Photo © Louis GaillardRéalisation © Vania Leroy-Thuiller pour Marie Claire Idées tutorials clic pic Je vous présente Dune, « l'étole des mers » parue dans le tout dernier numéro de Marie Claire Idées, un modèle que j'ai conçu en exclusivité pour l'Oisivethé avec les fils Juno, que j'affectionne tout particulièrement. Crocheté en 5 jours à la fin de l'été dernier, j'avais vraiment hâte de le partager avec vous. Vous pouvez acheter le kit de laine ici. Let me introduce you Dune, the shawl I've designed exclusively for l'Oisivethé that is published in the latest issue of French Magazine Marie Claire Idées, made with Juno Buffy yarn.
This tutorial is for both right and left handed people. For left handed pictures, roll your mouse over the image and it will change for you. Tunisian stitches also known as afghan stitches, create a very elegant basket weaved look. Tunisian stitches are like a cross between crocheting and knitting because in crocheting these stitches it involves leaving loops on your hook when you are crocheting forward and then removing them when you crochet in reverse. How to Crochet: Tunisian Simple Stitch (TSS)
oh!villo En el siguiente proyecto me he propuesto hackear el tapete de toda la vida. La gracia en este caso, está en el botón, colocado en el centro del tapete y que se activa cuando se pone algún peso encima como una taza de té. El doily que veis en el tutorial está sacado de este diagrama pero he cambiando un poco el centro para que la pila quedara perfectamente escondida.
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Hello friends! I have had many, many requests for a How-To tutorial so others could make a Crochet Chain Link Necklace, so I thought I ought to do it :-) These necklaces are simple, pretty & even practical, yep, they're baby proof! So here's what you need to know to make yourself a Crochet Chain Link Necklace:
One of the things I love about my passion for crochet is being able to make beautiful, unique items for my little girl that cannot be purchased in stores and are handcrafted with a lot of love! For Myla’s 1st birthday, she was gifted with a pair of Padraig boots (see here if you’ve never seen them before) from some dear friends: these boots were crocheted with New Zealand wool, lined with sheepskin and had leather soles! Myla wore them for the next couple of months and they were great as they were warm and provided great grip as she learned how to walk around. You can see Myla wearing them in this photo I posted to Instagram below (don’t you love our matching parkas?)! As soon as Ryan and I laid eyes on these Padraigs, we knew we wanted to try and crochet Myla a pair of boots with a leather or suede sole that would be functional for our walking toddler (see my previous baby boots here).
I’m not sure if I’d manage a granny square evening dress…. But I’m loving the cowl I made last week and have been quite excited to show you! I must apologise for the photos, I’ve cropped them right down this week, so you can’t see the whole effect, but let me tell you, it really is lovely, I tried it on my friend to see how it looked on someone and couldn’t get it off her and back around my neck fast enough! Being that we are heading into winter at what seems like a veeeeeery fast pace right now, I’m obsessed with cowls and this I have to tell you, is the first of a series of cowl posts.
I designed these little hanging decorations to add some colourful, homespun Hooky Goodness to my Christmas Tree this season, but there's no reason why they can't be used all year round and in all sorts of ways. I've had suggestions for using them as baby rattles, baby mobiles, as tags on wrapped gifts, or simply just as little decorative gifts to pass on to friends and family. These are quick and satisfying little things to work up, ideal to use up those little itty bits of stash yarn that you might have lurking somewhere. I personally prefer to use cotton yarn for making decorations (here I've used Rico Creative Cotton), but any yarn would be fine. I also tend to switch down a hook size for making decorations which keeps the stitches quite tight and prevents the polyester stuffing showing through the gaps. Bauble Decoration
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Crochet Artist Anu Tuominen One of the items I shared on this weekend’s link love was a link to a post by Things Bright about the crocheted potholder art exhibit by Anu Tuominen. I made a mental note to follow up and learn more about this artist and I’ve done that so I thought I’d share with you what I learned. More About Artist Anu Tuominen Anu Tuominen is a Finnish born conceptual artist who explores, among other themes, methods of translating linguistic ideas into their visual equivalent. This transcends language and is one of the reasons that she appeals to both Finnish-speaking and non-Finnish viewers.
Warm Yourself: Handmade Knit, Crochet & Fabric Cozy Designs Bike Hand Warmers, Bike Gloves, Crochet Mittens, Cowls, Cozy Accessories Do you know how does it feel to be in constantly cold? Do you find it difficult to stand the low temperatures?
So I was looking around blogdom, and came across these gorgeous pincushions here, and after a few little linkys found a great pattern here, and of course, I had to make one of my own straight away!! Isn't it cute? Very easy to make, I am picturing an explosion of different coloured pincushions, or I might turn them into dangley decorations, I do so love hanging bits and pieces!.......... Yes, there will definitely be more of theses appearing around here. my creative space... pincushion
Amigurumi Apples © June Gilbank 2010 Here’s a realistic amigurumi apple: it’s not just a ball with a stalk attached, it’s actually the shape and size of a real apple! Give one to your (or your child’s!)
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I love having little baskets and containers around to keep things tidy, and have really been wanting to experiment with different materials to crochet with recently. This little basket is not only a perfect way to practice crocheting with rope, but also to hold little odds and ends! For this project I used a Size P crochet hook and one package of clothesline rope. This rope is nylon, but it would be fun to use cotton rope and experiment with dyeing it different colors! How cute would it be to dye the rope a few different colors and make a giant granny square rug? CROCHETED ROPE BASKET
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