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{Crochet} Comment lire un diagramme et crocheter un granny ?

{Crochet} Comment lire un diagramme et crocheter un granny ?

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Easy Chunky Crochet Sweater I’ve always wanted to try crocheting some sort of clothing piece that I could wear as I’ve previously made a lot of accessories such as cowls and hats. I dabbled in sweater-making with Myla’s “Arbor Baby Sweater” but up till now, I could not find a crocheted sweater pattern for adults that I absolutely loved. Furthermore, I didn’t feel confident enough to try making my own design since I had no previous experience working on an adult sweater. Much to my delight, I saw a picture of a gorgeous sweater that draped beautifully on-line, and it turned out to be a free crochet pattern on the Lion Brand Yarns website called the “Simple Crochet Shrug” (see HERE). When I quickly read through the pattern, I was blown away by its simplicity as the construction was simply one massive rectangle folded in half and then seamed along the sides while leaving arm holes- no other attachments were necessary! I chained 76 using my 10 mm crochet hook.

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. Wrap your yarn 3 times around your finger

Getting Hooked Details Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 November 2015 20:23 Published on Thursday, 12 November 2015 08:56 By Marnie MacLean Free Knitting Pattern: Manos Camote Pocket Scarf FollowFollowingNobleKnits Knitting Blogblog.nobleknits.comFeaturing kettle dyed Manos del Uruguay Maxima yarn, Comote Scarf is a free knitting pattern. The scarf is knit in garter stitch with double moss accents, and has a pocket at each end for warmth or storage. Wear it draped or wrap it once around your neck...ReportNudity or PornographySpamPromotes Self-HarmAttacks a Group or IndividualsOther

CROCHET GEEK Free crochet flower patterns with Crochet Geek. The crochet lessons are detailed, some with slow motion for additional time needed to learn new crochet techniques and stitches. Examples are a crochet rose, blue ivy, marigold, daffodil, poinsettia, pansy and lilly to name a few. Gratis dibujos de flores crochet con ganchillo Geek. Las lecciones de ganchillo son detalladas, algunas de ellas con cámara lenta por el tiempo adicional necesario para aprender nuevas técnicas de ganchillo y puntadas.

Loving... a crochet headband {30 Days of Creativity} - Thingsdeeloves Yay, it’s Friday! I hope you’ve enjoyed the first week of this series, I have to admit that I’ve enjoyed putting the list of projects together. For our last project for the week I’m sharing this really simple twisted crochet headband from Olivia and Hopeful Honey. I only have very basic crochet skills, but I think that even I could tackle this projects – perfect for the chilly Winter months coming up here in South Africa! Loving...crochet baskets I spotted these amazing neon crochet baskets a few weeks ago, and I new I just had to make my own. I decided to make a smaller and simpler version, using normal string and some colourful wool. I battled to find a simple crochet basket pattern to suit my limited stitch vocabulary, but I eventually managed to put together a pattern based on a few others.

Free Crochet Pattern Vintage Pastels Coaster #92 Vintage Pastels Coaster Edited By: Maggie Weldon Copyright 2012 Maggie Weldon Crochet a Gorgeous Set of Rainbow Nesting Baskets In this tutorial, you'll learn how to make a set of seven rainbow nesting baskets. These baskets are great for storage, but they're also perfect for teaching your little ones about colour and shapes! They can keep themselves busy for hours as they discover how to fit all the baskets together. AmigurumiBB's Blog This week wanted to talk about amigurumi doll’s hair making. If you ask me, it is the hardest part of finishing the doll and making her look the way we imagine. At least it is for me. Tried so many different versions of hairs to be done on the doll, and hardly ever was satisfied with the final outcome.

Through the Loops!: Happy Friday If you follow me on Instagram, you may have already seen this, but I thought I'd share it here too. If you have phone charger thieves in your family, as I have in mine, I recommend you dress your charger up with a bit of crochet. Those sneaky pilferers will have a hard time making a case that it's their charger.

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