Friday * October 31st 2014

Circle of joy: The pattern

Good morning to you,

This is for you, as promised, the pattern of “circle of joy”

I draw it as a graphic pattern and took some pics to make it clearer…

You’ll have a perfect circle when you crochet the first 3 rounds as this:

1st round: 11 tr (brides in frensh)

2nd round: 22 tr

3d round: 44 tr

and after that you crochet the 4th round as in the graphic pic (drawn with the purple color)

It is very easy, simple and so addictive you’ll see when you’ll try ;)

and you can use it to make so many beautiful projects: coasters, cushion, blanket and much more…

So, my friend, I will be more than happy to see something you crocheted using “circle of joy” and I will show you, myself,  what I did with my black-border-circles-of-joy next time :)

A beautiful week end to you all!

See you next week,

Sucrette

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19 Responses to “Circle of joy: The pattern”

  1. marta says:

    Thank you so much for this pattern. I’ll use it, sure!!!

  2. tejehannah says:

    Hello Angie! This circle is so nice and your tutorial is very good! I like the way you have drawn it with colours and put the numbers of the rows, too! Waiting to see what you have in your mind to do with your circles…
    Have a lovely day! Teje

  3. Raquel says:

    Hello! This is really great! Thanks! May I ask what software do you use to make the graphic patterns? That’s reaççy useful.
    Raquel

  4. 'me' says:

    thanks a lot !!!!!

  5. Marion says:

    Dear Angie,

    thank you for this really great pattern…

    Have a nice Weekend and a Happy Time!
    Send you many, many Greetings…

    Marion

  6. Thank you so much for the pattern. Have a lovely week end.

  7. helda says:

    As ever beautiful work, your graphics are wonderful, thank you Im of to start some of these right now.
    I love your work.

  8. Karen says:

    Angie,
    Cant wait to try making up these beautiful squares.
    Thanks for the pattern.
    Also, thank you so much for passing on the Stylish Blogger award. I really enjoyed looking at all the blog sites you honored.

  9. Lalalizzie says:

    Thanks for another great pattern!

    I’ve finally managed to post the dutch version of your flower pattern on my blog as well as an adaptation of it for two smaller flowers.

    Regards,
    Lalalizzie

  10. Michelle says:

    Your “Circles of Joy” are beautiful, will definitely have to give them a try.
    Thanks for the Blog Award you gave me – my first! I am overjoyed. M x

  11. Michelle says:

    Very pretty graphic design, love it. Thank you for sharing, I will definitely be trying this out, maybe a tble runner.

  12. Fiona Jean says:

    I will definitely have to try this one, even after I said I wasnt starting another project…

    I, too, would love to know how you did the graphic pattern.

    Cheers
    Fi

    • Sucrette says:

      Thank you all for your sweet comments! I used “Corel Draw” to draw the patterns. It is a graphic design software I learned to use at College!
      Have a happy day!
      Angie

  13. Clara says:

    Very pretty and colorful. I love this pattern!

  14. Rachel says:

    I like the symbols! V clear to read.
    I’ll have a go at this sometime….
    TY!

  15. Rachell says:

    I tried this but got a bit stuck, how many chain did you make at the beginning? Or is it that the sts go into a magic ring? I’m a newbie at crochet, and especially charts, so I need it all spelt out for some things. Would you mind emailing/replying on my blog please, so I don’t miss your answer? :-)

  16. Having read this I believed it was extremely enlightening. I appreciate you spending some time and energy to put this short article together. I once again find myself spending a lot of time both reading and commenting. But so what, it was still worth it!

  17. Amit says:

    Hello!
    Can you give the pattern for the whole pillow? I love it!

    Thanx

  18. Cheryl Thorpe says:

    I am new to crocheting, and have not used a graph before. Are these stitches what is called a treble crochet? And what are the other ones on the outer edge of the circle? Thank you!

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