How to Crochet a Tawashi February 20th, 2016 Save 1082Email 215 users recommend The tawashi (dish scrubber) in its natural habitat. Linda Permann Start by making a chain of 21 stitches. Sc in the 2nd chain from your hook, then sc in next ch, hdc in next 2 ch, dc in next 12 ch, hdc in next 2 ch, sc in last 2 ch. Photo: Linda Permann Japanese Tawashi, or dish scrubbies, have become popular crochet (and knit) items over the past few years, perhaps because they are small, cute, and useful. After my crafting session, I put the tawashi to use straight away on the dishes and found it especially good for bowls and glasses because of its flexibility (I like to fold it over the edges and clean the outside and inside at once). Materials: Small amount of Red Heart Eco-Cotton (or comparable yarn, CYCA size 4) in three colorsSize F (3.75mm) crochet hookYarn needleScissors Abbreviations:ch chainsc single crochethdc half double crochetdc double crochet Repeat row 2 twenty-two more times, for a total of 24 stripes of color.
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My Favorite Sites for Free Crochet Patterns - This Is Crochet | This Is Crochet First for Women Magazine asked me what were my five favorite sites for free crochet patterns for their December 7, 2009 issue. Here are my favs: 1. Crochet Pattern Centralwww.crochetpatterncentral.com Crochet Pattern Central is an online directory of thousands of links to free crochet patterns of all levels. 2. 3. 4. 5. The Crochetville messageboard community features a Free Original Patterns forum. Honorable mentions: Naturally Caron, Interweave Crochet, Stargazer’s Crochet, Yarn Lover’s Room, Free Vintage Crochet, Do you have any favorite sites for free crochet patterns? Follow my blog with Bloglovin About turquoizblue I love to design crochet fashion, accessories and home décor using traditional techniques to create contemporary designs.
Transitions Yoke Cardigan (Becky's Knitting Patterns) Yarn: Queensland Collection Maldive (99yds/91m) shown in Wild Oats; 12 skeins; or any aran weight yarn. Needles: US 6/4.0mm circular 24"/60cm and 16"/40cm. With #6 24" needle, cast on 84 sts. (For a higher neckline, cast on fewer stitches, but be sure the circle will meet around your neck.) Row 1-2: Knit.Row 3: Knit, increasing 12 sts, evenly spaced. 96 sts.Row 4-6: Knit.Row 7: Knit, increasing 16 sts, evenly spaced. 112 sts.Row 8-28: Continue in this manner, alternating the increases on the 3rd row and then the 4th row after. 196 sts.Row 29, 37, 39, 45, 47, 49: Purl.All other rows: Knit. You will have continued your evenly spaced increases throughout all above instructions. Now, continue in stockinette stitch with increases until yoke is large enough to fit around your bust and each arm, with desired ease. Cast on 5 stitches at each underarm and join fronts to back, creating one piece for the body and leaving two sections, one for each sleeve on waste yarn. Sew on 8 buttons.
★ 100 Free Crochet Patterns For Beginners Knitting and crochet are actually very different even though they are often confused with each other. Both techniques create a series of loops using yarn in order to make a flat fabric, but knitting uses knitting needles, and crocheting uses hooks. Finished knitted products have a different look and feel to finished crochet products; knitting is mostly used for anything that needs to drape well or be soft and cuddly, for instance sweaters, cuddly toys and socks, whilst crochet creates sturdier, more durable and often thicker items than knitting and is good for placemats, rugs and throws. However it does come down to personal preference because all of these items can be made with either crochet or knitting – it just depends what effect you want. Other differences between the methods are that more detailed patterns and colorwork can be achieved with knitting, and knitting can also be done by machine whereas it’s impossible to crochet by machine. Have fun!