Maybelle Square Crochet Pattern Let me tell you the story about this Maybelle Square. A couple of months ago, or even longer, this idea of turning the Maybelle flower into a crochet square started to take form in my head. I had a few goes without luck. I am telling you, you do NOT want to see my terrible trials... I left the idea to sit for a while and one day one of my readers, a Dutch girl named Jane, sent me a picture of how she had turn the Maybelle flowers into squares in a blanket. I have tweaked her initial instructions, as I always tend to put my own twist on things (typical me). I know many of you have waited for this pattern so here we go. I have written the pattern in UK/US terms. Row 1Find the pattern for the Maybelle Crochet Flower here, picture tutorial here, and when you have your Maybelle Flower you are ready to get started with the square. Row 2 Sl st in first chain space, ch2, make 3htr/3hdc in same chain space (a total of 4htr/hdc in same chain space), ch1, 4htr/4hdc in next chain space, ch1.
Oh, yes I did. « The Blue Brick | Photography and Handcrafts by Shireen Nadir Meet the new baby. This is the Canon 7D. Swaddled in TFA Grape. Yes, I said swaddled. I crocheted a camera cosy. There is a reason, besides just reaching for hitherto unheard of levels of crafting madness; it protects her from the elements, and allows me to tuck in a few hand-warmers around the battery casing which extends the life of lithium batteries in the cold. While I’m at it I’ll give you another little nugget of wisdom – if you’re taking your camera out in elements of dubious merit (rain, rainforest, fog etc.) then do this first: Go to a shoe store, ask them for a bag of the silica gel packs (most stores throw away a ton of these things every day) and pack a bunch of them into your camera case. I can’t take credit for this nugget of wisdom – when I told the people at Henrys that I would be taking the camera canoeing up the Amazon river and did they have any suggestions, they could only (with sad faces), wish me good luck. It’s quite the engineering feat if you think about it.
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Tabitha's Heart Heart in Square I Using worsted weight yarn and crochet hook size 5.00 mm (H) the square is approximately 10x10 inches, without border.Chain 40Rnd 1: dc in the 6th ch, ch1, *skip ch, dc,ch1* 17 times, ch1, dc in the last ch. turn.Rnd 2: ch4 (count as first dc,ch1 now and throughout) *skip ch, dc, ch1,* 17 times, dc in the 3rd ch of previous round. turn.Rnd 3: ch4, *skip ch, dc, ch1,* 8 times, skip ch, dc2 tog in the top of the next dc, ch1, *skip ch, dc, ch1,* 8 times, dc in the 3rd ch of previous round. turn. Rnd 10-12: ch4, skip ch, dc, ch1, skip ch, dc in the next 29 stitches, ch1, skip ch, dc, ch1, dc in the 3rd ch of previous round. turn. Rnd 13: ch4, skip ch, dc, ch1, skip ch, dc in the next 14 stitches, ch1, skip dc, dc in the next 14 stiches, ch1, skip ch, dc, ch1, dc in the 3rd ch of previous round. turn. Rnd 17-18: ch 4, *skip ch, dc, ch1,* 17 times, dc in the 3rd ch of previous round. turn. Stay tuned for the "Heart in Square II" © Copyright Notice: Thank you for cooperation! Belle
Brown Slippers (Update: To see more of my patterns, please visit my ONLINE SHOP!) I’ve just finished making these slippers. Making crocheted slippers is my addiction. Huge addiction. One of the best things in life. They are super cozy. And super warm. What I also like is this little detail. Actually, I am preparing a tutorial on how to make a cute little thing like this. So stay tuned. (Update: You can find the TUTORIAL here!) Oh, and there are more slippers like these to come. I have about 100 spare balls of yarn to use. Heaven! mon sac en ronds mon sac en ronds je viens enfin de terminer un encours granny, j'en profite pour vous le montrer, après mes problèmes de couture, de photo mais aussi d'informatique, il a bien failli ne jamais aboutir... C'est un sac, un prototype plutôt, commencé avec mon stash d'acrylique 3,5 mais prévu pour être en coton. Finalement, comme il a avancé très vite, je l'ai terminé en acrylique, et il a au moins un atout indéniable, sa légèreté incroyable. A la base, j'avais 2 obsessions de construction à concilier : d'abord des ronds de brides tout simple mais qui s'assemblent symétriquement entre eux et enfin la construction d'un angle 3D qui tienne la route. et tout ça a aboutit beaucoup plus vite et facilement que prévu, j'aurai dû me méfier... parce que c'est tout le reste qui ne s'est pas passé comme prévu! Pour l'assemblage, je l'ai fait au fur et à mesure mais je ne crois pas qu'il existe de tuto ou de vidéo de ma méthode toutefois, Patty a un tuto d'une méthode similaire, à bientôt edit du 06/10
Sydney Care - SydneyCare - Slippers With Soul We thank Alli Barrett (see knitwits-heaven.com) designer of the original pattern, Pocketbook Slippers, for permission for SydneyCare to use the design for Slippers with Soul. Size 4.5 needles. 8 ply acrylic yarn. Cast on 5 stitches Knit 6 rows Next Row: Increase in 2nd stitch of each row until you have 22 stitches on the needle. Next Row: Increase in each stitch to 44 stitches Next Row: Knit 2, Purl 2 for 15 centimetres (6 inches) Next Row: Knit 2 together across giving you 22 stitches Next Row: Decrease in 2nd stitch at beginning of every row until you have 5 stitches. Knit 6 rows Cast off, fold in half and sew the rib sides together and the 5 stitches on top together to form a strap. SydneyCare's Slippers with Soul project is promoted by Lincraft. Slippers with Soul are distributed to hospitals, hostels & nursing homes Please send your slippers to: SydneyCare, PO Box 119, Spit Junction, NSW 2088
free pattern: solid granny square - a creative being Hurray, free pattern day! :) Since I made my Noro bag, I’ve gotten a lot of questions about the squares I used. This pattern is suited for beginning crocheters, and is using US terms and abbreviations. Voor de Nederlandse versie van dit patroon, klik hier! What do you need: yarn (I used Softfun Batik cotton/acrylic yarn by Scheepjeswol)a matching crochet hook (I used a 4mm Clover hook)a darning needle to sew in the endsa pair of scissors Got everything? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. Easy peasy, lemon squeezy, right? I’ll build on this tutorial later, and show you how to make your very own squares bag! xo, wink Spring Placemat (Update: To see more of my patterns, please visit my ONLINE SHOP!) I have a confession to make. I really, really love making placemats. Tough one, right? I hope you’ll be able to fall asleep after that. It might all have started a couple of weeks ago when I was making these Easter Placemats – that was real fun. What really fascinates me when it comes to crocheted placemats might be how easy they are to create – you just go left and right and left and right… while watching your favorite program – and before you notice it, it’s done. And then I love, love, love the moment when I add the edging and a little decoration – that’s just magical… If you’d like to make these cute placemats and let everyone enjoy their meals even more then I’ve prepared this ‘how to’ for you: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Row 1: Chain 8 Row 2: Chain 2, 17 DC, join with slip stitch Row 3: *Chain 6, skip 3 stitches, SC* – repeat this 6 times 7. Cute, ha? I hope the things I’ve just written make at least a little sense. Love Petra
métier blog: Tutoriel: Coudre Une doublure pour un sac au crochet This tutorial can be used to sew a fabric lining for any kind of bag that is either flat or has a boxy shape. Once you're done, you can use my tutorial for sewing the lining *into* a crochet bag to put everything together. You need: the unlined handbagfabric for the liningtape measuresewing machine, scissors, pins, etc. Basic Instructions 1) Measure the flattened, unlined handbag and fill out a lining worksheet.2) Cut fabric for lining according to lining worksheet dimensions.3) Fold lining in half, right sides together, and iron fold.4) Sew 1/8" seams on both sides of the handbag lining's bottom. Detailed instructions (text is above its corresponding photo) 1) Measure your flattened, unlined handbag. The bottom (B) measurement is how wide you'd like the flat bottom of your bag to be. Take those measurements and fill out a lining worksheet. 2) Cut fabric for lining according to the lining worksheet dimensions. 4) (Skip to step 5 if you handbag is flat.) 6) Unfold the top fold.
Easy Knitting Patterns This page contains a selection of easy knitting patterns suitable for beginner knitters. I have included easy knitting patterns for hats, scarves, dolls and more toys. When my daughter had cancer, she was given a really cute hand-knitted teddy. Picture credit: jeltovski on morguefile . Thanks to my mother for the beanie and scarf patterns featured on this page. Start at the legs Cast on 16 stitches Knit 38 rows - this completes one leg Leaving this leg on the needle, cast on 16 stitches on the same needle (for the other leg) Knit 38 rows - now you will have two legs on one needle body Knit 28 rows knitting across both legs (32 stitches) arms Cast on 24 stitches at the beginning of the next 2 rows Knit 22 rows (80 stitches) At the beginning of next 2 rows cast off 24 stitches Head Knit 62 rows (32 stitches) - this does the front and back of the head arms - back Cast on 24 stitches at the beginning of the next 2 rows ..... continue the remainder of the teddy in reverse order Instructions:
African Flower Square Tutorial Pattern: Made in K-Town by Barbara Please respect my rights as designer: do not sell, share, translate, or publish any parts of my patterns (including pictures) online or elsewhere without my permission. Do not claim this pattern as your own. Feel free to sell the finished items you’ve made from my pattern! Material: For my square I used small amounts of Rico Essentials Cotton DK and a 3.5mm hook. Some general notes: For this pattern I use US crochet terms. I did NOT write down the chains at the beginning of each round: for the first stitch in every round, work chains (e.g. 3 chains for the first dc) OR start with a “standing stitch” i.e. join the new color with a slip knot or a simple loop ON YOUR HOOK and just work the first sc or dc as usual. 1st Round: start with a magic ring and work *2dc, ch-1* eight times inside the ring (8 dc-2 groups, 16 dc's). 2nd Round: with a new color work *3dc, ch-1* in each ch1-space around (8x3 dc's) Enjoy!! Want to see more African Flower Squares?