27 de novembro de 2011

Golinha de Abacaxi Pineapple Neck Warmer Pattern

Olá!
Tudo bem?

Mais uma Golinha de Abacaxi 
feita por mim! A primeira Golinha
eu fiz em abril de 2007.
Agora também Pineapple Neck
 Warmer Pattern com a receita
 em inglês escrita por Lee Ann.

HERE ---> English Neck 
Warmer Pattern  --->  Crochet Gotta Love It

AQUI ---> RECEITA

Aqui---> CHART Gráfico da Gola Abacaxis

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Fiz uma Flor com o Ponto Rococó que adoro fazer!

A Receita em Inglês escrita por Lee Ann

Pineapple Neckwarmer  
(Golinha Abacaxi da Rose)


**Materials:  Worsted weight yarn 
(I imagine you might want a soft yarn),
1 pin back, white glue or hot glue,
large-eyed sewing needle

**Hook size ... I haven't determined yet. 
 I need to work up one of these first,
 but I'm guessing either an F, G or an  H hook.

Shell:  3 Dc, ch 2, 3 dc in indicated place or stitch. 

Front Post Double Crochet (FPDC): 
YO; starting from the front, place hook 
from front to back to front around the
post of indicated stitch in row below.  
Complete as a dc.
Back Post Double Crochet (BPDC):

YO; starting from the back, place
hook from back to front to back 
around the post of indicated stitch
in row below.  Complete as a dc.
YO:
  Yarn Over

Beg:  Beginning

To begin foundation (segments):


Ch 3, 1 dc in 3rd ch from hook (segment made)

Ch 3, 1 dc in side (top of dc just made) 4 times

Turn work so that wrong side is now facing.

In 1st segment:

Insert hook in top of last dc just made.
YO and pull up a loop, work 1 sc in same place.

Ch 2, dc in side of last dc made
(same dc where sc was just worked).  
Work 2 more dc in same place, ch 2,
3 dc in same place.



In 2nd segment:
Work 1 dc in 2nd (middle) segment.

In 3rd segment:3 Dc, ch 2, 3 dc.

In 4th segment:
Work 1 dc.

In 5th segment:3 Dc, ch 2, 3 dc,

1 dc in 1st ch of beg ch-3; turn.

Row 2:
Sc in 1st dc (last dc on previous row), ch 2,

Shell in next ch-2 sp (Shell in Shell just made),
1 FPDC around next dc between Shells
(the ridge just made is facing you),
Shell in next Shell, 1 FPDC around next dc
between Shells, Shell in last Shell, 1 dc in top 
of turning ch-3 (at the beginning of Row 1); turn.

Row 3:
1 Sc in 1st dc (last dc on previous row),

ch 2, Shell in next Shell, 1 BPDC around
next dc between Shells (ridge is facing 
away), Shell in next Shell, BPDC around
next dc between Shells, Shell in last Shell,
1 dc in top of turning ch-3; turn.

Row 4:1 Sc in 1st dc, ch 2, Shell in next 

Shell, FPDC around next dc between Shells, 
Shell in next Shell, FPDC around next dc
between Shells, Shell in last Shell,
1 dc in top of turning ch-3; turn.


Repeat Rows 3 and 4 for a total of 19 rows,

to measure 19 inches. 
At the end of last row, turn.

*My sample with the Bernat Coordinates
Baby yarn and a size H hook, had to be 
29 rows to be 19 inches.  Just add more
than 19 rows until your piece measures 19 inches.


Also, try in on at this point. 
It needs to fit about like this:

7 comentários:

inessag disse...

Oieeeeê amadinhaaaa muito bom rever vc miga do coração no meu cantinho ...
Sempre sucesso absoluto este modelito...adorei o detalhe da flor em ponto rococó inovouuu....
Parabéns pelas maravilhas executadas por vc e as sugestões de bom gostoooo sempre detonando geral moça prendada que amodorooooooo!!!...
Beijinhos de boa noite...
te cuida!!!..
com carinho
Inês

Maria Cecília Amaral disse...

Olá. Rose,

Vim retribuir sua visita carinhosa.
Venho sempre aqui, para ver suas produções maravilhosas.

Boa Semana,

bjos
TICA

Lee Ann disse...

Very pretty neckwarmer. I love the bullion-stitch flower in one of the pictures. :)
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ROSE disse...

Lee Ann, thank you for giving to us the English neck warmer golinha pattern!!

Rose
Pink Rose Crochet

Lisa Auch disse...

I LOVE THIS! thank you for allowing Gotta love it to translate it for us! beautiful work! I have made it for my mother inlaw and she loves it! Add this to my favourite Crochet Pattern EVER! :) Lisa

christine grobot disse...

Hello,
My name is Christine and i have a crochet blog named: http://www.rosefeedesbelleschoses.com
I love your neck warmer and I want to know if you can allow me to translate the pattern in french.
I am waiting for your answer,
friendly,
Christine

ROSE disse...


Yes Christine, you can translate the neck warmer pattern into french.
I,m glad!
Thank you!

Rose