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Pattern | Tutorial | Paperweight Granny African Flower. Crochet PatternDimension:Each flower has a diameter of 7cm [2 3/4"] (excluding the white border) if using the yarn stated below.

Pattern | Tutorial | Paperweight Granny African Flower

To convert the measurement, please use the Conversion tool here.Material & Tool:1. Yarn, acrylic baby yarn, various colors. Mia used Tilda, Svarta Faret brand. 2. Join-As-You-Go Method for Crochet Motifs « Speckless Blog. There are many ways to join your motifs, but I think that the join-as-you-go method is the easiest and quickest way.

Join-As-You-Go Method for Crochet Motifs « Speckless Blog

This method can be used for any kind of motif (try it with this vintage daisy motif!) And works especially well with pieces that already have picots or chain spaces – they’ll help guide you on where to join. Crochet in the Round: Magic Circle Start « Speckless Blog. Hi, everyone!

Crochet in the Round: Magic Circle Start « Speckless Blog

I will be posting some techniques here and there, and I thought this was a good place to start. I know there are several tutorials around for the magic circle, but I wanted one here for my own reference. I use the magic circle start for almost all projects that I do in the round because it doesn’t leave a visible hole and it’s easier to work into the circle rather than a chain stitch. THE FLOWER BED. Lanas&Hilos: FILL THE GAP in the HEX. One of the reasons many people shy away from hexagon motifs is because of the gaps that the pattern leaves on the border.

Lanas&Hilos: FILL THE GAP in the HEX

On one side there is a zig-zag (in blue, in the graphic), which is soft and workable. But on the other side, the gap is bigger and awkward (in red). Una de las razones por las que muchas personas se desaniman de hacer proyectos con aplicaciones (motifs) hexagonales es por los hoyos que deja en los bordes. Uno de los lados queda en zig-zag (en azul), pero es fácil de trabajar. CHICKPEA SEWING STUDIO: The Little Crochet Basket Pattern is Ready! Orange Flower and Chickpea Sewing Studio have put their act together to bring you a really fun project to create this weekend.

CHICKPEA SEWING STUDIO: The Little Crochet Basket Pattern is Ready!

It's fast, useful and super affordable. The basket is adorable as is,but also could just be waiting to be adorned to fit your decor. The pattern can be modified even by a true beginner (like me) because it is just so simple. You can make it as big or small as you wish. Free irish rose pattern. I am making a blouse using this Irish rose pattern here is the pattern for you use.

free irish rose pattern

You can use it to make afghans or any thing else you can work your mind around. I am using sewing thread and a size 14 steel hook but you are welcome to use any hook that corresponds to your yarn size... I will add other details to the blouse. My thread is vintage sewing. I plan on there being this pattern down the center of both sleeves, across the top of the yoke front/back and a few stripes down the front of the bodice.

Natural crochet bag. Established in the 19th century, Patons have long held a reputation for attractively-priced yarns and designs to knit and crochet.

Natural crochet bag

The respected Patons name has a long-established reputation for providing a wide selection of trusted yarns and designs to inspire any knitter. With its wide and varied range of patterns, Patons offers beautiful designs for the whole family – women or men, children or babies – all in traditional and contemporary styles. Fanciful Flower Potholders.

Introduction: These Fanciful Flower Potholders are made of 100 percent dk weight cottons in bright and bold colors.

Fanciful Flower Potholders

Cotton is the preferred yarn for potholders because acrylic yarns can melt when handling hot pans or dishes. What to Expect: Your first Fanciful Flower potholder may take a little longer but after that, you can probably crochet one in under two hours. The finished potholder will measure about 7—7.5 inches across. Delights-Gem's Difficulty Rating: Easy.

Fleece cushion cover for crochet. Hello lovelies , Here's a little tutorial on how to make a crochet cushion cover using fleece material .... an old blanket in my case.....to make an envelope style cover and a button closure .

Fleece cushion cover for crochet

I've also added a pretty crochet trim to finish it off the back. I've chosen fleece fabric for this project as it is nice and soft but also because it doesn't fray and so the amount of sewing required is kept to a minimum. Crocheted Rose Pillow Tutorial. Sometimes Sharon and I are surprised by how much we're on the same page.

Crocheted Rose Pillow Tutorial

I'm not talking about how we're on the same webpage--that's a given. But take for instance, this pillow:We each took pictures of it at our Local Pier 1 at separate times, each thinking "I could make that". Rose hip : Eureka!... ...the crochet pattern for the flower squares is finally written out for you to try out...To those of you who have been waiting for it -- thanks for your patience! So, here goes: With the color of yarn you wish to use for the center of the flower, ch 4 and join with a sl st into the first ch to form a ring. Continue working in the round as follows: Round 1: Ch 4 (counts as 1 dc, ch 1), * 1 dc into ring, ch 1 **; repeat from * to ** 6 times. Join with a sl st into 3rd ch of the ch-4 made at the beginning of this round. Crochet. This cushion has been such a happy project to work on, a quick and spontaneous make which I used to test out my new Raindrops stitch pattern.

I also wanted to try using chunky yarn for the first time, so the combination of the new stitch and the new yarn was a whole new experience for me. I've used Stylecraft Special Chunky yarn, worked on a 6mm hook, in eight colours as follows :: Teeny Tiny Flowers. This is a very simple little crochet pattern for small five-petalled flowers and leaves.I love making crochet flowers.

I love the decorative nature of them, that they can be used to embellish all sorts of crochet, knit or fabric garments and objects. They can be used to decorate a bag, a hat, a cushion, a coat. In rows, in little posies, or randomly scattered. First a word about yarn thickness and hook size.Below are three flowers made using the exact same pattern, but with different yarns and hooks.On the left, Rowan DK handknit cotton, on the recommended 4mm hook.In the middle, the same Rowan cotton, but on a 3.5mm hook.On the right, Rowan DK wool on a 3.5mm hook. Blocking granny squares. Joining Squares as-you-go. I've been making granny squares for eighteen months now and in that time I've made a great many for blankets and cushions, all of which have been joined together after the squares themselves have been made. Then a few weeks ago when I had an idea to make a throw out of small three-round granny squares, I decided to test out a join-as-you go method. Quite honestly, the thought of sitting down with a huuuuuuuuge stack of small squares and attempting to crochet them all together actually filled me with alarm.

So I was really THRILLED when this joining-on-the-go method did indeed work out. It has really made a big difference to the way I feel about tackling a project composed of many small parts, because lets face it, the joining procedure is the least favourite part of blanket-making, and if that can be eliminated, well then, thats what I would call a REsUlt. Kata pattern by Penny Davidson. This square works up to 12” if done in worsted weight yarn and 9 1/2” if done in DK.

Its size can be easily modified by adding rows to the outside. The instructions look long but there is considerable explanation of the cluster stitches that make up the flower. The pattern can be made in one colour, or colours can be changed. The pattern has been edited for changes - version 4 now available (change is to trc round, it will still work with the original version).

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