First of all, I’m sorry to interrupt my 365 serries, that I always post on Sundays. Don’t worry, the project still goes on, and the post about the past week has in fact already been written. I just decided to postpone it till Monday as I have something greater to share for today!
Tag Archives: схема
My girls loves playing princesses! Their game always is accompanied by dressing up and doing some face art (I wouldn’t call it make up). Recently princess Aurora asked me for a crown.
And who would tell, that it takes only a half an hour to make a crown (and it is a super-easy task)!
И кто бы мог подумать, что корону можно сделать за каких-то полчаса!
Небольшое объемное сердечко, вязанное крючком
Need a heart? I know where you can get one! But be careful with it, because it’s pretty small and weightless. It can be easily blown out of your hands, just like a dandelion seed. But wait, wouldn’t it be nice if love spread over the world as fast as dandelions?
Делюсь схемой квадратного мотива крючком
See this page for abbreviations in this pattern.
Делюсь схемой вязаной крючком погремушки в форме цветка
As our little girl was growing older, she started grabbing things and it was the best time to make for her a mobile. I searched for ideas through Pinterest and Google, but absolutely nothing was found that could catch my eye. Then one day I noticed that Marge likes to observe a crocheted flower in her cardigan and the idea was born. It was decided to make a few crocheted rattles with flowers on top covering plastic egg containers.
Делюсь схемой вязаного крючком цветка
This is a pretty easy pattern for a nice crocheted flower. I used it to decorate cardigan for my little Marge.
Finally, Marge can try her new short-sleeve cardigan in the colours of a red poppy and a blue knapweed field! As I wrote in a previous post, I’ve searched for a nice and not so common pattern for a baby-girl cardigan, but haven’t found any, and decided to design one by myself. It came out so nice and work on it was so enjoyable, that it would be just wrong to keep the pattern within myself rather than share it.
Also I would be really happy to hear that someone used this pattern and managed to make this cardigan. So, if you intend to try this, please, take a picture of a result and share it with me!
All of a sudden a heat wave came across Riga. But it won’t prevent me from sharing a pattern of Veronika’s new hat.