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Designs by Lucy Ravenscar

Designs by Lucy Ravenscar

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Make the World’s Easiest Crocheted Scarf Home » $1 and Free, Accessories, cheap crafts, Fashion, Headline, Tutorials, Wearable Crafts 11 July 2011 58,146 views 43 Comments by rhonda Even if you've never picked up a crochet hook in your life, you'll have no problem making this fabulous multi-strand scarf. It was inspired by a similar scarf I spotted at a pricey boutique. The scarf I saw consisted of many long braids tied together in a series of knots. How to Read a Crochet Pattern, and Crochet Decoder App Giveaway! (If you're just interested in the giveaway, scroll to the bottom of this post to find it!) You guys are doing great so far! You've learned the basic stitches (from chaining and single crochets through half double and double crochets) and you're ready to tackle a pattern . . . right? You would be, if pattern directions were written in plain English, which they almost never are. Instead, they usually look something like this: Ch 20.

how to crochet a daisy chain necklace My mum described this thing she had seen on someone else, part necklace, part scarf, like a bunch of flowers for your neck and I was really taken with this idea of floral jewels. So after a bit of experimentation I came up with this design. It is simple to make with basic crochet stitches, and could have endless variations both in terms of the yarns and flower styles used to make it but also in the way it is worn. Materials * Yarn – I used Rowan Glace cotton in six different colours, a total of 33 gms. I chose the cotton yarn so it could be worn in summer as well as winter and I looked for something that was fine because I wanted the flowers to be small so they wouldn’t curl up too much.

Willy-Nilly Waterlily Please meet the Willy-Nilly Silly Snake. For those of you who are just starting to crochet and are interested in doing amigurumi, I've written this very simple pattern. I've designed this snake to be super easy, super cute, and a great way to use up all those leftover bits of yarn lying about. :) Before you start here are some helpful hints:1. Learn the magic adjustable loop to start off your amigurumi. Shara Lambeth Designs: Crochet Chain Link Necklace Tutorial Hello friends! I have had many, many requests for a How-To tutorial so others could make a Crochet Chain Link Necklace, so I thought I ought to do it :-) These necklaces are simple, pretty & even practical, yep, they're baby proof! So here's what you need to know to make yourself a Crochet Chain Link Necklace: What you need: 90m (100yds) DK weight cotton (approx) 4mm (US#6) crochet hook

'Dutch knitting' or Shepherd's crochet This is a technique which I learned from my mother who refers to it as 'knitting'. The technique does not actually use normal knitting needles, not does it use a conventional crochet hook, but a differently shaped, wooden one she calls a 'pen'. I've written this tutorial on request of many avid knitters and crocheters on BurdaStyle and elsewhere who want to learn this variation. A lively debate on the technique and its origins can be found on www.ravelry.com (search for 'Dutch Knitting Pen') where it was established that the technique is probably neither Dutch nor knitting. In honour of my mum I am going to be following our family tradition and continue to call this knitting in this tutorial.

Corona de Nadal. Attic 24 Woooooooooooohoooooooooooooo I am SOosososososososooooooo excited to be sharing this project with you today, I have been leaping about with happiness all morning at the sight of my finished wreath hanging on the door. I finished it last night at 10pm after a marathon of hard core, fiddly stitching. The stitching on of 100+ little bits was a real mare and it was a good job I was so obsessed with getting it done or else I might have given up. Tiny Einy amigurumi I just finished the Geek Chic swap, my partner being SpectrumSparksie.One of her swap wists was an amigurumi, and among her list of choices, I went for Einstein.After searching the web for ideas, I came up with a big fat nothing, so with a few photos for reference, I went for gold.In his tuxedo: In his labcoat, preparing to be brilliant: His little clipboard, complete with three equations [that Wiki says he made.. The whole deal.

smitten by a knot I’ve been so wanting to do a tutorial and I finally decided on this cute little macrame bracelet. It’s based on the knotted bracelets you see in tourist shops. They’re very simple to make and depending on the cord and beads you choose, you can design them to suit your style. They also make great gifts because of the somewhat adjustable length on the sliding clasp. Just about any kind of cord and beads will work as long as the bead holes are large enough for two cords to fit through. Only one knot, a simple square knot is used throughout. Crochet Hobo Bag I saw this bag and it totally drove me crazy! For days! Can you imagine? As alluring as it could be, I had to restrain myself from placing another order to Knitpicks. animal scarf crochet patterns, ooak animal scarves Animal Scarf Crochet Patterns, OOAK Animal Scarves Cat Cuddler Scarf – Animal Pet Warm DIY Fashion Tutorial Winter Fall Autumn The Cat Cuddler Scarf Pattern. This pattern is the cat’s meow!!

Baby Sheep Free Pattern Usually I don't write down pattern or record what I have done for my amigurumi,some of my friends asked me if I can give the pattern to them...I never learn how to write a crochet pattern so it's a tough mission for me... So, this is for you all, my first written patternI hope they will work out well :) Sleeping Baby Sheep Materials:- Worsted weight yarn (gray and white)- A little bit of black and white yarn for eyes and nose- US J10 and L11 hook- fiberfill Body (L11 hook) [Colour: white]Rnd 1: 7 sc in a ring (7)Rnd 2: 2 sc in each st around (14)Rnd 3: *sc in next st, 2 sc in next st* around (21)Rnd 4: *sc in next 2 st, 2 sc in next st* around (28)Rnd 5: *sc in next 3 st, 2 sc in next st* around (35)Rnd 6-9: sc in each st around (35)Rnd 10: *dec, sc in each of next 3 st* around (28)Rnd 11-13: sc in each st around (28)Rnd 14: *dec, sc in each of next 2 st* around (21)Rnd 15-17: sc in each st around (21)Rnd 18: *dec, sc in each of next st* around (14)Rnd 19: sc in each st around (14)

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