You will need
- Debbie Bliss Rialto DK
- 3x balls in your chosen colour
- 4.5mm hook
- Yarn needle
- Stitch markers
Making flowers is my favourite thing to crochet, but I am really behind in writing up the patterns for them. But here I am, with the first in the Flowers Series. Crochet Lilies. I first made a lily years ago, it lives on its own on my Mum’s mantle piece. Eventually I refined the process, and a single flower now takes an hour to make… A bouquet can take a while.
For this video I have used DMC Natura Just Cotton (my go-to for finer flowers) and a 3mm hook (I’m a tight crocheter).
You Will Need
1x DMC Natura Just Cotton
Orange acrylic paint
You will need
1x Paintbox Yarns Cotton Aran in your chosen colour
Make a magic ring, and ch 1 to secure.
Rnd 1: Ch 2, 3 tr, 3 htr, ch 2, 3 htr, 3 tr, ch 2 and secure with a sl st into ring. Pull the ring tightly closed.
Rnd 2: dc into the next 2 ch, 2 tr into the next 3 sts, tr into the next 3 sts, (tr, dtr, tr) into the ch-sp. Tr into the next 3 sts, 2 tr into the next 3 sts. dc into the 2 ch sts.
Rnd 3: dc into the first 2 sts, (htr, tr) into the next st, *2 tr, tr* 2 times, tr in next 4 sts, (tr, dtr, tr) into the dtr of previous round, tr 4 times, *tr, 2 tr* 2 times, (tr, htr), dc into the last 2 sts.
Fasten off and weave in ends.
Alternative, stop at rnd 2 and create a slightly smaller heart.
It’s the final part, and with 10 days left until Chrsitmas, you have plenty of time to finish up!
Don’t forget to share your makes with #CBChristmasCAL on Instagram, or post on the Facebook Group!
Today is the day for part 3!
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Part two is here!
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Welcome to the Advent CAL 2019! This year it features the Christmas Heirloom Blanket.
The Blanket is made up of 24 squares feature 12 differnet motifs, and 4 different style of square. In this first part you will get the pattern for the basic squares (of which thre are 12 in total) and the first three motifs!
On the 5th you will see part two, which will be one of the swatch squares and the next three motifs, and so on and so forth on the 10th and 15th as well to finish up the blanket well in time for gifting for Christmas (or keeping!)
Without further ado, read on for the first part of the CAL!