Freeform Crochet Tutorial 18studio sheru
In the lesson, you will see how to make the basic element of the freeform crochet made of bullion block stitches.
Contents of the lesson:
- crochet freeform stitches : Bullion block stitch;
- crochet freeform tutorial;
- freeform crochet images;
For the manufacture of such an element you will need yarn: 49% wool, 51% acrylic, 240 m in 100 g. Hook 4,0-4,5 mm.
For the base sample we used yarn of variegated angora : 10% mohair, 10% wool, 80% acrylic, an area of 550 meters in 100 grams. Hook 2 mm or 2.5 mm.
Before crocheting the element's freeforms, beginners are encouraged to repeat the hooks on the bullion block stitch.
How to bullion block stitch look in the video lesson 40 part 1:
Other crochet options for bullion block stitches are recommended for beginners in our section under the link below, Lessons # 40 part 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7:
The full version of this tutorial (pattern, diagram, chart) are only available for members.
In part you will see step by step pictures how to make such motif
Begin the work from the chain, then a round of single crochet.
We have made 2 puff stitches made of different amount of strings around.
On this photo we have made a round of puff stitches.
Then we crochet by spiral direction
The master shows you how to connect 2 such motifs together with help of reverse single crochet.
In this case you will see how trim looks like
The ready project.
The example made of wool yarn.
The example made of variageted yarn.