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a step-by-stp instrution on an element of a modern IC
Handicraft helps us to cope with stress of our hectic times and really helps to relax. But it also helps us to create really fancy items like a handbag or an applique for clothing.
And the traditional for irish crochet lace element if a flower, you can name any and there will be a pattern for it. But Ukranian masters go beyond and invent their own elements, like this flower with a center made of a puff stitch
I've used Anna-16 yarn, but you can take any size 10 yarn and a hook 1-1.12 mm. Also you can combine different colors for center, puffs and petals (i.e dark green, orange and purple for an echinacea flower)
to begin make 6 chains and a slipstitich into a first one, making a circle
first row: make 3 chains and 11 triple crochet, making 12 stitches in total. slipstitch into a third chain. If you make a multi-colored flower, change yarn to appropriate color
Secord row. Make 3 chains
Make a fisrt puff stitch into a second chain from a hook. Make a yarnover and pull the stitch from a stitch, repeat 3 times. Make the same into a third chain from a hook We have now 2 puff stitches and a first chain
du a yarnover and pull the thread through all the stitches on a hook. then 1 sls into a stitch of a previous row. we made a first knobble
Repeat 11 times.
Turn the work to the back side and nake 12 loops for the petals: make 2-3 chains (this number depends on your gauge, if your chains are loose, make 2, if too tight, make 3) and a wrapping dc. you can check, how its made on following lesson Crocheted irish rose
Make 5 chains for the first petal and 5 double treble stitches. Do not finish them off, you now must have 6 stitches on a hook.
Crochet all 6 stitches together, pake a 3 chain picot on top of a petal.
do 4 chains and a dc into a base loop. Make the rest of a petals, but now do 4 chains instead of 5. With the last one make a slipstitch into a first chain of the first petal
Finish the work by cutting the thread and fix the thread inside the work, sewing in into the base of the petals as a padding cord. More info can be found here Fixing a thread
Our flower is ready to use
This lesson was prepared by Lilia Pervishina especially for http://www.irishcrochetlace.com/