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« on: August 17, 2014 11:13:18 AM »

A Bath Mat for Simone

Clara and Simone are dolls approximately l11 in height.  In the HP Craftalong, my daughter and I have been crafting for these dolls.  She made a beautiful bed, mattress, sheets, pillows and cases, as well as throw pillows.  I made clothes for Clara and an afghan for Simone.  It is time for both girls to have a throw rug either for the bath or bedside.  

                    
Supplies needed:
   A crochet hook (I used an H for the white mat and a C for the pink one)

   Crochet thread (I used Peaches and Cream 100% cotton for weaving for the white mat)
   A yarn needle (to weave ends in)
   Scissors

Instructions:

Foundation:  ch 9

R1:  sc twice in the second ch from your hook(counts as 3 sc); sc in next 5 chains; 3 sc in next chain (the turn around); sc in other side of the 5 remaining ch; join with slip stitch into top of ch2 (9th chain) (18 stitches)


R2:  ch 1; sc in same stitch(counts as 2 stitches); 2 sc in next stitch; sc in next 6 stitches2 sc in each of next 4 stitches (makes turn around); sc in next 4 stitches; 2 sc in each of next 2 stitches; join with slip stitch into top of ch (26 stitches)


R3:  ch 3 (counts as dc + ch); *dc in next stitch; ch*; repeat from * to end of row; join with slip stitch into 2nd ch of ch 3 (52 stitches)

R4:  ch 1; sc in each dc and ch around mat to end; join (52 stitches)

R5:  ch 1; sc in each stitch around mat to end; join (52 stitches)

Finishing:
 Cut thread off spool and weave ends in using yarn needle.  Steam flat.
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