DIY- kostenlos- for free

Liebe Besucher*innen,
Alle auf diesem Blog gezeigten Dinge habe ich selbst entworfen. Ich teile meine Ideen gern mit Euch und freue mich über alle, die das ebenfalls tun!!!
Es ist für mich absolut selbstverständlich, die Ideen kostenlos mit Euch zu teilen.
Bitte respektiert die DIY- Idee!
Bitte verkauft keine Anleitungen von mir oder Dinge, die Ihr damit angefertigt habt. Und bitte respektiert mein Urheberrecht.
Natürlich dürft Ihr Dinge gerne nachbauen, nachhäkeln - selbst nutzen, weiterverschenken...
Danke!

Noch ein Wort zum Thema Werbung: Ich möchte mit meinem Blog auf keinen Fall für Produkte werben, sondern für Ideen! Manchmal kommt es aber vor, dass ich z.B. beim upcyclen Dinge benutze, wo noch ein Marken/ Produktname zu sehen ist oder beim Häkeln klar ist, von welchem Produkt die Idee stammt, das lässt sich nicht vermeiden. Bitte trefft in diesem Fall Eure eigenen wohlüberlegten Kaufentscheidungen!

Dear visitors,
Everything I show you on this blog is created by myself. I am happy to share this ideas with you for free.
I want also say thanks to everybody who shares own ideas for free as well!
This DIY idea is very important for me! Please respect this idea and don't sell anything you made from this ideas. And please don't declare this ideas of your own.
But feel free to give things made from these ideas as a gift or to use them for youself.
Thank you!

Sonntag, 15. März 2020

Scillablütenfest


Scillablütenfest

The second pattern of my „representing the 4 seasons“- series. Here comes the spring 6“ square. It is dedicated to a small spring flower, the scilla siberica. It looks very nice when it is blooming. Whole meadows are violet then. For that, every year in march the city where I live is celebrating this flower with the „scillablütenfest“. This year there won't be a "Scillablütenfest". But I am celebrating with this little square:

 


Skill level: easy

Material:

  • yarn of your choice (aran weight for 6“) in white (w), sand (s), light blue (lb), jeans (j), violet (v) and dark blue (db)
  • hook Nr. 5
  • scissors
  • yarn needle

Abbreviations:

  • ch – chain
  • slst – slip stitc
  • fphdc – front post half double crochet
  • fpdc – front post double crochet
  • sc - single crochet
  • hdc – half double crochet
  • dc – double crochet
  • fo – fasten off
  • st – stitch
  • sk - skip
  • fl – front loop
  • bl – back loop
  • sust – surface stitch


Special stitches:

  • puff: pull a long loop, *yarn over, insert hook through the indicated stitch, yarn over, pull through*, repeat from *-* two more times, yarn over, pull trough all 7 loops, ch 1 to close
  • surface stitch: series of slst worked over the surface between the indicated rounds

Note: the first stitch of a round is a standing stitch, unless something else is said.


Pattern:

1.: (v) Ch 2, 6 sc in second ch from loop, slst to fl of the first sc to close circle.
Do not fo.

2.: (v) Work entire round in fl only! (ch 7, slst in fourth st from the loop, sc in next three ch, slst into fl of the next st)x 6. Slst to first slst to join and fo (6 flower blossoms)

3.: (w) The whole round is worked in bl of rd. 1 sc! (2dc in any sc)x 6. Slst to first dc. fo. (12 dc)

4.: (s) Start in any dc. (dc, ch 1)x 12. Slst to first dc. fo. (12 dc, 12 ch 1 spaces)

Now it is the right time to work a circle of sust in dark blue between rd. 1 and 2!

5.: (w) Start in any dc. (2 sc in dc; working behind the rd 4 ch 1 sp, dc into rd 3 directely below)x 12. Slst to first sc. fo. (24 sc, 12 dc)

6.: (lb) Start in first sc of the two from rd 5 directly left of a petal. (5 dc, ch 1, puff through the top of the blossom and to the next round 5 st, ch 1)x 6. Slst to first dc. fo. (30 dc, 12 ch 1, 6 puff)

7.: (j) This is the squaring round! We will be using the ch 1 spaces as well!Start at any puff: [(fpdc, ch 2, fpdc) around p= corner made, (2 dc. 2 hdc, 3 sc, fphdc around p, hdc, 2 dc) = side made, (dc, ch 2, dc) = corner made, (2 dc, hdc, fphdc around puff, 3 sc, 2 hdc, 2 dc) = side made] x 2. Slst to first fpdc. fo. (13 st per side)

8.: (s) Start in any corner. [(dc, ch 2, dc) = corner made, (ch1, sk 1 st, hdc)x6, ch 1] x4. Slst to first dc. fo. (8 st and 7 ch 1 per side)

9.: (w) Start in any corner. [(2 hdc, ch 2, 2 hdc) = corner made, (hdc into next st; dc into the skipped st from rd. 7, worked in front of ch 1 from rd. 8) x 7, hdc] x4. Slst to first hdc. fo. Weave in all ends. (19 st per side)

That's it! Have fun!


Copyright Mar. 2020 by Loewenzahm

Thanks to my testers Callydrias and MawMawsGarden

made by MawMawsGarden
made by Callydrias



Keine Kommentare:

Kommentar posten

Aprikosen -Tiramisu

Hey Ihr, ist Euch nach einer leckeren und schnellen Sommer - Kalorienbombe? Dann rührt fix dieses Tiramisu an. Einfach und lecker. Zuberei...