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Tutorial montage de mailles à l'anglaise. Très utile en cours d'ouvrage, ce montage ne nécessite qu'un fil et ne se détend pas au risque de gondoler.

Tutorial montage de mailles à l'anglaise

Prenons exemple sur l'écharpe à la tresse. Commencer le rang jusqu'au moment du montage, tourner le travail comme pour tricoter les mailles que l'on vient de tricoter, passer le fil derrière le travail, planter l'aiguille entre les deux premières mailles, faire un jeté en passant le fil du bas vers le haut devant l'aiguille droite, ramener une boucle, étirer doucement la boucle pour la glisser sur l'aiguille gauche. La première maille est montée. TUTO TRICOT PONCHO BEBE AU TRICOT FACILE TRICOT DEBUTANT PATTERN BABY PONCHO KNITT. Cartes brodees - Page 5. Cartes brodees - Page 5. Whether you’ve arrived from Pinterest, one of the quilting forums, CraftGossip, Total Tutorials or another of the wonderful sites that have linked to my Prairie Point Star Ornament Tutorial, I’m so glad you’re here!

Pay It Forward Gift Received and My Turn to PIF Posted by susan on 13th October 2011 Back in May of this year, Jane from Sew Create It posted about the Pay It Forward gift she had received and then asked for three bloggers who would be willing to sign up to continue the Pay It Forward fun.

I was lucky enough to be visiting Jane’s blog shortly after she posted and opted to play along by being the first to comment. Jane is a fellow Canadian who lives in England with her husband and two daughters. We Canadians really do scatter ourselves across the globe, don’t we? You really should check out her blog not just for the quilts she makes but for her lovely photography, as well. My Pay It Forward gift(s) from Jane arrived in the mail yesterday. Very late last night, I finished hand sewing the binding to the back of my Christmas Mouse wall hanging.

Earlier in the evening, getting the binding sewn on so that I didn’t cut off the points of the diamonds was an interesting challenge. When I was sewing the half square triangles (hst) together, I used Pat Sloan’s How to Keep Your Points tutorial and was so pleased with how most of my points turned out. But adding the binding to the front, completely covers the points making it impossible to see them. I’ve been making my tissue box covers in Christmas fabrics but they can, of course, be made in fabrics to match your decor or if giving as gifts to match the tastes of the recipient.

Once I had the paper pattern made, each cover takes about an hour to complete. This tutorial is for non-directional fabrics. The tutorial for using directional (fabrics that have an obvious one-way print) will be up on the blog just as soon as I get enough sunshine to finish photographing the steps. Friday Night Sew In Results Posted by Super Mom No Cape on 27th October 2012 I am pleased to say that this month’s FNSI was a success.

I set out to finish embroidering the flowers on the blue bird panel and I succeeded in doing just that. The embroidery/quilting on both bird panels is now complete and it’s on to adding the beading. To make FNSI even more successful, I managed to get the second kit of hexies hand basted ready to stitch together into a hexie flower. The hand basting of the hexies went much faster on this set than the first one and they are relaxing to sit and do in the evening. Whether you’ve arrived from Pinterest, one of the quilting forums, CraftGossip, Total Tutorials or another of the wonderful sites that have linked to my Prairie Point Star Ornament Tutorial, I’m so glad you’re here!

Tutorials are the most rewarding posts that I create for Super Mom – No Cape! (Click on the Sewing Tutorials tab directly under my blog banner to be taken to the page featuring all my past tutorials.) I’ll be sharing several fun, new tutorials over the coming weeks and months. Make sure not to miss any of them by subscribing to receive updates each time I post. Materials required: Sixteen 5” charm squares. POINT MOUSSE (en allers et retours): Tricoter tous les rangs à l'endroit. 1 côte mousse = 2 rangs end POINT MOUSSE (en rond sur aiguilles doubles pointes): Tricoter: *1 tour end, 1 tour env*, répéter de *-*. 1 côte mousse = 2 tours.

POINT FANTAISIE: Voir les diagrammes A.1-A.2. St Louis Boots - Chaussons DROPS au point de riz, en ”Eskimo”. Du 35 au 42 - Free pattern by DROPS Design. Autre langue: DROPS ESKIMO UNI COLOUR (50g) 2.15 EUR 1.85 EUR Malheureusement, le magasin que vous avez choisi pour commander, n'a pas cette qualité en stock.

St Louis Boots - Chaussons DROPS au point de riz, en ”Eskimo”. Du 35 au 42 - Free pattern by DROPS Design

Cliquez ici pour trouver d'autres magasins pour en commander. DROPS ESKIMO MIX (50g) 2.45 EUR 2.10 EUR Malheureusement, le magasin que vous avez choisi pour commander, n'a pas cette qualité en stock. Cliquez ici pour trouver d'autres magasins pour en commander. Chili - Chaussettes courtes DROPS avec torsades, en "Alaska". - Free pattern by DROPS Design.

Autre langue: DROPS ALASKA UNI COLOUR (50g) 2.10 EUR 1.68 EUR Malheureusement, le magasin que vous avez choisi pour commander, n'a pas cette qualité en stock.

Chili - Chaussettes courtes DROPS avec torsades, en "Alaska". - Free pattern by DROPS Design

Traditionnelle, Hardanger, Peinture à l'aiguille et autres Napperon (Pointes folles), Armande D. Ensemble de napperon (Pointes folles de plus près), Armande D. Mitaine de four, Armande D. Mitaine de four, Armande D. Broderie de Beauvais, Jocelyne D. Traditionnelle, Hardanger, Peinture à l'aiguille et autres Broderie terminée sur filet noué à l'exposition 2013, Louise P. Broderie Filet Noué (travail en cours), Louise P. Signets Broderie Noire, Thérèse Z. Devises : CAD$