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Destocklaine, spécialiste de la laine à tricoter

Destocklaine, spécialiste de la laine à tricoter

Luce laine tricot Linen Stitch Colorblock Wrap When a dozen new colors deluge your yarn palette, it’s playtime… So many color combinations to discover, matches to make and colorways to create! Add our new Worsted Twist Heather to the mix and playtime becomes party time. Our Linen Stitch Colorblock Wrap is a nine-color celebration with an invitation extended to all of Purl Soho’s worsted weight yarns and their new colors! For this soft and cozy winter wrap we chose Linen Stitch for its exquisite simplicity, both in its construction and finish. Get started on your own gorgeous wrap with our Worsted Weight Yarn Bundle, a new 9-skein collection of Purl Soho’s three worsted weight yarns, all working together: Worsted Twist, an immaculate merino, quietly contrasts with Worsted Twist Heather‘s tweedy stipple, and both are smooth foils to Alpaca Pure‘s downy halo of 100% alpaca. Materials Get all the yarn you’ll need with our Worsted Weight Yarn Bundle. Choose from the following colorways, shown above… You will also need… Gauge Size Notes Pattern

Laines Aquarêve, Noro,Fonty,Artesano,Manos del Uruguay, Flower bed,kits tricot,chapeaux Etiquette tissée - fait avec amour - 28 x 60 mm, grise Nuage : Déco, Customisation Textile par lulu-divine Vous confectionnez des vêtements, accessoires ou vous tricotez pour vos enfants, petits enfants, pour vous même ou pour les vendre ? Soyez en fiers et affichez le sur vos créations. Étiquette textile. Qualité professionnelle. Ces étiquettes résistent au lavage et séchage répété. Ce modèle est déposé, tout cas de reproduction, inspiration ou copie, sera poursuivi avec dommages et intérêts. Je ne fabrique pas d'étiquette sur commande. Statut : Professionnel Nom de la société : lulu-divine Siret : 79046160200019 Livraison : entre 3 et 9 jours ouvrés Modes de paiement : Carte bancaire , PayPal , Chèque , Virement bancaire , Porte-monnaie Avantages client : Satisfait ou remboursé - droit de rétractation de 14 jour(s) à la réception de la commande Accéder au formulaire de rétractation Le client est tenu de vérifier le bon état des articles livrés. RETOURS ACCEPTES DANS LES 2 JOURS QUI SUIVENT LA RECEPTION. Attention, les articles personnalisés et ceux à la coupe ne peuvent être retournés.

Slip-Stitch :: 14 Cast on a multiple of 6 + 5 stitches. Add 2 selvage stitches if you want to make a nice-looking edge. Row 1 (right side): [p2, k1], repeat brackets to last 2 sts, p2.Row 2 (wrong side): [k2, p1], repeat brackets to last 2 sts, k2.Row 3 (right side): p1, [sl 3 wyif, p1, k1, p1], repeat brackets to last 4 sts, sl 3 wyif, p1.Row 4 (wrong side): k1, sl 3 wyib, [k1, p1, k1, sl 3 wyib], repeat brackets to last st, k1.Row 5 (right side): [p2, k1], repeat brackets to last 2 sts, p2.Row 6 (wrong side): [k2, p1], repeat brackets to last 2 sts, k2.Row 7 (right side): p1, [p1, k1, p1, sl 3 wyif], repeat brackets to last 4 sts, p1, k1, p2.Row 8 (wrong side): k2, p1, k1, [sl 3 wyib, k1, p1, k1], repeat brackets to last st, k1. Repeat rows 1-8 as necessary for completing your project. All abbreviations are explained in the Key to Chart. You can also work according to the chart below.

How to Read a Crochet Pattern by Jean Leinhauser Once you’ve learned the basic crochet stitches, you’ll want to start your first pattern. (If you need assistance with learning basic crochet stitches, visit www.LearnToCrochet.com.) There are hundreds of beautiful designs available for you to make, but for a beginner, they may look scary because they are written in what looks almost like a foreign language. That’s because crochet patterns are written using many abbreviations and terms, which save space and make patterns easier to read. So the first thing you need to do is become familiar with the abbreviations and terms. Some of them are easy to understand, like these that represent basic stitches: Print these out and mount them on a card to keep handy while you work. With the abbreviations terms at hand, let’s look at a typical pattern. Whatever way the pattern is to be worked, the very first thing you must do is make a slip knot on your hook. Here is how to make a slip knot (See Figure 1 & 2). or Ch 15. Return to top

How to make a tutu dress without sewing Before Lil’ J was born I already had about six tutus and three tutu dresses made for her. I posted a tutu making tutorial already, but tutu dresses are even more fun, especially for little babies and in my opinion, they’re easier to make! So here’s are my instructions for how to make a tutu dress. I didn’t want to pay $40+ on something I could make for $5 so I learned how to make them myself. I was making one for my friend While Sol Sleeps, so I took photographs along the way to show you how it’s done. First, what you’ll need is tulle, a crocheted tube top (which can be made of you cut the tie at the end of a big beanie, or you can buy 6in crocheted headbands here), tulle, scissors, and whatever embellishments you want: flowers, ribbon, etc. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. What do you think? Also, I’ll give away a small pink and black tutu dress to a commenter who comments on this post before November 1st. (I’m still getting used to this Linky thing, so bare with me while I try to figure this stuff out!)

Chunky Cluster Cowl By Erin Burger – 28 Comments Chunky cowls in muted colors might just be one of the coolest (no pun intended) winter accessories this year! This pattern is very quick to make up and is the perfect Christmas gift. It’s never too early to start crocheting Christmas presents! Never worked with clusters before? Finished Size: 26″ (66.04 cm) long and 12″ (30.48 cm) wide Gauge: 1 cluster= 3/4″ (1.9 cm) wide, 1″ (2.54 cm) long Need help understanding the abbreviations and symbols? Crochet Pattern: Chunky Cluster Cowl Cluster cl: (yo, insert hook into indicated stitch, yo, pull up a loop) three times, yo and pull through all 7 loops on hook, ch 1 to close cluster Row 1: ch 23, cl in 3rd ch from hook, (skip ch, cl in next ch) across, cl in last ch: 11 cl Rows 2-28: ch 2, turn, cl in space between first two cl and in each space across, cl in ch-2 space: 11 cl

Crochet delicate air lace cowl pattern 161 pattern by Luz Mendoza This pattern is available for $4.99 USD buy it now I called this cowl pattern ‘Air Lace’ because it feels like working with air! so delicate!, I haven’t worked with this type of yarn weight before and it is an amazing product!, so light so delicate so warm! I explained the lace with lots of detail but I will still marked this pattern for the intermediate crocheter. Materials and notions: Drops Alpaca Silk 50g (280 meters) Size hook H (5 mm) Tapestry needle. Please note all my patterns are written in standard american terms. Free Crochet Pattern for Baby, Toddler and Child Hat & Booties (How to Crochet Baby Booties Pattern) Free Crochet Pattern for Baby, Toddler and Child Hat and How to Crochet Matching Baby Booties (3 sizes Baby, Toddler, Child(easy) A beautiful easy to follow free crochet pattern for baby hat (3 sizes, Baby, toddler, and child) and matching Mary Jayne shoes booties set. Once you have mastered the basic baby hat shape, you start to understand the increasing to make the hat shape, so how about the decreasing in order to make the booties, just as easy, honestly! I love playing around with adding different flowers, appliques and designs to the hats and booties, no matter if it is just a little something extra or as a gift for a new baby. Go get creative today with your matching hat and booties set. Free Crochet Baby Hat PatternHook Size: 4mmYarn Size: baby DK gauge 5dc=1 inch INSTRUCTIONS to Crochet Baby Beanie The instructions are written for smallest size. Note: Ch 3 at beg of rnd counts as dc. Size 18 mos only: Next rnd: Ch 3. *1 dc in each of next 14 dc. Tie off and weave in ends. on hook.

Crochet Stool Cover A few years ago my husband and I bought a couple plain counter-height stools for some space-saving seating in our kitchen. They have definitely served their purpose over the years, but they are not very comfortable and they certainly leave something to be desired style-wise. I decided it was time for some DIY. The pattern for this stool cover is very simple and easy to follow. Supplies 2.5 Yards of 58 inch wide Knit Fabric, cut into 3 inch stipsFabric ScissorsSize Q (15.75mm) Hook Notes Check out these tips for making fabric yarn.There really isn’t an accurate gauge for this pattern considering different fabric weights. Pattern Stool Cover Pictures

Free Crochet Pattern: Women's Ballet Slippers - Poochie Baby Poochie Baby's YouTube Channel || Poochie Baby Podcast on: Tune In - Stitcher - iTunes - Google Play *Updated 2-4-15: This pattern was previously posted on my “mypoochiebaby” blog. It has been moved to this new blog by Poochie Baby. This is a very easy pattern and the shoes stitch up pretty quickly. The two color version of this pattern can be found HERE Watch the video tutorial to see how I make these slippers! Materials: I Love This Yarn (from Hobby Lobby) F Hook (I only use Clover Soft Touch hooks these days!) * This pattern is written assuming that you are using the same color throughout. R1 – CH 2 and five SC in the first chain from the hook. R2 – CH 2 and 2 DC in each stitch around (10 stitches). R3 – CH 2 and 2 DC in each stitch around (20 stitches). R4 – CH 2 and 2 DC in the next stitch and DC in the next stitch. R5 thru R9 – CH 2 and DC in each stitch around. R10 – CH 2 and DC in the next 21 stitches (22 stitches, includes the first chain 2). R11 – CH 2 and DC in each stitch across.

The Sally Swing Sweater by NaturallyNora | Crocheting Pattern This listing is for a crochet pattern for The Sally Swing Sweater, part of The Books and Pens Collection, available for instant download. The Sally Swing Sweater would be an adorable addition to any back to school wardrobe. This pattern includes 5 sizes from 2T all the way to Child 12-14, which can also be worn as an Adult Extra Small. I love the four button closure and sixties silhouette.

{walker whimsy}: Scalloped Headbands {FREE Crochet Pattern of the Month} Hullo peeps! I am very pleased to introduce a new series! I will be offering a FREE crochet pattern each month, hence the very clever name "Pattern of the Month". There are several ways to subscribe in the sidebar at right so you don't miss out :-) Now, on to the first pattern! I am in the process of growing out my hair. You'll need yarn in the color of your choice, a size G hook, and a hair elastic. UPDATE 7/8/13: A couple people have found the starting chain to be too small (who knew I was a pinhead?). Abbreviations are as follows: ch = chain sc = single crochet sl st = slip stitch sk = skip First attach your hair elastic like this: Now ch 48 more. Then attach your foundation chain to the hair elastic again like this: Turn. Sl st in final ch. Voila! Ze obligatory action shots: And ze close up: I made these in a whole bunch of colors with yarn leftover from my rainbow scarf. Of course, they would also look adorable with a pixie cut ... Linking up at these lovely places:

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