7/05/2008

Flower Pot - downloadable



The Pattern for the flower pot is up now
it's stored at ravelry but I hope the link does work for non-ravelrers as well

the pattern has not been tested, but I think it's error-free (I found some and fixed them) but if you find something, probably something that's not being expressed clearly enough please leave a message.

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Kommentare:

  1. This is AWESOME!!!
    Thank you SO much for sharing our pattern!

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  2. Thanks a lot for this beautiful pattern! And congrats for the prize you won :) Hasta pronto!

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  3. What a great pattern and it's free! Thanks for sharing!!

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  4. Thanks for sharing this great pattern! I started it a while ago and hope to finish it next year (like a lot of other UFO's :-))
    I think I found an error on page 3 which I want to report. Maybe it's my misunderstanding the pattern, but I thought you could check it. It's in the first flower/big petals, pistil and stem: row 7 and 8 say "make 1 row (sc24). If I counted correctly it has to be sc30 because row 6 is "sc4,(M2, sc8) x2, M2, sc4" and that's 30 stitches. I like the pattern very much and maybe I'll put the FO in my office as you did!

    Happy New Year to you and your family,

    Dagmar (jazzfisch on ravelry)

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  5. I love this pattern, it is so cute. I want to know if I can alter the flowers a little to make flower pins to sell with my hats on my etsy shop.
    http://www.vilatesniftynook.etsy.com

    Please let me know! Thanks
    Vilate

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  6. What a beautiful pattern! Thanks so much for posting it, you're amazing!

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  7. thank you so much. i have been looking for a pattern to make these type of flowers for soooooo long x

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  8. I love your creativity. Its amazingly beautiful. I have never seen anything as beautiful as this. I made daisy(from oswald) inspired by your pattern.

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  9. wow! i love them! it's beautiful!

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  10. I've downloaded this flower pot pattern, and started to make it. But I had a difficulty to understand the pM abbreviation. Could you please explain it?
    Anyway, this pattern is very pretty, and I love it very much! Thank you for sharing this pattern with us!

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  11. pM is 'place marker'

    is there a specific place in the pattern where you had difficulties to understand the abbreviation?

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  12. I have found out that the term pM means 'place Marker', and now I can continue make this pretty flower pot :). Thank you.

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  13. I love this pattern and i'm almost done. But i'm stuck on the budleaf and steam..row 3, what does esc2 mean? thanks

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  14. Hi, this pattern is so beautiful, I started the pattern yesterday and I it's looking great, just have a difficult with the leaves in the page 3, in the row 16 says "sc1 and place marker to start a new round, don't turn" I already do the sc1 and place the marker but how I continue the next row?? pleae help me. Thanks

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  15. Hi Norma,

    after making the sc1 and placing the marker you just continue with the next row, the line don't turn should make clear that that you just created the beginning of a new row and continue with the next, keep working in the round

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  16. Hi Diana, thank you so much for the explain, now I'll be able to continue with the pattern, reading all the pages I found another thing, wath does it mean in the page 5 in the leave and stem in the 3 row "esc" is like single crochet, is just tha I don't know that abbreviation. Thank you so much.

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  17. hi Norma,

    esc is a extended single crochet, you can find agood explenation here: http://www.nexstitch.com/v_extended_sc.html

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  18. Oh, I love your pattern *-* thank you for sharing thi pattern to us!

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  19. Thanks for sharing this adorable pattern! I love these flowers!!

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  20. thanks for this lovely pattern! I have make one >> http://go-crochet.blogspot.com/2012/12/flower-amigurumi_7.html

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    1. I've just taken a look, it's beautiful!
      take care, Diana

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  21. thanks a lot for sharing your lovely pattern. ;-)

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