Saturday, 17 January 2015

Valentine's Rosebud and heart leaf pattern link

Valentine rosebud and heart leaf pattern for more pictures

Sue Pinner The Pattern for the hearts/leaves
These are tiny (1.5-2" top to bottom) but really really simple, U.S. Terms, aran weight, 5mm hook
Magic loop, ch 3, 8tr, ch3 8tr, ch3' sl St, into magic circle pull tight leave long ends start and finish to sew to what ever.
The smaller one was made the same but dc instead of tr.

The Rose bud pattern, as promised. And it is equally as simple as the heart leaf.
Aran weight yarn, 5mm hook.US Terms
Ch15, turn
2dc into second St from hook.
2dc in every following St.
1dc, 1 sc in last St, pull yarn through leave a long end.
Thread long end into darning needle or bodkin, roll the rosebud gently and sew the base of the Rosebud securely, only take a few stitches.
To make rosebud and leaf pin.....
make 2 leaves, leaving long ends tie two leaves together so they over lap a little, sew on a rosebud then add a pin to the back
How simple is that?

Experiment....
Let's see if this works

Yes, The above link does work, but you will have to add me as a friend to see it I think.


Facebook....easier to add pictures.
Sorry to say my laptop is really struggling and I am using my iPad more and more but not finding it easy to do posts on blogger, the written word is easy but adding pictures isn't so I am using Facebook more and more.
If you want to see the free patterns I am adding just add me as a friend on Facebook.

Either use this link or the Facebook picture on the side bar
https://www.facebook.com/sue.pinner

 Hope you will join me but if you don't I fully understand Facebook isn't for everyone
Hugs x

5 comments:

  1. Hello Sue, I'm afraid I don't use facebook for anything, so I won't have access to any of your patterns. Such sweet little roses and leaves!
    Are you able to copy and paste what you put on facebook to put on your blog for those of us who prefer to come here?

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  2. I also do not use Facebook. So sad that I won't see your pretty work.

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  3. Thanks, Sue. I just saw that you've managed to type the pattern here on your blog! Such a pretty pattern, I'm going to have a go today!

    How about buying yourself a new laptop?! ;)

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  4. Oh my. So antique looking! I just adore the pattern and your yarn choice! Will certainly give this a go! Thank you, Sue.

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