Monday, December 21, 2015

CROCHET PURSE PATTERN

This is my new project.

I have a great Christmas gift ideas for everyone




Material :

Milk Cotton jumbo yarn 1 ball
Crochet Hook 8 mm. 

Abbreviations :

sl = slip stitch
ch = chain
sc = single crochet
hd = half double crochet
V = 2 single crochet in the same stitch
W = single crochet 3 times in the same stitch


Start : ch 32 

Round 1 : ch 1, sc in 2nd chain from hook, 30sc, W, 

( Now continue around using the under loops ), 30sc, V [ 66sts ]






Body : 

Round 1 : ch 1, { sl, hd }, repeat {_} all around, slip and turn your work


Round 2 :  repeat round 1





This diagram






** Hope you like my new project **









Follow me on instagram : youngladies.cute


....Big thanks for watching....













Friday, December 4, 2015

Hair Clip Cover

Hair Clip Cover

cutie idea 



If you have an old hair clip. And this is a good idea to change.

Let's start... !!

Tools :


pattern
















Knitting Hats for Charity

KNIT FOR KIDS
This is knitting hats for charity. This is the first time to writing knitted hat pattern for babies. Thanks to all of you for watching and reading.












Baby's Hat for Beginners
Size :
0-3 month
Head Circ.: 13”-14”
Hat Hieght: 6”
          Materials :
circular knitting needles 5mm.
circular knitting needles 6mm.
          Abbreviations :
sts = stitches
k = knit
p = purl
k2tog = knit 2 together
Start :
Cast on 64 sts on circular knitting needles 5 mm.
Row1-9 = { k2, p2 } repeat from {_}
( measured depth 1.5”)
Row10-27 = change the circular knitting needles ( 6mm. ) and  knit all around.
( measured depth 4.2”)
Decrease :
Row1 = { k6, k2tog } *8 times (56sts)
Row2 = knit all around
Row3 = { k5, k2tog } *8 times (48sts)
Row4 = knit all around
Row5 = { k4, k2tog } *8 times (40sts)
Row6 = knit all around
Row7 = { k3, k2tog } *8 times (32sts)
Row8 = knit all around
Row9 = { k2, k2tog } *8 times (24sts)
Row10 = knit all around
Row11 = { k1, k2tog } *8 times (16sts)
Row12 = { k2tog } * times (8sts)
          ( measured depth 6”)



          with 8 sts remaining, cut yarn, leaving a 6” tail. Thread tail through remaining stitches, pull tight and secure inside the hat. Weave in ends.