A Little amount of fingering weight yarn. (mint, yellow, pink and blue for each motif)
2.25 mm crochet hook.
Note: You can use any yarn weight and a crochet hook to go with the yarn you select.
ch = chain
dc = double crochet
sl st = slip stitch
ch-()sp = chain-(number of chains) spaces
Small Crochet Motif Pattern
ch 8, sl st to first ch from hook. (Made a ring)
Row 1: ch 3, 4 dc into the ring, ch 5, [5 dc, ch 5 into the ring] 3 times and sl st to ch 3 top.
ch 3, turn the work.
Row 2: dc in ch-5 space, [ch 6, 2 dc in same space] 3 times, [2 dc, ch 6, 2 dc, ch 6, 2 dc, ch 6, 2 dc in next ch-5 space] repeat 3 times and sl st to ch 3 top, fasten off.
These small motifs can join together corner to corner and side to side. In row 2 you can see obviously that there are three ch-6 spaces in each corner. By using these ch-6 spaces you can join motif together.
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Includes 48 motifs and four projects. The motifs are squares and hexagons that can be tiled together to make a fabric. The designer also included half motifs which are used to fill in the spaces and add shape. The motifs can be stitched together to create all kinds of projects from a coaster or washcloth to a wrap or afghan. As an extra bonus, we have included symbol crochet for each motif and project. The four projects include a scarf, hat, cowl and a blanket. Page Count: 64
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