- Competence level Easy
- Wire Medium # 4 (2-3 colors)
- To hang up 5mm / US 8-H
- Gauge Place des Marguerites = 3.25 “x 3.25”
- Notions Tapestry needle
Create a magic circle: chain 3 (act as the first single crochet), 11 times a single crochet in the ring is equivalent to 12 single crochet in total. Tighten and fold back.
Tie the yarn in any string space on the ring. Chain 1 and pull the loop 1/2 “. Make a yarn over. Insert the hook into the same chain space where the yarn was attached, yarn over and pull a loop at 1/2”. Wire on. Insert the hook into the gap in the chain, yarn over and pull a loop at 1/2 “. Thread on. Insert the hook into the gap in the chain, yarn over and pull a loop at 1/2” . Yarn over and pull through the 7 loops on the hook. Petal point do. Chain 1. Repeat this stitch all around, 12 petal points in total. When you come back to the start of the round, insert your hook into the top of the first petal stitch, yarn over and pull through the two loops on the hook. Attach.
Tie the yarn to any space on chain 1 in the previous row. Chain 3. (Acts as the first triple hook)
triple hookt two more times in the same string 1 space. (This is half of a corner. You will do the other half at the end, after going around the outside.) Chain 1.
Make three double crochet stitches in the next chain 1 space. Chain 1. Three double crochet stitches in the next space of chain 1. Chain 1. Make three triple crochet stitches in the next space of chain 1, chain 2 and make three more triple crochet stitches in the same space. Coin done. Channel 1.
Repeat the steps in the above box twice.
Three double crochet stitches in the next chain 1 space. Channel 1.
Three double crochet stitches in the next chain 1 space. Chain 1. Return to the first half-wedge made. Make three triple hook stitches in the same chain 1 space. Channel 2 and connect to the first 3 triple hook stitches made. Attach.
Weave the ends with a tapestry needle.
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