Quick and easy 3 different ways to make greeting cards using crocheting.
To make these cards, you will need
Crochet greeting cards #1
How to make ?
This will be quick and easy for you
Cut the paper to size width 10” x height 5”. Fold a piece of cut paper in half and cut off the cross lined part.
Punch the trimmed edge of the card as shown in the picture.
To make a crochet edge border trim, you need some little patient for this.
Start with one of corner.
Insert the hook 1st punch hole from front. Pull through the yarn in the hole , ch 2, hdc in same hole, ch 2 ,[ hdc , ch 1, hdc in next hole, ch 2 ] 5 times. hdc , ch 1, hdc, ch 2, hdc, ch 1, hdc in the center hole, [ hdc , ch 1, hdc in next hole, ch 2 ] 6 times.
Crochet greeting cards #2
Crocheting snowflake using punched hole.
Rnd 1 : With white ch 2, one of the center punched hole, hdc in same st, * hdc, ch 1, hdc into next hole, ch 2, hdc,ch 1, hdc ch 1, hdc, ch 1, hdc to top hole, ch 2, hdc, ch1, hdc into next hole, 2 hdc in next hole * repeat across. sl st to 1st ch 2.
Rnd 2 :Join blue color yarn (fingering) with [ch 2, sl st to middle of next 2 hdc, ch 2, sl st to next ch-2 space, ch 2, sl st to middle of next 2 hdc, ch 2, sl st to next ch-1 space, ch 2, sl st to middle of next 2 hdc, ch 2, sl st to next ch-2 space, ch 2, sl st to middle of next 2 hdc, ch 2, sl st to middle of next 2 hdc] 5 times, Fasten off.
Crochet greeting card #3
Hands : (Make 2)
With black ch 3, sl st to 5th st (Left hand sl st to 19th st) in body. Fasten off.
With black ch 2, sl st to 3rd st on head, sk next st, 5 hdc in next st, sk next, sl st to 7th st, ch 2. Fasten off.
This is a last post for this year, we will meet again in 2014. So I wanted to thank you for participating with crochetforyou since last September 2013. I couldn’t believe it, there have many page viewers last two months and it is growing every day. Hope to share more crochet patterns and happy to see you in here in the next year.
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year 2014 !
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