CROCHET PATTERNS (Flower Pattern #81 Forsythia) -Crochet & Knit Design Heaven Introduction Forsythia is a flowering deciduous shrub growing up to 1-3 m high. They love a full sun or light shaded hedge. The flowers are shown in early springtime before the leaves and are like shallow, yellow bells with 4 lobes. How to Crochet a Forsythia Flower? Crochet Yarn Crochet cotton colour A = yellow, colour B = green. Crochet Hook 1mm steel hook, 1.75 mm steel hook. Details of components shallow bell with 4 lobes separated at the base tiny stigma in the centre 4 round sepals. Crochet Flower Pattern Crochet Petals Start: using A and 1.75mm hook, make 4ch, join with sl st, 1ch, and continue in round R1: 4sc in ring, join with sl st, 1ch, R2: (1sc, 9ch, skip 2ch and make dc in next 6ch and 1sc in last ch, 1sl st in the next sc in the ring) repeat 4 times. Crochet Sepals Start: using B and 1.75mm hook, make 6ch, skip 1st ch and make 5sl st; continue with 4ch, join with sl st, 1ch, and continue in round R2: [(1sc, 2dc, 1sc) in next sc] repeat 4 times. Stigma Assembly Conclusion This is it!
Deer Little Fawn: Crochet granny square pattern Granny knows best! Granny squares are fun and once you have the crochet basics they are quite simple to do. They are a great way of using up ends of yarn and can be joined together to form a variety of crafty projects, blankets, throws, scarves, cushions, bags etc. This is not a tutorial, just the pattern, you will need to get to grips with the basic starter crochet stitches first, but once you've got those down it's be granny squares galore! NOTE: This pattern is in US crochet stitch terms (as when I taught myself crochet I accidentally learnt the US names instead of UK terms and so just stuck with them) So if you are used to UK terms there is a helpful conversion chart here. It doesn't really matter how thick your yarn is (as long as you use an appropriate hook size for the yarn you've chosen) the squares will vary in size depending on yarn thickness and how loose or tight you crochet. Basic Granny Square Pattern Ch4, join with sl st to form a ring. Rep from * 2 more times. Enjoy!
Teeny Tiny Hearts This is my pattern for making Teeny Tiny Hearts which are rather on the cute side and super easy and quick to do. The pattern is written in UK terms, the stitches as follows :: sl st :: insert hook, yarn over, pull the loop back through the stitch, then through the loop on your hook. dc (double crochet) :: insert hook, yarn over, pull the loop back through the stitch (two loops on hook), yarn over and pull through both loops on hook. htr (half treble) :: yarn over, insert hook, yarn over, pull the loop back through the stitch (three loops on hook), yarn over and pull through all three loops on hook. tr (treble) :: yarn over , insert hook, yarn over, pull the loop back through the stitch (three loops on hook), yarn over and pull through two loops on hook (two loops left on hook), yarn over and pull through remaining two loops. For US peeps: UK dc = US sc UK htr = US hdc UK tr = US dc To begin :: chain 4, join with a slip stitch to form a ring. Chain 2 (counts as 1 dc) (picture above)...
Various different crocheted DROPS flowers DROPS MUSKAT UNI COLOUR (50g) 4.25 USD DROPS 152-155 are now available in the stores for $2 per catalog – no yarn purchase required! The catalogs are printed in a limited edition, so visit your local DROPS store today! Find the DROPS Spring & Summer 2014 Collection here! The DROPS knitting and crochet experts are also working full time making new tutorial videos for this new collection! NOTE: This pattern is written in American English. Silver grey flower with round bows and leaves in 2 layers Crochet 4 ch and form a ring with 1 sl st in first ch. 1st round: 1 ch and then 6 sc in ring. 2nd round: * 1 sc in following sc, 3 ch *, repeat *-* 6 times, finish with 1 sl st in first sc from beg of round. Golden beige flower with "wheel" in center, round bows and leaves in 2 layers Crochet 4 ch and form a ring with 1 sl st in first ch. 1st round: 3 ch and then * 1 dc, 1 ch * in ring, repeat *-* 5 times. Leaf Crochet 12 ch. © 1982-2014 DROPS Design A/S.
Crochet | thestitchsharer I’ve recently learnt to crochet and I LOVE IT! For me, it’s about only having to have one stitch on your hook at anytime and the creative freedom. The biggest hurdle I had to get my head around was the fact that us Brits and our hooky friends in the US use different names for the same stitch. So, incase any of you have also experienced this problem, I thought I would put together a few crochet stitch guides to make this hooky world a little clearer. Crochet Stitch Summary Chart The Granny Square Attic 24′s Crochet Flowers Quick and Easy Chain Stitch Bracelet Crochet Tips Quick and Easy First Crochet Makes The Slip Knot The Chain Stitch The Slip Stitch The UK Double, US Single Stitch The UK Half Treble, US Half Double Stitch The UK Treble, US Double Stitch The UK Double Treble, US Treble Stitch The UK Triple Treble, US Double Treble Stitch The Magic Crochet Ring Crochet Poppy Crochet Hat Attic 24 Granny Blanket and Edging Crochet Pumpkin Like this: Like Loading...
Happy Flower Decoration This is a pattern/tutorial to show you how to make this Happy Flower wall hanging. You can read more about the design and making of the original decoration in this post. I'm using a cotton yarn to make this decoration, it's Rowan Handknit Cotton, a fairly robust DK weight yarn which I work on a 4mm hook. I love using this yarn for decorative projects as although it is soft and lovely to work with, the resulting crochet tends to be quite stiff and holds it's shape well. Plus aren't the colours scrummy?! Before we begin, a little summary of the basic stitches. sl st [slip stitch] :: insert hook, yarn over, pull the loop back through the stitch, then through the loop on your hook. dc [double crochet] :: insert hook, yarn over, pull the loop back through the stitch (two loops on hook), yarn over and pull through both loops on hook (note :: this is equivalent to the US sc stitch) dtr [double treble] :: yarn over TWICE, insert hook, yarn over, pull loop back through stitch (four loops on hook).
Crochet Flower Pattern Yarn Flowers! Once you have mastered the basic crochet stitches, you can have fun with small projects like these. I am not a big follower of patterns, I basically make it up as I go along, the good thing about crochet flowers is that flowers are all different so you can just play around and see what comes out! When making these ones above I attempted to write down a pattern as I went, the pattern is for a six petalled flower (like the one with the pink outer petals above) but as you can see, once you've made one you can play around and change it up a bit, (eg. the purple one is simpler and only has one set of petals, the yellow one has seven petals, the blue one I added an extra ring of yellow in the centre after I'd made it). Crochet flowers can be added to any number of projects, attatch them to hats, scarves, make brooches.. For these I used a double knit/worsted weight yarn and a 4.5 mm crochet hook. Crochet Flower Pattern (6 petal flower) Make a slip loop/magic ring Enjoy!
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