"Beauty of handmade lies in their imperfections, anything perfect is machine-made"
If you are looking for a simple "therapeutic" project to start the autumn with calm, this is the post for you!
It was like founding it and immediately falling in love with it; I already talked in previous posts on how crochet can help you relieve stress while, in the meantime, you also create something beautiful... and this project it's perfect with its simplicity, you basically have to repeat a lovely and easy crochet macaron stitch... until you reach the number of "yoyos" you need to complete the size you have in mind.
Good morning lovely crochet maniacs.
You're in desperate need of a flower? Here's the post you were looking for. In the link above you'll find a really nice group of mini crochet flowers, all with them crochet scheme super easy to follow.
I can think of hundreds of different uses for them, dont you? Feel free to post your own projects in the comments!
Have a lovely day crocheting.
We like to start with a flexible ring, but if you feel that is too complicated start chaining 5 and join a ring with a slip stitch.
Round 1: 15 sc in the ring
Round 2, 3 and 4: 2 sc in each stitch
Round 5 and 6: 1 sc in each stitch
Round 7: 2 sc in each stitch
Round 8, 9 and 10: 1 sc in each stitch
Round 11: ch 3, dc in next 2 s. ch 2. *dc in next 3 s, ch 2* Repeat between *and * throughout the round. Slip stitch to 1st s.
Round 12: ch 3, 3 dc in the opening. *ch 2. 3 dc in the opening* Repeat between *and * throughout the round. Slip stitch to 1st s.
Repeat the last round until the bag is long enough.
Round 1: 1 sc in each s.
Round 2: *ch 2, insert the hook in the 3rd st and dc in this and the next s* Repeat between *and * throughout the round. Slip stitch to 1st s.
Make an i-cord:
Cast on 4 s on DPN´s. k 1 row. *Do NOT turn the work, but slide the stitches to the other end of the needle and knit them again with the working yarn tightened behind the work*. Repeat until the cord is long enough. Bind off.
Thread the cord through the holes and sew both ends to the bottom of the bag.
It works for knit items too and cannot be simpler that this! The good news is that you don't even need a sewing machine!
1: Use your sharp crochet hook and thread; *sc, ch1 to the corner, ch3, sc, (ch1, sc)twice, ch3* repeat, join and cut your thread.
Try to space your sc as evenly as you can. A trick you can use to do this is to mark 1/4" with a marker on your sharp hook, measuring from the tip of the hook and then use that mark as your guide.
2: Switch to worsted weight yarn and 4mm hook; sc in each ch1 sp, 3sc in each corner sp, fasten off yarn.
3: Join yarn with an sc to any middle stitch of the 3sc group, sc in each st across, turn
4: ...continue with your favourite project...!