Have a nice day with your loved one(s)!
I did some crochet for Valentine’s Day and some other DYI stuff. Have a look …
This candle jar has a cute heart string made out of thread no. 15. You can find the pattern here. It’s asy and very fast done. The edge is no crochet, it’s ribbon I bought at Zeeman.
Then I made this flower wreath. I found it complicated to pick colors I liked. Originally I wanted to use a lot more colors, yellow, orange and blue … But I’m quite satisfied with the way it came out. The heart wreath was only 99 c at Zeeman. I bought 4 new ones yesterday because I think it’s such a nice present and of course I want one for our own door. Here is my pattern for the little flowers.
Now these sachets contain chocolate lollies that melt in hot milk. I found the idea on a German Blog: zuckerimsalz
Greetings from sunny Dresden! ❤
Chunky Flower by lydienne
Take whatever yarn you want and a suitable hook.
ch 4, join with sl st
In first color
Round 1: ch 3, 11 dc (12 dc)
In second color, start at random stitch with sl st
Round 2: *ch 4, tr3tog as follows: 1st tr in same st, 2nd in between this and the next st, 3rd in next st, ch 4, sl st in same st, sl st in next st* repeat for 6 petals
This is a pansy brooch I recently made. I could have sewed the brooch needle onto the flower. But I found using the glue gun would be much easier.
The very detailed pattern for this cute flower can be found here.
On Friday I got this little bag from my mother with the task to cover it with crochet.
Here is what I came up with:
I used cotton and a 3 mm hook, crocheted twice a piece that covers one side. Then I took the hot glue gun and glued the upper parts to the bag. To finish I crocheted both sides together at the edge below .
I made this collar for a friend’s birthday. You can find the pattern here. In the last row I added glass beads with silver inside.
The flower is from Crochet today! issue May/June 2012.
I crocheted around this little stone today and gave it to my grandmother,
Finally I found a way to create the hippie flower I had in my head. I hope you like it and summer comes back here soon. Sun is very rare these days and temperatures don’t exceed 20°C.
Hippie Flower by lydienne
Take 3 colors of similar yarn and a suitable hook. Of course you will also need a yarn needle and scissors.
ch 3, sl st to form ring
Round 1: ch 3 (counts as first dc), 14 dc (15 dc in total)
Round 2: *sc, ch 3, ch another 3 (counts as dc), 4 dc in last ch of first ch-3, ch 3, sl st into same st as for all dc, 1 hdc in the following 2 ch, sc in the next st of orange circle* repeat, join with sl st (5 petals)
Round 3: sc around, make 2 dc in upper edges of petals to make sure it stays flat
Round 4: sc around, make 2 dc in upper edges of petals and skip sts of inner corners
Have fun with your finished hippie flower!
Pattern for personal use only!
Cornflower by lydienne
What you need: scraps of yarn in blue and green and a suitable hook, yarn needle, scissors
Row 1: 6 dc in 1st ch made
Row 2: ch 4, sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in remaining 2 ch, sl st into 1st of row before, *sl in next st, ch 4, sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in remaining 2 ch, sl st in same st* repeat (7 petals)
FO, weave in ends
attach yarn to the very 1st ch ou made
ch 3, *yo, insert hook into same st, yo, pull trough 2 loops on hook* repeat until you have 4 loops on hook, yo, pull trough all 4 loops
turn, sl st (withouth making a ch before)
ch 7, sc in 2nd ch from hook, 1 dc in ea of following 2 ch, sc in next (leaf made)
FO, weave in ends
This pattern is for personal use only. Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have questions.