So I found this putzing around online, trying to figure out what to do with this lovely yarn I just bought! The only problem is that I can't seem to find an English version of the pattern, or one that translates well. I was hoping that maybe I could find someone here to help me out! Maybe someone could translate the pattern for me or maybe knows of one that's already in English, that would be amazing! Here's the project, I wanted to make it for my mother for Christmas this year:
I put it into google translate and this is what it came up with:
1 ball 400 g of wire Baroque circle in each of the following colors: 9202 (red) and 9392 (green).
1 ball 200 g of wire Baroque 9368 Circle color (yellow).
1 skein of 400 g and 1 200 g hank yarn Baroque 9900 Circle color (raw).
Needle crochet circle 4 mm.
Way of doing:
Make 2 equal grounds and unite with p.bxmo. when you are making the 2nd reason.
Making 20 corr., Close circle with 1 p. bxmo.
1st carr.:56 p. high.
2nd carr .: 16 bp, 2 p. B. in the same w., (b.p. 18, 2 p. b. the same p.) 2vezes, 1p.b.
3rd carr .: * 2 bp, 2p.b. the same p., 3p.b., 2 p. b. in the same p., * repeat to end.
4th carr .: 11p.b., 2 bp the same p. (15 p. b. 2 p. b. the same p.) 2 times, 14 p. b., 2 p. B. the same p., 11p. B. 2 p. B. the same p., 2 p. B.
5th carr .: 9 p. a., 2 p.a. the same p. (7 p.a., 2 p. a. in the same p.) 8 times. Until the 5th carr. work carr. Circulars.
6th carr. on the carr. They are round trip, failing to make the points that are indicated and back.
6th carr .: 4 p. bxmo. on p. base 5 corr., skip 2 p. base * 1 p. a. 2 corr. * end at the seam carr. previous, back
7th carr .: 3 corr., 1 p.a. for each p. al Wren. before returning.
8th carr .: 6 corr. skip 2 basis per annum, per annum 1 * 2 corr., skip 1 p. The. base, 1 p. a. 2 corr., skip 2 p. The. base, 1 p. a. * to the end, failing to make the last 6 points back.
9th carr .: 3 corr., 1 p.a. for each p. The. Wren. previous. continue following the chart in carr. roundtrip noting that on one side always begins and ends in the same place and on the other side failing to make a few points as shown in the chart.
8 do little chains, close circle with 1 p. bxmo.
1st carr .: 14 p. B. in the circle
2nd carr .: * 1 p. b. 3 corr. * (7x), 1 p. B.
3rd carr .: * 3 corr., 6 per annum in the same place, turn, 3 corr. 6 p. The. upon p. The. Wren. Anterior 2 corr. 1 p. B. the elongated corr. 2nd carr. * repeat over 6 x.
4th carr .: * 1p. B. 4 corr. * (7x) 1p.b. 5th carr .: * 3 corr., 6 per annum in the same place, turn, 3 corr. 6 p. The. upon p. The. Wren. Anterior 2 corr. 1 p. B. the elongated corr. 4th carr. * repeat over 6 x.
The text is in Brazilian Portuguese and I'm from the mainland Portugal.
If it weren't for the different timezones I would have gladly translated everything for you (free of charge), Kristen. That is my line of work.
The abbreviation "carr" is for the Portuguese word "carreira" and that in English for this specific context of crocheting means "row".
RIP sweet Tito (Summer 2008 - January 17th 2013).
You are missed and never will be forgotten.
Haha, I thought that's where you hailed from, Ana! I still wouldn't mind some help if you still don't mind! I just got the white that I needed for it, and would love to start it soon. Any help you could offer would be much appreciated!
Thank you for my wonderful signature Deb!!!
RIP Pepper, Peatri, Holly, Mini, and Quarty
Hopefully you get it figured out. I was trying to figure it out myself and guessing on a lot and looking at the picture to see if I could make sense of it, but I'm completely lost. Please let us know if you do.