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You Can Crochet Avec draps! - Création mère juive

You Can Crochet Avec draps! - Création mère juive
I don't know about you, but this is my perfect vision of summer! Well of course I'd like to be sitting next to a beautiful lake with an iced coffee, but for now I'm quite happy sitting next to our largish wading pool with a gorgeous mountain view beyond. You see, when you need to watch your kids in the pool, there's nothing better than a little (or a lot in my case) crocheting! In fact I'm probably the only mother begging her kids to get into the pool, so that I can have an excuse to relax with my current favorite craft! If you're wondering what ever happened to the crocheting with t-shirt yarn, well suffice it to say I ran out of yarn, and my little rug turned out to be so lopsided that I had to tear about 1/3 of it out. Not to worry, you'll see the results sometime. Now before you start dreaming of crocheted rugs everywhere, I should tell you that you'll need quite a few sheets! You'll Need: How To: Remove all elastic from fitted sheets and cut corner seem so you'll have a flat piece. Related:  Crochet Misc

Tutoriel Recycler - Making Of T-Shirt Fils | Modèle gratuit & Tutoriel au Another tutorial to help save our Mother Earth by turning unwanted items into something useful. This is the yarn ball I made out of an old T-shirt which I have been wearing for 10 years day-in day-out, wash-in wash-out. It finally broke down and tore at the collar and sleeves. Waste not, want not, I decided to recycle it. I have finished making the drawstring bag as shown above. {CLICK HERE to get the Recycle Tutorial – Making Of T-Shirt Yarn.} Pages: 1 2 Print / Download PDF How to Crochet with Pop-Tops Crochet a Flower With Pull Tabs For crafters who want to know how to crochet with pull tabs, we've come up with this free crochet pattern that will teach you how to crochet a flower. This is our first DIY project and it's a good introduction to recycled crafts. This crochet flower can be made into a Christmas tree ornament, a brooch or incorporated into a larger project. To download a printable version, click here » Step 1: Materials & Tools 6 pull tabs Crochet thread (1 or 2 colors). Step 2: Prepare Your Pull Tabs Choose tabs that are in good condition. Step 3: Start Crocheting Begin crocheting the center of the flower using a single stitch to cover the 'thin side' of the tab (top figure) (the side that's pulled when a can is opened). Step 4: Connect the Circle Pull the line of tabs into a circle and crochet them together (top figure). Step 5: Add Color to the 'Petals' Cover the outer ring of the pull-tab using a double stitch with different colored thread. Step 6: Cover and Connect

Mosaic Antimacassar Set Pattern #774 Printer-friendly version Materials: Clark's O.N.T. or J. & P. Coats Mercer­ized Crochet Size 30, 3 balls. Milward's steel crochet hook, No. 6. Antimacassar: (10¼ x 12½ inches) Ch 167, turn. 1st row: 1 d c in the 4th ch st from hook, 1 d c in each of the next 3 ch sts, ch 2, skip 2 ch, 1 d c in next ch st, ch 2, skip 2 sts, * 1 d c in each of next 10 sts, ch 8, skip 7 ch sts, repeat from * to within 9 sts of other end of row, ch 2 skip 2, 1 d c in next ch st, ch 2, skip 2, 1 d c in each of the next 4 ch sts, ch 3, turn. 2nd row: 1 d c in each of the 1st 3 d c of the previous row, ch 2, skip 2, 1 d c in next d c, ch 2, skip 2, * 1 d c in each of the next 4 d c, ch 2, skip 2, 1 d c in each of next 4 d c, ch 8, repeat from * to within 9 sts of end of row, ch 2, skip 2, 1 d c in d c of previous row, ch 2, skip 2, 1 d c in each of next 4 d c of pre­vious row, ch 3, turn. Arm Pieces: (7 x 10¾ inches) Ch 98, break thread. other patterns in leaflet:

Joining Amigurumi When making amigurumi, you will often need to join an open-ended crocheted piece (e.g. the top of a leg or tail or a muzzle) to a closed crocheted piece (e.g. the body or head). Sewing these together neatly can be tricky and can make the difference between a cohesive finish and an untidy messy join. In this tutorial I will demonstrate the method I developed for sewing pieces together neatly, with an almost invisible join. Both pieces are usually the same colour, but, for the purpose of this tutorial, I will be joining an open-ended brown piece (right) to a closed grey piece (left): You will usually have a long yarn end left over from the open-ended piece to sew the two pieces together. Hold the two pieces together in their final position, with the yarn end towards you. Begin the first stitch into the main piece, just outside the place where the two pieces touch: Draw the yarn all the way through so there is no slack, but do not pull it overly tight. I hope you find this tutorial useful!

Manger | Le Meilleur Du DIY Parce que Noël est vraiment la période pour se faire plaisir gustativement parlant, il ne... Parce qu’il faut savoir être organisée dans la vie voici un DIY absolument incroyable mais... Parce que c’est super cute et hyper simple à réaliser et tellement chou ! Voici... Ruffled Crochet Dishcloth I had several requests for the ruffled crochet dishcloth pattern seen in this post. We were driving off for the day to fetch Mr. Pibb and I wanted something to keep me occupied on the long drive. Something that was easy and wouldn’t require lugging around a lot of stuff. A project that could be completed with one ball of yarn sounded good, and knitting was out since that’s so hard and I wasn’t in the mood for hard. This is a very simple project that can be completed in a couple of hours with one not very big ball of yarn. I like the solid better because you can see the pattern. It’s a very pretty pattern, kinda looks like little flowers. This dishcloth is based on a pattern in one of those “how to” oversize pamphlets you can find on the racks wherever they sell yarn. I just couldn’t live without the fluffy ruffle. I also didn’t use an H hook. You can make this dishcloth smaller, or larger, by adding or removing from the starter chains. Finished Size: Approximately 9-inch square Round 1.

#Crochet #TipsTuesday: 8 tips for washing your crochet wearables Are you one of those crocheters (or knitters) who avoids making wearables because you’re not quite sure how to clean them? Or, do you just avoid wearing your gorgeous creations because you are afraid to wash them if they get dirty? This post contains affiliate links. Believe it or not, caring for your crochet (or knit) projects is much easier than it seems. Here are 8 tips to help you take the best care of your wearables. Most yarns – though not all hand dyed or hand spun yarns – include care instructions on the labels. These instructions are usually written out, but sometimes they use the international laundry care symbols. For best results, follow the instructions on the care labels. Avoid using bleach and harsh detergents on your crochet or knit items. In the washing machine, I use gentle, natural laundry or baby-safe detergents, like Seventh Generation, or I skip detergents all together and use water and agitation to wash. <a href="

Lacy Crocheted Earrings Author Gene in SoCal Introduction Liven up an old pair of hoops with this simple pattern. With a small amount of #10 crochet thread and a #7 crochet hook, and in a few minutes, you'll have a new look. Materials List #7 steel crochet hook small amount of #10 cotton crochet thread pair of hoop earrings Finished Size Completed size depends on hoops used and number of rounds completed. Gauge Gauge is not important with this pattern. The Pattern Rnd 1: Make a loop around the hoop and sc around to cover the hoop. Rnd 2:. Rnd 3: Turn, sk first st, * sc in next st, sk 1 st, repeat from * around. Rnd 4: Turn, sk first st, * sl st in next st, sk next st, repeat around. At this point, you can fasten off and sew in the loose end, or add another round.

bracelet tressé en cuir "magique" Parce que depuis toute petite je me suis demandée comment on pouvait tresser du cuir pour réaliser ce type de bracelet, j’ai poussé un cri de joie lorsque je suis tombée sur ce DIY. Il est très très bien illustré, de très grande qualité, à découvrir absolument ! Granny Loves Ripples Crochet Baby Blanket - Exquisite knit & crochet designs with fine yarns Granny Loves Ripples Crochet Baby Blanket - FREE PATTERN I heard wonderful news last week that a dear friend of mine adopted a baby girl. I always like to crochet something for a new baby. I was going to make a little bonnet and booties, but after hearing about this granny-along, I thought that I would make a granny square blanket. So, I worked up a pattern for a granny inspired chevron stitch: you work the basic stitches the same as you would in a square, and the increase points of the chevron are the same as the increases in granny square corners. The blanket uses one skein of Pound of Love (100% baby acrylic) from your local craft store, and a US 10 (6.0mm) crochet hook. by Kristin Omdahl, for Multiple of 12 sts + 3 Chain 159 Row 1: Work 2 dc into 3rd chain from hook (counts as 3dc)m skip 2 chains. *3dc in next chain, skip 2 chains, (3dc, ch2, 3dc) in next chain, skip 2 chains, 3dc in nex chain, skip 2 chains, 3dc in next chain, skip 2 chains.

Fun With Color - Talking Crochet Updates - January 24, 2017 - Vol. 14 No. 2 Crochet News,Views & How-tos Most of us have our favorite go-to colors. For me it's deep pink, rich plum and dark cranberry. My husband likes royal blue, dark grey and soft brown. Those are all very harmonious colors, thankfully. How can you tell what your favorite colors are? One of my favorite ways (and the easiest way, in my opinion) to choose coordinating yarns is to base the colors on something from the stash of variegated yarn that I have collected over the years. Some of us lack the natural instinct for color -- I know it doesn't always come easy for me! Monochromatic Color Monochromatic color schemes are very easy to use because they only use varying shades of one color. Complementary Colors Complementary colors are located directly across from each other on the color wheel. Primary Colors Basic primary colors are red, blue and yellow. Secondary Colors Secondary colors are created by mixing primary colors. These are just a few of the many ways to combine colors.