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« on: September 20, 2008 06:50:07 PM »

ok so i was wondering etsy and it made me want to just randomly crochet and this is what i came up with

i am testing this pattern so if anyone wants to make one tell me how it comes out

ch 4 slst in 1st ch to form ring

ch2 in the ring 11 dc slst in 2nd stitch of 2ch to join and form ring

ch 2. in 1st dc, 2 dc then ch 1. in next dc, do 3dc + ch 1 in each after slst to join (you should have the 2ch and 25 dc and 12 ch)

ch 4 slst in 1st chain made after 2 dc from last row. ch 3 slst in next ch space repeat till you do it around slst in 1st chain to for this round

ch2 3dc in 3ch space, ch 2 4dc in next 3ch space *ch1 sc in next 3 ch space ch 1 4 dc in next 3ch space ch2 4 dc in next 3ch space*  repeat * 3 times (it should look squarish now) slst to join

ch 2 1dc in each space with corners having 2 dc ch 2 and 2 dc for a total of 15dc each side

and done!

hopefully that wasnt too confusing!

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« Reply #1 on: September 20, 2008 07:18:55 PM »

I don't know how to read patterns yet but I like the color and the pattern...
I say you make a whole lot more. It would make a really nice lightweight blankie I think...

« Reply #2 on: September 20, 2008 07:26:55 PM »

I don't know how to read patterns yet but I like the color and the pattern...
I say you make a whole lot more. It would make a really nice lightweight blankie I think...

the yarn is red heart designer sport in pistachio i actually got it cause i want to join the tulip throw cal heh the yarn seems very nice so far very soft and smooth. i had to work it from the out side though not sure if thats how they all are or not since it's my 1st time using this yarn.

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