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[Update April 13, 2012: I made a purse out of this motifs, tutorial is here .] [Update August 11, 2011: Thanks to Mia again for providing more information to answer some questions at the comment section. Please find the information of the type of yarn, hook size and the resulting flower size at the pattern section.]
There are many ways to join your motifs, but I think that the join-as-you-go method is the easiest and quickest way. 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.
One of the reasons many people shy away from hexagon motifs is because of the gaps that the pattern leaves on the border.
Orange Flower and Chickpea Sewing Studio have put their act together to bring you a really fun project to create this weekend.
I am making a blouse using this Irish rose pattern here is the pattern for you use. You can use it to make afghans or any thing else you can work your mind around.
Introduction : These Fanciful Flower Potholders are made of 100 percent dk weight cottons in bright and bold colors.
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 . 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.
Sometimes Sharon and I are surprised by how much we're on the same page. 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".
...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:
Ok, first up a confession. I admit that I am glad this project is finished. I am happy it is over.
This is a very simple little crochet pattern for small five-petalled flowers and leaves.
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.
This square works up to 12” if done in worsted weight yarn and 9 1/2” if done in DK.
Varv 1: 5 lm, slut ringen med en sm Varje följande varv börjas med 3 lm som ersätter en stolpmaska, och avslutas med en smygmaska i första stolpen. Varv 2: “1 st, 1 lm” 12 ggr Varv 3: “2 st, 1 lm” 12 ggr + 1 extra sm fram till nästa lm Varv 4: “3 st, 1 lm” 12 ggr + 2 extra sm fram till nästa lm Varv 5: “4 st, 1 lm” 12 ggr + 3 extra sm fram till nästa lm Varv 6: “4 st, 1 lm, 4 st, 1 lm, 4 dst, 2 lm, 4 dst, 1 lm” 4 ggr Varv 7: (grått) 1 st mellan varje st på varv 6, 2 st om varje lm på varv 6 och i hörnen 2 st, 3 lm, 2 st.………………………………………………………………………………………. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>