Donnerstag, 10. September 2015

Granny Square: The Flower Within – Die innere Blume


Dear friends,


maybe you'll remeber this granny square...
  

I've made it a long time ago and used it in a few projects already.




I simply love it. Last march I even wrote the pattern down but I never came round to publishing it. Today though...

Granny Square „The Flower Within“


Abreviations:
  • ch = chain stitch
  • dc = double crochet
  • loop = loop made of ch
  • MR = magic ring
  • rd = round
  • sc = single crochet
  • ss = slip stitch
  • tr = treble
  • tr3tog = 3 tr together

Start with MR

Round 1: ch 4 (= 1 tr + ch1), * 1 tr, ch 1 *, repeat * till * 6 more times, ss in 3rd ch from start
 

Round 2: ss in 1st loop, [ch 2 + 2 tr] together, ch 3, * tr3tog, ch 3 *, repeat * till * 6 more times, ss in [ch 2 + 2 tr] together 

Round 3: ch 3 (= dc + ch 1), * 6 times [1 tr + ch 1] in next tr3tog, dc in next tr3tog, ch 1 *, repeat * till * twice, 6 times [1 tr + ch 1] in next tr3tog, ss in 2nd ch from start
 

Roud 4: 3 ss till 1st loop (between 2 tr), {ch 2 + 2 tr} together, * ch 2, tr3tog in next loop *, repeat * till * three times, [ch 3, ss in dc, ch 3, skip 1 loop, # tr3tog in next loop, ch 2 #, repeat # till # three times, tr3tog in next loop], repeat [ till ] once, ch 3, ss in 2nd ch from Rd. 3, ch 3, ss in {ch 2 + 2 tr} together
 

Round 5: ch 2 (= 1 dc), * ch 2, 1 dc in next tr3tog, ch 2, [1 tr, ch 3, 1 tr] in next tr3tog, ch 2, 1 dc in next tr3tog, ch 2, 1 dc in next tr3tog, ch 3, 1 dc in next tr3tog*, repeat * till * twice, ch 2, 1 dc in next tr3tog, ch 2, [1 tr, ch 3, 1 tr] in next tr3tog, ch 2, 1 dc in next tr3tog, ch 2, 1 dc in next tr3tog, ch 3, ss in 2nd ch from start
  

Round 6: ch 2 (= 1 dc), * 2 dc in loop, 1 dc in dc, 2 dc in loop, 1 dc in tr, [2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc] in loop, 1 dc in tr, 2 dc in loop, 1 dc in dc, 2 dc in loop, 1 dc in dc, 3 dc in loop, 1 dc in dc *, repeat * till * twice, 2 dc in loop, 1 dc in dc, 2 dc in loop, 1 dc in tr, [2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc] in loop, 1 dc in tr, 2 dc in loop, 1 dc in dc, 2 dc in loop, 1 dc in dc, 3 dc in loop, ss in 2nd ch from start
 

Round 7: ch 3 (= 1tr), 1 tr in each dc, edges as follows: [1 tr, ch 2, 1 tr] in loop, end Rd. with ss in 3rd ch from start
 

Finishing:
Fasten off and weave ends in. Pull magic circle close, weave thread in.

P.S.: This granny was crocheted with Phildar Phil Coton 3 and a N° 3 hook. It measures app. 11 x 11 cm. I've use approx. 42 m of yarn.
P.S.2: Tutorial for sachet as to be seen in first picture can be found here!



Liebe Freunde,


vielleicht erinnert Ihr euch noch an dieses Granny Square?
  

Es sind schon etliche Monate vergangen, seitdem ich es gemacht und bei einigen Projekten verwendet habe.
  



Und ich liebe das Muster immer noch. Ich habe im März sogar das Muster ausgeschrieben, aber es bislang nicht veröffentlicht. Heute jedoch...

Granny Square „Die innere Blume“


Abkürzungen:
ALm = Anfangsluftmasche
fM = feste Masche
FR = Fadenring
Km = Kettenmasche
Lm = Luftmasche
LmB = Luftmaschenbogen
nä = nächste
Stb = Stäbchen
VR = Vorrunde
wdh = wiederholen
zabStb = zusammen abgemaschte Stäbchen

Anfangen mit FR


Runde 1: 4 Lm (= 1 Stb + 1 Lm), * 1 Stb, 1 Lm *, * bis * 6x wdh, Km in 3. ALm
  

Runde 2: Km in 1. LmB, dort 2 Lm und 2 Stb zusammen abmaschen, 3 Lm, *3 zabStb, 3 Lm *, * bis * 6x wdh, Km in 1. zabStb
  

Runde 3: 3 Lm (= fM + 1 Lm),* 6x [1 Stb + 1 Lm] im nä zabStb, fM im nä zabStb, 1 Lm *, * bis * 2x wdh, 6x [1 Stb + 1 Lm] im nä zabStb, Km in 2. ALm
  

Runde 4: 3 Km bis zum 1. LmB zwischen 2 Stb, dort 2 Lm und 2 Stb zusammen abmaschen, * 2 Lm, 3 zabStb um nä LmB *, * bis * 3x wdh, [3 Lm, Km in fM der VR, 3 Lm, 1 LmB überspringen, # 3 zabStb um nä LmB, 2 Lm #, # bis # 3x wdh, 3 zabStb um nä LmB], [ bis ] noch 1x wdh, 3 Lm, Km in 2. ALm von Runde 3, 3 Lm, Km in 1 zabStb
  

Runde 5: 2 Lm (= 1 fM), * 2 Lm, 1 fM in nä zuabStb der VR, 2 Lm, [1 Stb, 3 Lm, 1 Stb] in nä zabStb, 2 Lm, 1 fM in nä zabStb, 2 Lm, 1 fM in nä zabStb, 3 Lm, 1 fM in nä zabStb *, * bis * 2x wdh, 2 Lm, 1 fM in nä zuabStb der VR, 2 Lm, [1 Stb, 3 Lm, 1 Stb], in nä zabStb, 2 Lm, 1 fM in nä zabStb, 2 Lm, 1 fM in nä zabStb, 3 Lm, Km in 2. ALm
  

Runde 6: 2 Lm (= 1 fM), * 2 fM um LmB, 1 fM in fM der VR, 2 fM um LmB, 1 fM in Stb, [2 fM, 2 Lm, 2 fM] um LmB, 1 fM in Stb, 2 fM um LmB, 1 fM in fM, 2 fM um LmB, 1 fM in 1fM der VR, 3 fM um LmB, 1 fM in fM der VR* , * bis * 2x wdh, 2 fM um LmB, 1 fM in fM der VR, 2 fM um LmB, 1 fM in Stb, [2 fM, 2 Lm, 2 fM] um LmB, 1 fM in Stb, 2 fM um LmB, 1 fM in fM, 2 fM um LmB, 1 fM in 1fM der VR, 3 fM um LmB, Km in 2. ALm
  

Runde 7: 3 Lm (=1 Stb), jeweils 1 Stb in jede fM der VR, Ecken wie folgt: [1 Stb, 2 Lm, 1 Stb] in LmB, Runde beenden mit Km in 3. ALm
  

Fertigstellung:
Nach 7. Runde abkanten, Faden abschneiden und vernähen. FR eng zusammenziehen, Faden vernähen.

P.S.: Gehäkelt in Phil Coton 3 von Phildar mit einer 3er Häkelnadel misst das Granny Square ca. 11cm im Quadrat. Verbrauch: ca. 42 m.
P.S.2: Die Anleitung, um aus dem Granny Square "Die innere Blume" eine Duftkissenhülle (siehe Bild ganz oben) zu zaubern ist hier zu finden!


Kommentare:

  1. Thank you! Love that square, I'm certainly going to try that one out. It looks so beautiful and stands strong eventhough it's made in one colour. (Like your cushion very much)

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    1. Happy crocheting! Please do tell me if anything should be wrong with the pattern. Have a nice weekend, Marjan

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  2. Wow! The square is beautiful and I love the pillow that you have done joining the squares.

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    1. Thank you for your kind comment. Why don't you have a try? Happy crocheting, Marjan

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  3. Oh ist das schöön! ♥ Vielen Dank für's Teilen :-). Sonnige Wochenendgrüße sendet Dir Nata

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    1. Gern geschehen und viel Spaß beim Nachhäkeln... Dir auch ein schönes Wochenende (hier leider wolkenverhangen), Marjan

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  4. What a beautiful granny square! Thank you for the pattern-the cushion looks wonderful, I will have a go at these!
    Best wishes
    Alison
    farmhousetraditions.blogspot.co.uk

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  5. Hi Marjan! Stumbled across your blog and this beautiful pattern...but I have a question on Round 1. Where you say 'repeat til 6 times', shouldn't that say 7 times, as I can see 8 spokes in the circle? Thanks so much x

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    1. Hello Heidi,
      how to explain? I'll try: "ch 4 (= 1 tr + ch1)" makes 1st trebble. "* 1 tr, ch 1 *" makes the second trebble. "repeat * till * 6 times" makes trebbles 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8. Does this sound logical at all? I do hope t does...
      Happy crocheting!
      Marjan

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    2. Hi! I had the same problem so I think the wording is making it a bit confusing. If you edit it to say 6 "more" times that would make it so much more clear.

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    3. Right - I gave it a try...
      Maybe I wanted to be too precise and it turned out too complicated. Actually, I do prefer to reduce the instructions to the main features.
      Happy crocheting,
      Marjan

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  6. Another one that just found your blog and I love this. How will I find time to crochet all. Thank you so much for all the free patterns. Hope you find lots of time to crochet.

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    1. Hello there!
      Welcome into my studio! Finding (enough) time to crochet is sometimes pretty hard, I know (sigh!). I do hope you'll enjoy some of the patterns I wrote.
      Happy crocheting,
      Marjan

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  7. Seria posible poner el grafico.
    Un saludo,
    Carmen

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    1. Hello Carmen,
      I'm no good at drawing anything. But yesterday I've downloaded a programm to draw charts. It might still take a while, but I'll try to make one...
      Happy crochet,
      Marjan

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