Friday, August 29, 2014

Crochet Confetti Pattern


So, it's kind of a time consuming way of making confetti, but non the less, very durable and fun! Just think how lovely this luxury confetti would look on a pretty set party table, or coffee table. Or how it would brighten up your windowsill or just your pictures... This is how you make them. It's an easy and very small project.


Just make a magic circle, chain 1 and make 7 single crochets (UK double crochet) in the ring.


Use your scraps. I use mercerized cotton (also available in the Color 'n Cream Shop) and a 3,5 mm hook. Once you've made the sc's, pull the beginning of your yarn to close the circle. Now cut the end of the yarn and pull it through.


Now, look at the pictures closely how to join. If you do it this way, it's almost invisible where you've started.


Now just finish off and you are done!! Tadaaaah!!! Isn't it lovely in it's simpleness??


Let's PARTY!!!! Have a festive day!




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15 comments:

  1. Ja leuk hoor ziet dat er uit, ik heb dat ook wel eens gedaan
    op die manier, weer erg kleurvol ☺
    Een leuk en gezellig (knutsel) weekend ☼
    Liefsss van Erica
    {Heidebloempjuh}

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    1. Ja, een echte sfeerverbeteraar vind ik. Bedankt voor je compliment.

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  2. Hi! Itzy bitzy tiny confetti, how cute!!!
    Cool idea!
    Have a nice weekend!
    Ingrid xx
    http://myfunkycrochet.blogspot.be

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  3. So cute! tellement beau! mignon!

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  4. so nice! :) it's a great idea!
    kisses, Ana fazbemaosolhos

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  5. I am merrily making your Flower Square VI blanket in subtle greens, mocha and burnt gold with white petals. It is for a dear friend's 60th birthday and so consequently crocheting 60 squares! They are so pretty and I have had so many compliments already....now just to keep it a secret until her birthday!! Thank you for such an enjoyable tutorial.

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    1. Thanks! It's always so nice to hear people are enjoying my tutorials. The colors sound lovely, and such a luxurious present to give!! I'm sure she'll love it!!

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  6. Cute, all these little confetti in these bright colors. Making them is fun before the party.
    Thanks for sharing.

    I wish a great weekend, Margaret

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  7. Leuk hoor! Ik heb er ook ooit een bergje gehaakt maar dan met stokjes dus iets groter. Ik heb ze in een envelop gedaan en naar een zieke gestuurd met een kaartje.

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    1. Ja, kleine dingen kunnen zo'n groots effect hebben. Dankjewel!

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  8. Just looking at your gorgeous crochet confetti makes me happy (smiling at the computer screen right now); thanks for sharing! Marianne xx

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    1. I love that my work makes others smile! That's what I aim for. Thank you!

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  9. Hello!
    I love your blog! Just to let you know I've mentioned you over on my blog and nominated you for a Leibster award. :)
    xx

    http://loopyfreakwithalist.wordpress.com/2014/08/31/the-leibster-award/

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    1. Congrats on the award and thanks for the nomination. Because of time management I will not be able to participate. I hope you understand. Good luck with your blog!

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