tirsdag 21. mai 2013

Isometrisk

"Isometrisk kan syne til "Isometrisk projeksjon" (eller isometrisk perspektiv), ein metode for å visuelt representere tredimensjonale lekamar i to dimensjonar."

Konfirmasjonsgåve nr 2 denne våren vart eit isometrisk hekleteppe. Eg har sett flerie slike tepper rundt omkring. De kan finne ein versjon hos Pescno her, ein annan versjon hos Le blog Purple.

Begge dei versjonane er hekla med fastmasker. Eg hadde litt dårleg tid på å bli ferdig, og eg tenkte at det kanskje kunne gå fortare dersom eg brukte stavar (større romber = fortare ferdig). Så eg laga eiga oppskrift.

Rombene er sydd i hop etterpå. Eg let det vere lange endar i byrjinga og slutten, og kunne bruke dei til syinga.

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Starten, ved påsketider.

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Storproduksjon av romber.

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Ei veke sidan. Det nærmar seg slutten. Men eg fekk brått litt for lite tid…

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Kvelden etter konfirmasjonen fekk eg gjort feridg teppet.

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Dette vart ny rekord i teppelaging for min del. Start 6. april – ferdig 20. mai!

4,5 mm krok, 1250 gram Karisma.

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Another gift made. For my nephew this time. I decided that an isometric afghan would be a perfect gift. Started crocheting April 6, and finished it this weekend. A new record in afghan making for me!

I've seen several afghans like this around. One version at Pescno here (in Danish), another version at Le blog Purple.

They are crocheted in single crochet. I didn't have much time for this so I decided to make my own version using double crochet (dc = larger rhombus = finish quicker).

I got quite good at making these in the end. Had to time myself Smilefjes 

The rhombuses are sewn together using the long tails in the beginning and end of each rhombus. I'll write down a pattern and post it later.

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27 kommentarer:

  1. Kjempestilig teppe! Flott arbeid:)

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  2. Det var så stilig!
    Frister jammen å hekle et selv :)
    Litt av en innsats, bra jobba!

    hilsen Berit

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  3. It's lovely. I've enjoyed watching the progress via instagram. Please could you translate 'konfirmasjonen'? I'm being nosy but its' killing me not knowing what this word means!

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    1. Konfirmasjon means confirmation.

      Slett
  4. Wow. Du er virkelig noe for deg selv altså.jeg er så imponert. Dette ble så kjempefint,og passer midt i blinken for en gutt,Supert teppe.
    Klem

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  5. preciosa colcha....!!!!!!!!!!!! me ha gustado mucho. www.katxirula.blogspot.com

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  6. Amazing. So much work, so beautiful. Congrats.

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  7. So very beautifull plaid ! Reallly artistic!
    I wish To learn how you crochet this pattern, so I will be happy to see the tuto. Thank you for sharing.
    This plaid is so very lovelly, elegant, classy ,artistic!

    FleurBelge

    PS I writte better in French sorry for my poorly English.

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  8. Så kult! Likte det veldig godt: )

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  9. Solveig, this is a great design! I love the graphic clarity and think that your color choices are perfect. I could imagine it looking totally different by changing the colorways and sizes of the "cubes."

    Thank you for planting another crochet notion in my head. xo

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  10. Really great !!! I love it !!!!

    Greetings from Germany
    Astrid

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  11. ARGGGHHHHHH!!!!! I love this!!! Its fantastic!! I love love love your blog, but this pattern just looks amazing and I have been mulling over making something very similar just recently. I am hoping to combine Orange, cream/taupe/light grey and darker grey. You blanket looks sublime. Congrats on it. Fingers crossed for the pattern real soon. Thanks for sharing.

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  12. hi, great work! i start this project as well a month ago (with single crochets) and gave up, as i created rhombi which differed a lot...i don´t know, what i did wrong. so i would very much appreciate a detailed crocheting pattern!

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  13. Great Solveig, I'm so glad you can use my pattern in return (after letting me use yours). Your cover is gorgeous, I love your colours... What a nice present!

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  14. Beautiful! I can't wait to see your pattern in print. Thanks

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  15. Beautiful!! I can't wait to see your pattern in print. Thanks

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  16. It is just fantastic. I have only seen this pattern in a quilt and it is called tumbling blocks. Well done

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  17. I really like this crochet afgan! colours are like a summer breeze and the geometric effect is just amazing. love it!

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  18. Det ser virkelig flot ud i blå! Jeg har en stor forkærlighed for blå, jeg holdte dog mit tæppe i sort, grå og hvid. Hvilket jeg måske synes var lidt ærgeligt nu. Men jeg er stadig rigtig glad for det.
    Håber at du bliver lige så glad for dit.
    Hav en rigtig god aften.

    SvarSlett
  19. How did you join the motifs together? Did you use cotton thread and a sewing needle? or did you slip stitch with the yarn? Cheers!

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    1. I used a sewing needle and the long start and end tails made when crocheting. See the tutorial for more information.

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  20. I have downloaded the pattern but could see the instructions for that part. But thanks for letting me know!

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