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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

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Make the World’s Easiest Crocheted Scarf Home » $1 and Free, Accessories, cheap crafts, Fashion, Headline, Tutorials, Wearable Crafts 11 July 2011 58,146 views 43 Comments by rhonda Even if you've never picked up a crochet hook in your life, you'll have no problem making this fabulous multi-strand scarf. It was inspired by a similar scarf I spotted at a pricey boutique. 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.

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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. Chain Maille Scarf – Free Crocheting Pattern Posted on October 17, 2009 by Simone Chain Maille Scarf I once talked to a guy about crocheting, and he told me he “knew how to crochet”. When I scratched that surface, I found out that all he could do was chain stitch… This thought never left me, and I decided I’d create a pattern made exclusively of chain stitches and slip stitches (a slip stitch is nothing but a chain stitch worked through a previously formed loop).

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