babydeken haken voor beginners

babydeken haken voor beginners

babydeken haken voor beginners cartoon looking amigurumi heart if you want to follow along with the written version of this pattern, use the link on screen now in the description below or by going to clubCrochetcom/HEART from that page you’re going to be able to find the written version of this pattern as well as a few other heart patterns I have,
including a full size anatomical human heart you can see a picture of it right here and a miniature anatomical heart that I’m working on for to come out this Valentine’s Day alright, so for this pattern you’re going to need the following materials
i’m using worsted weight cotton yarn and in one color, only in color pink i’ll be making a pink heart in this video because I’m using worsted weight yarn i’m using a size G
4 millimeter crochet hook you can use a smaller crochet hook as well you can get tighter stitches with that you’ll also need a darning needle i suggest using a crimped end darning needle one with like a little bent end like that it helped you so in the end
you’ll also need a pair of scissors some stuffing and something this stuff it with, I suggest using maybe like a little stick this pattern is pretty easy i’m going to be going relatively slow in this video so that it can be accessible for relative beginners as well
if you have any questions in this pattern, let me know in the comments down below and I can help as much as I possibly can alright one more thing that I want to show off You can make it really really tiny
look at this little miniature one I made for my girlfriend i was thinking this could be cute earrings She wants a necklace so I’m gonna turn into a necklace, but it could be cute earrings as well
alright, well without further ado, there’s only one part of this pattern so let’s go ahead and start crocheting, our heart okay, so we’re gonna start with our pink yarn here we’re gonna start with a Magic Loop method
for the Magic Loop method you’re gonna take your hand palm up and you’re gonna hold the yarn like a little finger gun, you know, like ‘pew pew!’ we’re gonna take the yarn and we’re gonna wrap it around your index finger three times
one two three we’re going to take that end and hold it with our index and middle finger our ring and middle finger rather and pull it in like that So you’re holding it down now you can take your crochet hook and place it under the two first loops, one and two
and grab a hold of that last loop and pull it under, those two first loops and now we’re gonna grab another end of that first yarn like that and we’re gonna hook on we’re gonna pull it through the loop like so, okay
see how I kind of pulled my finger in and I kind of scooped it under and that’s going to create a chain and you can pull it off of your hand now and you’re gonna have a little loop like this
okay So for round one of our heart we’re going to single crochet six times into the magic loop now if you feel more comfortableusing the chain two method you’ll also, you can do that as well and you’ll be single crocheting six times into this
second chain from the hook okay, so for crocheting into this Magic Loop, see how there’s like a really big hole here we’re gonna go around these two ends take your crochet hook go into the hole grab the end that’s attached to that ball of yarn like that
pull it under the two and pull it through again or yarn over again and pull through the two loops to make a single crochet okay, so that’s gonna make a single crochet you’re gonna want to do six of those
so there’s one let’s do it again we’re gonna go into the hole grab an end Pull it under grab an end pull under two there’s two there’s three four five and six now we’re going to close this magic loop up the way you like
the way I like to do that is I pull this end here and it’s gonna tighten one of these two ends don’t pull it too tight! Just you just want to know which end is gonna be pulled in so when you pull it tight
i like holding it right at the base here, pull it in, and you’ll see, see that end? This one got pulled in, that’s the one you want to grab so grab that one and pull it down, towards you Okay, so pulling it down towards you is gonna close the second loop
it’s gonna close it up try to close it as much as you can and then grab the other end like the end tail end here and that should close the last loop up and close your hole there you go! alright, so that’s gonna be the end of round one
for round two, we’re going to be doing an increase stitch into each stitch that you made in your previous round for this pattern we’re working in the round Meaning that you don’t need to turn around for the entire piece,
we’re just working in a spiral all the way around so we’re gonna count back six stitches because that’s how many single crochets we made in our first round so we got one two, three, four,
five and six and you can kind of see, see that V right there? This is the hardest part of crocheting, I think you want to get under that V, you want to get under both loops of that V okay, so you might need your nail
there you go! you can kind of see how your under both of those loops and we’re going to do a single crochet two single crochets actually into that same loop So you’re gonna yarn over, pull it through
yarn over a second time and pull through two loops on the hook okay, so that’s one single crochet We’re gonna do one into the exact same hole so go where your single crochet was just made right there
and do a second single crochet there’s two okay, so that’s two single crochets in that first one we want to do an increase into each stitch around so we’re gonna move on to the next stitch here Make sure you go under both of these loops
yarn over and pull through yarn over for a second time and pull through the two loops to finish the single crochet okay, so there’s our first single crochet let’s do another one the same one to make an increase
there’s our second increase and we’re going to keep doing that around, you know we want six increases total which is going to bring you up from six stitches, from round one, to twelve stitches by the end of this round: round two
so there’s one and two that’s gonna be our sixth stitch here we go There’s seven and then another one in that same loop there’s eight next stitch nine and ten and then finally
eleven and twelve, okay now we’re gonna cut this end we don’t need it at all so we’re just gonna cut it nice and close We don’t need that, throw it to the side and that’s going to be the end of round two
for round three, it’s really easy We’re just going to be doing a single crochet into each stitch around so we’re gonna start in the first stitch right here just do a single crochet into that stitch and
then into the next stitch right here and we’re just gonna keep doing that all the way around There’s gonna be 12 single crochets total this is my third fourth fifth six seven eight nine ten eleven
and here is 12 that’s gonna be the end of Round 3 okay, so now here’s the here’s the thing we want to make two of these So for this first one we’re going to take, our scissors and just cut it loose
and we’re just gonna pull it all the way through just like that okay? That’s gonna make it into a little knot now I want you to repeat and make it all the way to where we right before we cut it right there
okay? And we’re gonna make a second one of these, i’m gonna go ahead and do the exact same thing that I did from Rounds one, two and three I’m gonna repeat that again doing the six single crochets then an increase into each and then regular single crochet into each stitch
and then I’ll be back in just a second and we’re going to connect them together to make a little heart so you’ll have another one right here and we’ll just connect it and make it into heart
all right, so I’ll be back in just a second ok! So I’m at the end of round three again for our second heart half this is going to be the end of round three right there now we’re going to take our first heart half that we made, and our second one
our second one’s still attached to the yarn make sure that is still attached and we’re going to continue crocheting into our first half with our second Okay, so we’re going to take these two together
we’re going to go into the next stitch on the first half right here okay? So this is our last stitch you want to go into the next stitch right here as if you were continually crocheting around it
we’re gonna take our end not this tail end Ok, so just ignore that tail in for right now we’re going to take the end that’s attached to the ball of yarn make sure it’s over like that
and we’re just going to do a single crochet into this into this stitch okay, so we’re just going to yarn over pull through yarn over again and pull through two Okay, so then, there you go see so we’re connecting it like that We’re gonna do nine single crochets into this first half So there’s our first one
one let’s keep going around two three four five six seven eight and nine there should be three more stitches into this first half so one, two, three okay, we’re gonna skip those three stitches and we’re going to skip three stitches on the other half as well
so here is where our last stitch was on the other half So we’re gonna skip threes one, two, three okay so, skip one, two three and into the fourth We’ll continue crocheting into the other half So right here
get your crochet hook in there again That’s, skipping three, one, two, three, four, and we’re just going to single crochet one into this other half now using this the end attached to the ball of yarn
so just one single crochet Now we’re gonna pull our loop out like that so it doesn’t come apart we’re just gonna take our crochet hook out and place it to the side for a second
because now we want to sew these two together see these two, these three stitches that we skipped we want to sew them together using the other tail end from our first half of the yarn so we’re going to take that for that tail end,
and thread it on to our darning needle and here is how I like to sew it together: find where it’s coming out, and I like going into the first stitch right here okay and into the bottom right there, so not not into that top, but on to the bottom there There’s, you can’t really screw this up too bad
but it’s basically you’re just sewing it together i pull through there then I go through the next top stitch Make sure to go under both of these two under the full V like that, and then into the other one like that
just basically sewing these together next stitch

and the next stitch next stitch and next stitch and then finally I like to go really right up to the base there to make sure there’s no holes left over
into that, I think that and we can pull it relatively tight You just take our needle off the end there stuff that little tail end in there Now make sure you don’t cut this too short just yet because we want to crochet around it
as we continue along We grab our crochet hook go back into our piece we’ve single crocheted one right there you can see where that end is Now, we want to continue crocheting into, our piece but going around this tail end to lock it into place
okay, around the tail end that we just used to sew it together We would want to work around it so let’s go into the next piece, next stitch right here and do a single crochet and make sure that you’re working around that tail end at least for like three stitches So there’s one
and like that two one more, is three okay, that’s pretty good we can cut this end you don’t really need this anymore, we’ll throw that to the side and we’ll just keep crocheting around Okay, so we’ve done technically we’ve done four
so we got one, two, three, four into our second half four five six seven eight and nine, and that’s going to be the end of I believe technically this is Round 4 because we did round one two, and three twice
okay, so you can see connected now, there should be 18 stitches around so if you count the little V’s starting from right there There’s this is our first stitch right here and use that needle right here There’s our first stitch
there should be 18 around so we can go ahead and count 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, let’s make sure that’s in there and get this all the way 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, and 18, okay go back to it
and now we’ll continue around alright For Round 5 we’re going to be decreasing it down Just, just a little bit okay, so we’re going to start by single crocheting three times so,
one two and three now, we’re gonna do something called an invisible decrease for an invisible decrease we’re going to take your crochet hook, and we’re gonna go into the front loops only of the next two stitches
so we’re gonna take our crochet hook and go only under that front, loop okay only into that first one, not under the, not under both but only under, that one okay, so first loop then we’re gonna go around and go under the front loop of the next stitch as well, right here
okay, you might need your nail for that under the two front loops there and we’re going to yarn over and basically just do a single crochet into those front loops like that there we go that’s an invisible decrease We’re gonna be doing that again in just a second
so you want an invisible decrease so we did three single crochets an invisible decrease now, we’ll do seven more single crochets Keep going around one two three four five six and seven and now we’re going to do another invisible decrease into this stitch
okay, so we’re just going to go into the front loop of this one front loop of the next one okay, two front loops and then do a single crochet there we go, and that’s going to decrease it down, so we’re essentially removing a stitch to our piece
and now to finish up this round we’re going to do four more single crochets So we got one two three and four that’s going to be the end of that round now you should have 16 stitches around so we went from 18 stitches, but we decreased twice
so now we should have 16 stitches around in the circle okay? all right So for our next round, we’re going to go ahead and do two single crochets one and two and then an invisible decrease okay front loop, front loop
and then a single crochet and we’re going to repeat that process of doing two single crochets and an invisible decrease four times total Okay So there’s our first repeat let’s do our second repeat
single crochet single crochet and then invisible decrease front whoop! front loop front loop and then single crochet okay, so there’s our second repeat single boop, Boop boop, Boop, Boop! let’s do another one there a third repeat here two single crochets
one two and then an invisible decrease front loop front loop yarn over pull through yarn over, and pull through two okay, one more repeat of that, two single crochets one two and then invisible decrease And this is going to bring you down from 16 stitches to 12 stitches
so, by the end of this round you should have 12 stitches around Okay? we’re just about done We only have one more round left of crocheting so for our final round here we’re going to be doing an
invisible decrease into each stitch around that six invisible decreases total now now it’s kind of hard to get your finger in there, especially if you’re using worsted weight yarn like this, it can be, get a little small
so how I like to do it is I hold it from the bottom right here instead and I go into the front loops of the next two stitches so we got front loop front loop yarn over and pull through yarn over pull through two, and that’s going to be the first one and we’re going to move over
front loop front loop yarn over pull through yarn over pull through two move over again front loop i like to use my nail just to get make sure I get under there front loop yarn over pull through two yarn over pull through two
okay, so there’s our I think that’s our third invisible decrease there’s number four front loop, front loop yarn over pull through two yarn over pull through two okay, we’re almost all the way around
see how it’s kinda it’s like, it’s impossible now to for me to get my finger in there So I, I, just changed the position of the hole to make it easier front loop of the next stitch
front loop of the next stitch yarn over pull through two, yarn over pull through two last one This one’s the probably the trickiest one here’s our next stitch right here i’m gonna go a little, no closer here like that I pulled my loop out just to get a better, movement of my hook
make sure I use my nail front loop front loop and then yarn over pull through two yarn over pull through two – there we go okay, so that’s gonna be the end of our single crochets of our crocheting in general
now we can take our yarn cut it You want enough just to sew it close That’s probably enough Let’s pull that through and now we’re going to go ahead and stuff it up now i like to use the back of my crochet hook to make sure, you know, that I can get in there
and we’re going to take some stuffing you don’t need too much like this is probably more than enough take a little bit of stuffing and just make sure that each of the, halves of the heart are stuffed up all the way
so we’re just going to take my back to the crochet hook if you have a pencil, the eraser end of a pencil is also very useful just want to make sure that we get all that stuffing, in the reason why you want to use the eraser is because you want something that can like grip the stuffing a little bit better
okay, so that’s that’s that half pretty stuffed full and I will switch over to the other half oopsies! like that it might be easier if you have like a little stick that also works okay there we go
that’s pretty stuffed in there We can add just a little tiny bit more okay there we go and now finally let’s sew it closed and take our end, put on the needle and to sew it closed I like to count,
three stitches over, so starting from right here okay So this is our next stitch, you know, we’ll count this as stitch number one so one count over three, one, two, three We’re going to go in through the top and go straight across,
to where we made our last stitch Okay So let’s say that’s a zero stitch Okay, because it’s one less than one pull it through don’t pull it too tight! Just yet leave it a little loose Next go into the next stitch over right here
go in through the top and go out through our first stitch right there Now once you have that through you can pull that first one tight pull that through okay, don’t pull that too tight now Now we’ll go into the next one
so this is where we’ve went into last time and now we’ll go into this next one right here and through the top and then out through, the stitch right across from it Well next to where we came out right here Okay So right there
pull that through and now we can tighten it oopsies! taking too much Okay, let’s pull that through Let me get my needle back on this darning needle, my bad okay, and to finish it up, we’re just going to go in through the next stitch over right here
okay, so this is where we came out right here and go straight down and out through somewhere on the on the heart Doesn’t really matter where you can pretty much make it anywhere we’re just gonna pull that first one tight, and pull that one through, and pull that one tight
and now you can go back through the bottom if you want, but I am pretty confident That’s gonna stay tight together so I’m just gonna go ahead and cut it really close

okay, you can see the end just barely sticking out there
but if I just squish it a little bit it gets disappeared right into there and there we go! We have a miniature, crocheted heart! thank you so much for crocheting this pattern along with me if you like this pattern, make sure to like the video down below
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pasta la pizza I’ve been Louie and yeah happy hookin bye