Between one yoke and another, the conversations, the tea, the laughter. And so the linux duvets were made in the old days, in peace and with stories to tell. This age-old habit of “fuxicar” has found a place in modern life again. With it, it is possible to produce beautiful and precious handmade pieces, ranging from carpets to the famous FuXico duvets.
The fuxicos form one after the other shapes and forms. And there is fuxico! A single blanket takes about 500 fuxics, depending on the size and the way the blanket is used.
Fuxico duvet: learn step by step and creative ideas
Yes, it is true, it takes a little time for you to visualize the work ready, but given the fearful, accelerated, and immediate world we have today, something slower and more self-determined can devote to real therapy. In the end you will see that it was worth waiting for a unique, original and symbolic piece. Not to mention that the cost of such work is almost zero. You only need fabric, needle and thread flaps.
So, separate the necessary materials that we will teach you in this post step by step to make a nice duvet.
How to make a fuqico quilt
Making a bedspread is very easy. First you need to determine the size of the quilt and the shape you want to give it. The bigger the bed and the more you have the quilt, the more you will need. For example, some quilts are made with the fuxicos at the top, others, on the contrary, are made entirely of fuxico. Another important detail: you can use an older quilt and restore it using fuxicos.
The color of the fucicos will be important if you want to create a shape in the ceiling, such as flowers, squares or rectangles. If this is your intention, define the colors that will be used and the approximate amount of yoffs for each color.
But you can also choose to make an entire blanket colorful and without a specific shape, the result is just as beautiful.
Calculation of the number of yo-yo
To roughly calculate how many gypsies you need, you have the full size of the blanket ready. Then make a square (don’t worry about the shape, the square is only for calculation) with the yo-yos and count how many have been used.
Suppose you are planning a double side panel with a total length of 1.98 mx 2.60 m. A square of fuxicos of 0.30cm by 0.30 will have 25 fuxicos. Then calculate the number of squares needed to form the ceiling, in this case 63 0.30 cm by 0.30 cm squares. Finally, multiply the number of squares by the number of yo-yos that fit in each square. The final calculation is 1575 fxicos.
After defining all of these questions, start doing the fuxicos. Can’t I do yo-yo? All right, we separated here in the post and some videos step by step. check-out:
Materials needed to make the yoffs
- Circular paper template (the size you want)
- Different fabric flaps
Now follow this step-by-step:
- Take the shape and circle the fabric flaps. Cut out the circles.
- Use the needle and thread to sew the circles around the edges and form a small bar. Tighten the needle to crease the circle and end with a knot.
- The yo-yo is done; You can use buttons or gems to complete the yo-yo, it’s up to you.
How to do a perfect yo-yo
After completing the yo-yo stage, it’s time to unite them one by one until you reach the desired size of the ceiling. In this step, you can choose to sew the yo-yos in a larger fabric that will serve as the base for the blanket, or let it run out with the bottom. Both models are welcome. Learn how to unite the yo-yoes without mistakes in this video:
Easy, isn’t it? Now just start making your quilt. Start with a few fuxicos, then join them to see how they come, make more fuxicos, and so on. If you want, you can also see how to make a crocheted carpet, a quilt, and even bathroom games.
60 creative ideas from yoke and crochet blanket to inspire your handicraft production
Before you start, take a look at the selection of pictures of yo-yo quilts to inspire and fill you with ideas:
Figure 1 – Double quilt with green squares filled with colorful fuxicos.
Image 2 – For the little girls! The fuxicos won buttons to look like flowers.
Image 3 – The fuxicos were sewn onto a white cloth; the bed pillows have also won fuxics to match the quilt.
Image 4 – Crochet duvet with fuxico.
Figure 5 – For a clean and sober look, only make the bedspread with one color.
Image 6 – Patchwork and fuxicos decorate the path of the doll.
Image 7 – In this quilt, the yellow fuxicos make drawings of diamonds.
Figure 8 – Bedspread of colored yo-yos with ends locked.
Image 9 – Bar colored in the same tone as the fuxicos.
Image 10 – White diamonds interspersed with hollow diamonds.
Image 11 – The fuxicos of the blanket can be made in the desired size, including you can combine different sizes in the same blanket.
Image 12 – Crochet bedspread with colored diamonds / inspiration to make it look like yo-yo
Image 13 – Another blanket: Here the gossip was sewn into the blanket
Image 14 – Fabric patchwork can be used to form guxicos and patchwork as on the duvet of this image
Figure 15 – In different prints, but all in the same tone: blue, yellow and white
Figure 16 – In this garden, drawn on fuxico’s duvet, the leaves and flowers are for the account of the fuxicos
Image 17 – Fuxicos in the same tone make the ceiling appear more sober and elegant
Figure 18 – For the Moderninhos, a bedspread made of black and white yo-yos
Image 19 – From square to square, a beautiful crochet braid is created as inspiration for the production of fucicos.
Picture 20 – A square in the other shape of this yoke quilt on the brown background
Image 21 – Reaproveite an old quilt that Guxicos sews in it; In the picture, the fuxicos of different sizes form flowers.
Image 22 – A little color for the black and white space; Note that the underside of the patchwork is black so as not to run away from the decor.
Figure 23 – Fuxicos cuadradinhos.
Picture 24 – The white blanket won fuxicos only in the lower half.
Image 25 – The romantic proposal of decorating this room was emphasized even more by the duvet from fuxicos.
Picture 26 – Red foxes for a warm and intimate decoration.
Image 27 – Fuxicos in soft colors harmonize with the lilac bedspread.
Figure 28 – Grayscale.
Image 29 – This duvet of all white mares is very delicate; to further improve the piece, each yo-yo won a mini pearl.
Image 30 – Delicate and graceful: The mini fucicos were beautiful in this raw cotton blanket.
Figure 31 – Fu xicos duvet and iron beds: a combination that always works.
Figure 32 – Different sizes, colors and prints: Let your imagination run wild when you put up your duvet.
Figure 33 – Crochet hooks connected by a black line.
Picture 34 – How about some giants?
Image 35 – A touch of charm and personality for the children’s walks.
Figure 36 – No rules: create your quilt the way you prefer.
Picture 37 – To vary the work, intercalate between the production of fuxicos and the production of the blanket.
Picture 38 – Missed yo-yo? Leave leaking spaces free.
Figure 39 – A rainbow of fuxicos on the bed.
Picture 40 – FuXicos quilt; the mustard tone emphasized the manual work.
Picture 41 – To vary the work, nest the colors of fuxicos.
Picture 42 – Cover the quilt blanket with fabric panels.
Figure 43 – Double duvet with the yoke upside down.
Picture 44 – And in the middle a black yoke; the only one in the blanket!
Picture 45 – perfectly united.
Figure 46 – One of the more traditional models of the yoke bedspread.
Picture 47 – And to escape the square, fuxicos form octagons.
Picture 48 – Dwarf from the fuxicos? Use a double-sided blanket and vary the decor.
Picture 49 – Spread the yoffs according to the amount of each type.
Picture 50 – Colorful fuxicos form squares under the white fuxicos.
Figure 51 – Colorful crocheted bedspread without fear of being happy.
Image 52 – Happy and lively: colored fucicos form this quilt, which decorates the room in neutral tones.
Figure 53 – Rustic children’s room with fuxico bedspread.
Picture 54 – Pink, formed by crochet squares.
Image 55 – Bedspread with fucicos only on the top.
Figure 56 – Bedspreads and pillows: everything fits.
Image 57 – Rich and detailed craftsmanship: quilt with blue and white fuxico flowers.
Image 58 – Fuxico duvet for a demanding environment.
Picture 59 – Fuxicos decorates the children’s room.
Picture 60 – And to stay warm, how about a blanket made of colored wool?