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La giacca ed borsa! Pagine giovedì 8 settembre 2011 La giacca ed borsa! La giacca ed borsa! Schema. Pubblicato da Evhenia a 15:39 Invia tramite emailPostalo sul blogCondividi su TwitterCondividi su FacebookCondividi su Pinterest Etichette: borse, giacca Nessun commento: Posta un commento Post più recentePost più vecchioHome page Iscriviti a: Commenti sul post (Atom) Crocheting Ideas | Project on Craftsy: Brenda's Basketweave Bag. Immortal Geisha Forums • View topic - Crochet obijime and kanzashi obidome! Google Translate. La borsa! Pagine sabato 3 settembre 2011 La borsa! La borsa!

Schema. Pubblicato da Evhenia a 01:13 Invia tramite emailPostalo sul blogCondividi su TwitterCondividi su FacebookCondividi su Pinterest Etichette: borse Nessun commento: Posta un commento Post più recentePost più vecchioHome page Iscriviti a: Commenti sul post (Atom) TUTORIAL: Come creare da se' i manici per una borsa. Chi, come me, ama creare borse all'uncinetto, sa quanto sia difficile e dispendioso, specialmente nei piccoli centri urbani, reperire gli accessori e la minuteria adatta ad ognuna di esse. Quindi ci si barcamena un po' tra gli acquisti online, il riciclo creatività.

Dopo vari tentativi, ne ho sperimentato uno che ho provato sulle mie borse e che ha sortito anche un certo successo tra le destinatarie delle stesse borse. Quindi, anche dopo varie domande su come si realizzano i miei manici, ho pensato di farne un tutorial e di condividerlo con voi...spero vi sia gradito e d'aiuto!!! Innanzitutto per l'esecuzione dei manici consiglio di utilizzare un uncinetto di una misura inferiore a quella richiesta ; quindi eseguire una catenella lunga una volta e mezza la lunghezza del manico desiderato. Per praticità di esecuzione io ho eseguito una catenella di 30 maglie..... Arrivate alla fine,girate il lavoro e, senza tagliare il filo, fate di una nuova catenella della stessa lunghezza...

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This Crafting Life: Double Thick Moss Stitch Potholder {Crochet Pattern} Double Thick Moss Stitch Potholder Materials: Size H hook Cotton yarn- THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT. Cotton is able to withstand very high heat and will not melt. It will catch fire if exposed to flame, but it will not melt. Acrylic yarn will melt when coming into contact with very hot items from the oven and is not to be trusted as an actual useable potholder material. . Pattern Notes: Moss Stitch pattern tutorial (ignore their first row and use mine instead.) If you have any problems with this pattern, please visit my Thick and Easy Potholder.

This pattern is mostly a free form spiraling round pattern. Pattern: ch30 Row 1: 1 sc in back loop of chain, sc across to end, ending with 2sc in last loop, turn Row 2: 1 sc in what is now the back loop of chain across to end, ending with 2sc in last loop. Use tail to join seam together and voila! Another note! Crocheted hot pad. I picked up this free pattern in a favorite craft store. The pattern was called “Grandma Leona’s Hot Pad” and the sample was fabulous. It was nice and thick. It looked simple. However, the directions were really poor. It was as if Grandma Leona dictated them from memory, over the phone, when she was half asleep! Here are better directions, I hope! Materials: 2 balls, worsted weight, cotton yarn. Gauge: 4 sc = 1"; 6 rows = 1" (When I use a G hook with 26 chain foundation, the hot pad usually measures about 6 3/4 inches.

Foundation: Chain 26. Row 1: Sc in the second chain from the hook, then sc in each chain across. (25 sc) Chain 1 and turn. Row 2: Pick up the back loop of the first sc and the bottom loop of the foundation chain opposite, at the same time. Continue to work in both the back loops of the previous row and in the bottom loops on the opposite side. The last stitch is critical. Again, chain 1 and turn. The picture above shows the last stitch on the hook. Fast and Easy Cowl pattern by Margaret Zellner. Un ange passe... pattern by Kokolat de la Kokolatière. Christine's moebius scarf/Christines moebius schal pattern by Ann Linderhjelm.

Infinity Hooded Scarf. When working in the chian a BLO will be considered going through just the center loop. The one that lies between or behind the "v" looking part of the chain. {I really hope that this is making sense..} This helps to make the hdc's that are worked into the chain move forward and back. I have done this throughout the scarf so that as it turns and flips when worn there is no obvious front or back. I hope this next picture is clear. The first loop on the hook is the one from the previous stitch, the second loop is the YO from the hdc you are about to work, the next two are the top and bottom of the "v" of the chain stitch. PLEASE message me here if this doesn't make sense and I will do my best to clarify. DirectionsScarfWith K hook. HoodCh 60.Row 1: In second ch from hook work hdc in FLO, *hdc in BLO next stitch, hdc in FLO in next st* repeat from * to * across. This pattern is intended for personal use only. String With Style. Women's Balance Light Bra | Ibex Outdoor Clothing Seamless Wool Bra. Crochet bikini in cream Crochet swimsuit Lace crochet by MarryG. Crochet Bikini. This no-nonsense crochet bikini pattern should get you to the beach or pool in no time. This is an intermediate level pattern so crochet at your own risk. Since all bodies are different, I recommend you use the pattern as a guide while checking the size and shape against a favorite pair of underwear/bra or other bikini that fits or your own body. The initial panty shape should be about an inch smaller than your ideal finished dimension all the way around. I found that for some parts I was a "small" for some a "large. " Don't be afraid to rip out what doesn't fit just right, the guage is so large that it will be quick to re-do! First Cup: Beg at lower edge, with MC, ch 21 (23-25). Rows 2-6 (next 4 rows): Sc in each sc across.

Row 7: Sk first sc, sc in next sc and in each sc to within last 2 sc, sk next sc, sc in last sc-2 sc dec. Next Row: Sc in each sc to upper edge, make ch 12" long for strap . Next Row: Sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch, sc down other side of cup to lower edge. Il borsellina "Fragolina"per piccola lady! Il borsellina "Fragolina" per piccola lady! Schema. Bobble Blanket. Just finished this blanket and couldn't wait to post it.

I love the texture of this blanket. I keep running my hands over it because its such a fun texture. I really want to make a rug like this. I'm becoming more and more obsessed with crochet and I'm currently working on another crochet blanket and a bunch of Christmas presents. I hope my family/friends like crocheted things. Also thinking of starting up a crochet club where you would come over and I would teach you how to crochet. And we would have tea and crumpets and talk about life and let our kiddos run wild. Hooded Scarf – 3 Sizes. Seamless Hooded Scarf Pattern. I wanted to make a hooded scarf that did not require any seaming and was actually shaped like a head. This was the result. Supplies Needed:350 yds worsted weight yarn (I used Lorna's Laces Shepherd Worsted Multi)H hooktapestry needle (for weaving in ends) Abbreviations:fsc: foundation single crochethdc: half double crochetdc: double crochettr: treble crochetch: chainst/sts: stitch/stitches To make fsc: ch 2.

Insert hook into first chain, yo, draw up a loop. You should have two loops on your hook. Yo, draw through one loop. Fsc 31 1. ch 3 (counts as first dc here and throughout), dc in next 29 sts, 2 dc in last st, 3 dc in end of fsc row, 2 dc in bottom of last fsc, dc back along bottoms of 30 fsc. (67 sts) 2. ch 3, turn. dc in next 29 sts, 2 dc in next 7 sts, dc in next 30 sts (74 sts) 3. ch 3, turn. dc in next 29 sts, [dc in next st, 2 dc in next st] 7 times, dc in next 30 sts (81 sts) 6-11. ch 3, turn, dc in each st. (92 sts) do not tie off. Basketweave Mitts: Master Edgeless Cables - Inside Interweave Crochet - Blogs. Post stitches worked in a basket weave pattern make for a stunning accessory, and Laurinda Reddig added a neat "twist" to the design with her Basketweave Mitts from Interweave Crochet Accessories 2014. The cables are worked in an edgeless design, with the selvedge stitches worked under the top three horizontal strands of the stitch below, in order to create a more seamless look.

This stitch pattern creates a basket weave look on the RS (even numbered rows) and a ridged look on the WS. On RS rows, you will skip three stitches, work front post stitches in groups of three, and working in front of the stitches just made, you will work post stitches around the skipped stitches. On WS rows, you'll be working back post stitches and working behind stitches. It can be a bit tricky to find the post stitches buried under other stitches, but giving your work a bit of a stretch will force any stitches out of hiding.

Here are some step-by-step photos to help walk you through the stitch pattern. Basketweave Mitts: Master Edgeless Cables - Inside Interweave Crochet - Blogs. Free Crochet Pattern: Waffle Cone Slouchy Hat. November 24, 2011 Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!! This pattern was supposed to be your Christmas gift but I thought maybe some of you would prefer to have the pattern early so that you can use it to make some hats as Christmas gifts! I just wanna say I’m super thankful for all of you who have been loyal readers of my blog, all of you who have bought my crochet patterns, my sponsors, and of course all of the friends I’ve made through this blog! You rock and I hope you enjoy this free pattern! :) ♥ This is a very basic, mesh hat pattern!

It’s a bit different than my other slouchy hats. Finished Size: Around edge = 22 inches. Difficulty level: Advanced beginner/Intermediate ● Size N (9mm) crochet hook (or size needed to obtain gauge) ● Yarn Needle for finishing ● Bulky Yarn such as Lion Brand Hometown USA or Wool-ease Thick & Quick. Yarn used in examples:Lion Brand Hometown USA in Portland Wine and Monterey Lime This pattern is worked in joined rounds. Gauge: To check gauge, work rnds 1-2. Chunky Beanie Pattern. Well, I made a trip to the Post office this morning to mail out the hats from the giveaway. Sure enough, the USPS is closed today due to the holiday. I do this every single time they are closed. It seems like I always have orders to mail out on holidays. Anyway this worked out well, because I had the chance to take more photos.

Materials One skein Chunky or Bulky 5 weight yarn (I used Patons Shetland Chunky in Oxford Grey) For the magenta round I used a small amount left over from my Isar scarf Size I (5.5mm) crochet hook Yarn needle One size fits most Pattern Ch 3 Rnd 1: 7 hdc in 3rd ch from hook (which is the 1st ch made) Join with sl st to the top of first st. (8 hdc) Rnd 2: Ch 2 (counts as first st here and throughout). Rnd 3: Ch 2. Rnd 4: Ch 2, hdc in same st, hdc in next 2 sts. (2 hdc in next st, hdc in next 2 sts) around. Rnd 5: Ch 2, hdc in same st, hdc in next 3 sts. (2 hdc in next st, hdc in next 3 sts) around. Rnd 8 - 15. Rnd 16: Ch 2, hdc in the back loop only in each st around. Cross-Over Long DC Hat. Cross-Over Long DC Hat This is my crochet hat pattern with the long dc. The size given in this pattern is for a teen or small adult size. But the good thing about crocheted hats though is that you can easily adjust the size for a custom fit. For this pattern you could try a thicker yarn and larger hook, or just do more repeats of the increase rows.

Special instructions are given for that in a pattern note. This hat is crocheted with a brim, but you could just as easy go without it and wear it as a beanie. Other patterns using this stitch pattern are a twisted cowl, fingerless gloves, cellphone cozie and a coin purse. This Pattern was Tested By: Ashley Marie Cece Crochets Thank you both very much for sticking with me on this one, and for helping me correct it twice. :) I had a great time working with you and hope to work with you on many more patterns. Skill Level: Easy/Intermediate. Gauge: 2″ across the circle of first 5 rnds. Abbreviations: Working the Cross-Over Long Double Crochet: Note: DIY LED Carpet-Light « Knitting & Crochet. Slipper Boots! So toasty warm!