Buds Crochet Stitch


Buds Crochet Stitch

Buds Crochet Stitch
Buds Crochet Stitch

"It is possible to work a hat, a tube scarf or decorate a jumper sleeves / coat / cardigan in this way. At the beginning you need to work the number of chain multiple of 7. In each of the following rapport there will be a little more elements. So when you finish the pattern, reduce the number of elements to 7. For example, you worked 15 rows of the pattern and the next, the 16th row, = row 3. But to reduce the number of stitches to 7, we work such rapport: 6 FPdc one to one, 2 FPdc tog, and we do not work chains at all. Thus, by the 17th row we will again have the number of stitches a multiple of 7."


Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet GaugeAny you want

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This designer is one of the most talented Ive come across, and I love adding her projects to my pattern collection. She is not a native English speaker, so she relies completely on using international symbol charts as well as instructional videos. Ive always preferred videos (at least for something completely unfamiliar), but since learning to read charts, they are fast becoming my favorite method!

There is a picture diagram provided so help you break down the written instructions if you need that sort of thing. I d not usually need a diagram, but for this pattern I find it is very helpful! I think if you add a bit of surface crochet on there with a contrasting color it would add even more drama. What do you think about this? Would you leave the pattern as is or add the surface crochet or embroidery to it?


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