Where can I get the pattern for the short sleeved, cream-colored sweater?Stephanie
There is no such pattern, sorry. At least I don't know.
I think it is so terrible to post something so beautiful and then not be able to get the pattern. It's a big tease if you ask me. I am always checking this web site to see if the pattern is posted on the short sleeve cream sweater. If someone ever figures it out please post it.
Connie, sorry for being so terrible! I've been thinking since yesterday about this vest. I'll see what I can do. You wouldn't find a complete pattern on this one for free. To make a pattern one has to make a diagram for the whole thing because the connections would be different everywhere. It's not an easy task to connect round objects in a garment.
na mimi bazar je spousta navodu a také na kruhy daleje možno zadat u valinky takjsou i navody na vse a strasnekrasne iveta zdravi všechny hackovacky
Natalia, thank you for sharing these inspirations, I get a lot of ideas just looking at them! I'm going to brush up on the irish crochet connecting skills and then I'll practice connecting doilies.When I get better at these things, Im going to attempt to make that last cardigan.Sweet!
Natalie, I think you're awesome for posting these!!! They seem pretty easy to recreate if you're familiar with the stitches. Have your tried any?!
No, but it's on my "to do" long list. :)))
Where did the picture of the short sleeved, cream colored sweater come from? I really would like a pattern for this. Maybe if I knew where the picture was from I could track it down.ThanksMyr
Hi Myrna,I think these garments are from catalog, so there is no complete pattern you can find, only to figure out.
So beautiful. thanks for sharing. I'm trying figure out se of the irish crocheting book I found at Joanns. Some of it has taken me a while to learn jist cant get how to crochet over the paddimg dor the daisy in Karen Whites book. simply beautiful.
That last one is sooo pretty...i hope I can figure it out or find a pattern simular...
I want this pattern, how can I get it?
There is no pattern, they are from Catalog. Sorry.
Do you know which catalog? Thank you :)
Sorry, I don't. Those are old pictures, these garments are sold out probably.
Hi Natalie, do you have any suggestions as to how to go about making it?
Well. I would make a template out of fabric, make doilies, stitch them on, leaving edges free, make a net in between.
Is it like a circular shrug?Can you help with making the schematic of the fabric?
You can buy this item from the Roamans clothing catalog - it states it is a hand crocheted item. Go to roamans.com to find it.
Where can I find the pattern for the last two pictured items??I LOVE the vest a lot! www.nothingbutblah.blogspot.com
There are no patterns for those. They are from catalog.
I love the pattern for the last item pictured. But it appears you have not made them but have used pictures from a catalog?
Exactly. I tag my work as my work. This one I am not even sure from which catalog. A lot of pictures on my blog is not my work. Usually I know the brand and mention it. Not in this case though.
Exactly. Roamans.com I should mention it.
Have y'all looked at ravelry.com for these patterns? There are millions of users sharing there so your odds are pretty good I would think.
Love the last photo. Would love a top like it.
yo encontre algunos diagramas de este modelo
Onde consigo os diagramas para poder fazer?
There is no pattern for those garments. Sorry.
http://www.crochetme.com/media/p/89420.aspx this link gives you directions for taking your measurements and the construction for making a sweater. Modify the pattern to keep the front open. Make the amount of doilies you'll need, join them into your fabric.
Thank you for the comment!
I have a wonderful book I purchased on Amazon "Convertible Crochet" by Doris Chan that has beautiful clothing made from crochet Motifs like this lovely vest. If I make it I will post the pattern.
Dear Cheri, this would be a violation of copyright law. Please, do not do that. Creating a pattern takes so much time, work, imagination. Please, consider that and respect designers' work. That is their livelyhood we are talking about. Posting patterns you bought is not victimless crime, it's stealing.