Comment faire une Blouse au crochet ? Facile et Rapide - Toutes tailles - Aquarelle Lou Passion ⭐️ (2023)


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Matériel de la vidéo :

- Aquarelle Multicolore, Réf 020, de chez Lou Passion, 50 gr, 125 mètres de fil : 100 % Coton
( XS/S : 6 pelotes ; M/L : 7 pelotes ; XL/2XL : 8 pelotes ; 3XL/4XL : 9 pelotes ; 5XL/6XL : 10 pelotes )
- Crochet n°4,00,
- Aiguille à laine,
- Marqueurs à laine.

Points utilisés :

- Maille en l'air : m.l.
- Maille coulée : m.c.
- Maille serrée : m.s.
- Demi-bride : d-b.

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Hello to all, we meet today to make a crochet valentine blouse.

This model was made with the watercolor of the one where passion is an easy, fast and economical model.

I also send lots of kisses to valentine de grace, who m inspired.

This very pretty model.

I therefore offer you this blouse, which is a beginner level from size xs to 6xl in terms of the explanations for the material, as well as the production sheet in pdf format, you can find all the information in the description of this video or on the feather crochet dot com.

So here is all the material is displayed on the screen.


Let you note everything that interests you and we move on to the point so use the past llama chain stitch as well as the half bridle.

The model that I propose to you is made without sewing.

We will make two parts which will both emerge on either side of our match and net initial.

In this tutorial, I used multicolored watercolors I really had a super crush as soon as I saw.

It's magnificent colors and immediately thought of my little valentine of grace, who loves all the colors and suddenly, as I, did not use the shadow watercolor I leave.

You tell me in the comments what work you would like me to do on my channel with ombre watercolor, so you're used to it I'll, let you take a break on the little size guide or find it directly on my website le crochet de plumes points as if to note the dimensions that interest you, according to the size that you want to achieve so for sizes, xs to l, we will do 148 jersey looks xl to 3 xl 164 4 xl to 6xl 180 mayans looks plus one will make a chain stitch according to the size that we want to achieve.

We start with a slipknot and have mounted well.

We we, my in the air according to the size that we realize we will come to take from the first chain stitch that we made so not the ones that are tro uvent on our hook.

This is going to be the starting point, so from this first stitch for sizes, xs to l, we count 44.

My home is a marker.

We count 36 my we put a marker and we must have 68 left for sizes xl to 3 xl.

We do so.

We take the first map.

We did.

We do 48 my home as marker.

We count 40 my home a marker and we must have 76 manna left for sizes 4xl to 6x.

They have made 52 my home, a marker 44.

My on is a marker and we have 84 stitches left for the size.

I realize I have chained, 44 I put a marker on stitch number 44.

Then I realized 36 chain stitch here.

So this is the part of my collar and I.

Put a marker on stitch number 36.

Then I made 68 chain stitch for the part that corresponds to the back see.

Here we have the back here.

The part of the neckline is here the front and you have to position your markers in the same way.

So we will come to attach, therefore there at the level of the back.

Where I have my marker I stitch in both strands 1 I have you I tie a chain, stitch and I come to make a small knot.

Then we are going to redo a chain stitch from one marker to the other of the number of michael.

We therefore left between the front and the back so for my part, I have just made 36 chain stitch, one two, three: four: five: six: seven, eight 34 35 and 36.

So for sizes, xs to l, we must redo 36 stitch in l, air xl to 3, xl, 40, mayans, air, 4xl, seated xl 44 chain stitch and we come to join just before our second marker.

So we don't join at the place of the marker, but just before and we make mine slip a stitch in the air and we are there.

We made our neckline, so I suggest that we meet on the mannequin for the following explanations.

So here is the result.

For the moment we have made a chain stitch, so 44 stitches in the air.

For my part.

So far, then I cast on 36 stitches in the air to form the part of the neckline like this, for the back I made 68 chain stitch, and now it's going to be super easy.


You can adapt this pattern.

If you want it to be longer, you can actually add facts what you just did and add not in 10 mayans.

The air here says mrs hayes in the air on the other side after, however, what you add in front, don't forget to add it behind, and the converse is true.

If you remove stitches in front of you in front, withdraw behind unless you want an asymmetrical jersey, that's up to you! So now, in fact, we're going to work on one side already, then we'll come and do the other side, and inevitably so I'm really going to give you a very simple point.

Know: I really love the simplest points, especially with magnificent films like this I'm going to leave created in 2000 bridle, so I attach myself and I'm going to tac tac tac tac tac 44.2 bridle myself, then 36.2 bridle me and start back.

In fact, I only want to do 2/2 double crochet rows, each time until I get the width I want, then I'm going to unite and shape and therefore my little one, on the other hand on and leaves, and on the other side.

So there I come to attach myself to the front of the jacket I prick in the first, my a yarn over a chain stitch ptin of security, a stitch holler a yarn over in the same stitch.

Necessarily a half shines after.

If you are new to crochet I strongly invite you to come and mark your first, my every time, one side or the other.

Simply that way, you're sure not to forget it and your part, your work.

Sorry, it won't go wrong, as these are questions that come back to me.

Quite often, really it doesn't cost much to put a marker at the beginning.

At the end, even I do it in the evening when I crochet in my bed, because here with the fatigue when doing annuities mechanically me, the first I forget enamel after I have to undo undo, trusses and raw power a throw, and we left.

We don't fact that both of me double crochet from the beginning to the end, 43 and 44 and again we take the half double crochet on one side of our neckline 35 and 36, and we therefore start again on up the part of the back, always only in half break once you have finished the first row here is the result, so you can position yourself on your support or on yourself to try to see precisely at the level of the measurements if it suits you at the level of the neckline.

Everything is really a model super easy to do, and then we 're really only going to do rows of half double crochet, always stitching in both strands.

Until you have the width, you want I, really love this type of pattern, say my comment.

If you too is your case, because I find that in fact, from the beginning, we see if the model will fit us or not a chain stitch, we turn and we start again on complete rows of 2 double crochets, always stitching in both arms.

So I take a small marker and I mark my first stitch and have only made half bricks s only rows of half breaks.

We will continue to make them so until we have the size in centimeters that we want so there, for example, for a size xs, we will go up to 18 cm s.

20 cm m22, l 24 than that 26 2xl 28, 3, xl, 30, 4, xl, 32.5, xl, 34.6, xl 36 cm, so I am making a size s so I crocheted until my rows reach 20 cm.

We will then fold our work is done so cast stitches to come.

It formed by donating the armhole.

Concerning the total length of my jersey.

We are about 104 cm so folded in half for a size s I will have a top of about 52 cm.

You can very well lengthen these measurements, even at the end with an edge.

Then we're going to come so fold our work in half and make a small row of slip stitches until we reach the armhole and we're going to continue in a spiral to make our little sleeve mina.

She always wants to lie down on my works as soon as I put them on the ground.

It's stronger than her.

So we fold our work age in two with the face to our the part of the back and the part facing the ground.

So the part of the front- and we are going to come, therefore, to make our armholes according to the size that we are making.

We are going to come so leave enough space to make the mouthpiece for sizes xs s.

We will leave 15 cm m.

It 17 cm x, l2, xl, 18, cm 3 xl 4xl 20 cm 4xl 5xl 21 cm 6xl 22 cents is there so I came to test 15 cm in my future, because I make a size s so I simply folded.

My work in half and I'm going to join with a row of mike where the here, especially without cutting my yarn and I'm, going to make slip stitches in both arms, while remaining very flexible until I get to my marker ring at the very top to continue with my small sleeve.

So we start by making a chain stitch, and then we will apply in the two strands on each side really insist: you have to remain very, very flexible in order not to have one of the formations on the side.

We prick in both strands on one side, then on the other, and we come to make a large suit of slip, stitch and always stitching in the two strands.

Once we arrive at the same marker, we do not cut the thread there.

I put myself in suspense to show you the result on the place part see me.

I really love this kind of two cuts on the blues and the tops, and we will come directly to continue with a little piece of sleeve.

After even if you wish, you can very well leave your jersey, like that.

It's up to you, according to your tastes and your desires, so there I repositioned myself on the front.

Part of my work is inside so where I have the cool guys and we purl in this configuration there directly made a stitch in the air 1 I.

Have you I prick in the first wrong here? In both strands and I make my first half double crochet I put my marker back on and we therefore continue with a complete 2 /2 brill.

We work the stitches as it comes to a dem ie double crochet in each stitch.

During the previous throw and where I have my marker, I prick and I directly redo a half double crochet I move my marker, so I position them on the first.

My of my row number two and you can do as many rows.

What you want to get the length of sleeves you want here, I really don't want to do much.

It's just a matter of coming and really doing a little piece of sleeve a game t we move the marker done.

We work in a spiral until we get the length of the sleeves that we want.

So here I end on wax the last my instead of making a half double crochet I'm, going to make a tight mailly and where I have my little marker, a cool stitch and I pull on the loop I, bring it back so I pass my hook behind I pass the loop over the hook and I bring it back a chain stitch and we cut, and we will then come and hide our son.

We have just finished so the first part.

Now that we finished one side, we are going to come and do exactly the same thing.

On the other side, we are going to tie up at the front in two strands.

We tie up our son, a chain, stitch, small knot, a chain stitch, a game t we prick in both strands, and we therefore take a half double crochet.

I will continue to mark my first, my of each row with a small marker and everything that we have done.

We will repeat it so, on the other side, if, for example, you have done 20 rows for part 1, we will do 20 rows for part 2.

If you have done 35, you do 35 again, you do as many times as you did for the first part, always stitching in both strands and above all, by not making any decrease and no increase.

So there, the last my we have to stitch is the one where we have our hours mark.

We remove it.

Then we come to work as before in each stitch of the machine is also sailboats and we will continue so there.

It is the back and there it is the first row of the second part.

You do exactly the same thing on the other side and your little up will be finished and that's it for this video I hope you enjoyed it I.

Send you lots of kisses.

Take it, take good care of yourself and see you very soon for new tutorials hi.

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