times, (3dc in the next dc) 2 times, ch 1, 3dc in the same stitch with 3dc before, 3dc in the next ch, (3hdc in the next dc) 2 times, 3dc in the next ch, 5tr in the next ch, 3dc in the ch-2, 3dc in the same stitch with 3dc before, 2sc in the next ch, ch1, 1 slst. Photo: Carina's Craftblog: Tutorial: crochet granny triangle. So! Here we go with the granny triangle tutorial. Did you master the magic circle yet? Ready to go? By the way, this is the yarn I use. If you don't fancy using the magic circle, you can make a ring by making 4 chain stitches and joining them into a ring.

July 2012 - Please note: these days I do very little crochet because I'm working on an embroidery book. Por favor, respeta mis derechos de autor. Round 1 Img. 1: Ch3 in the magic circle, counts as first dc, 2dc into circle, ch2, 3dc, ch1, 3dc, ch2, 3dc, ch1, 3dc, ch2, 3dc, ch1, join into top of chain Img. 2: notice how I am holding the ring? Img. 4: See how that's all neat and tight? Round 2 Img. 7: chain 3, counts as first dc Img. 8: 2dc in the corner/ch space, ch2, then 3dc in the corner Img. 9: find the ch1 space from the last round - sometimes a bit tricky to find.. Img. 10: 3dc into the ch1 space, then repeat the following sequence twice: 3dc in corner, ch2, 3dc in corner, 3dc in ch1 space. Thank you! Granny etoile. Hi everyone; my second, baby boy option, blanket is now decided upon. I wanted a blanket covered in 5-point stars, made up of hexagon motifs similarly to my baby girls puffed daisy blanket.

This wasn't the most straightforward project to design, and I have to admit that I don't think I could just write the pattern down in a way that most people would be able to understand easily, so a comprehensive photographic tutorial is essential for this project. I would have loved to have made a video tutorial for you, but with only 1 pair of hands I'm afraid it is beyond me! (I suddenly feel the need for a large rubber band to hold my camera to my forehead! Back view below. My boys baby blanket is in shades of blue, green, white, grey and dark brown.

Go on, give it a go... Happy crocheting Karen xx. Granny Triangles - my way. Many of you asked me how to make the triangles for the bunting in my previous post. Some of you asked if there is a pattern for it. There might be a pattern for it in many places, as it is a very basic pattern. Same as in a granny square, but you work three sides instead of four. Here is how I make them. Ch4, sl st to first chain to form a ringFirst round Ch2(Counts as first dc.

Sl st in the next 2 dc (I sl st in the back of the chain) sl st into ch2 space. Third round sl st in the next 2 dc sl st into ch2 space. Repeat third round till the triangle is as big as you want. I have added small metal bells below each triangle.