Sunday, September 4, 2011

Monday Pattern Day: double flowers





Op dit telefoonhoesje zit een dubbele bloem. Het is dezelfde bloem als de bloemen op de foto hierboven. Het patroon schreef ik uit en dat vind je hieronder. Wil je meer bloemetjes haken? Klik hier als je mijn gratis Ebook met bloemenpatroontjes wilt downloaden en kijk op deze pagina voor meer gratis patronen.

On this phone case you can see a double flower. It's the same flower as the flowers on the picture above. I wrote down the pattern, you can find it below. Would you like to make more flowers? Click here if you want to download my free Flower Pattern Ebook at LoveCrafts and check this page for more free patterns.

Patroon
Ik haakte deze bloemen met Drops Paris katoen en een haaknaald 4mm. Een garen wat daar erg op lijkt is Paintbox Yarns Cotton Aran verkrijgbaar bij LoveCrafts.
1. 6L, vastmaken met een HV.
2. 3L, 2DST (dubbele stokjes), 3L, 1HV in de ring van 6L. Herhaal tot je 5 blaadjes hebt. (foto 1)
3. 3L (foto 2), 1HV tussen de blaadjes (foto 3). Herhaal tot je 5 boogjes hebt (foto 4).
4. In het boogje haken: 1HV, 3L, 3DST, 3L, vastmaken in het boogje met een HV (foto 5). Herhaal dit in elk boogje (foto 6). Duw nu de rode blaadjes naar boven door het gat in het midden zodat ze op de groene blaadjes komen te liggen (foto 7) en je bloem is klaar.

Pattern
I made these flowers with Drops Paris cotton and a crochet hook size 4mm. A yarn that's very similar is Paintbox Yarns Cotton Aran, available at LoveCrafts.
1. Chain 6, attach the first chain to the last with a slip stitch.
2. Chain 3, 2 TR (treble crochet), chain 3, 1SLST in the ring. Repeat until you have 5 leaves. (picture 1)
3. Chain 3 (picture 2), 1SL ST in between the leaves (picture 3). Repeat until you have 5 bows (picture 4).
4. Crochet in the bow: 1SL ST, chain 3, 3TR, chain 3, attach to the bow with a SL ST (picture 5). Repeat in every bow (picture 6). Now push the red leaves up through the hole in the middle so they will be on top of the green leaves (picture 7) and your flower is finished.

Foto 1 - Picture 1

Foto 2 - Picture 2

Foto 3 - Picture 3

Foto 4 - Picture 4

Foto 5 - Picture 5

Foto 6 - Picture 6

28 comments:

  1. Beautiful garland
    and very nice colors!
    : o))
    Jarka

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  2. It looks beautiful, nice idea and
    thank you for the pattern :)

    Astrid

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  3. Hi Annemarie!
    thanks for this beautiful flower pattern. I love it!
    And thank for your kind words about my work and blog! You are so generous!
    hugs from Portugal,
    marlene

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  4. schoon ! ik heb het patroontje in mijn lijst opgenomen !

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  5. Thank you for linking these delightful crocheted flowers to Motivated Monday at BeColorful. These are so fun and unusual.
    Pam

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  6. These are beautiful and fun! Wish I could crochet more than just a chain! Thanks so much for sharing with the Pink Hippo Party.. can't wait to see what you share next!

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  7. These are beautiful. This was one of the top links at So Creative last week. Congratulations! http://soverycreative.blogspot.com/2011/09/so-creative-party-time-3.html

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  8. What a sweet necklace! Thanks so much for stopping by and sharing it at the Tuesday To Do Party last week! Can't wait to see what you link up this week!
    Smiles!
    Jami
    www.blackberryvine.blogspot.com

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  9. So nice blog :) I LOVE your works! I'll follow you now :)

    http://rukodelkimollymj.blogspot.com/

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  10. thanks for this tiny weekend flowers :)

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  11. I've got no idea how to crotchet but I just wanted to say how much I love this idea as well as the colours you've chosen - so pretty.

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  12. Allereerst, wat een mooie weblog!
    Ik ben een beginner wat haken betreft en heb mijn eerste bloemetje gisteren gemaakt. Over een van jouw patronen heb ik een vraag. Het is het bloemetje met twee blaadjes op elkaar. Je schrijft dat je vijf blaadjes moet maken vanuit 3L, 2DST, 3L, 1HV in de ring van 6L. Dat lukt me. Maar daarna loop ik vast: de boogjes maken moet tussen de blaadjes(3L, 1HV tussen de blaadjes), maar waar is 'tussen de blaadjes'? Zou je een foto kunnen uploaden waar de haaknaald erin moet? En 'in het boogje' haken begrijp ik ook niet. Zou het graag willen leren.

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  13. oh, this is SO pretty. i have an idea for a garland for my bedroom. in case you're wondering, i'm under the age of 14, if that explains why i'm wanting a garland :)

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  14. i got as far as doing the 5 leaves. i don't know what you mean by "bows", so could you please help me? from the 5 leaves to the end of the pattern. thanx so much.

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  15. Thanks for sharing this tutorial. It was perfect. I made a flower with it to my niece's hat. I share the hat's pattern on my blog, except the flower's pattern of course. I linked to your post.
    http://hannicraft.blogspot.com/2012/02/jucis-new-hat.html

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  16. really nice! even without pushing the red leaves through the hole in the middle. thank you for the pattern :)

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  17. Very cute!! Thank you so much for sharing! :)

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  18. Such a cute pattern! Thanks for sharing at the #InspriationSpotlight party! Pinned & Shared

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  19. These are adorable and I love that you brought back and oldie but goodie post. Thanks so much for joining Thoughts of Home on Thursday. Pinned.

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  20. Aww...so pretty! :)

    I would love for you to share this with my AMAZING Facebook Group with over 300 Members to share easy craft projects and recipes: https://www.facebook.com/groups/pluckyrecipescraftstips

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

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  21. Absolutely adorable the perfect addition to any outfit or even a pretty whimsical garland. Pinning and tweeting.

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