Thursday, May 14, 2009

Crocheted Corkscrew Tutorial


Have you ever been interested in how to crochet a corkscrew, spiral shape? Well, I've had some interest over the pictures I have just posted on Flickr so I've made a tutorial video for you to enjoy!:


13 comments:

Bethel of Bethania said...

Fabulous Nettie, thanks so much for the tut - isn't it marvellous with technology you can see exactly how do do it... really appreciate your going to the trouble of making this video... Now I'm off to make some corkscrews... OOroo... Bethel

HookandScumble said...

I have created a few circules in my time...but never this many in one go, or never this length - they look great photographed together and look great in your flickr gallery too !

Nettie said...

Thank-you so much for your positive feedback! I hope to see lots of crocheted corkscrews now!!

:)

Yo said...

Hey ! Hi! I'm from Argentina & one of your followers. I just wanted to ell that your blog is SO fan & that coral reef is amazing!!! I just can't believe it!

I invite you to my my blog: www.sosmio.blogspot.com & it doesn't matter that you don't understand a word, you can see my works anyway. I'm a begginner, but I'm so entuthiast !!

Never stop crochetting !!

Hugs !! Dalila.

Kim said...

What do you do with them after you make them?

Nettie said...

Hi There Kim! Really the skies the limit with uses for the crochet corkscrews. I used them as part of the Hyperbolic Crochet Coral Reef, (see www.theiff.org) in Sydney recently. They can be the accent on the end of a scarf, the tentacles on an octopus doll, I've made a small teddy bear for a baby and made the legs and arms out of them. If you make a large soft floppy one,you can have it as a fancy scarf. Hope this helps, cheers!!

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You did a great job with it but I think that it looks more like hair than corkscrews.

Christie Minchew said...

Thanks so much for your youtube on this. You just spared me additional frustration and my husband thanks you :). I was trying to teach myself from 2 different patterns and wasn't getting the hang of it. Tomorrow is a roadtrip with The Girls and I wanted to do some of these for a composition I'm working on. Now I can. Thanks again!

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Nice blog my friend.. I'm really impressed that there's so much about this subject that's been uncovered and you did it so well, with so much class. Good one you, man! thanks for sharing your creativity.

Nettie said...

Thank-you so much! I like to share the things in life and craft that I really enjoy, so others can enjoy it too! Good wishes to you.

Titanium Sheet said...

These are adorable!