Crochet teddy bear amigurumi
Hello everyone! I made a big crochet teddy bear amigurumi. His name is Mr. Poppa 😁. If you guys had followed me on InstagramπŸ“± you would have known about Mr. Slate. It's a small teddy bear. He will be sitting alone all the time. So I thought of making one big teddy amigurumi.🐻 Poppa teddy bear amigurumi will be our driving buddy. I made this amigurumi for my car. This amigurumi is so plushy and I love it so much. It's color and softness is irresistible! I made a small teddy bear using 4 ply acrylic yarn and this big amigurumi using chenille yarn.🧢 Using Acrylic or cotton yarn will take a huge amount of time and effort to complete. Why did I use chenille yarn? Easy to work and the project will grow faster. I completed this amigurumi in 1 day. If you want to make big amigurumi toys and you don't have that much time or patience to complete, better go with chenille yarn. It will be so soft and plushy.πŸ€— FYI, This pattern is not mine. I randomly searched google and found some patterns and made some changes to obtain this result. If you want some idea I'll include some reference pattern below: [ These are free crochet amigurumi patterns ] https://in.pinterest.com/YarntoArt/amigurumi/ Notes: This pattern is very simple and beginner friendly. Only single crochets are used, even beginners can try this. Only difficulty for beginners is using chenille yarn. Stitches will not be clearly visible. For beginners: Practice a single crochet swatch using chenille yarn before making amigurumi using chenille yarn. I used a 9.00mm crochet hook. If you feel that your stitches are too loose, reduce the hook size. I didn't use an invisible decrease in this chenille yarn amigurumi. It looks completely okay for this type of yarn. If you are using cotton or acrylic yarn, make invisible decrease. Make sure to use a big yarn needle for weaving in or making details. And be careful when you insert your yarn needle inside the amigurumi. Because if you insert a yarn needle in a finished and sealed amigurumi, you have to make sure to take it out carefully. There may be a chance to leave the needle inside. Materials Used: Yarn used: Chenille yarn from Magic needles Hook: 9.00mm Amigurumi safety eyes Cotton yarn for detailing Fiber fill Big yarn needle [note: If you don't have any fiber fill, cut open your pillow and use that filling fiber.] Alternate Chenille yarn options: Safety eyes: Poly fill: Free amigurumi books: Hooks: Other recommended crochet supplies: I used 4 yarn balls of chenille yarn approximately: 220 meter / 400gms I don't remember how much fiber fill I have used in this. I had approx.200gms of fiber fill in my stash and half of the quantity is still remaining. And I used 10mm safety eyes and Gulera cotton yarn black for details. I think I have covered all the questions and doubts regarding this project that I got in my IG. See you soon. Until then Keep crocheting!!! Bye!!! -xoxo Connect: πŸ”— www.yarntoart.com πŸ˜„ Instagram : @yarntoart πŸ˜„ Facebook : YarntoArt πŸ˜„ Pinterest : https://in.pinterest.com/YarntoArt πŸ˜„ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxNDnVi6maqMpyAJ_x1eQ_A?
How to read crochet diagram / chart?
Hello Everyone! Today we are gonna learn how to read crochet diagrams / charts πŸ’Ή. Crochet Diagrams are very simple and they are more easy to understand than written patterns. Crochet diagrams will give a complete idea of your project shape before starting one project Crochet diagram is nothing but a symbolic representation of a stitch or group of stitch. Before diving deep into crochet diagrams, Let's talk about crochet symbols. Craft Yarn Council of America made a standard form of symbols for each stitch. Each symbol is connected together and formed into a crochet diagram. Recommended crochet supplies: Crochet diagram pros: Easy to understand than the written format. Gives a complete idea about your project shape, before working on it. No language required. If a pattern is published in a language which we don't know, Then how to follow that? Crochet diagrams have no limitations like that. It's universal and anyone can understand that. It avoids confusion between the UK and the US terms. Some patterns will have both written and chart form. It's like a bonus for us for easy understanding. Crochet diagram cons: You have to count each and every stitch. It will be so hard if you are working on a complex project. It's difficult to keep track of the row count, if you are not marking it using a pen or highlighter. Crochet Symbols: Crochet has lots of different stitches. And obviously lots of crochet symbols. Here I'm not going to show crochet symbols in this blog. You can check out Craft Yarn Council website for standardized crochet symbols ( https://www.craftyarncouncil.com/standards/crochet-chart-symbols ). I don't want to bore you by duplicating the same contents here😜. If you are a beginner and want to try patterns which are in diagrammatic form: You can first learn basic symbols like chain, single crochet, double crochet, half double crochet, treble crochet, front post, back post, front loop, back loop & slip stitch. It's enough to follow simple crochet diagrams. There are lots of crochet diagrams than this. Like puff, popcorn, shell, crab, etc. Every stitch in crochet has symbolic representation. BTW, these are the combinations of basic symbols which I have mentioned before πŸ”Ί For Left handed crocheters: Just reflect the diagram and you are good to go. How to follow a diagram? Always take a look at the entire chartπŸ“ƒπŸ“œ. Make sure you know all the symbols mentioned in that. If you don't know any symbols, you can refer to the stitch keys which you can find anywhere near your diagram. Or simply searchπŸ”Ž in googleπŸ’». Always start from the starting point which is indicated by one arrow ➑. If you are working on a granny square or circle, your starting arrow will be in center β„β˜Έ. You can also find row numbers in the starting point of every row and it will be indicated in numbers (0, 1, 2, ...) By this you can keep track of your working rows. If you are using hard copy, feel free to mark completed rows using pen or highlighter πŸ–ŠπŸ–. Also you can do this on your phone, if you have a pen tool in it. Some charts might have blank space in some areas where only the starting and ending of the row is represented. For that empty space, just repeat the same stitches which are mentioned at the row starting. I hope this will give you some idea on how to read crochet diagrams. Comment me if you have any doubt. Connect: πŸ”— www.yarntoart.com πŸ˜„ Instagram : @yarntoart πŸ˜„ Facebook : YarntoArt πŸ˜„ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxNDnVi6maqMpyAJ_x1eQ_A?
Sencilla Summer Hat
Hey Lovelies! Have you seen Anchor Summer Fashion 2020? If you haven't watched, check this out! https://youtu.be/NoKEAm-ULJk?t=83 This video is powered by Anchor in collaboration with India Yarn Circle (IYC). In that, I made this Sencilla Summer Hat, which is very useful in summer and protects our face from scorching sun! This hat is my dream project. I just sketched this hat's outcome before making it. I decided to make it in minimalistic color and I also kept my costume in minimalistic way! This hat is so simple and beginner friendly. I enjoyed making this hat! Skill Level: Beginner Materials used: β€’ Anchor knitting cotton - 4060 - color: 926 Anchor knitting cotton - 4057 - color: 368 (Used for rose and belt) (Obviously, any cotton yarn above 4ply thickness will work) β€’ Hook size: 2.75mm Choose hook size according to your yarn β€’ Yarn needle β€’ Stitch marker Recommended crochet supplies: Abbreviation: β€’ sl - slip β€’ ch - chain β€’ sc – single crochet β€’ hdc – half double crochet β€’ dc – double crochet β€’ st(s) - stitch(es) β€’ rep - repeat β€’ *_* - Repeat stitches inside this star β€’ inc - increase β€’ MR- magic ring β€’ FL – front loop dc inc – 2 dc in same st hdc inc – 2 hdc in same st Size Chart: Pattern: Hat Base: sl knot, ch5, sl st in 1st ch to form a ring (If you are comfortable with MR, you can use that) round 1: ch3(always counts as 1 dc throughout this pattern), 11 dc in center ring, at last- sl st in 3rd chain of ch3. round 2: ch3, 1dc in same st (where sl st is made in previous row), 2dc in each st till end, at last- sl st in 3rd chain of ch3. (2dc in each st) round 3: ch3, *dc inc in next st, 1dc in next st* - rep till end, at last- sl st in 3rd chain of ch3. (1dc, 2dc, 1dc, 2dc, …) round 4: ch3, 1dc in same st (where sl st is made in previous row), *1dc in next st, 1dc in next st, dc inc in next st* - rep till end, at last- sl st in 3rd chain of ch3. (2dc, 1dc, 1dc, 2dc, 1dc, 1dc, …) round 5: (1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 2dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 2dc, …) round 6: (2dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 2dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, …) round 7: (1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 2dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 2dc, …) round 8: (2dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 2dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, …) (I made this in adult small size. So, I stopped at this round. If you want bigger size than mine, continue in this manner till you reach your desired head size. If you are making this hat for babies, you need not to continue till round 8. Check the measurement chart and work accordingly.) Note the round in which you are stopping. In my case (inc, 6dc(s), inc, 6 dc(s), …) Tip: how to measure head size? After making hat base (rounds) measure that circle, when you get your desired crown size (refer chart), stop the base round and continue body of the hat. Hat Body: round 9: ch3, *1dc on each st* - rep till end, at last- sl st in 3rd chain of ch3. rep round 9 until you reach your hat height. I worked till round 20 for my size. It’s up to you, everyone’s forehead size will be different. So, at this point, take your hook off, try it on your head. Or you can follow the hat height mentioned in the chart. Come on, if you are making this hat for yourself, you can try it. Put it on your head. Wow! you look so beautiful! Brim: β€’ ch1, 1hdc on same st, 1 FL hdc in each st till end, ch 60 (you can make any number of ch(s), these chains will turn into a bow), sl st in 1st hdc. Note: ch(s) you are making in this row, determines the width of the bow. I mean, bow size from left to right. If you want a huge bow, you can increase the number of ch(s). After this round, we will not make sl st at the end to join the end. We will work in round without joining. Also note where you have stopped at the hat base. (In my case, I stopped at round 8 which is inc, 6 dc(s), inc, 6dc(s), ….) β€’ Now, in this round, work (7hdc inc, 7hdc(s), 7hdc inc, 7 hdc(s), ….) Note: You also have to work on the ch(s) you made. β€’ Next round, work (8hdc inc, 8hdc(s), 8hdc inc, 8 hdc(s), ….) β€’ Next round, work (9hdc inc, 9hdc(s), 9hdc inc, 9 hdc(s), ….) β€’ Work in this style, until you get desired brim size. Note that, if you want to increase your brim size, simultaneously your bow size will increase. Last Round: Work 1sl st on each st (work tightly). This will make your brim stiff and sturdy. Bow formation: You will get a large hole, where you have made extra ch(s). We are going to convert that into a beautiful bow. Fold your brim twice of both sides. Keep everything in place and sew it with hat body using yarn needle (refer images) To cover joining portion of the brim: Take same color yarn, β€’ ch6, sc from 2nd ch from hook till end, β€’ *ch1, turn, 1sc on each st* - rep 9 more times (You will get a small strip) By using this strip, cover the joining portion of the bow and sew it using yarn needle. After joining everything, Try it on your head. Your Sencilla summer hat is ready. Attach any applique if you like. If you want to try the same rose applique which I have used: https://www.yarntoart.com/post/rose-applique Attach belt if you want, just make ch(s) and dc(s) to make that. check out my other appliques : Bow: https://www.yarntoart.com/post/bow-headband You can also use this appliques on hat! If you want to download this pattern : Ravelry Store Voila!!! Pretty!!! Your Sencilla Summer Hat is ready !!! 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Hazel Baby Bonnet
Hello lovelies, Hazel Bonnet is another beginner friendly pattern. Bonnet I made is for 0 -3 months baby. You can check measurements for other sizes (down). You can make this bonnet from new born to adult size. This pattern does not include ears and appliques. You can attach any appliques as you wish. Feel free to tag me in Instagram if you made this bonnet. check out my other appliques : Rose: https://www.yarntoart.com/post/rose-applique Bow: https://www.yarntoart.com/post/bow-headband You can also use this appliques on bonnet! Skill Level: Beginner Materials used: β€’ Yarn: Ganga Merino Wool (Shade bottle green) Obviously any kind of yarn can be used!!! β€’ Hook size: 4.50mm Choose hook size according to your yarn β€’ Yarn needle β€’ Stitch marker Recommended crochet supplies: Notes: β€’ Written instruction will only cover 0-3-month baby β€’ For other sizes: size chart is provided β€’ This pattern does not include ears and appliques. You can attach any appliques as you wish. Abbreviation: β€’ sl - slip β€’ ch - chain β€’ sc – single crochet β€’ hdc – half double crochet β€’ dc – double crochet β€’ st(s) - stitch(es) β€’ rep - repeat β€’ *_* - Repeat stitches inside this star β€’ sk - skip β€’ inc - increase Size Chart: (Approx) Alternative option for yarn: Pattern: ch4, sl st in 1st st (forms ring) round 1: ch3 (always counts as 1dc), 11dc(s), sl st in 3rd ch at last round 2: ch3, 1dc in same st (where ch3 is coming out), *2dc(s) in each st* - rep, sl st in 3rd ch at last round 3: ch3, *2dc in next st (known as inc), 1dc* - rep, sl st in 3rd ch at last round 4: ch3, 1dc in same st (where ch3 is coming out), *1dc, 1dc, 2dc* - rep, sl st in 3rd ch at last Note: Since I got my desired crown measurement at this stage, I stopped increasing. If you are making for other size, you have to increase in each row. For example: next row should be [1dc, 1dc, 1dc, inc], next row [1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, inc], etc... When you get your desired crown measurement, continue round 5. round 1: ch3, 1dc in each st (except: last 2 st(s) for babies, last 3 st(s) for children, 5st(s) for adult) round 2: ch1, turn, 1hdc in 1st st, 1hdc on each st till end round 3: rep round 2 round 4: ch1, turn, 1hdc in 1st st, *1sl st, 1hdc* - rep till end round 5: ch1, turn, sl st in 1st st, *1hdc, 1 sl st* - rep till end Note: 1 sl st on top of hdc, 1hdc on top of sl st round 6: rep round 5 as much as your hat height (ref table) Last Round: ch1, turn, work 1 hdc on each st till end, For Strap: ch80(you can make as much as you want), work 1sc on each ch till the starting point of the strap, continue 1sc on top of hdc(c) till other end, For Strap: ch80(you can make as much as you want), work 1sc on each ch till the starting point of the strap. Optional: β€’ you can work 1sc on each st in the neck space β€’ You can also attach pop-pom to strap, or use any applique or ears on top the head. (ref img below) Voila!!! Awesome!!! Your bonnet is ready !!! Connect: πŸ”— www.yarntoart.com πŸ˜„ Instagram : @yarntoart πŸ˜„ Facebook : YarntoArt πŸ˜„ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxNDnVi6maqMpyAJ_x1eQ_A?
Butterfly Sleet Baby Blanket
Hi guys! What’s up? Butterflies are nature's angels. Today we are gonna create lot of angelsπŸ‘Ό Take a look at this beautiful Butterfly Sleet baby blanketπŸ¦‹. This is a square blanket with beautiful border. This pattern can be customized to any size. And you can use this as baby blanket or make it bigger for adult blanket or use this as sofa throw. Anyways butterflies gonna pop up your place. Skill Level: Intermediate Materials used: Yarn: Ice Camilla Cotton Magic and Anchor knitting cotton 4057 in shade (104 and white) Hook: (size: 2.5) Yarn needle Stitch marker Recommended Crochet Supplies: Abbreviation: β€’ sl - slip β€’ ch - chain β€’ sc – single crochet β€’ hdc – half double crochet β€’ dc – double crochet β€’ tc - triple crochet β€’ st(s) - stitch(es) β€’ rep - repeat β€’ *_* - Repeat stitches inside this star β€’ sk - skip Pattern: ch 4, sl st in 1st ch and sl knot (forms ring) round 1: ch3(always counts as 1dc), 15dc in center ring, sl st in ch3 st to join. round 2: ch3, 1dc in same st, ch2, 2dc in same st (forms corner), *1dc in next 3 st(s), [2dc, ch2, 2dc] – in same st* rep this till row end, sl st in ch3 st to join. round 3: sl st, sl st in corner, ch 3, 1dc in same corner, ch2, 2dc in same corner, *ch6, sk 7 st(s) below and in next corner – [2dc, ch2, 2dc] * - rep this till end, sl st in ch3 st to join. round 4: sl st, sl st , ch3, 1dc in corner, ch2, 2dc in same corner, 1dc in next 2 st(s), *ch6, sk 6ch(s) below, 1dc in next 2 st(s), corner: [2dc, ch2, 2dc] , 1dc in next 2 st(s)* - rep till end, sl st in ch3 st to join. round 5: sl st, sl st, ch3, 1dc in corner, ch2, 2dc in same corner, dc in next 4 st(s), *ch3, tc in round 2, ch3, dc in next 4 st(s), corner: - [2dc, ch2, 2dc]* - rep till end, sl st in ch3 st to join. round 6: sl st, ch1, 1hdc in corner, ch2, 1hdc in same corner, 1hdc in each st – till end, sl st in 1st hdc to join. round 7: Like round 3: ch3, 1dc in same corner, ch2, 2dc in same corner, {*ch6, sk 7st(s) below, 1dc in next 7 st(s), ch6, sk 7 st(s) below *} – rep this until you reach corner. Corner: [2dc, ch2, 2dc], sl st in ch3 st to join. round 8: Like round 4: work same as round 4 pattern round 9: Like round 5: work same as round 5 pattern round 10: work same as round 6 pattern Continue this until you reach desired blanket size Border: round 1: *1dc, ch1, sk1 st and 1dc in next st* - rep till corner. In corner: [*1dc, ch1* - rep 3 more times] and again rep 1dc, ch1, sk1 st and 1dc in next st, at last sl st and join {In this round you will get slots} round 2: 1sc in one slot, ch4, 1 sc in next slot- rep this till corner. In corner: [1sc, ch4,1sc, ch4 1sc] – rep this in all corners. sl st to join {In this round you will get slots} round 3: 1sc in one slot, ch4, 1sc in next slot – rep this throughout this round, sl st and join Rep round 3 & 4 as many times as you want. Note: In each row: Position of butterfly will change and number of butterflies will increase. Always start from corner when starting a new row If you want simple border, work dc on each st throughout the round. Voila!!! Cozy!!! Your blanket is ready !!! Connect: πŸ”— www.yarntoart.com πŸ˜„ Instagram : @yarntoart πŸ˜„ Facebook : YarntoArt πŸ˜„ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxNDnVi6maqMpyAJ_x1eQ_A?
Rose Applique
Hello! Have you watched my recent Anchor X IYC collaboration video. I made a beautiful summer hat pattern for that video. And I Embellished it with this rose applique. You can use this applique on any crochet project , any dress, hair pins, bow, clips, or any other crafts. This will look pretty and can be customized to any size. πŸ’πŸŒΉ This applique can be used as an embellishment on any of your crochet projects, dress or any object. This can be made in any size, completely your wish. You can customize it to any size.🌷 Skill Level: Beginner Materials used: β€’ Yarn: Any yarn β€’ Hook size: Choose hook size according to your yarn β€’ Yarn needle β€’ Stitch marker Recommended crochet supplies: Abbreviation: β€’ sl - slip β€’ ch - chain β€’ sc – single crochet β€’ hdc – half double crochet β€’ dc – double crochet β€’ st(s) - stitch(es) β€’ rep - repeat β€’ *_* - Repeat stitches inside this star β€’ sk - skip Pattern: β€’ sl knot, β€’ ch (as much as you want – this determines number of petals in our rose) Note: ➒ I used 200 ch(s) for big rose and I used Anchor knitting cotton 4057 in shade 368 (thin yarn) ➒ I used 50 ch(s) for small rose and I used normal acrylic yarn ➒ Rose size will vary according to your yarn type, yarn size and hook size β€’ sc on 2 nd ch from hook, sc(s) on each st(s) till the end β€’ ch4, turn, sk 1 st, dc on next st, *ch1, sk 1 st, dc on next st* - rep till end (in this row you will get small square slots) β€’ ch1, turn, sc in 1st slot, *8hdc in next slot, sc in next slot* - rep 3 more times Note: This determines number of small petals in our rose. If you are working on big rose, you can have more small petals. It’s up to you can decide how your rose should be. *8dc in next slot, sc in next slot* - rep this till end of this row β€’ leave enough yarn for weaving your rose and snip the yarn β€’ Refer images for turning this into rose β€’ Roll your work in rose shape β€’ Roll it evenly on both sides. Don’t roll loosely β€’ You will get perfect rose shape β€’ Make sure that back side of the rose is flat β€’ After that, using yarn needle, weave in the rose β€’ Insert needle from one end to another end of the rose. Repeat this until your rose is completely secured. β€’ If you are attaching this applique on any other finished object, leave the excess yarn as it is. Later you can use that for stitching. β€’ Your rose is completed. Wow . It looks awesome Voila!!! So cute!!! Your rose is ready !!! Connect: πŸ”— www.yarntoart.com πŸ˜„ Instagram : @yarntoart πŸ˜„ Facebook : YarntoArt πŸ˜„ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxNDnVi6maqMpyAJ_x1eQ_A?
How to choose perfect yarn color for crochet / knitting?
6 Tips to choose perfect yarn color 🧢🎨: Have you ever wondered how to choose the perfect yarn color for your crochet or knitting project? How do we select which colors will look good together and which colors won’t? We always have some doubt when it comes to color selection. Picking perfect colors and perfect types of yarn should be the first step of your work. Color selection is very important for good appearance. Colors can change your mood & it can communicate without any language. Not only for crochet or knitting this blog will help every person. You can implement these techniques for your home, art, shopping etc and this can be replicated in any products. When we work in color combinations, the outcome should be pleasant to our eyes and to our photographs. It should not be striking our eyes and create bad impression of that product. Color is a power which directly influences the soul. ~Wassily Kandinsky Today we are going to see 6 tips to choose perfect yarn color: Recommended Crochet Supplies: 1) Color Wheel 🎑 We have studied about color wheels in our schools. But no one will think about that while picking perfect colors. And some people don’t know how to use a color wheel. Let me help you. First, we can talk about color schemes and its properties: How color forms? πŸ§ͺ There are 3 primary colors – Red, Yellow, Blue. While mixing two primary colors we will get secondary colors like – green, orange etc. While mixing two colors we will get tertiary colors like – sky blue, burgundy etc. Color Schemes: 1. Monochromatic: Monochromatic colors scheme will have one base color and different shades of the same color. This color combination cannot go wrong. It will match 100% for everyone. This will look very subtle and decent. 2. Complementary: Complementary colors are opposite to each other on color wheel. This color scheme will add contrast to your project. And your project will be brighter. You can use different shades of the same color to make it more beautiful. 3. Analogous: Analogous are colors which are next to each other. This will give you many unique & inspiring colors. This analogous color scheme will result in abrupt color change if you use equal amount of colors in your project. To avoid that pick one main color and use other colors for decorations or embellishments. 4. Split Complementary: Split complementary uses either side of the complementary colors. This will result in imperfect triangular shape. Play with different shade of colors to get more interesting results. Like complementary color scheme, this will also give contrast to your project. Don’t go for bright colors if you use this scheme. 5. Triadic: Triadic color schemes have evenly spaced colors. It will result in perfect triangular shape. This scheme will be striking to your eyes. This color scheme will look too bold and vibrant if you choose a darker shade of colors and it will be in high contrast. Be careful while choosing this color scheme. Better to use lighter shades of colors together. 6. Tetradic: This color scheme uses two complementary color pairs. It will result in rectangular shape. To make it more unique pick one dominant color and use other 3 colors for decorations. I think now you got an idea about color wheels. Using this technique, you can become a pro in color selection. How to balance colors? πŸ‘©β€πŸ”¬ Now we are going to talk about colors that I didn’t show in the color wheel. Yes! It’s black and white. Usually, when we paint, we will mix white to some color to make it lighter, or we will mix black to make it darker. For example: Pick red color and mix some white to it, it will turn into pink or if we add black, it will turn into maroon red. That’s the concept now. If you want to make your project soft and subtle, you can use white color + any other color of your preference. Or If you want to make your project pop up and contrast, add black color to your project. It’s as simple as that. Black will make it contrast and white will make it subtle. Other than that, we have two more balancing colors, that is grey and beige (or any nude color). Beige goes well with almost all colors. Even if it is a dark shade or light shade, beige will match to that color. So, using beige is like lying in the safe zone. If you are not sure about which color to use to balance our project, you can blindly use beige or nude color. And grey also helps to balance your project colors. There are many shades in grey. Again, you have to keep that one concept in mind. Lighter shade will make your project subtle. That is, light grey makes your project subtle and dark grey will make it contrast. And another option those who love minimalism, can pick these four minimalistic colors (black, white, nude, grey). This color combo will always give great results. 100% 2) Color from nature: 🏞 Nature always surprises us. It always has beautiful color combos. When you see anything beautiful in nature, like sunrise, plants or flowers, you may think that the colors are so pretty and it is beautifully blended together. We will always love nature’s color palette. Why not use that for our project? So next time, if you see anything beautiful in nature, note the colors, or take a snap of that scene. Later you can use that photo when you want to pick colors for your project. 3) Pinterest πŸ“Œ Another easy way to get a color palette is Pinterest. There are plenty of color palette boards available in Pinterest. Just you can search color palettes in the search bar. It will show you thousands of color palettes. Or else you can refer to any picture in Pinterest to pick a suitable color palette. As I said above, when you see a beautiful image in Pinterest you can save it and later you can refer to it. Or else, if you are following any crocheters / knitters or anyone related to your field, you can refer to their finished projects. See how they made color combinations for their product. You can use like that or you can make some alterations in that color combos. 4) Colors from photograph 🀳 You can also use your own or any downloaded photographs to pull colors and turn into an awesome color palette. For example: In Instagram story, Choose any photograph of your choice Select brush tool in top right corner You can find an eyedropper tool in the bottom left corner, by using that to pull some colors from your photograph, and make some paint blobs in your photos. Pull as many colors as you want, until you are satisfied with your final color palette. Then screenshot it or download it, later you can use that for your project. 5) Color palette websites πŸ•Έ Other than Pinterest, there are lots of color palette websites available. Just type color palette website in google. You will find lots of websites which have a number of color palettes. Some are free to download and some websites are paid. You can choose anything you like. 6) Artistic skill πŸ‘©β€πŸŽ¨ If you love to be artistic, you are good to go. Take any of your art materials, sketches, watercolors, whatever you have with you. Play with some colors. Create your own color palette. After a few trial and errors, you will get an awesome color palette. You can use that too. I hope now you got some idea about choosing perfect color combinations for your projects. If this blog helps you, leave me a comment below.
Coral Flared Baby Skirt
Hello! I came up with this beautiful flared baby girl skirtπŸ₯°. Look at this cuteness. After making this skirt, I felt like I have to make one skirt for myself! 😁 Okay! I made this mini skirt for 6-12 months baby . And I have also included size chat for 0-24 months. Check that out. You can also increase the height of the skirt. Just play around with different types of yarn and colors. You can wear this as normal skirt or else wear this skirt on top of legging (ballerina type).πŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒ Skill Level: Intermediate Materials used: β€’ Yarn: Nako Hosgeldin Soft (Color: Light Coral) β€’ Hook size: (size: 2.5 or 2.75mm) β€’ Yarn needle β€’ Stitch marker Recommended Crochet Supplies: Abbreviation: β€’ sl - slip β€’ ch - chain β€’ sc – single crochet β€’ hdc – half double crochet β€’ dc – double crochet β€’ st(s) - stitch(es) β€’ rep - repeat β€’ *_* - Repeat stitches inside this star β€’ sk - skip Pattern: Waist Ribbing: Ch 21 (Foundation ch(s)) Row 1: hdc from 2nd ch from the hook, hdc(s) on each st, *ch1, turn Row 2: Back loop hdc(s) on each st * - rep until you get desired waist size. Join both ends of the waist ribbing using sl st. (make sure to work in back loops on one side & opposite side has no back loops because it is the foundation ch you made) Flared Skirt: After joining both ends together, start working in one corner of the ribbing, Row 1: Ch3, dc(s) on each st (You have to work this approx. since there will be no exact stitch definition in the corner), at last make sl st to join in the 3 rd ch we made at the row beginning. Row 2: Ch3, 2dc(s) on same st, ch1, 3dc(s) on same st, *sk 2 st(s), 3dc, ch1, 3dc on next st* - rep throughout this row, at last make sl st in 3rd ch we made at the row beginning and join, sl st in next st Row 3: Ch3, 1dc in next st, (1dc, ch1,1dc – in ch1 space of previous row), dc in next 2 st(s), * sk 2 st(s), dc in next 2 st(s), (1dc, ch1,1dc – in ch1 space of previous row), dc in next 2 st(s)* - rep, at last sl st and join, sl st in next st Row 4: Ch3, 1dc in next st, (2dc, ch1, 2dc – in ch1 space of previous row), dc(s) in next 2 st(s), *sk 2 st(s), dc in next 2 st(s), (2dc, ch1, 2dc – in ch1 space of previous row), dc in next 2 st(s) – rep, sl st and join, sl st in next st Row 5: Ch3, dc in next 2 st(s), (1dc, ch1,1dc – in ch1 space of previous row), dc in next 3 st(s), *sk 2 st(s), dc in next 3 st(s), (1dc, ch1, 1dc – in ch1 space of previous row), dc in next 3 st(s) – rep, sl st and join, sl st in next st Row 6: Ch3, dc in next 2 st(s), (2dc, ch1, 2dc – in ch1 space of previous row), dc in next 3 st(s), *sk 2 st(s), dc in next 3 st(s), (2dc, ch1, 2dc – in ch1 space of previous row), dc in next 3 st(s) – rep, sl st and join, sl st in next st Row 7: Ch3, dc in next 3 st(s), (2dc, ch1, 2dc – in ch1 space of previous row), dc in next 4 st(s), *sk 2 st(s), dc in next 4 st(s), (2dc, ch1, 2dc – in ch1 space of previous row), dc in next 4 st(s) – rep, sl st and join, sl st in next st Note that in each row, motifs are getting bigger by adding one extra st in each side of motif Rep like this till you get desired length. Note: β€’You can make this skirt in any size (0-24 months). Refer size chart given above β€’ I made this as mini skirt, you can also increase the rep rows and make full skirt or knee length skirt β€’ If waist of the skirt is loose, make one string to tie. Make long ch(s) and sc(s) on each ch(s), insert in the gaps of ribbing hdc(s). Ref image below. β€’ Attach tassels or beads if you wish. Voila!!! So cute!!! Your hair band is ready !!! Connect: πŸ”— www.yarntoart.com πŸ˜„ Instagram : @yarntoart πŸ˜„ Facebook : YarntoArt πŸ˜„ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxNDnVi6maqMpyAJ_x1eQ_A?
Primrose Scarf
Hello ! Check out this new Primrose Scarf. I used 2 skeins of color A and 2 skeins of color B. You can use single color or 2 different colors. And you can also try variegated yarn. Or else use can use 3 different colors in this pattern. Use color C for joining motifs. Just feel free to play with your colors. This scarf can be used as normal shawl, rectangular scarf, cowl, infinity scarf or some fashion statement to your attire! Skill Level: Advanced Materials used: β€’ Yarn: StyleCraft Special DK & Nako Saten color: Pale rose(A), Dark corn silk (B) β€’ Hook size: 3.50mm (E) β€’ Yarn needle β€’ Stitch marker Recommended crochet supplies: Abbreviation: β€’ sl - slip β€’ ch - chain β€’ sc – single crochet β€’ dc –double crochet β€’ tc – triple crochet β€’ st(s) - stitch(es) β€’ rep - repeat β€’ *_* - Repeat stitches inside this star β€’ *{ _ }* - repeat stitches inside this {} β€’ *[ _ ]* - repeat stitches inside this [] β€’ *# _ #* - repeat stitches inside this ## β€’ sk – skip ❖ NF – new flower ❖ OF – old flower Pattern: Flower motifs: [ref image 1.a.,] Color A 1. Ch 5, sl st in 1st ch and make ring 2. *ch3 (counts as 1st dc), 3dc in same ring, ch3 (counts as 4th dc), make sl st in the center ring* - rep 3 more times {You will get 4 petals} 3. Slots [ref image 1.b.,]: turn back flower, *ch3, grab two yarns (approx) in connecting point of two petals [ref image 1.c.,] make sc* - rep 3 more times {You will get 4 slots} snip the yarn and weave in loose ends. Color B 4. attach new yarn in any slot, *ch4, 4tc in same slot, ch4, sl st in same slot, sl st in next slot* - rep 3 more times {You will get 4 outer petals} snip the yarn and weave in loose ends. Connecting motifs: Horizontal Color A 1. sc(s) in each st of any petal Total: 6sc(s) , *ch6, sc(s) in next petal 2. connect NF, 3sc(s) in NF petal, turn OF back side and connect this NF to 3rd sc of previously worked OF, sc in 4th st of NF, turn OF back side and connect this NF to 4th sc of previously worked OF, sc in 5th and 6th st of NF 3. ch3, turn both flowers back & connect to already worked 6 chain space and make sc 4. ch3, turn both flowers front & sc(s) on next petal of NF Total: 6sc(s) * - rep rep this to connect flowers horizontal. After connecting all horizontal motifs: 5. *# ch6, sc(s) on each st of next petal, ch6, sc(s) on each st of next petal, ch3, connect to ch space and make sc in center, ch3, connect to next flower petal and make sc(s)#* - rep rep this throughout your horizontal row. Connecting motifs: Vertical Note: always connect vertically from left to right 1. *{ch6, connect to NF and make 3 sc(s) 2. turn OF back side and connect this NF to 3rd sc of previously worked OF, sc in 4th st of NF, turn OF back side and connect this NF to 4th sc of previously worked OF, sc in 5 th and 6th st of NF 3. ch3, connect to ch space and make sc in center 4. ch3, turn,}* sc(s) on each st of NF petal. 5. *[…*{Rep}*, 3 sc(s), turn OF back side and connect this NF to 3rd sc of top OF, sc in 4th st of NF, turn OF back side and connect this NF to 4th sc of top OF, sc in 5th and 6 th st of NF] * 6. *[Rep]* - rep this to connect motifs vertically 7. *# rep #* - this row should be repeated after connecting each row of motifs Note: ➒ You can use any border for your scarf. I used simple dc border ➒ Attach tassels if you wish. I used Color A inner motif as tassels ➒ You can make this scarf in any size. I connected 4 flowers horizontally and 35 flowers vertically. So, it’s little bigger than scarf length. ➒ This scarf can be used as shawl, rectangular scarf, infinity scarf or cowl. Or you can simply use it as a fashion statement to your attire. Refer final images for different ways to wear this scarf. ➒ I used 2 skeins of Color A and 2 skeins of Color B ➒ You can use single color or two different colors or single variegated color. Or else you can use third different color for connecting motifs of the scarf. Voila!!! Your Scarf is ready !!! Connect: πŸ”— www.yarntoart.com πŸ˜„ Instagram : @yarntoart πŸ˜„ Facebook : YarntoArt πŸ˜„ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxNDnVi6maqMpyAJ_x1eQ_A?
Best Yarn for Summer
Are you feeling like sitting in furnace in this summer? Are you crocheting / knitting with sweaty hands and feeling frustrated? Are you giving up your crochet hook / knitting needle in this summer? I’m here to solve all these problems by selecting perfect yarn for summer. It is very hard to find suitable yarn for our climatic condition. I know that summer is awful for knitting, crocheting and any other yarn works. It’s really tough to work with woolen or acrylic yarn, since it will badly sweat your hands. With that wet hands, you can’t do any yarn works. It will make you feel irritated and frustrated. Your health may also spoil. Obviously, you can’t use the wearable products made with woolen or acrylic yarn. It is very important to choose the perfect yarn accordingly. So, don’t worry I’m here for you to help. In this blog I’m going to share perfect yarn for summer and my favorite summer yarns. In winter we have to choose wearable which trap the heat in. Likewise, in summer we have to choose wearable which is very light weight and breezy. How to choose yarns for summer projects? For summer projects you have to use light weight or thin yarns. And for winter use thicker or chunky yarns. So that, it can trap the heat in. And second most important thing is, select plant-based yarn for summer. And animal-based yarns / synthetic yarns are meant for winters. Plant-based yarns tends to have cooling nature and animal based are opposite, it will keep you warm. Recommended Crochet Supplies: Yarn classification: Natural: 1) Plant-based ex: cotton, bamboo 2) Animal-based ex: wool Synthetic: ex: acrylic, polyester Blended: ex: natural + synthetic, synthetic + synthetic, natural + natural Okay! As I mentioned above, we can use plant-based yarn. Or we can also use blended yarn which has more plant-based fiber in it. Now let’s see what are all the yarn options we have in India: Cotton & Bamboo: As we all know cotton is best for summer. 100% cotton yarns are perfect. But some cotton yarns will be soft and some will be rough. So, while you are choosing yarn for wearing projects go for soft cotton yarn. And second option, you can also choose blended yarn which has more plant-based material in it. For example: cotton- 60% viscose-40% And another best yarn is bamboo yarn or bamboo blended yarn. And another option is cotton threads- like crochet cotton thread or knitting cotton thread. Since these are so thin, it will consume lot of time to complete the project. If you have more time, I highly recommend cotton threads. You can also use mercerized cotton thread. Mercerized cotton is nothing but 100% cotton which under goes mercerization process. Which means extra shine, lustrous is added and it improves dye uptake and tear strength, reduces fabric shrinkage. Projects made with mercerized cotton can be used for really long time. Maybe you can pass your projects over generations. You can wash it as many times as you want, the color and finish will last long. And projects made using this yarn will be more drapey, it won't be stiff. Isn’t that cool? Yeah! I just love mercerized cotton yarn. Can we use acrylic yarn in summer? Does acrylic make our body cool? – Definitely not. But you can use some kind of acrylic yarn for summer. It depends on what kind of projects you are making. How to choose which kind of acrylic is best for summer? Very simple: Don’t select the yarn which has plasticky or polyester feel in it. Or else you can go for swatch test. Make a small crochet/ knitting swatch using acrylic yarn, wash it either by hand or machine. After drying, feel the material. If it feels scratchy or sweaty, avoid that kind of acrylic yarn. If it feels soft, you can go for it. Tip: While buying acrylic yarn for summer project, check out the yarn label whether it has mentioned, soft acrylic or baby soft acrylic. So, it’s not like that we cannot use acrylic yarn for summer. You can use it, it’s up to you. Make some loose stitch / lacy stitch for summer projects. Don’t make dense stitches like moss or waist coat stitch. Linen: Who doesn’t love linen? Linens are super comfortable during summer. So, you can use linen or linen blended yarn for summer projects. Silk: What? Silk? Yeah! you heard it right! It’s Silk…. How? Wearing silk sarees will be so sweaty during summer. How can we use silk yarn for summer projects? Definitely you can go for silk yarns. You know what? Silk yarns are very special. It has one unique special property, that, it will keep you cool in summer and warm in winter. No other yarn has this special property rather than silk. We can use silk in all climates. Isn’t that amazing? In India, silks are very special and we all love silk. And it is easily available in markets. Only thing about silk yarn is, it’s costly compared to other yarns. We can definitely use silk or silk blended yarn for summer. Points to remember while making summer projects: - use thin and light weight yarn. - use loose / lacy stitches. Now let’s see some of my favorite and summer yarn availability in India: Pradhan Embroidery store: 1) GulEra 3ply cotton – This is very soft and can be use for baby projects and wearable projects or any kind of projects. This is one of my favorites. 2) GulEra chainlet 6ply cotton – This is little thick and cannot be used for baby projects. 3) Anchor crochet / knitting cotton – My all-time favorite. I love this yarn 4) Baroque crochet cotton 5) GulEra T-shirt yarn – Can be used for decors, bags or baskets. Pony Craft Store: 1) Nako calico – Super soft. It can be used for all kind of projects. This is one of my favorites. 2) Nako frizzy 3) Nako hosgeldin soft – Bamboo Blended. Again, it’s super soft and cool. This is one of my favorites. 4) Nako fiore 5) RedHeart crochet cotton Vardhman Knitting Yarn: 1) Vardhman farrago 2) Vardhman grandeur 3) Vardhman cotone – Beautiful pastel colors. So soft. This is one of my favorites. Yarn Kart: Linen, silk and cotton yarns are available. Yarn addict: StyleCraft and Ice yarns are available. I love both the brands. Especially I love Camilla Cotton yarn from Ice yarn for summer. Sunrayscreation: Super quality silk blended yarns are available . Magic Needles: Nako, kotton yarns are available. The Happy Hands Store: Some imported yarns are available If you have tried any other yarn options, feel free to comment below! Keep crocheting! Bye!
Cuddly Bobble Cardigan
Hello ! Check out my new cuddly bobble sleeve cardigan. Bobble sleeve cardigan is on trend now-a-days. I just love the bobblicious texture on my sleeve. And I love the color of my Stylecraft yarn. (Obviously you can use any DK yarn) Skill Level: Intermediate Materials used: β€’ Yarn: StyleCraft Special DK color: sage(A), duckegg (B), midnight(C) β€’ Hook size: 4.50mm β€’ Yarn needle β€’ Stitch marker Recommended crochet supplies: Abbreviation: β€’ sl - slip β€’ ch - chain β€’ sc – single crochet β€’ hdc – half double crochet β€’ st(s) - stitch(es) β€’ rep - repeat β€’ *_* - Repeat stitches inside this star β€’ sk - skip Pattern: Sizing guide: XS (S, M, L) Textures: ch1, turn, *sl st, hdc* - rep. In next row, alternate the st(s). Make hdc on top of sl st and sl st on top of hdc – rep Bobbles: 1. Yarn over, insert hook into stitch and pull up a loop. Yarn over, pull through two. (This is essentially completing the first half of one double crochet stitch.) 2. Repeat number one in the same stitch/space until you have a total of 6 loops on your hook. 3. Yarn over, pull through all 6 loops at once. (It helps to keep this part a bit tighter than the rest. 4. Single crochet in next stitch. Back Panel: ch 71(79, 87, 95) Color A Row 1: sc from 2nd ch from the hook until last st. Total: 70(78, 86, 95) Row 2: ch1, turn sc in each st – rep for 15 rows Color B rep Row 2 for 15 rows Color C rep Row 2 for 5 rows Color B rep Row 2 for 10 rows Color A Texture row (refer above) – rep for 10 rows rep Row 2 for 5 rows Color C rep Row 2 for 5 rows Color A rep Row 2 for 10 rows Note: Totally, I worked 75 rows. It’s your wish you can longer / shorter the cardigan by increasing / decreasing the number of rows. Do not cut the yarn! Continue directly Front Panel – 1 instruction. Front Panel – 1: I worked color combination same as back panel. Color A Row 1: ch1, turn, sc 33(36, 40, 44) st(s) Row 2: ch1, turn, sc in each st until last Total: 33(36, 40, 44) rep Row 2 for 10 rows Color C rep Row 2 for 5 rows Color A rep Row 2 for 5 rows Texture row (refer above) – rep for 10 rows Color B rep Row 2 for 10 rows Color C rep Row 2 for 5 rows Color B rep Row 2 for 15 rows Color A rep Row 2 for 15 rows Note: Totally, I worked 75 rows. If you altered the number of rows in the back panel, make sure you alter the same in front panels. Front Panel – 2: count from last st of Front Panel – 1. sk 4(4, 6, 8) st(s). Insert new yarn and work same as Front Panel – 1. Sleeves: x 2 Color A ch 31(35, 39, 42) Row 1: sc from 2nd ch from the hook, make sc(s) in each st. Total: 30(36, 38, 41) Row 2: ch1, turn, *sc(s) 5(6,7,7), 2sc in same st – (increase)* - rep 3 more times, sc(s) in remaining st(s) except last one. In last st make increase. Row 3: ch1, turn, sc(s) in each st Row 4: ch1, turn, sc(s) in each st Row 5: ch1, turn, sc(s) in each st, increase in last st Note: make sure to increase in last st after 2 rows throughout the sleeves. (make this including in bobble rows) Rep Rows 3 – 5 until bobble rows. (I made 35 rows; you can make any number of rows. It’s your wish. In between I changed Color C for 5 rows) If you wish you can also make texture row. Bobbles Row: 1. ch1, turn, 5 sc, *Bobble (refer above), 5sc (count including bobble finishing sc) * - rep until last, make sc(s) to the remaining st(s) at the last. 2. ch1, turn, sc in each st (make sure you put sc on top of the bobbles) 3. ch1, turn, 4sc, *Bobble, Bobble, 3sc (count including bobble finishing sc) * - rep until last, make sc(s) to the remaining st(s) at the last. It’s my increase row. make sure you increase after 2 rows. 4. ch1, turn, sc in each st (make sure you put sc on top of the bobbles). 5. ch1, turn, 5 sc, *Bobble (refer above), 5sc (count including bobble finishing sc) * - rep until last, make sc(s) to the remaining st(s) at the last. 6. ch1, turn, sc in each st (make sure you put sc on top of the bobbles). It’s my increase row. make sure you increase after 2 rows. Note: After Bobble rows rep row 3-5 twice, again bobble row (I made 3 sets of bobble rows) – repeat until you get your armhole size. You can increase / decrease rows to make your sleeves longer / shorter. Note that increasing number of rows will increase armhole size. Sleeve Ribbing: x 2 ch 16 Row 1: sc from 2nd ch from the hook until last st. Total: 15 Row 2: ch1, turn, sc on each st(s) Row 3: ch1, turn sc in back loop only on each st(s) rep Row 3 until piece measures the same length as the width of the cuff – approx. I made 25 rows Body Ribbing: ch 11 Row 1: sc from 2nd ch from the hook until last st. Total: 10 Row 2: ch1, turn, sc on each st(s) Row 3: ch1, turn sc in back loop only on each st(s) rep Row 3 until piece measures the same length as the width of the back panel + 2 front panels – approx. I made 130 rows Assemble: 1. Turn your work backside (wrong side facing up) while seeming. 2. Whip stitch sleeve ribbing and sleeve cuff 3. Fold sleeves into half-length and whip stitch sides together 4. Fold front panel on top of back panel 5. Measure armhole size of your sleeve and mark using stitch marker 6. Whip stitch back panel and front panel below the stitch marker 7. Whip stitch the body ribbing to bottom of the front and back panels 8. Whip stitch and join sleeves to the armhole area of the cardigan (above the stitch marker) 9. Weave in all your ends 10. Fasten off Note: β€’ You can also make this cardigan using 2 colors or single color β€’ It takes 4 skeins of yarn for my size (You will get a lot of excess yarn in 4th skein) β€’ You can add bobble and texture rows as per your wish β€’ Length of the body and sleeve can be adjusted as per your wish Voila!!! Cozy!!! Your cardigan is ready !!! Connect: πŸ”— www.yarntoart.com πŸ˜„ Instagram : @yarntoart πŸ˜„ Facebook : YarntoArt πŸ˜„ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxNDnVi6maqMpyAJ_x1eQ_A?
Bow Headband
Hello! Today I designed this cute women accessories. In first part I'll be showing head band and in second part cute little bow. You can make this headband in any size (even for kids). Even beginners can try this headband. There is nothing difficult in this tutorial. Only single crochets, chains and slip stitches are used. This simplicity adds more cuteness to this accessory. Skill Level: Beginner Materials used: β€’ Yarn: Ganga Spectrum (Shade: black brown white) β€’ Hook size: 3.50mm (E) β€’ Yarn needle β€’ Stitch marker Recommended crochet supplies: Abbreviation: β€’ sl - slip β€’ ch - chain β€’ sc – single crochet β€’ st(s) - stitch(es) β€’ rep - repeat β€’ *_* - Repeat stitches inside this star Pattern: Headband: β€’ ch 9 β€’ sc in 2nd chain from the hook & make sc’s in each chain. Total – 8 st(s) β€’ *ch1, turn your work, sc in back loop across all the st(s)* - rep β€’ rep until you get the desired head size (~you will get a long strap) β€’ join another end of the strap, grab back loop in one end and 1 st st from other end, make sl st across all the 8 st(s) Bow: β€’ ch 6 β€’ sc in 2nd chain from the hook & make sc’s in each chain. Total – 5 st(s) β€’ *ch1, turn your work, sc across all the st(s)* - rep rep until you get the desired bow size Note: ➒ To increase the width of your head band and bow, increase the number of chains. ➒ To increase the height of your headband and bow, increase the number of rep rows. ➒ Attach your bow in headband using safety pin or sew it using yarn needle ➒ You can also use this bow as a pin by attaching it with bobby pin Voila!!! So cute!!! Your hair band is ready !!! Connect: πŸ”— www.yarntoart.com πŸ˜„ Instagram : @yarntoart πŸ˜„ Facebook : YarntoArt πŸ˜„ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxNDnVi6maqMpyAJ_x1eQ_A?
Crochet teddy bear amigurumi
Hello everyone! I made a big crochet teddy bear amigurumi. His name is Mr. Poppa 😁. If you guys had followed me on InstagramπŸ“± you would have known about Mr. Slate. It's a small teddy bear. He will be sitting alone all the time. So I thought of making one big teddy amigurumi.🐻 Poppa teddy bear amigurumi will be our driving buddy. I made this amigurumi for my car. This amigurumi is so plushy and I love it so much. It's color and softness is irresistible! I made a small teddy bear using 4 ply acrylic yarn and this big amigurumi using chenille yarn.🧢 Using Acrylic or cotton yarn will take a huge amount of time and effort to complete. Why did I use chenille yarn? Easy to work and the project will grow faster. I completed this amigurumi in 1 day. If you want to make big amigurumi toys and you don't have that much time or patience to complete, better go with chenille yarn. It will be so soft and plushy.πŸ€— FYI, This pattern is not mine. I randomly searched google and found some patterns and made some changes to obtain this result. If you want some idea I'll include some reference pattern below: [ These are free crochet amigurumi patterns ] https://in.pinterest.com/YarntoArt/amigurumi/ Notes: This pattern is very simple and beginner friendly. Only single crochets are used, even beginners can try this. Only difficulty for beginners is using chenille yarn. Stitches will not be clearly visible. For beginners: Practice a single crochet swatch using chenille yarn before making amigurumi using chenille yarn. I used a 9.00mm crochet hook. If you feel that your stitches are too loose, reduce the hook size. I didn't use an invisible decrease in this chenille yarn amigurumi. It looks completely okay for this type of yarn. If you are using cotton or acrylic yarn, make invisible decrease. Make sure to use a big yarn needle for weaving in or making details. And be careful when you insert your yarn needle inside the amigurumi. Because if you insert a yarn needle in a finished and sealed amigurumi, you have to make sure to take it out carefully. There may be a chance to leave the needle inside. Materials Used: Yarn used: Chenille yarn from Magic needles Hook: 9.00mm Amigurumi safety eyes Cotton yarn for detailing Fiber fill Big yarn needle [note: If you don't have any fiber fill, cut open your pillow and use that filling fiber.] Alternate Chenille yarn options: Safety eyes: Poly fill: Free amigurumi books: Hooks: Other recommended crochet supplies: I used 4 yarn balls of chenille yarn approximately: 220 meter / 400gms I don't remember how much fiber fill I have used in this. I had approx.200gms of fiber fill in my stash and half of the quantity is still remaining. And I used 10mm safety eyes and Gulera cotton yarn black for details. I think I have covered all the questions and doubts regarding this project that I got in my IG. See you soon. Until then Keep crocheting!!! Bye!!! -xoxo Connect: πŸ”— www.yarntoart.com πŸ˜„ Instagram : @yarntoart πŸ˜„ Facebook : YarntoArt πŸ˜„ Pinterest : https://in.pinterest.com/YarntoArt πŸ˜„ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxNDnVi6maqMpyAJ_x1eQ_A?
How to read crochet diagram / chart?
Hello Everyone! Today we are gonna learn how to read crochet diagrams / charts πŸ’Ή. Crochet Diagrams are very simple and they are more easy to understand than written patterns. Crochet diagrams will give a complete idea of your project shape before starting one project Crochet diagram is nothing but a symbolic representation of a stitch or group of stitch. Before diving deep into crochet diagrams, Let's talk about crochet symbols. Craft Yarn Council of America made a standard form of symbols for each stitch. Each symbol is connected together and formed into a crochet diagram. Recommended crochet supplies: Crochet diagram pros: Easy to understand than the written format. Gives a complete idea about your project shape, before working on it. No language required. If a pattern is published in a language which we don't know, Then how to follow that? Crochet diagrams have no limitations like that. It's universal and anyone can understand that. It avoids confusion between the UK and the US terms. Some patterns will have both written and chart form. It's like a bonus for us for easy understanding. Crochet diagram cons: You have to count each and every stitch. It will be so hard if you are working on a complex project. It's difficult to keep track of the row count, if you are not marking it using a pen or highlighter. Crochet Symbols: Crochet has lots of different stitches. And obviously lots of crochet symbols. Here I'm not going to show crochet symbols in this blog. You can check out Craft Yarn Council website for standardized crochet symbols ( https://www.craftyarncouncil.com/standards/crochet-chart-symbols ). I don't want to bore you by duplicating the same contents here😜. If you are a beginner and want to try patterns which are in diagrammatic form: You can first learn basic symbols like chain, single crochet, double crochet, half double crochet, treble crochet, front post, back post, front loop, back loop & slip stitch. It's enough to follow simple crochet diagrams. There are lots of crochet diagrams than this. Like puff, popcorn, shell, crab, etc. Every stitch in crochet has symbolic representation. BTW, these are the combinations of basic symbols which I have mentioned before πŸ”Ί For Left handed crocheters: Just reflect the diagram and you are good to go. How to follow a diagram? Always take a look at the entire chartπŸ“ƒπŸ“œ. Make sure you know all the symbols mentioned in that. If you don't know any symbols, you can refer to the stitch keys which you can find anywhere near your diagram. Or simply searchπŸ”Ž in googleπŸ’». Always start from the starting point which is indicated by one arrow ➑. If you are working on a granny square or circle, your starting arrow will be in center β„β˜Έ. You can also find row numbers in the starting point of every row and it will be indicated in numbers (0, 1, 2, ...) By this you can keep track of your working rows. If you are using hard copy, feel free to mark completed rows using pen or highlighter πŸ–ŠπŸ–. Also you can do this on your phone, if you have a pen tool in it. Some charts might have blank space in some areas where only the starting and ending of the row is represented. For that empty space, just repeat the same stitches which are mentioned at the row starting. I hope this will give you some idea on how to read crochet diagrams. Comment me if you have any doubt. Connect: πŸ”— www.yarntoart.com πŸ˜„ Instagram : @yarntoart πŸ˜„ Facebook : YarntoArt πŸ˜„ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxNDnVi6maqMpyAJ_x1eQ_A?
Sencilla Summer Hat
Hey Lovelies! Have you seen Anchor Summer Fashion 2020? If you haven't watched, check this out! https://youtu.be/NoKEAm-ULJk?t=83 This video is powered by Anchor in collaboration with India Yarn Circle (IYC). In that, I made this Sencilla Summer Hat, which is very useful in summer and protects our face from scorching sun! This hat is my dream project. I just sketched this hat's outcome before making it. I decided to make it in minimalistic color and I also kept my costume in minimalistic way! This hat is so simple and beginner friendly. I enjoyed making this hat! Skill Level: Beginner Materials used: β€’ Anchor knitting cotton - 4060 - color: 926 Anchor knitting cotton - 4057 - color: 368 (Used for rose and belt) (Obviously, any cotton yarn above 4ply thickness will work) β€’ Hook size: 2.75mm Choose hook size according to your yarn β€’ Yarn needle β€’ Stitch marker Recommended crochet supplies: Abbreviation: β€’ sl - slip β€’ ch - chain β€’ sc – single crochet β€’ hdc – half double crochet β€’ dc – double crochet β€’ st(s) - stitch(es) β€’ rep - repeat β€’ *_* - Repeat stitches inside this star β€’ inc - increase β€’ MR- magic ring β€’ FL – front loop dc inc – 2 dc in same st hdc inc – 2 hdc in same st Size Chart: Pattern: Hat Base: sl knot, ch5, sl st in 1st ch to form a ring (If you are comfortable with MR, you can use that) round 1: ch3(always counts as 1 dc throughout this pattern), 11 dc in center ring, at last- sl st in 3rd chain of ch3. round 2: ch3, 1dc in same st (where sl st is made in previous row), 2dc in each st till end, at last- sl st in 3rd chain of ch3. (2dc in each st) round 3: ch3, *dc inc in next st, 1dc in next st* - rep till end, at last- sl st in 3rd chain of ch3. (1dc, 2dc, 1dc, 2dc, …) round 4: ch3, 1dc in same st (where sl st is made in previous row), *1dc in next st, 1dc in next st, dc inc in next st* - rep till end, at last- sl st in 3rd chain of ch3. (2dc, 1dc, 1dc, 2dc, 1dc, 1dc, …) round 5: (1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 2dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 2dc, …) round 6: (2dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 2dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, …) round 7: (1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 2dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 2dc, …) round 8: (2dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 2dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, …) (I made this in adult small size. So, I stopped at this round. If you want bigger size than mine, continue in this manner till you reach your desired head size. If you are making this hat for babies, you need not to continue till round 8. Check the measurement chart and work accordingly.) Note the round in which you are stopping. In my case (inc, 6dc(s), inc, 6 dc(s), …) Tip: how to measure head size? After making hat base (rounds) measure that circle, when you get your desired crown size (refer chart), stop the base round and continue body of the hat. Hat Body: round 9: ch3, *1dc on each st* - rep till end, at last- sl st in 3rd chain of ch3. rep round 9 until you reach your hat height. I worked till round 20 for my size. It’s up to you, everyone’s forehead size will be different. So, at this point, take your hook off, try it on your head. Or you can follow the hat height mentioned in the chart. Come on, if you are making this hat for yourself, you can try it. Put it on your head. Wow! you look so beautiful! Brim: β€’ ch1, 1hdc on same st, 1 FL hdc in each st till end, ch 60 (you can make any number of ch(s), these chains will turn into a bow), sl st in 1st hdc. Note: ch(s) you are making in this row, determines the width of the bow. I mean, bow size from left to right. If you want a huge bow, you can increase the number of ch(s). After this round, we will not make sl st at the end to join the end. We will work in round without joining. Also note where you have stopped at the hat base. (In my case, I stopped at round 8 which is inc, 6 dc(s), inc, 6dc(s), ….) β€’ Now, in this round, work (7hdc inc, 7hdc(s), 7hdc inc, 7 hdc(s), ….) Note: You also have to work on the ch(s) you made. β€’ Next round, work (8hdc inc, 8hdc(s), 8hdc inc, 8 hdc(s), ….) β€’ Next round, work (9hdc inc, 9hdc(s), 9hdc inc, 9 hdc(s), ….) β€’ Work in this style, until you get desired brim size. Note that, if you want to increase your brim size, simultaneously your bow size will increase. Last Round: Work 1sl st on each st (work tightly). This will make your brim stiff and sturdy. Bow formation: You will get a large hole, where you have made extra ch(s). We are going to convert that into a beautiful bow. Fold your brim twice of both sides. Keep everything in place and sew it with hat body using yarn needle (refer images) To cover joining portion of the brim: Take same color yarn, β€’ ch6, sc from 2nd ch from hook till end, β€’ *ch1, turn, 1sc on each st* - rep 9 more times (You will get a small strip) By using this strip, cover the joining portion of the bow and sew it using yarn needle. After joining everything, Try it on your head. Your Sencilla summer hat is ready. Attach any applique if you like. If you want to try the same rose applique which I have used: https://www.yarntoart.com/post/rose-applique Attach belt if you want, just make ch(s) and dc(s) to make that. check out my other appliques : Bow: https://www.yarntoart.com/post/bow-headband You can also use this appliques on hat! If you want to download this pattern : Ravelry Store Voila!!! Pretty!!! Your Sencilla Summer Hat is ready !!! 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Hazel Baby Bonnet
Hello lovelies, Hazel Bonnet is another beginner friendly pattern. Bonnet I made is for 0 -3 months baby. You can check measurements for other sizes (down). You can make this bonnet from new born to adult size. This pattern does not include ears and appliques. You can attach any appliques as you wish. Feel free to tag me in Instagram if you made this bonnet. check out my other appliques : Rose: https://www.yarntoart.com/post/rose-applique Bow: https://www.yarntoart.com/post/bow-headband You can also use this appliques on bonnet! Skill Level: Beginner Materials used: β€’ Yarn: Ganga Merino Wool (Shade bottle green) Obviously any kind of yarn can be used!!! β€’ Hook size: 4.50mm Choose hook size according to your yarn β€’ Yarn needle β€’ Stitch marker Recommended crochet supplies: Notes: β€’ Written instruction will only cover 0-3-month baby β€’ For other sizes: size chart is provided β€’ This pattern does not include ears and appliques. You can attach any appliques as you wish. Abbreviation: β€’ sl - slip β€’ ch - chain β€’ sc – single crochet β€’ hdc – half double crochet β€’ dc – double crochet β€’ st(s) - stitch(es) β€’ rep - repeat β€’ *_* - Repeat stitches inside this star β€’ sk - skip β€’ inc - increase Size Chart: (Approx) Alternative option for yarn: Pattern: ch4, sl st in 1st st (forms ring) round 1: ch3 (always counts as 1dc), 11dc(s), sl st in 3rd ch at last round 2: ch3, 1dc in same st (where ch3 is coming out), *2dc(s) in each st* - rep, sl st in 3rd ch at last round 3: ch3, *2dc in next st (known as inc), 1dc* - rep, sl st in 3rd ch at last round 4: ch3, 1dc in same st (where ch3 is coming out), *1dc, 1dc, 2dc* - rep, sl st in 3rd ch at last Note: Since I got my desired crown measurement at this stage, I stopped increasing. If you are making for other size, you have to increase in each row. For example: next row should be [1dc, 1dc, 1dc, inc], next row [1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, inc], etc... When you get your desired crown measurement, continue round 5. round 1: ch3, 1dc in each st (except: last 2 st(s) for babies, last 3 st(s) for children, 5st(s) for adult) round 2: ch1, turn, 1hdc in 1st st, 1hdc on each st till end round 3: rep round 2 round 4: ch1, turn, 1hdc in 1st st, *1sl st, 1hdc* - rep till end round 5: ch1, turn, sl st in 1st st, *1hdc, 1 sl st* - rep till end Note: 1 sl st on top of hdc, 1hdc on top of sl st round 6: rep round 5 as much as your hat height (ref table) Last Round: ch1, turn, work 1 hdc on each st till end, For Strap: ch80(you can make as much as you want), work 1sc on each ch till the starting point of the strap, continue 1sc on top of hdc(c) till other end, For Strap: ch80(you can make as much as you want), work 1sc on each ch till the starting point of the strap. Optional: β€’ you can work 1sc on each st in the neck space β€’ You can also attach pop-pom to strap, or use any applique or ears on top the head. (ref img below) Voila!!! Awesome!!! Your bonnet is ready !!! Connect: πŸ”— www.yarntoart.com πŸ˜„ Instagram : @yarntoart πŸ˜„ Facebook : YarntoArt πŸ˜„ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxNDnVi6maqMpyAJ_x1eQ_A?
Butterfly Sleet Baby Blanket
Hi guys! What’s up? Butterflies are nature's angels. Today we are gonna create lot of angelsπŸ‘Ό Take a look at this beautiful Butterfly Sleet baby blanketπŸ¦‹. This is a square blanket with beautiful border. This pattern can be customized to any size. And you can use this as baby blanket or make it bigger for adult blanket or use this as sofa throw. Anyways butterflies gonna pop up your place. Skill Level: Intermediate Materials used: Yarn: Ice Camilla Cotton Magic and Anchor knitting cotton 4057 in shade (104 and white) Hook: (size: 2.5) Yarn needle Stitch marker Recommended Crochet Supplies: Abbreviation: β€’ sl - slip β€’ ch - chain β€’ sc – single crochet β€’ hdc – half double crochet β€’ dc – double crochet β€’ tc - triple crochet β€’ st(s) - stitch(es) β€’ rep - repeat β€’ *_* - Repeat stitches inside this star β€’ sk - skip Pattern: ch 4, sl st in 1st ch and sl knot (forms ring) round 1: ch3(always counts as 1dc), 15dc in center ring, sl st in ch3 st to join. round 2: ch3, 1dc in same st, ch2, 2dc in same st (forms corner), *1dc in next 3 st(s), [2dc, ch2, 2dc] – in same st* rep this till row end, sl st in ch3 st to join. round 3: sl st, sl st in corner, ch 3, 1dc in same corner, ch2, 2dc in same corner, *ch6, sk 7 st(s) below and in next corner – [2dc, ch2, 2dc] * - rep this till end, sl st in ch3 st to join. round 4: sl st, sl st , ch3, 1dc in corner, ch2, 2dc in same corner, 1dc in next 2 st(s), *ch6, sk 6ch(s) below, 1dc in next 2 st(s), corner: [2dc, ch2, 2dc] , 1dc in next 2 st(s)* - rep till end, sl st in ch3 st to join. round 5: sl st, sl st, ch3, 1dc in corner, ch2, 2dc in same corner, dc in next 4 st(s), *ch3, tc in round 2, ch3, dc in next 4 st(s), corner: - [2dc, ch2, 2dc]* - rep till end, sl st in ch3 st to join. round 6: sl st, ch1, 1hdc in corner, ch2, 1hdc in same corner, 1hdc in each st – till end, sl st in 1st hdc to join. round 7: Like round 3: ch3, 1dc in same corner, ch2, 2dc in same corner, {*ch6, sk 7st(s) below, 1dc in next 7 st(s), ch6, sk 7 st(s) below *} – rep this until you reach corner. Corner: [2dc, ch2, 2dc], sl st in ch3 st to join. round 8: Like round 4: work same as round 4 pattern round 9: Like round 5: work same as round 5 pattern round 10: work same as round 6 pattern Continue this until you reach desired blanket size Border: round 1: *1dc, ch1, sk1 st and 1dc in next st* - rep till corner. In corner: [*1dc, ch1* - rep 3 more times] and again rep 1dc, ch1, sk1 st and 1dc in next st, at last sl st and join {In this round you will get slots} round 2: 1sc in one slot, ch4, 1 sc in next slot- rep this till corner. In corner: [1sc, ch4,1sc, ch4 1sc] – rep this in all corners. sl st to join {In this round you will get slots} round 3: 1sc in one slot, ch4, 1sc in next slot – rep this throughout this round, sl st and join Rep round 3 & 4 as many times as you want. Note: In each row: Position of butterfly will change and number of butterflies will increase. Always start from corner when starting a new row If you want simple border, work dc on each st throughout the round. Voila!!! Cozy!!! Your blanket is ready !!! Connect: πŸ”— www.yarntoart.com πŸ˜„ Instagram : @yarntoart πŸ˜„ Facebook : YarntoArt πŸ˜„ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxNDnVi6maqMpyAJ_x1eQ_A?
Rose Applique
Hello! Have you watched my recent Anchor X IYC collaboration video. I made a beautiful summer hat pattern for that video. And I Embellished it with this rose applique. You can use this applique on any crochet project , any dress, hair pins, bow, clips, or any other crafts. This will look pretty and can be customized to any size. πŸ’πŸŒΉ This applique can be used as an embellishment on any of your crochet projects, dress or any object. This can be made in any size, completely your wish. You can customize it to any size.🌷 Skill Level: Beginner Materials used: β€’ Yarn: Any yarn β€’ Hook size: Choose hook size according to your yarn β€’ Yarn needle β€’ Stitch marker Recommended crochet supplies: Abbreviation: β€’ sl - slip β€’ ch - chain β€’ sc – single crochet β€’ hdc – half double crochet β€’ dc – double crochet β€’ st(s) - stitch(es) β€’ rep - repeat β€’ *_* - Repeat stitches inside this star β€’ sk - skip Pattern: β€’ sl knot, β€’ ch (as much as you want – this determines number of petals in our rose) Note: ➒ I used 200 ch(s) for big rose and I used Anchor knitting cotton 4057 in shade 368 (thin yarn) ➒ I used 50 ch(s) for small rose and I used normal acrylic yarn ➒ Rose size will vary according to your yarn type, yarn size and hook size β€’ sc on 2 nd ch from hook, sc(s) on each st(s) till the end β€’ ch4, turn, sk 1 st, dc on next st, *ch1, sk 1 st, dc on next st* - rep till end (in this row you will get small square slots) β€’ ch1, turn, sc in 1st slot, *8hdc in next slot, sc in next slot* - rep 3 more times Note: This determines number of small petals in our rose. If you are working on big rose, you can have more small petals. It’s up to you can decide how your rose should be. *8dc in next slot, sc in next slot* - rep this till end of this row β€’ leave enough yarn for weaving your rose and snip the yarn β€’ Refer images for turning this into rose β€’ Roll your work in rose shape β€’ Roll it evenly on both sides. Don’t roll loosely β€’ You will get perfect rose shape β€’ Make sure that back side of the rose is flat β€’ After that, using yarn needle, weave in the rose β€’ Insert needle from one end to another end of the rose. Repeat this until your rose is completely secured. β€’ If you are attaching this applique on any other finished object, leave the excess yarn as it is. Later you can use that for stitching. β€’ Your rose is completed. Wow . It looks awesome Voila!!! So cute!!! Your rose is ready !!! Connect: πŸ”— www.yarntoart.com πŸ˜„ Instagram : @yarntoart πŸ˜„ Facebook : YarntoArt πŸ˜„ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxNDnVi6maqMpyAJ_x1eQ_A?
How to choose perfect yarn color for crochet / knitting?
6 Tips to choose perfect yarn color 🧢🎨: Have you ever wondered how to choose the perfect yarn color for your crochet or knitting project? How do we select which colors will look good together and which colors won’t? We always have some doubt when it comes to color selection. Picking perfect colors and perfect types of yarn should be the first step of your work. Color selection is very important for good appearance. Colors can change your mood & it can communicate without any language. Not only for crochet or knitting this blog will help every person. You can implement these techniques for your home, art, shopping etc and this can be replicated in any products. When we work in color combinations, the outcome should be pleasant to our eyes and to our photographs. It should not be striking our eyes and create bad impression of that product. Color is a power which directly influences the soul. ~Wassily Kandinsky Today we are going to see 6 tips to choose perfect yarn color: Recommended Crochet Supplies: 1) Color Wheel 🎑 We have studied about color wheels in our schools. But no one will think about that while picking perfect colors. And some people don’t know how to use a color wheel. Let me help you. First, we can talk about color schemes and its properties: How color forms? πŸ§ͺ There are 3 primary colors – Red, Yellow, Blue. While mixing two primary colors we will get secondary colors like – green, orange etc. While mixing two colors we will get tertiary colors like – sky blue, burgundy etc. Color Schemes: 1. Monochromatic: Monochromatic colors scheme will have one base color and different shades of the same color. This color combination cannot go wrong. It will match 100% for everyone. This will look very subtle and decent. 2. Complementary: Complementary colors are opposite to each other on color wheel. This color scheme will add contrast to your project. And your project will be brighter. You can use different shades of the same color to make it more beautiful. 3. Analogous: Analogous are colors which are next to each other. This will give you many unique & inspiring colors. This analogous color scheme will result in abrupt color change if you use equal amount of colors in your project. To avoid that pick one main color and use other colors for decorations or embellishments. 4. Split Complementary: Split complementary uses either side of the complementary colors. This will result in imperfect triangular shape. Play with different shade of colors to get more interesting results. Like complementary color scheme, this will also give contrast to your project. Don’t go for bright colors if you use this scheme. 5. Triadic: Triadic color schemes have evenly spaced colors. It will result in perfect triangular shape. This scheme will be striking to your eyes. This color scheme will look too bold and vibrant if you choose a darker shade of colors and it will be in high contrast. Be careful while choosing this color scheme. Better to use lighter shades of colors together. 6. Tetradic: This color scheme uses two complementary color pairs. It will result in rectangular shape. To make it more unique pick one dominant color and use other 3 colors for decorations. I think now you got an idea about color wheels. Using this technique, you can become a pro in color selection. How to balance colors? πŸ‘©β€πŸ”¬ Now we are going to talk about colors that I didn’t show in the color wheel. Yes! It’s black and white. Usually, when we paint, we will mix white to some color to make it lighter, or we will mix black to make it darker. For example: Pick red color and mix some white to it, it will turn into pink or if we add black, it will turn into maroon red. That’s the concept now. If you want to make your project soft and subtle, you can use white color + any other color of your preference. Or If you want to make your project pop up and contrast, add black color to your project. It’s as simple as that. Black will make it contrast and white will make it subtle. Other than that, we have two more balancing colors, that is grey and beige (or any nude color). Beige goes well with almost all colors. Even if it is a dark shade or light shade, beige will match to that color. So, using beige is like lying in the safe zone. If you are not sure about which color to use to balance our project, you can blindly use beige or nude color. And grey also helps to balance your project colors. There are many shades in grey. Again, you have to keep that one concept in mind. Lighter shade will make your project subtle. That is, light grey makes your project subtle and dark grey will make it contrast. And another option those who love minimalism, can pick these four minimalistic colors (black, white, nude, grey). This color combo will always give great results. 100% 2) Color from nature: 🏞 Nature always surprises us. It always has beautiful color combos. When you see anything beautiful in nature, like sunrise, plants or flowers, you may think that the colors are so pretty and it is beautifully blended together. We will always love nature’s color palette. Why not use that for our project? So next time, if you see anything beautiful in nature, note the colors, or take a snap of that scene. Later you can use that photo when you want to pick colors for your project. 3) Pinterest πŸ“Œ Another easy way to get a color palette is Pinterest. There are plenty of color palette boards available in Pinterest. Just you can search color palettes in the search bar. It will show you thousands of color palettes. Or else you can refer to any picture in Pinterest to pick a suitable color palette. As I said above, when you see a beautiful image in Pinterest you can save it and later you can refer to it. Or else, if you are following any crocheters / knitters or anyone related to your field, you can refer to their finished projects. See how they made color combinations for their product. You can use like that or you can make some alterations in that color combos. 4) Colors from photograph 🀳 You can also use your own or any downloaded photographs to pull colors and turn into an awesome color palette. For example: In Instagram story, Choose any photograph of your choice Select brush tool in top right corner You can find an eyedropper tool in the bottom left corner, by using that to pull some colors from your photograph, and make some paint blobs in your photos. Pull as many colors as you want, until you are satisfied with your final color palette. Then screenshot it or download it, later you can use that for your project. 5) Color palette websites πŸ•Έ Other than Pinterest, there are lots of color palette websites available. Just type color palette website in google. You will find lots of websites which have a number of color palettes. Some are free to download and some websites are paid. You can choose anything you like. 6) Artistic skill πŸ‘©β€πŸŽ¨ If you love to be artistic, you are good to go. Take any of your art materials, sketches, watercolors, whatever you have with you. Play with some colors. Create your own color palette. After a few trial and errors, you will get an awesome color palette. You can use that too. I hope now you got some idea about choosing perfect color combinations for your projects. If this blog helps you, leave me a comment below.
Coral Flared Baby Skirt
Hello! I came up with this beautiful flared baby girl skirtπŸ₯°. Look at this cuteness. After making this skirt, I felt like I have to make one skirt for myself! 😁 Okay! I made this mini skirt for 6-12 months baby . And I have also included size chat for 0-24 months. Check that out. You can also increase the height of the skirt. Just play around with different types of yarn and colors. You can wear this as normal skirt or else wear this skirt on top of legging (ballerina type).πŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒ Skill Level: Intermediate Materials used: β€’ Yarn: Nako Hosgeldin Soft (Color: Light Coral) β€’ Hook size: (size: 2.5 or 2.75mm) β€’ Yarn needle β€’ Stitch marker Recommended Crochet Supplies: Abbreviation: β€’ sl - slip β€’ ch - chain β€’ sc – single crochet β€’ hdc – half double crochet β€’ dc – double crochet β€’ st(s) - stitch(es) β€’ rep - repeat β€’ *_* - Repeat stitches inside this star β€’ sk - skip Pattern: Waist Ribbing: Ch 21 (Foundation ch(s)) Row 1: hdc from 2nd ch from the hook, hdc(s) on each st, *ch1, turn Row 2: Back loop hdc(s) on each st * - rep until you get desired waist size. Join both ends of the waist ribbing using sl st. (make sure to work in back loops on one side & opposite side has no back loops because it is the foundation ch you made) Flared Skirt: After joining both ends together, start working in one corner of the ribbing, Row 1: Ch3, dc(s) on each st (You have to work this approx. since there will be no exact stitch definition in the corner), at last make sl st to join in the 3 rd ch we made at the row beginning. Row 2: Ch3, 2dc(s) on same st, ch1, 3dc(s) on same st, *sk 2 st(s), 3dc, ch1, 3dc on next st* - rep throughout this row, at last make sl st in 3rd ch we made at the row beginning and join, sl st in next st Row 3: Ch3, 1dc in next st, (1dc, ch1,1dc – in ch1 space of previous row), dc in next 2 st(s), * sk 2 st(s), dc in next 2 st(s), (1dc, ch1,1dc – in ch1 space of previous row), dc in next 2 st(s)* - rep, at last sl st and join, sl st in next st Row 4: Ch3, 1dc in next st, (2dc, ch1, 2dc – in ch1 space of previous row), dc(s) in next 2 st(s), *sk 2 st(s), dc in next 2 st(s), (2dc, ch1, 2dc – in ch1 space of previous row), dc in next 2 st(s) – rep, sl st and join, sl st in next st Row 5: Ch3, dc in next 2 st(s), (1dc, ch1,1dc – in ch1 space of previous row), dc in next 3 st(s), *sk 2 st(s), dc in next 3 st(s), (1dc, ch1, 1dc – in ch1 space of previous row), dc in next 3 st(s) – rep, sl st and join, sl st in next st Row 6: Ch3, dc in next 2 st(s), (2dc, ch1, 2dc – in ch1 space of previous row), dc in next 3 st(s), *sk 2 st(s), dc in next 3 st(s), (2dc, ch1, 2dc – in ch1 space of previous row), dc in next 3 st(s) – rep, sl st and join, sl st in next st Row 7: Ch3, dc in next 3 st(s), (2dc, ch1, 2dc – in ch1 space of previous row), dc in next 4 st(s), *sk 2 st(s), dc in next 4 st(s), (2dc, ch1, 2dc – in ch1 space of previous row), dc in next 4 st(s) – rep, sl st and join, sl st in next st Note that in each row, motifs are getting bigger by adding one extra st in each side of motif Rep like this till you get desired length. Note: β€’You can make this skirt in any size (0-24 months). Refer size chart given above β€’ I made this as mini skirt, you can also increase the rep rows and make full skirt or knee length skirt β€’ If waist of the skirt is loose, make one string to tie. Make long ch(s) and sc(s) on each ch(s), insert in the gaps of ribbing hdc(s). Ref image below. β€’ Attach tassels or beads if you wish. Voila!!! So cute!!! Your hair band is ready !!! Connect: πŸ”— www.yarntoart.com πŸ˜„ Instagram : @yarntoart πŸ˜„ Facebook : YarntoArt πŸ˜„ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxNDnVi6maqMpyAJ_x1eQ_A?
Primrose Scarf
Hello ! Check out this new Primrose Scarf. I used 2 skeins of color A and 2 skeins of color B. You can use single color or 2 different colors. And you can also try variegated yarn. Or else use can use 3 different colors in this pattern. Use color C for joining motifs. Just feel free to play with your colors. This scarf can be used as normal shawl, rectangular scarf, cowl, infinity scarf or some fashion statement to your attire! Skill Level: Advanced Materials used: β€’ Yarn: StyleCraft Special DK & Nako Saten color: Pale rose(A), Dark corn silk (B) β€’ Hook size: 3.50mm (E) β€’ Yarn needle β€’ Stitch marker Recommended crochet supplies: Abbreviation: β€’ sl - slip β€’ ch - chain β€’ sc – single crochet β€’ dc –double crochet β€’ tc – triple crochet β€’ st(s) - stitch(es) β€’ rep - repeat β€’ *_* - Repeat stitches inside this star β€’ *{ _ }* - repeat stitches inside this {} β€’ *[ _ ]* - repeat stitches inside this [] β€’ *# _ #* - repeat stitches inside this ## β€’ sk – skip ❖ NF – new flower ❖ OF – old flower Pattern: Flower motifs: [ref image 1.a.,] Color A 1. Ch 5, sl st in 1st ch and make ring 2. *ch3 (counts as 1st dc), 3dc in same ring, ch3 (counts as 4th dc), make sl st in the center ring* - rep 3 more times {You will get 4 petals} 3. Slots [ref image 1.b.,]: turn back flower, *ch3, grab two yarns (approx) in connecting point of two petals [ref image 1.c.,] make sc* - rep 3 more times {You will get 4 slots} snip the yarn and weave in loose ends. Color B 4. attach new yarn in any slot, *ch4, 4tc in same slot, ch4, sl st in same slot, sl st in next slot* - rep 3 more times {You will get 4 outer petals} snip the yarn and weave in loose ends. Connecting motifs: Horizontal Color A 1. sc(s) in each st of any petal Total: 6sc(s) , *ch6, sc(s) in next petal 2. connect NF, 3sc(s) in NF petal, turn OF back side and connect this NF to 3rd sc of previously worked OF, sc in 4th st of NF, turn OF back side and connect this NF to 4th sc of previously worked OF, sc in 5th and 6th st of NF 3. ch3, turn both flowers back & connect to already worked 6 chain space and make sc 4. ch3, turn both flowers front & sc(s) on next petal of NF Total: 6sc(s) * - rep rep this to connect flowers horizontal. After connecting all horizontal motifs: 5. *# ch6, sc(s) on each st of next petal, ch6, sc(s) on each st of next petal, ch3, connect to ch space and make sc in center, ch3, connect to next flower petal and make sc(s)#* - rep rep this throughout your horizontal row. Connecting motifs: Vertical Note: always connect vertically from left to right 1. *{ch6, connect to NF and make 3 sc(s) 2. turn OF back side and connect this NF to 3rd sc of previously worked OF, sc in 4th st of NF, turn OF back side and connect this NF to 4th sc of previously worked OF, sc in 5 th and 6th st of NF 3. ch3, connect to ch space and make sc in center 4. ch3, turn,}* sc(s) on each st of NF petal. 5. *[…*{Rep}*, 3 sc(s), turn OF back side and connect this NF to 3rd sc of top OF, sc in 4th st of NF, turn OF back side and connect this NF to 4th sc of top OF, sc in 5th and 6 th st of NF] * 6. *[Rep]* - rep this to connect motifs vertically 7. *# rep #* - this row should be repeated after connecting each row of motifs Note: ➒ You can use any border for your scarf. I used simple dc border ➒ Attach tassels if you wish. I used Color A inner motif as tassels ➒ You can make this scarf in any size. I connected 4 flowers horizontally and 35 flowers vertically. So, it’s little bigger than scarf length. ➒ This scarf can be used as shawl, rectangular scarf, infinity scarf or cowl. Or you can simply use it as a fashion statement to your attire. Refer final images for different ways to wear this scarf. ➒ I used 2 skeins of Color A and 2 skeins of Color B ➒ You can use single color or two different colors or single variegated color. Or else you can use third different color for connecting motifs of the scarf. Voila!!! Your Scarf is ready !!! Connect: πŸ”— www.yarntoart.com πŸ˜„ Instagram : @yarntoart πŸ˜„ Facebook : YarntoArt πŸ˜„ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxNDnVi6maqMpyAJ_x1eQ_A?
Best Yarn for Summer
Are you feeling like sitting in furnace in this summer? Are you crocheting / knitting with sweaty hands and feeling frustrated? Are you giving up your crochet hook / knitting needle in this summer? I’m here to solve all these problems by selecting perfect yarn for summer. It is very hard to find suitable yarn for our climatic condition. I know that summer is awful for knitting, crocheting and any other yarn works. It’s really tough to work with woolen or acrylic yarn, since it will badly sweat your hands. With that wet hands, you can’t do any yarn works. It will make you feel irritated and frustrated. Your health may also spoil. Obviously, you can’t use the wearable products made with woolen or acrylic yarn. It is very important to choose the perfect yarn accordingly. So, don’t worry I’m here for you to help. In this blog I’m going to share perfect yarn for summer and my favorite summer yarns. In winter we have to choose wearable which trap the heat in. Likewise, in summer we have to choose wearable which is very light weight and breezy. How to choose yarns for summer projects? For summer projects you have to use light weight or thin yarns. And for winter use thicker or chunky yarns. So that, it can trap the heat in. And second most important thing is, select plant-based yarn for summer. And animal-based yarns / synthetic yarns are meant for winters. Plant-based yarns tends to have cooling nature and animal based are opposite, it will keep you warm. Recommended Crochet Supplies: Yarn classification: Natural: 1) Plant-based ex: cotton, bamboo 2) Animal-based ex: wool Synthetic: ex: acrylic, polyester Blended: ex: natural + synthetic, synthetic + synthetic, natural + natural Okay! As I mentioned above, we can use plant-based yarn. Or we can also use blended yarn which has more plant-based fiber in it. Now let’s see what are all the yarn options we have in India: Cotton & Bamboo: As we all know cotton is best for summer. 100% cotton yarns are perfect. But some cotton yarns will be soft and some will be rough. So, while you are choosing yarn for wearing projects go for soft cotton yarn. And second option, you can also choose blended yarn which has more plant-based material in it. For example: cotton- 60% viscose-40% And another best yarn is bamboo yarn or bamboo blended yarn. And another option is cotton threads- like crochet cotton thread or knitting cotton thread. Since these are so thin, it will consume lot of time to complete the project. If you have more time, I highly recommend cotton threads. You can also use mercerized cotton thread. Mercerized cotton is nothing but 100% cotton which under goes mercerization process. Which means extra shine, lustrous is added and it improves dye uptake and tear strength, reduces fabric shrinkage. Projects made with mercerized cotton can be used for really long time. Maybe you can pass your projects over generations. You can wash it as many times as you want, the color and finish will last long. And projects made using this yarn will be more drapey, it won't be stiff. Isn’t that cool? Yeah! I just love mercerized cotton yarn. Can we use acrylic yarn in summer? Does acrylic make our body cool? – Definitely not. But you can use some kind of acrylic yarn for summer. It depends on what kind of projects you are making. How to choose which kind of acrylic is best for summer? Very simple: Don’t select the yarn which has plasticky or polyester feel in it. Or else you can go for swatch test. Make a small crochet/ knitting swatch using acrylic yarn, wash it either by hand or machine. After drying, feel the material. If it feels scratchy or sweaty, avoid that kind of acrylic yarn. If it feels soft, you can go for it. Tip: While buying acrylic yarn for summer project, check out the yarn label whether it has mentioned, soft acrylic or baby soft acrylic. So, it’s not like that we cannot use acrylic yarn for summer. You can use it, it’s up to you. Make some loose stitch / lacy stitch for summer projects. Don’t make dense stitches like moss or waist coat stitch. Linen: Who doesn’t love linen? Linens are super comfortable during summer. So, you can use linen or linen blended yarn for summer projects. Silk: What? Silk? Yeah! you heard it right! It’s Silk…. How? Wearing silk sarees will be so sweaty during summer. How can we use silk yarn for summer projects? Definitely you can go for silk yarns. You know what? Silk yarns are very special. It has one unique special property, that, it will keep you cool in summer and warm in winter. No other yarn has this special property rather than silk. We can use silk in all climates. Isn’t that amazing? In India, silks are very special and we all love silk. And it is easily available in markets. Only thing about silk yarn is, it’s costly compared to other yarns. We can definitely use silk or silk blended yarn for summer. Points to remember while making summer projects: - use thin and light weight yarn. - use loose / lacy stitches. Now let’s see some of my favorite and summer yarn availability in India: Pradhan Embroidery store: 1) GulEra 3ply cotton – This is very soft and can be use for baby projects and wearable projects or any kind of projects. This is one of my favorites. 2) GulEra chainlet 6ply cotton – This is little thick and cannot be used for baby projects. 3) Anchor crochet / knitting cotton – My all-time favorite. I love this yarn 4) Baroque crochet cotton 5) GulEra T-shirt yarn – Can be used for decors, bags or baskets. Pony Craft Store: 1) Nako calico – Super soft. It can be used for all kind of projects. This is one of my favorites. 2) Nako frizzy 3) Nako hosgeldin soft – Bamboo Blended. Again, it’s super soft and cool. This is one of my favorites. 4) Nako fiore 5) RedHeart crochet cotton Vardhman Knitting Yarn: 1) Vardhman farrago 2) Vardhman grandeur 3) Vardhman cotone – Beautiful pastel colors. So soft. This is one of my favorites. Yarn Kart: Linen, silk and cotton yarns are available. Yarn addict: StyleCraft and Ice yarns are available. I love both the brands. Especially I love Camilla Cotton yarn from Ice yarn for summer. Sunrayscreation: Super quality silk blended yarns are available . Magic Needles: Nako, kotton yarns are available. The Happy Hands Store: Some imported yarns are available If you have tried any other yarn options, feel free to comment below! Keep crocheting! Bye!
Cuddly Bobble Cardigan
Hello ! Check out my new cuddly bobble sleeve cardigan. Bobble sleeve cardigan is on trend now-a-days. I just love the bobblicious texture on my sleeve. And I love the color of my Stylecraft yarn. (Obviously you can use any DK yarn) Skill Level: Intermediate Materials used: β€’ Yarn: StyleCraft Special DK color: sage(A), duckegg (B), midnight(C) β€’ Hook size: 4.50mm β€’ Yarn needle β€’ Stitch marker Recommended crochet supplies: Abbreviation: β€’ sl - slip β€’ ch - chain β€’ sc – single crochet β€’ hdc – half double crochet β€’ st(s) - stitch(es) β€’ rep - repeat β€’ *_* - Repeat stitches inside this star β€’ sk - skip Pattern: Sizing guide: XS (S, M, L) Textures: ch1, turn, *sl st, hdc* - rep. In next row, alternate the st(s). Make hdc on top of sl st and sl st on top of hdc – rep Bobbles: 1. Yarn over, insert hook into stitch and pull up a loop. Yarn over, pull through two. (This is essentially completing the first half of one double crochet stitch.) 2. Repeat number one in the same stitch/space until you have a total of 6 loops on your hook. 3. Yarn over, pull through all 6 loops at once. (It helps to keep this part a bit tighter than the rest. 4. Single crochet in next stitch. Back Panel: ch 71(79, 87, 95) Color A Row 1: sc from 2nd ch from the hook until last st. Total: 70(78, 86, 95) Row 2: ch1, turn sc in each st – rep for 15 rows Color B rep Row 2 for 15 rows Color C rep Row 2 for 5 rows Color B rep Row 2 for 10 rows Color A Texture row (refer above) – rep for 10 rows rep Row 2 for 5 rows Color C rep Row 2 for 5 rows Color A rep Row 2 for 10 rows Note: Totally, I worked 75 rows. It’s your wish you can longer / shorter the cardigan by increasing / decreasing the number of rows. Do not cut the yarn! Continue directly Front Panel – 1 instruction. Front Panel – 1: I worked color combination same as back panel. Color A Row 1: ch1, turn, sc 33(36, 40, 44) st(s) Row 2: ch1, turn, sc in each st until last Total: 33(36, 40, 44) rep Row 2 for 10 rows Color C rep Row 2 for 5 rows Color A rep Row 2 for 5 rows Texture row (refer above) – rep for 10 rows Color B rep Row 2 for 10 rows Color C rep Row 2 for 5 rows Color B rep Row 2 for 15 rows Color A rep Row 2 for 15 rows Note: Totally, I worked 75 rows. If you altered the number of rows in the back panel, make sure you alter the same in front panels. Front Panel – 2: count from last st of Front Panel – 1. sk 4(4, 6, 8) st(s). Insert new yarn and work same as Front Panel – 1. Sleeves: x 2 Color A ch 31(35, 39, 42) Row 1: sc from 2nd ch from the hook, make sc(s) in each st. Total: 30(36, 38, 41) Row 2: ch1, turn, *sc(s) 5(6,7,7), 2sc in same st – (increase)* - rep 3 more times, sc(s) in remaining st(s) except last one. In last st make increase. Row 3: ch1, turn, sc(s) in each st Row 4: ch1, turn, sc(s) in each st Row 5: ch1, turn, sc(s) in each st, increase in last st Note: make sure to increase in last st after 2 rows throughout the sleeves. (make this including in bobble rows) Rep Rows 3 – 5 until bobble rows. (I made 35 rows; you can make any number of rows. It’s your wish. In between I changed Color C for 5 rows) If you wish you can also make texture row. Bobbles Row: 1. ch1, turn, 5 sc, *Bobble (refer above), 5sc (count including bobble finishing sc) * - rep until last, make sc(s) to the remaining st(s) at the last. 2. ch1, turn, sc in each st (make sure you put sc on top of the bobbles) 3. ch1, turn, 4sc, *Bobble, Bobble, 3sc (count including bobble finishing sc) * - rep until last, make sc(s) to the remaining st(s) at the last. It’s my increase row. make sure you increase after 2 rows. 4. ch1, turn, sc in each st (make sure you put sc on top of the bobbles). 5. ch1, turn, 5 sc, *Bobble (refer above), 5sc (count including bobble finishing sc) * - rep until last, make sc(s) to the remaining st(s) at the last. 6. ch1, turn, sc in each st (make sure you put sc on top of the bobbles). It’s my increase row. make sure you increase after 2 rows. Note: After Bobble rows rep row 3-5 twice, again bobble row (I made 3 sets of bobble rows) – repeat until you get your armhole size. You can increase / decrease rows to make your sleeves longer / shorter. Note that increasing number of rows will increase armhole size. Sleeve Ribbing: x 2 ch 16 Row 1: sc from 2nd ch from the hook until last st. Total: 15 Row 2: ch1, turn, sc on each st(s) Row 3: ch1, turn sc in back loop only on each st(s) rep Row 3 until piece measures the same length as the width of the cuff – approx. I made 25 rows Body Ribbing: ch 11 Row 1: sc from 2nd ch from the hook until last st. Total: 10 Row 2: ch1, turn, sc on each st(s) Row 3: ch1, turn sc in back loop only on each st(s) rep Row 3 until piece measures the same length as the width of the back panel + 2 front panels – approx. I made 130 rows Assemble: 1. Turn your work backside (wrong side facing up) while seeming. 2. Whip stitch sleeve ribbing and sleeve cuff 3. Fold sleeves into half-length and whip stitch sides together 4. Fold front panel on top of back panel 5. Measure armhole size of your sleeve and mark using stitch marker 6. Whip stitch back panel and front panel below the stitch marker 7. Whip stitch the body ribbing to bottom of the front and back panels 8. Whip stitch and join sleeves to the armhole area of the cardigan (above the stitch marker) 9. Weave in all your ends 10. Fasten off Note: β€’ You can also make this cardigan using 2 colors or single color β€’ It takes 4 skeins of yarn for my size (You will get a lot of excess yarn in 4th skein) β€’ You can add bobble and texture rows as per your wish β€’ Length of the body and sleeve can be adjusted as per your wish Voila!!! Cozy!!! Your cardigan is ready !!! Connect: πŸ”— www.yarntoart.com πŸ˜„ Instagram : @yarntoart πŸ˜„ Facebook : YarntoArt πŸ˜„ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxNDnVi6maqMpyAJ_x1eQ_A?
Bow Headband
Hello! Today I designed this cute women accessories. In first part I'll be showing head band and in second part cute little bow. You can make this headband in any size (even for kids). Even beginners can try this headband. There is nothing difficult in this tutorial. Only single crochets, chains and slip stitches are used. This simplicity adds more cuteness to this accessory. Skill Level: Beginner Materials used: β€’ Yarn: Ganga Spectrum (Shade: black brown white) β€’ Hook size: 3.50mm (E) β€’ Yarn needle β€’ Stitch marker Recommended crochet supplies: Abbreviation: β€’ sl - slip β€’ ch - chain β€’ sc – single crochet β€’ st(s) - stitch(es) β€’ rep - repeat β€’ *_* - Repeat stitches inside this star Pattern: Headband: β€’ ch 9 β€’ sc in 2nd chain from the hook & make sc’s in each chain. Total – 8 st(s) β€’ *ch1, turn your work, sc in back loop across all the st(s)* - rep β€’ rep until you get the desired head size (~you will get a long strap) β€’ join another end of the strap, grab back loop in one end and 1 st st from other end, make sl st across all the 8 st(s) Bow: β€’ ch 6 β€’ sc in 2nd chain from the hook & make sc’s in each chain. Total – 5 st(s) β€’ *ch1, turn your work, sc across all the st(s)* - rep rep until you get the desired bow size Note: ➒ To increase the width of your head band and bow, increase the number of chains. ➒ To increase the height of your headband and bow, increase the number of rep rows. ➒ Attach your bow in headband using safety pin or sew it using yarn needle ➒ You can also use this bow as a pin by attaching it with bobby pin Voila!!! So cute!!! Your hair band is ready !!! Connect: πŸ”— www.yarntoart.com πŸ˜„ Instagram : @yarntoart πŸ˜„ Facebook : YarntoArt πŸ˜„ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxNDnVi6maqMpyAJ_x1eQ_A?

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