Rose. Abbreviations: Materials: Yarn: I used Novita’s crochet yarn for this particular rose.
The yarn is 100% mercerised cotton. (You can pretty much use any yarn you wish.) I find that a rather thin yarn works best. Hook: Depending on thickness (weight) of your yarn, use whichever hook suitable. And a needle to stitch it all up! Instructions: Note 1: You can either leave a long tail of yarn at the start or at the finish of the rose (or both ends), to stitch the strip of petals together. Row 1: Make as many chains as you wish, in order to create a rose the size you wish. For this example rose: make 118ch. (You should have 39 V-shapes at the end of row 1.) Row 2: First 3ch (counts as the first dc). Row 3: This is the row that creates the final petals. Start row 3 straight away with double crochet stitches after turning, working the double crochet stitches into the 2-ch spaces, and then attaching each petal to the next 2-ch space with a sc. Assembling the rose. Crocodile Stitch Flower: Free Pattern.
Style="display:inline-block;width:468px;height:60px" data-ad-client="ca-pub-9054126214526730" data-ad-slot="9702217600"> I absolutely love this crochet flower!
It offers height, depth, detail, everything you want from a crochet embellishment. The best part about it is that you can work it up from start to finish in about 2 hours. Alright, so it’s not exactly the crocodile stitch but with my lack of floral knowledge, I wasn’t sure what flower it closely resembles. You’ll find that it is pretty similar to the crocodile stitch however, the foundation had to be modified slightly to allow for the flower formation. One of these Crocodile Stitch Flowers by B.hooked Crochet would make sweet embellishments when made with Vanna’s Choice yarn! The Crocodile Stitch Flower Please do not copy, sell or redistribute this pattern without first obtaining my permission. Crafty Hanako. Piano Key Scarf. EDIT: This pattern was updated on December 21, 2009.
The pattern as written now, uses a larger hook size (to solve the stiffness problem) and includes tips for changing colors and carrying loose ends as you work so that you will have only ONE loose end to tuck in after you complete your scarf. This pattern is intended for people with experience and lots of patience as a lot of color changes are required. This pattern is not recommended for beginners. Please read this pattern fully and carefully before beginning. You will be required to repeat certain rows to obtain the piano key layout. Gauge: 11 sc = 3’’ 6 rows = 2’’ Gauge Swatch: 3’’w x 2’’h (7.5 cm x 5 cm) ch 12. How to Change Colors in this Pattern For this pattern, when you are instructed to change colors, make one chain with the color you are currently using, then cut the yarn and pull the loop on your hook so that the loose strand of yarn is pulled through the stitch. Crochet Rochelle: Pretty Baby Beanie. Hey Crochet Rockers!
We’ve reached 450+ likes on FB, so I thought “hey – I’m gonna spread the crochet love to all these new friends!” Here’s my version of a simple baby beanie that is easy to crochet and works up in an evening (even for beginners). Tuto à oreilles - The HappyDark Fluo World of Zoopy. Voici un tuto pas très compliqué, pour te faire un bonnet à oreilles qui réchauffera les tiennes !
Facile à faire avec une machine à coudre, mais il est tout à fait faisable à la main avec un peu de patience. Matos : Polaire noir, minimum 30x70 cmTissu rouge 20x30 cmMatériel de couture et machine si possible Sur le polaire, trace 4 suppositoires géants côte à côte (ça ressemble, non ?) Pour que la largeur totale fasse ton tour de tête, et une hauteur de 22cm environ Découpe selon les pointillés.
Cuddly Cat Crochet Scoodie. Several things came together to make the Cuddly Cat Crochet Scoodie with Pockets – a reader request, my kids’ love of animals, and the inevitable need for new winter hats!
Out of all these came this fun hat/hood-scarf-pockets cat lover’s combo! Of course, it doesn’t have to be a cat – change the ear style and it can be any animal at all – the colors had me thinking both wolf and Totoro! In an orangey red it would make a great fox too. Your imagination is the only limit! Piano Key Scarf. Mittens - Single Crochet Adult.
Mittens - Single Crochet Adult Skill Level: IntermediateWritten by Teresa Richardson Video Tutorial: Mittens - Single Crochet AdultGauge: 12 Stitches = 4 inches; 14 Rows = 4 inches Materials:Size I Crochet Hook4-ply Worsted Weight yarnYarn Marker - Scrap yarn tails work very well AbbreviationsFSC = Foundation Single CrochetSC = Single CrochetCh = ChainSL ST = Slip StitchEA = EachST = Stitch Note: The purpose of the yarn markers is to know where the first stitch is at.
It is easy to lose track when working in a continual round. I will be providing two ways to start the mittens. Start 1: 7 FSCStart 2: Chain 8, 7 SC in chain Round 1: CH 1, 3 SC in the same stitch, 1 SC in ea of the next 5 SC, 3 SC in the same ST. 1 SC in ea of the next 5, join. Round 2: CH 1, SC in the same ST, 3 SC in the next ST. 1 SC in ea of the next 7 St's, 3 SC in the next ST. 1 SC in ea of the next 6 St's, do not join. Newborn Diaper Cover Pattern.