My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Standard pony pattern: School-age Pony pattern also available here. *** Translations:Danish by Marianne Dutch by Marinka (via Facebook group) Spanish by Lyanne ***A while back I came across this severely awesome pattern, and wanted to give it a go. The only downside being that it was a double crochet pattern, and personally I don't like double crochet for things that have to hold stuffing. Therefore, I (after a certain amount of trial and error, adding a few bits and generally tweaking things around) have reworked it into a single crochet version. Pictures: Male nose and female nose: Earth ponies: Unicorn: Pegasus with closed wings: Pegasus with open wings: Applejack's hat: (Ponies available on Etsy by the way, and custom pony orders welcome) 2013/3/1: If you would like to make these ponies to sell, I'm happy for you to do so! 2013/3/15: Since it seems many people are ignoring my warning about how much of a pain it is to do the corded manes and tails, I've added instructions below The Pattern: Or:
Crochet Stitches The beauty of the crochet-work depends upon the regularity of the stitches, as is the case with every other style of needlework. The stitches must be elastic, but if too loose they look as bad as if too tight. The size of the needle and that of the cotton or wool must correspond; work only with the point of the needle, and never move the stitch up and down the needle. All crochet-work patterns are begun on a foundation chain; there are three kinds of foundation chains–the plain foundation, the double foundation, and the purl foundation chain. The plain foundation chain (illustration 216) consists of chain stitches. Form a loop with the cotton or other material with which you work, take it on the needle, and hold the cotton as for knitting on the forefinger and other fingers of the left hand. (220) Double Stitch. (222) The Ribbed Stitch–This stitch is worked backwards and forwards–that is, the right and wrong sides are worked together, which forms the raised ribs.
Felt Woodland Ornament Tutorials You can never have too many ornaments...or at least, that's what I tell myself as I become obsessed with making new ornaments. This was the case when I was inspired to make felt woodland (and other animal) ornaments for Grace's Christmas tree. These sweet woodland ornaments are virtually no-sew, besides for their french knot snowflakes and embroidered accents like eyes and buttons. Clever, right? and, I've decided to share the patterns with you! To make your own Fox, use the pattern below... You might not be excited to have a raccoon sneaking around your yard, digging through your garbage but somehow in felt form, I wouldn't mind seeing more. To make a raccoon, use the pattern below... Though, not woodland, Grace has a soft spot for pigs and so her woodland tree also has a pig. To make your own pig, use the pattern below... No forest is complete without a deer, or two. To make your own deer, use the pattern below. Whooo would disagree...no woodland set is complete without an owl. Made with love.
SANDRA PONTOS DE CROCHÊ E TRICÔ........... Free Crochet Patterns, Crochet Projects, Tips, Video, How-To Crochet and More How to Crochet Hairpin Lace Tressa Hairpin Lace ScarfKristin Omdahl Finished size: 6" wide x 90" long (15 cm x 2.3 m) without fringe. Yarn: Worsted weight (#4 Medium), 328 yd (300 m). Shown: Rowan Bamboo Tape (100% bamboo; 82 yd [74.9 m]/1.7 oz [50 g]): #704 lolly, 4 balls. Tools & notions: Hairpin lace frame, set to 4" (10 cm) wide; tapestry needle; split-ring stitch marker Hook: H/8 (5mm) or size needed to obtain gauge. Gauge: About 2" wide x 90" long (5 cm x 2.3 m) = 1 strip of hairpin lace. Strip (make 3) Rep Steps 1–4 at left until you have 270 loops wrapped around each of the rods. Joining two strips The loop joining technique joins two strips through one or more loops at a time without any additional yarn. Fifteen-to-One Joining Sk first 7 loops on Strip A (these will be joined later), draw next loop on Strip A through first 15 loops on Strip B. One-to-One Joining Pull loop on hook through next 15 loops on Strip A. Rep from * 6 more times, alternating which strip gets the 15-loop cluster. Short Sides of Scarf
Lace window treatment with cornflour | Annabel Vita Oh my goodness, this was the quickest, easiest, cheapest project ever but I’m 100 per cent in love with the results. You know those little upgrades that just make your life both better and prettier? This is one of those for our bedroom. So, privacy. This bedroom has delectable shutters, which I adore, but it makes window treatments kind of hard. You either have to hang curtains in front of the whole alcove (we can tell by the holes in the trim that this is what our predecessors did) or not at all. The shutters are great at blocking all natural light, which is great for lie-ins. Anyway, the other day I was browsing the Manhatten Nest blog (looking for something else entirely), when I stumbled on this post of yore about using liquid starch and fabric for privacy in glass windows. Obviously, my mind went straight to lace (because my mind always goes straight to lace) and I thought ooh, I gots to try that out one day! Anyway, I got home from work one day and mixed up the starch jelly. PS.
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Fancy Knit Stitches Lessons in Knitting from the year 1870 1. A Knitted Border for a Bedquilt Cast on a sufficient number of stitches for the length of the border, which must be able to be divided by 31; knit 4 plain rows: 5th row: Alternately make 1, knit 2 together. Then 5 more plain rows. Now begin the pattern:– 1st row: * Make 1, knit 1 slantways (to knit a stitch slantways, insert the needle from the front to the back and from right to left); # purl 5; knit 1 slantways. 2nd row: Purled. 3rd row:Knit 2, * make 1; knit 1 slantways; # purl 5; knit 1 slantways. 4th row: The same as the second. The continuation of the work is clearly shown in our illustration. To obtain this result, decrease five times in the 6th, 12th, 18th, and 24th rows, by purling together the two last stitches of one purled division, so that each division has but eleven stitches left in the 25th row. Two rows entirely purled complete the upper edge of the border. 2. For a strip with five raised patterns in the width cast on 20 stitches. 4. 5.
Find a Pattern with a Picture: Google Reverse Image Search! One of the most common email and private message requests I get is, “How do I find the pattern for what’s in this photo I found online?” While the first thing you should look for is a watermark or logo, these photos too often have neither. So what’s the next step? Reverse Image Search, or Search by Image, is where you use the actual photo to search the web, rather than words. The first step is to go to the Google Reverse Image Search page. you can do that by going to Google Reverse Image Search and clicking on the camera icon, or even just type “google reverse image search” or “google search by image” in your search bar in your browser! You can see from this page that there are several ways to use this fab Google features. Clicking that camera will change the search bar so it looks like this: From here you can paste the URL of the photo you are looking for online, OR you can upload it if you’ve saved the photo to your computer files.
Кружевной узор крючком. Вязание - Узоры вязания, мотивы Красивый ажурный узор из журнала "Дуплет" для вязания крючком парео, шали, шарфа, а может он вдохновит вас на вязание красивого платья или сарафана. Этот узор отличается необычным приемом провязывания из под арок столбиков без накида, образуя объемные валики. Для получения тонкого четкого узора хорошо подходит пряжа из мерсеризированного хлопка с небольшим блеском. Начинайте вязание с набора цепочки из воздушных петель учитывая что раппорт узора в ширину состоит из 12 петелек. В высоту раппорт узора состоит из двух рядов. Итак, набрав цепочку необходимой длины вяжем первый ряд: *арочка из 12 возд.петель, делаем ст.б/н в первую петлю арочки и обвязываем ее 16-ю ст. б/н, образуя объемный валик, далее вяжем арочку из 13 возд.петель и закрепляем ее ст б/н через 12 петель начальной цепочки, повторяем от* до конца цепочки. Во втором ряду делаем обвязку полученных валиков по схеме. Схемы вязания узора с различным расположением валиков: Другие варианты узора:
Free Crochet Pattern – Easy Laptop / iPhone Sleeve « Roses n Lilies My man needed a sleeve for his new 11 inch netbook. After searching the net for a pattern, I came to the conclusion that there really isn’t much of a pattern to making a laptop sleeve, so I tried my hand at making one free hand. Of everything I’ve ever crocheted, this is one of the easiest things I’ve ever made! :) Yarn: Your choice. Hook: The right size for the yarn you’re using. Tension: Firm/tight. Stitches Required: Chain stitch For a video tutorial…click here.US Single Crochet (also called UK Double Crochet) What is this stitch and how do I do it? Row 1: Chain stitch until your row is as long as the short side of the laptop. Row 2: 1 Single crochet (sc) in second chain from hook, 1 sc in each stitch across, 2sc in last stitch. Row 3: (working around the corner and into the bottom side of the starting chain row) 2sc in first stitch, 1sc in each stitch across, 2sc in last stitch. Note: I had a big battery to work around, so I decreased once at each end in the second last row.