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Free crochet pattern heart ♥

Free crochet pattern heart ♥
Mijn excuses voor degenen die geen Engels kunnen lezen, deze post gaat over de Engelse vertaling van het hartje van Karin aan de haak. As promissed here is the post of the English translation of the little heart, designed by: Karin aan de haak. Free crochet Pattern HEART en rosa: Espanõl Mi disculpa, yo hablar no Espanõl. 26-01-2013: en Francais (avec un grande MERCI à Renée Azéma) Materials needed: 100% mercerized cotton, suited for hook 3-4 mm a crochet hook (crochet gancho) at least one size smaller than advised on the label of your skein (I used a 2mm hook) tapestry needlestuffingaccessories to decorate like: keyring, ribbon, buttons, beads, bells, felt etc. Stitches:ch - chain cadena SS – slip stitch cadena SC – single crochet punta bajo HDC – half double crochet media vareta DC – double crochet punto vareta TC – treble crochet punto vareta triple CH ml (maille en l’air) SC ms (maille serrée) HDC dmb (demi-bride) DC br (bride) TC db (double bride) Start with chain 8. Monter 8 ml (mailles en l’air)

Coeur Did I tell you already that crocheting is addictive ? Well .... you can guess what I've been up to lately ;) ...... and the subject is HEARTS !! Had ik al gezegd dat haken verslavend is ? Welnu ... dan kan je wel raden waar ik de laatste weken mee bezig ben geweest ;) .... en het onderwerp is HARTJES !! The free pattern I found on the blog of :Karin aan de haakYou can find my translation HERE Het gratis patroon vond ik op het blog van: Karin aan de haakJe kunt mijn Engelse vertaling HIER vinden. Enjoy your heart(s), I'll keep you in the loop ;) Veel plezier met jouw hartje(s), hou je haaks ;)

Le crochet 1. On appelle "jeté" le fil placé sur le crochet avant qu'il n'ait traversé une maille pour devenir lui-même une boucle ou maille. 2. On appelle "maille en l'air" une maille de chaînette. AbréviationsVocabulaire du crochetLe montage des maillesComment tenir le crochetPoint de base pour le crochetLes augmentations Les diminutions Points diversUn point de feston ajouré à rayuresPoints de bordures et galon Points pour le crochet: Point "cotte de maille" Point "fantaisie en relief à base de brides"Point de côtes au crochetPoint à rayures en reliefPoint d'étoilesPoint d'escalier Rosaces Carrés pour coussins et couvertures Astuces de tricot Conseils de lavageLes gauchères Technique de base du pressageMise en forme Différents trucs Les outils nécessaires pour une tricoteuse.LexiqueTrucs maisonTermes de travaux à l'aiguille (anglais-français) Tableau des mesures Pour femmesPour hommesPour fillesPour garçonsPour bébés Modèles de tricot

Gorro jaquard molt xulo. Newborn [Infant, Toddler, Child] Shown in infant Boy's Circumference: 12[14.5, 17, 19] inches Girl's Circumference: 12.5[14.5, 16, 18] inches Worsted Weight Scraps in 7 different colorways Girl's hat: Red, Purple, Ivory, Turquoise, Orange, Lime, Pink Boy's hat: Navy, Lime, Light Blue, Grey, Red, Orange, Ivory Recommended yarns The following "recommended" yarns are simply a starting place if you do find yourself at the LYS. Recommended needle sizes US #7/4.5 mm 16 inch circular needle and set of 5 dpns Yarn needle Stitch marker Cardboard or pom making tool 20 sts and 25 rows = 4 inches in St st Construction starts with ear flaps, beginning with braided tassels and working up. Special Stitches m1r (make 1 right) - with left needle, lift strand between needles from back to front, knit lifted strand through the front. m1l (make 1 left) - with left needle lift strand between needles from front to back, knit lifted strand through the back. Knitting on dpns, fair isle. Row 1: Knit across. Crown Shaping

Cobblestone Square Hi All, I have a new design to share with you... Before I get to the new pattern I want to apologise for the lack of posts lately; my last post was 6 weeks ago! I'm afraid I've been a bit disenchanted with the whole blogging and designing experience... Only I kept seeing it pinned on pinterest, and when I saw a couple of pins with the comment "pattern only in german, but with good pictures" I'm afraid my anger bubbled to the surface and I looked at the blog post again and with the help of google translate deciphered the post to find out if she mentioned the original source at all. A couple of days later after not hearing anything from her I checked her blog again and found that she had removed my comment and, again at the bottom of the page after her sign off, she had replaced "Translation in English here" with - This is the original, on this page I found this flower. Something at least I guess... but I still feel that the original creditation should be within the body of her post. Karen xx

Fleurs au crochet Je vous présente des Fleurs au crochet que j'ai eu le plaisir de réaliser ! Vous trouverez pour ce modèle , mon ouvrage terminé et le tuto qui va au schéma. Voici 5 fleurs roses et mauves , auquelles j'ai rajoutées une perle pour la finiton ! J'ai trouvé le tuto sur le joli blog de " Katty " , les explications sont ici , elles sont données rangs par rangs! Dans la série des Fleurs au crochet, voici des nouveaux modèles trouvés sur le net . Voici des magnifiques fleurs au crochet , trouvées sur le site de " Passion-crochet " , les explications sont ici ! Il y a en tout 13 modèles de fleurs , les explications sont données rangs par rangs . Voici des jolie fleurs accompagnées de leurs grilles gratuites , trouvées sur le net ! Voici un choix important de magnifiques fleurs , trouvées sur Crochetclub.net , ici ou si vous êtes inscrites sur Facebook , sur la page d'une amie , ici ! Voici des belles fleurs et ses grilles gratuites , et de nombreux modèles supplèmentaires , trouvés sur la Galerie Picasa

Tuto Coeur - Patty crochète Bonsoir, Alors petit changement, je devais utiliser le coeur de chez The Royal Sisters .... mais comment dire, en vrai dans mes mains, je ne le trouve pas aussi mimi que sur ses photos.... Conclusion, je m'y colle pour ma version à moi et pour son tuto. Granny Coeur ml : mailles en l'airb : bride db : double bridemc : maille coulée Monter 5 ml en anneau,3 ml(= 1 b), 2 b, 3 ml, *3 b, 3 ml* x3, fermer le tour par 1 mc dans la 3ème ml de départ 1 mc dans les 2 prochaines brides et 1 mc dans l'arceau de 3 ml,3 ml (= 1 b) (2 b, 3 ml, 3 b) dans le même espace de 3 ml, 1 ml, *(3 b, 3 ml, 3 b) dans l'angle suivant, 1 ml* x3, fermer le tour par 1 mc dans la 3ème ml de départ 1 mc dans les 2 b suivantes, 1 mc dans angle, tourner le travail 1 ms dans l'angle, 1 ms dans les 3 prochaines brides, (1 ms, 5 ml, 1 ms) dans l'espace d'1 ml, 1 ms dans les 3 prochaines brides, (1 ms, 5 ml, 1 ms) dans l'espace d'1 ml, 1 ms dans les 3 prochaines brides, 1 ms dans l'angle suivant, tourner le travail

Granny mania ! c v e t u l k a knits Simple Sunburst Crochet Heart Tutorial Hello Lovelies, we are enjoying a quiet half term week here , I've been busy spring cleaning and reorganizing. But I've also taken the opportunity to write out another tutorial for you . My original Sunburst Granny Heart , which I posted last spring has turned out to be one of my most popular patterns. That's quite a complicated design though, with many different stitches . In this version my aim was to simplify things and also to create a solid version, suitable for stuffing......... What do you think ? Here goes with the tutorial...lots of pictures and tips as usual ......enjoy :0) I'm again using U.S. terms and you start by making a modified sunburst granny circle. Hello again, here goes with round 4....starting to develop the heart shape. In the next stitch make 1 hdc......... 1 dc in each of the next 2 stitches........ In the next stitch make 2 dc.......... followed by 1 dc in the next stitch and 2 dc in the following stitch......... Then it's time to make the second "bump".

Comment faire différents travaux au crochet COMMENT FAIRE DIFFÉRENTS TRAVAUX AU CROCHET COMMENT FAIRE UNE BORDURE AU CROCHET SUR UN TRICOT AUX AIGUILLES Comment exécuter au crochet le bord d'une nappe ou d'un napperon sans rabattre les mailles mais en terminant au crochet le motif travaillé aux aiguilles. Le dernier tour est un picot. DES BOUCLETTES RÉGULIÈRES AU CROCHET Un point "fourni", comme une fourrure, souvent employé pour des bordures ou des garnitures telles que cols, poignets. Les bouclettes se font plus ou moins longues, en tournant le fil autour de deux ou trois doigts. Les bouclettes se travaillent sur l'envers, donc un rang sur deux; elles se forment derrière le travail, donc sur l'endroit. Un support rigide est indispensable pour obtenir des bouclettes plus régulières qu'en procédant avec le fil autour des doigts.

Circular Crochet Rag Rug – Instructions Circular Crochet Rag Rug Tutorial This pattern is for a circular rag rug to illustrate the process of crocheting a rag rug in the round. Once you understand this concept you can then choose a variety of patterns to work with - ovals, squares, rectangles or even a hexagon. 1. 2. 3. ch 1, (It may be useful at this stage to start marking the beginning of your round with a safety pin). sc x2 into each st,then join with a sl st. 4. ch 1, *sc twice into next st, sc 1 in next st* ** rep to end, join with sl st. 5. ch 1, *sc twice into next st, sc 1 in next st* ** rep to end, join with sl st. 6. 7. 8. 1 sc into next 3 st, sc x2 into next st and every 4th st to end of round. 9. 1 sc into next 4 st, sc x2 into next st and every 5th st to end of round. 10. You can keep going here for as long as you like – but be warned they can become difficult to work with after a 4-5ft diameter. Here is one of my earlier rugs and this reached approx 6ft.

granny etoile Hi everyone; my second, baby boy option, blanket is now decided upon. I wanted a blanket covered in 5-point stars, made up of hexagon motifs similarly to my baby girls puffed daisy blanket. This wasn't the most straightforward project to design, and I have to admit that I don't think I could just write the pattern down in a way that most people would be able to understand easily, so a comprehensive photographic tutorial is essential for this project. I would have loved to have made a video tutorial for you, but with only 1 pair of hands I'm afraid it is beyond me! Back view below. My boys baby blanket is in shades of blue, green, white, grey and dark brown. Go on, give it a go... Happy crocheting Karen xx

100% rain Only a week to Christmas! How did this happen? Today I have a new shawl pattern to share with you. Gratitude is a sweet little shawl, designed for Sundara Yarn's Colors with Purpose series. You can find more details and order the yarn here. Gratitude Thankful, blessed and grateful. Yarn: Petite Sock Yarn by Sundara Yarn, 470 yards [430 meters] of light fingering weight yarn.Needles: US 6 [4 mm] circular needle.Finished measurements: 61” [153 cm] wide (top edge) and 19” [48 cm] deep.

Heart Bunting Super cute heart bunting, just what every home needs! I searched around the internet for a heart shape I liked, round and perfect and hearty enough. Alas I couldnt find one… so I made one up instead. These hearts are made with 8ply cotton and a 4mm hook. 1. 2. Double crochet once into each of the next three stitches, 5 double crochets into the next stitch. So this round goes: 5dc into first stitch, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc-1tr-1dc into next stitch, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 5dc into next stitch, ss into last stitch, when you are done it should look like this: Join your next colour into the ss and chain 1. Repeat as many times as you desire… Cute aren’t they?? If your hearts don’t sit as flat as you would like give them a gentle iron on the reverse side (use a hanky or tea towel between your heart and the iron) To make the bunting; chain 20 attach chain to your first heart using a ss, chain 6 attach with ss to the other side of your heart. Hang and enjoy… Hope you are having a great week! Like this:

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