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segunda-feira, 9 de abril de 2012

Galinha em Crochê I

Essas galinhas em crochê foram adaptadas da receita em inglês, fiz em barbante e bordei com fio Bella. O site da receita esta abaixo. Bom trabalho.







Crochet Chicken Egg Cosy 

Colour choices are total your choice but as an example I made the outside in a pastel colour and
the inside and body parts in a contrasting dark colour. Have fun adding any design of your choice
to the completed cosy.
Note: All parts are made in the round (spiral) without joining rows
Tools: 2.5 Crochet hook
Yarn: Any that works with hook size
Skills needed: Single crochet (sc), Double ‘magic’ ring
Comb (made up of three sections A, B, C)
Large (Make one) [A]
Round 1 : Make a double ring with 5 sc ( 5 sts) 
Round 2 : sc twice in each sc (10 sts)
Round 3 - 5 : sc 10 sts (10 sts)
Round 6 : sc8, sc2tog ( 9 sts)
Round 7 : sc7, sc2tog ( 8 sts)
Round 8 : sc6, sc2tog ( 7 sts)
Round 9 : sc5, sc2tog ( 6 sts)
Break yarn and slip stitch to fasten off, tuck ends inside and flatten
Small (Make two) [B & C]
Round 1 : Make a double ring with 4 sc ( 4 sts) 
Round 2 : sc twice in each sc ( 8 sts)
Round 3 - 4 : sc 8 sts ( 8 sts)
Round 5 : sc6, sc2tog ( 7 sts)
Round 6 : sc5, sc2tog ( 6 sts)
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[B] - Break yarn and slip stitch to fasten off, tuck ends inside and flatten
[C] - Leave yarn attached and continue to make-up
To make-up: 
Step 1: sc3 across one side of [C] (where yarn is still attached)
Step 2: Join [A] by sc3 across one side of [A]
Step 3: Join [B] by sc3 across one side of [B] and then sc3 on other side of [B]
Step 4: sc3 across other side of [A]
Step 5: sc3 across other side of [C]
Step 6: slip st along length to close and break yarn and slip stitch to fasten off
Beak
Top (Make one)
Round 1 : Make a double ring with 4 sc ( 4 sts) 
Round 2 : sc twice in each sc ( 8 sts)
Round 3 : sc1 , sc2 in next st ( 12 sts)
Round 4 : sc12 ( 12 sts)
Fold in half and slip st along length to close, break yarn and slip stitch to fasten off
Bottom (Make one)
Round 1 : Make a double ring with 4 sc ( 4 sts) 
Round 2 : sc twice in each sc ( 8 sts)
Round 3 : sc8 ( 8 sts)
Fold in half and slip st along length to close, break yarn and slip stitch to fasten off
Legs
Leg (Make two) Starting at toes end of leg
Round 1 : Make a double ring with 6 sc ( 6 sts) 
Round 2 - 15: sc6 ( 6 sts)
(or until desired length) break yarn and slip stitch to fasten off
Toes (Make four)
Round 1 : Make a double ring with 6 sc ( 6 sts) 
Round 2 - 3 : sc6 ( 6 sts)
Break yarn and slip stitch to fasten off
To make-up: 
Sew 2 toes on each side of legs at about three rows up from end of leg so when you pinch the
toes and the end of leg together they are about the same length. If desired you can catch the two
toes so they stay pointing down.
Page: 3 of 4 
Body (made up of two sections)
Outside (Make one)
Round 1 : Make a double ring with 4 sc ( 4 sts) 
Round 2 : sc twice in each sc ( 8 sts)
Round 3 : sc all sts ( 8 sts)
Round 4 : (sc1, sc2 in next sc) 4 times ( 12 sts)
Round 5 : sc all sts ( 12 sts)
Round 6 : (sc2, sc2 in next sc) 4 times ( 16 sts)
Round 7 : sc all sts ( 16 sts)
Round 8 : (sc3, sc2 in next sc) 4 times ( 20 sts)
Round 9 : sc all sts ( 20 sts)
Round 10 : (sc4, sc2 in next sc) 4 times ( 24 sts)
Round 11 : sc all sts ( 24 sts)
Round 12 : (sc5, sc2 in next sc) 4 times ( 28 sts)
Round 13 : sc all sts ( 28 sts)
Round 14 : (sc6, sc2 in next sc) 4 times ( 32 sts)
Round 15 : sc all sts ( 32 sts)
Round 16 : (sc7, sc2 in next sc) 4 times ( 36 sts)
Round 17 : sc all sts ( 36 sts)
Round 18 : (sc8, sc2 in next sc) 4 times ( 40 sts)
Round 19 : sc all sts ( 40 sts)
Round 20 : (sc9, sc2 in next sc) 4 times ( 44 sts)
Round 21 : sc all sts ( 44 sts)
Round 22 : (sc10, sc2 in next sc) 4 times ( 48 sts)
Round 23 : sc all sts ( 48 sts)
Round 24 : (sc11, sc2 in next sc) 4 times ( 52 sts)
Round 25-34: sc all sts ( 52 sts)
Leave yarn attached
Inside (Make one)
Round 1 : Make a double ring with 4 sc ( 4 sts) 
Round 2 : sc twice in each sc ( 8 sts)
Round 3 : (sc1, sc2 in next sc) 4 times ( 12 sts)
Round 4 : (sc2, sc2 in next sc) 4 times ( 16 sts)
Round 5 : (sc3, sc2 in next sc) 4 times ( 20 sts)
Round 6 : (sc3, sc2 in next sc) 5 times ( 25 sts)
Round 7 : (sc4, sc2 in next sc) 5 times ( 30 sts)
Round 8 : sc all sts ( 30 sts)
Round 9 : (sc4, sc2 in next sc) 6 times ( 36 sts)
Round 10 : sc all sts ( 36 sts)
Round 11 : (sc5, sc2 in next sc) 6 times ( 42 sts)
Round 12-18: sc all sts ( 42 sts)
Round 19 : (sc6, sc2 in next sc) 6 times ( 48 sts)
Round 20-24: sc all sts ( 48 sts)
Page: 4 of 4 
Break yarn and slip stitch to fasten off. Turn inside out.
NOTE:
- Number of increase rounds can be adjusted to suit size of egg by trying fitting while in progress.
- Round 19 is to allow for cosy to fit over lip of egg cup, this may need to be moved up or down
depending on egg cup
- Outside is 4 sc wider than inside to ensure that it does not cause the inside to pucker up when
they are joined together

To make-up: 
Note: While sewing on parts they can be secured by a couple of knots as they will be hidden
between body parts
Sew Comb on to top of Outside of body, front to back, bending over point
Sew on top beak curving down, approx 6 rows down from comb
Sew on bottom beak curving up close to top beak
Sew two beads on for eyes
Sew legs on about one round above bottom of body making sure the toes are level
Put a little stuffing inside point of head to prevent it squashing flat
Place Inside body in the outside of body and adjust stuffing so the edges can meet when a little
pressure is applied to the inside part.
Crochet edge of outside to the edge of inside, note that the outside has 4 more sc than the inside
so you need to sc2 from outside to 1sc on the inside, 4 times evenly around the edge.
Add any embroidery once the egg cosy has been made up being careful that you do not stitch
through both layers of the body. Secure and hide the ends of the yarn by tying a knot at the end
of the yarn and pulling it through a gap in the crochet of the top layer so it is hidden between the
outside and inside layers.
Fonte: http://piecesofmylife-victoriag.blogspot.com/2009/04/well-after-having-spent-morning-trying.html

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