Granny mania ! Towel Edgings - Talking Crochet Newsletter - July 3, 2012 - Vol. 9 No. 14 These pretty towel edgings are perfect for when warm weather requires a smaller, lighter-weight project. Plus, they are the perfect size to easily stash in a bag when you travel. Stitched from washable, long-wearing 100 percent cotton yarn, these simple edgings can be adapted to fit any size towel. Blue Towel Edging Skill Level Easy Finished Size 1 inch wide Materials Elmore-Pisgah Peaches & Creme medium (worsted) weight cotton yarn (2 1/2 oz/122 yds/71g per ball): 1 ball #26 light blueSize I/9/5.5mm crochet hook or size needed to obtain gaugeTapestry needleSewing needleCotton dish towelMatching sewing thread Gauge 4 sts = 1 inch Pattern Note Weave in ends as work progresses. Instructions Row 1 (WS): Make ch to desired length in multiple of 6 plus 2 at end, sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in each rem ch across, turn. Row 2 (RS): Ch 1, sc in first sc, *sk next 2 sc, 5 dc in next sc, sk next 2 sc, sc in next sc, rep from * across, fasten off. Finishing Sew Edging to 1 short end of towel. 1 1/2 inch wide
How to crochet granny ripple I am sure many of you who can crochet fairly well may not know how to crochet a granny ripple. While I was crocheting my vibrant pillow 3 I thought I would make a tutorial on granny ripple but for some reason I couldn't do it then. Here it is now. Once you get started and go in the right direction granny ripples are fun to make, but getting started is what irks me a lot. So to start with, make chains of length that you desire. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Since some of you are having doubts about ending and starting a row I have included these additional instructions and photos to elaborate on them. In the above picture you can see that I have made 5 turning chains and made 3 dc (cluster) into the space between the two clusters in the previous row. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. The below picture shows the end of row 4. And end of row 5. Now you can see the edges of the pattern evolving. PS: This is a not a cushion cover. This post has won me an award
Mata & Ora - Free Knitting Patterns - Homewares Patterns Using 4mm hook and turquoise (or pink or coral)yarn, make 115ch ? Row 1: Work 1dc in 2nd ch from hook, 1dc ineach of next 111ch. 113sts ? Work two more rows of dc (remember to work2ch in place of first dc of each row) ? Row 4 (eyelet row): 4ch, miss one st, 1htr in next st, *1ch, miss one st, 1htr in next st, rep from * to end ? To make up The finished edging should measure about 52cm, which is 2cm longer than the width of the towel and will allow for any shrinkage. Large soap holder Using 4mm hook and turquoise (or pink or coral) yarn, make 20ch, turn and work 1dc in second ch from hook, then 1dc in each of next 17ch, work 3dc in last st, then 1dc in each of next 18ch along opposite side of foundation ch and 3dc in last st; join with sl st to second of two turning ch. 42sts ? Small soap holder ?
Crochet in Color Edging for Openwork Crochet Dishcloth This is an edging to crochet for the cotton openwork dishcloth. Work in back loops of stitches unless otherwise directed. Place a marker around the last stitch in your last row to keep track of where your edging begins. To begin the edging, you will need to rotate your work clockwise so that the left-hand edge of your work faces up. Round 1: Ch 2. Work 36 sc across the top edge of the work, making sure to space them evenly. To Form Corner: Ch 2, and rotate work clockwise so that your foundation chain is facing upward. Sc in each loop of your starting chain. (36 sc.) To Form Corner: Ch 2, Turn work clockwise. Work 36 more sc across the top edge of the work, making sure to space the sts evenly. (37 sc.) To Form Corner: Ch 2, rotate work clockwise. Complete the row working in SC. (37 sc total.)
Toutes à nos crochets Hot Air Balloons: Crochet Amigurumi Toys DIY Free Pattern There are countless options for using these Hot Air Balloons as versatile gifts (baby mobile, joggling balls), and it is up to your imagination to choose the content of the basket. Put a special message in the basket for the recipient, or a small treat, or a passenger, or a special gift (could some jewelry piece be a good idea?) - anything your imagination can come up with! Can you guess why these crocheted Amigurumi Hot Air Balloons are arranged as baby mobile?! In fact, I live in a Dragon cave – not only my baby is a Dragon, so is his father. Continue reading to explore more…. Little Dragon needed some nice baby mobile. Anyway, back to crochet. Loving both of my Dragons equally strong and having limited time – I had to find a creative way how dragon eggs could be used both ways – as joggling balls and also as hot air balloons for baby mobile. Materials used: for balls and baskets: 100% cotton (suitable for 2.5-3.5 mm crochet hook) in joyful colors. STEP 1: Crochet the balls.
crochet - poupée au crochet - gâteau au crochet - boîte au crochet - pour des mines - the serial… - The serial… - fouet et crochet,… - broche cerises - cache ton pot au… - chat au crochet - cadre papillon au… - Woody l'oiseau au… Vendredi 21 février 2014 5 21 /02 /Fév /2014 11:30 Cette petite créature deviendra papillon, il me reste à faire ses ailes, elles seront en tissu. bonne journée Par Gédane - Publié dans : crochet 48 Mardi 17 décembre 2013 2 17 /12 /Déc /2013 08:30 Pour la 200ème des Serial crocheteuses les gâteaux sont à l'honneur pour fêter ça. hiphiphip hourra! J'ai crocheté celui-ci sans modèle comme d'hab donc pas d'explications ;o) Par Gédane - Publié dans : crochet 40 Mercredi 4 décembre 2013 3 04 /12 /Déc /2013 13:00 Pour The serial crocheteuses n°198 Isabelle nous propose: "Cette semaine vous avez carte blanche pour votre création mais pour la réaliser vous devez utiliser un point que vous n'avez encore jamais crocheté." Je n'ai pas suivi de modèle du coup je ne sais pas quel est ce point. si vous le reconnaissez... je l'ai crocheté avec de la grosse ficelle, et je peux vous dire que mes doigts ont souffert. Une boîte à biscuits en fer a retrouvé un nouveau look. les autres participantes ici ooo Yoyo!! oooo ooooooooo
Little Bigfoot Giraffe Amigurumi Pattern Little Bigfoot Giraffe 2014, (pattern has been translated into Spanish here) I think I love him! And one more Little Bigfoot pattern gets revised, updated and given it's own video tutorial. I actually can't believe how many patterns I've gotten posted with videos since the start of this year. Written patterns and video tutorials now available in this new 2014 Little Bigfoot series: Little Bigfoot Giraffe stands 13 inches from horn to toe. Copyright 2014 Author: Sharon Ojala - Amigurumi To Go, All rights reserved Attention members of all cross stitch and DIY sites Text and images contained inside this pattern are not authorized to be sold as a cross stitch pattern nor shared in full or in part on any cross stitch site nor on any DIY site nor on any website. Text and images contained within this pattern are not authorized to be traded, given, received or sold for points, gold coins or for any other form of monetary value. Using one image with a link back to the pattern is permitted
Mixed stitch stripey blanket crochet-a-long Hello. How are you going today? I have got the next bit of the crochet along for you today, so here what I've done: After the aqua and red outlined cluster pattern, and the 1 row of blue hdc, I turned the work and went back with another row of blue hdc. Next was a row of pale pink hdc, then turn the work and go back, so you end up with a double row of pale pink hdc. Next is a 4 row pattern called Catherine Wheel. Special Abbreviation CL (Cluster) : work [yo, insert hook, yo, draw loop through, yo, draw through 2 loops] over the number of sts indicated, yo, draw through all loops on hook. Row 1(wrong side) : In red, join and make 1ch in first st (counts as first st), 1sc in next st, * skip 3sts, 7dc into next st, skip 3 sts, 1sc into each of next 3sts; rep from * to lats 4 sts, skip 3sts, 4dc into last st, turn. (sorry it's a bit blurry, it's getting late here!) Of course you can do this pattern in whatever colours you like! Next is a chunk of sc rows. Colour sequence that I used : Light blue, red,
Crochet Mittens Free Pattern - Mrs. Murdock's Mittens Author Brenda K. B. Anderson Introduction My sister-in-law (who incidentally lives in Michigan, the nation's high-five) asked me for a no-frills crochet mitten pattern using worsted weight yarn. Materials List Size G - 6/4.00mm hookApproximately 200 yards of worsted weight yarn in color of your choice for Women's size. Finished Size These mittens are patterned for preschool sized hands with older kids and women's sizes shown in parenthesis. Preschool These mittens measure approximately 6.5" in length, including ribbed cuff. Older kids These mittens measure approximately 8" from ribbing edge, to fingertip. Women's Size These mittens fit most women's hands. Star measures 2 ¼" from tip to tip. Gauge 17 sts and 18 rows worked in sc = 4" x 4" Notes Abbreviations and terms used in this pattern: Ch = chain Dc = double crochet (used in star pattern only) Hdc = half double crochet (used in star pattern only) sc = single crochet sc2tog = single crochet 2 stitches together. Sl st = slip stitch The back bump: row 1.