Showing posts with label granny square. Show all posts
Showing posts with label granny square. Show all posts

Monday, March 15, 2021

Crochet Squares Round Up - plus DK yarn recommendations

 The 'Sol Square' is proving to be very popular, so I thought I would do a round-up of all the squares I currently have on offer. This post does contain affiliate links

Some of these squares match, some don't! Some could be modified slightly to fit with others, by adding or subtracting a row or two. That's the beauty of crochet - make it your own!

The Sol Square has been made in a worsted weight yarn, but all the others are in a DK - which is my go-to yarn. There's no reason the Sol Square can't be made in DK either - it'll just work out a little smaller. I've included a few recommendations with links - which can also be helpful for yarn substitution. If you are Australian, you might think of DK as 8ply. It can also be classified as #3 Light.

Coboo - A cotton bamboo blend that comes in 18 colours, and is beautifully soft and light. 


Mandala Yarn - An Acrylic yarn  that comes in many gradients 

Ice Cream Yarn - a soft Acrylic yarn in 12 colours ideal for baby and kids. Icecream is very similar to Mandala, but the colours repeat throughout. 


Paintbox Yarns Cotton DK - available in 56 shades

Paintbox Simply DK - available in 49 shades


And now for the squares: 


First up - the Sol Square. This one is part of the Friendship CAL and you can find the post here.
Let me know if you've made one already! 


Nebula Square is a bit smaller and simpler - but can be used to create a beautiful effect using variegated yarn - like Lionbrand Ice cream! 


Berirlee Square - Yes, I am a little bit obsessed with squares that start with a circle! 


the 'Big Circle Grannies' were first made to meet a donation request.


Celestial Square work with the Nebula Square, to create a little bit of texture. 


Dahlia Pinnata is a beautiful floral square. 


Good Old Grannies - if you want to go down the classic route. 



Thank you for reading,

Happy Crocheting!


Emma



Monday, February 22, 2021

Sol Square: the Friendship Blanket CAL




 The Sol Square is part of the 2021 Friendship blanket CAL

This awesome CAL is hosted by Helen from Sunflower Cottage Crochet and is a collaboration of 25 designers, where each designer designed a square (or two) for this blanket.
How does the CAL work?
The CAL began on January 15th and will end on April 18th. A new square will be released every week on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday at 9 am GMT. Some of the squares will be available for download as a PDF with a coupon code that will be provided, and some will be available as a blog post. (Designer’s choice!)
All squares are made with an Aran/Worsted (#4) weight yarn.


(Ravelry Link)





The Sol square is a combination of many stitches, including puff stitches for texture! I was inspired by the sunflowers of the Sunflower cottage. 



Don’t want to wait?
If you don’t want to wait for each square to be released, or prefer your patterns organized together, you can get a bundle for all 40 squares patterns for only $10 (US) (only 25 cents per pattern)!
 

Keep reading for the free pattern. I have also provided an ad-free, premium PDF that is available to buy on Ravelry and will be uploaded to Etsy and Love Crochet as soon as possible (post will be updated once that has been completed) This paid version contains a chart. 
For the duration of the CAL, this PDF will be free to download on Ravelry -using the code: Squares
Code is case sensitive, but please get in contact if the code is not working for you. Crochetaheart@hotmail.com 



Abbreviations (US terminology):

ch -           chain
sc –          single crochet
dc –  double crochet
hdc – half double crochet
hdcV –    half double V stitch
ps – puff stitch
sl st - slip stitch
sp/s – space/s
st/s – stitch/es
rep – repeat
( ) – indicate stitches worked in same st or sp
* * and [ ] – indicate section to be repeated
BLO – back loop only

Special Stitches (detailed at the end of the pattern)
hdcV
shell 
corner shell
puff stitch
standing sc (stsc)
standing dc (stdc)
standing hdc (sthdc)
magic ring




Materials:

Yarn: Any #4 worsted weight. Total used: 30g

Hook: US H (5.0 mm)
Notions: yarn needle
Gauge: 6 rows x 15 sts (dc) = 4 inches
Size:
9 inches
Skill level: Adventurous beginner

#friendshipblanket21

Pattern notes:

The pattern worked in rounds.
The pattern is written with a standing stitch and colour change at the start of each round. Standing stitches can be replaced with a starting chain, or preferred alternate method. 






Make a magic ring
Round 1: Ch 3 (counts as dc) 11dc, sl st to 3rd ch. (12dc)
Round 2: (stsc, 1ch) in any st, (1sc, 1ch) in each st around, sl st to stsc. (12sc, 12ch)
Round 3: (stsc, 2ch) in any ch-sp, (sc, 2ch) in next sp, and every ch-sp around, slst to stsc. (12sc, 24ch)
Round 4: (sthdc, 1ch, hdc, 1ch) in any ch-sp, (hdcV, 1ch) in next ch-sp, and every sp around, .(12 hdcV, 12ch)



Round 5: Ch 2 (not counted as st) (ps, 3ch) in ch-sp of any hdcV, *sk next ch-sp (ps, 3ch) in next ch-sp, rep from * around (12 ps, 36 ch)
Round 6: (stdc, 3dc, 1ch) in any ch-3 sp, (4dc, 1ch) in next ch-3 sp and every sp around. (48 dc, 12ch)
Round 7: (stdc, dc, 3ch, 2dc, 1ch) in any ch sp, *[(shell, 1ch) in next ch] twice, 1ch, corner shell, 1ch, rep from * twice, [shell, 1ch] twice. (8 shell, 4 corner shell, 12 ch)
 
 
 
 
 
 
Round 8: (stdc, dc) in any ch-3 sp, *BLOdc in each st and ch to next ch-3 sp, (2dc, 2ch, 2dc) in ch-3 sp, rep from * twice, *BLOdc in each st and ch to next ch-3 sp, (2dc, 2ch) in ch-3 sp, slst to stdc. (100dc, 8ch)
Round 9: (stdc, dc) in any ch-2 sp, *BLOdc in each st and ch to next ch-2 sp, (2dc, 2ch, 2dc) in ch-2 sp, rep from * twice, *BLOdc in each st and ch to next ch-2 sp, (2dc, 2ch) in ch-2 sp, slst to stdc. (116dc, 8ch)


Special Stitches

hdcV:  (hdc, 1ch, hdc) worked in same sp

Shell: (2dc, 1ch, 2dc) worked in same sp

Corner shell: (2dc, 3ch, 2dc) worked in same sp

Puff stitch: [yo, insert the hook in stitch, yo, pull up loop] 3 times in same st, yo, pull through all 7 loops on hook.

Standing sc (stsc): yo, insert hook in st, yo, pull up loop, yo, pull through 2 loops on hook

Standing dc (stdc): yo twice, insert hook in st, yo, pull up loop, [yo, pull through 2 loops on hook] twice

Standing hdc (sthdc): yo twice, insert hook in st, yo, pull up loop, yo, pull through 3 loops on hook. 


Stdc tutorial: can be found here.

Magic ring tutorial: can be found here.


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Happy Crocheting 


Emma. 


Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Good Old Granny Squares




August 15th is Granny Square Day - and this year, I'm going back to basics. After trial and error, I now have my own preferred method - and I thought it would be good to write it down and share it with you today. 
Classic granny square, that can be used as an afghan block, component, extended into a large continuous blanket, or in any way you need a granny square!

Some fun ways to use the classic Granny Squares are to make Lovies - shown below is Kirra Lovey and Lambie and Llamie.




I have included an explanation why I do it the way I do. - but feel free to experiment and see what you like best. for example - I never turn my granny squares, but if it's something you like to try or something you already know you prefer, then please feel free to do so. Some people find it results in a straighter square.

Ok, lets get into it!

As usual, I use US terms. Photos use a 4.5 mm hook and dk weight yarn. This pattern works for any weight yarn, but make sure you use an appropriate hook. You can change colours after each round, or continue with the same yarn. Grab a paintbox 5 pack if you can't decide on colours 

I refer to '3dc' as a cluster in this tutorial.

So first step is to make a magic ring. You can follow this tutorial, or use your own preferred method. If you arent a fan of magic rings, a chain of 4, joined with a slip stitch will also work. The first row is all worked into the ring, then closed and secured at the end. 


R1: 3ch (counts as dc throughout) dc, ch 2, *3dc, ch 2, rep from *3 times; dc, sl st to 1st st, sl st to 1st ch-2 sp… (12 dc, 8ch)




  • I like to put the 'first' dc at the end. Having the chain in the middle of the cluster hides it a bit better - it's less obvious that it's a chain. And it's as close to the corner as possible. 
  • Why two slip stitches? I think it's a nicer join to sl st to the top of the first stitch (not the chain) and the second slip stitch means you are starting in the corner.

R2: (3ch, dc, ch 2, 3dc) in same ch-2 sp, *(ch, 3dc, 2ch, 3dc) in next ch-2 sp, rep from * 3 times; ch, dc in 1st ch-2 sp,  sl st to 1st st, sl st to 1st ch-2 sp ….(24 dc, 12 ch)



R3: (3ch, dc, ch 2, 3dc) in same ch-2 sp, *(ch, 3dc) in next ch-1 sp, (ch, 3dc, 2ch, 3dc) in next ch-2 sp, rep from * 3 times, (ch, 3dc) in next ch-1 sp, ch, dc in 1st ch-2 sp,  sl st to 1st st, sl st to 1st ch-2 sp… (36 tr, 16 ch)

  • Having a chain space between the non-corner clusters is also a personal choice. I think for beginners it's a very good method - 2 chains is a corner, 1 chain is a regular space. 
  • Strictly speaking - every round from now on will be the same as round three, but with the addition of an extra cluster on each side - 4 per round. 
  • Every corner space (2 chains) will contain a corner cluster of ch, 3dc, 2ch, 3dc. Every ch-1 space will contain (ch, 3dc) 





Rows 4 and 5 will read like:

R4: (3ch, dc, ch 2, 3dc) in same ch-2 sp, *(ch, 3dc) in next ch-1 sp, twice, (ch, 3dc, 2ch, 3dc) in next ch-2 sp, rep from * 3 times, (ch, 3dc) in next ch-1 sp, twice, ch, dc in 1st ch-2 sp,  sl st to 1st st, sl st to 1st ch-2 sp…(48 tr, 20 ch)



R5: (3ch, dc ch 2, 3dc) in same ch-2 sp, *(ch, 3dc) in next ch-1 sp, 3 times, (ch, 3dc, 2ch, 3dc) in next ch-2 sp, rep from * 3 times, (ch, 3dc) in next ch-1 sp, 3 times, ch, dc in 1st ch-2 sp, sl st to 1st st, sl st to 1st ch-2 sp…(60 tr, 24 ch)


Continue your square as big as you like! Just follow the rule of the corner cluster in ch-2 sp, and every ch-1 sp contains a single cluster of stitches. 


I hope you enjoyed my pattern and explanation. 

If you would like to continue on to some Granny Square variations, here are some suggestions:



As usual: No restrictions are placed on finished items made with this pattern, however, the pattern may not be resold or copied in any form. Pictures remain the property of Emma Wilkinson Designs

Thursday, August 15, 2019

Granny Square Day!

Today is Granny Square Day! It's an event that takes place on Instagram. The idea is to create a virtual blanket, by lots of people filling up their photo square with a granny square. When you view the hashtag, you should see a sea of granny squares! Over the last few days, I have begun posting my crazy daisy pattern, which you can find here. The full pattern is being slowly added to the post.




If you'd like to look at some other Granny Square Patterns of mine -








Happy Crocheting!

Emma

Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Granny Square Day 2019,



August 15th is Granny Square Day! And to celebrate - I'm releasing a brand new square pattern. I'll
admit, it's a bit of a crazy design. It's a nice big square, and I think that 4 together could be big enough for a pillow or cushion.
Edit: I've now entered an entry on the Ravelry database for this pattern - Dahlia Pinnata - please consider adding a project!



Please note - the asymmetrical border has not been included in the pattern.

I did block the circle before working on next section




Before we begin - gather your materials.

I am using a 4 mm crochet hook, and raided my stash for this project. The colours I used are:


  • yellow,
  • lime green
  • light pink,
  • dark pink,
  • grass green,
  • aqua,
  • silver green.


I mixed and matched yarn brands, but they are all cotton or cotton blends. Some brands I used are Scheepjes Catona, Ricorumi and Birch cotton. There are minor weight differences, but they have all worked for me.

US terms used. Fasten off each colour after each row.

Part 1: Round Medallion

With YELLOW make a magic ring.
Round 1: Ch 3, 11 dc into ring, secure and sl st to 3rd ch. (12 dc)
Round 2: LIME Standing sc into any st, *ch 2, sk 1 st, sc in next, rep from * around, ch 2, sl st to 1st st. (6 sc, 12 ch)
Round 3: AQUA Standing hdc in any ch-2 sp, ch 2, hdc in same sp, *ch 2, (hdc, ch 2, hdc) in next ch-2 sp, rep from * around, ch 2, sl st to 1st st. (12 hdc, 24 ch)
Round 4: LIGHT PINK Standing trcl in any ch-2 sp, *ch 3, trcl in next ch-2 sp, rep from * around, ch 3 and sl st to 1st st. (12 trcl, 36 ch)
Round 5: DARK PINK Standing trcl in any ch-3 sp, *ch 4, trcl in next ch-3 sp, rep from * around, ch 4 and sl st to 1st st. (12 trcl, 48 ch)


Part 2: Squaring off the circle

Round 6: LIME  (standing dc, 2 dc, 3 ch, 3 dc) in any ch-4 sp, *(ch 1, 4 hdc) in next ch sp, twice, (1 ch 3 dc, 3 ch, 3 dc) in next ch sp, rep from * around, sl st in 1st st. (32 hdc, 24 dc, 24 ch) 
Round 7: GRASS GREEN (standing dc, 2 dc, 3 ch, 3 dc) in any ch-3 sp, *dc in next 17 sts, (3 dc, 3 ch, 3 dc) in next ch-3 sp, rep from * around, sl st in 1st st. (92 dc, 12 ch) 

Part 3 - Leaf Detail

Row 8: Leaf - SILVER GREEN Join yarn to BLO of any corner chain with a sl st - and work following in the BLO of - sc, hdc, 3 dc, 2 hdc, 2 sc (9 sts) sl st into next st; turn your work 180 degrees, and work back into the FLO of the same stitches just worked - 2 sc, 2 hdc, 3 dc, hdc, sc, sl st into corner sp, and continue in the FLO,  2 sc, 2 hdc, 3 dc, hdc, sc, (9 sts) sl st in next st, Turn work 180 degrees and work tin the BLO of stitches just worked, sc, hdc, 3 dc, 2 hdc, 2 sc , and sl st back into corner. Fasten off green 

Row 9: WITH AQUA With the Leaf sitting at the top leaf hand corner, join yarn to the corner at the top right- (Ch 3, 2 dc) in corner sp, ch 1, sk next dc, 15 dc, (last dc will be in same st as leaf sl st) ch 12, dc in corner sp of Row 7, 12 ch, sk 9 sts, dc in same st as leaf sl st, 14 dc, ch 1, (3 dc) in corner sp. (37 dc)




ABBREVIATIONS USED:
Ch - Chain
Sc - single crochet
Dc - double crochet
Hdc - Half Double Crochet
Sk - Skip
Sl St - Slip Stitch
Sp - Space
trcl - treble cluster (4trtog)
YO - yarn over



Standing stitch: YO once more than usual (one YO for sc, two YO for dc), insert hook into st/sp, YO pull up loop, and continue stitch as usual.  

Treble Cluster: *YO twice, insert hook in sp, YO and pull up loop, YO and pull through two loops twice. (two loops remain on hook) Rep from * 3 times, all in same sp, YO and pull through 8 loops on hook

Standing Treble Cluster: YO three times, insert hook in sp, YO and pull up loop, YO and pull through two loops twice. (two loops remain on hook), *YO twice, insert hook in sp, YO and pull up loop, YO and pull through two loops twice. (two loops remain on hook) Rep from * 2 times, all in same sp, YO and pull through 8 loops on hook

Thank you for reading,

and Happy Crocheting!








Monday, February 11, 2019

Celestial Square - Free Pattern.

A long, long time ago.....
*music starts*

A long time ago, I started a blanket, and even began joining it! Then I decided I wanted it to be just a big bigger, so the joins were undone and the squares packed into a box.



Eventually I got some more yarn, and decided to introduce a new subtle element to the blanket, and the Celestial square was born!

The original square was the Nebula square, and the Celestial square is her companion. I have almost 100 nebula squares, and will be making approximately 30 celestial squares to join into a blanket (it will be a square number!)


The yarn I am using plays a fairly integral part of the design- Papatya Batik #31. Which can be purchased in Australia at Yarnish.

I am not joining as I go (which is why I had to unpick) as they overall layout is colour based. I will have a complete post on the blanket once it is finished, an I have a deadline, so it won't be long!

This pattern is just for the new square, but I will write out a separate post explaining all the steps to make the blanket. The front post stitches create a 'dip' in the sides of the squares, but they flatten out once joined.

This pattern uses US terms and contains fpdc - front post double crochet, an explanation is given at the end.

Celestial Square - the pattern:

Yarn: Paptya Batik #31. 100% acrylic, 8 ply/dk, 360 m
Hook: 5 mm

Make a magic ring - or chain 5 and sl st join.

Round 1: Chain 3 (counts as dc) 2 dc, *3 ch, 3 dc, repeat from *twice more, sl st  into the top of the first dc. (12 dc, 12 ch)

Round 2: Chain 3 (does not count as a stitch) dc into same st (centre dc from round 1) fpdc around next dc; *(2 dc, 3 ch, 2 dc) in corner sp, fpdc into next dc, dc in next st, fpdc in next st, rep from * twice, (2 dc, 3 ch, 2 dc) in corner sp, fpdc around ch 3 from round 1, sl st into top of first dc. (20 dc, 8 fpdc, 12 ch)

Round 3:  Chain 3 (does not count as a stitch) dc into same st (centre dc from round 2) fpdc around next fpdc, 2 dc, *(2 dc, 3 ch, 2 dc) in corner sp, 2 dc, fpdc into next fpdc,  dc in next st, fpdc in next fpdc, 2 dc; rep from * twice, (2 dc, 3 ch, 2 dc) in corner sp, 2 dc, fpdc in next fpdc, sl st into top of first dc. (36 dc, 8 fpdc, 12 ch)


ch - chain
dc - double crochet
fpdc - front post double crochet:
st/s - stich/es
sp- space
yo - yarn over

front post double crochet: yo, insert hook front to back around crochet stitch post, yo and pull through, yo, pull through 2 sts, twice.



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Thursday, January 10, 2019

Solid Granny Square

Back in 2013 I was experimenting with ways to create a solid block of colour.  This afghan block
works between stitches rather than the traditional method of top loops.




A fun way of breaking the rules and seeing what works! Somewhere along the line, the original post got lost, but I have been able to retrieve the pattern. 
A bit of an experimental block, that has worked! 


Excerpt from the original post:

'Simple solid square, written in US terms. What makes this pattern different is that instead of crocheting under the top loop, you crochet between each dc of previous row. I was able to get 18 squares from 1 x ball of 100 g 8 ply/dk weight yarn using a 4 mm hook.



Make a magic square.

Start with a magic ring.
1st round: 3 ch, 2 dc, 3 ch, 3 dc, 3 ch, 3 dc, 3 ch, 3 dc, and slip stitch into third chain from start, 
and slip stitch  between the 3 ch and first dc.

2nd round: 3 ch, *dc between each dc of previous row until you reach the corner, 
(2 dc, 2 ch, 2 dc) into cr-sp, repeat from * (you should have 6 dc on each side) 
sl st into third chain from start, slip stitch between the 3 ch and first dc.

3rd round: 3 ch, *dc between each dc of previous row until you reach the corner, 
(2 dc, 2 ch, 2 dc) into cr-sp, repeat from * 
(you should have 9 dc on each side) slip stitch into third chain from start, slip stitch between the 3 ch 
and first dc.





ch - chain
dc- double crochet
sl st - slip stitch
cr-sp - corner space

st dc.
s
 and then I'll show you how I'm joining them.

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Tuesday, January 8, 2019

New Year Resolutions

I really enjoy the time spent reflecting around the new year. I wasn't sure I was going to set any goals or resolutions this year, but it seems I just needed a little more time.

I have a professional goal; which for the time being, is going to be kept secret. I have a personal crochet goal that this year I will be more charitable. Making things to be donated, or donating yarn.

I have come across a program that is after 8 inch squares in cotton, for Australian farmers.
You can find the original post on instagram:


I happen to have a pattern to make 8 inch squares back from 2016. Big Circle Grannies. It needed a couple of tweaks, but perfect for this appeal. You can find the pattern here



Have you got any regular charities you crochet for, or do you like to be spontaneous?

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Berrilee Square - Granny Square Competition - win 100 balls of yarn!

I would like to formally introduce you to the Berrilee Square


I made it specifically for the All Crochet Patterns.net Granny Square Competition. Voting is now open, and I would love for you to vote for your top 10, and hopefully mine will be included!



You will need an email address to vote and confirm vote. Voting ends at Midnight on April 22nd (UTC+1) You are also entered in to win voters prize of 100 balls of yarn! 

The pattern is not yet available, but will be released. I named it Berrilee after a suburb in North Western Sydney, that is on the banks of Berowra Creek and the Hawkesbury River. It also sounds similar to Jubilee, which seemed appropriately joyous. 


Thanks, and good luck! 

Thursday, September 8, 2016

Big Circle Grannies - revised.



I needed to donate some 8" squares, and came up with this pattern. Originally published in 2016 - and revised in Jan 2019. Written in US terms. Abbreviations at end of pattern.

You will need a 4 mm hook, stitch marker, and dk/ 8 ply oddments.

Each round joins a new colour. Rotate your starting point to create a less noticeable seam.

Make a magic ring, or ch 4, and sl st to create a ring.

Round 1: Ch 4 (1 dc and a chain) * 1 dc, 1 ch, repeat (from *) 11 times, sl st into 3rd chain from beginning, fasten off. {12 dc and 12 ch}

Round 2: Ch 3 and 1 dc into any chain space, (ch 1, 2 dc) into next chain space and each ch sp around, 1 ch, sl st into 3rd chain from beginning, fasten off. {24 dc 12 ch}

Round 3: Ch 3 and 2 dc into any chain space, (ch 1, 3 dc) into next ch sp and each chain space around, 1 ch, sl st into 3rd chain from beginning, fasten off. {36 dc, 12 ch}





Round 4: (3 ch, 3 dc), in any ch sp, (1 ch, 4 dc) in next chain space, and each ch sp around, 1 ch, sl st into 3rd chain from beginning. {48 dc, 12 ch}

Round 5: (3 ch, 1 dc, 1 ch, 2 dc) in any ch sp, (2 ch, 2 dc, 1 ch, 2 dc) into next ch sp, and each ch sp around, 2 dc, sl st into 3rd chain from beginning. {48 dc, 24 ch}

Round 6: (3ch, 3dc) in any ch-2 sp, (1 ch, 1 dc) into next ch-1 sp, * (1 ch, 4 dc) in ch-2 sp, (1 ch, 1 dc) in ch-1 sp, rep from * around, 1 ch,  sl st into 3rd chain from beginning. {60 dc, 24 ch}

Round 7: Mark any space to the right  of the single dc, (4 ch, 1 tr) in marked sp, (5 ch, 2 tr)in next ch-1 sp, *[(3 ch, 2 dc) into next space, (2 dc) into next space] twice; (3 ch, 2 tr) in next ch sp, (5 ch, 2 tr) in next sp; rep from * 3 times, 3 ch, sl st into 3rd ch from beginning. {32 dc, 12 tr, 56 ch}





Round 8: (3 ch and 2 dc, 3 ch, 3 dc) in any corner sp, *(1 ch, 4 dc) into next sp, [(3 ch, 4 dc) into next space] twice, (1 ch, 3 dc, 3 ch, 3 dc) in next space, repeat from * two times; (1 ch, 4 dc) into next sp, [(3 ch, 4 dc) into next space] twice, 1 ch, sl st to 3rd chain from beg.{72 dc, 33 ch}


Round 9: (3ch and 2dc, 3ch, 3dc) in any corner sp, *(1 ch, 2 dc) into next sp, [(2 ch, 5 dc) into next sp] twice, 2 ch, 2 dc into next sp; (1 ch, 3 dc 3 ch 3 dc) into next space, repeat from * two times, *(1 ch, 2 dc) into next sp, [(2 ch, 5 dc) into next sp] twice, 2 ch, 2 dc into next sp, 1 ch, sl st to 3rd ch from beg. { dc,  ch}






Abbreviations used
ch - chain
dc - double crochet
tr - treble crochet
sp - space
sl st - slip stitch
st/s - stitch/es
beg - beginning
rep - repeat
( ) indicate stitches to be worked in same st/sp
[ ] indicate section to be repeated. 

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