It is really hard to see how the pattern starts, can you help with the beginning
AH, it's not a good quality picture. I rather posted it as just an image. Check it out again. I added a chart.
Thank you for the chart. Much easier to read!!
This looks like the bigger roses...I love the ones that are on the blue shawl with the fur edging. Is this the same pattern? The Roses in that one look tighter...
They are different. I added the tutorial for you I found somewhere. Enjoy and good luck!
Hi, some of your images from the red roses are not uploading, so I can't see the full tutorial!! Is there a chart for them?
Natalia - THANK YOU, THANK YOU. This is so beautiful. Seeing your blog always inspires me to try something new.
I am still a new crocheter so this is probably way past my skill level - plus I can't read chinese to understand the step by step process...ah...someday.
Everything we didn't do before seems hard. You just have to try. You are going to feel so good after all. Try it! Good luck! I am glad I am inspiring you, that's my goal.
Lovely... I am pretty much still a learner even after 5-6 years and I find it difficult to follow the diagrams so I guess the pattern is a bit beyond me but I do admire those who have such amazing talent... :)
I understand.We all different. Some people perceive words better that images. I learn from what I read and see, not from what I hear for example.
Which one is the red roses pattern?
There is a tutorial for red roses, no pattern.
I want to make a baby blanket for a friend - do you have a pattern for the fifth photo on this page - the one in Lilac?
Hi Korneliya, the diagram in the post, that's all. Make some flowers bigger, adding rows, put smaller flowers in between. There is no other pattern. Sorry.
what a inspiring blog , can you please give me more information of book or magazine of the last pattern the red flower , I would like to buy it ,and hopefully do a baby blanketthanks
Hi! I am sorry to say this is all I have and I am 99% sure it's all you can find on WEB.It looks like :sc - single crochetss - slip stitchhdc - half double crochetdc - double crochetch4, ss1 in first stitch,ch5, sc1 in the loop, ch5, sc1 in the loop, ch 5, sc1 in first ark,*ch5, sc1 in next ark*, repeat a few times (I guess to the desired size of the flower), I see 10 arcs all together, then pull yarn through last stitch, leave enough to get to the center again, make # sc1, ch3, dc6 or 5, ch 3, sc1 in the first arc #, repeat from# to # in every arc,pull yarn through last stitch, leave a string to the center of next flower, repeat second flower and so on.I don't know if it's clear, try to make it and you will see how it goes. I am not sure about how many stitches one should make for every petal. I guess it would be clear in the process.You know what, I'll try it myself and post it.
I found the picture of the brown roses afghan on pinterest with the link to here. But 15 of your pictures don't download....just 2 small pics of red roses. Is there any help you can send me? I'd love to make this for a friend's 20th wedding anniversary! Thank you in advance, it would be greatly appreciated! Diana firstname.lastname@example.org
sorry...... I meant the purple roses afghan.....not grey!! lol
Pinky, look here:http://www.liveinternet.ru/users/galochka_galchjonok/post156404824/Does it help?Sorry for taking time to answer!Good luck with your project!
Thank you It just might help!
The last 16 or so pictures after the last one with the chart and the model do not load (may be a compatibility issuer, I have windows 7). Is this on Ravelry or somewhere or have you written this up (I see it is an older post) Thanks.DavetteBhttp://www.DavetteBrown.com
Sorry, there is nothing I can do.