Cook size 3mm. Cotton yarn. Ch 8 and form a ring with 1 sl st into first ch.
ROUND 1: 16 dc into the ring.
ROUND 2: ch 4 (= 1 dc + ch 1), *1dc, ch 1 *, repeat from *-* all the way round and finish with 1 sl st in 3rd ch from beg of round = 16 dc with 1 ch between each.
ROUND 3: ch 3, Into next 1ch space work 2dc, dc into dc of the previous round, ch3, dc into dc of the previous round, into next 1ch space work 2dc, dc into dc of the previous round, repeat till you have 8 clusters with 4dc. Sl st into 3rd chain from beg of round. Fasten off.
ROUND 4: attach a new color into any 3ch space. Chain 3+3dc+3ch+4dc into first 3ch space. In remaining seven 3ch spaces work 4dc+3ch+4dc. Sl st in 3rd ch from beg of round.
ROUND 5: sl st until you reach 3 ch space. Chain 3+3dc+3ch+4dc into first 3ch space. Into space between two petals work 4dc. In next 3ch spaces work 4dc+3ch+4dc. Repeat. Fasten off.
Hooked in natural cotton this charming crocheted blanket calls for homely comfort and bring warmth to any room!
Envelope yourself in an oh-so cozy blanket!
It is available in my Etsy shop!
New pattern soon to be released…..
Add crochet edging around just about any paper image and create a frame. Add it to a Christmas card and make your holiday mail more personal. Punch a hole at the top and tie some yarn. Use it as a gift tag or book marker.
When I started designing this blanket I didn’t have a clear idea of what I was going to do. This design simply unfolded as I worked.
I just wanted something different and elegant. What do you think?
I love Christmas trees, Christmas lights and Christmas ornaments more than any other part of any other holiday.
My ornament collection keeps growing! I am so excited to add these sweet crocheted medallions to my Christmas ball and vintage snowflake granny.
Elegant in spirit, these pretty little medallions look wonderful on my tree and also on spare winter branch.
Pretty ornaments made with your own two hands seem to me to embody the very spirit of Christmas!
It will only take 10 minutes of your day. What do you say?
1st Round: start with a magic ring and work (1dc, ch1) 12 times inside the ring; (12dc and ch1-spaces)
2nd Round: in every ch1-space work dc3tog [Yarn over, insert hook in same stitch, yarn over and pull up loop, yarn over, draw through 2 loops] 3 times, ch3, fasten off (12 dc3tog and 12 ch3-spaces)
3rd Round (new color): in every ch3-space work 4dc, fasten off (48dc)
I made a hook by crocheting 12 chains.
Bubbles, puffs, flowers, all the things that stand out and charm the viewer with a simple glimpse