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and receive another FREE PATTERN
This pillow cover will lend a sophisticated air of modern crochet home design and compliment any home style decor. It’s cozy and versatile and the best thing is that you will always have an original gift for all your loved ones: both men or women. 🎁
My pillow covers were made in fail-safe neutral tones that are suitable to any minimalist design style (I have already given away a few of such pillows :)). These subdued hues don’t overwhelm any given space and never fail to make an interior feel more homey.
You can crochet this project in solid energetic hues for even more visual appeal! Just go for a hue that speaks to you and it will most likely look great.
More details about this cover pattern:
► It is customizable to any square or rectangle size (you will crochet foundation row until its length equals to the measured side of your pillow; then you will crochet in the round, always in the same direction).
► The beautiful diagonals are created by double crochet stitches, post stitches and puff stitches. PHOTO TUTORIAL of these stitches, WRITTEN INSTRUCTIONS for every row in English and high quality crochet CHARTS are included (see screen shots).
► You will not need to crochet gauge – just take soft yarn like 100 % merino wool, linen/rayon, linen/bamboo, linen/polyester or cotton/acrylic in one solid color and start crocheting with hook that is slightly smaller than recommended by the producer of your yarn. The samples shown were made with 8 and 10 ply (UK) = DK and Worsted-weight, 3 and 4, Light and Medium (USA) and hook 3.25 mm (hook D in USA).
It’s the most magical time of the year and I wish you a fantastic holiday season full of beautiful creations and joyful moments! And here is my little present for you – New Year’s necklace! Grab some thin yarn and treat yourself and your friends with this amazing little present.
This time I followed the same crochet photo-tutorial for the green necklace and created a new crochet necklace with 6 pearls. I’m sure there are lots of other ways to decorate this delicate necklace and hope to see your new creations soon!
Start crocheting now: https://conceptcreative.club/2019/12/21/new-years-necklace-free-crochet-pattern/
Grey or Turquoise? I actually love both, but had to give one as a present :). Maybe I’ll make another wider cowl to turn it around my neck twice.
Grey = British English
Gray = American English
Now I have published this cowl pattern on Ravelry: www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/detour-cowl You can download it with a 10% discount till the end of this week (please use coupon code conceptcreative at the check out).
3 more neck accessories are offered with a 10% discount till the end of this week
(please scroll down to see them).
The Detour cowl pattern includes the following sizes (each version has different length and width):
Child: width 50 cm = 19.7’’ around neck, length of cowl 14 cm = 5.5’’.
Teen: width 53 cm = 20.8’’ around neck, length of cowl 23 cm = 9’’.
Woman: width 65 cm = 25.5’’ around neck, length of cowl 30.5 cm = 12’’
Man: width 56 cm = 22’’ around neck, length of cowl 19 cm = 7.5’’.
Although the yarn usage is given for Fingering-weight / 4 ply / 350 m in 100 gr / 383 yards in 3.5 oz / you will be able to adjust the width of this cowl to any yarn.
The PDF includes written instructions for every row along with charts and 65 photos helping to expand your crochet skills:
Thank you, @hobbylobbycrocheter for testing the child version – it’s stunning!
Thank you, andrewfburton for asking me to create the pattern for you – you were right that the cowl would look stunning on men!
This cowl pattern can be downloaded from Etsy and from my store as well:
Happy crocheting! 😉
I’m also offering a 10% discount on other 3 cowls/scarfs on Ravelry till the end of this week. Please use coupon code conceptcreative and add them to your Ravelry database:
Cowl Icebergs – crochet
Scarf Heuristic – knit
Shoulder wrap Fuji- crochet
HOW to Add Your Project to Ravelry
For a limited time only! This cowl is offered as your FREE Crochet Pattern with the purchase of my latest crochet sweater pattern (sample shown).
Where: at CONCEPTcreativestore.ETSY.com
When: from 10th till 17th of November
Buy one, get two modern patterns.
Happy crocheting! 😉
The cowl pattern is written for 4 versions: child, teen, woman, man. Each version has different length and width.
Design elements of the sweater:
This project will be worked in the round without seams. The raised back and bust darts create a better fit, while the stretchy fabric will feel like a second skin. This sweater is designed without a humpback that is so common in circular yoke sweaters.
Link on Ravelry: www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/detour-sweater
Available sweater sizes:
XS-S with bust circumference 80-85 cm = 31.5-33.5’’;
M with bust circumference 90-95 cm = 35.5-37.5’’;
L with bust circumference 100-106 cm = 39.5-41.7’’;
XL-2XL with bust circumference 111-117 cm = 43.7-46’’.
Yarn: Fingering / 4 ply / 350 m in 100 gr / 383 yards in 3.5 oz / category by yarnstandards.com is 1 : Super Fine
Hook size: 3.5 mm (E) or hook to obtain gauge.
Choosing the right YARN and HOOK to achieve great results
Gauge: 17 dc by 10 rows = 10 x 10 cm (4″ x 4’’); you might achieve this gauge either with Sport-weight or Finger-weight 100 % merino.
Check yarn weight here: www.ravelry.com/help/yarn/weights
Jali (jaali) and Mashrabiya are elements of traditional Indo-Islamic architecture that feature delicate organic, vegetal or geometrical ornaments carved in stone or wood.
The term Jaali is used in Central Asia – in India, Pakistan and the countries surrounding, while Mashrabia is used mostly in the Arabic world; from Iran, Iraq to Morocco and Andalusia (read more about Jaali and Mashrabia ).
In the course of the day, the movement of these patterns in silhouette across the floor enhances the pleasure of their intricate geometry. Here are a few stunning pieces of this art, so you know why I named my crochet curtains Mashrabiya 😊.
And here is my work that I gave as a present to a dearest person. 😊 I think this crochet decor gives an atmosphere of calm and serenity to this interior, makes it modern and unique, regardless of the fashion.
I invite you to crochet this beauty that will resemble a projecting window 😊
As you saw, I have already published the free pattern for these motifs in this blog. You can follow these instructions and arrange motifs as you go. Or you might wish to download your printable copy for a small fee (and thus, cover my time expenses for describing this beauty 😉). So, you have 3 options to start with:
- Download your printable pattern from Etsy www.etsy.com/crochet-pattern and follow my photo tutorials for two types of crochet curtains and crochet tablecloth.
- Learn something new by downloading your printable pattern from conceptcreative.store/curtains-tablecloth-crochet-pattern and follow my photo tutorials for two types of crochet curtains, crochet tablecloth and a photo tutorial on how to crochet these motifs in one piece.
- Or visit this page with the free charted and written instructions for these motifs, as well as description for joining them as you go.
Yes, option 2 has that special photo tutorial that I have promised you 😉 – my formula on making this motif-project without hiding all ends and ruining your yarn. Here you may see the video about undoing 3 square motifs 😉.
Add this to your Ravelry queue:
HOW to Add Your Project to Ravelry
Happy crocheting, friends!
Crocheting these beautiful motifs for relaxation will have a truly magical effect on your brain – soothing and almost hypnotic. On one hand, the completed tablecloth will give an atmosphere of calm and serenity to your interior, on the other hand, this will be a heirloom that will be passed down to your children.
Follow my free photo tutorial and charts for making such square motifs, which are joined together as you go:
and add to your Ravelry queue:
Happy crocheting! 🙂
I spent last 6 weeks crocheting a cat’s house for our new guest – Alice 🙂
Link to this free pattern: Cat’s house with a detachable roof – FREE crochet pattern