On my hook. Another Lapghan done!
I finished up another lapghan for the Nursing home so thought I better go ahead and post it in here. Hehehe I used the Stunning Shells pattern in the “Best loved Afghans” book. Gera's Granny for Eline. Stricken lernen, Häkeln lernen mit eliZZZa * Socken stricken, Stricken Anleitungen,Strickmuster, Häkelmuster, Häkelanleitungen. Pin by Pia Kavén-Bailey on Crochet or knit afghans and pillows. Vintage popcorn square... I received a lovely email from a lady called Sue telling me she had worked out the pattern for the vintage blanketI bought from a charity shop last week.
Cue great excitement on my part... Sue - who has a delightful blog Mrs Micawber - not only worked out the pattern, but proceeded to write a very comprehensive pattern for me; so much so that I produced the above square with no head scratching or colourful language! The commaraderie that has been shown through finding this vintage blanket and my enquiring about the pattern has warmed my heart no end. It took me about one hour to make this square, so I cannot imagine how long it took to work out the pattern. Lu44's prairie star afghan. Lily Pad Hexagons. 毛线球2008冬 - 白延利. Cotton Afghan. Floral Baby Blanket. Wedewschool's Moorish Mosaic Afghan. What’s on Our Amazing Afghan Rack This Month? Have you seen the gorgeous patterns on our afghan rack this month?
We’re featuring 4 beautiful afghans made with Amazing, our featured yarn of the month for May. The color changes in a single ball of Amazing do all the work for you; creating gradual stripes of coordinated shades as you knit or crochet your project. All these patterns are available for free on LionBrand.com, so you can come to the Studio and print them off or click the links below to download them yourself! Nordic Star Afghan Square pattern by Priscilla Hewitt. Howdy, stranger!
Sign in or create an account. CascadeKnitter's Fall Blanket. Bullion Beach Blanket. Long forgotten cushions. 300 crochet patterns book - motifs,edgings - 2006 - Lita Zeta. Hawaiian Flowers PDF. Pin by Nicki Pierce on Crochet. Book Review- Connect the Shapes Crochet Motifs. Connect the Shapes Crochet Motifs- Creative Techniques for Joining Motifs of All Shapes by Edie Eckman is both a crochet techniques book and a motif pattern book.
In the first part of the book, the author goes over the basics about how to read international crochet notation or charted patterns and combine that with a text pattern for very clear instruction on how to work the pattern. She discusses color theory and balance, then gets into the techniques. Joining motifs, especially those with picots, mesh or lace edging can be tricky. Knitters Mercantile Blog. Our March and April class schedule is up!
Peruse the descriptions. Check out the pictures. 10 Fantastic and Free New Crochet Squares for Afghans! I’ve done two roundups in the past featuring crochet squares for afghans – the first in February 2012, and again in August.
While these squares are fantastic, there are still more new amazing and free crochet square patterns that have come out since – and they deserve a list of their own! UPDATE 4/23 – Two of the patterns are no longer offered for free. They’ve been marked as such, but I’ve left the links, as they’re still good patterns! Crochet Corner - Knitting Daily. Image Result for. Image Result for. Paperweight Granny African Flower. African Flower Hexagon Join-as-you-go Tutorial. Today was a quiet day...we spent it at home, just pottering about.
Gerry had to go and do rounds, and the kids did homework while I photographed the tutorial. It was a warm, sunny summers day here in SA, and the kids spent the afternoon swimming.... A visitor asked for a tutorial on how to join-as-you-go when you are crocheting African Flower Hexagons... here you are .... Start with one completed hexagon. Crochet a second hexagon, up until you are crocheting the last round. At the apex of the flower petal, (where you will do 2 DC into the same space , with a chain stitch in between), work up until you have made ONE of the 2 DC at the apex of the petal. Chain 1 st. Insert your crochet hook as shown, through the little hole of the other hexagon, at the petal point. Yarn around hook. Pull yarn through both the hole and the stitch on the hook. Yarn around hook... Yarn around hook again, and DC into the SC loops of the round before...just as above... Completing DC. Yarn around hook... Yoyo Crochet. A Guest Post by Elsa.
If you’ve ever tried to make an afghan or scarf or other crocheted project with motifs, you’ll know that stitching together all the individual pieces can be quite annoying! This tutorial will show you a new way of doing this, with assemble-as-you-go pieces, so there’s no sewing required! This tutorial will show small circular pieces being joined together, but you can also use these techniques on granny squares and other motif shapes.First Yoyo ch 4, sl st to first ch form a ring. ch 2 (counts as first dc), 12 dc into ring. If you want, you can change colors here. Now you have completed your first yoyo. Net Joining After finishing your first yoyo, start your second yoyo: ch 4, sl st in first ch forming a ring, 12 dc in ring, (ch 3, sc to next dc) 6 times, *ch 1, sc in one of the ch-3 spaces on the first yoyo, ch 1, sc in next dc on second yoyo, repeat from * one more time.
Pull the stitch through, ch 1, sc in the next dc on the second yoyo. Crochet Hexagon Tutorial...... Part One. Hello Lovelies , here we go at last with my hexagon tutorial, thank you for being so patient:0) Firstly I want to make it clear this is not my own pattern but a free online pattern originally published by Coats and Clark HERE .Click link on this page for PDF.
I want to thank the lovely people over at C&C for giving me permission to do this tutorial. I have possibly gone a little overboard with the photos but I wanted this to be as clear as possible for you lovelies. As usual I'm using U.S. terms So lets get started ........ Crocodile Stitch Afghan Block - Dahlia pattern by Joyce Lewis. This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download There has been some interest lately in using the crocodile stitch in a “flower” afghan block. It is usually worked in rows, not rounds, but the scales look so much like petals that using them in a flower seems an obvious step. This variation on the original stitch is my attempt at incorporating this popular motif into a square, worked-in-the-round afghan block. To me, it looks like a dinner-plate dahlia, just beginning to open, so that’s what I’m calling it – the Croco-Dahlia, however, the petals and background may be worked in any color combination.
This 6 inch test block was made with Caron Simply Soft Collection, worsted weight yarn and a size G hook. JudyK's Square Star (PLS see notes for source) Image Result for.