Monday, January 26, 2015

Flowers in Black Pattern


I promised before, to make a tutorial for the hexagon, I made this bag with. Here you go!

(Click here for dutch version/klik hier voor nederlandse versie.)

You start with a circle made of 12 double crochets (click here for instructions).








17 comments:

  1. That looks lovely. I saved the post on bloglovin so I can't lose it!! I think my mom would love this pattern!! :-)

    Have a great Monday.

    lovely greetings,
    Emily
    (casacreaemilia.blogspot.nl)

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  2. It looks great, thanks for the tutorial! : )

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  3. Just beautiful, and the black really makes the flower colors pop!! Thank you for sharing your work and the instructions are fabulous! My next big project! I tweeted and shared! Sandy

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  4. Your bag is so sweet! thank you for the tutorial.

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  5. Beautiful!!! I have two questions.... 1. What kind of yarn did you use? 2. Did you line the inside of the bag with anything for stability?

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    1. I used a cotton 8 with hook 2,5mm and didn't line it.

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  6. Thanks, I can't wait to make one! :-)

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  7. Thank you, I'm looking forward to making this, it is fabulous!

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  8. Very nice pattern and awesome tutorial ^^..b

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  9. I absolutely love this design. 1 question though - how do you do the straight edges? Are they done with half hexagons? Thanks very much - love all of your designs!

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  10. No, they are just folded in half and then continued on the other side. The top of the bag, I filled up with shorter and longer stitches.

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  11. Oooh wat een prachtige tas! En zo fijn de uitleg met foto's! Wat voor garen heb je hiervoor gebruikt? Ik overweeg om een sprei hiervan te maken, kan dit dan met hetzelfde garen of wordt dat te zwaar?

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    1. Ik heb een cotton8 gebruikt. Denk dat dat ook prima kan als sprei.

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  13. Very pretty. Thank you so much for the tutorial.

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