Showing posts with label worsted cotton crochet pattern. Show all posts
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Monday, August 5, 2019

Rustic Dinner Scarf

A free Crochet Pattern 



It's still pretty hot where I live so I have been using my cotton yarn a lot. I love working with cotton when it is hot. How about you? I have some table decor patterns to share with you. This one and a knit version will be coming soon. 


I have a really large table. We bought it when we moved through the Home Depot website. They had free shipping so we knew the table would be waiting for us at our new house. We did not realize just how large it was. Just the table top without the legs was 250 lbs! Don't get me wrong once we got it up the stairs we have loved it. With it being so large the tablecloths that I had already didn't fit, so I have been making table scarves and mats to use instead. 

I wanted something that had texture and lace combined and I'm really pleased. I hope you enjoy the pattern too. 




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Designer: Julia Schwartz

Yarn: Lion Brand Yarn comfy cotton blend yarn, size 3, 50% cotton 50% polyester, 7 oz /200 g, color stained glass, 392 yrds

Hook: G/6 4.25 mm

Notions: Tapestry needle

Size: 10 by 25 inches

Gauge: 15 hdc x 11 rows = 4 inches

Stitches Used: Ch, sl st (slip stitch), sc (single crochet), hdc (half double crochet), fpdc (front post double crochet), sp (space)

Copyright:

Julia Schwartz. Do not reproduce, copy, distribute, or sell this pattern without permission of the designer. This pattern must not be translated, reproduced, or circulated in another language without prior consent. If you have questions about this pattern please contact Julia.diligence@gmail.com.




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Instructions

Row 1: Ch 26, hdc in 2nd ch from the hook, hdc in each ch. (25 hdc)

Row 2: Ch 1 (d0es not count as a stitch), turn, hdc in each stitch. (25 hdc)

Row 3: Ch 1, turn, hdc in the next 4 sts, fpdc around the 7th stitch of row 2, sk 1 st, hdc in the next st, fpdc around the 5th stitch of row 2 (crossing over the last fpdc), sk 1 st, hdc in the next 4 sts, fpdc around the 14th stitch of row 2, sk 1 st, hdc in the next st, fpdc around the 12th stitch of row 2 (crossing over the last fpdc), sk 1 st, hdc in the next 4 sts, fpdc around the 21st stitch of row 2, sk 1 st, hdc in the next st, fpdc around the 16th stitch of row 2 (crossing over the last fpdc), sk 1 st, hdc in the last 4 sts. (19 hdc, 6 fpdc)

Row 4: Ch 1, turn, hdc in each stitch. (25 hdc)

Row 5: Ch 1, turn, hdc in the next 3 sts, {fpdc around fpdc of previous row, sk 1 st, hdc in the next 3 sts, fpdc around the fpdc of previous row, sk 1 st, hdc in the next 2 sts} repeat {to} 2 xs, hdc in the last st. (19 hdc, 6 fpdc)

Row 6: Ch 1, turn, hdc in each stitch. (25 hdc)

Row 7: Ch 1, turn, hdc in the first 2 hdc, fpdc around fpdc of previous row, sk 1 st, {hdc in the next 5 sts, fpdc around fpdc, fpdc around fpdc, sk 2 sts} repeat 1x, hdc in the next 5 sts, fpdc around fpdc of previous row, sk 1 st, hdc in the last 2 sts. (19 hdc, 6 fpdc)

Row 8: Ch 1, turn, hdc in each stitch. (25 hdc)

Row 9: Ch 1, turn, hdc in the first 2 hdc, fpdc around fpdc of previous row, sk 1 st, {hdc in the next 5 sts, fpdc around 2nd fpdc, fpdc around 1st fpdc (crossover made), sk 2 sts} repeat 1x, hdc in the next 5 sts, fpdc around fpdc of previous row, sk 1 st, hdc in the last 2 sts. (19 hdc, 6 fpdc)

Row 10: Ch 1, turn, hdc in each stitch. (25 hdc)

Row 11: Ch 1, turn, hdc in the next 3 sts, {fpdc around fpdc of previous row, sk 1 st, hdc in the next 3 sts, fpdc around the fpdc of previous row, sk 1 st, hdc in the next 2 sts} repeat {to} 2 xs, hdc in the last st. (19 hdc, 6 fpdc)

Row 12: Ch 1, turn, hdc in each stitch. (25 hdc)

Row 13: Ch 1, turn, {hdc in the next 4 sts, fpdc around fpdc, sk 1 st, hdc in the next st, fpdc around fpdc, sk 1 st} repeat 2xs , hdc in the last 4 sts, (19 hdc, 6 fpdc)

Row 14: Ch 1, turn, hdc in each stitch. (25 hdc)

Row 15: Ch 1, turn, Ch 1, turn, {hdc in the next 4 sts, fpdc around 2nd fpdc, sk 1 st, hdc in the next st, fpdc around 2nd fpdc (crossover made), sk 1 st} repeat 2xs , hdc in the last 4 sts, (19 hdc, 6 fpdc)

Row 16: Ch 1, turn, hdc in each stitch. (25 hdc)

Repeat rows 5 through 16 4 xs or until you have reached your desired length.

Finnish off.

Edging:

Round 1: Starting at any corner with right side facing up, ch 6 (1st ch 3 counts as 1st dc), 2 dc in starting st, sk 2 sts, {(dc, ch 3, dc) in next st, continue making (dc, ch 3, dc) evenly spaced across the side (model shown has 24 “v” stitches along the long side, and 6 on the short sides), ( 2 dc, ch 3, 2dc) in the corner space} repeat {to} 2xs, for the last side (dc, ch 3, dc) evenly spaced to the corner, dc in the corner, sl st into the starting dc.


Round 2: Sl st into ch 3 sp, ch 6, 2 dc in the same ch sp, {ch 3, sk 1 dc, sc in next dc, (ch 3, sc in the next ch 3 sp), repeat (to) to the next corner, ch 3, sc in the first dc of the (2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc), ch 3, (2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc) in the corner sp} repeat {to} 2 xs, ch 3, sk 1 dc, sc in next dc, (ch 3, sc in the next ch 3 sp), repeat (to) to the next corner, ch 3, sc in the first dc of the (2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc), ch 3, dc in the first ch sp, sl stitch into first dc.

Round 3: sl st into ch 3 sp, ch 6, 2 dc in same sp, {(ch 3, sc in next ch 3 sp) repeat (to) to the corner sp, (2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc) in the corner sp}, repeat 2xs, (ch 3, sc in next ch 3 sp) repeat (to) to the corner sp, dc in the first corner sp, sl st into the starting dc.

Finish off.

Weave in your ends.



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Tuesday, February 13, 2018

A Tisket A Tasket Basket

A Free Crochet Pattern


As you can see from the picture above I was meaning to have this pattern out before Christmas, my design schedule changed when I made the Etching Scarf Pattern. I think this date will be better anyway.

Easter is only a couple of months away. Do you like to make Easter baskets for your loved ones? I have made a few different ones. I made a really sturdy one with fabric strips and I have made a coil basket with thread and t-shirt yarn.

I really like this basket, because it looks so much like a woven basket. The tunisian seed stitch is the perfect look for a woven basket. I paired the basket with the attached i-cord edging to give it a modern streamlined look.

If this pattern looks a little hard for you. Don't forget that I have a practice pattern available for this basket. the A Trisket A Tasket Dishcloth will help you go through all the stitches need to make the basket.

This basket is easy to adjust in size. If you want a bigger basket I would suggest switching to a Tunisian hook. The math for making it bigger would be the width of stitches plus 20. So if you want a basket that is 30 stitches wide, You will want to make the pattern 50 rows tall. Do you see what I am saying? I'm sure that it will make more sense when you read through the pattern.

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Designer: Julia Schwartz
Yarn: worsted cotton yarn 2 colors 1 skein of the main color and scraps of the second color.
Hook: H/8 5mm
Notions: tapestry needle, cable needle
Size: 4 by 4 by 4 inches
Gauge: 13 sc and 14 rows (not really needed for this pattern)

Special Stitches: 
 • TPS: (forward pass) Place yarn in front of your work, insert your hook into the left vertical bar of the st below, yo and pull your yarn through.
 (Return pass): follow instructions in the pattern.
• TKS: (Forward pass)working with the yarn behind your work, insert your hook between the vertical bars below the horizontal bars in the st below, yo, pull the yarn through, keep your loop on the hook.
(Return pass): follow instructions in the pattern.

Notes: If you want to make just the dishcloth follow the pattern and finish off at row 15. Then follow the instructions for the attached I-cord.

Copyright: 
Julia Schwartz. Do not reproduce, copy, distribute, or sell this pattern without permission of the designer. This pattern must not be translated, reproduced, or circulated in another language without prior consent. If you have questions about this pattern please contact Julia.diligence@gmail.com.


Pattern:
Row 1: ch 15, insert hook into each ch and pull up a loop for a total of 15 loops on the hook,
return pass: yo, pull through 1 loop, (yo, pull through 2 loops) repeat (to) until you have 1 loop left.

Row 2: Forward pass: (tks, tps) repeat (to) for 15 stitches
 return pass: yo, pull through 1 loop, (yo, pull through 2 loops) repeat (to) until you have 1 loop left.

Row 3: Forward pass: (tps, tks) repeat (to) for 15 stitches
return pass: yo, pull through 1 loop, (yo, pull through 2 loops) repeat (to) until you have 1 loop left.

Row 4-35: Repeat rows 2 and 3




Sides of the basket (repeat instructions on both sides) 

Row 1: working down the long side of the fabric with the right side facing up, skip 10 rows, sl st into the next st, bring up a loop from the next 14 sts for a total of 15 loops on the hook 
Return pass: return pass: yo, pull through 1 loop, (yo, pull through 2 loops) repeat (to) until you have 1 loop left. 

Repeat pattern rows 2 and 3 for a total of 10 rows. 
Finish off.

Wip stich the 4 side corners together. 

Attached I-cord Edging 

With a new color, make a slip knot, ch 3, pull up a loop in each ch, insert the hook in a corner st, yo and pull up a loop for a total of 4 loops on the hook, {take the back 3 loops off the hook and put them on the cable needle, (yo and pull through one loop on the hook, take the next st off the cable needle and onto your hook) repeat (to) 2 times, take the last loop off the cable needle, place the loop on the hook, insert the hook into the next st of dishcloth, yo and pull through, yo and pull through 2 loops}

You should have 4 loops on your hook again.

Repeat {to} for a total of 19 stitches.

Regular I-cord handles 
Take the back 3 loops off the hook and put them on the cable needle, (yo and pull through one loop on the hook, take the next st off the cable needle and onto your hook) repeat (to) 3 times
Make 8 to 10 stitches

Go back to the attached I-cord edging for 23 stitches 

Make 8 to 10 stitches for the I- cord handles
Make 4 stitches for the attached I cord edging

To finish off, yo and pull through all 4 loops, sl st into the starting ch of the edging.
Finish off.
Weave in your ends.


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