International Yarns and Latch Hook Kits shell: ([Tr, ch 2] 4 times, tr) in indicated stitch. Ch 72. Row 1 (RS): Sc in 2nd ch from hook, *sk next 4 ch, ([tr, ch 2] 4 times, tr) in next ch (shell made), sk next 4 ch, sc in next ch; repeat from * across, turn—7 pattern repeats. Row 2: Ch 8 (counts as tr, ch 4), sc in 3rd tr (middle) of first shell, *ch 4, (tr, ch 1, tr) in next sc (between shells), ch 4, sc in 3rd tr of next shell; repeat from * across, ch 4, tr in last sc, turn. Row 3: Ch 6 (counts as tr, ch 2), (tr, ch 2, tr) in first tr, sc in next sc, *shell in next ch-1 sp, sc in next sc; repeat from * across, ([tr, ch 2] twice, tr) in 4th ch of turning ch, turn.
50+ Free Crochet Flower Pattern Tutorials - My Creative Nook If you are interested in learning how to crochet a flower, you have stopped by the right place! They are truly one of my favorite projects to work on because they crochet up very quick and look cute as an embellishment to almost anything! I use these flowers on newborn hats, headbands and ear warmers, blankets, scarves and handbags. The possibilities are endless! I’ve even seen people use them in scrapbooks or on handmade cards. Whether you are looking to decorate your home with flowers that you don’t have to water, or are looking for some added color in a project, the flowers below are a sampling of many different shapes and sizes and should get your started!
Decoration Crochet With Standard - Crochet Baby crochet decoration is always a grace, do not you think? This free crochet design is simple and delicious to make, and the colors you choose. Especially when it completes the design. It was so wonderful decoration in crochet? It follows the pattern if you would like to share will all rights projects found here. The Internet has been a blessing, because we always find what you need right? Easy Textured Fingerless Gloves Nice and warm! I love this textured yarn! However, it took me a while to figure out what to do with it. I guess I have a tendency to want to try elaborate stitch patterns, but with a textured yarn fancy stitches just don’t show very well. Added to which they were not so flattering to showing the yarn off well.
Magic Spike Mandala Square - 12" Afghan Block A mandala… square? Yes! I recently had a request come in asking me to turn the Magic Spike Mandala into an afghan square. I thought it was a great idea ( particularly for such a busy week). Here’s the result – the Magic Spike Mandala Square! The Magic Spike Mandala Square is a 12″ x 12″ afghan block that retains the look of the original mandala but is decidedly blanket-friendly.
Crochet blanket in 2 strands of Alpaca DROPS ALPACA UNI COLOUR (50g) 4.85 USD DROPS ALPACA MIX (50g) 4.85 USD Lots of new lessons and videos online! Have you seen all the new updates to the Tips & Help section? Here you will find not only new videos on a daily basis but also knitting & crochet lessons and lots of pattern inspiration for your next project! How To Spray Block Crochet or Knit Squares - Kim Werker's Blog I've fielded lots of questions about blocking crochet and knitting recently, and I thought a wee tutorial might be in order. So I spent this afternoon up in the mountains recovering from the last few months, and in so doing I blocked some squares. Here's the long and short of it; click any photo for more information, or check out the full photo tutorial on Flickr (there are about twice as many photos there*). Crochet blocking is the process of setting your fiber pieces with some form of water. You can spray block (demonstrated here), wet block (using a similar technique but starting by submerging your pieces in water until they're saturated), or steam block (using a steamer or a steam iron after you pin the dry pieces).
Amigurumi Apples © June Gilbank 2010 Here’s a realistic amigurumi apple: it’s not just a ball with a stalk attached, it’s actually the shape and size of a real apple! Give one to your (or your child’s!) How to insert a zipper and line a crochet purse tutorial I just finished this awesome slate gray crochet purse from my original pattern and now I need to add those important finishing touches of a zipper and lining. I have created this tutorial to show in detail how I did this! To see more images of purses created with this pattern see my earlier blog post. Purchase this crochet purse pattern here! Inserting the zipper: Purchase a zipper that is an inch or two longer than your opening.