Round Tablecloth Crochet Pattern
Round Tablecloth Crochet Pattern : Cheap Linen Fabric.
Round Tablecloth Crochet Pattern
- A cloth spread over a table, esp. during meals
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- Make (a garment or piece of fabric) in such a way
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- (crocheting) creating a garment of needlework
- needlework done by interlocking looped stitches with a hooked needle
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round tablecloth crochet pattern – Vintage Crochet
The body of the anemone is a sort of hourglass shaped tube. I used a wool/soy mix variegated yarn (yes, soy). Make a chain of about 20 stitches, slip stitch into the first chain to make a ring. Single crochet around the ring to make a tube. When you get to about the point where you want to make the body smaller, for the waist of the anemone, put three decreases in, one at about each third of the body. Keep crochet around in single stitches . When you want to increase for the top lip of the anemone, put two single crochets in each stitch (increase) for one row, then one single crochet and one increase for a row. If you want to make the top lip even wider, add one more single crochet for every row you do (so the third row would be two single crochets, one increase, the fourth row would be three single crochets, one increase, etc).
The Fringe Tentacles.
Of course an anemone has to have fancy tentacles. I used an eyelash yarn with green threads and pink tinsel. Tie the eyelash yarn to the anemone’s lip to start. Crochet 10 chain stiches, and single crochet to the next stich. Repeat all the way around. After you’ve got tentacle edging all the way around, tie it off.
Turning the anemone inside out makes the hourglass shape even more exagerated. The aneomone in the picture is inside out.
KIP,WIP: grey owl gloves
I don’t know if I’ll make the owls friends or lovers.
This is also my first thing that I Knit In Public. Did it during while working as an election judge yesterday. All the older ladies (and the two older gentlemen) working with me were very impressed and several voters commented positively about it too.
One of the other judges brought her craft stuff, too. She was doing filet crochet using crochet thread and a tiny tiny hook to make a tablecloth. Whoa, she already had a few feet done, but think she’d finish until the holidays or so! I watched her work on it a little bit and got a good idea of how it works, so that’s on my list of stuff to try now.
round tablecloth crochet pattern