Pink crocheted tank top

Long time no see, but I have news for you:)

Tonight I finished this beauty:

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pink crocheted top

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tank top

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back top

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diagram top

I used a diagram found on Pinterest, but I modified first rounds.

I started with 90 chains and a 5(H/8) mm hook for size M/L. For smaller/bigger size change the hook and/or change the number of beginning chains (80 for S/M, 120 for XXL and so on).

Work in circle:

Round 1: 1 dc crochet in each chain around, close ring.

Round 2:  ch 3, *cross stitch, ch 1 (to increase)* in each st, and repeat, close circle.

Round 3: ch 3 (counts as a dc), 1 dc in each st around.

Split your work in 4 equal parts.

For the front:

Chain 4, sc in 3rd st, repeat 9 times.

Row 1: ch 3 (doesn’t count as dc), 2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc around first ch 4, ch 3, 11 dc around 3rd ch 4 from previous row, ch 3, 2 dc, ch2, 2dc around 5th ch 4, ch 3, 11 dc around 7th ch4, ch 3, 2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc around 9th ch4.

Row 2: ch 3, 2 dc, ch 2, 2dc in first ch 2 from previous round, *ch 3, 1 dc, ch 1 in each next 11 dc, ch 3, 2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc in next ch 2*, repeat * * one more time.

And now you can follow the diagram.

#crochet #top #diagram #pinktop #summertop #crochettop

I’ll be back with some new dresses, shortly I hope, because I have few days off and I can craft:D. Maybe some jewelry too…

 

Lovely crocheted collar

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I used a 6.5 mm hook (K) and 150 m Red Heart Detroit yarn (says 3 on label at weight). I think organic cotton is the same. Didn’t try yet.

US terms

Abbreviations:

ch = chain,

st(s) = stitch(es)

dc = double crochet

V stitch = double crochet, ch 2, dc in same st

tr = treble

Chain 60, not too tight.

Row 1: ch 3 (counts as dc, here and in each row from here), dc in the forth ch from the hook and in each next 59 sts (60 dc).

Row 2:  ch 3, dc in next st, *2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc in third st*, repeat until you reach last 2 sts, dc in each next 2 sts.

Row 3:  ch 3, dc in next st, ch 1, *2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc in the next ch 1 space, ch 1*, repeat *_* in each ch 1 space, dc in each last 2 sts.

Row 4: ch 3, dc in next st, ch 1, *2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc in the next ch 1 space, ch 1*, repeat *_* in each ch 1 space, dc in each last 2 sts.

Row 5: repeat row 4.

Row 6: ch 3, dc in next st, ch 2, *2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc in the next ch 1 space, ch 2*, repeat *_* in each ch 1 space, dc in each last 2 sts.

Row 7: ch 3, dc in next st, ch 2, *dc in each next 2 sts, dc, ch 2, dc in next ch 2 space, dc in next 2 sts, ch 2*, repeat *_* until the end of the row (it supposed to finish in 2 dc).

Row 8: ch 3, dc in next st, ch 2, *dc in each next 3 sts, dc, ch 2, dc in next ch 2 space, dc in each next 3 sts, ch 2*; repeat *_* until the end of the row (dc in last 2 sts).

Row 9: ch 3, dc in next st, 7 dc in second ch 2 space ( in the top of that V stitch), dc, ch 1, dc in next ch 2 space (the lower one), *7 dc in next ch 2 space, dc, ch 1, dc in next ch 2 space*; repeat *_* until you reach last ch 2 space, before last 2 dc. Just skip this last chain (don’t work on it) and make dc in each next 2 dc.

I can say is a beginner intermediate-easy pattern? But it’s cute.

For embelishment flowers: I chained 50, slip stitch in the 6th ch from the hook (ring formed).

Turn your work. #Ch 4,  3 tr cluster (3 tr worked together) ch 4, sg in ring# = 1 petal made. Make 3 petals.

And that’s it;)

P.S. If you have any problem, comment or send a message.

UK terms

Abbreviations:

ch = chain,

st(s) = stitch(es)

dc = double crochet

V stitch = tr, ch 2, dc in same st

tr = treble

dtr = double treble

Chain 60, not too tight.

Row 1: ch 3 (counts as tr, here and in each row from here), tr in the forth ch from the hook and in each next 59 sts (60 tr).

Row 2:  ch 3, tr in next st, *2 tr, ch 1, 2 tr in third st*, repeat until you reach last 2 sts, tr in each next 2 sts.

Row 3:  ch 3, tr in next st, ch 1, *2 tr, ch 1, 2 tr in the next ch 1 space, ch 1*, repeat *_* in each ch 1 space, tr in each last 2 sts.

Row 4: ch 3, tr in next st, ch 1, *2 tr, ch 2, 2 tr in the next ch 1 space, ch 1*, repeat *_* in each ch 1 space, tr in each last 2 sts.

Row 5: repeat row 4.

Row 6: ch 3, tr in next st, ch 2, *2 tr, ch 2, 2 tr in the next ch 1 space, ch 2*, repeat *_* in each ch 1 space, tr in each last 2 sts.

Row 7: ch 3, tr in next st, ch 2, *tr in each next 2 sts, tr, ch 2, tr in next ch 2 space, tr in next 2 sts, ch 2*, repeat *_* until the end of the row (it supposed to finish in 2 tr).

Row 8: ch 3, tr in next st, ch 2, *tr in each next 3 sts, tr, ch 2, dtr in next ch 2 space, tr in each next 3 sts, ch 2*; repeat *_* until the end of the row (tr in last 2 sts).

Row 9: ch 3, tr in next st, 7 tri in second ch 2 space ( in the top of that V stitch), tr, ch 1, tr in next ch 2 space (the lower one), *7 tr in next ch 2 space, tr, ch 1, tr in next ch 2 space*; repeat *_* until you reach last ch 2 space, before last 2 tr. Just skip this last chain (don’t work on it) and make tr in each next 2 tr.

For embelishment flowers: I chained 50, slip stitch in the 6th ch from the hook (ring formed).

Turn your work. #Ch 4,  3 dtr cluster (3 dtr worked together) ch 4, dc in ring# = 1 petal made. Make 3 petals.

And that’s it;)

 

 

Jar cover

As I promised, small projects;) What about a jar cover or jar candle cover? It can be used as a glass cover or mug as well.

Let me show you:

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It fits to 350-450 g jars and a normal water glass or an x-long one.  height 10 cm (4 inches) for the cover and the stitch is stretch, if you don’t work too tight, so check your tension:) ( I mean check with your jar or glass):

I used a 3 mm hook and crochet thread Num 6, says on label:D

Chain 8, form a ring:

ch 8 form a ring

 

Round 1: ch3 (count as a dc), 15 dc in ring, join in 3rd ch from the beginning ch 3. (16 dc)

ch 3 15 dc in ring

Round 2: ch 4 (1 dc +ch 1), *dc in next st, ch 1*, repeat 14 more times (16 dc, ch 1 groups); join with sl st in 3rd ch from the beginning ch 3.

round 2 ch 4, dc in next st, ch 1, repeat 15 more timesround 2 join

 

Round 3: ch 4 (1d+ch 1), dc in next ch 1 space, dc, ch 1, dc in next ch1 space- it’s the V-stitch- and the ch 1 space means the hole formed between those 2 dc from Round 2. Anyway, dc, ch1, dc in each ch 1 space around. Join. (16 V-stitches).

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Round 4: ch 3 (count as dc), *3 dc , ch 3, 3 dc in next V-stitch (in the ch 1 space), dc in next V-stitch,* repeat around and join: you will have an 8 petals flower (which can be used as a potholder):

round 4 joined

 

Round 5: ch 3, 3 dc, ch3, 3 dc in next ch 3 space, *dc in next dc, 3 dc, ch 3, 3dc in next ch 3 space*, repeat *_* around.

*Rounds 6 – 16 repeat Round 4.

Finishing: Round 17: ch 1, sc in same st, sc in each next 3 sts, 2 sc together, and repeat around. If you work very tight, you don’t need to decrease.

I hope that I didn’t miss anything. If you have any problem, just let me know…

Now, I finally finished  my yoke dress. (Finally, because I started it last year…)

It is full handmade:

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rochie 3 yoke back yoke detail cup

And I will make an assorted purse for it:D And this is for myself.

 

Another crocheted rug:) revised

Same color, or almost, but different pattern, my own again. This time I started with a 8 petals flower in the middle:

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So, which one looks better?:D

It is almost same size, 80 cm diameter (33 inches).

I used 2 strands 50% cotton, 50% acrylic yarn and a 9 mm hook ( which is M, I think, I will check or you can check on google…)

Anyway, you can use any yarn and any hook you have, the result will be a different size  rug:D

My notes:

1. work on a plane surface, to be sure it stays flat. If you work too tight, add a chain or two to a group, to keep your work flat, or use a bigger size hook for the rounds with chains. I already added at revision some chains here and there and tripled check, so you can work as tight as you want to:)

US terms:

Chain 6, form a ring.

Round 1: ch 3 (counts as dc), 15 dc in ring, join with sl st in 3rd ch from the beg ch 3.

R2: ch 5 (dc+ch1), *dc in next st, ch 2*; repeat *_* 15 times, join with sl st in 3rd ch from the beg ch 4 (16 dc).

R3: ch 3, 3 dctog in next ch 2 space, ch 5, *3dctog in next ch 2 space (from the previous round), ch 5*, repeat 15 times, join with sl st in 3rd ch from the beg ch 3 (16 clusters or dc groups).

R4: go with sl st in second ch from the previous round ch 5 space, ch 1, *3dc, ch3, 3dc in next ch 3 space, sc in next ch 3 space*; repeat *_* around: 8 petals made. join with sl st in the beg ch 1.

R5: ch 9 (counts as dc + ch 6), sc in next ch 3 space, ch 6, *dc in next sc, ch 6, sc in next ch 3 space, ch 6*, repeat around, join with sl st in 3rd ch from the beginning ch 9.

R6: ch 3, 4 dc in next ch 6 space, ch 2, *5 dc in next ch 6 space, ch 2*; repeat *_* around, join with sl st in 3rd ch from the beg ch 3.

R7: ch 8 (counts as sc + ch 7), *sc in next ch 2 space, ch 7*, repeat *_* around, join with sl st in first ch from the beg ch 8.

R8: ch 3, 5 dc in next ch 7 space, ch 2, *6 dc in next ch 7 space, ch 2*; repeat *_* around, join with sl st in 3rd ch from beg ch 3.

R9: ch 9 (sc+ch 8), *sc in next ch 2 space, ch 8*, repeat *_* around, join with sl st in first ch from beg ch 9.

R10: ch 3, 7  dc in next ch 8 space, ch 2, *8 dc in next ch 8 space, ch 2*; repeat around, join with sl st in 3rd ch from beg ch 3.

R11: ch 10, sc in next ch 2 space,* ch 10, sc in next ch 2 space*, repeat around, join with sl st in first ch from beg ch 10.

R12: sc, hdc, 2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc, hdc, sc in next ch space, repeat around in each ch 8 space. join with sl st in first sc.

R13-14: Repeat Rounds 5 and 6

R15: ch 3, dc in each st around, join with sl st in 3rd ch from beg ch 3.

R16:ch 3, sc in 3rd st, repeat around (it might remain a st or 2 in the end (forgot to count, it’s 2 am here…); for 1 st just join in first ch from beg ch 3, for 2 ch 3 and join.)

R 17: go with sc in second ch from previous round ch 3, *ch 3, sc in next ch 3 space, 7 dc in next ch 3 space, sc in next ch 3 space, ch 3, sc in next ch 3 space*; repeat *_* around ( you have 2x ch 3 between 2 fans); again in the end it might remain just 1 ch 3 group, you will join in sc then.

R 18 ch 1, sc in ch 3 space, *dc , ch 1 in next 7 dc, sc in next ch 3 space, ch 3, sc in next ch 3 space*; repeat *_* around, join with sl st in first ch.

R19: ch 1, *3 dctog, ch 2 in each next 7 dcs, sc in next ch 3 space*; repeat around, join with sl st in first ch.

And, voila, enjoy your rug.

You can sell your work, of course, but provide a link to the pattern, and please, don’t sell the pattern, if you want more…

For UK tomorrow, almost 3 am here…

Ok, let’s try some UK terms:

ch 6, form a ring,

Round 1: ch 3 (counts as tr), 15 tr in ring, join with sl st in 3rd ch from the beg ch 3.

R2: ch 5 (tr+ch 2), *tr in next st, ch 2*; repeat *_* 15 times, join with sl st in 3rd ch from the beg ch 5 (16 tr).

R3: ch 3, 2 trtog in same st, ch 5, *3trtog in next ch 2 space (from the previous round), ch 5*, repeat 15 times, join with sl st in 3rd ch from the beg ch 3 (16 clusters or tr groups).

R4: go with sl st in second ch from the previous round ch 5 space, ch 1, *3tr, ch3, 3tr in next ch 3 space, dc in next ch 5 space*; repeat *_* around: 8 petals made. Join with sl st in the beg ch 1.

R5: ch 9 (counts as tr + ch 6), dc in next ch 3 space, ch 6, *tr in next dc, ch 5, dc in next ch 3 space, ch 6*, repeat around, join with sl st in 3rd ch from the beginning ch 9.

R6: ch 3, 4 tr in next ch 6 space, ch 2, *5 tr in next ch 6 space, ch 2*; repeat *_* around, join with sl st in 3rd ch from the beg ch 3.

R7: ch 8 (counts as dc + ch 7), *dc in next ch 2 space, ch 7*, repeat *_* around, join with sl st in first ch from the beg ch 8.

R8: ch 3, 5 tr in next ch 7 space, ch 2, *6 tr in next ch 7 space, ch 2*; repeat *_* around, join with sl st in 3rd ch from beg ch 3.

R9: ch 9 (dc+ch 8), *dc in next ch 2 space, ch 8*, repeat *_* around, join with sl st in first ch from beg ch 9.

R10: ch 3, 6 tr in next ch 8 space, ch 2, *8 tr in next ch 8 space, ch 2*; repeat around, join with sl st in 3rd ch from beg ch 3.

R11: ch 10, dc in next ch 2 space,* ch 10, dc in next ch 2 space*, repeat around, join with sl st in first ch from beg ch 10.

R12: dc, htr, 2 tr, ch 3, 2 tr, htr, dc in next ch space, repeat around in each ch 8 space. join with sl st in first dc.

R13-14: Repeat Rounds 5 and 6

R15: ch 3, tr in each st around, join with sl st in 3rd ch from beg ch 3.

R16:ch 3, dc in 3rd st, repeat around (it might remain a st or 2 in the end (forgot to count, it’s 2 am here…); for 1 st just join in first ch from beg ch 3, for 2 ch 3 and join.)

R 17: go with dc in second ch from previous round ch 3, *ch 3, dc in next ch 3 space, 7 tr in next ch 3 space, dc in next ch 3 space, ch 3, dc in next ch 3 space*; repeat *_* around ( you have 2x ch 3 between 2 fans); again in the end it might remain just 1 ch 3 group, you will join in dc then.

R 18 ch 1, dc in ch 3 space, *tr , ch 1 in next 7 tr, dc in next ch 3 space, ch 3, dc in next ch 3 space*; repeat *_* around, join with sl st in first ch.

R19: ch 1, *3 trtog, ch 2 in each next 7 trs, dc in next ch 3 space*; repeat around, join with sl st in first ch.

 

And tomorrow I will block the shrug and cut those naughty tails…

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Now, I will use some hash tags, just to avoid spam in my inbox:D

#crochet, #crocheted rug, #pattern, #free pattern

 

Some inspiration for holidays

I made some research on internet and I found some interesting things to make these days.

Let’s start with some jewelry for ourselves:

A crochet necklace, only the diagram, I couldn’t find a decent photo for the result, I will check it tomorrow or Monday:

crochet necklace

I will make it in red and white, or maybe black? or blue?? Hmm, I don’t know yet.

Another cute crochet necklace is this one, and I bet I saw one black, but I didn’t find it…

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Those little circle are beads. Or pearls.

Some bracelets and earrings?:D

Found this on pinterest here http://www.pinterest.com/pin/31384528626209098/

and sent me here :http://diyprojectnetwork.com/2013/03/12/crochet-inspiration-bracelet-will-try-this/

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Just circles, crochet or macrame.

Or a cuff which can be embellished with beads or flowers:

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Hoop earrings? I made something like this, not exactly the same, but close enough

hoop earrings

Or a full set:

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If you know the real source of these images, please let me know to ask for permission or at least to give credits…

And a beaded set:

beaded set

Fingerless mittens pattern

Sorry for the delay! About the fingerless mittens pattern:

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I used Angora Alize 2 strands first time, now I will use Red Heart Margareta or Mohair 2 strands, 50 g / 300 yds per skein (you need a medium weight yarn), and a 5 mm (H/8) crochet hook.

Level: Beginners intermediate. 2-4 hours project, so I hope it isn’t too late for last minute gifts:D

For UK terms check under last pictures!

For US terms:

Abbreviations:

ch = chain

st(s) = stitch(es)

sl st = slip stitch

sc = single crochet

dc = double crochet

shell = 3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc in the same st

Chain 30, join to form a ring (try not to twist chain)

R1: ch 3, dc in the 4th ch from hook and in each ch around. Join in the 3rd ch from the beginning ch 3.

Work in rounds, but joining.

R2-R7: 1 dc in each stitch around.

R8: ch 3, 2 dc in the same st, sc in the second st, * 3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc in the 3rd st (shell made it), sc in the 3rd st*; repeat *_* all around, in the last st work 3 dc, ch 1 and join in the 3rd ch from the beginning ch 3. (5 shells)

R9: ch 1, 3 dc, ch 1, *3 dc in the sc from the previous round, sc in the next ch from the previous round (in the top of the shell)*; repeat *_* all around and join with sl st in the beginning ch 1.

R10: ch 3, 2 dc in the same st, sc in the top of the next shell, *3dc, ch 1, 3 dc in the next sc, sc in the top of the next shell)*; repeat *_* all around, in the last st work 3 dc, ch 1, join with sl st in the 3rd ch from the beginning ch 3.

R11: repeat R9

R12:ch 9, sc in the top of the next shell, *3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc in the next sc, sc in the top of the next shell*; repeat *_* all around, join with sl st in the 3rd ch from the beginning ch 3.

R13: ch 1, sc in the 3rd ch, *3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc in the next sc, sc in the top of the next shell*; repeat *_* all around, join with sl st in the first sc (the one made on chain).

R14, 15, 16, 17 repeat R10+R9 (in this order).

Fasten off and cut tail.

For the thumb: join yarn with sl st in the first ch from the ch 9 and work 1 sc in each ch, and 3 sc in shell; join with sl st. next round: ch 3, 1 dc in each st, join with sl st in the 3rd ch from the beginning ch 3. Fasten off and cut your tail (if it is too large, skip few chains, work like 1 sc, skip 1 ch, 1 sc…).

My mitten:) I stopped at round 15, I didn’t have a full skein of yarn:

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For convertible mittens:

Stop at round 15:

Round 16: ch 3, 1 dc in each next 14 sts; ch 15, join in the 3rd ch from the beginning ch 3.

R 17:  ch 3, 1 dc in each st, join with sl st in the 3rd ch from the beginning ch 3.

R 18: ch 3,  skip 1 st, 1 dc in the second st and in each next 12 sts (13 dc), 2 dc tog ( decrease), 1 dc in each next 12 sts.

R19: ch 3, 2 dc tog in the next 2 sts, 1 dc in each next 2 sts, *2 dc tog, 1 dc in each next 2 sts*, repeat all around, join with sl st in the 3rd ch from the beginning ch 3.

R20, 21 repeat R 19

Fasten off and sew with your tail in the top.

Edging for the inside part (the one with ch 15): ch 1,* skip 1 st, 2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc in the next st, skip 1 st, sc in the next st*; repeat, finish with sl st in the front side, fasten off and cut your tail.

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For longer fingers or hands, make full pattern for fingerless mittens… (17 rounds)

For UK terms:

Abbreviations:

ch = chain

st(s) = stitch(es)

sl st = slip stitch

dc = double crochet

tr = treble

shell = 3 tr, ch 1, 3 tr in the same st

Chain 30, join to form a ring (try not to twist chain)

R1: ch 3, tr in the 4th ch from hook and in each ch around. Join in the 3rd ch from the beginning ch 3.

Work in rounds, but joining.

R2-R7: 1 tr in each stitch around.

R8: ch 3, 2 tr in the same st, dc in the second st, * 3 tr, ch 1, 3 tr in the 3rd st (shell made it), dc in the 3rd st*; repeat *_* all around, in the last st work 3 tr, ch 1 and join in the 3rd ch from the beginning ch 3. (5 shells)

R9: ch 1, 3 tr, ch 1, *3 tr in the dc from the previous round, dc in the next ch from the previous round (in the top of the shell)*; repeat *_* all around and join with sl st in the beginning ch 1.

R10: ch 3, 2 tr in the same st, dc in the top of the next shell, *3tr, ch 1, 3 tr in the next dc, dc in the top of the next shell)*; repeat *_* all around, in the last st work 3 tr, ch 1, join with sl st in the 3rd ch from the beginning ch 3.

R11: repeat R9

R12: ch 9, dc in the top of the next shell, *3 tr, ch 1, 3 tr in the next dc, dc in the top of the next shell*; repeat *_* all around, join with sl st in the 3rd ch from the beginning ch 3.

R13: ch 1, dc in the 3rd ch, *3 tr, ch 1, 3 tr in the next dc, dc in the top of the next shell*; repeat *_* all around, join with sl st in the first dc (the one made on chain).

R14, 15, 16, 17 repeat R10+R9 (in this order).

Fasten off and cut tail.

For the thumb: join yarn with sl st in the first ch from the ch 9 and work 1 dc in each ch, and 3 dc in shell; join with sl st. next round: ch 3, 1 tr in each st, join with sl st in the 3rd ch from the beginning ch 3. Fasten off and cut your tail (if it is too large, skip few chains, work like 1 sc, skip 1 ch, 1 sc…).

For convertible mittens:

Stop at round 15:

Round 16: ch 3, 1 tr in each next 14 sts; ch 15, join in the 3rd ch from the beginning ch 3.

R 17:  ch 3, 1 tr in each st, join with sl st in the 3rd ch from the beginning ch 3. (30 tr)

R 18: ch 3,  skip 1 st, 1 tr in the second st and in each next 12 sts (13 tr), 2 tr tog ( decrease), 1 tr in each next 12 sts.

R19: ch 3, 2 tr tog in the next 2 sts, 1 tr in each next 2 sts, *2 tr tog, 1 tr in each next 2 sts*, repeat all around, join with sl st in the 3rd ch from the beginning ch 3.

R20, 21 repeat R 19

Fasten off and sew with your tail in the top.

Edging for the inside part (the one with ch 15): ch 1,* skip 1 st, 2 tr, ch 3, 2 tr in the next st, skip 1 st, sc in the next st*; repeat, finish with sl st in the front side, fasten off and cut your tail.

You can comment or post pictures with your items or links in the comment area.

Have a nice evening!

Red collar with flowers

My last work:

lace crochet red collar with flowers

lace crochet red collar with flowers

made on pearl cotton with a steel crochet hook, 1 mm ( at least it was 1 mm before I modified it for crotat…). Anyway I like how it looks blocked. I usually don’t b;ock, but this one looks better blocked.

a detail for the flower:

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It is a bruges crochet braid, you can choose one from here:

bruges braids

and some flowers, clusters again…

ch = chain; sl st = slip stitch; sc = single crochet; dc = double crochet; cluster or 4 dc tog= 4 dc worked together (like decreasing, but 4 in the same time).

ch 6, form a ring

R1: ch 4 (dc+ch 1), *dc, ch 1*; repeat *_* 11 times, join with sl st in 3rd ch from the beginning ch 4. (12 dc)

R2: ch 3 (doesn’t count), *4 dc tog (cluster of 4)  in the next ch 1 from the previous round, ch 5*, repeat *_* 12 times. (12 clusters).Join with sl st in the 3rd ch from the beginning ch 3.

R3: ch 1,  sc in each  ch from the previous round, joun, fasten off and cut your tailes.

I needed 10 flowers for a M size collar. You will join 2 petals of each flower in braid, so you have to count how many you need for your desired length. I joined with chain, maybe you will find another method (e.g. with needle, like in Romanian lace).

 

Have fun and good night! It’s 2 am here:D