Rosary Pouch. Thank you for visiting Little House in the Suburbs. If you like what you see, please SUBSCRIBE and be sure to check out OUR BOOK. I made these AGES ago, (to go with some baptism rosaries), but we’ve quite a few requests for the pattern, so I had to accost a previous recipient and ask to see it. Embarrassing! This pattern uses afghan stitch, but I used a regular needle since the work is only 15 stitches wide. Rosary Pouch E or F hook, worsted weight cotton FOUNDATION CHAIN: Ch 15. ROWS 1-25: Work Afghan Stitch for every row. HANDLE: Chain 25 and secure to left top corner. CROSS: Using a yarn needle and yellow bulky baby yarn, stitch cross on second row from top (row 24) and start on the 7th stitch from the left. FINISHING: Fold the bottom to the top, putting wrong sides together and stitch sides with yarn needle and your original yarn.
Fasten off. Ivory P.S.: We’re accepting entries for a Giveaway until Jan. 27. Like this: Like Loading... Related Child’s Snuggie In "Crafts" Unnamed Dishcloth. Crocheted Rosary Pattern–FREE! Thank you for visiting Little House in the Suburbs. If you like what you see, please SUBSCRIBE and be sure to check out OUR BOOK. I looked FOREVER for a rosary pattern. I found one, but the beads were too difficult for me. This lady, wisely advised me to change the beads to puff stitches, and with a few other alterations, I’ve made about fifty of these. They make fantastic gifts for Catholics, and once you get the hang of the pattern, it will take less than an hour to do each one.
Very inexpensive, yet a gift that will be loved for years. Also, if you’re ever looking for a service project, this group sends rosaries all over the world. Rosary I use either an E or F hook to make these depending on my mood and the yarn. To work the beads: LIL BEAD– Make a puff stitch BIG BEAD–Make the same stitch, but collect 11 loops on the hook instead of 7. First set of beads: -Ch4 -Work one BIG BEAD -Ch 4 -LIL BEAD, ch 2, LIL BEAD, ch 2, LIL BEAD -Ch 4 -BIG BEAD -Ch 4 Espagnol: Rosario Realización: Like this: Lobster Cord Bracelets. Bracelets made with lobster stitch cord I recently came across lobster stitch cord in the free ebook Priscilla’s Crochet.
I hadn’t heard of it before, so I thought I’d give it a try since it is always good to learn a new stitch, and cords can come in pretty useful for bag handles etc. Lobster stitch cord I must admit that the directions were a little confusing and when I searched online, it took me a while to find a good explanation, and that was on a forum, so I thought I’d post a tutorial here since it is actually very easy with a few pictures. Plain lobster st with central mother-of-pearl button Once I’d figured out how to do it I realised this cord could be useful for jewellery making because there are a couple of places you can add beads to for different looks.
How to make lobster stitch cord: To begin, chain two and the sc in the 2nd chain from the hook. After 1st sc Look carefully at the work; the completed stitch points down the hook towards your hand. Pivoting the work. Sc completed. Crochet Beaded Bracelet. I've found another use for my crochet cotton thread - a beaded bracelet. It's great for summer, when you might be getting sweaty, dirty, or jumping in the pool (sea, lake, whatever), because it's washable - so you don't even have to take it off. This pattern could easily be changed to be an anklet or choker. It's a simple single crochet, so you can add stitches to make it wider and rows to make it longer. I used beads for my bracelet, but you can use anything you can string on the thread: beads, buttons, sequins ... use your imagination *and* your stash. I reserve the copyright on the pattern and the instructions (which means you can't reprint this anywhere), but feel free to make all the bracelets you want and do anything you want with them (yep, you can sell them).
If you make a bracelet, let me know. I'd love to see it! Supplies Crochet Cotton Thread48 beads1 buttonbig-holed needlesize C (2 or 2.75mm) crochet hook Abbreviations Basic Instructions 2) Chain 7. I'm a tight crocheter. Mr. Micawber's Recipe for Happiness: Bead Crochet 101: Beachy Little Bracelet #3. Ready to do a little more quick and easy bead crochet? Here's the third Beachy Little Bracelet. We've already made Sea Glass and Shells. This one is called Waves. It's the middle one in the picture below: Here's what you'll need to make this bracelet: Some No. 10 crochet thread (I used DMC Baroque), a large-eyed sewing needle, three colours of 6° beads or E beads, a button, and a crochet hook.
Note: Thread is held double for this project. Let's make Waves! String your beads on the double thread, 3 of each colour at a time. Make a slip knot, leaving a 4" tail. Slide your first 3 beads down close to the needle, and chain 3, one bead in each chain: Notice how the beads are at the back of your work? TURN, and make 1 half-double crochet in the chain-4 loop: Now the beads are sticking out to one side. Slide the next 3 beads down near the hook, and chain 3 again, 1 bead at a time. TURN, and make 1 half-double crochet in the space between the last bead chain and half-double crochet. That's it. Free Crochet Basketweave Bracelet Pattern. Click on any photo to see it larger. Buttons sewn onto the first 8 rows of single crochets. Triple Crochets at the other end of the bracelet. Crochet Basketweave Bracelet My Basketweave Bracelet could also be named The Bracelet That Languished on My Coffee Table For a Month Begging to Be Finished.
But that name is way too long! Basketweave Bracelet Pattern created by Gayle www.planetmfiles.com Size: Approximately 1-1/2 inches wide, make it as long as you need it. Materials: Size 10 crochet thread. Gauge: Not important Abbreviations: ch = chain, sc = single crochet, sl st = slip stitch, st = stitch, dc = double crochet, fpdc = front post double crochet, bpdc = back post double crochet, tr = triple crochet Notes: I find it helpful to use my stitch markers to mark the top of my turning chains as I make them and move the marker up as I go. Pattern: To begin: This portion of the bracelet is where you will eventually sew on the buttons. Now, you are moving on to the basketweave portion of the bracelet. Fiber Flux: Free Crochet Pattern...Little Daisy Earrings!
Looking for a lightning fast gift? Perhaps a cute new springy pair of earrings? Little Daisy Earrings are a fun, fast and beautiful project that are also inexpensive to make too! Little Daisy Earrings By Jennifer Dickerson Add this project to your Ravelry Queue: Here's what you'll need: Embroidery flossE (3.5 mm) crochet hookTapestry needleScissorsEarring posts and backsBeads or buttons for centers of flowersEarrings posts and backsHot glue or fabric glue Begin by making 2 flowers: Foundation: Chain 5 and join with a slip stitch to form a ring.Round 1: Work (3 dc, sl st) into center of ring five times, then join with a slip stitch to close flower and fasten off.
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