Les entrelacs Relevez 10 mailles au bord du rectangle en piquant l'aiguille de l'arrière vers l'avant du travail. Rangs 1 et 2 : 10 mailles endroit, tournez, 2 mailles ensemble à l'envers, 7 mailles envers, 2 mailles ensemble à l'envers en prenant 1 maille du rectangle suivant. Rangs 3 et 4 : 9 mailles endroit, tournez, 2 mailles ensemble à l'envers, 6 mailles envers, 2 mailles ensemble à l'envers. Rangs 5 et 6 : 8 mailles endroit, tournez, 2 mailles ensemble à l'envers, 5 mailles envers, 2 mailles ensemble à l'envers. Rangs 7 et 8 : 7 mailles endroit, tournez, 2 mailles ensemble à l'envers, 4 mailles envers, 2 mailles ensemble à l'envers. Rangs 9 et 10 : 6 mailles endroit, tournez, 2 mailles ensemble à l'envers, 3 mailles envers, 2 mailles ensemble à l'envers. Rangs 11 et 12 : 5 mailles endroit, tournez, 2 mailles ensemble à l'envers, 2 mailles envers, 2 mailles ensemble à l'envers. Rangs 13 et 14 : 4 mailles endroit, tournez, 2 mailles ensemble à l'envers, 1 maille envers, 2 mailles ensemble à l'envers.
Crochet Sphere Pattern Calculator This is a crochet sphere pattern generator. It's easy to crochet a rough approximation of a sphere, but for mathematically inclined people this is the only method that gives real satisfaction. I'm far from being an experienced crocheter but I've been able to make some quite satisfactory spheres this way (picture on the right). If you have comments or suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact me. My address is at the bottom of the page. To get a customized pattern, simply enter the circumference of the sphere and press the button. NEW: Try the Crochet Lathe: Simply draw the outline and the program will generate the pattern. Cheat Sheets for the Knitter - U Create We’ve had quite a few requests for Cheat Sheets for Knitters — due to the popularity of our Cheat Sheets for Crocheters post. Due to the talented knitters our there who share their talents with us we bring you cheat sheets for our knitting friends… Kitchener Cheat Sheet by Knitty Hat Knitting Guide by NobleKnits 5 Basic Shawl Shapes by Laylock How to Knit by Behance Knitting 101 by Craftervention Knitting Conversion Guide by Craftsy
Apprendre la technique du crochet Comment lire un diagramme de crochet Beaucoup de patrons de crochet sont présentés sous forme de diagramme, cela permet d'être plus facilement compréhensible par le plus grand nombre, notamment pour ce qui concerne les modèles en langues étrangères.Voici les principales abréviations utilisées Mise en pratique de la lecture du diagramme Je vous propose de decrypter la lecture d'un diagramme avec ce modèle de rond de chez Clover Le schéma est disponible gratuitement ICI et voici les explications du diagramme
Crocodile Stitch ...so I came across a lovely pattern on www.ravelry.com that included using, what they called, the Crocodile Stitch. Firstly, I have no problem paying for a pattern that someone has created and posted on the internet. I have no problem paying for an item that I don't want to make myself, from the internet. BUT, I don't think there is any reason to have to pay to learn a stitch. ONE STINKING STITCH! So I really loved this "Crocodile Stitch", but couldn't find it anywhere in an This video, however, only shows how to create the first row, and not the second row and so forth. So to be a good citizen, I will share my method with you, so that you can have a lovely scarf for yourself and your loved ones. Crocodile Stitch Scarf Medium: Crochet Tools: You can use whatever yarn/hook combination you want. l Hobby Lobby. Gauge: Whatever you want! Abbreviations: ch - chain, DC - double crochet Create slip knot. * For the scarf I made above, I chained 18. DC in 3rd chain from hook. Ch 1. 5 DC in first DC Ch 1.
Tunisian Crochet How-To… Basic Tunisian Crochet Stitch Welcome friends! This is my first How-To blog post and I am excited to share with you. I am going to show you how to Tunisian Crochet. Some of you may have heard of it and others maybe not. Either way, you will learn how to do it today! Tunisian Crochet is a fabulous way of mixing crocheting and knitting. To start off, you need a Tunisian Crochet hook. As you can see, it’s a long crochet hook… … with a stopper at the end like a knitting needle. If you can’t get your hands on one of these, you can use one of your regular crochet hooks. As far as yarn, feel free to use whatever you have on hand that will work with your hook. Stitches Ch– Chain Yo– Yarn over Sts- Stitches Sk– Skip Sl St– Slip Stitch Did you notice there’s no single, double, treble (etc.) crochets? A big thing you need to know and keep in mind as you do this is that you will go back and forth on your work and never turn. The Forward Pass you will be working right to left and The Return Pass you will work left to right. Chain 15
Yarn Comparison Chart Are you looking for a yarn comparison chart? The world is getting smaller these days (okay not literally but you know what I mean) and it is far more likely today that you will have a pattern or some yarn from a country that uses a different measurement scale. If you are in the USA - do you know the American equivalent of 4 ply? Or if you are in Australia and you have a pattern for worsted wool - do you know which ply to buy to make your garment? Yarn Comparison Chart The tension is the number of stitches and rows over a 10 cm square knitted in stotcking stitch. All of the needle sizes in the chart are stated using metric measurements, if you need to convert them into UK or US sizes you will find a needle conversion chart on the needle sizes page. Wraps per inch for each yarn weight is the number of times you can wrap the yarn around one inch of a ruler. It doesn't matter what size or width your ruler is as this metric measures the thickness of the yarn rather than the length.
How To Make A Crochet Magic Ring There is definitely a benefit to using a magic ring, or magic circle, over the traditional beginning chain that you slip stitch into a ring. What is it? There will be no space in the center of your project. Here are the steps to making the magic ring. Step 1: Begin by making a backwards “J” with the end of your yarn. Step 2: Cross end of yarn behind your yarn coming from the skein. Step 3: At this point you will need to pinch/hold the yarn together where they cross. Step 4: Let yarn from skein fall behind loop. Step 5: Pull loop all the way through, and up to top of ring. Step 6: Using your middle finger (or any finger that is comfortable) continue to hold the loop you just made, to the top of the ring. Step 7: Chain 1 for sc & hdc patterns. Step 8: Crochet as many stitches in the ring as your pattern calls for. Step 9: Pull yarn end to seal circle. If something doesn’t make sense, or if you have any questions, just let me know. Happy Crocheting!
25 Crochet Techniques to Learn Cro-tatting – learn more Continuing on with the series, here is a list of 25 crochet techniques to learn to help jumpstart your crochet creativity. Some of them are specific techniques for traditional crochet and others are variations on traditional crochet. I’ve included seom information on getting started with learning each of these things. Print out the list, add to it and challenge yourself to learn something new with crochet all of the time! 1. Do you learn better from words and still photos than video? Many people prefer to use the magic ring to start their in-the-round project. 2. I like the tutorial from Stitch Diva that shows the anatomy of crochet stitch and explains where to put the hook to crochet in either the front or back loop only. 3. The best resource for getting started is the WonderHowTo page that shows a variety of different variations of two color crochet including how to crochet using two threads at once. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.
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The Thumb Trick: Sometimes called an afterthought thumb, I first read about it in Elizabeth Zimmermann's Knitter's Almanac. I really like this method because it's seamless; sometimes when patterns have you place stitches on a holder and then cast on the top stitches you can get an odd seam right in the crease where your thumb meets the hand, and that can be uncomfortable. The only trouble that some people may have with this method is that you cannot immediately try on your mitten in progress, as you can with mittens where the stitches are put on holders. The trick: Knit to where you want to place the thumb hole, and take a length of contrasting yarn, and knit the thumbhole stitches with it instead of your working yarn: (see the working yarn, still on the right-hand side of the work?) Then, slip all these stitches back onto your left hand needle purl wise: And knit across them, with your working yarn: Here are the held stitches after a few rows have been worked: (Fetching uses a ribbed pattern. Ta da!
How to make crochet ball How to make crocheted beads in a few easy steps. Many time people asked me to write this tutorial and finally it's here. These crochet balls you can make in all the colours of the rainbow and in any size.It is a very good idea for beginners to start out with thick yarn and a large hook so they can practice before going down to the skinnier threads and crochet hooks. Used terms: stitch (st.), single crochet (sc), single crochet 2 together (sc2tog) A wooden bead is perfect as a core of a crochet ball, but you can use acrylic beads as well. Make a loop a few inches from the end of your yarn.Take the loop where two threads overlap, between your left thumb and forefinger. Insert hook into the loop from front to back. Draw up a loop.Make a chain. Insert the hook into the loop, so you are crocheting over a loop and the yarn tail. Draw up a loop to begin your first SC. Complete the SC. Ball is made as a spiral. R4: 2 sc, inc in every stitch around.R5: 3 sc, inc in every stitch around.
seamless + symmetrical | november :: mystery crochet project Hooks at the ready! Let's get started with this month's mystery crochet project. To make this project all you need to know how to do is to make a basic granny square. Don't worry if you're just starting out and you are more of a beginner, this post has been… With 43 comments Wool-Eater CAL 2012 Effective, textured, an absolute show-stopper the Wool-Eater has become a favourite among many! With 225 comments Wool-Eater Motif CAL 2013 In 2012 we hooked a square or oblong Wool-Eater . . . 2013, and I thought it would be nice to hook a Wool-Eater Motif Blanket! With 78 comments Granny Square pattern, with pictures (scene one, take two) Edit #2 (late November 2006): I've noticed on several forums that a lot of people are using my rectangle granny square pattern. Seen the comment that people are worried about the long sides of the afghan narrowing while the corners on the short ends stick out. This is perfectly normal. Once your afghan starts getting bigger the weight of the afghan will make things even out. You dont need to do anything special to fix it. EDIT: November 2006 -- I've found several of my pictures in other sites on the internet...I dont mind people giving out the LINK to my blog, but I do mind people lifting my pictures and claiming that the items in the pictures were personally made by them. I'll be gradually putting copyright info on my pictures, altho, it's probably a little late now... Here's hoping the power doesnt go all wonky on me again (and it could...there's a heck of a wind storm going on outside) This is a crochet pattern that was taught to me by my late grandmother. Rectangular Granny Afghan