Published on April 27th, 2011 | by Jules IKEAHacker


Air urchin

Materials: regolit lamp shade, yarn and crochet hook

Description: With some left over yarn I started a circular geometric crochet pattern with a globe shape and applied to the lamp! Simple, cheap and super cute!

~ Raquel, Porto (Portugal)

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7 Responses to Air urchin

  1. Beautiful fixture…I really like the concept. I think it might look even better if it hung a little lower from the ceiling more like a pendant fixture:)

  2. darthlaurie says:

    I’d love to know the stitch pattern you used for this. It’s awesome. I’m an ultra beginner with crochet but an intermediate knitter. Guess I could do something similar knitting.

  3. martine says:

    this is lovely, thanks for sharing

  4. Lavendel says:

    But how do the lamp get in???? Maybe stupid question :-)

  5. Raquel says:

    The pattern is super simple. I’ll try to explain it: mainly is 1 double crochet (dc), chain 3, 1 dc connected by chain stitches increasing one st every round until the middle and then decreasing one st. I worked it in the round until the deceasing started and then back and forwards so I could put the lamp inside (@lavendel). With the lamp inside I sewed the top part. You can totally do it with knitting, of course!

  6. AsHoT says: вот там есть все!!!!!

  7. Beautiful. I wish I knew how to crochet. ;)

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