Priscilla's Crochet~Free Pattern Index~ Bobwilson123 - Youtube Tutorials. Crafty Hanako. Mechanobot. Mechanobot is a hard worker Mechanobot is a hard worker.
His huge rectangular head contains enough wiring for him to remember how everything works and how it can be fixed when it's broken. And he's willing to help, whatever the problem. His chocolate-mint color combination is set off by little metal details, although most hail from the haberdashery counter rather than the hardware store. YARN TYPE - Double knitting (DK) or light worsted yarn (#3) PATTERN STITCHES - single crochet ABBREVIATIONS ch = chain st = stitch sl st = slip stitch sc = single crochet hgc = half-double crochet sc dec= single crochet decrease (decrease over 2 stitches) blo = back loops only * = repeat instructions between asterisks From the book Crobots by Nelly Pailloux.
Crochet. Blooming Flower Cushion. Daisy Square Tutorial. Here is a tutorial on how to make the Daisy Square.
I am using clusters for the petals to give them a little bit of a pointy look. They are really easy and quick to make, and if you don't have three kids clinging on to you all the time, and a part time job you could make a full blanket in a swisch! NEW INFO 25 Sep 2011: For you who live in the USA, the only thing you need to change in the abbreviations is the treble crochet which is as double crochet in the US. Se abbreviation in italic in this tutorial.
I am using UK abbreviations as follows (US terms in italic):ch = chainsl st = slip stitch tr (dc) = treble crochet (US double crochet) cl = cluster mc = make cluster made from 3 treble stitchesyo = yarn overbeg = beginningrep = repeat To begin with I want to explain how to make a cluster. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. So now we can start. Foundation ring: ch4, join with sl st to make a foundation ring. Row 2: Join yarn in new color to any ch1 space. Blooming Flower Cushion. Here is my tutorial showing how to construct this wonderful layered flower and then make it into a Blooming Flower cushion/pillow.
First of all I would like to say that this pattern is not my own. I found it via Two Butterflies blog. In this blog post, Jennifer shows her own creation and gives a link to the original pattern which is actually a vintage potholder design from the 1940's. The original pattern is short and sweet and written in US terms. The directions re how to increase in each round are vague and took me a fair amount of trial and error before I got it sussed. Before we begin, a little summary of the basic stitches. Sl st [slip stitch] :: insert hook, yarn over, pull the loop back through the stitch, then through the loop on your hook. dc [double crochet] :: insert hook, yarn over, pull the loop back through the stitch (two loops on hook), yarn over and pull through both loops on hook (note :: this is equivalent to the US sc stitch)
See below! * Time for another tutorial! I made this lineup of baby monsters for my Basic Amigurumi class at The Knitting Nest. I think they're a pretty good beginner project because it teaches how to start crochet in the round, how to single crochet, how to increase, and basic construction and customization of amigurumi. Baby Monster's Guide to Basic Amigurumi You'll need the following stuff: Small amount of worsted weight yarnSize E Crochet hook (or your favorite)Plastic safety eyes (I used 6 mm, but you can use whatever makes your monster happy!) Head/Body: Begin by making a ring with your yarn as shown. Insert the hook into the front of the ring and hook your working yarn (the yarn coming from the the ball) with the hook.
Wrap the working yarn around the hook from behind and pull through the loop on your hook. You will now single crochet six stitches into the ring. To make the circle grow, you will increase by crocheting two times into each stitch. Pattern. Hello!
So here is the next bit of the crochet along! I think last time I had finished the chevron stripe pattern, so after that section I have added rows of sc in 3 colours. Starting with the right side facing, I have done 1row of sc in dark blue, then turned and gone back, so ending up with a double row of sc. Then I've repeated this in pale pink, and mid blue. Tuto de fleurs .... - Prenons le temps. Je dois envoyer des fleurs à Nanou avec les explications, donc je dois rechercher dans mon Binzzzzz et vous avez été nombreuses à me le demander.
Alors si vous voulez des fleurs mais ne savait pas les faire, voilà mes explications et surtout celles des autres avec de nombreux tutos en images. Le crochet n'aura plus de secret pour vous : Chez Crochetons pour le Japon, une explications simple et en image du carré simple . Ainsi, vous pourrez apprendre et joindre l'utile à l'agréable.