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Magic Spike Mandala Square - 12" Afghan Block

Magic Spike Mandala Square - 12" Afghan Block
A mandala… square? Yes! I recently had a request come in asking me to turn the Magic Spike Mandala into an afghan square. I thought it was a great idea ( particularly for such a busy week). Here’s the result – the Magic Spike Mandala Square! The Magic Spike Mandala Square is a 12″ x 12″ afghan block that retains the look of the original mandala but is decidedly blanket-friendly. Add this pattern to your Ravelry Queue US – I/9, 5.50mm hook 135 yds total worsted weight yarn in 4 colors (Lily Sugar’n Cream shown)Special Stitch: Spike St – Keeping tension on the active loop on the hook, insert hook into specified stitch, yo and pull up a loop to the height of the current row. Instructions: Round 1: Using Color A, make a magic circle. Round 2: Ch 3 (counts as first dc), 2dc in next ch sp. Round 3: Using Color B, join with a sl st to top of one of the dc sts that is worked into a dc (not a dc that’s worked into the ch sp). Round 4: Ch 1, sc in first st. Round 6: Ch 1, hdc in first st.

A new crochet stool cover Ta da! A new crocheticious stool cover… I love how bright and cheerful it turned out. Would you like to make one of your own? Well you have come to the right place, read on… Crochet stool cover tutorial You will need: Yarn in a variety of colours, all of a similar weight. A 4mm crochet hook. A stool ;) Round 1. Round 2. Round 3. Round 4. Round 5. Round 6. Round 7. Round 8. Round 9. Round 10. Round 11, getting there! Round 12. Round 13. Round 14. Cover sides: Chain 2 and hdc into the back loop of each stitch around. Finishing. Have a bright and beautiful weekend! Here it is brightening up a corner of our home! Like this: Like Loading... Related Doily Tutorial This is a doily with attitude... In "Creating" Cheep cheep the crochet chick As promised, a new friend for your bunnies! In "Crochet" Crochet stool cover tutorial As you know last weekend I was pondering how to cover my two new (to me) little stools....

Little Spring Mandala Pattern: Made in K-Town by Barbara Please respect my rights as designer: do not sell, share, translate, or publish any parts of my patterns (including pictures) online or elsewhere without my permission. Do not claim this pattern as your own. Material: As usual, I used small amounts of Catania by Schachenmayer and a 2.5mm hook. Some general notes: For this pattern I use US crochet terms. I did NOT write down the chains at the beginning of each round: for the first stitch in every round, work chains (e.g. 3 chains for the first dc) OR start with a “standing stitch” i.e. join the new color with a slip knot or a simple loop ON YOUR HOOK and just work the first sc or dc as usual. I hope I haven't lost you already :) Here we go: 1st Round: start with a magic ring and work (1dc, ch1) 12x inside the ring, fasten off (12 ch1-spaces) 2nd Round (new color): work (1sc, ch2) in every ch1-space, fasten off (12 ch2-spaces) 4th Round (new color): work 4 dc in every ch3-space, fasten off (48 dc, no spaces!)

Free crochet patterns Techniques used in this stitch(British term / American term: Chain stitch – ch Double crochet / Single crochet – dc / sc Treble / Double crochet – tr / dc Shell – work 7tr/dc in the same space or stitch. Picot of 3 ch – picot Stitch - st Make 35 foundation ch. Row 1: skip 4ch, 1tr/dc in next, 3ch, skip 3ch, 1tr/dc in each of the next 3ch, 7ch, skip 5ch, 1dc/sc in next, skip 2ch, shell in next, skip 2ch, 1dc/sc in next, 7ch, skip 5ch, 1tr/dc in each of the next 3ch, 3 ch, work 1tr/dc + 5ch + 1tr/dc in lzst ch, turn. Row 2: 3ch, 10 tr/dc in space of 5ch, 1tr/dc in tr/dc, 3ch, 1tr/dc in each of the next 3tr/dc below, 3ch, 1dc/sc in space of 7ch, 7ch, 1dc/sc in 4th tr/dc of the shell below, 7ch, 1dc/sc in next space of 7ch, 3ch, 1tr/dc in each of the next 3tr/dc below, 3ch, 1tr/dc in tr/dc, 1tr/dc in 3rd ch, turn. Repeat rows 2 – 7 until you have reached your desired length. Color combination with purple

Tutos mailles de bases et motifs au crochet - LES FILS D'HELENE Article programmé Aujourd'hui, suite à une question d'Annick, je vous propose des tutos expliquant comment faire les points de base au crochet. C'est en anglais, mais avec des images très détaillées, donc je pense que ça ne pose pas de soucis de compréhension. Sinon, dites-le... Chaînette de base (composée de mailles en l'air) Mailles coulées (ce sont celles en rose) Mailles serrées Demi-brides CLIC ! Brides CLIC ! Voilà pour les principales mailles, ensuite, il y a des double-brides (faire une boucle de plus sur le crochet avant de piquer le crochet dans la maille du rang inférieur), des triple-brides (pareil, mais avec 2 boucles de plus), etc. Pour les motifs, ils en ont mis pleins que j'aime beaucoup. - Motifs monochrome avec texture : CLIC ! - Motifs multicolores : CLIC ! - Motifs aérés : CLIC ! - Bordures : CLIC ! - Motifs géométriques, étoiles : CLIC ! - Fleurs, animaux, motifs en relief : CLIC ! - Filet : CLIC ! Et en prime, quelques patrons bonus, disponibles sur cette page : CLIC !

Free afghan pattern from Winkieflash - Simply Crochet Today we have something extra-special for you lovely readers as Wink from A Creative Being has stopped by to share her pattern for a groovy afghan inspired by a psychedelic blanket from Etsy. So over to Wink… This pattern uses US crochet terms – check out The Making Spot’s full list and conversions here You will need: a crochet hook (5mm)yarn (Stylecraft Special DK)a pair of scissorsa darning needle Let’s get started! 1. So: ch 41 2. Continue until you reach the end of the chain. So: sc 40 (40) 3. So: blo, sc around (40) 4. So: blo, sc 5, *fldc in 2nd row below, sc 10* (40) 5. You no longer have to count your stitches; just single crochet in the dc from the previous round and then make a front loop dc next to that. So: blo, sc 6, *fldc in 2nd row below, sc 10* (40) If you continue in this fashion you’ll quickly see the dc’s creating diagonal lines across your work. Easy, right? And this is how far I’ve gotten on my groovy-ghan so far:

Crochet Treasures: Dew Drop Wrap Gauge: 14 DC & 7 Rows = 4" x 4" (10 cm x 10 cm) square. Wrap measures 14" wide x 60" long. Wrap is worked from center foundation in 2 sections. Stitch multiple = 5 + 2. First Section:Chain 52 (width of scarf) Row 1: sc in the 2nd chain from the hook and across, turn. Row 2: ch 3 (count as 1st dc) dc in the next stitch, ch 2, sk 2 stitches, * dc in the next 3 stitches, ch 2, sk 2 stitches * repeat across and end with 2 dc, turn. Row 3: ch 1 and sc in the same stitch, sk the next stitch, * 5 dc in ch-2 space, sk the next stitch, sc in the next stitch, sk the next stitch * repeat across and end with sc in the top of the last stitch, turn. Row 4: ch 5, sk the next stitch, * dc in the next 3 stitches, ch 2, sk the next 3 stitches* repeat across and end with ch 1 and trc in the top of the last stitch, turn. Row 5: ch 3, 2 dc in ch-space, * sk the next stitch, sc in the next stitch, sk the next stitch, 5 dc in ch-2 space * repeat across and end with 3 dc in ch-space, turn.

Comment faire différents travaux au crochet COMMENT FAIRE DIFFÉRENTS TRAVAUX AU CROCHET COMMENT FAIRE UNE BORDURE AU CROCHET SUR UN TRICOT AUX AIGUILLES Comment exécuter au crochet le bord d'une nappe ou d'un napperon sans rabattre les mailles mais en terminant au crochet le motif travaillé aux aiguilles. Le dernier tour est un picot. DES BOUCLETTES RÉGULIÈRES AU CROCHET Un point "fourni", comme une fourrure, souvent employé pour des bordures ou des garnitures telles que cols, poignets. Tampa Bay Crochet Nautical Afghan February 2014 I just finished this nautical themed afghan to match the nursery my sister is decorating for her soon-to-arrive baby boy! I designed it myself, with a little inspiration from Pinterest, and figured out how do do all the squares. I've tried to provide instructions for the design below, but I'm not sure I've used all the right terms. If something is confusing, leave a comment, and I'll try to explain better. Honestly, I'm not sure I know how to pick up and drop colors correctly, but the way I did this one was to single crochet around the yarns I wasn't using so that the yarn got carried along inside the stitch. You can see in the pictures below how this led to other colors peeking through. Here's the method I used for each square: After chaining 30, I did 30 rows of 30 sc, changing colors as indicated in the patterns below. ROPE SQUARE (all white): Ch 30. Row 1: Ch 3 (counts as first dc). 29 dc. Row 3: Ch 3 (counts as first dc), (4 bpdc, 2 dc) 4 times, 4 bpdc, 1 dc With light blue, ch 30.

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