R A I N B O W
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Do you feel like something colorful and dreamy. Then this delicate boho rainbow pendant is just right for you. But beware, you get hooked on it ♡ I can´t count how many I have crocheted. Whether as a gift or as a personal one for you ♡
You can start immediately. They are crocheted quickly and easily. . .
Here is the free english pattern:
Difficulty level: easy
Time: about half an hour
crochet yarn: about 20 grams 100% cotton in the color of your choise. For example mint, creme, gold and pink
cord to hang it up (optional)
crochet hook: no. 3
O thread ring
X single crochet
V double stich (increase)
>> repeat until the end of the round
At first 4 wool stripes must be prepared. They are therefor to crochet around them for each row.
I simply wrap the yarn around my fingers five times. For the shorter threads around three and for the longer threads around four fingers.
These produced cords (each made of 4 - 5 threads) are about
10 cm, 12 cm, 14 cm and 16 cm long.
To start the rainbow you in the area below. That´s why you work from the shortest to the longest cord.
And that´s how it works. . .
The stiches are crocheted around the cords, so that a thread tuft hangs down on both sides of the row. To become a beautiful bow, you should gently pull the tuft from both sides. You crochet in rows. For each row you choose a different color to create a colorful rainbow. You start with the shortest strand.
1. R: [mint] 12 X = 12 M
2. R: [creme]1 ○, VX >> = 18 M
3. R: [gold]1 ○, VXX >> = 24 M
4. R: [pink]1 ○, VXXX >> = 30 M
The making of the first row.
Making of the forth row.
After each row the threads are cut generously, so that they can be sewn in the end. It´s therefore to keep the tuft in place and the yarn can´t slip out.
Aferwards cut the tuft to the wanted length and brush gently with a comb to get the desired boho structure.
And you are done♡ If you like to you can attach a cord to hang this little BOHO rainbow pendant wherever it makes your heart happy ♡
In every crochet pattern sticks a lot of love, so you should be honest and fair with it.
I therefore cordially please:
This pattern first appeared on http://www.haekelliebe-by-bine.com/ (Juli 2018). Instructions and photos belong to bine from www.haekelliebe-by-bine.com. Please name me as the designer and link to my page. Neither this pattern, nor parts of it, nor the finished BOHO rainbows are allowed to sale.
Don´t be afraid to show your true colors 💛 💚 💙 💜
I hope you enjoyed crocheting these sweet little B O H O rainbow ornaments. Looking forward to read your comments and suggestions.
Wish you love and light