Wire crochet VASE partial pattern


Introducing the partial pattern teaching you how to wire crochet a vase in the innovative ISK (Invisible Spool Knitting) technique!

This pattern is perfect for those who are already familiar with the ISK technique and want to take their wire crocheting skills to the next level. With clear and concise instructions, you will learn how to create a beautiful wire crochet vase that can hold dried flowers or even live flowers with the use of a small glass insert.

Vase Finished Size : 4.7" (12cm) high,  3.5"(9cm)  in diameter

To follow this pattern, you should be familiar with the following methods of ISK:

  1. Regular ISK stitch
  2. Reduction stitch
  3. Adding stitches
  4. Changing wires

If you have the book all these are explained ! LINK to the BOOK page

Don't worry if you are new to the ISK technique, as I offer starter kits that includes everything you need to get started, including a step-by-step guide and all the materials you need. check the kits here : https://www.yooladesign.com/collections/crochet-with-wires-kits


Landed here by mistake and would like to get started learning wire crochet in the ISK technique ?

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