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  1. Hi everyone, I am trying to truly create a pattern for the first time. I have altered/ modified patterns before to suit my tastes and that's been a useful learning tool, but now I am wanting to create from the ground up. Here's what I have: - I know I want it to be a triangular shawl - I know what I want the pattern to look like, I have drawn it out. - I know which way I want it to work, which is from the bottom tip upwards ( not from the center neck outward, and not in vertical rows, and not one long chain and decreasing my way down) - it's going to be a series of staggered flowers, and in the in between rows, little staggered ch1 spaces The issue: I'm completely at a loss for how to execute this, I don't know how many stitches I need to have before starting the first flower, OR how to make sure the stitches in the in between row are lined up. I also don't know what it needs to be increased by every time. Basically, the numbers and the math of this is what's so hard. I am racking my brain. Is there a better way I could go about this? is there some sort of charting program people use to make sure stuff lines up? I attached my drawing. So both the flowers and the little chain 1 holes or spaces both create columns and the flowers increase by odd numbers and spaces increase by even. My issue is how to increase every row so that this works out. Thank you so so much, I am really thankful for any help.
  2. RecycleCindy

    Mini Flower Plarn Basket

    Here is my mini flower basket I crocheted using thin single strands of plastic bags cut just 1/4 inch wide. The basket is just 3 inches wide and is filled with wild Yarrow and Lupine flowers. Here is the free pattern for the mini plarn flower basket.
  3. elblogdelcrochet

    Flowers and spring

    Hi everybody! The spring is near, so I started knitting flowers, butterflies, ladybugs and a lion for my next works. "The garden" "The lion and the ladybug with the flowers" "Flowers" "More flowers" I hope you like it. The comments are welcome. Thanks for read. Greetings, Alcira.
  4. The Wool Florist

    Greetings from The Wool Florist

    Hi Ladies and Gentlemen! My name is Eva and my tag is The Wool Florist. From the tag you may have already guessed that I am the flower lover. I enjoy flowers beauty and want them to last. Crocheting gives me the ability to make 3D flowers that I can put together in the form of bouquets and floral arrangements. I really enjoy the process as an outlet for self-expression… I am looking for people who share the interest in 3D and flower crocheting. Thank you for letting me join the forum.
  5. I only just posted my Daisy Dukes pattern I know, so I hope no one thinks I'm being spammy... but after the wet British summer we are having and the crazy world at the moment, I hope this fun project might cheer everyone up! It's super fun and easy to make... full tutorial with step by step piccies at my blog: Enjoy festival feels and sounds with these adorable Boho chic Floral Crown headphones made using double crochet, treble crochet and chains.
  6. Kris N Elyse Rogers

    TINY FLOWER PATTERNS!

    I REALLY NEED SOME HELP A.S.A.P. IM TRYING TO FIND A PATTERN FOR THIS TINY LITTLE FLOWER WITH THE PEARL INSIDE. I CANT FIND IT ANYWHERE!! COULD SOMEONE PLEASE PLEASE HELP!!?? IM TRYING TO MAKE THIS EXACT NEWBORN CROWN WITH THE FLOWERS AND I CANT FIND THIS PATTERN ANYWHERE!!! HELP!
  7. After about half a month of aggravation (on and off), I've finally finished this scarf/mittens set for my bf's mom. It's a late Chanukkah gift, but better late than never! And here's how it looks when worn (by me): I've been knitting for years but didn't truly learn to crochet til 2 months ago, when I stumbled onto the craft of amigurumi, little crocheted critters. This is my first big crochet project. The hardest, most time-consuming part was figuring out where to put the flowers. Every time I got it wrong I had to unravel each flower cause I was attaching the motifs by connecting the tips and ends of each petal to the work. I started off thinking maybe I'd do a fringe on either end (6 flowers each, 3 on the right side and 3 on the wrong side): But that looked a bit strange when worn and was quite bulky since I had to double up the flowers to not have a blatant wrong side to the scarf. So I decided in the end to spread the flowers out, two on either end, and one on each mitten: That looked fun without being cluttered. I'm quite satisfied! Well, before this post gets too long, here's the yarn/hook info and the patterns/stitches/motifs I used (I combined a couple): I used the Sagebrush Capra DK Yarn from KnitPicks for this project. It's an absolutely beautiful, super soft, merino cashmere yarn, and I was lucky enough to get it during their holiday sale! This has become by far one of my favorite yarns! I love how the merino keeps projects sturdy while the cashmere makes them ridiculously soft and a joy to wear. Highly recommended! My hook size varied from item to item and stitch to stitch. The primrose-stitch scarf body was crocheted with a 3.5 mm hook, the flowers with a 3.75 mm hook for rows 1-2 and a 3.25 mm hook for row 3 (cause that helped them lay flatter), and both the ribbing and fan-stitch on the mittens with a 3.5 mm. Here is a close-up of the primrose stitch on the scarf (tutorial found here): Here is a close-up of the fan-stitch and ribbing on the mittens (pattern for the mittens found here): I didn't follow the pattern for the mittens exactly cause I found it made mittens that were abnormally long and tight. I made adjustments accordingly. Also, be warned, the thumb-hole instructions are poorly written. I couldn't quite follow along and had to make up my own thumb holes. Finally, the flowers. These are a motif pattern found in Beyond the Square: 144 circles, hexagons, triangles, squares, and other unexpected shapes by Edie Eckman. It's a fantastic book if you're just starting out with motifs. Lots of patterns to try and once you get a couple down, you know the general gist of things and can start making your own. Anyways, thanks for checking out this project and reading/skimming through my ramblings! Happy Holidays! - Di
  8. Garo

    Easy flowers

    When i started crocheting i fell in love of crochet flowers, so i tried to make some by my own and they have been really useful to me, i hope they can be useful to you too! =) They've different petals and some of them have a chart too! - Six-Petal Flower - Eight-Petal Flower - Mini Eight-Petal Flower - Twelve-Petal Flower Hope you like it!
  9. Hi everyone! I'm new to the forum, and to crocheting in general (I'm self-taught through the magic of YouTube videos) and have been crocheting for about 2 or 3 years now; I have a background in sculpture so that's kind of helped I just wanted to share a few of my latest and favorite creations (Slimer from Ghostbusters, a bonsai tree, an iris, and the Jersey Devil {based off of the famous 1909 sketch}): None of these are pattern-based (I free-hand everything, and base my work off of photographs of the objects I'm creating), but if there's enough interest in anything I do, I would consider taking the time to work out the patterns. Hope you all like them
  10. SunnyInDenmark

    Spring and Mother's Day Flowers

    Happy Mother's Day to all the moms out there! I have designed a variety of flowers this Spring and thought I would share the patterns with you. You can find them all at my blog, http://suviscrochet.blogspot.com I made a special one just for my mom today, her favorite flower: the blue bachelor button or cornflower. What's your favorite flower?
  11. naidascrochet

    Delicate Spring Flower

    Hi everyone. I have a new free flower pattern up at my blog in case anyone wants to take a look. Happy Spring! http://yarnchick.blogspot.com/2014/04/delicate-spring-flower.html
  12. ExRea

    Crocheting Flowers

    Here are my latest projects...
  13. naidascrochet

    Delicate Spring Flower

    Hi everyone. I have a new free flower pattern up at my blog in case anyone wants to take a look. Happy Spring! http://yarnchick.blogspot.com/2014/04/delicate-spring-flower.html
  14. Mab6060

    Cheery Spring Wreath

    Welcome spring with a cheery wreath for your door or wall. This one is so easy to customize. I pinned the decorations in place so that I can remove, move or add to them as the months go by. The wreath has a styrofoam core and you can use any size you like. Make as many of the decorations as you like or create your own, it even looks good with just a simple bow! Make it your own. I used worsted weight cotton yarn in 7 colors but you can use any type of yarn you like and as many colors as you like, this one is a great stash buster! Pattern available here: http://pattern-paradise.com/2014/03/16/free-crochet-pattern-spring-wreath/ Follow me on Facebook and my blog for updates and more free patterns! http://www.facebook.com/patternparadise http://www.pattern-paradise.com
  15. CGWJoanitaTheron

    Baby Play Block

    A pretty baby play block! http://creativecrochetworkshop.blogspot.com/2014/03/baby-play-block.html Thank You Joanita Happy Crocheting!
  16. Sharonyvo

    Hi from California

    Hi Everyone, my name is Sharon. I love to crochet and craft with buttons and fabric. I especially love to make flowers for hair, shaws and hats. I'm going to attemps to make a baby blanket from crochet flowers. Wish me luck. I'm planning on selling my handcrafts on Etsy. Hope you stop by my shop. I don't have any crochet items yet. LOL, But hopefully soon. I'm a mom raising two boys. We love the SF Giant sand 49ers. My oldest son also like the Falcons, my youngest like the Saints. My goal is to make them each a soft blanket with their teams on them. Email me if you want a crochet friend!! sharonyvo@gmail.com
  17. Marysll

    Flowers bag

    This is my new pattern, a flowers bag. You can find it in my blog: http://caxigalinas.wordpress.com/2013/08/21/flowers-bag-bolso-de-flores/
  18. lynnf2012

    My scrap afghan

    Used up some but not all of my yarn!
  19. katyallen8090

    tape measure flower cozies

    Now here are some tape measure covers I made for my brunch bunch! They are easy and functional too, and If I make more than I need, I plan on doing a giveaway!!!!!!!!! yay!!
  20. Marysll

    Flowers bag

    This is my new bag. You can find the pattern in my blog. I hope you like it!!! http://caxigalinas.wordpress.com/2013/08/21/flowers-bag-bolso-de-flores/
  21. Marysll

    Xana´s ballerinas

    Do you like my new ballerinas??? http://caxigalinas.wordpress.com/2013/08/03/917/
  22. Marysll

    Mini flowers

    Mini flowers pattern: http://caxigalinas.wordpress.com/2013/08/03/927/
  23. CGWJoanitaTheron

    Flower Garden Skittles

    CREATIVE GRAPHICS WORKSHOP: A six pin numbered flower set with two garden friendly insect balls. Designed for toddlers. But can be modified for all ages! Great toy to give as a gift! http://creativegraphicsworkshop.blogspot.com/2013/07/flower-garden-skittles.html
  24. EdieEckman

    Fall Flowers Cowl

    Fall Flowers Cowl The Fall Flowers Cowl is a two-piece circular scarf that can be worn individually or together. Join-as-you-go techniques mean there is minimal finishing for these versatile accessories. Consider adding motifs to make the pieces different lengths. The sample is shown in a beautiful hand-dyed sock yarn, but the pattern lends itself to a variety of yarn colors and weights. A sport- or worsted-weight yarn will make a cozy warm cowl.
  25. ExRea

    May Day Basket

    I got the pattern for this online, but not cannot find it again. All it is is a granny square and some crocheted flowers. It was fun and easy...
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