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Tapestry Crochet

Tapestry Crochet
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cord "caterpillar." Talk to LiveInternet - Russian Service Online Diaries Цитата сообщения Дарья_Ходыревашнур "гусеница" Шнур "гусеница" используется в различных видах кружева, связанных крючком. Из него можно выкладывать разные узоры, использовать для придания формы изделию и т.д. В вязании игрушек его можно использовать для всяких тонких ручек, ножек, рожек и тому подобного. Для того, чтобы шнур был плотным, лучше брать крючок на половину размера меньше, чем заявлено для пряжи, которую собираетесь использовать. Пряжу тоже надо подбирать осторожно,так как шнур по толщине получается таким, как бы вы провязали два ряда СБН. 1.Вяжем две воздушные петли. 2.Во вторую от крючка петлю (она помечена на фото) свяжите СБН. 3.Подденьте эти две полупетли крючком: Ваш крючок будет находится в следующем положении: 4. 5. 6. 7.Переверните вязание, "подняв" его, чтобы крючок вместе с петлями был наверху вязания ( так же, как и в первый раз): 8. 9. Правда, она связана достаточно свободно.

Hat Measurements for Crochet and Knit Driving yourself crazy trying to crochet the correct size hat? Here is your answer – a complete list of head and hat measurements as you crochet and knit hats so you can get the perfect size. Basically, you take the head measurement and subtract it by one to one and a half inches to get the measurement for the finished hat, since the hat will stretch. Of course, that really depends on the stretch of your yarn, hook or needle size, and your gauge! I know, sorry it can’t be simpler. Now, if you have a math brain, Inner Child Crochet says you can take the head measurement, subtract 15%, and then divide by pi (3.14). For the hat circumference, measure from the forehead all the way around. Newborns Head Circumference: 13 to 14 inches (33 to 36 cm) Hat Circumference: 11.5 to 13 inches (29 to 33 cm) Hat height (winter hat): 5.5 to 6 inches (13 to 15 cm) Baby – 3 to 6 months Baby – 6 to 12 months Toddler – 12 months to 3 years Child – 3 to 10 years Head Circumference: 19 to 20.5 inches (48 to 51 cm)

Moss stitch tutorial Bij de blog van le monde du Sucrette zag ik toch zo'n leuke steek! De moss stitch. Ik was meteen verliefd en volgens haar blogje was hij niet zo moeilijk. Het priniepe is best makkelijk een lossen en een vaste, maar een duidelijke tutorial met uitleg van begin tot eind kon ik niet vinden, dus ben ik het zelf gaan uitproberen. Het is me gelukt, dus volgt hier de tutorial. I found a very nice stitch on the blog of le monde du Sucrette! Benodigdheden: - garen (ik gebruik restjes katoen voor haaknaald 2,5-3,5) - haaknaald, groter dan nodig bij het garen (ik gebruik haaknaald 5 maar haak van mezelf erg strak) - schaar - stopnaald Supplies:- yarn (I use leftover cotton for crochet hook 2,5-3,5)- a crochet hook, bigger then for the yarn (I use crochethook 5 mm, but I crochet very tight)- scissors- needle Voor het afhechten van de draadjes zorg je dat je een lange draad aan het begin en het einde van de toer laat hangen. Haak 1 losse, sla een losse over, haak een vaste. Liefs, Mriek

Block Crochet Pattern Tutorial It’s starting to get chilly even here in Oklahoma so I’ve taken back to crochet. Hip, hip hooray! Crochet is one of my more favorite crafts because I love the way I can take it anywhere and when I’m a little bit cold it keeps me busy and warms my lap. I found myself unable to actually take on much of a project though here lately. So I’ve found myself just working through different stitches and patterns to keep my hands busy but not commit me to anything too lengthy. Let’s get into this already. Chain to the length you desire in an increment of 3, then add 2 more. Single crochet in the second chain from the hook. Then chain twice. Chain twice. Keep repeating this until you reach the end of your chain. When you get to the end chain 3 and turn. Double crochet in the first two chains . We’re going to double crochet again, but rather than going in the next available chain like we normally would, we’re going to go UNDER the single crochet in the previous row. See where I link up.

Crochet PINEAPPLE Stitch The pineapple stitch is one of my favorite crochet stitches ever. After I discovered this stitch in one of the volumes of a needlecraft encyclopedia in my college library, I've been hooked. The look of inverted hearts piled over each other and the thick textured crochet fabric it produces is more than enough to entice me. However, it's a mystery to me why I haven't found any modern pattern using this stitch. When I Googled it, the pages that came out only shows how to do the stitch and NOT how to use it. It probably has to do with the way the pineapple stitch is crocheted to make a rectangle. This results into a lot of loose ends, which can be utilized as fringes. Moreover, the resulting crochet fabric is slightly biased. Well I don't want this beautiful stitch to rot in vintage crochet books.

Pom Pom Edge I was looking for a cute border to put on a granny square blanket I just finished I needed to modify it for my blanket and wanted to remember how I did it so I thought I would post how I did it here I just love this cute pom pom stitch To start join with a single crochet then chain 6 3 double crochet in 3rd chain from hook holding back last stitch of each double crochet on your hook You will have 4 stitches Yarn over and pull thru all loops (cluster stitch made) Chain 3 Make a second cluster stitch in the loop that closed your first cluster stitch Join with a slip stitch where your first cluster begins To do this go thru the stitch leaving 1 part of the stitch in the back and 2 parts in the front Single crochet in your next space There you have it.... Cute little pompoms along the edge of your blanket They do take a little while to make but are well worth the cute factor that they give to my blanket!! Robin

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Borders [Facts + Tutorials] Borders are one big key when it comes to giving your crochet works a personal touch. I wanted to compile a few facts and tutorials if you feel like experimenting / practicing your skills. I am more a fan of the Afghan Borders than the Lace Edging if you ask me. Of course Lace Edgings are beyond gorgeous but I don't have the sight or the patience for lace work, so I stick with what I can do which is big hooks, thick yarn, colorwork and basic shapes. This is an example of a beautiful crochet edging done with lace: Here's one amazing afghan edging work with yarn, by Ellen Bloom (click here to see her blog): I feel like starting a new afghan already. I found a great note on facts about crochet borders at the Crochet Cabana site. I am only compiling for you the best video tutorials I found online. These two go a little fast, don't let that intimidate you. I hope that was helpful!

Узоры из пышных столбиков. Обсуждение на LiveInternet - Российский Сервис Онлайн-Дневников Пышный столбик: (ему соответствует 3 или 4 петли подъема) — делают накид, крючок вводят в цепочку предыдущего ряда и вытягивают петлю длиной 1-1,5 см ( так повторяют 3-5 раз в ту же петлю предыдущего ряда). Чем больше накидов, тем пышнее столбик. Сделав последний накид, протягивают нить через все петли и накиды на крючке. Для закрепления пышного столбика накидывают на крючок и провязывают петлю на крючке. Пышный недовязанный столбик: Используют в цветочных узорах для вывязывания сердцевины цветка. Условные обозначение Пышный столбик — *на крючке делаем накид, крючок вводим в петлю основания, захватываем крючком рабочую нить и вытягиваем через петлю основания, еще раз захватываем крючком рабочую нить и две петли с крючка провязываем*- это действие повторяем 2-5 раз ( зависит от того какой пышности нужен столбик, на примере 3 раза), крючком захватываем рабочую нить и все петли с крючка провязываем, закрываем столбик воздушной петлей.

Spike Cluster Stitch (SPC) The Spike Cluster Stitch, or SPC, is featured in the Blue Agave Phone Pouch pattern. It’s a purely decorative stitch, fun to make but hard to describe in text. So what to do? Make a video! I hope this makes things clearer! It’s one of those stitches that you kind of have to dive into – intimidating at first, but once you’ve made a half dozen you’ll see just how simple they are. The key is to keep pulling each loop up to the height of the current row.

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