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Tuto des perles au crochet

Tuto des perles au crochet

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Lots of Bracelets Lots of bracelets I’m lucky enough to be going away for a week, which means I will not be posting next week. You may be hearing about my holiday next time I post! Wonderful DIY Easy Crochet Button Flowers These pretty crochet button flowers is easy for any beginners ! And it’s a nice idea to use out those recycled buttons or beautiful collected buttons on crochet projects . Using them as hairpin, brooch or other fashion accessories, or add them to a bag, scarf, shoes ,hat ,or toy…anywhere you want, get crafty and enjoy! DIY Advent 5: Ethnic Wool Necklace DIY - Outfits, Shoes & Accessories Dana I often have ideas in mind, which are difficult to realize. With this necklace it turned out after the first attempt, the upper chain has to be shorter than the lower one, because otherwise the jewelry will not rest beautifully on the neckline. Material And Tools – For The Ethnic Wool Necklace You Need Wool (3 colors)Large-unit anchor chain (about 70 cm, from the hardware store)ScissorsForceps DIY Tutorial: The Step-By-Step Craft Instructions

Free afghan pattern from Winkieflash - Simply Crochet Today we have something extra-special for you lovely readers as Wink from A Creative Being has stopped by to share her pattern for a groovy afghan inspired by a psychedelic blanket from Etsy. So over to Wink… This pattern uses US crochet terms – check out The Making Spot’s full list and conversions here You will need: Tuto bracelet au crochet October 10th, 2008 Email 131 users recommend Plastic rings, covered with single crochet, make for bold, modern jewelry. And they can be put together in so many different patterns. Diane Gilleland Crochet with Raymond Hellooooo!!! Here I am, back again, to finish what I began yesterday! I wonder if it seemed strange to you all that I post a tutorial on how to make a leaf….. all will come clear today, I promise!

Daisy Puffagon Tutorial Any yarn you wish to use. I’d recommend using one hook size down from the recommend hook size for your yarn. This pattern is written in UK terms. American terms are given below in bold. WRITTEN PATTERN: Abbreviated instructions can be found at the end of the tutorial. JOIN AS YOU GO: Find out how to join the Puffagons as you make them with the 'Joining Daisy Puffagons' tutorial.

Broomstick Lace Bracelet This weekend I learnt broomstick lace. I saw a photo of a broomstick cuff on Ravely but the pattern just says “work 3 groups of 5 stitches of broomstick lace for the length of your wrist.” which wasn’t quite the level of detail I was hoping for! As with the crocodile stitch I’d been putting off learning this stitch because it looked quite complicated and there seemed to be a lack of left-handed written instructions, and again once I got my head around it it was actually quite easy. The most useful instructions I found were detailed written instructions from dayliliescreative.com - as usual though the instructions are for the right-handed majority so I’ve created a photo tutorial here for all the lefties out there to even things up a little. I think completing this pattern with a fluffy or highly textured yarn would be a bit of a waste – you need a nice smooth yarn that will show up all the stitches.

Sliding loop : an easy way to begin granny square! The double sliding loop is my favorite way to begin a granny square. I find this method fabulous as I can make the beginning ring the size I want. I worked it with a double ring as I find it more safe and easier to weave in end the tails. And here is a tutorial just to share with you my way to work : 1.

Do you dare to wear a granny square? I’m not sure if I’d manage a granny square evening dress…. But I’m loving the cowl I made last week and have been quite excited to show you! I must apologise for the photos, I’ve cropped them right down this week, so you can’t see the whole effect, but let me tell you, it really is lovely, I tried it on my friend to see how it looked on someone and couldn’t get it off her and back around my neck fast enough! Being that we are heading into winter at what seems like a veeeeeery fast pace right now, I’m obsessed with cowls and this I have to tell you, is the first of a series of cowl posts. Cowls are my new thing, neck warmey snuggliness without flappy ends, they are perfection.

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