Fiery Hat and Cowl

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I made this hat and this cowl with a fiery sock yarn. This yarn is a leftover from the Log Cabin Afghan I crocheted last fall. The afghan was a Christmas gift and I was very happy to have some of this gorgeous yarn left for myself. I crocheted the hat first and was able to made a small cowl. Which could only make me happy.

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Tags with Crocheted Flowers – a tutorial

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I have prepared a pdf tutorial (with a list of material, instructions and pictures) that can be found on my web site, right here (in French and in English).

Tags with Crocheted Flowers – tutorial

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Material

  • pale green cardboard
  • beige yarn
  • green paper flowers
  • brown wooden beads
  • beige raphia
  • crochet hook
  • paper punch for making holes
  • paper punch for cutting the corners
  • glue sticks and glue gun
  • scissors
  • pencil and ruler

Instructions

  1. On a piece of pale green cardboard, draw a rectangle measuring 5.5 cm x 8 cm / 2” x 3”. Cut it with your scissors.
  2. Trim the corners with the paper punch for cutting corners.
  3. Make a hole with the other paper punch, in the center, at approximately 0.5 cm / 1/4” from the edge.
  4. Cut a piece of raphia, measuring approximately 40 cm / 15 1/2”. Insert it throught the hole. (See picture below.)
  5. Crochet a flower, using my tutorial for the Eight-Petal Crochet Flower, that can be found on my web site (http://francenadeau.com/tutorials__instructions).
  6. Glue the crocheted flower on the tag, with the glue gun.
  7. Glue a green paper flower in the centre of the crocheted flower.
  8. Glue three brown wooden beads in the centre of the paper flower.

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