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Boite mouchoirsGranny Tissue Box Tutorial

Boite mouchoirsGranny Tissue Box Tutorial
Granny Tissue Box Cover Tutorial 8ply yarn. 3.5mm crochet hook. Wool needle. Scissors. Tissue Box 12cmD x 21.5cmL x 8.5 cmH This pattern is in English crocheting terms. English Abbreviations: sl st - slip stitch ch - chain dc - double crochet tr - treble d tr – double treble Ch 36, join with a sl st to form a circle. Round 1… 1 ch, 1 dc into this ch. 1 dc in each ch to end, join with a sl st to first dc. 36 dc in total. Round 2… 3 ch, 2 tr, 3 ch, 3 tr, 3 ch, 3 tr in this dc. *Miss 2 dc. 3 tr in next dc* repeat * - *4 times (5 groups in-total) Miss 2 dc. 3 tr, 3 ch, 3 tr, 3ch, 3 tr in this dc. *Miss 2 dc. 3 tr in next dc* repeat * - * 4 times (5 groups in-total) Join with a sl st to 3rd ch from beginning of round. Sl st across into first 3 ch space. Round 3… 3 ch, 2 tr, 3 ch, 3 tr, in this 3 ch space. 1 ch. 3 tr, 3 ch, 3 tr in next 3 ch space. *3 tr in next space *, repeat * - * 5 times (6 groups in-total) 3 tr, 3 ch, 3 tr in next 3 ch space. 1 ch. *3 tr in next space *, repeat * - * 5 times (6 groups in-total). Related:  idees crochettutos crochetPATTERNS

May Roses This is my pattern for these adorable May Roses, a sweet little floral decoration for all sorts of prettifying projects. Make them into brooches, attach them to hats, bags, hair slides, cardigans. Assemble a whole bunch of them to prettify a tea cosy, a bag, a cushion. String them together to make a pretty floral garland. Stitch them to crochet triangles to make some pretty rosy bunting. 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) 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 (note :: this is equivalent to the US hdc stitch) 1. 2. 3. 4.

Jumble Throw The Jumble Throw is an updated granny square afghan crocheted in a randomized selection of colors. One size Finished Measurements Approximately 35” square Materials 11 Balls Berroco Pure Merino DK (50 grs), #4503 Barley (A) 1 Hank each Berroco Inca Gold (50 grs), #6420 Azul (B) and #6434 Carbon (C) 1 Ball Berroco Geode (50 grs), #3645 Pink Jasper (D) 1 Hank each Berroco Ultra Alpaca Light (50 grs), #4288 Blueberry Mix (E) and #4212 Cordoba Grape (F) Alternate Colorway 11 Balls Berroco Pure Merino DK (50 grs), #4574 Chocolate (A) 1 Hank each Berroco Inca Gold (50 grs), #6423 Granate (B) and #6443 Castano (C) 1 Ball Berroco Geode (50 grs), #3646 Tiger’s Eye (D) 1 Hank each Berroco Ultra Alpaca Light (50 grs), #4280 Mahogany Mix (E) and #4284 Prune Mix (F) Crochet hook, size 4.50 mm (G) Note If you're using stash yarns for the contrast colors, gather 50 balls of yarn, each about 25g or roughly the size of a golf ball. Gauge 1 Square = approximately 7” x 7” Square (Make 25 using colors shown on chart)

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Regular Crochet Linen Stitch Square Last week I shared the Linen Stitch Manghan pattern with you. It was made using two-colour linen stitch squares, the instructions for which were specifically adapted to eliminate all but 4 tails of yarn. This week I am going to share the pattern for the regular linen stitch square with you. Yes, I am aware of the fact that I have still used only 2 colours per square, but with these instructions you can change colours as little or as often as you like, using as many colours as your heart desires! Each round is a repeat of the previous round, but with one more linen stitch between corners. The instructions below are for a 15 cm (5″) square, but you can continue to add rounds to create a giant linen stitch square, making this pattern perfect for a continuous stash-busting blanket. Size 15 cm (6″) blocked. Gauge 9 Linen Stitches and 14 rows per 10 cm (4″) square. Materials Abbreviations Special Stitches Starting Corner This is how you will make the first corner of each round. Corner Instructions

Tuto bracelet au crochet , Challenge 12 mois, 12 projets* Alors voici mon mini tuto pour confectionner ce bracelet au crochet vous aurez besoin de : - Du fils de coton - Un crochet. J'ai utiliser un crochet de grosseur 1.6mm - Une attache à bracelet - De la petite chaîne en métal - De la colle à tissus ( assez liquide et transparente) Commencer par faire 3 cercles au crochet comme ceci: Faire un anneau de 8 ml 1er tour: 12ms ds l'anneau, 1mc ds la 1ère ms. 2ème tour: 1ml, 1ms dans la ml, 2ms ds chq ms suiv, 1mc ds la 1ère ms. 3ème tour: 4ml,[1br,1ml] 23 fois, 1mc ds 3ème ml. 4ème tour: 2ml, sauter 1ml, 1ms ds ms suiv, [1ml,sauter 1ml,1ms ds ms suiv] 22 fois, 1ml, sauter 1ml 1mc ds 1ère ml. 5ème tour: 3ml, sauter 1ms, 1mc ds la ms suiv, [3ml, sauter 1m, 1mc ds la m suiv] 22fois, 3ml sauter 1m, 1mc au pied ds 3ml du début du tour. Une fois mes 3 cercles fait, je les ai assembler ensemble en me servant du bout de fils que j'avais laisser à la fin de mon ouvrage à l'aide d'une petite aiguille J'espère que cela vous à plu A+

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! (I suddenly feel the need for a large rubber band to hold my camera to my forehead! I joke, but part of me thinks I may just try it!!! 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

Encore des mailles Sommaire de la page : 1) Définition de la maille 2) Les mailles lisières 3) Les mailles glissées 4) Les mailles en attente 5) Les mailles longues 6) Les mailles doubles 7) Les mailles torses 8) Les mailles lâchées > La base fondamentale du tricot aux aiguilles est une boucle, qui, resserrée par un nœud, forme la première maille du travail. Quand on tricote une série de mailles, on forme des points. > Une maille, tricotée à l'endroit ou à l'envers, se compose de 2 brins : > le brin avant : le brin de droite ou premier brin. > le brin arrière : le brin de gauche ou deuxième brin. > Le tricot au point jersey a tendance à rouler sur les bords ; il est conseillé, pour une écharpe par exemple, de tricoter les 1 ou 2 premières mailles du tricot au point mousse : on appelle ces mailles du bord, les mailles lisières (m. lis.). > Quand on tricote des motifs, les m. lis. sont ajoutées au nombre de mailles requises pour la répétition du motif. > Il existe plusieurs fois de procéder pour tricoter les m. lis laine.

Poinsettia © June Gilbank 2007 Crochet a large poinsettia flower for Christmas – perfect as a table centrepiece or as a decoration. Or make a smaller one in fine yarn or thread to wear as a pin on your coat, a Christmas tree decoration, or anything else you can think of! Click for full-sized picture This Poinsettia pattern is Donationware – the pattern is available for free, but if you like it please consider sending me a donation to show your appreciation: Send me a donation and receive the easy-to-print PDF version of the pattern as a thank you! Donations of any size are much appreciated. The complete pattern and instructions are available below, regardless of whether or not you choose to pay for them This is a PlanetJune original crochet pattern. Not ready to make it yet? Terminology Notes Do not join at the end of each round; rounds are worked in continuous spirals.Use a stitch marker to mark the beginning of each round. You will need… Ingredients Large Poinsettia: Small Poinsettia: Crochet Instructions

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How to Make a Reversible Swiffer Sock November 4th, 2010 Email 361 users recommend This Swiffer sock can be used as a duster (ruffly side), mopper (smooth side), and it fits right over your sweeper. Linda Permann To start, chain 31. Working in the front loop only, *ch 4, sl st in next dc; repeat from * across. Photo: Linda Permann Make a few more decrease rounds to close up the sock so it'll fit snugly over the swiffer. See more of my projects on my personal blog, and look for my new book, Crochet Adorned, in stores August 11, 2009. View 9 member project galleries posted in: yarn, green, eco, scraps, cover, swiffer sock, reuseable, duster, mop, swiffer cover Stay connected with CraftStylish Inspiration for crafting with natural resources.

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