Tatting with a Crochet Hook Tatting with a Crochet Hook Please compare the photo of a crochet designed for tatting with a regular crochet hook. The tatting crochet hool has a straight non-tapered shank similar to a tatting needle while a regular crochet hook has a tapered shank and often a wide spot for ease of handling in the center. Tatting with a Crochet Hook Instructions from 1869 Godey's Lady Book Vol. 78, page 271. This page of patterns was rescued from obscurity by Rebecca Hollenbaugh, former editor of Old Time Crochet Color Theory 101: selecting yarns that go together A lot of patterns going around at the moment feature stripes: two or three colors that go together perfectly. You could follow the colors suggested in the pattern sample… but you want to try something a little different. But how in the world do you pick a colors that go together? Color theory. That’s how!
grumpygirl: Tutorial: The amazingly flat crochet seam Alrighty then, here goes. Works best with contrast colours. And a smaller hook. Step 1. Chainless Foundation for Single Crochet Does the idea of starting a new crochet project with a foundation chain make you want to give up before you’ve even gotten started? You’ll definitely want to check out this chainless foundation method for single crochet from Maggie’s Crochet! I’ve got good news for left-handed crafters too: In both her videos and instructions, Maggie demonstrates and explains the full method in both right and left-handed versions! Ready to get hookin’? Head over to the Maggie’s Crochet video tutorial to see the full how-to.
Shadow Tracery Stitch – Free Crochet Pattern This Free Crochet pattern teaches how to crochet the Crochet Stitch called the Shadow Tracery Stitch. To find more stitch tutorials you can find them under the category CROCHET STITCHES Other patterns that use this stitch are: Shadow Scoodie Shadow Tracery Stitch– Free Crochet pattern This page contains affiliate links "KIRA" - lalylala crochet pattern N° VII - Kangaroo pattern by Lydia Tresselt Say hello to KIRA! Kira can be seen from afar by her long scarlet colored scarf - so the koalas sometimes call her the “Red Kira”. In her spacious pouch she keeps everyday things and her impressive collection of antique cushion springs - and of course her baby kangaroo feels most at home here.
Crochet Tutorial: Yo-Yo Puff Difficulty Level: Beginner, must know how to crochet tptr, tr, dc, tr2tog, sl st & chAbbreviations:ch = chain tr = treble tr dec = Treble decrease (aka tr2tog – treble next 2 stitches together) tptr = Triple treble sl st = slip stitch st = stitch yo = yarn overPatterns:Yo-Yo PuffWritten:Starting Ring: ch5, slst to first chain to form a base ring. Rnd 1 : ch8, tptr19, slst to the 8th chain. Rnd 2 : ch3, tr on the next st, *tr2tog or tr dec on the next 2 sts*, repeat * 9 times, slst to the dc loop. fo with at least 8″ long yarn tail.Diagram: Using 2.5mm hook or recommended hook size for your choice of yarn. Starting chain: chain 5, sl st to the first chain to form a ring.
Crochet Dilly Bag Pattern In response to further requests, I've endeavoured to write a pattern for the crochet dilly bag. A much more difficult project, both for me to write and for you to make. To keep it as simple as possible, the pattern is for a smaller version of the large bag previously shown.This bag measures 15" (37.5cms) in circumference x 8 " (20cms) in height, an ideal size for a young girl, and also useful on many occasions for a big girl. Large enough to hold a phone, medium purse and glasses, keys plus other small belongings.The yarn can be any sturdy acrylic, wool or cotton. 8 ply and a 3.50mm hook were used.Because of the stitch variations, a plain colour would also look nice. Abreviations : As before, I've used English/Australian terminology, with some abreviations such as ch = chain, dc = double crochet, tr = treble, sl st = slip stitch, st = stitch, sp = space.BASE : make 5 ch, join with sl st to form a ring.Round 1 : 3ch (counts as 1tr), 14tr into ring.
Owl Granny Square Crochet Pattern I posted this pattern on my friend Kara's crochet blog, Petals to Picots, back in August in honor of her Granny Month. But I thought I would share it with you again and show you how the owl squares are being used! I made them into an owl bunting for my friend Shannon's owl-themed gender reveal party! It was first displayed over the party food table...
Crochet Skirt Patterns~ I found some nice skirt patterns at the club masters website. All of these posts came from there so have a look. These come with symbol patterns and measurements. The description of the yarn under the picture is translated by google from Russian so if it's a bit crude sorry. Also I'm going to link my other post which has all the symbols for crochet and short videos how to do each stitch for your reference if you are interested in trying this.