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Friday, June 29, 2012

Free pattern carnation Oya

 detail as choker
3 flowersHere is the pattern from that scarf i just finished.  Not only did I make the scarf I also made a necklace that can be worn long or wrapped twice around the neck.
as long necklace
supplies
size 14 hook
size 10 or 11 seed beads will work in 2 colors 1 for flower color and one green ( you can sub 2 long green bugle beads for the green seed beads)
size 30 thread


detail

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beads for necklace strung

string beads 76 color  beads for flower followed by 10 green beads repeat this as many times as needed I did  46 times for scarf and 15 times for necklace.  Make sure to end with green as it has to be crocheted first.  Bad lighting in the above photo.
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  1. starting chain is 30 
    1. ( but you can do anything from 15 to 30 depending on how far apart you want the flowers) ( i did 25 on scarf and 30 on necklace)
    2. 2
  2. Make 1 chain enclosing all green beads in the loop (see photo) 
    1. 3
  3. chain 7 sc between 5 and 6th bead ( if using bugle beads between 1 and 2)
    1. 4
    2. 4
    3. 6
    4. 7
    5. 8
  4. *make another bead loop but close with sc instead of chain(of 4 beads) between beads in the same spot as last sc * repeat 3 more times ( 4 times total)
    1. 9
    2. 10
  5. chain 7, sc in base after last bead turn work
    1. 11
    2. 12
    3. 13
  6. work 7 dc over chain( if using size 11 seed beads I recommend this 7dc be 7 sc same goes for the next set of 7 dc), chain 3 sc between bead 2 and 3 of last color bead loop made
    1. 14
    2. 15
    3. 16
  7. make bead loop (using sc to secure) of 5 beads place in same place as last sc do this 2 more times for this bead loop, add 3 more bead loops to every loop on previous round for a total of 12 bead loops each with 5 beads.
    1. 17
    2. 18
    3. 19
  8. chain 3 work 7 dc over the other chain 7 
    1. 20
    2. 21
  9. make a cluster sc into the bottom of the flower see photo for placement 
    1. 22
    2. 23
    3.  24
  10. make 3 sc over the chain 30, then repeat steps 1 - 10 as many times as needed to get to desired length
    1. 25
    2. 26
15 flowerssingle flower
as choker

Carnation Oya scarf finished

tie on side
tie in front I finished that carnation scarf.  I like it a lot it is amazing how much weight beads can add to a simple little neck scarf.  This was crocheted in one continues pass and then sewn onto the scarf with black thread through the single row chain that goes from flower to flower.  The beads are placed in reverse order on the crochet thread before crocheting it.  it is neat to have a multi color scarf edging with out using multi color thread.  But it does take a long time to string the beads and a long to crochet and shift the beads on the thread as you crochet .  the nice thing about the weight of the beads is before the scarf was so light it never laid nice on the neck area.  Now it lays out well and looks very pretty.
detail

Thursday, June 28, 2012

snow white rose

oya rose lace 
I finished my rose project and noticed my friend had posted her pattern of roses too.  We had been talking about the m for a while and I got impatient and did my own then she did one.  Even thought these look real similar they are constructed using entirely differnt patterns.   So I think it was good for me to do hers as well as mine.  Both have things that are unique to them.oya rose lace
Here is the scarf I put them on.   I have had this scarf since high school I wore it in my hair then.  This one was crocheted using the thread that my friend recommended as I did finally find my thread box of Turkish threads.  I used a size 20 steel hook.  it was interesting because with this type of thread you do not weave your ends in but you burn them and melt them to secure them if not careful you can burn your lace I will need practice at that as yes I did burn my lace and had to re-crochet a leaf because of that.

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

July's RPLAL free pattern

flower wreath

So hey we are early posting this pattern.

you will need to print out four copies of the pattern
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June's RPLAL free Pattern

fleur de lis
here is June's RPLA free pattern.  I hope people are enjoying these patterns would love to see what people are doing with them please add photos to either  the Ravelry group or the flickr group.
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fleur de lis under construction

Lavonda Rose Oya scarf done

tied to the side

as head scarfI finished the scarf I started the other day.  It ended up with  53 roses.  My oldest daughter made two of the roses to try them out also she finished all the the thread but 4 so I would not have to do that.

If you do it with synthetic thread like nylon or polyester which is what is used in Turkey you melt the ends and that part goes faster  but you  tend to burn your fingers too and if not careful singe your crochet.
I  think the scarf came out pretty well myself.  I will enjoy wearing it.  I think it is rather feminine in appearance with the delicate flowers dancing around as a person walks or moves.



worn as neck scarf

This makes me want to add more edgings to my scarfs.  I so love this  just says feminine all over it.

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