By Mary Jo Hiney
A e-book as renowned and well-reviewed as Quiltagami cries out for a sequel—and the following it really is, with 19 new and intriguing initiatives that variety from animal handbags to scrapbook wall hangings. This enjoyable craft combines quilting with origami, and has intrigued needleworkers desirous to upload new concepts to their repertoire. simply take a few cloth, fold it to make very good dimensional blocks and goods, and sew it up. The ensuing bag, pillow, or placing has a unprecedented intensity, texture, and richness that captivates the attention and invitations the hand to the touch. Make an lovable Flamingo Tote, a beautiful Lotus Blossom Wall placing, a snug Butterfly duvet, an Eight-Point superstar Pocket, and five lovely pillows to embellish any room in the home. a range of the Crafters selection e-book membership.
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8SC 8-12 ....... 9SC 13-17 .... 10SC 18-22 .... 11SC 23-27 .... 12SC 28-32 .... 13SC 33-37 .... 14SC 38-42 .... 15SC 43-47 .... 16SC 48-52 .... 17SC 53-57 .... 18SC 58-62 .... 19SC 63-67 .... 20SC 68-72 .... 21SC 73-77 .... 22SC 78-82 .... 23SC 83-87 .... 24SC 88-92 .... 25SC 93-97 .... 26SC 98-102 ..... 27SC 103-107 ... 28SC 108-112 ... 29SC 113-118 ... 30SC 119-124 ... 31SC 125 .......... 32SC 126-173.. 32SC ASSEMBLY Secure the eyes to the Head. Make two French knots on the Head with a scrap of CC for the nose.
As my love of crocheting expanded, I sought out pattern books that offered new, fresh and contemporary designs. But most of the books I could find were filled with projects that reminded me of my grandmother’s wardrobe. So, instead of following patterns, I began creating my own designs and experimenting with clothing and accessories I thought would mesh with the trendsetting styles of my friends. My newfound creativity helped me to tap into the playfulness of my youth and inspired me to re-create the familiar, silly toys of my childhood.
20SC 16-17 .... 18SC Single Chrochet Decreasing 2 SC in 1 SC Increasing 1 SC to 2 SC slip stitch HEAD (for Hare and Bear) With larger hook and MC, ch 4, sl st in first ch to form ring. RNDS 1–5: Work as for Rnds 1–5 of Body. RND 6: Sc in each of next 3 sts, 2 sc in next, * sc in each of next 4 sts, 2 sc in next st; rep from * 4 times, sc in last st of rnd—36 sc total. RND 7: * Sc in each of next 5 sts, 2 sc in next; rep from * 5 times—42 sc total. RNDS 8–9: Sc in each st around. RND 10: * Sc in each of next 19 sts, dec; rep from *once— 40 sc total.