Crochet Thread Pendant Flower Pattern


crochet flower- πλεκτό λουλούδι

Originally posted on Crochet Thread:

Crochet Thread Pendant

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A triangle is an excellent way of bridging the difference between flowers of odd shapes and sizes; bringing the piece together. This crochet thread flower pendant is comprised of three (3) separate motifs hand-sewn together.

  • The top could be any open-work flower pattern. I used a Helga Irland design. The pattern used is a variation (6 petals) of the cinquefoil pattern posted here 
  • The center trillium is:
    ch 4, 2-dc-tog in 4th ch from hook, ch 3, sl st in same ch sp (this center ch sp is used throughout) *ch 3, 2-dc-tog, ch 3, sl st, *repeat 1 time, **sc-ch1-sc-ch1-sc-ch1-sc in the ch3 sp, sc in top/tog, ch 3, sc in last sc, sc-ch1-sc-ch1-sc-ch1-sc in next ch3 sp, sl st in center, **repeat 2 times, add stem (optional) ch 5, sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each remaining, sl st, end/break thread.
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  • The bottom

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5+1 ιδέες για να φτιάξεις το δικό σου crop top


diy crop top

Originally posted on have2read:

Φέτος το καλοκαίρι η μόδα υμνεί τα 90s και επαναφέρει τάσεις και στυλ που είχαμε ξεχάσει για τουλάχιστον 20 χρόνια. Βασικό χαρακτηριστικό αυτής, τα crop tops!

Αυτή λοιπόν η μόδα σου προσφέρει μια ευκαιρία να χρησιμοποιήσεις τα παλιά φανελάκια που κρατάς στην ντουλάπα σου γιατί σου φαίνονται παλιά, και να τα μεταποιήσεις ώστε να δημιουργήσεις το δικό σου crop top!

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Small SAL (Stitching Along) May 2015


embroidery- κέντημα

Originally posted on Wish I Were Stitching:


Is Small SAL (Stitching Along) checked in again. I’m really sad that May is coming to an end soon. A new month will start soon.


And I wish your Garden has been blessed with many beautiful flowers like the saying I’ve stitched and decorated with ribbon embroidery and buttons. Have a blossoming May And A summery June ahead my dears.

Happy Stitching as always.

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Originally posted on DaniellaJoe's Blog:

Don’t throw out your hideous looking planters or vases, recycle them!!

I want you to see how an old planter (I was tempted to throw out, but felt guilty doing so) went from horrible looking to Absolutely FAB :-) IMO :-)

I used my tarn and a nice #K/10 1/2-6.50mm hook and made enough stitches to go around the base of the planter, a tip here: please do not start at the bottom of the planter for obvious reasons like you want your planter to drain properly.

Then single crochet and close to form your circle around the base. Then, you can go rogue on your next rows, practice any stitch, but try to do SC every other row, or 2 rows SC that way it covers all the vase.

Continue adding rows until you cover all of your vase/planter and if you still have enough tarn then you can…

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Yarn blanket – Πλεκτή κουβέρτα

Originally posted on DaniellaJoe's Blog:

Big Cozy my warm and ultra nice blanket is off my UFO (unfinished objects) list, Yay!!

This yarn is a trademark of Knit Picks Yarns and it is made of 55% superfine Alpaca and 45% Peruvian Highland Wool, super bulky weight, made in Peru, and I like it.

The colors I used where Finnley Heather, Marble Heather and Cobblestone Heather, the darker colors are the grays, I like the warm hue of these colors, it toned down my Recycled Room.

If you remember one of my few resolutions this year was to learn more about fibers and what makes them ideal for each project, well I am still learning but I can tell you that, Big Cozy will give you a soft and warm blanket.

Be ready for lots of “hairs” all over your sofa and clothes, but overall I like this luxurious yarn.

BC is 6’5″ x 4’7″ and…

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