Sunday, September 25, 2011

Monday Pattern Day: Apple Coasters!


























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Een hele tijd geleden maakte ik deze Apple Coasters. Vervolgens dacht ik: je kunt er ook een sinaasappel of een citroen van maken door gewoon van kleur te wisselen. Grappig toch? Het patroon vind je hieronder. Het Engelse patroon kun je ook gratis downloaden hier via LoveCrochet. Meer blogberichten over gehaakte appels vind je hier.

A long time ago I made these Apple Coasters. Then I thought: you can easily change these apples into lemons or oranges by changing color. Isn't that fun? You can find the free pattern below or download the free pattern here at LoveCrochet. More blog posts about crochet apples are here.

Cirkel (met rood)
- 4L, aan elkaar vastmaken met een HV. Je kunt ook met een magische ring starten. Als je niet weet hoe dan moet, klik dan hier.
- 2L, 10ST in de ring. Het eerste en het laatste stokje aan elkaar vastmaken met een HV. (10)
- 2L, 2ST in elk onderliggende stokje. Het eerste en het laatste stokje aan elkaar vastmaken met een HV. (20)
- 2L, 2ST in elk onderliggende stokje. Het eerste en het laatste stokje aan elkaar vastmaken met een HV. (40)
- 40V. (40)

Steel (met grijs)
- 8L.
- 1V in 2e steek vanaf de naald.
- 6HV in de volgende steken. Afhechten.

Blaadje (met groen)
- 6L.
- 1V in 2e steek vanaf de naald. In de volgende steken: 1HST, 1ST, 1HST, 1V.
- Ga nu verder aan de andere kant van de 6L van de eerste rij: 1V, 1HST, 1ST, 1HST, 1V. Haak nu halve vaste in de eerste vaste die je haakte aan het begin van de tweede toer.
- Om een streepje in het midden van het blad te krijgen ga je door het midden met HV naar het beneden.

Circle (with red)
- Chain 4. Attach the first to the last with a SLST. You can also start with a magic ring. If you don't know how to make a magic ring, click here.
- Chain 2, 10DC in the ring. Attach the first to the last with a SLST. (10)
- Chain 2, 2DC in every DC of the previous row. Attach the first to the last with a SLST. (20)
- Chain 2, 2DC in every DC of the previous row. Attach the first to the last with a SLST. (40)

- 40SC. (40)

Stem (with grey)

- Chain 8.
- 1SC in the 2nd stitch.
- 6SLST in the next 6 stitches. Finish off.

Leaf (with green)

- Chain 6.
- 1SC in the 2nd stitch. In the next stitches: 1HDC, 1DC, 1HDC, 1SC. 
- Now keep going on the other side of the 6 chains of the first row: 1SC, 1HDC, 1DC, 1HDC, 1SC. Make 1 SLST in the first SC that you made in the second row.
- SLST through the middle of the leaf back down to the beginning of the leaf to get a stripe in the middle of the leaf.

41 comments:

  1. What a fine idea! Thank you so much - that's sweet of you. :)

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  2. Tof, tof, tof, zal er 'snel' eentje haken, zodat ik die kan gebruiken in de klas bij het thema fruit, volgende week!
    MERCI, Sofie

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  3. These are adorable. Perfect for autumn!!! ~Val

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  4. Leuk en bedankt voor je beschrijving, ik zal je van de week mailen over je vraag of ik eens mee wil doen aan je Link Your Stuff. Groetjes Esther.

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  5. This is so cute! It would be perfect for a teacher gift!

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  6. Another great pattern! You have the freshest ideas! Thanks for linking it up with Eat, Grow, Sew!

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  7. woooow! heel mooi!
    bedankt över de Beschrievung

    Gröten Traudi

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  8. Love the coster! Wish I could read the pattern.Thanks for showning,JoAnn

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  9. That looks nice :) Thanks for linking up to *PicStory*!

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  10. Hello, creative! Welcome to my blog party )!

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  11. Ze blijven prachtig deze appeltjes!!
    Groetjes,
    Sas

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  12. This is adorable! Too bad I can't read a pattern :o(

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  13. Thanks for sharing! Can't wait to try them!

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  14. How cute they! I should start that, too!

    Best wishes from Germany, Andrea

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  15. Very cute, and great for fall! I can crochet a tiny bit, so I may have to attempt this! Thanks!

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  16. Thanks for joining
    *Tina´s Wordless Wednesday* :)

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  17. Hi there.. I absolutely LOVE your blog.. Found ya via linky party over at Trendy Tree House and officially following ya with smiles.. Great creativity here.. So indulged.. I'm Marilyn via http://theartsygirlconnection.blogspot.com/ and I'd love for you to stop in sometime. Have a great Wednesday. : ))

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  18. These are adorable! I featured them at So Very Creative.
    http://soverycreative.blogspot.com/2011/09/crochet-apple-coaster.html

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  19. Super cute, thanks for linking up at Bacon Time. You linked up on the thursday ongoing give away linky though, I will have to delete, but you are welcome to link up on Friday morning when the anything goes linky is up.

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  20. Adorable coasters!!! Thank you so much for dropping by and for linking up to the Tuesday To Do Party!
    Smiles!
    Jami
    www.blackberryvine.blogspot.com

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  21. Hi, I'm a new follower. I found you on Freestyle Friday Blog Hop. Hop over and
    say hi if you get a chance Jennifer from Just Wedeminute--


    These are adorable and would make a great gift for a teacher!

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  22. I love this! Thanks for sharing! I just found you through Six Sister's.

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  23. this is so cute! I love it! I would love it if you would come share this and/or any other projects at the Tuesday Talent Show at Chef In Training! Thanks so much and hope to see you there!
    -Nikki
    http://chef-n-training.blogspot.com

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  24. That is so cute! It would be a great gift for a teacher! I'll have to keep this one in mind. Thanks for sharing it on {Re}create Into Something New last week!

    Hope to see again tomorrow for another blog party at my place!

    Kaitlin-The Not So Simple Housewife
    http://notsosimplehousewife.blogspot.com

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  25. This is so cute! I wonder if it would look as good as a pumpkin...I found some orange yarn....thanks for linking up with my Show and Share party!

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  26. What a cute coaster! Thanks for sharing the pattern.

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  27. Can you please tell us what size hook and how to attach the leaves and stem to the apple? Thanks!

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  28. Hi! I've used Drops Paris for this pattern. That's cotton for hook size 4mm (which is size G I believe). The leaves and stem were sewed to the apple.
    Good luck!

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  29. Hoi Annemarie, bedankt!
    Bij de laatste ronde begint het rondje te golven (niet meer plat), hoe kan dit?
    Dit is de eerste keer dat ik haak, dus ben nog niet zo ervaren, maar heb wel exact je patroon gevolgd.
    Erg fijn patroon om mee te beginnen trouwens!
    Gr Sanne

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  30. These are just lovely. So simple and so sweet.

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  31. Super cute coasters! Thanks for sharing the pattern!!

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  32. How fun, so perfect for fall! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm! xo Kathleen

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