Kom ons hekel hoedjies! – Liana Pettifer

HATS
Hoed

Once you understand the principal/anatomy of a hat,you can use any yarn or stitch pattern.
Read Cornel’s anatomy of the hat here http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/happy-holiday-hat
or see my pin.
1) Crown: is a flat circle,starting with 12 sts. For a slightly rounder snugger fit and usually with thicker yarn,I start with 10 sts.The circumference of the flat circle determines the width of the hat.Average is about 17 cm.
2) Side: is a straight tube which ends at about the tip of the ear.
3) Brim:Can be a continuation of the flat circle.More incr give a floppier effect.I have yet to find the perfect pattern/yarn combo.Thicker yarn(Aran wool) and a smaller hook, Elza’s method of crocheting over the previous row, and narrower rather than wide seem to work for a stiffer brim.

Our Pinterest Board,sizing at the bottom!

Enjoy and show!
Liana

Ons hekel groot Granny Squares – Adele Marais

Giant square CAL Playing Hooky

Ek het maande gelede ‘n pinterest bord begin waar ek elke variasie van ‘n giant square en reghoek wat ek teegekom het op gebêre het. Ek het net gevoel daar is soveel moontlikhede dat ons dit nie kan beperk tot net ‘n gewone granny nie. Die enigste reel is dat daar duidelke rondtes moet wees van strepe en/of motiewe en blokke wat ‘n vierkant of reghoek vorm. Daarvan is ook heelwat voorbeelde op die pinterest bord waarvan dié een seker die bekendste is:
clothogoncho
http://clothogancho.canalblog.com/archives/2013/01/10/26113498.html

My pinterest bord vir giant squares en rectangles is hier:

ek glo daar is nog heelwat voorbeelde en patrone wat ek nie gepin het nie!
Ek sal, soos iemand nog mooi voorbeelde raakloop, dit ook daar pin.

Nog ‘n variasie van ‘n giant square waaraan ek bietjie aandag wil gee is ‘n stitch sampler. Dis waar mens elke ry of elke paar rye ‘n ander steek gebruik.
Hier is een wat ek vroeër die jaar klaargemaak het:
Adele se blanky 1

Adele se blanky 2

Dit is met Elle gold DK gehekel. Dit was ‘n heerlike projek en ek gaan deel wat ek daaruit geleer het.
Nou waar begin ‘n mens?
Kleur:
Ek het 8 kleure gebruik. Ek sou aanraai om nie veel meer as dit te gebruik nie. In my kombers is 3 skakerings van blou, 3 skakerings van dusty pienk tot donker plum (Garnet). Lg is die “popper”in die kombers daarom het ek hom net hier en daar in ‘n enkel ry ingebring. Verder is ‘n room/neutrale kleur nodig en die laaste kleur is medium bruin.
Ek het ‘n pinterest bord met kleursamestellings (wat natuurlik my smaak weerspieel!) maar op die Design Seeds webwerf is alle moontlike samestellings. Op pinterest is ook baie ander borde met kleurinspirasie.
My bord: http://www.pinterest.com/hekelverslaaf/colour/
Design seeds: http://design-seeds.com/index.php/search

Hoe begin mens met ‘n stitch sampler?
Ek het sommer uit my kop begin(!) maar die heel maklikste is om met een van die mooi 12”blokke te begin waarvan daar seker honderde is!
Hier is my pinterest bord vir 12”blokke: http://www.pinterest.com/hekelverslaaf/12squares/
Op Ravelry is ‘n baie groot versameling 12”blokke
Dedri Uys van lookatwhatimade is ook besig om nog rondtes te skryf vir haar mooie Sophies Garden vir die van julle wat wil wag.

Steke wat lekker werk vir ‘n stitch sampler:
X lb
Lb, ks, lb
V st (lb, ks, lb in 1 steek) slaan 2 steke oor
Bobbel steek lyk baie mooi
3/5 rye linenst (kb, ks, kb; vlge ry kb in ks sp en ks oor die kb)
Granny clusters
2 dc together met ‘n ks tussenin
Shellst
Dc 3 together met 2 ks tussenin
Gewone rye met hlb of lbe

Probeer die steke eenvoudig hou. Dit lyk nogal mooi as mens weerskante van ‘n nuwe steek ‘n ry hlb of lb in dieselfde kleur maak.

Hier is nog ‘n voorbeeld van ‘n eenvoudige stirch sampler waarmee Looby Loops besig is:

Looby's loops

As dit lyk of die rondtes bietjie begin “wobble”of golwe maak doen 1 of 2 rondtes net in kbe.
Begin ‘n nuwe kleur in ‘n ander hoek. Dit help dat die vierkant nie skeef trek nie. Sommige mense beveel aan om elke rondte in ‘n ander rigting te werk. Dit kan jy doen met ‘n gewone granny square maar nie noodwendig met ‘n stitch sampler nie.

Die hoeke:

By rye wat bestaan uit kbe maak kb, 2ks, kb in die hoek
Bye lb rye maak 2lb, 2ks, 2 lb e in die hoek
Pasop vir “ronde” hoeke. Sit eerder nog ‘n ks in die hoek om dit skerp te hou.
Adele blanky 3

Vra asseblief ! Ek is nie ‘n expert nie maar ek of een van die ander ervare hekelaars sal graag help!

Ek vind nogal dat mens oulike idees vir rondtes kan kry by randpatrone omdat dit gewoonlik ook wys wat om by die hoeke te doen.

Daar is ‘n hele paar groot vierkant en reghoeke wat ek graag wil maak en julle?

Ons hekel weer ‘n groot ronde tafellap.

Adele se doily klaarEk was sooo opgewonde toe ek hierdie lieflike gehekelde tafellap op Pinterest raakloop, maar hartseer toe ek besef die lap is te koop, maar nie die patroon nie. Gelukkig kry ek toe hierdie variasie daarvan wat deur ‘n kreatiewe persoon van ’n vintage patroon, die  “Between Meals Centre Piece” gemaak is. Die patroon se oorspronklike weergawe is gratis bekombaar op Ravelry, maar ongelukkig wemel dit van foute en onduidelikhede. Ons groep het toe reeds beplan om dit as een van ons saamhekelprojekte aan te pak, so ons is nou genoodsaak om die patroon self te herskryf sodat almal dit kan verstaan. Hier volg die eerste 15 rye soos ek dit verstaan. (ons gebruik ons eie terme en afkortings soos ons dit verkies, nie noodwendig die Britse of Amerikaanse terminologie nie) IMG_1102 Giant Doily CAL of the Playing Hooky Group Nov. and Dec. 2014   Abbreviations: ch     chain ss     slip stitch sc     single crochet (kortbeentjie) hdc     half double crochet (halwe langbeen) dc     double crochet (langbeen) tr     treble (dubbelslagsteek) dtr   double treble (drieslagsteek) ct     combination treble p     picot sk   skip

WEEK 1:   Chain 10 and join to form a circle. Row 1:   3 ch to count as first dc, 35 dc into circle, join with ss in the third ch that counted as the first dc. (36 stitches) Row 2:   ch 4, skip 1 dc, sc into next dc. Repeat to end. (You should have 18 loops of 4ch) Row 3:   ss to centre of first loop. Ch 5, sc into centre of next loop of previous row. Repeat to end. Ss into base of first loop. (18 loops of 5 ch) Row 4:   Repeat row 3. Row 5:   ss into first loop, 4ch to count as first tr into same loop, 5tr into same loop, 5 tr into next loop *6tr into next loop. 5tr into next loop* Repeat from * to * to the end, join with ss into 4th ch of first 4chains. (You should now have 99 trebles) Row 6: 11sc into first 11 tr, ch3, *11 sc into next 11 tr, ch 3. Repeat from * to end, joining with ss into first sc. (99sc and 9X3ch loops) Row 7: 9sc into first 11 sc, (skipping the first and the last) ch3, sc into 3ch loop of previous row, ch3, *9sc into next 11 sc, ch3, sc into loop, 3sc. Repeat to end, ss into first sc. Row 8: *7sc into 9sc of previous row (sk first and last), ch 3, sc into first loop, ch 3, sc into second loop, ch3.* ( 3X3ch loops between the groups of 7 sc’s) Repeat from * to end, ss into first sc. Row 9:   *5sc into 7sc of previous row (sk first and last),ch 3, sc into first loop, ch3, sc into 2nd loop, ch3, sc into 3rd loop, ch 3.* (4X3ch loops) repeat from * to * to the end, ss into first sc. Row 10: *3sc into 5sc of previous row (sk first and last), ch3, sc into first loop, ch 3, sc into second loop, ch 3, sc into third loop, ch 3, sc into 4th loop, ch 3 (5X3ch loops) * ss into first sc. Row 11: *1sc into 3 sc of previous row (sk first and last), ch3, sc into 1st loop, ch3, sc into 2nd loop, ch3, sc into 3rd loop, ch3, sc into 4th loop, ch 3, sc into 5th loop, ch 3.* (6X3ch loops) Repeat from * to * to end, ss into first sc. (54 loops altogether) Row 12: ss to the centre of first loop, *ch3, sc into next loop and repeat to end. Ss into base of first ch of first loop( 54 loops again) Row 13:   ss to centre of first loop. Ch 6 (3 counts as first dc and 3 as first 3ch space), dc into centre of next loop, *ch 3, dc into centre of next loop*. Repeat from * to * to the end and ss into 3rd ch of 6ch at the beginning of row. (you now have 54 3ch spaces between dc’s) Row 14: ss into first 3ch space of previous row, ch3 to count as first dc, 2 more dc into same 3ch space. *3 dc into next 3ch space.* repeat from * to * to end, ss into 3rd ch of first 3chains that counted as first dc. (You now have 162 dc’s) Row 15: 1 sc in each stitch to end. (Hier is die plek waar jy nou moet kroek. Daar is twee steke te min om die volgende paar rondtes in te pas. Maak dus 2 kortbene in een langbeen op twee plekke iewers in ry 15 sodat jy 164 steke kan hê i.p.v. 162.)  

WEEK 2: IMG_1104 (2) Row 16: Ch 5 (= dc + ch 2), skip 1 st, 1 dc in next st. *ch2, skip 1 st, 1 dc in next* repeat from * to * and ss in 3rd ch of 5ch in beginning of row. (82 dc and 82 2ch spaces). Row 17: ch 5, 1dc in same st (from now on this will be called a starting V st). *ch 3, skip 5 stitches (ie 2ch, 1dc, 2ch), ‘1dc, ch2, 1dc’ (from now on this will be called a V st) in next dc of previous row*. Repeat from * to * and ss in 3rd ch of beginning 5ch. (= 41 V stitches) Row 18: ss into next ch 2 space, starting V st, *ch 3, ss into the ch3 space, ch 3, V st into V of prev row*. Repeat from * to * and ss in 3rd ch of beginning ch5. Row 19: ss into next ch 2 space, starting V st, *ch4, V st into V st of prev row*. Repeat * to * and ss into 3rd ch of beginning ch 5. Row 20: repeat row 18 Row 21: repeat row 19 Row 22: repeat row 18 Row 23: repeat row 19 but replace the ch 4 with ch 5 Row 24: repeat row 18 Row 25: repeat row 23 Row 26: repeat row 18 Row 27: repeat row 23 but replace the ch 5 with ch 6 Row 28: ss into next ch 2 space, ch 3 (=dc), *7dc in ch6 loop, 1dc in ch2 space*. Repeat * to * and ss in 3rd ch of start.  

WEEK 3:   Ons vorder nou tot ry 39 en dan lyk dit so: gehaakt kleedje 3  Foto: Borduurblog  

Row 29: Ss to second of 7 dc’s, ch3, 1 dc in next 5 st, *ch 2, 6 dc in 7 dc, missing first; repeat from * Row 30: All rows commence with 3 ch, forming first dc and will not be repeated, 5 dc over 6 dc, missing first, ch2, dc in space, ch2; repeat. Row 31: *4 dc over 5 dc, (ch2, 1 dc in space) twice, ch2, repeat from * Row 32: *3 dc, (ch2, 1 dc in space) 3 times, ch2; repeat from * 3 Row 33:   *2 dc, (ch2, 1 dc in space) twice, 1 dc on dc, 1 dc in space, ch2, dc in next space, ch2; repeat from * Row 34: *1 dc, (ch2, 1 dc in space) twice, 1 dc in each of next 3 dc and 1 dc in space, ch2, 1 dc in space, ch2; repeat from * Row 35: Make 7 dc over 5 dc and in space each side with 3 spaces between each group of dc. Row 36: 9 dc over 7dc and spaces each side with 2 spaces between groups. Row 37: 11 dc over 9 dc with 1 space between. Row 38:  1 dc in each st around.  Hier is die nabyfoto van week drie: (foto geleen by die Borduurblog) Dit blyk dat dikker gare as No5 of 4ply veroorsaak dat die kleedjie kartels vorm, veral in hierdie derde deel.

WEEK 4: Row 39: 1sc in the dc of row 38 made in the last space (that is the dc between groups of 11 dc), ch 8, skip 5sts, 1sc in the the next st, ch 8, skip 5 sts. Repeat around. Ss in 1st sc Row 40: ss to center of ch loop, *ch 9, 1sc in next ch loop*. Repeat around. Ch 9, Join with ss. Row 41: ss to next ch loop, ch 3, 1dc, ch 2, 2 dc, ch 3, *(2dc, ch 2, 2dc) = shell; ch 3*. Repeat * – * around. Ss in 3rd of ch 3 Row 42: ss to ch 2 space of shell, starting V, *(ch 2, 1 sc in ch 3 loop, ch 2), V in next shell*. Repeat * – * around. Repeat (-) once more. Join with ss. Row 43: Shell in V, ch 3, sc in sc, ch 3. Repeat around. Join with ss. Row 44: ss to center of shell, *ch 8, sc in next shell* Repeat * – * around, ch 8, join with ss. Row 45: 8dc in ch loop, 1 dc in sc. Repeat around and join with ss. Row 46: Starting V, *skip 3 sts, V in next st*, Repeat * – * around, Join with ss. Row 47: 2 dc in V, ch 3. Repeat around. Join with ss. Adele se week 4 Dis hoe Adele s’n nou lyk.

Row 48: ss to ch 3 loop, *1dc in ch 3 loop, ch 8, fasten in top of last dc to form a ring, 1 dc in same ch 3 loop, 1 dc in each of next 2 dc, 2 dc in next ch 3 loop, 1 dc in each of next 2 dc* Repeat * – * around. Join with ss.

Row 49: 15 dc in ch8 loop, skip 2 sts, 1sc in each of next 4 sts. Repeat around. Join with ss.

Row 50: ss to 7th dc of loop, *sc in 7th, 8th, 9th dc, ch 4,* Repeat around. Join with ss.

Row 51: dc in each of 3 sc, 4 dc in ch 4 loop. Repeat around. Join with ss

Row 52: 15 sc in 15 dc, ch6, skip 6sts, shell in next st, ch6, skip 6. Repeat. (die shell behoort reg bokant elke 4de loop te wees)

Row 53: 13 sc over 15 sc skipping 1st and last st, ch 6, shell in 1st dc of shell of previous row, ch1, shell in last dc, ch6. Repeat.

Row 54: 11sc over 13 sc, ch 6, shell of (3dc, ch 2, 3dc) in 1st shell, ch 2, ( )shell in shell. Ch 6. Repeat.

Row 55: 9 sc over 11 sc, ch 6, 8 dc in 1st shell, ch 1, 8 dc in next shell, ch 6. Repeat.

Row 56: 7 sc over 9 sc, ch 6, 1 dc in each of 8 dc, (1dc, ch 2, 1 dc) in ch 2 space, 1 dc in each of 8 dc, ch 6. Repeat.

Row 57: 5 sc over 7 sc, ch 6, 9 dc in next 9 sts, (1dc, ch 2, 1 dc) in ch 2 space, 9 dc in next 9 sts, ch 6. Repeat.

Row 58: 3 sc over 5 sc, ch 6, 10 dc with 1 ch between each, ch 2, 10 dc with 1 ch between each, ch 6. Repeat.

Row 59: *1 sc over 3 sc, ch 6, 1 dc in 1st st, (ch 3, skip 1 st, 1 dc in next) 4 times, ch 3, (1 dc, ch 3, 1 dc) in ch2 space, (ch 3, 1 dc in next st) 5 times, ch 6. Repeat from *

Row 60: (1 sc, 4 dc, 1 sc) in each of ch 3 spaces but in center ch 3 space: (2 sc, ch 8, close the ring with a ss in sc just made, 13 sc in ring, 1sc). Repeat around.

Baie geluk! Jy het dit gemaak!!!

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Hoekom is jy skrikkerig om aanlyn te koop?

1. Omdat jy nie weet hoe nie?

2. Omdat die wol op die webwerf in US$ geprys is?

3. Omdat jy nie ‘n PayPal rekening het nie?

4. Omdat jy nie die wol kan sien en voel nie?

5. Omdat die posgeld te duur is?

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