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Blusa Crochet Bordada

Blusa Crochet Bordada

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FREE Pattern of the Day » The Flower Girl » CrochetDesigned by Belinda Carter Here's a very unique ladies top that will definitely collect many glowing compliments for your artistic ability!Skill LevelIntermediateSizeLadies sizes small, medium and largeFinished bust sizes 36 (40, 44) inchesMaterialsCrochet cotton size 101,000-yd ball naturalSmall amounts each of dark blue, blue, light blue, dark pink, pink, light pink, dark brown,light brown, dark yellow, light yellow, red, purple and greenSize 5 steel crochet hook or size needed to obtain gaugeTapestry needleClick Here For the Graph (PDF Format).
 
Gauge[Dc, ch 1] 5 times = 1 inch; 4 rows = 1 inchCheck gauge to save time.Pattern NotesEmbroidery thread can be substituted for crochet cotton for the outlining colors.Weave in loose ends as work progresses.Sl st to join each rnd in top of beg st.Graph-reading knowledge is necessary.Odd numbered rows are worked from right to left and are RS of front. Even numberedrows are worked left to right and are WS of front.Beg open mesh: Ch 4 (counts as first dc, ch 1 throughout), sk next ch, dc in next st.Open mesh: Ch 1, sk next ch or next puff st, dc in next st.Puff st mesh: [Yo hook, insert hook in indicated ch or puff st, yo, draw up a lp, yo, drawthrough 2 lps on hook] twice, yo, draw through all 3 lps on hook, dc in next dc.Back Row 1: Starting at lower edge, with natural ch 167 (185, 203), dc in 6th ch from hook,work open mesh across foundation ch, turn. (81, 90, 99 open mesh)Rows 2-53: Beg open mesh, work open mesh across, turn.At the end of Row 53, fasten off, turn.Sleeve ShapingRow 54: With natural, ch 36 (40, 44), dc in first st on back, work open mesh across row,ch 39 (42, 47), turn.Row 55: Dc in 6th ch from hook, work open mesh across rem of ch of sleeve, across back and across ch of next sleeve, turn.Row 56: Beg open mesh, open mesh across row, turn.Rows 57-88 (92, 96): Rep Row 56.First Neck ShapingRow 89 (93, 97): Beg open mesh, work 39 (44, 48) open mesh, turn. (40, 45, 49 openmesh)Row 90 (94, 98): Beg open mesh, work 39 (44, 48) open mesh, fasten off.Second Neck ShapingRow 89 (93, 97): Sk next 37 (40, 45) open mesh for neck opening, attach natural, begopen mesh, work 39 (44, 48) open mesh, turn. (40, 45, 49 open mesh)Row 90 (94, 98): Beg open mesh, work 39 (44, 48) open mesh, fasten off.FrontRow 1: Starting at lower edge, with natural, ch 167 (185, 203), dc in 6th ch from hook,work open mesh across foundation ch, turn. (81, 90, 99 open mesh)Following graph, beg with Row 5 (3, 1). Continue to follow graph through Row 57 (55,53). At the end of last rep, fasten off.Sleeve ShapingWork sleeve shaping the same as for back and continue to follow graph through Row 86(87, 88). (117, 130, 143 open mesh)First Neck ShapingRow 1: Beg open mesh, work 46 (51, 55) open mesh across row, turn. (47, 52, 56 openmesh)Row 2: At neckline edge, sl st across 2 mesh, work beg open mesh, work open mesh
 
across rem of row, turn. (45, 50, 54 open mesh)Row 3: Beg at sleeve edge, beg open mesh, work 42 open mesh across row, turn. (43each size)Row 4: Beg at neckline edge, sl st across first open mesh, beg open mesh, work openmesh across rem of row, turn. (42 each size)Row 5: Beg at sleeve edge, beg open mesh, work open mesh across to last mesh, turn. (41each size)Row 6: Rep Row 4. (40 each size)Row 7: Beg open mesh, open mesh across row, turn.[Rep Row 7] 1 (2, 3) times, fasten off.Second Neck ShapingRow 1: Sk next 23 (26, 31) open mesh for neckline opening, attach natural, beg openmesh, open mesh across rem of row, turn. (47, 52, 56 open mesh)Rep in same manner as first neck shaping, reversing shaping. Note: As Row 2 of first neck shaping says to beg at neckline edge, to reverse the patternyou will beg at sleeve edge and work 45 (50, 54) open mesh across row, turn.DetailingFollowing graph for color changes, outline puff meshes by working 2 sc in dc on side of mesh or 2 sc in puff st at top or bottom of mesh.AssemblySew shoulder and side seams. Neckline, Sleeve & Bottom EdgingsRnd 1: Attach natural at seam, ch 1, sc around in multiples of 6 sc evenly sp around, joinin beg sc.Rnd 2: Ch 1, beg in same sc, [sc in next sc, sk next 2 sc, 5 dc in next sc, sk next 2 sc] reparound, join in beg sc, fasten off.TRADUCCIÓNGRATIS Plan del día »La Flor Chica» CrochetDiseñado por Belinda Carter Aquí hay una muy singular señoras principio que definitivamente recoger muchos elogios por su brillante habilidad artística! Nivel de dificultadIntermedioTamañoSeñoras tamaños pequeños, medianos y grandesTerminado busto tamaño 36 (40, 44) pulgadasMateriales* Crochet algodón tamaño 10o 1.000 yardas balón naturaleso pequeñas cantidades de cada uno de color azul oscuro, azul, azul claro, rosaoscuro, rosa, rosa claro, marrón oscuro, marrón claro, amarillo oscuro, amarillo, rojo,morado y verde* Tamaño de 5 crochet gancho de acero o el tamaño necesario para obtener calibre* Tapiz aguja* Haga clic aquí para ver la gráfica (en formato PDF).

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