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Haakpatroon Beer Deken

Haakpatroon Beer Deken

Looking for a quick, easy, and gender neutral baby blanket?! This one is going to be your new go-to pattern! I’ve combined my two newest obsessions: Bernat Blanket Yarn and C2C (corner-to-corner) to create this extra soft and snuggly Teddy Bear Blanket! If you aren’t familiar with Bernat Blanket Yarn, it is a bulky weight, soft …

Different yarns produce different spool sizes. Use cotton thread, metal thread or baby yarn to make very thin, delicate spools. Use several thin coils of the same or many different colors to use as equipment ; Purse grips, belts, necklace chains, ties for gift wrapping.

1. Crochet a necklace about 5 times as long as you want your finished bobbin. 2. Make three stitches in each crochet work; Your runoff determines your width. Double or half double crochet stitch. 3. Wrap the curls while working. 4. Bind off.

Wide coils can be assembled to one Toy doll Use a larger hook (# 4 or 5) and 4-ply or lumpy yarn.

1. Crochet a necklace about 5 times as long as you want your finished bobbin. (Doll body needs about 100 Lm (20 rings).) 2. Make three stitches in each crochet work.Your choice of stitch will determine your width.Two mesh for the body or half double stitch for arms and legs 3.While you work 4. Bind and put 2 or 3 skeins of wool through the middle of the turns to secure them, not too tight or they will not be "springy." 5. To crochet a head, chain 3 and join it into a circle crochet each stitch until you have a circle that is twice the size of your desired head size Tighten Make another half head and put it together 6. Add to your Favorites Add to My Movies Add to My Movies See My Movies Add to My Movies My Movies Add to My Movies Add to Wishlist Add to Compare

Tips: * Use any cotton thread or yarn. * Experiment with big and small hooks. * Your doll can be very big or very small if you use more or less rings. * If you want more rings, just tie the last ring off. Make another chain and tie it to the end of the finished ring.

Warning: * Be careful not to add or drop stitches. * Always leave enough yarn at the end to sew your pieces together.