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Rosie the Riveter c2c | Row by Row Graph| Free Crochet Pattern by Stardust Gold Crochet

Rosie The Riveter by Stardust Gold Crochet

Rosie the Riveter is a symbol of strength and unity for women everywhere.

With everything going on right now, I wanted to make this pattern free to download. These are such interesting times, and we are now living in a world where we all need sharing, caring, and love more than anything.

Therefore, Rosie embodies our strength, and send a positive message.

I spent a lot of care to make it as easy as possible!

  • Only 10 colors.
  • Written Pattern for C2C.
  • Written Pattern for Row by Row,
  • Easy to Use.
  • Learn How to Read a Graph
  • Work the pattern in C2C, single, double, or half-double crochet.

Also included is a full grid graph, and close-ups of the graph, as well as 4 pages of a close-up the graph, sectioned off for easier viewing.Β  The file is 14 pages.

Rosie the Riveter Free Graphgan C2C & Row by Row Download

Rosie The Riveter Thumbs

The graph is 85 x 109 stitches (color blocks).

I’ve made some yarn suggestions in the pattern, but you’re welcome to use whatever worsted weight yarn you’d like.

The pattern also includes detailed instructions on how to create a C2C blanket and links on how to make decreases.

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I would love to see your finished projects, links to my social media links are located at the bottom of the last page :). Please use the hashtag: πŸ˜ƒ

#rosietheriveterstardust

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Crochet Free Crochet Patterns Seasonal St. Patrick's Day

Lucky Charm Rainbow Shamrock Key Chain Stash-buster| Free Crochet Pattern by Stardust Gold Crochet

Rainbow Shamrock Crochet Key Chain

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day to everyone! This is a simple St. Patrick’s Day Rainbow Shamrock Key Chain Stash-buster to help ease the boredom and a great project to work with the kids!

  • Fun and easy
  • Stash-buster
  • Simple stitches

These are hard times and I hope everyone is coping okay. Let’s call this a lucky charm!

I’ll be posting quite a few patterns to help everyone get through it. So keep an eye out.

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A little bit about the yarn…

I used Yarn Bee Soft Secret, which was in my stash. Definitely use any 3 or 4 weight yarn you have laying around in your stash for this simple crochet project! 😍


+ Sizes/Finished Measurements


Blocked and Assembled

Width:  3.5″

Tall:  3”


+ Materials:


Suggested Yarn & Yardage Needed:

Yarn Bee Soft Secret – 6 oz / 170 g 200 yards/275 meters 100% Acrylic or any 3 or 4 weight scrap yarn – great for a stash-buster! Yardage is very little, less than a yarn of each color.

Color A:  Red | Color B:  Hot Orange | Color C:  Saffron | Color D: Butter | Color E: Lime | Color F: Aqua | Color G: French Lilac

Hook Size: US Size G (4 or 4.5 mm) crochet hook

Scissors

Darning Needle

Key Ring

Tails for stuffing or a tiny bit of polyfill


+ Abbreviations:


sc single crochet
dc double crochet
hdc half double crochet
tr treble crochet
sl st slip stitch
t-ch turning chain
rep repeat
st(s) stitch(es)
ch(s) chains(s)
ea each
*…* rep instructions between asterisk however many times indicated.

+ Stitch guide:


Stitches in pink are clickable links to a tutorial on how to create the stitch.

sc – single crochet

insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up a loop, yo draw through both loops on hook.

dc – double crochet

yo, insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up a loop, *yo, draw through 2 loops* – repeat from * to * until you have one loop left on the hook.

hdc – half double crochet

yo, insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up a loop, yo, draw through all three loops on hook.

tr – treble crochet

yo twice, insert hook in indicated st.  yo, draw up a loop, *yo, draw through 2 loops* repeat from * to * 3 times.

Magic Circle


+ Pattern Notes – Please Read


  • Rainbow is worked in rows.
  • Shamrock is worked in one round.
  • Pieces are sewn together and stuffed.
  • 1st st of each row/round is made in the same as t-ch.
  • Cut yarn after each row.

Ready? Let’s make it!

St. Patrick’s Day Rainbow Shamrock Key Chain


+ Skill Level


Beginner


+ Pattern:


Rainbow

Make 2

Starting with Color G (purple), Ch 4

Row 1:  Sc in 2nd ch from hook, 2 sc in next ch, sc in next, change to Color F (blue) – 4 sc

Row 2:  Ch 1, turn, sc in first st, (2 sc in next st) two times, sc in last st, change to Color E (green) – 6 sc.

Row 3:  Ch 1, turn, sc in first st, 2 sc in next st, sc in each of next 2 sts, 2 sc in next st, sc in last st, change to Color D (yellow) – 8 sc.

Row 4:  Ch 1, turn, sc in first 2 sts, 2 sc in each of next 4 sts, sc in each of last two sts, change to Color C (dark yellow)  – 12 sc.

Row 5:  Ch 1, turn, 2 sc in first st, sc in each of next 10 sts, 2 sc in last st, change to Color B (orange) – 14 sc.

Row 6:  Ch 1, turn, sc in each of next 6 sts, 2 sc in each of next two sts, sc in each of next 6 sts, change to Color A (red)  – 16 sc.

Row 7:  Ch 1, turn, 2 sc in first st, sc in each of next 6 sts, 2 sc in each of next 2 sts, sc in each of next 6 sts, 2 sc in last st – 20 sc.

leave a long tail for sewing the two pieces together, weave in all other tails.

Shamrock ☘️

Make 2

4 mm hook

Magic circle, Ch 4

In magic circle, *tr 2, hdc 1, tr 3, sl st 1** ch 4, repeat from * two more times ending rep at **, ch 5 for the stem.

Pull magic circle closed tight and weave in all tails.

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Finishing & Assembly:

Rainbow:

Place pieces together with WS facing each other. Sew together along with the red, stuff with scraps of yarn from tails or polyfill, then continue sewing up the bottom.

Shamrock:

Place pieces together with WS facing each other. Using a whip stitch, sew through stem first, then along the outer edge.

Sew shamrock to rainbow and attach key ring at the end of the stem of the shamrock.

Congratulations! You’re Finished!

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Babies & Kids For the Home Free Crochet Patterns Graphs

Rainbow Unicorn Graphgan C2C & Row by Row Written Pattern

Rainbow Unicorn c2c Graphgan

Hey Makers!Β  The Rainbow Unicorn graphgan pattern is finally free! I hope everyone had a great holiday.Β  Mine was nice.Β  I’m in the process of moving right now, so honestly, it has been a strange one for sure.Β  No decorations up, but getting a fresh start for January is nice.

I’m in the process of setting up my crochet studio, and can’t wait to show you guys as it comes along.Β  Maybe you can help me with decorating tips!Β  I’m not so good at decorating but working on it. 😊.Β 

Rainbow Unicorn Graph by Stardust Gold Crochet
Reverse side – Finished Graphgan by Nancy (thank you Nancy!)

The Rainbow Unicorn release is a long time in the making, and I’m very excited to share it with you.Β  The Rainbow Unicorn graphgan is a project I released last year and have been wanting to release for free for a while now. I hope you all enjoy it.

note: This graphgan has three versions.Β  A row by row version, and a C2C version in two sizes.Β  The dimensions are slightly different for C2C versions, and I will cover that in this post.

Rainbow Unicorn Graph by Stardust Gold Crochet

What is C2C? How do I do it? 🧢

Learn the basics of C2C here… (click photo)

C2C Basics Tutorial

C2C Tools πŸ˜€

How Big Will My Blanket Be?

I get this question a lot. To solve this problem I created a couple of calculators that determine how big your blanket will be. These use your own personal tension, hook, and yarn choice.

(click photos to take you to blog post)

Row by Row Crochet Blanket Size Calculator

+ Pattern Notes – Please Read


This pattern includes written C2C instructions, written Row by Row, and a larger graph, all worked bottom up.  😊  If you have any questions about these patterns or need pattern support, please join my Pattern Support Group here:

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***I work C2C using 5 ch’s, and chaining 2***

The traditional C2C is worked by chaining six at the beginning and chaining 3 after slip stitching in the new square, also known as 6/3 C2C.  I find the 5/2 C2C method reduces the size of the holes in the blanket.


Tips

  • Want to make it bigger? Use a larger hook and heavier weight yarn.
  • Make it smaller? Use a single crochet stitch or Tunisian crochet simple stitch, you can also decrease the weight of the yarn.
  • C2C – measurements for C2C using recommended yarn and G hook (4.00mm) will be about 4′ x 4.5′ – Remember to use the C2C calculator to find out how big your blanket will be with your chosen yarn and hook size.

All of these patterns can be worked in a single crochet or Tunisian crochet simple stitch.Β  Of course, that will alter the dimensions of the blanket, but here are some tips on dimensions:

These beautiful photos were sent to me by a maker who finished the graphgan using Vanna’s Choice yarn, and a G hook (4 mm).

Rainbow Unicorn Graph by Stardust Gold Crochet
Front Side

+ Pattern:


There are three patterns in total.

Graphgan #1:

The first graph is a picture graph only, not a written pattern. The dimensions are 100 x 115 stitches with a download for full resolution. The images below the main graph are each section.

Graphgan #2:

The second graph is PDF download, C2C written + graph (90 x 100 stitches)

Graphgan #3:

The third graph is a PDF download, Row by Row written + graph (90 x 100 stitches)

Wondering How to Download Pictures and PDF’s πŸ€·β€β™€οΈ ?

  • Scroll down to the “download” buttons
  • Click to download
  • Check your download folder in your browser
  • Click the “save” button to save the PDF to your computer or mobile.
  • Remember to check your download folder

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Rainbow Unicorn Graphgan # 1: 100 x 115 sts

Rainbow Unicorn Graph by Stardust Gold Crochet

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Rainbow Unicorn Graph by Stardust Gold Crochet
Grid 1

Grid 2

Rainbow Unicorn Graph by Stardust Gold Crochet
Grid 2

Grid 3

Rainbow Unicorn Graph by Stardust Gold Crochet
Grid 3

Grid 4

Rainbow Unicorn Graph by Stardust Gold Crochet
Grid 4

Rainbow Unicorn Graphgan # 2: C2C Written & Graph (90 x 100 stitches)

Rainbow Unicorn Graph by Stardust Gold Crochet
Rainbow Unicorn C2C by Nancy

Rainbow Unicorn Graphgan # 3: Row by Row Written & Graph (90 x 100 stitches)

Rainbow Unicorn Graph by Stardust Gold Crochet
Rainbow Unicorn Row by Row by Connie Elder

I hope you enjoy these patterns!

Please share your finished blankets and tag me, please!  I would love to see the finished work!

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Cardigans & Ponchos Crochet Fall Free Crochet Patterns Wearables

Temperance Rauncho | Free Crochet Pattern by Stardust Gold Crochet

temperance rauncho by stardust gold crochet

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The Temperance Rauncho is a simply elegant design you can dress up or dress down with jeans.  The name has a great story!  My friend Crystal’s daughter’s name is Temperance (after Temperance Brennan from the show Bones), she’s 3 years old.  She said, β€œIt’s a rauncho!” because she tried to say ruana and poncho at the same time 😊, it was too cute!

The Temperance Rauncho was born! This has to be my new favorite go-to for going out, and if it isn’t too cold, it’s perfect. It’s great for wearing around the house too and will perfect for the office.

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Temperance Rauncho

A little bit about the yarn…

I used Lion Brand’s Heartland yarn. This is one of my favorite yarns on the market. It is so easy to work with, and the color selections are very earthy, which I love. It comes in a wide variety of tones, with solids, tweeds, and flecks of other colors throughout. You shouldn’t have any issues with this yarn at all. It also rips back easy, so that’s a positive too! 😍

Yarn subs for the Temperance Rauncho…

The best place to check for other yarn substitutes is the Yarn Sub website here.

The beauty of this pattern is you can sub out just about any worsted (4) weight yarn and create it. However, I do recommend trying to match the gauge if you do sub. My tester, Crystal used a Red Heart yarn and a larger hook (because she crochets SUPER tight). Her holes for the beginning border were fairly large, so she modified hers by working Row 3’s stitches into the skipped hdc’s from Row 1 to close the gaps. (see photo below)

Mind you, this will change the look of the pattern slightly.

A little note about how this pattern is written…

As mentioned in the pattern notes below, the pattern is worked in rows. You work the left panel first, then the right panel. You assemble the two panels with a running stitch, then work the border, adding the tassels at the very end.

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+ Gauge:


2” = 4 rows or 12 fhdc = 4” (10 cm)

Adjust hook size if necessary, to obtain gauge.


+ Sizes/Finished Measurements


Blocked and Assembled

Width:  36” (91 cm)

Tall:  62” (157 cm)


+ Materials:


Suggested Yarn & Yardage Needed:

Lion Brand Heartland Yarn Solids: 100% Acrylic Tweeds: 94% Acrylic, 6% Rayon 5 oz, 251 yds per skein.

Color A:  Great Smokey Mountains – 3-4 skeins (800-1000 yds)

Color B:  Acadia – 1 skein (251 yds)

Color C:  Grand Canyon – 1 skein (251 yds)

Care: see label for instructions.

Hook Size: US Size J (6 mm) crochet hook

Scissors

Darning Needle


+ Abbreviations:


fsc foundation single crochet
sc single crochet
hdc half double crochet
dc double crochet
ldc linked double crochet
rvsc reverse single crochet (crab stitch)
blo back loop only
rep repeat
beg beginning
st(s) stitch(es)
ch(s) chains(s)
ea each
*…* rep instructions between asterisk however many times indicated.

+ Stitch guide:


Stitches in pink are clickable links to a tutorial on how to create the stitch.

sc – single crochet

insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up a loop, yo draw through both loops on hook.

hdc – half double crochet

yo, insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up a loop, yo, draw through all three loops on hook.

dc – double crochet

yo, insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up a loop, *yo, draw through 2 loops* – rep from * to * until you have one loop left on the hook.


+ Special Stitches:


(click stitch to see the tutorials)

fsc – foundation single crochet

create a slip knot.  ch 2, insert hook in 1st chain.  yo, draw up a loop.  ch 1, yo, draw through both loops on hook.  (2nd st) insert hook in bottom two loops of ch 1.  yo, draw up a loop, ch 1, yo, draw through both loops (2 fsc created).

rvsc – reverse single crochet

don’t turn your work to start.  loosen loop on hook just a tad and working left to right. insert hook in indicated st.  yo, draw up a loop (make it loose), yo, draw through both loops on hook.

ldc – linked double crochet

step 1:  ch 3, insert hook in 2nd chain from hook, yo, pull up a loop, insert hook in same st as ch 3, yo, pull up a loop, *yo, pull through 2 loops* two times (1 ldc created)  step 2:  insert hook in front horizontal bar of ldc just created, yo, pull up a loop, insert hook in next st, yo, pull up a loop, *yo, pull through 2 loops* two times – rep step 2 for each new st.


+ Pattern Notes – Please Read


  • Rauna is constructed by working 2 panels and sewing them together, then working a border around inside perimeter – tassels are optional and added later.
  • Sizing is written in one size, see sizing adjustments below to modify.
  • Foundation hdc row is counted in row count.
  • Stitch count is 157 throughout, unless otherwise indicated.

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Ready? Let’s make it!

Temperance Raunch – A Rauna & a Poncho all-in-one!

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+ Skill Level


Easy


+ Pattern:


with 6 mm hook… with Color A

Sizing Adjustments:

Length:  Add foundation hdc in multiples of 2.

Width:  Add additional rows to between rows 23 – 25, which is a repeat of row 15. 

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Left Panel:

Mark RS with st marker

Row 1 (WS): With Color A:  Fhdc 157, finish last stitch with Color B.

Row 2 (RS):  Ch 2, turn.  *hdc 1ch 1, sk 1* – repeat from *…* across, ending with 1 hdc in last st, finish last stitch with Color A – 79 hdc, 78 ch sp’s – 157 sts total.

Row 3:  Ch 2, turn.  *hdc 2 in next ch sp, rep from *…* across, ending with 1 hdc around ch- 2, finish last stitch with Color C – 157 hdc.

Row 4:  Ch 2, turn, hdc 1 (blo) in ea st across, hdc 1 in last stitch – 157 hdc.

(Your rows should measure around 2” at this point). 

Row 5:  Ch 1, turn, sc 1 in ea st across – 157 sc.

Row 6:  Ch 2, turn, hdc 1 in ea st across, finish last st with color B – 157 hdc.

Row 7:  Ch 2, turn, hdc 1 in ea front loop (camel hump) across, ending with 1 hdc in last stitch – 157 hdc.

Row 8:  Ch 1, turnsc 1 in ea st across – 157 sc.

Row 9:  Ch 2, turn, hdc 1 in ea st across, finish last st with color C – 157 hdc.

Row 10:  Ch 2, turn, hdc 1 in each st across, ending with 1 hdc in last st – 157 sts. 

Row 11:  Ch 1, turn, sc 1 in front loop (camel hump) of ea st across, sc 1 in last stitch – 157 sc.

Row 12:  Ch 2, turn, hdc 1 in each st across, finish last st with color A – 157 hdc.

Row 13:  Ch 2, turn, hdc 1 in ea st across – 157 hdc.

Row 14:  Ch 2, sk 1 st, dc 1 in next st, hdc 1 (working behind dc) into skipped st, *sk 1, dc 1, hdc 1 in skipped st (working behind dc)*, rep from *…* across, ending with 1 dc in last st – 157 sts.

Row 15:  Ch 2, hdc 1 in ea st across – 157 hdc. 

Row 16:  Repeat Row 14.

Row 17 – 19:  Repeat Row 15.

 (if you drop a stitch on this row, add one hdc at end). 

Row 20:  Repeat Row 14.

Row 21:  Repeat Row 15.

Row 22:  Repeat Row 14.

Row 23 – 25:  Repeat Row 15 (on row 25, finish last st with color C).

Row 26:  Ch 2, turn, hdc 1 (blo) in ea st across – 157 sts.

Row 27:  Ch 2, hdc 1 in ea st across, finish last st with color A – 157 hdc.

Row 28:  Ch 2, turn, hdc 1, ch 1, sk 1, [hdc 2, ch 1, sk 1] 2 times, [hdc 3, sk 1, ch 1] 35 times, [hdc 2, ch 1, sk 1] 2 times hdc 1 in last 3 sts, finish last st with color C – 157 sts. 

Row 29:  Ch 2, turn, hdc 1 in ea of next 2 sts, *hdc 2 in ch sp, hdc 1 in next st* (2 more times), *hdc 1 in ea of next 2 sts, hdc 2 in ch sp* (35 times), *hdc 1 in next st, hdc 2 in ch sp* (2 times), hdc 1 in last st – 157 sts.

Row 30:  Ch 2, turn, hdc 1 in ea st across, finish last st with color A – 157 hdc.

Row 31:  Ch 2, turn, hdc 1 in ea st across – 157 hdc. 

Row 32:  Ch 3, turn, ldc 1 in ea st across – 157 ldc.

(my stitches went down to 156, so you need to work in the end chain as the last stitch for these rows)

Row 33 – 37:  Repeat Row 32. 

Row 38:  ldc 1 in ea of next 78 sts – 78 ldc. 

Row 39:  Ch 3, turn, ldc 1 in ea of next 78 sts – 78 ldc.

Row 40 – 42:  Repeat Row 39.

fasten off, weave in tails.

Right Panel:

Work rows 1-37, cut, fasten off. 

Lay flat with RS up, starting at top left, count over 78 sts to the right and attach yarn in 78th st.

Row 38:  Ch 3, ldc 1 in same as join, ldc 1 in ea of next 77 sts – 78 ldc. 

Row 39:  Ch 3, turn, ldc 1 in ea of next78 – 78 ldc.

Row 40 – 42:  Repeat Row 39. 

Finishing & Assembly:

Assemble panels as seen in diagram below, sew along dotted line.

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Creating the neckline border:

Border:  with RS facing up, attach yarn in bottom corner of right panel (see diagram above).

Row 1:  Ch 2, dc 1 in same as join, dc 1 in ea of next 76 sts, dc3tog over next two sts, and beg of neck, dc 1 in ea of next 19 sts, dc3tog over next neck st and in next two sts on left panel, dc 1 in ea of next  77, do not turn – 156 sts

Row 2:   rvsc 1 in each st around – 156 rvsc

– cut, tie off, weave in all tails.

Tassels

Cut 3 strands around 11-12″ long, fold over and create the tassel. I extended the colors down from the pattern. I added one tassel at the end of each row. When folded over, they measure around 5-6″ long. I didn’t trim them after I attached them, however, I did wet block it. They still have a little bit of a curl to them despite the blocking, but I like that πŸ˜€.

Congratulations! You’re Finished!

I hope you enjoyed creating this pattern! Please share your finished works with me by using the hashtags mentioned above, I would love to see them. Pretty please share! Pin it, Instagram it with #temperancerauncho – sharing really is caring in the crochet world.

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Crochet For the Home Free Crochet Patterns

Hydra Spa Set | Free Crochet Pattern by Stardust Gold Crochet

Hydra Spa Set by Stardust Gold Crochet

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The inspiration for the Hydra Spa Set is the scrubby yarn by Red Heart! 😍 I saw this yarn at Micheal’s a few months ago, and thought hmmmmmm….this is really cool! Of course, I had to try it out and after my friend Lidewij of Lilinette Crochet created a cool stitch called the 🌸 Lotus Bud Stitch, I loved it so much, I wanted to use it in my own spa set creation.

It’s also pretty hot now, and I thought hmmmmm…what can I crochet that is not a hat, scarf, or top? Right?

A bath set was the perfect solution and I’m so excited to be releasing this pattern for free today!

This pattern is my first published pattern! It was in the September issue #66 of Happily Hooked Magazine. You can get the issue here on Ravelry. πŸ˜ƒ

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A little bit about the yarn…

Working with this yarn is a bit of a challenge, because it is difficult to see the stitches, but after a few tries, it ends up working out okay. Here’s a few tips for working with Red Heart Scrubby yarn:

  • It’s hard to count stitches, so keep your measuring tape handy to get the right size. :).
  • Feel it! I found feeling for the stitches helps.
  • This yarn also gets thick and thin in various spots, so make sure you’re working through both top loops of the stitches.
  • Don’t fret. The pattern is so easy to follow, and the stitch count or gauge is not *that* important because sizing doesn’t matter here.

These tips should help you work with the Red Heart Scrubby Yarn. Of course you can use another 3 or 4 weight yarn, or complete the Hydra Spa Set completely in I Love This Cotton, or another similar cotton yarn. I recommend cotton for this set because it’s a natural fiber and softer on the skin.

I hope you enjoy this pattern!

Yarn subs…

I Love This Cotton Sub:  Lilly Sugar N’ Cream Solids, medium weight #4 yarn (100% cotton, 120 yds/109 m per 2.5 oz/70.9 g skein)

Scrubby Sub:  Lily Sugar ’n Cream Scrub Off Yarn, medium weight #4 yarn (100% cotton, 106 yds/97 m per 2.6 oz/75g per skein)

The best place to check for other yarn substitutes is the Yarn Sub website here.

A little note about how this pattern is written…

Hand Scrubby:

The hand scrubby is worked in rows, in one long piece, with a yarn change midway. When you finish the rows, you will work a border, then fold it along the center-line and continue a border to join the pieces together. The handle is worked last.

Back Scrubby:

The back scrubby is worked in rows, in one long piece, then you’ll create a border and the handles.

Face Scrubby:

The face scrubby is worked in two pieces, in the round. The pieces are joined and then the handle is created.

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+ Gauge:


14 sc x 17 rows = 4”/10 cm (using scrubby yarn)

Adjust hook size if necessary, to obtain gauge.

This yarn is hard to see the stitches, I recommend β€œfeeling for them” and counting carefully.


+ Sizes/Finished Measurements


Face Scrubby:  3” diameter

Back Scrubby:  17.5” (without handles)

Body Scrubby:  6.5” x 8”


+ Materials:


Suggested Yarn & Yardage Needed:

(MC) Red Heart Scrubby Cotton, medium weight #4 yarn

  • 1 skein Peachy

(CC) I love This Cotton, medium weight #4 yarn

  • 1 skein Ivory

Suggested Yarn Details:

Red Heart Scrubby Yarn: 100% cotton; 145 yds/133 m per 3.5 oz/100 g skein

I Love This Cotton: 100% cotton, 180 yds/165 m per 3.5 oz/100 g skein

Care: see label for instructions.

Hook Size: US Size I (5.5mm) crochet hook

Scissors

Darning Needle


+ Abbreviations:


fsc foundation single crochet
dc double crochet
hdc half double crochet
sc2tog single crochet two together
lbs lotus bud stitch
rep repeat
beg. beginning
sl st slip stitch
st(s) stitch(es)
ch(s) chains(s)
ea each
rnd round
*…* rep instructions between asterisk however many times indicated.

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+ Stitch guide:


Stitches in pink are clickable links to a tutorial on how to create the stitch.

sc – single crochet

insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up a loop, yo draw through both loops on hook.

dc – double crochet

yo, insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up a loop, *yo, draw through 2 loops* – rep from * to * until you have one loop left on the hook.

hdc – double crochet

yo, insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up a loop, yo, draw through all three loops on hook.


+ Special Stitches:


(click stitch to see the tutorials)

fsc – foundation single crochet

create a slip knot.  ch 2, insert hook in 1st chain.  yo, draw up a loop.  ch 1, yo, draw through both loops on hook.  (2nd st) insert hook in bottom two loops of ch 1.  yo, draw up a loop, ch 1, yo, draw through both loops (2 fsc created).

lbs – lotus bud stitch

Yo, insert hook in indicated st, yo, pull up a loop, yo, pull through 2 loops, yo, insert hook in same st, yo, pull up a loop, yo, pull through all 4 loops on hook. (1 lotus bud stitch created)

sc2tog – single crochet 2 together

Insert hook in indicated st, yo, pull up a loop, insert hook in next st, yo, pull up a loop, yo, draw through all loops on hook. (1 sc created, 1 decrease)


+ Pattern Notes – Please Read


  • Pattern is written in three sections: the face scrubby (worked in the round), the back scrubby (worked in rows), the body scrubby (worked in rows).
  • Joins for face scrubby:  are made with sl st into 1st st of round, unless otherwise noted.
  • 1st st of ea round/row is made in same as ch/t-ch, unless otherwise noted.

Tips:  Feel for your stitches, and keep a good count because this yarn is difficult to see the stitches πŸ™ƒ

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+ Skill Level


Easy


+ Pattern:


with 5.5 mm hook… with MC

Face Scrubby Side 1:

The face scrubby is worked in two pieces, then joined together with a sc round.

with MC, create a Magic Circle, or ch 4, and sl st into first ch.

Round 1:  Ch 2, dc 12 into ring, join – 12 dc.

Round 2:  Ch 2, dc 2 in ea st, join – 24 dc.

Round 3:  Ch 1, sc 1 in ea st around, join – 24 sc.  Cut, tie off, weave in tails.

Face Scrubby Side 2:

with CC, create a magic circle, or ch 4, and sl st into first ch.

Round 1:  Ch 2, lbs 10 into ring, join – 10 lbs.

Round 2:  Ch 2, turn, lbs 2 in ea st around, join – 20 lbs.

Round 3:  Ch 2, turn, lbs 1 in ea st, inc by 1 every 5th st – 24 lbs.

note: Don’t join round 3 yet.  We are going to join the pieces as we complete the round join.  To join pieces, lay face scrubby 1 on top of face scrubby 2.  insert hook through any st on face scrubby 1 first, then complete the sl st through side 2, working through 1st st of round 3, like a normal round join, then…

Joining round:  Ch 1, turn, sc 1 in ea st around, working through both pieces – 24 sc

Cut, tie off, weave in all tails.

Handle for Face Scrubby:

with MC color facing you, join CC in any sc. 

Row 1:  Ch 1, sc 1 in same as join, and in next 2 sts, ch 10, join chain with sl st to sc on direct opposite side of face scrubby – 3 sc, 10 ch’s.

Row 2:  Ch 1, sc 1 in same as join, turn, (working back down the chain) sc 1 in ea chain, join with sl st in 2nd sc of 3 sc created from R1.  sl st in next sc – 10 sc, 1 sl st.

Row 3:  Sc 1 in ea sc working back down to other side, join in next sc on scrubby with sl st – 10 sc, 1 sl st. Cut, tie off, and weave in all tails.

Back Scrubby:

with MC, fsc 16.

Row 1:  Ch 1, turn, sc 1 in ea fsc across – 16 sc.

Row 2 – 61:  Repeat row 1 – 16 sc, change to CC.

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Border:

CC:  Ch 2, turn, hdc 1 (in same as ch 2), lbs 1 in ea of next 14 sts, hdc 3 in last st.  Working down the side, sc 1 in side of ea row, hdc 3 in corner.  Keep working around, lbs 1 in bottom of ea of next 14 fsc, hdc 3 in corner st.  sc 1 in ea side of row until you reach beg of round.  hdc 2 in same st as 1st hdc of round.  Join with sl st in 1st hdc, don’t cut yarn – 12 hdc, 28 lbs, 122 sc.

Creating the Handles:

Handle #1:

continue with CC

Row 1:  Ch 1, sc 1 in same as join, sc 1 in next st – 2 sc.

Row 2:  Ch 1, turn, sc 1 in ea st – 2 sc.

Row 3 – 26:  Repeat row 2 – 2 sc.  Measures appx. 7” (17cm).

Cut and leave a long tail for sewing.  Sew to other side of scrubby, working into the hdc’s of corner.

Handle #2:

On opposite side of scrubby, attach CC in center hdc of the 3 hdc in corner, then…

Row 1:  Ch 1, sc 1 in same st as join, sc 1 in next st – 2 sc. 

Row 2 – 26:  Repeat row 2 & joining instructions from handle #1.  Fasten off, weave in tails.

Body Scrubby:

with MC, fsc 18.

Row 1:  Ch 1, turn, sc 1 in ea st across – 18 sc.

Row 2 – 24:  Repeat row 1, change to CC at end of row.  MC should measure 7” (17 cm). 

Row 25:  Repeat row 1.

Row 26:  Ch 2, turn, *lbs 1, sc 1* – rep *…* across – 9 lbs, 9 sc.

note:  depending on your tension, you may need to crochet more than 43 rows to make CC and MC sections match in height, I noted that in parentheses below, despite how many rows you work (43, 44, or 45), the remainder of the pattern is the same.

Row 27 – 43 (44, 45):  Repeat row 26.  CC should measure around 7” (17cm) – 9 lbs, 9 sc.

Row 44 (45, 46):  Ch 1, turn, sc 1 in ea st across, sc 2 in same as last sc – 20 sc.

Creating the border:

Row 1:  Working down left side, sc 45 in side of ea row, sc 3 in corner st, sc 16 across bottom of fsc,   sc 3 in next st, sc 45 in side of ea row, sc 3 in corner st, join with sl st in 1st sc of round – 133 sc.

note:  Do not cut yarn.  Turn, bring up the bottom left hand corner, and match up corner 3 sc.  Turn, making sure 3 sc in both end corners line up, join pieces together with a sl st, inserting hook first through join st, then into 1st sc after 3 sc on the corner of back piece.  Turn, working down left side.  The following sts work through both pieces, until noted otherwise.

Row 2:  ch 1, sc 1 in ea of next 25 sts, sc 3 in corner, sc 18 across bottom (still working through both pieces), sc 3 in corner, sc 1 in ea of next 25 sts.  Work on MC side only, sc 1 in ea of next 16 sts, join with sl st into 1st sc of round, don’t cut yarn – 90 sc.

Top of Body Scrubby:

Row 1:  Ch 1, turn, skip join st, then sc 1 in of next 16 sts – 16 sc.

Row 2:  Ch 1, turn, sc2tog, sc 1 in ea of next 12 sc, sc2tog – 14 sc.

Row 3:  Ch 1, turn, sc2tog, sc 1 in ea of next 10 sc, sc2tog – 12 sc.

Row 4:  Ch 1, turn, sc2tog, sc 1 in ea of next 2 sc, ch 4, skip 4, sc 1 in ea of next 2 sc, sc2tog – 10 sc.

Row 5:  Ch 1, turn, sc2tog, sc 1 in next sc, sc 4 around ch 4 sp, sc 1 in next sc, sc2tog – 8 sc.

Row 6:  Ch 1, turn, sc2tog, sc 1 in ea of next 4 sc, sc2tog – 6 sc.

Row 7:  Ch 1, turn, sc2tog, sc 1 in ea of next 2 sc, sc2tog – 4 sc.  Fasten off, weave in all tails.

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It turned out really beautiful, and I love the colors 😍. Now I think I need to order more of the Scheepjes in these colors so I can make something pretty with these squares. What do you think? A pillow? Scarf? Blanket? ❓

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Color A: 818 – Lilac Quartz

Color B: 801 – Moon Stone

Color C: 811 – Deep Amethyst

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+ Abbreviations


scsingle crochet
trtreble crochet
dcdouble crochet
tr6togtreble six together
ch (s)chain (s)
skskip
sl stslip stitch
yoyarn over
st(s)stitch(es)
* … *repeat from * to * as many times indicated

+ Stitch Guide:


sc – single crochet

insert hook in indicated st/ch/ch sp, yo, pull up a loop, yo, pull through 2 loops.

dc – double crochet

yo, insert hook in indicated st/ch/ch sp, yo, pull up a loop, yo, pull through 2 loops, until you have one loop left on hook.

tr- treble crochet

yo 2 times, insert hook in indicated st/ch, yo, pull up a loop, *yo, pull through 2 loops* – rep *…* 3 times total until you have 1 loop left on hook.

tr6tog- treble crochet six together

(yo 2 times, insert hook in indicated st/ch, yo, pull up a loop, *yo, pull through 2 loops* – rep *…* twice) – repeat in next 5 stitches. yo, draw through all 7 loops on hook.

notes:

  • Pattern is worked in rounds
  • Full video tutorial at bottom of post

+ Pattern:


Color A: 818 – Lilac Quartz

Color B: 801 – Moon Stone

Color C: 811 – Deep Amethyst

Using A, ch 8, ss in first ch, or create a magic circle.

Round 1:  Ch 7, tr 6 into ring, (ch 3, tr 6 into ring) 3 times, ss in 4th ch of ch-7 from beg of rnd.

Round 2:  ss 1 in each of next 2 ch’s, (ch 5, tr6tog over next 6 tr, ch 5, ss in 2nd ch of ch-3) 4 times, work last ss in same place as 2nd ss from beg of rnd, fasten off A.

Round 3:  Join B with ss in top of next group, *(tr 3, ch 1, tr 3, ch 2, tr 3, ch 1, tr 3) all in the next ch-3 sp from rnd 1, ss in top of next group*, rep *…* 3 more times, work last ss in same as first ss of rnd, fasten off B.

Round 4:  Join A to same place, ch 4, tr 5 in same ss, *skip (3 tr, 1 ch, 3 tr), (tr 6, ch 2, tr 6) in ch-2 sp at corner, skip (3 tr, 1 ch, 3 tr), tr 6 in next ss,* rep from*…* two more times, skip (3 tr, 1 ch, 3 tr), (tr 6, ch 2, tr 6) in ch 2 sp at corner, skip (3 tr, 1 ch, 3 tr), ss in 4th ch of ch-4 from beg of rnd, fasten off.

Round 5:  Join C in  same place, ch 1, sc 1 in ea of next 5 tr, *dc 1 in ch1-sp of rnd 3 below, sc 1 in ea of next 6 tr, sc 3 in ch -2 sp at corner, sc 1 in ea of next 6 tr, dc 1 in ch-1 sp of rnd 3 below, sc 1 in each of next 6 tr*, rep from *…* two more times, dc 1 in ch-1 sp of rnd 3 below, sc 1 in each of next 6 tr, sc 3 in ch-2 sp at corner, sc 1 in each of next 6 tr, dc 1 in ch-1 sp of rnd 3 below, ss in ch-1 at beg of rnd.

Round 6:  Ch 3, dc 1 in each next 13 sts, tr 1 in corner sc, *dc 1 in each of next 23 sc, tr 1 in corner sc*,rep *…* around, then, dc 1 in each sc to beg of rnd, sl st in 3rd ch of ch-3, fasten off.

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What can I make with the Three Color Square?


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Blankets, scarves, cowls, pillow covers, and just about anything you can think of!

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Fuzzy Bee Winterset | Free Crochet Pattern | Stardust Gold Crochet

The Fuzzy Bee 🐝 WinterSet was born out of this beautiful yarn that I found at Hobby Lobby called Tender Touch (which happens to be on sale today, but dang, they are sold out of a lot of colors, so maybe head to the local store nearby?)

I wanted to design a set where each aspect (beanie, hand warmers, cowl) use up 1 skein of yarn! It worked out perfectly (almost!) 🀏, so you will need 4 skeins total. I am absolutely in love with this set. They are created using basic stitches with a beautiful textured striped accent.

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A little bit about the yarn…

Hobby Lobby Tender Touch is a bulky (5) weight yarn, and comes in all sorts of colors, including soft blues, pinks, browns & gray’s. There are so many to choose from. This yarn has been around for a while and I don’t think it’s going anywhere, but just in case, I will post below some great yarn subs!

Yarn subs…

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A little note about how this pattern is written…

The Beanie:

The brim is worked first, joined, then worked in rounds to top and sewn together. Add a pom pom as you want.

The Hand Warmers:

These are worked in the round, top down, with thumbs added afterwards.

The Cowl:

The cowl is worked flat in rows and buttons attached.

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Fuzzy Bee Handwarmers – created with Scarfie Yarn

+ Materials:


Suggested Yarn:

Yarn used in sample is Yarn Bee Tender Touch in Suede

Suggested Yarn Details:

100% Acrylic- 3 oz, 135 yds per skein.

Care: see label for instructions.

Yardage Needed: 407 yards (a little over 3 skeins)

Hook Size: 6.5 mm

Measuring tape

Scissors

Darning Needle

Buttons – I got a bag from Michael’s

Yarn Substitution:

Any 5 weight or similar see yarn subs here.


+ Abbreviations:


fsc foundation single crochet
dc double crochet
hdc half double crochet
FPdc front post double crochet
FPtr front post treble crochet
blo back loop only
rep repeat
beg. beginning
sl st slip stitch
st(s) stitch(es)
ch(s) chains(s)
ea each
rnd round
*…* rep instructions between asterisk however many times indicated.

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+ Stitch guide:


Stitches in pink are clickable links to a tutorial on how to create the stitch.

sc – single crochet

insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up a loop, yo draw through both loops on hook.

dc – double crochet

yo, insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up a loop, *yo, draw through 2 loops* – rep from * to * until you have one loop left on the hook.

Special Stitches:

fsc – foundation single crochet

create a slip knot.  ch 2, insert hook in 1st chain.  yo, draw up a loop.  ch 1, yo, draw through both loops on hook.  (2nd st) insert hook in bottom two loops of ch 1.  yo, draw up a loop, ch 1, yo, draw through both loops (2 fsc created).

FPdc – front post double crochet

yo once, insert hook in indicated st (from front to back and out the front again).  *yo and draw through two loops* – rep *…* until only one loop on hook remains on hook.

FPtr – front post treble crochet

yo 2 times, insert hook around indicated st (from front to back and out the front again).  *yo and draw through two loops* – rep *…* until only one loop on hook remains on hook.

Surface Stitch – Please see this video tutorial for help with this stitch

Fuzzy Bee Winterset

+ Pattern Notes – Please Read


  • Beanie is constructed by working the brim first, then working in the round, with turns.
  • Mittens are worked in the round; thumb is added later.
  • See pattern for where to place first st, if not mentioned in pattern, it is made in same as ch.
  • Always skip stitch behind front post stitchess, unless otherwise indicated.
  • Sizing is written in pattern as follows: (S, M, L, XL)

Tips:  You don’t have to work super tight, make sure you meet the gauge. Some of my testers ended up using more yarn than I did, and I’m not super sure why? πŸ™ƒ

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Fuzzy Bee Winterset

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+Skill Level


Beginner to Easy


+ Pattern:


with 6.5 mm hook… using Yarn bee tender touch in suede

Brim:

Row 1: Ch 6, sc 1 in 2nd ch from hook and in st ch across – 5 sc.

Row 2: Ch 1, turn, sc 1 in first sc, sc 1 (blo) in next 3 sts, sc 1 in last st – 5 sc.

Row 3 – 54, 56, 58, 60: repeat row 2, or until it measures (18, 19, 20, 22)”

Join ends with sl st in back loop of front piece and front loop of back piece.

Top of Beanie:

Rnd 1: Ch 1, sc 1 in ea end of row around – 54, 56, 58, 60 sc.

Rnd 2: Ch 2, dc 1 in ea st around, join in first dc – 54, 56, 58, 60 dc.

Rnd 3: Ch 2, *FPdc1, BPdc1* rep *…* around, join in first st, join in first st – 54, 56, 58, 60 sts.

Rnd 4 – X:  Repeat rnd 3 until beanies measures 7, 7.5, 8-8.5, 9” from brim to last row completed.

Tie off leaving a 12” tail for sewing. Flip inside out, and bring together the top portion, sewing all into the center. Leave addition tail for attaching Pom.

(Beanie uses approx. 1 skein plus a tad extra)

Surface stitch where brim meets top of beanie. With RS out, insert hook with sl st attached from bottom to top. Surface stitch around in each hole created by row 1 of sc.

Tie off and weave in tails.

Hand warmers (one size):

Round 1: fsc 20, join in back loop of first fsc – 20 fsc.

Round 2:  Ch 1, sc 1 (blo) in same as ch 1, (mark first sc), sc 1 (blo) in ea st around, join in ch 1 – 20sc.

Round 3:  Repeat 2.

Round 4:  Ch 1, *dc 1 in front loop of round 2, sk 1 st behind st just created, sc 1 (blo) in next st*, rep *…* around, join in ch 1 – 20 sts.

Round 5:  Ch 1, *FPdc 1 around FPdc, sc 1 (blo) in next st*, rep *…* around, join with sl st in ch 1 – 20 sts.

Round 6, 7, 8:  Repeat Round 5.

Round 9 (left hand):  Ch 1, *FPdc 1 around FPdc**, sc 1 (blo) in next st*, rep *…* around, ending rep at ** in the 15th st, ch 3, sk 3 sts, FPdc 1 in next st, sc 1 (blo) in last st, join with sl st in ch 1 – 17 sts, (1) ch-3.

Round 9 (right hand):  Ch 1, FPdc 1 around FPdc, sc 1 (blo) in next st, ch 3, sk 3 sts, sc 1 (blo) in next st, *FPdc 1, sc 1 (blo)*, rep *…* around, join with sl st in ch 1 – 17 sts, 1 ch-3.

Round 10 (left hand):  Ch 1, *FPdc 1 around FPdc**, sc 1 (blo) in next st*, rep *…* around, ending rep at ** in the 15th st, sc 1 (blo) in next 3 ch’s, FPdc 1 in next st, sc 1 (blo) in last st, join with sl st in ch 1 – 20 sts.

Round 10 (right hand):  Ch 1, FPdc 1 around FPdc, sc 1 in back loop in next 5 sts, *FPdc 1, sc 1 (blo), * rep *…* around, join in ch 1 – 20 sts.

Round 11 (left hand):  Ch 1, *FPdc 1 around FPdc, sc 1 in back loop in next st*, rep *…* around, ending rep at ** in the 16th st, FPdc 1 around next sc, sc 1 (blo) in next st, FPdc 1 around next FPdc, sc 1 (blo) in last st, join with sl st in ch 1 – 20 sts.

Round 11 (right hand):  Ch 1, FPdc 1 around FPdc, sc 1 in back loop in next st, *FPdc 1 around next sc, sc 1 (blo) in next sc* (2 times), FPdc 1 around next sc, sc 1 (blo) in next st*, rep *…* around, join with sl st in ch 1 – 20 sts.

Rounds 12 – 19:  Repeat round 5.

Round 19:  Ch 1, hdc 1 in ea st around, join in ch 1 with a sl st – 20 hdc.

Round 20:  Ch 1, hdc 1 in ea st around, join in ch 1 – 20 hdc.

Cut tie off, run a simple stitch along the line between Round 1 and Round 2.

Thumbs (optional):  Turn inside out, attach yarn in any stitch around thumb hole.

Row 1: Ch 1, sc 1 in each st around (I had 11 sc), join in first sc – 11 sc.

Row 2: Repeat row 1 in back loop only, don’t join, mark last completed sc – 11 sc.

Row 3 – 4: Begin working in the round, no joins, sc 1 (blo) around until thumb is desired height, tie off, weave in tails, flip right side out.

Cowl:

Row 1: fsc 19

Row 2:  Ch 2, (ch does not count as st), turn, dc 1 (blo) in each st across – 19 sts.

Row 3:  Ch 3 (ch 3 counts as st), turn, *FPdc 1 around next dc below, sk st behind FPdc, dc 1 (blo) in next st*, rep from *…* across, ea st across – 19 sts.

Row 4:  Ch 2, (ch does not count as st). turn, dc 1 (blo) in each st across, making last dc in top of ch from prev row – 19 sts.

Row 5:  Ch 2 (counts as ch 1 and a 1 st), turn, *FPtr 1 around FPdc from row 3, sk st behind FPtr, sc 1 (blo) in next st*, rep *…* to end – 19 sts.

Row 6 – 47: Rep rows 4 & 5.

Row 48 (buttonholes row):

Ch 2, turn, dc 1 (blo) in ea of next 3 sts, ch 1, sk 1, *dc 1 in ea of next 5 sts (blo), ch 1, sk 1* (two times), dc 1 (blo) in each of next 2 sts, and dc 1 in t-ch. – 16 dc, 3 ch-1’s.

Row 49: (remember to sk sts behind FP stitches)

Ch 2, turn, FPtr 1 around FPtr from row 47, sc 1 (blo) in next dc, **sc 1 (blo) of ch 1, sc 1 (blo) in next dc, *FPtr 1 around FPtr from row 47, sc 1 (blo) in next dc* (two times) rep from ** once more, sc 1 (blo) of ch 1, sc 1 (blo) in next dc, FPtr 1 around FPtr from row 47, sc 1 (blo) in next dc – 19 sts.

I was trying to keep this a 3-skein project, but just barely made it.

Row 50: Ch 1, turn, sc 1 in each st across and 1 sc in second ch of ch-2 – 19 sc.

Cut, tie off, weave in all tails.

Attach buttons on opposite side, line them up with the buttonholes.

Congratulations! You’re Finished!

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Coronet Lace Trim Tutorial | Beginner Crochet Video Tutorial | Stitch Explorers Series

Hi everyone! πŸ‘‹πŸΌ Welcome to Stitch Explorers! We are switching up today and going to work a trim! πŸ˜ƒ I absolutely love the look of this trim, it has a classic look that would be wonderful on a table runner, the lining for a bohemian top, or a nice lace for purse or clutch.

I choose this trim today because it is a *very* easy 🀲, comprised of the three basic stitches, single crochet, double crochet & treble crochet, along with a few slip stitches in there. This is a great way if you are a beginner or even a bit advanced to hone your skills and provide some inspiration too!

I don’t know about you, but I love πŸ₯° learning new ways to crochet. Sometimes when I work a new stitch pattern, it gives me ideas on coming up with brand new stitch patterns to incorporate into my designs. Simply by learning new turns in the middle of a row, or different ways to create picots.

I was terrified 😨 of picots, but I love the way they look! This coronet lace trim will be perfect for those home decor projects, and even make a beautiful curtain tie back!

For the tutorial I used Scheepjes Stone-Washed DK in color 801.

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Coronet Lace Trim


+ Abbreviations


sc single crochet
dc double crochet
trtreble crochet
ch (s)chain (s)
skskip
sl stslip stitch
yoyarn over
st(s)stitch(es)
* … *repeat from * to * as many times indicated

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Colored stitches are clickable and will take you to the video tutorial.

sc – single crochet

insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up a loop, yo draw through both loops on hook.

dc – double crochet

yo, insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up a loop, *yo, draw through 2 loops* – repeat from * to * until you have one loop left on the hook.

tr – treble crochet

yo twice, insert hook in indicated st.Β  yo, draw up a loop, *yo, draw through 2 loops* repeat from * to * 3 times.

sl st – slip stitch

insert hook in indicated ch/st, yo, pull through all loops on hook.

notes:

  • Pattern is worked in rows
  • Pattern works in multiples of 7 sts + 1

+ Pattern:


For this tutorial I used I Scheepjes Stone Washed (DK) in color 801

Chain any multiple of 7 sts + 1

Row 1sc 1 in 2nd ch from hook, sc 1 in each of net 5 chs, *ch 7, turn, sk 5 sc, sc 1 in next sc, turn, (sc 6, ch 5, sc 6) in ch-7 sp, sc 1 in each of next 7 foundation ch*, rep from *…*, ending with 1 sc in last foundation ch, turn.

Row 2ch 4, turn, sk first sc, *sk next 6 sc, (dc 1, ch 3, ss 1 in first of the ch 3 just created) 4 times in ch-5 loop, dc 1 in same ch-5 loop, sk 6 sc, tr 1 in next sc*, rep from *…* to end, working last tr in ch 1, fasten off.

Attaching your trim to a finished piece.

  • Using a hook and your yarn, line up pieces, slip stitch together or…
  • Using a darning needle and thread, work through both pieces to attach, working through one loop on each piece which will give it a nice edge or…
  • Join pieces using a surface stitch to create a nice border.

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