Thursday, May 29, 2014

DIY: A Radish

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A fresh new DIY for you guys and it’s all about the radish! A radish is a white with green leafs vegetable and something that I love to eat!
It’s my dads favourite vegetable as well!  

I am making these fluffy radishes for someone as a gift and I thought it would be nice to share this really easy DIY with you guys! Scroll down for the actual steps c:   

Do you like to eat radish? 

NL

Eindelijk een nieuwe DIY! En dit keer geef ik easypie instructies vrij over het maken van een gehaakte rettich/radijs! Deze soort groente eet ik al vanaf kleins en vind het super lekker!

De radijsjes maak ik trouwens voor iemand als cadeautje want zelf cadeautjes maken is natuurlijk persoonlijker en leuker om weg te geven, toch?!  

Eet je graag rettich? 
You need: white and green cotton/acrylic yarn, hook size 3 mm., scissor, stuffing 

 Start with making leafs! 
A brown yarn between to mark down the beginning and end of a row c: 

NL: lijkt op een kroepoek :')


 I stuffed it with leftover yarn... 

When you're done, just pull the string c: 

Da steps: 
the leaf

  1. R1: chain 9 (I have made difference sizes so you can chain 5 or chain 10+). 
  2. R2: double single crochet in the first stitch. Single crochet the rest of the row, slip stitch the last stitch. Leave a long tail and cut it off.
the radish body
  1. R1: Magic loop with 6 single crochet
  2. R2: increase single crochet in each stitch, all the way around
  3. R3: increase single crochet, single crochet in the next stitch, repeat all they way around. 
  4. R4: increase single crochet, single crochet in the next 2 stitches, repeat all the way around.
  5. R5: increase single crochet, single crochet in the next 3 stitches, repeat all the way around.
  6. R6 till R10: single crochet all the way around. 
  7. R11: single crochet in the next 3 stitches, decrease single crochet in the next stitch, repeat all the way around. 
  8. R12 + R13: single crochet all the way around. 
  9. R14: single crochet in the next 2 stitches, decrease single crochet in the next stitch, repeat all the way around. 
  10. R15 + R16: single crochet all the way around. 
  11. R17: single crochet in the next stitch, decrease single crochet in the next stitch, repeat all the way around. 
  12. R18 + R19: single crochet all the way around. 
  13. R20: decrease single crochet all the way around, slipstitch the last stitch, fasten en leave a long tail. 
Good luck! 

15 comments :

  1. Zooo schattig! Ik moet maar eens mijn crochet skills bijwerken :)

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  2. yes i like eating raddishes! :D there's this delicacy called "mooli ka paratha" which is basically raddish stuffed cooked bread (okay that sounds too long but that's how it is) and i am a sucker for it! :D

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  3. aaah dit is echt schattig! Ik kan het niet, maar het ziet er zo lief uit!
    Liefs, Tessa

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  4. OMG! So cute! I really love eating radishes as well! I always ask for extra when my dad makes his beef noodles! :)

    xxDenysia Yu
    http://thatlaitgirl.com

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  5. That has got to be the cutest radish i've ever seen!


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  6. omg, nog een gezichtje erop en je hebt de figuurtje van rooftop prince!

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  7. Oh my...a raddish now? You are so damn creative and this is too adorable! I'm imagining a whole basket full of vegetables that are woven!

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  8. This is just too cute !
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  9. Thanks so much for your sweet words, they made my day!
    You always come up with the cutest things!

    Have a great weekend,
    -Kati

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  10. Cuuuute!! When I saw this it reminded me of Animal Crossing for some reason
    I really like white radishes but I'm not a big fan of the red kind ^^"

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  11. this is the cutest. i love radish. just made a korean side dish out of it the other day and i love having them with my soba noodles as well!

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  12. girl, did anyone mentioned to you before that you're awesome? you're absolutely awesome! the radishes are so cute and great to be a present too.you're creative..i wish i knew how to crochet too..i just don't have talent.

    xo josephine c.
    www.joselovincolors.com

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  13. Such a cute and fantastic idea! Love it! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  14. Ooohh so cute! I should definitely start asap to crochet, I am too much in love with your DIYs :) I like to use raddish to make soup.

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