María Cielo: "Amapola tejidos artesanales"

María Cielo: "Amapola tejidos artesanales"

Tienda TENT by Roxana Galindez - Tejidos Artesanales: Sweaters ALEXANDRA en gris

Tienda TENT by Roxana Galindez - Tejidos Artesanales: Sweaters ALEXANDRA en gris

Por estos lados del sur hace mucho frío, dan ganas de caminar por lugares bellos y respirar aire fresco e ir calie...

Por estos lados del sur hace mucho frío, dan ganas de caminar por lugares bellos y respirar aire fresco e ir calie...

9 x Balls of <strong><a href="http://www.woolandthegang.com/product/shiny-happy-cotton/yarn-and-wool">Shiny Happy Cotton</a></strong> (5...

Dot Cotton Sweater

9 x Balls of <strong><a href="http://www.woolandthegang.com/product/shiny-happy-cotton/yarn-and-wool">Shiny Happy Cotton</a></strong> (5...

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cuello waffle — de las bolivianas

cuello waffle — de las bolivianas

De las Bolivianas tejidos artesanales. Sacos tejidos.

DE LAS BOLIVIANAS TEJIDOS ARTESANALES: Color y alegría en cada prenda

De las Bolivianas tejidos artesanales. Sacos tejidos.

To make the wreath, I started by working single crochet stitches around the wreath form. I made sure to keep them close together and counted them so I had a multiple of 3 for my next round. For round 2, I worked a v-stitch all the way around. For round 3, I also worked a v-stitch with 4 chains in between the double crochets rather than just one. This left a sweet little scalloped edge. When finishing off, I made sure to create a loop for hanging the wreath

To make the wreath, I started by working single crochet stitches around the wreath form. I made sure to keep them close together and counted them so I had a multiple of 3 for my next round. For round 2, I worked a v-stitch all the way around. For round 3, I also worked a v-stitch with 4 chains in between the double crochets rather than just one. This left a sweet little scalloped edge. When finishing off, I made sure to create a loop for hanging the wreath

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