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How to make the Foundation Double Crochet

How to make the Foundation Double Crochet
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Vive le Crochet !!! Vous avez envie de créer mais vous ne savez pas trop par où commencer ? Vous avez des modèles de tricot sous la main mais vous préférez le crochet ? Alors cet article est pour vous ! ! ! Vous allez pouvoir apprendre à faire d’un modèle de tricot, un modèle exclusif de crochet. Voici les différentes étapes à suivre : A. B. C. D. imaginons que votre échantillon de 10 cm de côté vous donne 23 mailles serrées pour 14 rangs . 10 cm = 14 rangs et 10 divisé par 28 = 0.36 donc 28 cm = 14 divisé par 0.36 =>38.88 soit 39 rangs E. F. G. Vous devez donc diminuer (ou augmenter selon le sens de travail), de 44 mailles sur 12 rangs. Autre méthode : Conseils de dernière minute : Prenez votre temps et n’hésitez pas à faire et à défaire jusqu’ à ce que vous parveniez à ce que vous espériez. Si vous avez des questions ou un soucis, n’hésitez pas à me contacter et vive la création!

Foundation Double Crochet (FDC) A while back I did a video tutorial for Foundation Single Crochet (FSC), which shared my method for making that stitch. Now to complete the job, I’ve made one for Foundation Double Crochet, usually abbreviated as FDC! Video Tutorial: How to Crochet the Foundation Double Crochet Stitch Written Instructions for Foundation Double Crochet: The First FDC Stitch: Ch 3. Subsequent FDC Stitches: Yo and insert hook into the V at the bottom of the previous stitch. This stitch is great for all the same reasons that FSC is great: No counting tiny chains to make sure you have the right number – just count your nice big stitches! I hope this has made it all clear for you! Thanks again for watching, and if you have any questions, comments, or ideas for videos you’d like to see, please let me know in the comments!

Chainless Starting Double Crochet in the Round The Chainless Starting Double Crochet method of starting rows is the perfect way to avoid the wimpy 3 ch turning chain. And the previous tutorial for it was a hit! But some of you had a question – how does this stitch work in the round? Well it works great! Let me show you how it’s done. Chainless Starting DC in the Round Tutorial (Sorry about the title card there – Mr Moogly is out of town for his day job, I’ll have him fix it asap! So essentially, it’s exactly the same as working the CSDC in rows! I didn’t make another photo tutorial, as the one on the original post shows it quite well. Thanks for watching!

Points de crochet - Comment j’ai vaincu… Vendredi 4 décembre 2009 5 04 /12 /Déc /2009 23:17 C’est GigiS et son FreeForm Crochet qui m’ont fait découvrir la beauté du point de poste version crochet, le bullion de son petit nom anglais. Armée des explications en images de Bidouillette, je me suis attelée à la tâche… Mais, force était de constater que ma laine ne voulait vraiment rien savoir : impossible de passer tous les jetés du crochet sans les faire un par un ! Cela me rappelait la difficulté que l’on rencontre en maedup pour passer les cordons à tresser dans une perle. Les Coréens ont un outil très pratique qui est un crochet qui se referme à volonté. Voilà d’où m’est venue l’idée de me fabriquer un crochet similaire avec les moyens du bord… Trop heureuse du résultat, je ne peux m’empêcher de vous faire part de ma technique peu orthodoxe. Une fois ma rondelle classique de crochet servant de base, j’ai débuté le tour par les 3 mailles en l’air réglementaires, puis je me suis armée de deux crochets mis têtes bêches.

snuffykin's journal - Foundation single crochet tutorial This is a photo tutorial for foundation single crochet. I learned this from Interweave Crochet magazine, Spring 2007 issue. To quote the article by Marty Miller, "Foundation stitches replace the traditional foundation chain plus the first row of stitches". The traditional method creates a tight row. This method creates stretchier row that is more sized like regular rows. It's also useful when you don't know how many stitches you need to "cast on" for your project. These stitches are also referred to as base ch/sc and chainless foundation. Art of Crochet & Josi Hannon Madera Designs Video tutorials for right-handed and left-handed Double-Base Chain stitch. 1) Ch 2. 2) Yarn over, draw up a new loop through the first 2 loops on the hook. 3) There are now 2 loops on the hook. 4) There are still 2 loops on the hook. 5) You have made one foundation single crochet (fsc). 6) Yarn over and draw up a new loop through the first 2 loops on the hook. 7) There are 2 loops on the hook.

Last Minute Crochet Gifts: 30 Fast and Free Patterns to Make Now! Don’t panic – you can still have that handmade holiday or birthday, and do some stash busting while you’re at it! Here are some great last minute crochet gifts, each of which takes less than 200 yards of yarn! Crochet Gifts For Kids: Sparky the Monster by Stacey Trock, for Knitting Fever: There are all sorts of monsters here to make, and they are all adorable. But I have to admit Sparky is my favorite! Hermione the Unicorn by Dawn Toussaint, a Ravelry download: How cute is this!? Crochet Gifts For Teens: U: Slouchy hats are hip as can be! Crochet Gifts For The Chef: Treble Sponge by Anastacia Zittel, on Anastacia Knits Designs: Make cleanup just a little more fun – and it takes only 20 yards of yarn! Crochet Gifts For the Fashionista: Nordstrom Crochet Hobo Bag by Dao Lam, on Just One More Line: I’ve made this pattern myself – it works up very fast, and looks great! Crochet Gifts For Teachers, Friends, and Co-workers: Crochet Gifts For the Fellow Crafter:

grumpygirl: Tutorial: The amazingly flat crochet seam Alrighty then, here goes. Works best with contrast colours. And a smaller hook. Step 1. Step 2: Insert hook into inner loop of top square. Step 3. Step 4. Step 5. Step 6. Aerial view of finished hook: Crocheting For Dummies Cheat Sheet Cheat Sheet You’re never too old or too young to discover crochet. The skills you master, the benefits you receive, and the beautiful heirlooms you create can last a lifetime and be passed on to future generations. To get started with crocheting, you need to decode crochet symbols and abbreviations so you can follow patterns with ease, and you need to find out what gauge is (and why it’s so important). Common International Crochet Symbols and Crochet Stitch Abbreviations Check out the following quick reference guide to the International Crochet Symbols and the abbreviations (in parentheses) for common crochet stitches. Abbreviations for Common Crochet Terms So they stay free of clutter, crochet patterns feature a lot of abbreviations for common crochet terms. approximately (approx) begin(ning) (beg) between (bet) contrast color (CC) centimeter(s) (cm) decrease(s)(d)(ing) (dec) follow or following (foll) gram or grams (g) inch or inches (in.)

Potholder Tutorial and the Fusible Thread Trick! | Modern Domestic | Portland, OR If you weren’t able to make it to our free mini-class on how to make potholders, or you just want a reminder of what we covered in the class, check out the tutorial below. Potholders are a quick and easy way to brighten up your kitchen decor! To make these cute-as-a-button potholders, you’ll need: Two 12″ x 12″ squares of plain 100% cotton fabric (we used white muslin)One 12″ x 12″ square of 100% cotton battingOne 10″ x 10″ square of cute 100% cotton print fabricTwo 10″ x 10″ squares of Insul-Bright battingOne yard 1/2″ double fold bias tapeThread in a color that will stand out against your plain fabric, we are currently loving the Mettler Neon threads! The first step to putting the potholder together is to free motion quilt your muslin and batting together. Get ready for some free motion quilting fun! You’ll want to thread your machine with a thread color that will pop against the plain fabric background. 1. free-motion quilted square, face down 3. printed fabric square, face up

Spud & Chloë — Blog Hi Spud & Chloë Friends, I am happy to bring you a fun new free pattern today. This pattern is a little different than others I’ve done before. The other unusual aspect of this pattern for me is that I used a stitch dictionary for the leaf pattern in this design. I knit the scarf version of Leaf using 2 skeins of Outer in the Peat colorway. The scarf measures 4 inches by 76 inches, using up most all of the 2 skeins of Outer. The bookmark is about 1.5 inches wide and about 10-inches long. Have fun with your new scarves or bookmarks! Here is the Ravelry page for Leaf! Click here to download the free pattern for Leaf!

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