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11 02, 2011

A flower for a scarf

By | February 11th, 2011|free patterns, scarf, Uncategorized|58 Comments

Good morning my friend,

How are you today?

I was so inspired two days ago after seeing the lovely post of Lucy about her new shawl project…so inspired that I took my hook right away and tried the pattern she used…

The pattern is lovely but I wanted to make a long scarf , something like a long neck warmer you know what I mean? and this pattern was kind of “bold” for a scarf…I wanted something “lighter” (Is that a word?)

So, I took an old crochet magazine and transformed my way a pattern made originally for a doily…and I loved it so much……so much…that I crocheted a flower and after another flower etc…with leftover yarns….

…so much that I made right away a graphic pattern for the modified version of the original pattern…

 

…so much that I want to continue making a long series of flowers to make a very long scarf I can wrap it two or three times  around my neck…

so? what do you think? Do you want to join in? You can make a “light” shawl with this pattern too or some coasters maybe 🙂 I have to leave you now and return to my new project 🙂 (so excited about it!!!!!!!!!)

Have a beautiful week end!

Angie

8 02, 2011

The edging of my Olé Olé blanket

By | February 8th, 2011|Crocheted blankets, free patterns, Ripple, Uncategorized|48 Comments

Good evening ladies,
Hope everything is fine !

Let me begin this post by thanking each and every one of you… one by one… every single one… for every sweet comment you left on my Olé Olé blanket post…Your words filled my heart with a big joy and I felt sooo happy reading them 🙂

A BIIIIIIIIIG THANK YOU!

This is, as promised, the graphic pattern of the border of Olé Olé blanket:

You have to make two rows of dc first and for the third row (in red) all you have to do is to crochet by following the steps 1, 2, 3 and 4 (in light blue)

It is very easy, you’ll see as soon as you’ll try 😉

And for you who asked for the pattern of the blanket, I am so sorry…I took it from this french book , but you can find something quite similar in the blog of the wonderful Lucy here. 😉

That’s all my friend!

Hope I made it clear…

Do not hesitate to ask any question, I’ll be more than happy to answer 🙂

Have a great and warm evening!

Angie

10 01, 2011

Crazy Coasters

By | January 10th, 2011|circle of joy, Crocheted coasters, free patterns, Uncategorized|43 Comments

Hello sweeties,

How was your we?

Mine was pretty good…I’ve been trying something new in crochet…and I really enjoyed playing Sunday with my hook and some cotton yarn, using the pattern of “circle of joy” but changing its 4th round….and this is what I came up to:

cute colorful coasters:)

I enjoyed working the 2nd round with two different colors crocheting  two thread together…I just tried and it worked and it made me sooo happy ! And now I want to try again and again crocheting together two different kind of yarns with different colors of course 🙂


While the girls were playing around with their new Christmas toys I was playing with my yarns and hook, like a crazy woman fully concentrated on my coasters…

And when I finished the first one I was like wanting to make another one and after that one more etc 🙂 Mad crocheter 🙂

You really should try this …It is amazing…I’ll show you with some pics and of course a graphic pattern;)

The first 3 rounds are the same as circle of joy. In the 4th round (in orange), you should have finally 11 small petals…

Let’s go… First, choose two different colors A and B (It is better if they are contrasting together)

Make the first round in color A crocheting 11 tr. and after that crochet the 22 tr of round2 with A and B together:

Try not to cut any end before finishing round 3 leaving the two colors together on the coaster (Is that a good English sentence? I am not so sure :))

and then round3: Make 44 tr using color B and finally crochet round 4 like in the graphic pic using color A again…

And you’ll have a Crazy Coaster: Fast, easy, simple and so cute …

You should really really really try crocheting two different thread together… It is a wonderful experience!

Be crazy and make a crazy coaster and of course let me know … It will make me crazy-happy 🙂

Have a crazy day!

Sucrette

8 01, 2011

Circle of joy

By | January 8th, 2011|circle of joy, free patterns, Uncategorized|19 Comments

Good morning to you,

This is for you, as promised, the pattern of “circle of joy”

I draw it as a graphic pattern and took some pics to make it clearer…

You’ll have a perfect circle when you crochet the first 3 rounds as this:

1st round: 11 tr (brides in frensh)

2nd round: 22 tr

3d round: 44 tr

and after that you crochet the 4th round as in the graphic pic (drawn with the purple color)

It is very easy, simple and so addictive you’ll see when you’ll try 😉

and you can use it to make so many beautiful projects: coasters, cushion, blanket and much more…

So, my friend, I will be more than happy to see something you crocheted using “circle of joy” and I will show you, myself,   what I did with my black-border-circles-of-joy next time 🙂

circle of joy

A beautiful week end to you all!

See you next week,

Sucrette

7 12, 2010

The edging of my granny monster blanket

By | December 7th, 2010|free patterns, Granny MONSTER, Uncategorized|12 Comments

Good morning my friend,

I want to begin this post today by thanking each and every one of you who are visiting “le monde de Sucrette” and leaving lovely and kind comments….It is thanks to you that I was able to finish this huge project and it is because you cheer me up that I can accomplish such great projects…A BIG THANK TO YOU ALL!

This is for you the pattern of my MONSTER border: It is made with 6 rounds:

First, I made 4 rounds of “normal-granny”: round1: white – round2:teal – round3:red – round4: lavender and then round5and6 with the white color…

In this pic, I draw round4(in green), 5(in red) and6(in purple):

Hope I made it clear 🙂

This is a very simple border but I love it !

Hope you’ll try it with your next blanket 😉

Have a wonderful day wherever you are,

Sucrette