Olavas Verden: Flower pattern – in english… :O) To all my international readers; here is the english version of my flower pattern. Very many have asked for it, and now, finally, I have tried to tranlate it. I hope you will understand… :O) The pattern is written i american english term… :O) Jeg har fått uendelig mange henvendelser på om jeg ikke kan få oversatt dette mønsteret til engelsk, så nå har jeg endelig gjort et forsøk. Akkurat nå er denne oppskriften den meste besøkte på bloggen min, den 8. oktober satte jeg ny rekord på antall besøkende på et døgn, da tellet blogger at det hadde vært 4815 besøkende….. Veldig mange av disse klikket nettopp inn på dette rosemønsteret. Den norske oppskriften kan du finne HER… Yarn: Cotton Sports from Gjestdal ASA Crochet Hook: 3 mm CO 8 ch, turn in circel. 1. round) *2 dc, 2 ch, 2 dc* repeat between ** 8 times, change colour 2. round) *1sc, 4 ch, 1sc* repaet between the ** 8 times 3. round) *1 sc, 1 ch, 3 dc, 1 ch, 1 sc* repeat between the ** 8 times, change color. …from the back… Fasten off… :O)
Teeny Tiny Flowers This is a very simple little crochet pattern for small five-petalled flowers and leaves.I love making crochet flowers. I love the decorative nature of them, that they can be used to embellish all sorts of crochet, knit or fabric garments and objects. They can be used to decorate a bag, a hat, a cushion, a coat. First a word about yarn thickness and hook size.Below are three flowers made using the exact same pattern, but with different yarns and hooks.On the left, Rowan DK handknit cotton, on the recommended 4mm hook.In the middle, the same Rowan cotton, but on a 3.5mm hook.On the right, Rowan DK wool on a 3.5mm hook. I prefer to use a slightly smaller hook size than usual so that the flowers come out tighter/smaller (as in the middle flower). The pattern is written in UK terms, the stitches as follows :: sl st :: insert hook, yarn over, pull the loop back through the stitch, then through the loop on your hook. For US peeps: UK dc = US sc UK htr = US hdc UK tr = US dc Round 1 :: Round 2 ::
Why Didn't Anyone Tell Me?: Sharing the tea cosy love! Ok, so it started with one tea cosy and now there have been three more! One for a gift, one ordered by a friend and another to pop into my shop. They are just so lovely to make and seeing them sitting together with their different coloured roses makes me smile. I've had quite a few emails asking if I have a pattern for these and until now I'd just made them up as I went along. But after making several more, I've finally written out a pattern complete with a gazillion photos! So if you fancy making one of these sweet cosies, you can. Here are the things you'll need to get started. To get started, make an initial chain just long enough to go around the base of your pot so it sits just to the sides of your handle. Then Ch2 and work one HDC into the third chain from hook. Work enough rows of HDC (always adding a Ch2 before turning) so that your cosy sits just below the base of your spout. Now place a stitch marker in the centre stitch. You can now fasten off this section. Enjoy!
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How to crochet a flower I love crochet flowers! These crochet flowers are super simple to make! I used Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice yarn and a crochet hook H. I hope you can understand the instructions. Crochet Flower Pattern Crochet Abbreviations: ch = chainsc = single crochetdc = double crochettrc = treble (triple) crochet How to crochet a flower Make magic ring (this is a great photo tutorial on making a magic ring) 1st round 15 sc in magic ring, pull tight, slip st in first sc 2nd round - chain 4, *skip 1 sc, dc in next sc, ch 1, repeat from * 6 more times. 3rd round – join new color to first chain loop with a slip stitch, work sc, dc, trc, dc, sc in each ch 1 loop, making eight petals, slip stitch in first sc. 4th round – Working behind, sc ch 4 around each dc in 2nd round, ending with chain 4, slip stitch in first sc (8 chain 4 spaces) 5th round – sc, dc, 2trc, dc, in each chain 4 space around. (8 petals) slip stitch in first sc TaDah! In no time at all you you can crochet a garden!
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. 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) To begin, chain 26. :: Row 1 :: Start in the 2nd chain from hook (as shown above with my needle) and work a row of double crochet. 1. 2.
Fall For Me Spiral Hat : Free Crochet Pattern Where I live, fall is less than a month away and I can already taste the pumpkin spice latte’s! I love fall. I love the fashion, the weather, and most importantly I love wearing my collection of handmade goodies. The Fall for Me Spiral hat will be a great addition to your fall fashion accessories. Fall For Me Spiral Hat Crochet Pattern by B. Please do not copy, sell or redistribute this pattern without first obtaining my permission. This pattern is written in US crochet terms Gather Your Supplies 1 Skein, Lion Brand Amazing yarn (Strawberry Fields shown)5 mm Crochet Hook5.5 mm Crochet HookDarning NeedleScissorsOptional: Stitch Marker Disclosure: Please note that the links below are affiliate links, and at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you decide to purchase your supplies online. Purchase Your Supplies Online Abbreviations Ch – Chain Slst – Slip Stitch Sc – Single Crochet Hdc – Half Double Crochet Dc – Double Crochet Pattern Notes Written Instructions Like this: Brittany
CROCHET PATTERNS (Flower Pattern #81 Forsythia) -Crochet & Knit Design Heaven Introduction Forsythia is a flowering deciduous shrub growing up to 1-3 m high. They love a full sun or light shaded hedge. The flowers are shown in early springtime before the leaves and are like shallow, yellow bells with 4 lobes. How to Crochet a Forsythia Flower? Crochet Yarn Crochet cotton colour A = yellow, colour B = green. Crochet Hook 1mm steel hook, 1.75 mm steel hook. Details of components shallow bell with 4 lobes separated at the base tiny stigma in the centre 4 round sepals. Crochet Flower Pattern Crochet Petals Start: using A and 1.75mm hook, make 4ch, join with sl st, 1ch, and continue in round R1: 4sc in ring, join with sl st, 1ch, R2: (1sc, 9ch, skip 2ch and make dc in next 6ch and 1sc in last ch, 1sl st in the next sc in the ring) repeat 4 times. Crochet Sepals Start: using B and 1.75mm hook, make 6ch, skip 1st ch and make 5sl st; continue with 4ch, join with sl st, 1ch, and continue in round R2: [(1sc, 2dc, 1sc) in next sc] repeat 4 times. Stigma Assembly Conclusion This is it!
Pretty Little Petals [Free Pattern] Strictly speaking, this post was intended to be the "Part Two" section of the Granny Oblong saga. Except that I went on a frogging spree, and now the whole thing is sitting in the "in progress" box (which has a lid, so I don't have to look at them for a while! :P) But since you were promised a pattern, and since this is called "eggbirddesigns" not "eggbirdthefrog", a pattern ye shall receive!! I hope you like it :) Pretty Little Petals ETA: You can now link to this pattern on ravelry here Notes sp - space sl st - slip stitch sc - single crochet dc - double crochet ch - chain The pattern is written in American terms, however if you prefer UK terms there is a fab 'translator' here. To Begin: create a magic loop (if you're unsure how to do this, click here). Round 1: Ch1, 2sc into each space around. Round 2: Ch1, *2sc in next sp, 1sc in next sp* - repeat between * 6 times [18 sts total] Round 3: Change colour. Round 4: Ch3 (counts as first dc), 5dc in the same space.