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Shara Lambeth Designs: Crochet Chain Link Necklace Tutorial

Shara Lambeth Designs: Crochet Chain Link Necklace Tutorial
Hello friends! I have had many, many requests for a How-To tutorial so others could make a Crochet Chain Link Necklace, so I thought I ought to do it :-) These necklaces are simple, pretty & even practical, yep, they're baby proof! So here's what you need to know to make yourself a Crochet Chain Link Necklace: What you need: 90m (100yds) DK weight cotton (approx) 4mm (US#6) crochet hook Wool Needle to weave in ends Scissors Gauge: Gauge (or tension) is not really important for this pattern. Abbreviations: Ch = chain sl st = slip stitch dc = double crochet (sc = single crochet, if using U.S. crochet terms) yrh = yarn round hook Pattern: -Ch 20, join with sl st to form ring, taking care not to twist your sts. -Ch 1, dc (sc) in each st for 4 rounds. -Now you will be joining the working edge of your work (top) to the foundation ch (bottom). -Now yrh, pull through all sts on hook (that was a sl st), now repeat these steps to the end, joining your link together. Cherry Cotton 4 ply Saffron Cotton 4 ply

Bijoux Adorables bijoux fleuris ♥♥ colliers , bandeaux cheveux , boucles d'oreilles , écharpes ♥♥ , trouvés sur le site de " " , avec ses grilles gratuites ! Clic sur les images pour les agrandir ! Clic sur les images pour les agrandir Clic sur les grilles pour les agrandir Clic sur l'image pour l'agrandir Je souhaite un bon crochet à toutes celles qui voudraient réaliser ces jolis bijoux ! ♥ Pour se faire plaisir ou offrir un cadeau ♥ Bauble Decoration I designed these little hanging decorations to add some colourful, homespun Hooky Goodness to my Christmas Tree this season, but there's no reason why they can't be used all year round and in all sorts of ways. I've had suggestions for using them as baby rattles, baby mobiles, as tags on wrapped gifts, or simply just as little decorative gifts to pass on to friends and family. These are quick and satisfying little things to work up, ideal to use up those little itty bits of stash yarn that you might have lurking somewhere. Before we begin, a little summary of the basic stitches. sl st [slip stitch] :: insert hook, yarn over, pull the loop back through the stitch, then through the loop on your hook. dc [double crochet] :: insert hook, yarn over, pull the loop back through the stitch (two loops on hook), yarn over and pull through both loops on hook (note :: this is equivalent to the US sc stitch) To begin, chain 4 and join to form a ring. Round 2 :: Repeat between **, 8 more times. Round 4 ::

Tutorial on Doily Bun Cover or Easy Snood Here is the tutorial I promised about a week ago. You can either use found doilies such as ones you already have, found at a craft store, thrifting or if you are lucky enough one grandma made for you. If none of those are around just make one in the color of your choice. Since I have a ton I found at a thrift store I will use those in this tutorial. Supplies hook (I am using a size 6 steel hook)thread (I am using size 10 thread)doilyelastic ( either to cover a bun or the whole head for a snood)scissorsWhen you have a doily the size you want for your intended project make the last row a series of chain 5 followed by a sc making a scallop boarder don't be stingy this will give you the extra width you need to get around the bun for both the width and height of the bun. Finished item

Rosaces diverses 30 octobre 2012 2 30 /10 /octobre /2012 05:22 Bonjour tout le monde , aujourd'hui j'ai pensé à vous concocter quelques liens trouvés sur le net , pour faire des accessoires pour la cuisine au crochet , et plus particulièrement des modèles de maniques au crochet ou des potholders au crochet , bref quelque soit l'appellation donnée , ces petites merveilles vont égayer votre cuisine ... Dans mon autre blog , vous trouverez des gifs Mardi pour vos blogs Si cette manique au crochet / potholder au crochet vous plaît vous trouverez les explications et le tuto / pas à pas en image par ici Et voici un autre modèle de manique au crochet / potholder au crochet vous trouverez les explications par ici Cette manique est fait à partir d'un african flower vous trouverez les explications pour le faire ici ou un autre tuto / pas à pas de l'african flower au crochet ici Si ces jolies maniques au crochet vous plaisent , vous trouverez les explications en français ou par ici

Crochet Stockinette The Animator's Wife complains every year that Christmas comes before we even have a chance to celebrate Thanksgiving. Well this year I'm complaining that winter has arrived before I had a chance to enjoy November. I was looking forward to snoozing in my spot by the window, watching the leaves change colors and the squirrels pack away their nuts for the winter. On the bright side, winter is the best time for crochet projects. As such, Brown Eyed girl has requested infinity scarves for her birthday. Longer ones can be doubled up and wrapped twice around the neck for some extra warm coziness. You can make them just as you would a regular scarf and sew the ends together, or you can crochet it in the round. Here's a close-up of the stitches in Brown Eyed Girl's infinity scarf. It looks an awful lot like knitting, doesn't it? Update: The pattern for this infinity scarf may be found here, and the carnation pattern can be found here. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Creative DIY Tips & Project Ideas For Homemakers Nordic light pendant - free crochet pattern The lamp is crocheted over a rice paper lamp, aprox 50 cm diameter. You can get them in many different sizes, if you make yours another size make sure the number of stitches you start with can be divided into 3. It is quite elastic, so some variation from this size should not be a problem. Materials: 12 balls of Drops ICE, 10 mm crochet needle. Pattern: Chain 39. Round 1: 1 dc in each stitch. Repeat round 2 with one more dc between increases each round through round 13. (12 rounds of increases) Round 14. - 18: 1 dc in each dc, Sl st tog. Round 19-29. Round 30. This is a free crochet pendant lamp pattern from

Coco Rose Diaries do you mind if i knit: Sewing up knitting or crochet with an invisible stitch. Hello! Would you like to know how I join all the seams of my knitting and crochet? You would?! That's great. I hope the following instructions are clear enough, and that they help you. In these instructions, I'm joining up the squares of my 'Little Squares Scarf'. Right, here goes! Having lined up your middle squares of the first row ready to be sewn up, thread your needle with some yarn. Although I have four squares in each row of my scarf, I am going to start by sewing up the centre of the middle two rows of squares. Make sure your squares are all lying with the right side, (the front), facing up. 1. Above is another photo, to try and make it extra clear. In the photo above, you can see what I've just done. 2. This time, you will be taking your needle up and through the bar, in the chain that is at bottom RIGHT hand side of your square. You can see what I've just done, in the picture above. Now I'd like you to keep your squares flat on your work surface for the rest of your joining up. 3.

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Seaside Butterfly Seaside Butterfly by Fatima Lasay Skill Level: Intermediate Finished Measurements: Butterfly motif measures approximately 4” wide x 2” high Yarn: Multi-color crochet cotton thread size 8 Hook: Steel crochet hook size Japan 3 or US 10 Steel (1.3mm) Gauge: Exact gauge is not crucial for this pattern. Notions: Needle and matching-color thread Dark purple cotton woven or synthetic leather string Lobster claw clasp set Silver craft wire2 medium size crimpers 4 pearl beads (2.5mm) 5 pearl beads (5mm) Instructions: Special Stitches: 3-Treble Bobble: (3-tr Bobble): In same base st, [yo twice and draw up a loop 3 times, yo and draw through all loops on hook. Motifs: 6-Petal Flower with Picot Tips: (Make 2) With multi-color thread, ch 5. Arrange the motifs face up, pin them together then turn over and sew at the back, Rings: (Make 6) With multi-color thread, ch 4, sl st in 1st ch to form ring. Rnd 1: Ch 1, 10 sc in ring. 3-Petal Flower: (Make 4) Assembly/Finishing: Attaching the ties and clasp.

Heidi Bears Tuto : des mitaines pour Manon, tontaine et tonton ... Manon a froid aux mains Lui faire nous allons De chaudes mitaines Tontaine et tonton Et si possible assorties à son nouveau vernis mais aussi à son nouveau tricot ... Alors là ma fille ça va te coûter très cher : une semaine d'aide aux tâches ménagères ( je ne sais pas vous mais ici il faut pester toute la journée pour qu'elle fasse son lit ou mette la table ou débarasse ou passe un petit coup d'aspi ou range son linge ... je dis "ou" car elle n'a jamais fait deux de ces choses dans la même journée, en tout cas pas sans qu'on le lui quémande 30 fois !!!) En même temps c'est ce qu'il faut faire ( ou ne pas faire !!! Pour l'instant, elle n'en a profité que pour faire la photo et vu comme c'est parti depuis qu'elle a été prise, elle risque de se geler les mains encore longtemps !!! Quant à moi, je vous donne le tuto si vous voulez réaliser ces mitaines pour votre super ado qui fait tout à la maison ! - Faire une chaînette de 30 mailles en l'air et fermer par une maille coulée. - R3 à R7 : comme R2

CROCHETED ROPE BASKET I love having little baskets and containers around to keep things tidy, and have really been wanting to experiment with different materials to crochet with recently. This little basket is not only a perfect way to practice crocheting with rope, but also to hold little odds and ends! For this project I used a Size P crochet hook and one package of clothesline rope. To begin, start with a slipknot and then chain five stitches. In order to close up your loop, send your hook through the center of the original slipknot and chain one. Your loop should look like the one above. Send your hook through the center of the loop and single crochet six stitches. One completed round should look something like this. Chain one, and go around the circle again. Stitch markers definitely make it easier to keep track of where your rounds begin and end. Round and round we go... When your base is as wide as you want it (mine was four rounds), it is time to begin building up the walls. Keep going... and going...