Crochet yarn 100 % acrylic in red, green, and brown.
Crochet hook size 3.0
Broomstick Thick Knitting needle 12 mm
28 gauge copper wire (optional)
Crochet Rose Broomstick Pattern
Crochet rose petal small.
Use red yarn. Chain 60, pull 60 loops on 24 mm broomstick knitting needle. Remove work off the broomstick. Fold in half. Pull 2 and 2 loops together on opposite side times 3 so that you have all up 6 loops together (3 per side). Secure with a slip stitch. 7 sc across 1st 6 loops together. Attach 6 more loops together with sl st. Crochet 3 sc +3-ch picot + 3 sc in loops. Repeat last 6 loops to end. Fasten off. Weave in ends. Fold the work together.
Before you work outside rose petals, begin making the rose stem. It is a lot easier to attach the larger rose petals if you have attached the smaller rose petals already to the stem. Use a sushi stick or barbecue stick. To make it easier to attach the yarn, one trick that I use is that I first wrap some wire across the stick. The wrap brown yarn across the stick and keep secure under some wire. Stitch the rose petals to stem.
Crochet leaves (make 4)
Use green yarn and chain 3, pull 3 loops onto the broomstick. Remove from broomstick. 14 sc all around (if you can’t fit 14, that’s fine too). Make sure the single crochet stitches are evenly worked around the loops. Fasten off. When you weave in ends, stitch the opening together. Stitch leaves to stem.
Crochet large rose petals
Work outside rose petals as follows. Chain 30, pull 30 loops over a ruler. Remove work off the ruler. Fold in half. Start at the top where the fold is. Pull 2 loops each side together with a slip stitch + 3-ch picot + 6 sc. Continue as follows down the fold: Pull 1 loop each side together with a slip stitch + 3-ch picot + 6 sc. Repeat pull 1 loop each side together with sl st + 3-ch picot + 6 sc to end. Fasten off. Weave in ends. Fold the work over the previous rose petals you worked.
Crochet yarn 2 ply 100 % cotton in multicolored white and blue.
Beads: 1 purple + 4 white.
Special Crochet Stitches:
Slanting Cluster (SCL): (Yarn over, insert hook into previous DC from right to left, yarn over, pull loop through) x 3, yarn over, pull through first 5 loops on hook, yarn over, pull through both loops on hook.
Bubble stitch: Yarn over 7 times, insert hook in next st, yarn over and pull through stitch, yarn over and pull through all 7 loops on hook.
Front Loop Treble and Front Loop Double Treble (FPTR and FPDTR): Skip next 3 sts, FPTR or FPDTR around next 3 sts.
Crochet Viking Ship Instructions
This pattern uses US stitch abbreviation. The viking ship is made in several steps. You will also use Hairpin crochet technique in making the dragon head and Flag.
Begin crochet the main part of the ship. It will look like the image below. You will be using stitches like SCL, FPTR, FPDTR, and Bullion stitch.
Use a 3.00 mm crochet hook size.
Row 1. Ch 60, turn, 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook, 1 sc in remaining ch to end. Turn.
Row 2. CH 3, * 1 dc in next sc, 1 SCL, sk next sc*, rep between ** to end. Turn.
Row 3 Ch 3, * 1 dc in next SCL, 1 dc in ch sp between SCL*, rep between ** to end. Turn.
Row 4. Ch 2, 1 hdc in next 2 sts, * skip 3 dc, (FPTR in next dc) x 3*, rep between ** to last 3 dc, 1 hdc in next 3 dc. Turn.
Row 5. Ch 3, 1 tr in next 2 hdc, * 3 FPDTR in skipped dc from previous row*, rep between ** to end, end with 1 tr in last 3 hdc. Turn.
Row 6. Ch 2, hdc in next 2 sts, 1 bullion stitch (yo 7 times) in next FPDTR, hdc in next FPDTR*, rep between ** to end, end with hdc in 3 last sts. Turn. Fasten off.
Row 7. Reattach yarn in FPTR from row 4. Continue crochet in FPTR as follows: 1 bullion st in FPTR, 1 hdc in next FPTR. Continue to end of FPTR. Fasten off.
Begin crochet dragon head that will go at the front of ship. Make the dragon head as an independent motif using hairpin crochet technique.
Use the 3rd smallest setting on the heirloom. 19 loops each side with sc in the middle. Remove work from loom. Attach all 19 loops one side with a sc.
On the other side: 2 loops together with sc, ch 2, 2 loops together with sc, ch 4, 3 loops together with sc, crochet down 3 loops with 3 sc + 3-ch picot + 4 sc, ch 3, 5 loops together, crochet up 5 loops with 6 sc, 4-ch picot, sl st in same 5 loops together, ch 7, 3 loops together with sc, ch 4, 2 loops together with sc, ch 4, 2 loops together with sc. Turn. 3-ch picot, In ch sp crochet: (sc, hdc, dc, tr, dtr, sl st down last dtr, sl st in next sc) x 2, in next ch sp crochet sc, hdc, dc, tr, dtr, ttr, sl st down last ttr, sl st in next picot, sl st in every st to 4 ch sp (sk 3-ch sp), 5 sc in 4-ch sp, sc in sc, 2 sc in 2-ch sp. Crochet up loops with 24 hdc. You are now back at your 3-ch picot. This is where you will begin to crochet Dragon beak. Fasten off. There are 2 other 3-ch picot. Stitch them together using a sewing needle. Fasten off and weave in ends.
Attach dragon head to boat and begin crochet beak.
Use a 1.9 mm crochet hook size. 8 hdc down sts, turn, 3 hdc, turn, 2 hdc, turn, 1 hdc. Fasten off. Reattach at 1st hdc of 8 hdc, 3 hdc, turn, 3 hdc, turn, 2 hdc, turn, 1 hdc + 1 dc + 4 hdc in same st. Fasten off.
In the opening behind the beak, stitch a few strings up and down to give the impression of an eye. I also attached a bead there to add to the impression of an eye. :)
Row 1. Attach yarn in hdc row 7, 1 hdc in next 4 sts, 1 dc, 1 tr, 1 dtr, 1 ttr, dttr. Turn.
Row 2. Ch 4, turn and crochet down ch 4 with 7 sc, tr in next st, dc in next st, hdc in next st, sc in remaining sts.
Row 3. *3-ch picot, sl st in next st*, rep between ** across. Fasten off. Weave in ends.
You will create the flat using both normal crochet and hairpin crochet.
Begin crochet flag pole. Ch 41, turn, *1 bullion st in 3rd ch from hook, sl st in next st*, rep to end, end with hdc in last st.
Attach loop on heirloom, and crochet 14 loops each side with sc in the middle. Use the 3rd smallest setting.
Off the heirloom crochet 14 loops together with sc. On the other side, crochet 4 loops together with sc, ch 7, 6 loops together with sc, ch 7, 4 loops together with sc. Turn. Sc + 4 ch-picot in sc, 9 sc in 7-ch sp, sc + 4 ch-picot in sc, 9 sc in 7-ch sp, sc + 4 ch-picot in sc.
Fold in half with picots together + the sc where 14 loops are held together. Fasten off and weave in ends. Attach on top of flag post.
Round 1. With white yarn, ch 2, turn, 8 sc in 2nd ch from hook.
Round 2 – 4. Sc in 8 sc.
Round 5. 2 sc in sc.
Round 6. Sc in sc.
Round 7. Attach red yarn. Sc in 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc. Repeat all the way around.
Round 8. Sc in sc.
Round 9-10. Sc in sc.
Round 11. Sc in 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc. Repeat all the way around.
Round 12 – 14. Sc in sc. Fill in some craft stuffing after round 14.
Round 15. Sc in next 3 sc, 2 sc tog, repeat all the way around.
Round 16 17. Sc in sc.
Round 18. Sc in next 2 sc, 2 sc tog, repeat all the way around.
Round 19. Sc in sc, 2 sc tog, repeat all the way around.
Round 20. Sc in sc.
Round 21. 2 sc tog until hole is closed.
Make the white dots on the mushroom (make 11): With white ch 2, turn, 2 sc in 2nd ch from hook, turn, sl st in 1st sc. Fasten off. Use a sewing needle and thread both ends of yarn through sewing needle and attach to red part of the mushroom.
Yum Yum Crochet Mushroom
Maybe I will have some crochet mushroom for dinner ;D
This crocheted piece is part of a cup cosier, see image below.
Ch 22, turn, 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook, turn, 10 sc in ch sp between sc and turning ch, *10 sc around remaining ch, sl st in 10-sc-circle*, rep between ** 4 times, leave about 4 chs on chain, 7 sc around remaining of chs, turn, sl st in 2nd sc from hook, turn.
10 sc in 2-sc-ch sp, sl st in 4th sc next 10-sc-circle, sk rest of sc same 10-sc-circle, sl st in 4th sc next 10-sc-circle, (3 ch picot, sc in next 2 sc) x 3,sc in next sc, sl st across remaining sc on next 3 x 10-sc-circles, sl st in 1st picot. Do not turn.
Sc in next 5 sc on last 10-sc-circle made, ch 1, sc in next 3 sc, sl st in next picot (middle picot), ch 5, sl st in next 10-sc-circle (the one before 1st picot round 2), turn, 5 sc in next ch-5-sp (creating a bridge), sl st in next sc, sc in next 8 sc. Turn.
(Ch 3, sc in next sc) x 7, sl st in last picot, sl st in next sc (on bridge), (ch 3, sc in next sc) x 4, turn, sl st in sc next 10-sc-bridge (that has no 3-ch sp), (Ch 3, sc in next sc) in remaining sc around until all 10-sc-circles are covered in 3-ch-sp.
Ch 15, turn, 30 sc over the chains, sl st in next 3 ch sp, turn, sl st back up into the next 25 sc, sc in remaining 2 sc, (ch 3, sc in next sc) x 3, sl st in tip of cord, ch 3, sl st in 3rd sl st on cord (from body). Fasten off. Weaven in ends.
With a sewing needle, create a stitch to make an eye on the head of the swan.
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