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Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Stash-busting #7 - Crochet keychains.



Jeg har jobbet på flere stash-buster prosjekter om hverandre den siste tiden, og de fleste mangler nå bare den siste finishen før de er helt ferdige. 

Men noe som er blitt ferdig er noen nøkkelringer med heklepynt som jeg har laget av restenøster av plantefarget garn. De var raske å hekle og kjempemorsomme å lage (selv om det var ganske mange tråder å feste).


I have been working on several stash-buster projects at the same time lately, and have a few queing up that just need the finishing touch.

But something that I finished today are five crochet keychains made from some small bits of my naturally dyed yarn. Those were really fun to crochet, and quick too (even though there were lots of ends to weave in).



De består av heklede blomster og de er doble, dvs identiske på begge sider.
Jeg synes de ble kjempesøte :)


The keychains are made with crochet flowers, and they are double / identical on both sides.
I think they turned out very sweet :)




De største har heklet blomst i tre lag og en knapp i midten som pynt. 


The larger ones have a crochet flower with three layer of petals, and a button in the centre.



De minste har heklet blomst i to lag og hengende pynt.

Jeg ser for meg at jeg kommer til å lage flere slike senere :)


The smaller ones have a crochet flower with two layers of petals and some hanging decorations.

I think I will be making more of those later :)




De største hekleblomstene veide 12 gram hver og de minste 6 gram, så det gikk med 48 gram garn på alle nøkkelringene til sammen.


The larger crochet flowers weigh 12 grams each and the smaller ones 6 grams each, so a total of 48 grams of yarn was used up on the keychains.

20 comments:

lirosa said...

Så Flotte, -nå ble jeg skikkelig inspirert igjen. Ha en fin ettermiddag og kveld:-)

linda said...

They are lovely, what a clever idea :)

Handmade and off-centered said...

Very clever idea :) I think they would make great gifts too! Im sure you already knew that ;)

-Birgitta

Hilde said...

Thank you Lirosa, Linda and Birgitta :)

Dewberry said...

I can see that you are very inventive! These keychains are great! :)

Greetings from Poland!

Old Magnolia Tree said...

These are gorgeous. What a great idea for using up stash. And very handy too !!
Rosie

Hilde said...

Thanks for your kind words, Dewberry and Rosie :)

Ali said...

OOh Hilde - love these and the colours are fantastic - enjoyed reading all your adventures in natural dyeing!
Ali

Rinske Noordeloos-Terpstra said...

Thank you for your comment on my blog. Hilde is a name that is a comon name in the area I live but wow I see you are from Norway! I really like you're sweet keychaines they are beautiful.

Yael said...

They are so pretty Hilde, looking like sweets! A very feminine key adornment, lovely! :-)

Hanne Bente said...

Hvor er de flotte - du er så kreativ.
Jeg er målløs over alt det håndarbejde du laver - endnu arbejder jeg på mit tæppe ( på 3. måned) Ønsker dig en god onsdag:) Knus Hanne Bente

Hilde said...

Thank you Ali, Rinske, Yael and Hanne Bente :)

Greenorchid said...

Loving those natural colours Hilde... Cx

Hilde said...

Thanks Greenorchid, those natural colours are pretty, aren't they :)

Ann-Sofie said...

Vad fina de blev.

CJ STITCHING AND BLOOMS said...

Your crochet key chains are very colorful and pretty. Hugs Judy

Hilde said...

Thank you Ann-Sofie and Judy :)

Edda Soffía said...

I like those flower key rings. What a good idea. Pretty, pretty.
Hugs Edda Soffia

Hilde said...

Thank you Edda Soffia, and thanks for visiting :)

earthenmagic said...

...greetings dear kindred! ~ thine works are super way swell! ~ thankyoU! ~ for sharing thine creative muse! ~ blessed be!...(0:

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