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Tuto - Tuto granny "carré" - Tuto coeur - Tuto fleur - Tuto fleur - Tuto fleur - Le blog de solcroch68 Dimanche 4 décembre 2011 7 04 /12 /Déc /2011 13:47 Vite fait il y a que 2 rg - Par solcroch68 - Publié dans : Tuto -Communauté : Oh ! Vendredi 25 novembre 2011 5 25 /11 /Nov /2011 10:35 En 2 rg Faire une chaînette de 8m an l'aire fermer avec une maille coulée dans la 1 maille 1 rg / 4 m en l'air pour 1 triple bride ,7m en l'air,4 triples brides rab. ensemble en piquant le crochet dans le rond,7 m en l'air *1 triple bride en piquant le crochet dans le rond, 7 m en l'air,4 triples brides rad ensemble 7m en l'air*répéter de *à* 3 fois terminer par 1m coulée sur la 4ème m en l'aire du début 2 rg / 4m en l'air pour 1 triple bride, 7m en l'air et 1 triple bride du tour précédent, 7m en l'air , 1m serrée dans l'arceau de 7m en l'aire,1 m serrée dans l'arceau de 7 m en l'aire*1 triple bride,7m en l'air et 1 triple bride sur la triple bride suivante,7 m en l'air, 1 m serrée dans l'arceau de 7 m en l'air suivant,7m en l'air,1 m serrée dans l'arceau de 7m* Bon crochet !!! Un petit coeur 4rg Petite feuille

Mothed pullover: Knitty Deep Fall 2010 YOKE Using shorter circular needle, CO 96[104, 108, 120, 124, 132, 140] sts. Place marker and join to begin working in the round, being careful not to twist. Use marker which is different from the others, to indicate beginning of round. K 1 round. P 2 rounds. Set-up Round: K14[16, 16, 18, 18, 20, 20], place marker, k34[36, 38, 42, 44, 46, 50], place marker, k14[16, 16, 18, 18, 20, 20], place marker, k34[36, 38, 42, 44, 46, 50]. Raglan Increase Round: [Kfb, k to 1 st before marker, kfb, slip marker] four times. 8 sts increased. LOWER BODY Dividing Round: Place first 48[56, 62, 70, 76, 84, 90] sts (all sts to first marker) on waste yarn, remove marker, k to next marker, remove marker, place next 48[56, 62, 70, 76, 84, 90] sts on waste yarn, remove marker, k to end. Work in stockinette st until work measures 14 inches from underarm or desired length. SLEEVES Place held sts of one sleeve on double-point needles and join yarn at underarm. K 4 rounds. P 1 round.

Over 100 Free Necklace Patterns Online Since 2000 FreeCrafts Free Holiday Crafts Sewing & Quilting Crochet & Knitting More AllCrafts Over 100 Free Necklace Patterns A pretty necklace can finish off an outfit perfectly. Crochet Chain Link Necklace Tutorial DIY Crochet Necklace 1st New Moon of Spring Choker Cherry Blossom Necklace Crochet Pattern Acorn Cap Necklace Andromeda NeckLace Antique Bone Ring Necklace Asphyxiation Choker At the Back of My Mind Choker Aurum Medallion Necklace Badge Holder Bead Necklace Beaded Choker Beaded Lacey Choker Necklace/Collar Beaded Necklace Beaded Shells Choker Beads Lariat Necklace Bird’s Nest Necklace Tutorial Bridal Bauble Choker Bubble Necklace Button Necklaces Chalkboard Necklace Tutorial Choker Coin Necklace Coral Covered Acorn NecklaceTutorial Crochet Beaded Necklace Crochet Lace Necklace Crochet Necklace Crocheted Necklace Crocheted Ropes Dainty Geometric Necklace Tutorial Donut Necklace Dragon Tail Necklace Tutorial Express Necklace Knock Off Faceted Clay Necklace Tutorial Family Tree Pendant Tutorial Floral Necklace

tuto le point marguerite - le sens de ma vie vous l'avez demandé... le voici!!! pour vous et rien que pour vous le tuto du point marguerite au crochet... crocheter une chainette de 20 mailles 1er rg: piquer le crochet dans la 3ème m de la chainette ramener 1 boucle piquer le crochet dans les 3 m suivantes et ramener 1 boucle à chaque fois on a 5 boucles sur le crochet 1 jeté, le ramener au travers des 5 boucles 1 jeté, fermer le point par 1m en l'air *piquer le crochet dans le point de fermeture -coeur de la fleur- piquer le crochet dans le brin arrière de la dernière boucle ramenée sur le crochet du point précédent (c'est un peu serré au 1er rang le brin est vraiment sur le derrière du travail!) ramener ensuite 1 boucle en piquant dans chacune des 2 m suivantes 1 jeté, le ramener au travers des 5 boucles, 1 jeté, fermer le point par 1m en l'air* reprendre de * à * et terminer par 1 demi-bride 2ème rg: 1m en l'air pour tourner * 2m serrées en piquant 2 fois dans le coeur de chaque fleur (le petit trou rond)* 3ème rg: 3m en l'air pour tourner

*NOW WITH PHOTO TUTORIAL* A great way to use up scrap yarn! Brooches! After working on different projects I always, as you all know and do too, have all of thiese little scrap pieces left over so the other day I thought about trying to make a brooch. So they ended up looking more like corsages though! LOL! I still think pinned to a sweater and even on a hat or purse would be really pretty too. Maybe I should have been a florist! So I started them out by crocheting a circle in green with cotton yarn to make it sturdy, then did the individual flowers and leaves and sewed them onto the round cotton base. I used cashmere and mohair yarn, but on the white one I was going more for texture than color so I also used angora and silk. Anyways, here they are: Now for the tutorial: I start with a round circle in green cotton (because cotton is very sturdy) Then I add fringe along the bottom with strands of mohair, I basically just use a yarn needle and tie it on in a knot. ...continuing with the fringe... I make some flowers in different colors and textures

How To Add Beads To A Project With A Homemade Beading Needle | KnitLove You can buy beading needles at any craft store, but I like my own homemade version the best. I strip the paper off a twist tie, then I bend it just off center, so one side is a smidge longer than the other, to make it easy to slip on to a loop. It should look like a skinny V. Slip a knit, or purl loop, into the “V” and press the top ends together to slide a bead down the needle and onto a loop. Now you can add all kinds of sparkle to your projects, with something that at my house accumulates in the junk drawer until I have so many I deem them worthless, and throw them away. Here is how I use it (from Glimmer Beret): 1.) 2.) 3.) 4.)

Free Crochet Basketweave Bracelet Pattern Click on any photo to see it larger. Buttons sewn onto the first 8 rows of single crochets. Triple Crochets at the other end of the bracelet. Crochet Basketweave Bracelet My Basketweave Bracelet could also be named The Bracelet That Languished on My Coffee Table For a Month Begging to Be Finished. Basketweave Bracelet Pattern created by Gayle Size: Approximately 1-1/2 inches wide, make it as long as you need it. Materials: Size 10 crochet thread. Gauge: Not important Abbreviations: ch = chain, sc = single crochet, sl st = slip stitch, st = stitch, dc = double crochet, fpdc = front post double crochet, bpdc = back post double crochet, tr = triple crochet Notes: I find it helpful to use my stitch markers to mark the top of my turning chains as I make them and move the marker up as I go. Pattern: To begin: This portion of the bracelet is where you will eventually sew on the buttons. chain 14.Turn. sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across – 13 each row. All Rights Reserved.

Lucyravenscar Crochet Creatures care of magical creatures charm bracelet 1 pattern by tiny owl knits This pattern is available for $5.50 USD buy it now be sure to check out charm packs 2 & 3 too! ♥ It is a charm bracelet! Now I didn’t do so well in girl scouts when I was supposed to get my badges so don’t be too scared! I also made a rambly video. OOh ps. the charms are: tiny owl, dragonfly, will O’ the wisp, unicorn horn, puff the magic dragon tail, stag antler, lil frog, vial of acromantula venom, goblin crown, bird nest, mermaid’s egg, gnome, mandrake, phoenix feather, hippogriff feather. COMING SOON: charm pack 2 :) i just couldnt stop making these things!